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Sessions: We'll fund the wall 'one way or the other'


Trump has announced a rally in Pennsylvania that day. Despite Trump's dismissal that the 100-day marker is "artificial", the White House is planning a packed week of activities leading up to Saturday. The legislation would keep the government running through September 30, the end of the fiscal 2017 budget year. "I think that as long as the president's priorities are adequately reflected. Read More »

US sanctions 271 in Syrian chemical attack


It was the first specific intelligence assessment of president Bashar Assad's weapons capabilities since the chemical attack on Khan Sheikhoun which caused global outrage. Secretary, that you had to say about Iran", Netanyahu said. "Lavrov expressed regret over the fact that at the OPCW the United States opposed Russia's initiative to send inspectors to Syria to verify allegations of sarin use in Khan Shaykhunon April 4 and of the presence of poisonous substances on the Syrian Sha'irat ... Read More »

MCD Elections 2017: EVM Malfunctioning Creates Problems For Voters

The BJP is on course to a massive victory in the civic body elections in the national capital, while its rivals, the Congress Party and the Aam Aadmi Party would face a humiliating defeat, two exit polls predicted on Sunday. Polling began at 8 am amid tight security arrangements across the city. "There were few complaints of the malfunctioning of the EVMs at Burari and Kapashera, which were rectified", an official source said. Read More »

French stock futures soar after Macron election win eases 'Frexit' fears


French voters have started casting ballots for the presidential election under heightened security in a tense first-round poll that is seen as a test for the spread of populism around the world. Investors had feared for the single currency's future if one of the far-left candidates had gotten through to fight Le Pen. However, Le Pen has a reputation for being loyal. Read More »

L'opposition défile en silence en hommage aux 20 morts — Venezuela


Deux étudiants ont été tués par balle mercredi lors des manifestations organisées au Venezuela par l'opposition contre le président Nicolas Maduro . Nous sommes fatigués, nous voulons des élections pour que Maduro s'en aille du pouvoir, car il a détruit le pays, " a déclaré Ingrid Chacon, une manifestante de 54 ans brandissant le drapeau vénézuélien. Read More »

Trump's tax announcement to be broadbrush

He would not provide details of the plan, saying only that the tax cuts will be " bigger, I believe, than any tax cut ever ". Trump walked down street across the White House to the Treasury Department to sign the executive orders which he said is part of his effort to revive the American economy and bring jobs back to the US. Read More »

Trump appointee Gorsuch energetic in first U.S. high court arguments


Justice Neil Gorsuch's first week on the Supreme Court bench features an important case about the separation of church and state that has its roots on a Midwestern church playground. They include a clash Tuesday over the power of the Securities and Exchange Commission to recoup illegal profits and arguments Wednesday in a closely watched church-state dispute. Read More »

Stock markets soar as Macron wins first stage of election


Pro-European centrist Emmanuel Macron and anti-immigration leader Marine Le Pen began a final duel for the French Presidency Monday, after a first round of voting delivered a stunning blow to the traditional political class. "I really don't want Fillon or Le Pen so I've chosen Macron because I think he is going to be in the second round". The vote "is really important, mainly because we really need a change in this country with all the difficulties we are facing and terrorism", said Paris ... Read More »

Unemployed in Mission Viejo? Job Search On Patch

Montanas unemployment rate is at 3.8 percent, lower than the national average. The U.S. earlier this month reported 4.5% unemployment in March compared with 4.7% in February. That was the lowest rate since May 2007, when unemployment dipped to 2.9 percent. "The month's drop in the unemployment rate came about because more people entered the labor force looking for work, and majority found it", Fitzgerald Washington, Alabama Department of Labor Secretary, said in a written statement. Read More »

North Korean media issue threat to 'wipe out' US


Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly said in an interview on CNN's "State of the Union" on Sunday that a North Korean nuclear missile capable of striking the U.S. In an editorial in the state-run Rodong Sinmun newspaper on Monday, North Korea called the decision to send in the USS Carl Vinson carrier group "an extremely risky act by those who plan a nuclear war to invade". Read More »

The new Samsung Galaxy S8 is out of this world


Samsung is calling its latest brainchild the "smartphone without limits" and that has got a lot to do with its looks; after all, isn't that what strikes you first about a brand new phone? Apple's stock has gained 3% over the past five days, even with the arrival of Samsung's updated product line. Read More »

