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MDA Warns Of Poison Hemlock Plant


But poison hemlock can be differentiated from those two species because it has fern-like leaves and purpled blotches on the stems. Sightings have been recorded in isolated pockets of Minnesota, most recently in the southeastern part of the state. Read More »

Australia's military resumes air operations over Syria


The conflict quickly descended into a civil war, which has since left at least 400,000 people dead. These militia are of course Assad allies. The Free Syrian Army grew out of protests against the Assad regime that eventually turned violent. Read More »

Apple pushing iOS 10.3.3 beta 4 update

Here is a round-up of everything new that you'll likely notice on the latest developer preview of iOS 11. Control Center now customizable allowing you to add more quick controls to it. Siri has a more natural voice and is more intelligent than ever. With the new beta, Android Migration now works as intended, Bluetooth communication is more reliable and apps over 100MB can be downloaded over cellular. Read More »

Valve's 'Knuckles' VR controller tracks individual fingers


A ring of sensors around the thumbpad and the back of the hand helps track the unit in space through the standard Lighthouse system. The controller is created to clamp onto the backside of your hand. However, this is a temporary measure for dev kits; the finalized hardware shouldn't need any calibrating. Imagine flipping a bad guy the bird, or using two fingers to point to your eyeballs to let someone know you're watching them, as Robert De Niro does in Meet the Parents, and, we assume, in ... Read More »

America shoots down Iranian drone


The U.S. military's Central Command said the drone shot down Tuesday was a Shaheed 129 and appeared to have been operated by "pro-regime" forces, a term which U.S. The coalition shot down Iranian-made Shahed-129, belonging to the Syrian #Air Force, near the At-Tanf area, the channel said. "The US position militarily is weaker and any sign of a lack of unity within the worldwide anti-ISIS coalition can only be good news for Russian Federation and the Syrian regime". Read More »

EU leaders vote to extend sanctions on Russia

Nearly a year after British voters took the decision to leave the bloc, Davis took a team of officials to open the negotiations with Barnier in the European Commission's Berlaymont building on Monday. The EU's position, among other things, said that the European Commission should be able to monitor the enforcement of citizens' rights , and the bloc's top court in Luxembourg should have jurisdiction over protecting them. Read More »

Trump To Sign Executive Order On Apprenticeships

Trump also says at a round table conversation at Waukesha County Technical College in Wisconsin that he loves the "name Apprentice" - a reference to the reality television show he used to host. Given that these programs will be also be known as Registered Apprenticeships, it will be hard for employers to know whether a former apprentice has received training that meets the applicable federal standards, or whether the apprentice participated in a lower-quality program that did not meet ... Read More »

Former US attorney Preet Bharara has a book deal


Knopf . The financial details of Bharara's book deal will remain under wraps, Knopf Executive Vice President Paul Bogaards said in an email to the Daily News. "That is the process I want to illuminate in this book", said Bharara. It will include details of some of Bharara's cases during his tenure as US attorney. Read More »

Brexit talks: Citizens' rights and exit bill ahead of trade

Brexit Secretary David Davis appears to have conceded to European Union demands during the first day of historic talks, by agreeing to a "two-phased" negotiation. But talks on issues including post-Brexit defence plans risk being overshadowed by concerns that a disastrous election has left May so enfeebled that Brexit negotiations will be hampered. Read More »

Saudi-Iran Tensions Seen Worsening With Rise Of New Saudi Crown Prince

The Crown Prince is a bold reformist, socially liberal and the new face of Saudi Arabia , who has embraced media attention willingly. He tweeted that he'd told the kings, presidents and prime ministers he met in Saudi Arabia that funding "Radical Ideology" can't be tolerated, and "Leaders pointed to Qatar - look!" The brutal reality is that the conflict in Yemen is an Iran-Saudi proxy war, and the new crown prince one of its architects. Read More »

Should Democrats be anxious about their losing streak?

A high turnout of Republican voters is believed to have boosted Karen Handel to victory in Georgia's special election Tuesday. Some Democrats saw Handel's failure to maintain the 23-point lead won by the district's previous Republican victor - current Health and Human Services Secretary Tom Price - as a positive sign for the future. Read More »

DUP says deal with Tories 95% complete


Reaction was, of course, as swift as it was mixed. However, in a sign of growing disarray at the top of government, May will push ahead with her Queen's Speech, despite having failed to secure the support of the DUP to vote for it. "Clearly, two political parties, we have some differences, but we have a lot in common. All talks of this kind take a long time , they are still continuing". Read More »

Will Lawyer Jay Sekulow Be Trump's New Favorite TV Surrogate?


