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I think there were other candidates on the republican side that could have given her a run for the money. But there was still hope, she added. Clinton criticized Trump in particular for his decision to nominate Mark Green , who she called an "outspoken opponent" of LGBT rights, to replace former Army Secretary Eric Fanning , the first openly gay man to hold the job.
  • Supreme Court Retirement Rumors Arise

    Supreme Court Retirement Rumors Arise

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    He said there are "some very good females on there that would make good Supreme Court justices". Fellow Republican Judiciary Committee member Ted Cruz has also hinted at a summer retirement announcement from the Court . The vote on the "nuclear option" prior to the confirmation of Justice Neil Gorsuch earlier this month, has changed the process for confirming justices.
  • Valenzuela protests call for President to step down, 8 killed so far

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    His government has been accused of using armed civilians to spread violence and fear. An anti-government protesters throws a molotov bomb at security forces in Caracas, Venezuela, Wednesday, April 19, 2017. Elections are not due until 2019, but the opposition said the country was on the verge of collapse. They're committing crimes and violating human rights by stepping on the rights of people.
  • Paris attack could benefit the far-right two days before French election

    Paris attack could benefit the far-right two days before French election

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    The first poll conducted entirely after Thursday's attack suggested Le Pen had gained some ground on Macron. Trump's comments came hours after he tweeted early Friday morning that the attack near Paris' Champs Elysees - which left a French police officer dead and was quickly claimed by the Islamic State - would have a "big effect" on the French election.
  • Battle for Berkeley: Will Ann Coulter spark another clash?

    Battle for Berkeley: Will Ann Coulter spark another clash?

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    The school responded Friday and said they tried to accommodate the 27th for the event, but no longer had any available spaces that were both large enough and protectable by campus police. Those on Coulter's side said she deserves the right to speak freely and share her viewpoints with anyone who wants to listen. In recent months, several conservative speakers have been met with disruptive, sometimes violent protests when invited to speak at U.S.
  • Bernie Sanders returning to Grand Prairie to rally Democrats against Donald Trump

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    Most Kentucky Democrats have tried to distance themselves from the Affordable Care Act, mostly because of its association with former President Barack Obama. Sanders also said that the key to the North Korea issue is China, and said that while he opposed the American airstrikes against Syria, that "Assad has got to go", and "ISIS has got to be defeated".
  • Vigil for Fresno man killed in shooting rampage

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    Police suspect that the man responsible for three shooting. " Sorry, chief ", Dyer reported Muhammad as saying. Kori Ali Muhammad , 39, was supposed to be officially informed about the first-degree murder charge he is accused of in the shooting death of an unarmed security guard, Carl Allen Williams III.
  • San Francisco goes dark amid major power outage

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    However, SFPD notified that Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E) identified that "the fire is due to equipment failure". The SF outage was described by PG&E as several individual outages and started shortly after 9 a.m. The outage is being associated with a fire at an electrical substation in the Tenderloin. The outage halted the city's iconic cable auto operations and stuck 20 elevators with people inside.
  • Retirement for O'Reilly? He'll Have Other Options

    Retirement for O'Reilly? He'll Have Other Options

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    And he wasn't talking about their salary. It seems a string of such claims followed by millions of dollars in payouts weren't enough to get him ousted. That contract also contained provisions allowing Fox News and parent company 21st Century Fox to pull the plug on Mr. O'Reilly should he become ensnared in any controversies, these people said .
  • Democrats roar back on air with new pro-Ossoff blitz

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    If Ossoff had won at least 50%, he would have secured the seat outright. Now, after forcing the front-runner into a June 20 runoff, Republicans are vowing to unite and defeat the Democrats' chosen candidate in two months. Ossoff said on CNN that Trump was misinformed about his positions and that he was focused on issues affecting the region, not Washington. At an Atlanta rally Tuesday night, he said, "We will be ready to fight on and win in June if necessary".
  • Ovechkin leaves, then returns to Game 5 after hit from Kadri

    Ovechkin leaves, then returns to Game 5 after hit from Kadri

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    All five games have been decided by one goal, and now four have required overtime . You can also bet no one sneaked out for a smoke in the boys' room. Oshie restored the two-goal margin 59 seconds later when he broke in alone uncontested to score from the slot. Tyler Bozak scored with 25.8 seconds remaining and Andersen on the bench in favour of an extra attacker.