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Trump signs law giving states more say in Planned Parenthood funding

The ceremony was closed to the media. Despite this, Senator Joni Ernst (R-IA), one of the bill's original sponsorers, celebrated Trump's signature. Under the new law, health care providers that provide abortions (in addition to many other health care services) could lose their funding. "We won't stand for it", Schriock said. Read More »

Facebook Announces New AR Efforts at F8 Conference

With the launch of AR Camera Effect Platform, the company aims to go far beyong copying Snapchat. Starting Tuesday, developers will be able to make their own face filters or overlays for images to help develop AR more quickly through crowd sourcing the development. Read More »

Les onze candidats seront bien sur France 2 jeudi — Présidentielle


Comme attendu, il n'y aura donc pas de débat ce jeudi 20 avril entre les onze candidats à l'élection présidentielle, sur France 2. Suivront Nathalie Arthaud, Marine Le Pen, François Asselineau, Benoît Hamon, Nicolas Dupont-Aignan, Philippe Poutou, Emmanuel Macron, Jacques Cheminade, Jean Lassalle et enfin François Fillon. Read More »

Supreme Court Saves Arkansas Death Row Inmate from Execution

As minutes ticked toward 1 a.m. ET (midnight CT) - when Davis' execution warrant was to expire - the United States high court issued a statement: "The application to vacate the stay of execution of sentence of death entered by the Arkansas Supreme Court on April 17, 2017, presented to Justice (Samuel) Alito and by him referred to the Court is denied". Read More »

Brother of Fresno suspect shocked by killings

Stalking the streets armed with a.357 calibre revolver, the "black soldier" allegedly murdered three men in cold blood as he reportedly howled " Allahu akbar ". Muhammad had gone there to meet a woman, and he argued with security who asked him to leave. One witness who heard those gunshots said he rushed out of house, which is just a few doors down, and saw one of the victims drop to the ground. Read More »

Trump orders review of lifting sanctions against Iran: Tillerson

Under former President Barack Obama's administration, Iran, China, France, Russia, Britain, United States, Germany and the European Union signed the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action nuclear agreement in 2015. We should double up and triple up the sanctions and have them come to us. Despite Tillerson's confirmation that Tehran is complying with the the deal, he said the current regime could sow disorder both in the region and worldwide. Read More »

Venezuela's opposition seeks to keep pressure on Maduro

A woman of 23 was shot dead in western Venezuela on Wednesday, the second person killed during a day of anti-government protests, prosecutors and a non-governmental group said. As night fell, a group of youths tore down signs and billboards to build barricades from which they threw Molotov cocktails and rocks at riot police. Read More »

L'Autorité électorale rejette les recours contre le référendum

La veille il avait déjà lancé l'idée d'un référendum sur le rétablissement de la peine de mort. "Le président Trump a remercié Erdogan de soutenir cette action des Etats-Unis et les dirigeants ont convenu de l'importance de tenir le président syrien Bachar al-Assad pour responsable" de ses actes, a ajouté la Maison Blanche. Read More »

Benoît Hamon assure qu'il peut créer "un million d'emplois" s'il est élu


Ses prestations remarquées dans les débats et ses discours enflammés dans des meetings en plein air portent Jean-Luc Mélenchon. Des études estiment que 30 % des électeurs de Hollande ont hésité avec Jean-Luc Mélenchon. Sur le modèle de l'expérience réussie le 5 février à Lyon en chair et en os et à Aubervilliers en hologramme, le candidat de La France insoumise en profitera pour s'exprimer " dans des villes où la campagne ne nous avait pas permis de nous rendre ", a expliqué son directeur de ... Read More »

21st Century Fox announces O'Reilly's departure from Fox News

Bill O'Reilly is out at Fox News. President Donald Trump, an avid Fox News watcher, had leapt to O'Reilly's defense following the New York Times report , calling him "a good person". In an internal memo to Fox News employees seen by Reuters, Rupert Murdoch called O'Reilly "one of the most accomplished TV personalities in the history of cable news". Read More »

Turkey opposition to demand referendum be annulled

Hundreds of people are queuing in front of Turkey's election board to submit petitions requesting that the electoral authority reverse a controversial decision during Sunday's referendum to accept ballots without official stamps. "It is clear that the country can not join the European Union with a constitution that doesn't respect the separation of powers and has no checks and balances", she said in a statement . Read More »

Mike Pence wants to renegotiate free trade deal with South Korea


As the brown bomber jacket-clad vice-president was briefed near the military demarcation line, two North Korean soldiers watched from a short distance away, one taking multiple photographs of the American visitor. While allies supported us diplomatically, they piled up huge trade surpluses at our expense and became virtual free-riders off the USA defense effort. Read More »

