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New Poll Could Impact Marijuana Legalization In PA


Seventy-three percent of Americans said they oppose enforcement of federal laws against marijuana in states that have legalized medical or recreational marijuana. The growing acceptance of legal marijuana comes as states continue to challenge the federal government's insistence that marijuana is a risky drug with no therapeutic value and a high potential for abuse. Read More »

Ce qu'implique la validation du référendum d'Erdogan — Turquie


Erdogan a, après le référendum, prononcé un discours destiné aux partisans de la réforme constitutionnelle. "Est-ce suffisant? Je ne crois pas", avait déclaré M. C'est le constat d'une mission commune d'observateurs de l'OSCE et du Conseil de l'Europe. Malgré des résultats très serrés et contestés par l'opposition, le président turc s'appuie sur la légitimité que lui donne son peuple pour bâtir un nouveau système politique basé sur des prérogatives élargies pour le chef de l'État. Read More »

Afghans call for resignations after base attack


The base at Mazar-e-Sharif is home to the Afghan National Army's 209th Corps, responsible for providing security to most of northern Afghanistan, including Kunduz province - which has seen heavy recent fighting. The U.S. military in Afghanistan in a statement condemned the attack. "The majority of our soldiers were offering Friday prayers" at the time of the assault, the ministry said in a statement, adding that "over 100 Afghan army forces were martyred and wounded". Read More »

New Zealand Prime Minister Reshuffles Cabinet

Mr English confirmed to reporters in Wellington that Mr Brownlee will replace Murray McCully in the foreign affairs portfolio while Auckland Central MP Ms Kaye takes over from Hekia Parata as Education Minister. Nicky Wagner will take over the Christchurch regeneration task which Brownlee has held since the first earthquakes in 2010. Building and Construction Minister Nick Smith will remain in place, but with a lighter load, despite widespread concern in the National Party caucus over his ... Read More »

41000 security forces all set for Asean Summit in Manila

National Capital Region Police Office chief Director Oscar Albayalde said around 26,000 uniformed policemen and soldiers and about 15,000 force multipliers from different government agencies will be deployed for the Asean Summit. All the nine leaders of the ASEAN are anticipated to attend. "Preparations are now in full swing for all activities scheduled [this] week in Manila", said Presidential Spokesperson Ernesto Abella in a statement on Sunday. Read More »

Gov. Abbott signals support for 'bathroom bill' from Texas House

However, despite concerns, lawmakers in favor of the bill argue that it would provide a practical solution for gun owners in the state that are now able to carry just about anywhere they go. Rep. Gina Hinojosa , D-Austin, said she was anxious the bill would make it harder for law enforcement officials to do their jobs. "The original bill was a little broader than we were intending", Simmons said, adding that a new version - focusing on the effect nondiscrimination policies have on restroom ... Read More »

Wounded veteran carries Boston Marathon contestant across finish line


Her boyfriend at the time intervened, pushing Semple away while Switzer continued doing what she was doing - running. Now 70-years-old, Switzer has run 39 marathons in her life, the last coming in 2011. "We have come a light year, really", she said . "You always want to be a little bit better", Switzer said. Fifty years later, she finished the race a second time, donning the same number: 261. Read More »

Trump welcomes humanitarian workers home with bonkers video

According to her lawyer, President Donald Trump helped secure the release. "I think Trump and his team deserve credit for making this a priority at the most critical time in her case". According to the Washington Post , President Trump had asked Egyptian President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi to possibly pardon Aya if she were found guilty. Read More »

Présidentielle 1er tour. Une participation supérieure aux 2 précédentes élections


A 17h, il est de 69.42%. Ainsi à Ploërmel vers 11 heures, cette participation était de l'ordre de 30% et des files impressionnantes se formaient devant les isoloirs, allant même parfois jusque sur le trottoir. En Moselle , la participation est de 65.72%. Le taux de participation pourrait en outre profiter d'une heure de fermeture plus tardive en passant de 18h à 19h, sauf dans les grandes agglomérations ou la fermeture est toujours fixée à 20h. Read More »

Russia Vetoes UN Resolution Against Syria

Until the chemical attack, the Trump administration had sought to step back from the US position that Assad should leave power. "That could happen, and it may not happen", he said . Stoltenberg said within the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation alliance, the USA military action on Syria has been met with understanding. "No one showed us anything, no one said anything, although we repeatedly asked to produce the details on which these unfounded accusations lie". Read More »

Caracas: Two Killed At 'Mother Of All Marches'

At around midday on Thursday, a few thousand people protested in Caracas, although opposition lawmakers accused security forces of using excessive tear gas and force to block the marches. In the Tachira case, an opposition protester identified as Ivan Pernia has been detained in the shooting death of the young woman, according to VTV. Read More »