2 dead, over 400 arrested in Venezuelan protests


It also reported the death of a 23-year-old woman shot by colectivos in San Cristobal. A National Guard soldier also reportedly was killed in protests in Miranda state, near Caracas. Brian Ellsworth of Reuters, speaking to us by Skype from Caracas, said tensions have been building. "Those responsible for the criminal repression of peaceful democratic activity, for the undermining of democratic institutions and practices, and for gross violations of human rights, will be held ... Read More »

Target Stores Turn Shopping Carts Into Mario Kart


Amidst the news of drying stock of newly launched Nintendo Switch in the United States, here is a news which can ultimately excite the gamers. And you can simply blast through crowds with the Bullet Bill or Power Star bonuses, and obscure other racers' views with Blooper's screen-smearing ink attack. Read More »

MCD polls: Exit polls predict clean sweep for BJP


The exit polls said the party would win by a landslide. There were also complaints of faulty EVMs in North Delhi Burari area and South West Delhi's Kapashera due to which voting had to be stopped for a few minutes. The BJP has been in power at the municipal corporation for the last 10 years, but has been facing criticism for shoddy work. Kejriwal, who has been up against the Centre's ruling BJP and the Election Commission over the EVM tampering, has repeatedly flayed the State poll panel ... Read More »

Présidentielles : qui a voté quoi dans nos départements ?

Le candidat de droite François Fillon dont la campagne a été plombée par un scandale d'emplois fictifs présumés accordés à ses proches, arrive au coude à coude (19,94%) avec le candidat de la gauche radicale Jean-Luc Mélenchon (19,62%) qui avait effectué une percée remarquée aux derniers jours de campagne. Read More »

Euro jumps, shares firm on French election relief


French far-right candidate Marine Le Pen claimed victory, says the debate over globalization is open. He did not have the backing of a traditional political party, had no constituency or firm voter base and was a complete unknown four years ago, but his central message of him being a modern, digitally-minded, worldwide progressive who could make the centre fashionable again, seems to be working in his favour. Read More »

Shares rally as French vote sparks rush into banking stocks


Macron", he said. Choosing inside the system is no longer an option for French voters, who rejected the two mainstream parties that have alternated power for decades in favour of Le Pen and the untested Macron , who has never held elected office and who founded his own political movement just a year ago. Read More »

How Theresa May's Election Gamble Could Backfire

Finally, but no less importantly, the Conservative party faces verdicts on the multiple allegations of fraudulent election spending. ComRes conducted its survey for the Sunday Mirror newspaper. Sir Michael told ITV's Good Morning Britain: "I think you saw Jeremy Corbyn yesterday questioning strikes against terrorists, refusing to back the nuclear deterrent, he's been querying our North Atlantic Treaty Organisation deployment and he seems to have fallen out with his own party over the nuclear ... Read More »

Russian FM presses US's Tillerson over Syria probe


Russian Federation accused Western powers yesterday of abandoning talks on ending Syria's civil war in favour of backing regime change in the country. Though Israel has largely stayed on the sidelines of Syria's civil war, there has been frequent spillover of rocket fire, and Israel has occasionally carried out air strikes or returned mortar fire if there is a specific threat. Read More »

La presse internationale salue Macron au 2e tour — Présidentielle française

Plusieurs partisans de M. Fillon ont immédiatement appelé à ne pas voter pour la candidate d'extrême-droite Marine Le Pen . Et une percée historique pour la gauche de Jean-Luc Mélenchon. Cauchemar des marchés, Marine Le Pen a salué "un résultat historique ", avec le score le plus élevé de son parti à une élection présidentielle. La défaite sans appel de François Fillon , arrivé troisième au premier tour de la présidentielle, une première humiliante pour un candidat de droite sous la ... Read More »

Welsh electoral 'earthquake' of Tory gains suggested by poll


Corbyn has played down the importance of recent polling but as things stand he is on course to lead Labour to one of the party's worst ever electoral performances. The ITV Wales/YouGov survey puts the Conservatives on 40% to Labour's 30%, a finding that would make Theresa May's party the dominant force in the country for the first time in almost 100 years. Read More »

Ivanka Trump is a 'goddess' in China

But the focus on this aspect of Ivanka Trump's role dangerously obscures something else that is at least as important about her: her conduct inside the White House is vexed by the same controversial conflicts of interest plaguing the president himself. Read More »

Celtic into Scottish Cup final in treble chase


Rangers did create chances towards the end of the match with Kenny Miller and Martyn Waghorn each having a couple of good opportunities to score, but overall the club's Portuguese boss conceded that his side were, in spells, too "passive" in their approach to the semi-final tie. Read More »