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Mr Trump said Mr Tillerson had completed a successful meeting with Mr Putin, where "things went pretty well". "The world's two foremost nuclear powers can not have this type of relationship", Mr Tillerson warned. Tillerson was greeted frostily in the Russian capital as Lavrov began their meeting Wednesday by demanding to know America's 'real intentions'. "Russian Federation now has a lot to prove", US Ambassador Nikki Haley said.
  • Alabama Governor Kay Ivey goes right to work on first day

    Alabama Governor Kay Ivey goes right to work on first day

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    The charge stemmed from Bentley's use of campaign funds a year ago to pay almost $9,000 in legal bills for his then-political adviser Rebekah Mason. Rebekah Mason claps during then-Gov. He was charged with misuse of campaign funds and failure to file campaign financial reports on a timely basis. It accused Bentley of ordering law enforcement officers to track down recordings that suggested he had had an affair with Mason and accused him of retaliating against an official who discovered the ...
  • Jason Dufner's 65 gives him one stroke lead going into final round

    Jason Dufner's 65 gives him one stroke lead going into final round

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    DeLaet, seeking his first PGA Tour victory after three second-place finishes and three thirds, vaulted up the leaderboard with a red-hot run around the turn. He then played the back nine in four-under 31. The 39-year-old Kerr broke the tournament record at 20-under 268, a day after shooting 62 at Ko Olina to match the event mark.
  • Pres. Trump takes 16th trip to golf club since taking office

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    Trump said Syrian president Bashar Assad was behind the attack. Russian and Iranian forces said the United States crossed a "red line" with the surprise attack against Assad. He said: 'You know what - and I love golf - but if I were in the White House, I don't think I'd ever see Turnberry [in Scotland] again. "Yes, I'll be here for Easter", he said at Trump International Golf Course in West Palm Beach, Fla ., according to The Palm Beach Daily News.
  • USA strike on North Korea could result in all-out war: Scholar

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    If they are unable to do so, the US, with its allies, will! IMMIGRATION Trump's administration has focused on one group of illegal immigrants more than others: women with children, according to eight Department of Homeland Security officials interviewed by Reuters about agency planning that has not been previously reported.
  • Trump bashes tax protesters who want him to release his returns

    Trump bashes tax protesters who want him to release his returns

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    A day after the massive January 21 women's march in Washington and other cities, comedy writer Frank Lesser tapped out on Twitter , "Trump claims no one cares about his taxes". During his campaign and after the election victory, the Trump camp repeatedly refused to release Trump's tax returns, saying Trump's tax returns were under audit.
  • No political solution in Syria with Assad in power: United States envoy

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    Mr Johnson will tell his counterparts that Assad has no future in Syria, Russia must stop supporting the regime and a plan to rebuild the country must be drawn up. But there have been repeated allegations of chemical weapons use since. The goal of the attack was to send a message to Syrian President Bashar Assad and its ally Russian Federation that the USA wouldn't tolerate the use of chemical weapons, he continued.
  • N Korea 'attempts to launch missile but fails': USPACOM

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    A fresh North Korean missile test failed when it exploded after launch Sunday, the United States military said , a day after Pyongyang defiantly showcased its ballistic arsenal at a giant military parade. "We look for them to do more", he said. White House officials said that THAAD would of course be discussed in Seoul when Pence meets Hwang Kyo-ahn, the acting president until May 9.
  • Pro-Trump, anti-Trump protesters clash in Berkeley, California

    Pro-Trump, anti-Trump protesters clash in Berkeley, California

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    Berkeley police say they've known about the rally and counter demonstration for some time . Civic Center Park, where roughly 100 to 150 people on each side were separated by a makeshift orange barrier. Thousands of protesters gathered Saturday in cities across the United States to pressure Trump to release his tax returns, a move of transparency he has refused to make.
  • Pro-Trump, anti-Trump protesters collide in Berkeley; 13 arrested

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    In confusion, anti-Trump protesters fled as supporters of the president charged after them, attacking stragglers. Berkeley police did not return phone calls Sunday, but the Sheriff's office confirmed the arrest log. Pushing her walker, Karin Arlin, 85, a Holocaust survivor who came to the USA from Germany when she was 9, said she's also anxious about the direction of the country.
  • NEW SUPREME COURT JUSTICE - Senate Confirms Judge Neil Gorsuch To Supreme Court

    NEW SUPREME COURT JUSTICE - Senate Confirms Judge Neil Gorsuch To Supreme Court

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    While Both Republicans and Democrats mourn a loss of collegiality, both sides - except for a few Democrats - voted along party lines to support their parties' escalation tactics. "Judge Gorsuch is mainstream and he's not going to legislate from the bench". President Donald Trump nominated Gorsuch in late January, roughly a week and a half into his term.
  • Senate approves Trump's conservative Supreme Court pick

    Senate approves Trump's conservative Supreme Court pick

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    Still, Democrats were aghast. In part Democrats opposed the nomination because Senate Republicans blocked former president Barack Obama's nominee Merrick Garland past year. Gorsuch, President Donald Trump's pick to replace conservative anchor of the Court, Justice Antonin Scalia, was confirmed by a vote of 54-45, with Democrats Heidi Heitkamp (D-ND), Joe Manchin (D-WV), and Sen.