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Marijuana Legalization 2017: Canada's Justin Trudeau Introduces Bill To Legalize Recreational Pot

If passed, the Cannabis Act would establish a legal framework for controlling the production, distribution , sale and possession of cannabis in Canada. "We don't really have a way of monitoring or at least of detecting people who are driving on the roads who may be impaired by marijuana", said Gordon Wyant, justice minister of the Canadian province Saskatchewan. Read More »

North Korean missile test fails, South Korea says


North Korea launched a missile early on Sunday in defiance of American threats, but it reportedly blew up on take off, arch rival South Korea says . South Korean and United States intelligence officials were trying to determine what type of missile was used. "It can be official or unofficial, through one channel or dual channels, bilateral or multilateral", he said. Read More »

Christians urged to reflect on the way of Jesus Christ


The word, EASTER embodies many pre-Christian traditions, yet scholars accept the derivation proposed by the 8th century English Scholar, St. Bede. "I will be talking about the resurrection of Christ ", said Father Swarup Bar. The day is a symbol of hope and eternal life for those who celebrate the holiday. Our coming together is to rejoice and celebrate the new life of Easter , and believe and act like we are saved. Read More »

Turkish Referendum Could Result In 'De Facto Dictatorship'


Erdogan and his supporters say the changes are needed to amend the current constitution, written by generals following a 1980 military coup, confront the security and political challenges Turkey faces, and avoid the fragile coalition governments of the past. Read More »

Tim Anderson dons vintage wardrobe on Jackie Robinson Day

Robinson's now iconic No. 42 is retired around baseball, featured on signs in every park around the majors, including Nationals Park, where it's on the facade below the second deck in right field, and since 2009, all major league players have worn his number on April 15th. Read More »

Bashar Assad Tells AFP That Chemical Attack Was Western 'Fabrication'

Assad said the incident could not be taken seriously because the source of the information, he claimed, was al-Qaeda's former affiliate in Syria, Nusra Front. Though it has not yet been confirmed who is responsible for the attack, the main suspect is the Syrian government, which has repeatedly denied the accusation. Read More »

Russia Blocks The UN From Investigating Syrian Chemical Attack


But Trump did not seem to change in his assessment of Russian President Vladimir Putin , who Trump has spoken of admiringly in the past. On his first visit to Moscow as Presdient Donald Trump's secretary of State, Tillerson said the two countries are unified on issues like stabilizing Syria and tackling global terrorism. Read More »

US, Russia agree on Syria probe

Earlier Wednesday, Putin said that U.S. -Russia relations have gotten worse during Donald Trump's presidency. On April 4, a reported toxic gas attack hit the rebel-held town of Khan Sheikhoun in Syria's Idlib, killing over 80 people and wounding scores of others. Read More »

Nikki Haley: No solution to war with Assad in power

The missile strike shows that the "the most unpredictable" country, and Russian Federation "will ask questions" of Tillerson when he visits Moscow , Zakharova told state television. He also once again offered Britain's support to the United States for its decision on Friday to fire 59 Tomahawk cruise missiles at the airfield located near Homs in central Syria. Read More »

Trump comments worry Bannon's populist base


Is it North Korea? But Page is now known to be the focus of a federal investigation of Trump's campaign ties to Russian Federation. In the interview , Trump downplayed Bannon's role in his campaign, claiming that his chief strategist was not involved "until very late". Read More »

Samsung unveils Galaxy S8 and S8+, launches VR content service

Numerous revelations about the phones matched what I had predicted , but there were also some pleasant new revelations. The face recognition feature is a sigh of relief for those who find it a tad hard to use the fingerprint sensor located awkwardly at the back of the Galaxy S8. Read More »

Giraffe gives birth in front of 1.2 million online audience

April seemed calm as she strolled around her pen, then occasionally stopped to lick and check on the two little legs dangling from her behind. Fans who tuned into the live stream watched as April paced back and forth in her enclosure while her mate, Oliver, watched from his space next door. Read More »

Baltimore police overhaul is approved over Trump objections


At the time Baltimore's agreement was inked, the Justice Department was enforcing 15 such consent decrees . Prudence Johnson urged the judge to sign the court-enforceable agreement, known as a consent decree. He says those concerns "are not limited to Baltimore". Earlier this week, Sessions ordered a review of all consent decrees between police departments and the Justice Department. Read More »

N.Korea shows off 'ICBM' during massive parade

The news of the launch come on the next day after a massive military parade was held in Pyongyang to mark the 105th birthday of late former leader Kim Il-sung, at which North Korea reportedly demonstrated what seemed to be a new intercontinental ballistic missile. Read More »

Russian Federation blocks United Nations resolution on Syria attack

Tillerson is considering the request, he said , "and we expect that Washington will have a constructive reaction". "To my colleagues from Russian Federation, you are isolating yourselves from the global community every time one of Assad's planes drop another barrel bomb on civilians and every time Assad tries to starve another community to death", she said. Read More »

