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Attorney General Jeff Sessions. The Alabama Court of the Judiciary last September suspended Moore for the remainder of his term as chief justice after finding him guilty of ethics violations related to his anti-marriage equality actions. Supreme Court ruling in Obergefell. He twice ran unsuccessfully for governor before being re-elected to the Supreme Court in 2012. Suspended Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore is setting his sights on Washington, D.C.
  • Three children among victims in New York City house fire

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    Firefighters on Sunday, April 23, 2017, worked to extinguish a deadly four-alarm fire in a two-story private building in Queens Village, officials said. "It's a very, very painful day". At least one person, a 46-year-old, survived by jumping out a second-story window, the fire commissioner said at a news conference Sunday afternoon.
  • Tiger Woods introduces first public course

    Tiger Woods introduces first public course

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    Little kid, maybe 10, just challenged Tiger to a competition at Big Cedar Lodge . As a designer, Woods has completed two courses: Bluejack National near Houston, Texas and Diamante's El Cardonal in Mexico. The road to recovery for Tiger Woods - if one exists at all - is a rather long one indeed. The announcement was less about Woods' health and future, though, than the newest course design for his company, TGR Design .
  • UnitedHealth Group Incorporated Earnings Ahead: Quick Glance

    UnitedHealth Group Incorporated Earnings Ahead: Quick Glance

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    The dominant statistics will authorize the investment community to govern the size of UnitedHealth Group Incorporated compared to the sales or total assets figures. UnitedHealth is right for investors who are looking for a blue-chip healthcare stock that is poised to outperform its peers in the next 12 to 18 months.
  • Warren Reacts Awkwardly When Pressed on Potential 2020 White House Run

    Warren Reacts Awkwardly When Pressed on Potential 2020 White House Run

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    She wasn't in her home state, but U.S. Sen. Warren said on Tuesday that she has no plans to challenge Trump for the White House in 2020. Book tours are an exceedingly popular way to begin presidential campaigns and even John F. "We'll be monitoring those interviews". "Are you kidding?" she said. "The Battle to Save America's Middle Class", the 11th book by the former professor and bankruptcy law expert, who has published both academic treatises and mass-market tracts, including several ...
  • United Airlines boss: 'This never will happen again'

    United Airlines boss: 'This never will happen again'

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    He was later seen with blood on his face. Munoz is scrambling to contain the damage to the carrier's reputation and vowed to reassess policies for seeking volunteers to give up their seats, for handling oversold flights and for partnering with airport authorities.
  • Details About People Unmasked By Obama Administration Are Very Personal

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    Rice of committing. Conservatives have charged that Rice sought the "unmasking" of Trump associates listed in intelligence reports about intercepted communications with foreigners for political reasons. And according to Rice, that process has its own rules and is reviewed by lawyers to prevent political abuse. The law requires that identities of US persons picked up or mentioned during the course of foreign surveillance be masked; that is, that they be shielded from people ...
  • ISIS Death Toll from 'Mother of All Bombs' Hits 90

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    Afghan officials had earlier said the bombing had killed 36 IS fighters. "Dropping of the massive and the so-called mother of all bombs, celebrating the attack and using it as a propaganda tool show the growing barbarism of the American invaders", the Taliban spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid said in a statement on Friday.
  • Pence warns 'all options' on table for N Korea

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    Mr Pence first made the remarks at the demilitarised zone (DMZ), the area dividing the two Koreas, during a visit to South Korea to reaffirm ties. "Look, we want to be clear: our hope and frankly our prayer is that by marshaling the resources of nations across the Asian Pacific - not just South Korea, Japan, other allies - and China bringing renewed pressure to bear", he said.
  • North Korean test missile explodes on launch

    North Korean test missile explodes on launch

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    In a statement, Defense Secretary Jim Mattis says Trump and his military team "are aware of North Korea's most recent unsuccessful missile launch". While the North did not conduct a nuclear test, the specter of a potential escalated USA response trailed Pence as he began a 10-day trip to Asia.
  • Five dead as plane crashes near supermarket in Portugal

