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Trump signs order directing National Guard to the US-Mexico border


Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen said Wednesday that DHS and the Pentagon will be working closely with governors in the affected states . The statement , signed by Bishop Mark J. Seitz of El Paso and co-chairs of the committee, Lily Limon and Dylan Corbett, also said the action was "a hurtful attack on migrants, our welcoming border culture and our shared values as Americans". Read More »

Xiaomi's Black Shark gaming phone shown off in new sketch


Redmi Note 5 is a dual sim phone and runs on Android Nougat operating system . "It will enable us to gauge response for new product categories among consumers and determine a roadmap for such products", Xiaomi India Head Online Sales Raghu Reddy told PTI. Read More »

Kelly told Trump that EPA chief Pruitt should leave


According to the Atlantic , the White House personnel office vetoed the raises, but they were granted anyway under authority from the Safe Drinking Water Act - a move that also allowed an EPA staffer to skirt limits on former lobbyists. Chmielewski and Allen declined to comment . Dravis' resignation is the primary publicly reported departure amid congressional questions on Pruitt's rental settlement and costly journey for the administrator and his workers. Read More »

China says will fight back "at any cost" against USA trade tariffs


The clash reflects the tension between Mr Trump's promises to narrow a USA trade deficit with China that stood at $US375.2 billion ($487.9 billion) previous year and the ruling Communist Party's development ambitions. That prompted Chinese tourism to the country to nearly halve within a matter of months, hurting South Korea's hotels, duty-free stores and other travel-related businesses. Read More »

China tariffs: Losers outnumber winners in this trade war


What's so special about cranberries and whiskey? China wasted no time in firing back with 25-percent tariffs on imports of 106 USA products, including soybeans, automobiles, chemicals, and aircraft. That could raise borrowing costs for the US, but other economists have cautioned that it would also increase the value of the yuan, making Chinese exports less competitive. Read More »

Facebook says it will update privacy controls


Deleting sent messages doesn't appear in Facebook's terms of service . Cambridge Analytica has been accused of harvesting personal information of millions of Facebook users illegally to influence polls in several countries. And people using our secret message feature in the encrypted version of Messenger have the ability to set a timer - and have their messages automatically deleted. Read More »

Former South Korean President Park Found Guilty of Abusing Power


The court judged Park had also pressured three officials in the ministry who did not cooperate on blacklisting artists to step down. Government lawyers had demanded a 30-year prison term. 1998: After years of avoiding the public eye, Park enters politics and wins a parliamentary seat amid public nostalgia for her father as the country struggled with a financial crisis. Read More »

Zuma addresses his supporters after court date


The spy tapes were recordings of phone conversations that apparently showed political interference in the decision to charge Zuma 13 years ago. Zuma looked tense during the court appearance, but turned to greet supporters inside court, who packed the public gallery. Read More »

Trump wants 2000 to 4000 National Guard members at border with Mexico


Federal law bars the use of military for civil law enforcement, including immigration law. According to federal law, the president does have the option of placing the troops under federal control, Cohen said, but only in situations where the nation is invaded or in danger of invasion, there is fear of rebellion or when regular forces are unable to enforce the law. Read More »

Supreme Court refuses to stay on its verdict on SC/ST Act


Dalits can not live in the country as a second-class citizen. "We expect to get it by tomorrow", said Murugan. He wanted the assembly to pass a unanimous resolution against the order. "They are being misled by some vested interests so that does not concern us", the bench said. Modi government's commitment to fulfilling Babasaheb Ambedkar's vision is unwavering, he said. Read More »

#TrumpTV: Sinclair Broadcasting 'an Unofficial Propaganda Outlet' For Trump


This was made clear by a memo warning staff at the Sinclair-owned station KATU in Portland, Oregon that "giving statements to the media or sharing negative information about the company can have huge implications". Democrat Adam Schiff, the ranking member of the House Intelligence Committee, said Monday that the requirement is "moving America one step closer to its own version of state-run media". Read More »

Thousands of primary school teachers still underpaid


A new Plympton-Wyoming Public School will also open in September, merging two schools from the area. The U.S. should pay its teachers more - and give the best ones incentives to show how much they're worth. The program funds schools, and also wields a controversial formula that calculates the minimum that school districts and towns have spend on their schools. Read More »

Trump Wants to Send up to 4000 Troops to Border


Trump's surprise move came a day after Beijing announced plans to tax $50 billion in American products, including soybeans and small aircraft, in response to a US move earlier this week to slap tariffs on $50 billion in Chinese imports. Read More »

Villanova Dominates Michigan To Win National Title


Wright had chased Reddish hard, even though the five-star prospect didn't necessarily fit the typical bill of the Villanova program. "He's all about us", Booth said. "We had a couple of really good looks during that time , " Beilein said. "They wouldn't let us run any of our stuff", Beilein said. About a minute into the second half, Paschall drained a 3 for Villanova's 14th of the game, breaking a Final Four record first set by UNLV in 1987. Read More »

US, China face a face-saving problem


Cyclical sectors including basic resources, autos and banks, hit particularly hard over the past two sessions in Europe, led gains. China quickly hit back with plans to impose tariffs on more than 100 American products with a combined trading value of over $50 billion. Read More »