Separately, Rubio said on NBC that while Trump is "pretty fired up" about the investigation, he doesn't think the president "has a problem with additional sanctions on Russia" that the Senate approved last Thursday. The Latest on the investigation into Russia's actions in the 2016 elections. At some point, Mueller may wish to interview Federal Bureau of Investigation senior leadership about their meetings with Comey regarding Trump , though it's unclear if this has already taken place. Read More »

After second thoughts, Shiv Sena decides to support Ram Nath Kovind

The nomination process for the Presidential Election began from June 14 with the issuance of a notification and the last date for filing of nomination is June 28. "If the name of Kovind is being put forward with a view to garner Dalit votes then the Sena is not interested". The numbers now seem to be in favour of Kovind, the NDA nominee for the post of the President of India. Read More »

Senate Republicans Unveil Health Care Bill

Senator Tim Kaine, a member of the Senate Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions (HELP) Committee, released the following statement on the release of the Senate Republican healthcare bill. Many GOPers reserved judgment on the measure as they exited McConnell's private presentation. The draft of the bill is being released to senators Thursday at 9:30 a.m. Read More »

Cladding on 600 buildings could burn, British PM May says

The relevant local authorities and local fire services have been informed, and are taking all possible steps to ensure buildings are safe and to inform affected residents. "I would like to reassure people that we will not use this tragic incident as a reason to carry out immigration checks on those involved or on those providing information to identify victims or those assisting with the criminal investigation", May said. Read More »

Republicans Hold Georgia House Seat, Dashing Democrats' Hopes

But, he said, in competing hard in places like Georgia's 6th District, where former Rep. Tom Price never fell below 60%, Democrats have changed the expectations for the 2018 midterms. All the Fake News, all the money spent = 0". The race seemed to have tightened in the closing days. "But instinctually, this hurts, because it was about more than a single seat", Bonier said. Read More »

Cuba Denounces Trump's New Measures


Trump's reversal will reinstate a number of travel and commercial restrictions between the US and Cuba . The Cuban statement criticised the "hostile rhetoric that recalls the time of open confrontation", and "return to the coercive methods of the past". Read More »

President Trump disputes Russian interference in 2016 election


It has been previously reported that Arizona and IL did have voter-related data accessed by hackers. Johnson's designation of US election systems as critical infrastructure was aimed at providing more federal cybersecurity assistance to state and local governments to keep voting safe from tampering. Read More »

Another leadership test for Pelosi, who's weathered many

Kathleen Rice (D-N.Y.) told CNN. In over a decade leading House Democrats , into the majority and out again, Pelosi has beaten back all comers, including last fall when Democratic Rep. WASHINGTON (AP) — Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi is telling Democrats that next year could be the year they take back control of the House. I respect any positive things that people want to say or even negative, as long as it's constructive. Read More »

Israel ignores United Nations, begins construction on new West Bank settlement


Abu Rudeineh called on the United States administration to immediately intervene to preserve the atmosphere created by Trump during his meeting last month with President Mahmoud Abbas in Washington. Greenblatt and Netanyahu met Tuesday afternoon. Later on Wednesday, he will travel to Ramallah, in the Israeli-occupied West Bank, for talks with Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas after Iftar, the evening meal that breaks the Ramadan fast. Read More »

James Comey ne mâche pas ses mots sur Trump

Il a accusé l'administration Trump de diffamation. L'avocat recruté par l'ancien promoteur immobilier pour gérer la crise, Marc Kasowitz, a démenti que son client ait jamais demandé à M. De bon matin ce vendredi, il est reparti à l'attaque, accusant à son tour de " mensonges " l'ex-directeur de la police fédérale et le traitant de "balance". Read More »

1 dead as Cindy spins severe weather along Gulf coast

Even though Thursday is shaping up to be a handsome summer day in New Jersey, forecasters say Friday and early Saturday could be marred by cloudy skies, occasional showers and isolated thunderstorms. crude and 5 percent of dry natural gas output, according to the U.S. Energy Information Administration. Strong winds have been observed with the system but only in gusts. Read More »

Pope donates 462000 euros to hunger-struck South Sudan


Children displaced by war in South Sudan play by a United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) truck at the Palabek Refugee Settlement Camp in Lamwo district, Uganda June 16, 2017. Marie-Claude Bibeau, Canada's minister of worldwide development, told The Associated Press during a trip last week to the area. In the 2015 to 2016 fiscal year, Canada's worldwide development assistance to South Sudan totalled over $91 million, Global Affairs said. Read More »