    Five dead as plane crashes near supermarket in Portugal

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    All four crew members were killed in the crash, as well as one man on the ground. Andre Fernandes, a spokesman for the local emergency services, said the plane was headed for Marseilles in France. One nearby house was also blackened by smoke, and nine people had to be evacuated from their homes. The cause of Monday's crash is not yet known.
  • BC NDP promise new tax on foreign speculators

    BC NDP promise new tax on foreign speculators

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    Bennett served as Premier while leader of the Social Credit Party while representing a Kelowna riding, as did his son Bill Bennett. Horgan says a New Democrat government would revamp the Residential Tenancy Act to make it more accessible, and also address the problem of "renovictions", where landlords use renovations as an excuse to evict tenants and sidestep restrictions around rent increases.
  • Shops reopen after fire at Bellagio retail annex

    Shops reopen after fire at Bellagio retail annex

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    The fire broke out at the luxurious Bellagio Hotel at around 10:45 p.m. local time. Here's a look outside the Bellagio after yesterday's fire. But the fire department has looked at the damage left by the fire and they have an estimate on what the cost could be.
  • Jury begin 6th day of deliberations in Aaron Hernandez trial

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    The decision comes two years after another MA jury found the former National Football League tight end guilty of murdering an acquaintance in an industrial park near his home in June 2013. Prosecutors said Hernandez opened fire on the men's vehicle because he felt disrespected when one of them bumped into him and spilled his drink at a Boston nightclub.
  • US says withdrawing UN military from Haiti is good example

    US says withdrawing UN military from Haiti is good example

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    Washington is the largest contributor, paying 28.5 percent of the total budget. The 15-member Security Council is due to vote on the USA -drafted resolution on Thursday. No money spent on United Nations work to advance the rule of law in Haiti will have its intended impact unless the organization models the accountability that is necessary to re-establish its credibility.
  • Rouhani to run for second term as president of Iran

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    Also, Raisi, who is commonly believed to be the main conservative rival of President Rouhani, registered for the presidential race on Friday. Earlier on Wednesday, Iran's former president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad had registered for the upcoming Iranian presidential election.
  • US envoy Tillerson meets with Putin in Moscow

    US envoy Tillerson meets with Putin in Moscow

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    Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said he had a "productive" and frank two-hour meeting on Wednesday with Russian President Vladimir Putin and his foreign minister, Sergey Lavrov. Russia's deputy United Nations ambassador says the USA "provocation" by attacking a Syrian air base will only encourage those who want a military solution to the six-year Syrian conflict.
  • Syria's Assad says Idlib chemical attack 'fabrication': AFP interview

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    Assad accused the West, particularly the United States, of being "hand-in-glove with the terrorists" over the Khan Sheikhoun incident. Asked if airstrikes by Syrian troops could have struck a terrorist chemical weapons depot, Assad declined to speculate, saying it was often hard to know the details about targets from aerial pictures.
  • South Africa's Opposition In United Front Against President

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    The rand has tumbled more than 11 percent since March 27, when Zuma ordered Gordhan to return home from overseas talks with investors, days before firing him. Holomisa added that the recent two credit downgrades to junk status make South Africa an unsafe investment destination and the effects will be felt by all.
  • Girl child welfare next on Adityanath govt's list

    Girl child welfare next on Adityanath govt's list

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    An official release here said that Sehgal has been put on the wait list and Awasthi has got charge of all the departments held by him. The chief minister also directed the power department to ensure that defective or burnt transformers are replaced expeditiously in rural areas so that agricultural operations do not suffer.
  • Iraq says Islamic State has lost most of the land it seized

    Iraq says Islamic State has lost most of the land it seized

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    Months later, the Iraqi security forces backed by tens of thousands of Shiite and Sunni volunteers, known as Hashd Shaabi paramilitary units, and with the air support provided by global coalition led by the United States, the troops managed to recapture most of Iraq's key cities, towns and villages from the IS group.