Sheryl Sandberg sticks to script ahead of Zuckerberg's testimony before Congress

Previously, it had been thought that 50 million users were ensnared in the data misappropriation scandal, which has presented Facebook with the biggest crisis in its 14-year history. It added that 70 million of those affected were from the United States . KELLY: This is things like, when I want to order dinner from some online company, and they say, do you want to open an account with us, or do you want to just login through Facebook? Facebook is also set to testify on April 10 in a ... Read More »

Youtube shooter injures three people before killing herself


John Rundell, who lives next door to the family in Menifee, said the parents, son and daughter moved from San Diego about five years ago, but he hadn't seen Nasim Aghdam in months. News accounts from the time said she carried a plastic sword and wore trousers spattered with fake blood. Two others, a 32-year-old woman and a 27-year elderly female, have been also released. Read More »

Israeli airstrike on Gaza Strip border kills Palestinian


Palestinian leaders say Israel fired indiscriminately at peaceful protesters last Friday, and Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas called for global protection for Gaza . United Nations deputy political affairs chief Taye-Brook Zerihoun, commenting on the violence, has said lethal force should only be used as a last resort. Read More »

Trump wants to send up to 4000 National Guard troops to border


Kate Brown says she won't let National Guard troops from her state be stationed at the Mexican border if President Donald Trump requests them. Bush ordered 6,000 troops to the border in 2006 in Operation Jump Start; they stayed from June 2006 to July 2008. The California National Guard has about 250 people working to stop illegal drugs from getting into the state , including 55 helping along the border . Read More »

Woman held for killing mother who objected to her ex-martial affair


She now says that she's "single and free". It all started when she wanted to volunteer at a library. There, authorities allege Fatima strangled Gabriela to death and them cut her unborn baby out of her womb. Justice Odero said a psychiatric report from Rift Valley Level Five Hospital indicated that the accused was of sound mind and could follow the proceedings of the case against her. Read More »

YouTube shooter visited gun range for practice before attack


When officers found Nasim Aghdam , she was in her vehicle near a strip mall in Mountain View, about 25 miles from YouTube and home to the company's owner, Silicon Valley giant Google . He said police found two magazines at the scene and found no other weapons. They then telephoned her family, speaking to both her father and brother, to let them know that she was safe. Read More »

Here's When Tiger Woods Will Tee Off On Friday

The last one was from tap-in range after another superb pitch, from the left gallery to escape with bogey for a 6-under 66 and a two-shot lead over Matt Kuchar and Tony Finau . "This course will test you", Woods said. "I was very confident in what I was doing". Defending champion Sergio Garcia of Spain tied a dubious mark with a 13 on the par-5 15th hole on Thursday. Read More »

Ramapo ends Rowan's 11 game streak at double header


Mitchell said that she was proud of her team's focus throughout the tournament, as well. Moos is our go-to. Dante Jackson threw five shutout innings, and Dana Hills put up five runs in the fifth inning to pull away from Canyon, 7-2, to win the Ryan Lemmon Tournament's Guy Lemmon Division championship game on Wednesday, April 4 at Ryan Lemmon Stadium in Irvine. Read More »

Female Hastings teacher deregistered after sex with 16-year-old student


Pagel said while the bulk of their staff is using the model effectively, he would like to see the behavior support improve the knowledge-base and intervention materials for staff to use. "Teachers as a whole, across the state, have got to reach out in a kind way". "Some of them are quite bad; teachers would have objects thrown at them - nuts and bolts, cans of coke, coins, some might be pushed". Read More »

More snow, cold weather expected this week


Monday we will have a rather cloudy sky with some rain. We could wind up within striking distance of the record low for April 8, which was 28 degrees in 1990. and 4 p.m., then a slight chance of rain and snow showers after 4 p.m. If the weekend system tracks further north, Rowland said, there's a possibility New Jersey could see snow across the entire state. Read More »

FB asks users if they think it's 'good for the world'

Speaking about the updated number of accounts, he observed: "We didn't put out the 50 million number". Legislators and policy makers are now calling for greater regulation of social media, helping to knock nearly $100 billion off the company's market value. Read More »

Liverpool lash Man City in electric Champions League first leg


And that it worked - or appeared to work, for now - is, in a way, heartening. The tide turned after the break with City enjoying the sort of dominance to which they are accustomed but they could not carve out a decent chance with Silva's uncharacteristic mis-control in the six-yard box indicative of the pressure they were under. Read More »

Featured Stock for Investors: Banco Santander, SA

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Honduras 'unpleasantly' surprised by Trump aid threat


Deportations of foreigners dropped from 176,726 in 2015 to 76,433 in 2017, in part because fewer were believed to have come to Mexico , and more were requesting asylum in Mexico. However, the caravan of migrants also poses a political problem for Mexico's unpopular government in a presidential election year. Mexican Foreign Minister Luis Videgaray tweeted on Sunday that 'Every day Mexico and the United States work together on migration throughout the region.' He blamed the controversy on ... Read More »

Oklahoma teachers hold second day of protests


HB 2985 would provide a 4% COLA for retirees in all six Oklahoma retirement systems. "Somebody was finally standing up for us to be heard, and he ordered the sergeant to escort all teachers out of the gallery", Melton said. She wants the teaching profession to stay appealing and valued "because kids deserve quality teachers". "It was like we were ignored", Madison said. Read More »