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AG Says Malden School's Hair Extension Policy Is Discriminatory


Other black students reported having their hair checked for extensions in between classes and disciplined if school officials believed their hair featured extensions. The spokesperson for Mystic Valley, Alexander Dan, had very little to say about the AG's order, even for a spokesperson: "We are in receipt of the letter from the attorney general's office, and it will be reviewed by the board of trustees at a meeting that has been called for Sunday night". Lire la suite »

Team Trump talked to Russian Federation 'at least' 18 times during race


But the conversation between Moscow officials is believed to have taken place months beforehand, casting further doubt on the Trump aide's relationship with Russian Federation. Earlier in the day Politico reported Trump regretted the decision, telling his close aides days after sacking Flynn that the move was a mistake. The news comes as Yahoo reports Flynn is still in touch with the president, who continues to speak favorably about his former national security advisor. Lire la suite »

Oprah Winfrey tells grads to seek fulfillment in service


The author, actress and former talk show host will speak Sunday at Smith College, a women's liberal arts school in Northampton. Speaking to graduates after accepting an honorary doctorate, the global media star asked the audience at Saratoga Performing Arts Center to "challenge their spiritual muscle" and live gratefully. Lire la suite »

People On Facebook Really Like Sharing Labour's Manifesto

Labour is still nine points behind Theresa May but there will be jitters in the Conservative camp this morning. "The whole discussion and the whole debate is unravelling from the Tory point of view". Survation's poll for The Mail On Sunday put the Tories on 46% and Labour on 34%, with Lib Dems trailing on 8%. One poll showed Labour had halved the Conservatives' lead to 9 percentage points; the first single-figure gap since May called the snap election hoping for a resounding victory ... Lire la suite »

Trump in Saudi Arabia tells Muslims leaders to 'drive out' terrorists

He is to characterize it as a "battle between good and evil" and appeal to Arab leaders to "drive out the terrorists from your places of worship". We can only overcome these evil if the forces of good and united and strong'. Mr. Trump promised to schedule a trip to Egypt soon, and he singled out the Egyptian's choice of footwear, a pair of shiny black shoes. "Love your shoes. Lire la suite »

Barnes and Hahn share lead


Starting the day nine strokes behind 36-hole leader Jason Kokrak, the 2010 Nelson champion opened with a birdie on No. 1 and then rattled off five consecutive birdies on Nos. Kokrak finished with a nice par save after driving way right at the 18th. It was easy to assume Day wasn't firing on all cylinders coming into the AT&T Byron Nelson , the site of his first career victory. Lire la suite »

Russian official mocks U.S. media over intelligence-sharing reports


PAUL PILLAR: Good to be with you, Ari. And this is just in the counter-terrorism realm, where the US has overlapping common interests with Russian Federation. But the claims have sparked disquiet following a series of apparently contradictory statements from the White House and Mr Trump. National Security Adviser H.R. Lire la suite »

Intel Revealed by Trump came from Israel; Frantic Rush to Prevent Fallout


If Republicans were willing to tolerate his call for Russian hacking, his defense of vile dictators, his abuse of Judge Gonzalo Curiel, the "Access Hollywood" tape, his assaults on the intelligence community, his (thankfully) inept attempts to ram through a Muslim ban, his attacks on judges, his hiring as national security adviser of Michael Flynn without vetting him, and his firing of the Federal Bureau of Investigation director, why should blurting out secrets reportedly entrusted to us ... Lire la suite »

Three takeaways from Southampton versus Arsenal


Giroud made sure of victory in the 83rd minute, nodding home after Ramsey had headed the ball across the box following more good work from Sanchez. "We know we can only win our games". It was Sanchez' 14th away goal of the season in the Premier League and Wenger said: " Alexis showed exactly what he's about tonight ". "We like to upset teams who come here and expect to win". Lire la suite »