Republican Ron Estes wins tight special election for US House seat

The district narrowly favored Trump in 2016, with the president edging out opponent Hillary Clinton there by 1.5%, according to the New York Times . I want to do it first to really do it right. National Republicans showed some concern in the closing days of the race, however. In the end, Estes prevailed with 53 percent to Thompson's 45 percent. Read More »

Polls open in Turkey's historic referendum on reforms


The military has contributed to Turkey's democratic deficit. Turkey is heading to a con. People in Turkey have started casting their ballots in a controversial constitutional referendum that could place sweeping new powers in the hands of President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, with opponents fearing a possible authoritarian rule. Read More »

Demonstrators in Chicago demand Trump release tax returns

Many of those present at the marches also raised the prospect that the President could enjoy far lower tax rates than most ordinary taxpayers. If the president released his tax returns, would that satisfy? In Berkeley, California violent clashes erupted between Trump supporters and opponents . Read More »

Dufner eagles twice to lead RBC Heritage


Cauley recorded four birdies on the front nine and four more on the back without a bogey en route to an opening round eight-under par on Thursday. I was really happy how I played on the back nine. "I've had to work on clearing everything out of my mind to go play good golf". Poulter tried to set up, but the gator would not relent until the caddie of playing partner Simpson charged the reptile. Read More »

Top US diplomat Haley says no Syria peace with Assad


The Observatory said the Saturday strikes may have been carried out by Russian warplanes, which began backing Syrian military operations a year ago. Russian Federation and Iran renewed their support for the Syrian government in a flurry of calls on Sunday, saying last week's USA missile strike violated Syrian sovereignty but failed to boost the morale of "terror groups" in Syria. Read More »

Trump declares US-Russia relations may be at "all-time low"


U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations, Nikki Haley , called on Moscow to stop protecting Assad and said the United States wants to work with Russian Federation toward a political solution for Syria. Interestingly enough, in the same press conference where Trump said relations were poor, NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg addressed the comparison. Read More »

Protesters in Texas seek release of Trump tax returns

Activists in West Palm Beach, Fla., rallied near Trump's Mar-A-Lago resort, where he plans to spend the Easter weekend. The rally follows a March 4 confrontation planned by several of the same groups that left several people injured and led to arrests. Read More »

Advocacy Group Sues for Trump's Tax Returns

The leading Democrat on the Senate Finance Committee, Senator Ron Wyden, said at the DC rally in comments carried by USA Today: "My message for the president is short enough to tweet. Organizers say marches are taking place in about 150 cities. The Manhattan demonstration was slated to last all day and included a march to Trump International Hotel and Tower. Read More »

Cespedes hits 3 HRs, Harvey leaves with cramp in Mets win


Yoenis became the 13th Mets player to hit three home runs in one game. Bruce's solo shot to right in the fourth gave NY a homer in six straight games. Odubel Herrera, Howie Kendrick, Andrew Knapp and even relief pitcher Adam Morgan chipped in hits as well for the Phils. Reyes is now 1-for-27 to start the season with eight strikeouts and just two runs. Read More »

Campaigning for Turkey referendum hits final stretch


The referendum vote also takes place during a strict state of emergency put in place after last July's failed coup. A poll by the Konda group showed "Yes" ahead at 51.5 percent but the Sonar group has projected a "No" vote of 51.2 percent, and with other polling companies producing different figures the outcome remains uncertain. Read More »

Russia-US Relations Have 'Worsened' Under Donald Trump: Vladimir Putin

Also, Russian President Vladimir Putin and Iran's Hassan Rouhani said in a phone call that aggressive US actions against Syria were not permissible and violated worldwide law. Russia's deputy United Nations ambassador Vladimir Safronkov, who demanded Mr Rycroft look at him while he was speaking, responded: "I can not accept that you insult Russian Federation". Read More »

April the Giraffe gives birth


BST: The new live stream is up and running. Check out April and her babyhere. A logo on the feed quickly changed from ToysRUs to BabiesRUs following the birth. The baby will emerge legs first, followed by its head and the rest of its body. For some people, it wasn't a worth watching news. Both mama and baby are healthy, Patch added. Read More »

North Korea rolls out missiles, other weaponry at late founder's birthday parade


At one point, the soldiers directed a chant toward him. The display, which celebrated the 105th anniversary of the birth of his late grandfather Kim Il Sung, saw the regime intensify its rhetoric against the US. Concern has grown since the US Navy fired 59 Tomahawk missiles at a Syrian airfield last week in response to a deadly gas attack, raising questions about US President Donald Trump's plans for North Korea, which has conducted missile and nuclear tests in defiance of United Nations ... Read More »

Protesters in Syracuse, around country demand that Trump release tax returns

There is no law requiring presidents to release their tax returns, but Mr Trump has found himself under public pressure and some information from a 2005 tax return was leaked to the media last month. Presidents are not required to release their tax returns. The protests, which included a march on Mar-a-Lago - Trump's private Florida resort where he is spending the weekend - also featured prominent USA leaders, including Rep. Read More »