Pa. unemployment rate declines to 4.8 percent in March

The rate for the Waco metro area dropped from 4.5 percent in February to 4.3 percent in March. The Texas economy expanded in March with the addition of 9,500 seasonally adjusted nonfarm jobs, the commission said. It topped off at 9.3 percent in January 2010. Wage and salary employment increased in March by 8,500 to 1,990,000. Vallejo had a jobless rate of 7.1 percent, down from 7.3, followed by Fairfield at 4.7 percent, down from 4.8, then Suisun City at 4.5 percent, down from 4.7. Read More »

Police find missing Tennessee girl, arrest suspect

The pair's disappearance March 13 came after Cummins was investigated by the school system when another student reported seeing the then-married teacher kiss the girl at the Culleoka Unit School. Cummins had taken his Tennessee license plate off of his vehicle. The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation tweeted Thursday that teacher Tad Cummins had been taken into custody. Read More »

Montana unemployment rate remains at 3.8 percent

Around the rest of the state, Honolulu City and County saw its unemployment rate decrease from 2.6 percent in February to 2.4 percent in March; Kauai saw its rate decrease from 3 percent to 2.8 percent; and Maui's rate dropped from 3.1 percent to 2.9 percent. Read More »

25-year-old man shot in ankle in Roseland


A few minutes later, an 18-year-old man was shot in the leg in a drive-by attack around the corner in the 6000 block of South Hermitage. He was taken to Illinois Masonic Medical Center in serious condition. The weekend's first homicide happened about 7 p.m. Friday in the Parkway Gardens neighborhood on the South Side. The latest killing happened about 10:30 p.m. Read More »

Rescued teen back home in Tennessee, reunited with family

The cabin they were staying in is tucked away next to a river in a remote part of the county. He also faces charges in California for alleged possession of stolen property and kidnapping, according to ABC News. Siskiyuou County Sheriff Jon Lopey told Inside Edition that the teen is on an emotional rollercoaster. He said she did not act like a rescued person. Read More »

President Lungu sends a messages of condolences to Egyptian President


President al-Sisi in a brief television appearance on Sunday had announced the state of emergency for three months. Egyptian priests react during the funeral of victims of the Palm Sunday bombings , at St. The rising violence has undermined the Egyptian government's claim to being a bulwark against extremism in a chaotic region as it pursues closer ties with President Donald Trump, who hosted el-Sissi at the White House a week ago. Read More »

French election: Emmanuel Macron beats Marine Le Pen

The early vote count includes primarily rural constituencies that lean to the right, while urban areas that lean left are counted later. At a gathering after the vote, Le Pen hailed the results as "historic", and expressed "profound gratitude" to her supporters. Read More »

Sessions on Hawaii remark: 'Nobody has a sense of humour'

Watson . So-called Attorney General Jeff Sessions appeared on your teevee today to, among other tasks, explain away his belittlement of a federal judge in Hawaii (and, while he was at it, the whole state) because, to the bafflement of Jeff Sessions , that judge Disagreed With Donald Trump About A Thing. Read More »

France halts campaigning after deadly Paris attack


He was also reportedly convicted in the past of attempted murder in the shootings of two police officers. As Paris got back to business, municipal workers in white hygiene suits were out before dawn to wash down the sidewalk where the assault took place — a scene now depressingly familiar after multiple attacks that have killed more than 230 people in France over two years. Read More »

Charity worker freed from jail in Egypt credits Pres. Trump for release

At the White House on Friday morning, President Donald Trump shook hands with a recently-freed, Egyptian-American woman who spent nearly three years in a foreign prison with rumored ties to the Muslim Brotherhood. According to the Washington Post , President Trump had asked Egyptian President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi to possibly pardon Aya if she were found guilty. Read More »

Russia relations hit another low after Syria attacks

So, what do these statements mean with US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson due to arrive at Moscow for direct talks? Relations between the United States and Russian Federation appear to have reached depths not seen since the end of the Cold War. Read More »

NKorea detains US citizen, the 3rd American being held there


Mr Kim, who also goes by his Korean name Kim Sang Duk, was detained by North Korean officials at Pyongyang International Airport as he attempted to leave the country, Dr Park said. The State Department said Sunday that it remains committed to directly addressing the North Korean nuclear threat. Kim joins two other American citizens who remain in North Korean custody. Read More »

North Korea displays apparently new missiles as USA carrier group approaches


Han said North Korea changed its military strategy two years ago, when the reports of "decapitation strike" training began to really get attention, to stress pre-emptive actions. China, North Korea's sole major ally and neighbour which nevertheless opposes its weapons programme, on Friday again called for talks to defuse the crisis. Read More »