• Need to revamp education system in Kashmir: Gen Rawat
Need to revamp education system in Kashmir: Gen Rawat

Signalling a fundamental shift in the thinking among strategists in India , Gen Rawat said that India has for too long concentrated on the "western borders [Pakistan].we need to look at the northern borders [China] and next generation warfare".

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  • Tennessee Department Of Health Flu Update
Tennessee Department Of Health Flu Update

According to the CDC , there has been a jump in hospitalizations in young children and people over 50. "They can carry influenza viruses not have as many symptoms", said Dr. County emergency rooms for influenza symptoms are more than twice as high as they were at the same time a year ago. Those in high-risk groups, including older adults, preg...

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  • Bannon to testify before House committee next week, source says
Bannon to testify before House committee next week, source says

He issued a statement Sunday praising the president's eldest son, Donald Trump Jr ., whom he was quoted accusing of treasonous behavior in the book . Trump and his minions have slammed him publicly and repeatedly, giving Bannon no practical reason to take one for the chief anymore. Feinstein also sits on the Senate intelligence committee, whi...

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  • Turkey summons top U.S. envoy over Syrian Kurds
Turkey summons top U.S. envoy over Syrian Kurds

Recent Idlib offensive of the regime, with support of Russian Federation and Iran, escalated tension between the three countries, which were able to successfully calm down clashes through the Astana process. Ankara believes YPG fighters are linked with Kurdistan Workers' Party ( PKK ) separatists inside Turkey, responsible for waging armed campaign...

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  • Key Preliminary Outcomes of the German Coalition Talks
Key Preliminary Outcomes of the German Coalition Talks

The main hurdle to a rerun of the so-called grand coalition of Germany's two main parties now lies with the Social Democrats, who at first refused to extend their alliance with Merkel after suffering their worst electoral defeat since World War II.

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  • Federal input on pot industry is wise
Federal input on pot industry is wise

The best protection that Congress had been able to provide to the marijuana business community was the Rohrabacher-Farr amendment, which was passed in 2014. MA and other states believed that Obama's wink and a nod with federal law enforcement would be honored by future presidents. We don't agree. We believe federal oversight - however limited - o...

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  • Jessica Falkholt: Former Home and Away actress's life support turned off
Jessica Falkholt: Former Home and Away actress's life support turned off

Her sister, Annabelle , 21, passed away on December 29 as a result of her injuries and was buried with their parents on Wednesday. The Daily Telegraph revealed that the driver of the other auto involved, 50-year-old Craig Whitall , who also died in the crash, was a serial offender who had nine convictions for driving without a license, and ha...

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  • Kellyanne Conway: 'Nobody here talks about Hillary Clinton'
Kellyanne Conway: 'Nobody here talks about Hillary Clinton'

Nobody here talks about her. "I'll never talk about her again, but then you can't talk about the 2016 election". "I'm not, I haven't mentioned the election once", Cuomo replied. "That's, perhaps, ridiculous, and a lot of people looked upon that as being a very serious breach". On this morning's New Day , host Alisyn Camerota noted , "I've chall...

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  • EU Defends Iran Nuclear Pact, Stays Silent on Deadly Clampdown
EU Defends Iran Nuclear Pact, Stays Silent on Deadly Clampdown

The push for new sanctions appears to have gained new life amid the recent wave of anti-regime protests in Iran and more specifically the Iranian government's harsh crackdown on demonstrators last week. Mogherini, who played an important role in crafting the nuclear accord, has vowed to preserve the deal and has lobbied USA lawmakers in Washingto...

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  • President Donald Trump allows USA states work rules for Medicaid enrollees
President Donald Trump allows USA states work rules for Medicaid enrollees

A study in December in JAMA Internal Medicine found that about half of the Medicaid recipients in MI were already working. Another 12 percent were students, homemakers or retirees. Advocates for low-income people expressed dismay. Medicaid is the nation's largest public insurance program, providing health benefits to almost 74 million Americ...

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  • Bannon Out of Breitbart
Bannon Out of Breitbart

Since the falling out last week, Bannon has signaled he's willing to help Mueller investigate the White House. The former CEO of Trump's presidential campaign, Bannon, ran afoul of his commander-in-chief after remarkably accusing Donald Trump, Jr ., Paul Manafort, and others of treason resulting from the infamous Trump Tower meeting with Russian...

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  • IRS rolls out new tax tables
IRS rolls out new tax tables

Mr. Mnuchin pushed back on those concerns Thursday, saying the IRS usually issues its withholding tables every January, and the agency chose to wait until February to take into account the changes under the new tax system. And that results in a refund when they file their tax returns. Two congressional Democrats have expressed concern that the ne...

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  • US House of Representatives Passes Bill Renewing FISA Surveillance Program
US House of Representatives Passes Bill Renewing FISA Surveillance Program

Section 702 may face other challenges in the Senate. Trump initially wrote on Twitter that the surveillance program, first created in secret after the September 11, 2001, attacks and later legally authorized by Section 702 of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA ), had been used against him but later said it was needed.

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  • New travel warnings to Mexico
New travel warnings to Mexico

More details about the crime conditions in each state are listed in the advisory . As a country, Mexico has a level-2 rating, which urges American travelers to "exercise increased caution", however half of the 31 Mexican states have a level 3 or 4 warning.

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  • White House says 'no contradiction' in Trump's tweets on FISA law
White House says 'no contradiction' in Trump's tweets on FISA law

The crowd of White House reporters gasped at her response. Sanders likely will face questions about President Donald Trump's views on the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act. She said the president has "some overall concern" about abuse of of civil liberties under the program but understands the need for national security.

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  • Indian National Anthem No Longer Mandatory in Cinemas
Indian National Anthem No Longer Mandatory in Cinemas

Playing the national anthem in cinemas was first made mandatory in 1962 when India fought a war with China, but the practice was discontinued by the seventies. It was November 30, 2016 had when the Supreme Court had directed all the movie halls and theatres in the country to play the national anthem "Jana Mana Gana" before the start of a movie, p...

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  • Sen. Murphy: 'Right Move' for Dem to Release Fusion Transcript
Sen. Murphy: 'Right Move' for Dem to Release Fusion Transcript

He then said Feinstein, who is seeking another term, "Must have tough Primary!" On Tuesday, Feinstein released the full 10-hour transcript of testimony to the Senate Judiciary Committee from Fusion GPS CEO Glenn Simpson . "There was no collusion, everybody including the Dems knows there was no collusion, & yet on and on it goes", he wrote ...

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  • Teacher handcuffed by officer at school board meeting
Teacher handcuffed by officer at school board meeting

She wasn't making a fuss, she was pointing out something he didn't want public, they used arrest tactics to remove her when she was already leaving and that's illegal'. We will continue to support the right of every single school employee to take an interest in, and ultimately stand up for, the best interests of their schools and their students.

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  • Trump opens curtain on negotiations over spending bill, immigration
Trump opens curtain on negotiations over spending bill, immigration

Republicans , Ryan added, want to make sure that the package, however, is "balanced", so that the US doesn't have a DACA program five to 10 years from now. "Because I respect them". Several Republicans pushed back at different points during the negotiations, including Rep. Kevin McCarthy, who said that no deal on Dreamers could be reached without...

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  • US Democratic senator releases Fusion GPS testimony in Russian Federation probe
US Democratic senator releases Fusion GPS testimony in Russian Federation probe

The Washington research firm has been under attack by the White House and Republican lawmakers over the dossier , which is central to investigations in Congress and by a federal special counsel into allegations that Russian Federation interfered in the election to help Trump win, and any potential collusion by the Trump campaign.

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