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He called his Belmont status "undecided". The 38-year old from Mechanicville has always been labeled a "turf horse trainer", but by winning the 142nd Preakness Stakes, Brown has proven he belongs in the company of Todd Pletcher, Bob Baffert and the like.
  • Trump honors fallen police officers, vows to reduce violence

    Trump honors fallen police officers, vows to reduce violence

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    The bracelets are purchased through the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund , which helps pay for the memorial in Washington, D.C. that honors fallen officers. "When an officer dies in a community it changes that community forever and I think we need to remember that", JPD Chief Mike Yaniero said . We thank them as well.
  • Cloud Computing surprise winner of Preakness

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    Cloud Computing finishes over the top of Classic Empire to win the Preakness Stakes. "Mr. Brown gave (the ride) to me and Mr. (Seth) Klarman", Castellano said referring to one of Cloud Computing's owners who grew up in Baltimore's Mt.
  • The Rock Confirms Presidential Run In 2020 on SNL!

    The Rock Confirms Presidential Run In 2020 on SNL!

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    Johnson was hosting the weekly show for the fifth time when Hanks and Alec Baldwin presented him with a five-timers jacket. Johnson and Hanks then began to explain why they're such a great pair. Although Johnson didn't officially declare that he would run, he notably did not discount the possibility either. The poll found that in a prospective contest against Trump, Johnson would lead 42/37, and win over 15 per cent of people who supported Trump in 2016.
  • Korea Fires Missile in Latest Test, US and S. Korea Say

    Korea Fires Missile in Latest Test, US and S. Korea Say

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    According to the JCS officials, the projectile flew some 500 kilometers, and the South Korean and the US militaries are analyzing its details including the type and its exact trajectory. "The U.S. imperialists are trying hard to attain its goal through military threat and blackmail while brandishing all sorts of strategic and tactical weapons of demonstrative and threatening nature..." If the North ever obtains a solid-fuel ICBM, it would likely be a rocket powered by a cluster of several ...
  • Fanfare And Deals Dominate Trump's First Day In Saudi Arabia

    Fanfare And Deals Dominate Trump's First Day In Saudi Arabia

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    In both videos Trump and his senior aides appear to be dancing in line with Saudi dignitaries with swords in hand as part of an official, if awkward-looking, welcome reception held for the president at the Al Murabba Palace in Riyadh . The king and Trump were overheard discussing natural resources and arms, and the king bemoaned the destruction caused by Syria's civil war. Trump arrived in Riyadh besieged by the fallout from his firing of FBI Director James Comey and more revelations ...
  • Hanford contractor finds radioactive contamination on worker's clothes

    Hanford contractor finds radioactive contamination on worker's clothes

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    Hanford is near Richland, Washington, and for decades made plutonium for nuclear weapons. Earlier Thursday, the governors of Washington and OR urged President Donald Trump, U.S. State Attorney General Bob Ferguson was quoted by the Seattle Times as saying the latest incident only strengthened his resolve to push harder for the DOE to finish cleaning up the sprawling nuclear site, which has been forecast to last until 2060.
  • New sanctions coming for Venezuela officials

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    The agency said the justices were responsible for a number of rulings in the past year that have usurped the authority of Venezuela's democratically-elected legislature, the National Assembly. The sanctions punished the justices by freezing their assets held in USA jurisdictions. The UN high commissioner for human rights, Zeid Ra'ad al-Hussein, was due to meet with Capriles in NY on Friday.
  • Utah Rep. Jason Chaffetz To Leave Office At The End Of June

    Utah Rep. Jason Chaffetz To Leave Office At The End Of June

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    Later that same day, Thursday, Chaffetz' office released a statement that the congressman would leave his cot and office in Washington at the end of June. Prior to his time in office, he worked in communications for more than a decade and served as campaign manager for former Utah Gov. Jon Huntsman, Jr.
  • About Those 18 Undisclosed Meetings The Trump Campaign Had With The Russians

    About Those 18 Undisclosed Meetings The Trump Campaign Had With The Russians

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    Jason Chaffetz, Republican chair of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee, wrote to acting FBI Director Andrew McCabe to request access to Comey's notes in this regard, and was echoed by House Speaker Paul Rya. The rest-an even dozen new contacts including a close associate of Putin-went to other members of Trump's campaign. Other former campaign officials said it was hard to estimate how many staff members have been in contact with federal investigators.
  • No laptop ban for European Union flights heading to the US

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    The latest attack on the ban came in the form of a May 16 letter from the International Air Transport Association to Secretary of Homeland Security John Kelly and Violeta Bulc , the European Commission's Commissioner of Transport. They shared details about aviation security standards and will discuss the topic further next week. The five airports with the largest number of United States weekly flights are: London-Heathrow (761 flights), Paris-Charles de Gaulle (353 flights), Frankfurt ...