Unemployment rates hit record lows in 3 states

The Hoosier state gained 800 leisure and hospitality jobs and another 800 financial activities jobs last month, according to the DWD. There were 19,700 more payroll jobs in April than in April 2016 in all 11 industry sectors. Those states' jobless rates fell because more residents found work. MS payrolls were flat at 1.14 million in April. Colorado, for the second consecutive month, had the lowest unemployment rate of any U.S. Lire la suite »

Fired FBI chief James Comey to testify publicly in Congress


The New York Times said the United States president had told top Russian officials Mr Comey's sacking had relieved "great pressure" on him. Comey agreed to the public hearing at the tail end of a week that was filled with blockbuster revelations about the former Federal Bureau of Investigation chief's relationship with the president. Lire la suite »

Rochester American Legion to Hold Memorial Day Service in Grand Mound


Attendees should plan to be at the Solon American Legion by 7:30 a.m. for a ride to memorial. The guest speaker will be Anthony Violi, a retired music teacher and World War II veteran. The parade will continue to the lawn of Sandwich Public Library, where a ceremony will be held, with speeches, songs, the firing of volleys by riflemen from the American Legion Post 188, and pealing of the bells to mark the passing of Sandwich veterans. Lire la suite »

Veteran Israeli and Palestinian negotiators optimistic about Trump's Mideast bid


On March 21, 2016, then-candidate Trump addressed the American Israel Public Affairs Committee (aipac) in downtown New York City. While the election of President Trump represented a setback to political-correctness, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson's interview on May 14, 2017 NBC's Meet the Pressreflected the State Department's political correctness on US-Israel and US-Arab relations, the Palestinian issue and the relocation of the US Embassy to Jerusalem . Lire la suite »

Human rights concerns prove no obstacle in Trump-Saudi ties

On his first overseas visit, President Donald Trump presided over a almost $110 billion sale of military equipment to Saudi Arabia that made clear his administration did not see the kingdom's human rights record or its devastating war in Yemen as an obstacle to restoring ties that had been strained under his predecessor. Lire la suite »

Isaiah Thomas out for rest of playoffs


Thomas hurt the hip in a game against the Minnesota Timberwolves in March and aggravated it in Game Two of the Eastern Conference finals against second seeds and National Basketball Association titleholder Cleveland Cavaliers. Unfortunately, you will be needing an authentication with your cable provider should you want to watch Cavaliers vs. Celtics Game 2 live stream on Watch TNT. Lire la suite »

North Korea in new missile test

North Korea on Sunday fired a midrange ballistic missile, US and South Korean officials said, in the latest weapons test for a country speeding up its development of nuclear weapons and missiles. "Today the U.S. mainland and the Pacific operational theatre are within the strike range of the DPRK and the DPRK has all kinds of powerful means for annihilating retaliatory strike", North Korea's state KCNA news agency said in a commentary on Saturday. Lire la suite »

Democratic candidate for governor urges impeachment of Trump

Santorum added that the White House is trying to "change the narrative" by focusing on Trump's first foreign trip as President to the Middle East, and "hopefully that will begin to give some comfort to Republicans that he's actually interested in being president and doing something positive for the country". Lire la suite »

South Korea's new leader 'willing to visit North'

The new president wants to increase contacts with North Korea, while continuing to pressure its government. In recent months the Trump administration has suggested a military option is on the table, escalating fears of conflict - although the United States president changed tone last week, saying he would be "honored" to meet the North's young ruler, Kim Jong-Un. Lire la suite »

Trump meeting with Arab Gulf nation leaders


He denounced Iranian aggression in the region in an address to Muslim leaders in Saudi Arabia, and said the "longest-suffering victims" are the Iranian people. Trump and the GCC leaders watched as Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Nayef and U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson exchanged documents. That Melania Trump, as well as daughter Ivanka too, didn't sport a headscarf, as is custom among non-Saudi women, has invited ridicule from the liberal circles. Lire la suite »