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He said India would get billions of dollars for meeting its commitment under the Paris agreement and it - along with China - would double its coal-fired power plants in the years to come, gaining a financial advantage over the US. The deal would have required the U.S.to reduce polluting emissions by more than a quarter below 2005 levels by 2025, potentially limiting the growth of high-emissions industries like oil and gas production.
  • Trump Asks Supreme Court to Reinstate Travel Ban

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    In a lengthy appeal filed Thursday evening, Justice Department lawyers asked the high court for an emergency order that revives the travel ban, and they urged the justices to review and reverse last week's ruling by the USA 4th Circuit Court of Appeals, which declared it unconstitutional.
  • USA quits Paris climate pact

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    In a TV address broadcast both in French and English, Macron said he respected Trump's decision , "but I do think it is an actual mistake both for the USA and for our planet". He had defended his decision to serve the president, despite criticism. I want to reassure you that today's developments will have no impact on Apple's efforts to protect the environment .
  • EU, China back climate pact after Trump pullout

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    House Speaker Paul Ryan said the Paris deal was "simply a raw deal" for America. Other world leaders from France, Germany, and Italy also released a statement urging the president to revisit his stance. He said he was "disappointed" with the decision from Trump. It's unclear when discussions between the three governors began, but they announced their new pact within an hour of Trump's announcement.
  • President's Son-in-law Scrutinized in Russian Meddling Investigation

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    On Thursday, U.S. news outlets reported that Kushner is being investigated by the Federal Bureau of Investigation in its probe of possible collusion between the Trump campaign and Russian Federation. He said he leaned toward "naivete" as an explanation, though he did not find it comforting. "If not, then there's no way he can maintain that kind of a clearance", Schiff said.
  • Jason Dufner, David Lingmerth share Memorial lead

    Jason Dufner, David Lingmerth share Memorial lead

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    Lingmerth, who won the 2015 Memorial, carded eight birdies, an eagle, and three bogeys en route to a 7-under 65. Dufner answered with a stellar afternoon that saw him hit the first 17 greens in regulation on the way to six birdies and an eagle before his only bogey of the day at 18 dropped him into a tie for first.
  • Sheriff: Explosion at Wisconsin plant kills at least 1

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    Authorities in Wisconsin say more than a dozen people were injured and at least one person was killed in an explosion in Cambria. Eleven people suffered injuries and were transported by helicopter or ambulance to hospitals, the press release said, while two escaped unharmed and two remained missing.
  • White House to stop taking questions related to Russian Federation probe

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    Mr. Trump's aides, especially his White House counsel, Donald F. McGahn II, have long implored the president to cut down on his tweeting, especially about the Russian Federation investigations. Multiple reports have said Kushner's interactions are a matter of interest in the ongoing FBI probe into interactions between Russian Federation and the Trump campaign - part of a snowballing set of investigations examining finances, possible concealment of information and alleged election ...
  • Justin Trudeau calls Donald Trump to say climate decision a 'disappointment'

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    The Sierra Club, an environmental advocacy group, said Thursday that Trump's decision amounts to the president "turning his back on the public in every single USA state". Johnson told Sky News that Britain still wants the U.S.to take the lead in fighting climate change and called on individual USA states to keep making progress on that front.
  • Man charged with killing 7 in South Carolina heads to court

    Man charged with killing 7 in South Carolina heads to court

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    In a plea deal reached with prosecutors, Kohlhepp would avoid the death penalty and instead receive seven consecutive life sentences, plus 30 years for the sexual assault charge and 30 years for kidnapping. Authorities sat Kohlhepp also killed a couple he hired to do work on his property in 2015 and four workers at a motorcycle shop in 2003. On her right was her son, Scott Ponder Jr., who never met his father.
  • DNC: Ivanka should cut ties with China company

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    The men were working with a USA nonprofit to publish a report next month alleging low pay, excessive overtime and possible misuse of student labor, according to China Labor Watch executive director Li Qiang , who lost contact with the investigators over the weekend.
  • Georgia Peach Crop Faces Nearly 80 Percent Loss This Year

    Georgia Peach Crop Faces Nearly 80 Percent Loss This Year

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    They require 850 hours of temperatures below 45 degrees between October and February, and, this past winter, they didn't get it. "Everybody was scared for a while because a lot of people in South Georgia got hurt on their peaches, but we were fortunate enough to where our apple crop and our peach crop looks good right now", Reece said.