Users are safe from alleged NSA malware


For consumers, that means you should not be at risk as long as you've downloaded the latest security updates . This would be a good news for Microsoft Windows users who keep on updating their computers, yet still a bad news for the NSA. Read More »

Nawaz Sharif urges opponents not to indulge in blame game

The Prime Minister was also critical of the previous Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) government in its failure to address the serious issue of power outages and said those, who were responsible for the current load shedding, were today threatening to lodge protest. Read More »

Trump still quiet about how to deal with Kim Jong

Pence also reassured Japan of American commitment to reining in North Korea's nuclear and missile ambitions on Tuesday, after warning that United States strikes in Syria and Afghanistan showed the strength of its resolve. North Korea showed off an array of weapons including missiles in a military parade Saturday before an unsuccessful ballistic missile test the following day. Read More »

Trump 'ready to strike nuclear sites'

The minister, Han Song Ryol, insisted that North Korea would carry out a test "when they see fit". Pence told the military members that he had spoken twice with President Donald Trump during the day. He arrived in South Korea shortly after a failed missile launch by the North that surrounded the birth anniversary of North Korea's late founder. In February China banned all imports of North Korean coal, which is a lucrative source of income for the country. Read More »

La drôle de prédiction de Jean-Luc Mélenchon — Présidentielle


La date du premier tour de l'élection approche et les candidats emploient leurs dernières forces à convaincre les électeurs. "Pour accepter de participer à cette émission, Mme Le Pen, vous nous avez demandé de retirer le drapeau européen qui devait figurer derrière vous", a expliqué M. Read More »

Australia to redesign visa program for skilled migrants


Introduced by John Howard's government in 1996, the 457 visa has been the most common way for employers to bring skilled workers into Australia temporarily. The right-wing, anti-immigration One Nation party has been a vocal opponent of the 457 visa. "It basically displaced a lot of Australians from entry-level jobs". Read More »

Despite massive spending, Dems fail to take US House seat in Georgia

And Bullock said there may be voters who buy into the idea that a vote against Handel is a vote against Trump. But this week, Trump has sent a series of tweets critical of Democrat Ossoff . There, Democrat Francine Busby won 44% of the vote in the jungle primary - well ahead of Republican Brian Bilbray's 15%. "This is already a victory for the ages", Ossoff told supporters gathered at an election night rally just before midnight, when vote totals from one county experiencing technical ... Read More »

VP Mike Pence: US not seeking North Korea negotiations


Pence pointed out that the USA trade deficit with South Korea has more than doubled since the current free trade agreement between the two countries came into effect in 2012. Shortly after President Donald Trump took office in January, he severed USA involvement with the TPP. "North Korea would do well not to test his resolve - or the strength of the armed forces of the United States in this region", he further remarked. Read More »

Facebook launches Augumanted Reality camera effects platform

If you can remember, Facebook made some significant changes to the camera feature across its core apps just a few days ago. Zuckerberg noted that each year, Facebook invited developers to gather and gain insight into what the social media giant had up its sleeve. Read More »

Tillerson accuses Iran of 'alarming ongoing provocations' in the Middle East

Secretary of State Rex Tillerson says Iran is sticking to the terms of the historic agreement it made to curb its nuclear program. Like with the North, Tillerson said , the Trump administration was unwilling to be patient with Iran, ticking through a list of countries where he said Iran was supporting terrorism and violence. Read More »

Family: Merrell Shoe Founder's Missing Wife Has Survival Skills


The boy's uncle, Mark McOmie, says the company is providing climbers and rescuers and that the family of the missing boy was offering a military-grade drone. But "it's a little more unusual to have a multiday search like this", said spokeswoman Robin Martin. The National Park Service on Wednesday again deployed three ground search teams, a helicopter, a drone and an inflatable motor raft. Read More »

Congressional race goes to runoff

CNN- Democrat Jon Ossoff fell just short Tuesday of capturing a House seat in a longtime conservative stronghold in Georgia, serving a reminder to Republicans of President Donald Trump's unpopularity. While it's been in Republican hands since 1979-it was Newt Gingrich's district during his tenure as Speaker of the House-it's a little bit more of a swing district, the type of place that might be a reasonable microcosm that indicates how a nation that narrowly elected Trump is feeling about ... Read More »

Bill O'Reilly's Fox News Ousting Draws Polarized Response on Twitter

But how many more changes can Fox News withstand? These included Mitsubishi Motors, which spent about $2.1 million for ads on O'Reilly's show in 2016, making it the show's fifth-largest advertiser. The letter concluded with an apparent nod to morale problems within Fox News recently. "I understand how hard this has been for many of you", Rupert Murdoch said in a memo to Fox staff. Read More »