• Sinclair Broadcast Group Weaponizing News Anchors For Trump's Ongoing Battle With Reality
Sinclair Broadcast Group Weaponizing News Anchors For Trump's Ongoing Battle With Reality

The script said "some outlets publish fake stories without checking facts first, and some people in the media push their own biases to control exactly what people think". ABC News did not immediately receive a comment from Sinclair about the Deadspin video, but an internal memo that Livingston sent on Monday was obtained by CNN .

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  • Canada could resettle some African asylum seekers rejected by Israel
Canada could resettle some African asylum seekers rejected by Israel

The Israeli prime minister's reversal came after a backlash from right-wing politicians and some residents of southern Tel Aviv , where many Eritreans and Sudanese have settled. The area of southern Tel Aviv , where many reside, is "economically challenged" with "unemployment and social tension", UNHCR spokesperson William Spindler told Huf...

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  • US Rep. Elizabeth Esty to leave Congress at end of term
US Rep. Elizabeth Esty to leave Congress at end of term

Esty had come under pressure to resign after reports by the Connecticut Post and The Washington Post revealed that Esty allowed her then-chief of staff, Tony Baker, to remain on the job in May 2016 despite knowledge of allegations that he physically harmed and threatened to "kill" another staffer.

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  • Dutch lawyer sentenced in Mueller probe
Dutch lawyer sentenced in Mueller probe

But Monday night's filing , which includes long arguments about the role of a special counsel, says that Acting Attorney General Rod Rosenstein , in charge of the matter after the recusal of Attorney General Jeff Sessions, spelled out explicitly that the alleged crimes could be connected.

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  • Russian Federation accuses United Kingdom, allies of
Russian Federation accuses United Kingdom, allies of "playing children's games" over ex-spy poisoning

British authorities say his daughter is conscious and talking. On Tuesday, a senior Russian diplomat offered another explanation. But the assassins knew the nerve agent would be identified, and knew it would be linked to Russian Federation, the officials said.

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  • Okla., Kentucky schools close as teachers demand better pay
Okla., Kentucky schools close as teachers demand better pay

Kentucky teachers were primarily protesting proposed changes to pension benefits and demanding more funding for public education. The rally was organized in response to a bill passed last Thursday by state lawmakers altering the pension benefits structure for new teachers.

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  • Putin launches Turkey nuclear project, vows faster arms delivery
Putin launches Turkey nuclear project, vows faster arms delivery

Their meeting in Ankara opened with Putin and Erdogan , via video conference, talking about the construction of a nuclear power station in the Mediterranean Mersin region, a $20 billion project that will come online in half a decade.

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  • French SNCF rail strike to defy Macron labour reforms
French SNCF rail strike to defy Macron labour reforms

Three out of four Eurostar trains to London and Brussels will run and the Thalys train towards Belgium and the Netherlands will operate nearly as normal, but there will be none at all towards Spain, Italy and Switzerland. "Together! Yeah!" This slogan goes back to the victorious struggle of 1995 when the railroad workers beat back the government of...

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  • K-pop doesn't mean Kim Jong-un pop, or does it?
K-pop doesn't mean Kim Jong-un pop, or does it?

He visited the South last month as the chief of the North's high-level delegation to the closing ceremony of the PyeongChang Winter Olympics. Graham said he would be skeptical about the terms and conditions of the summit, but he does hope the president will meet with the North Korean leader.

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  • Pinwheels represent Texas victims of child abuse
Pinwheels represent Texas victims of child abuse

April was first declared Child Abuse Prevention Month by presidential proclamation in 1983. A pinwheel garden was planted in Jackson's Austin Blair Park Monday to raise awareness about child abuse prevention. The victim told the detective that the abuse happened a couple of times and physically hurt him. All hotline calls are routed to the co...

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  • Two new studies show how marijuana can help fight the opioid epidemic
Two new studies show how marijuana can help fight the opioid epidemic

Response: Some undesirable consequences of marijuana liberalization policies, such as pediatric marijuana intoxication, marijuana addiction, marijuana-related crimes, marijuana-influenced driving impairments, and marijuana-related environmental issues, are worth investigating in the future and taken into consideration in policy discussion.

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  • Air traffic control upgrade could delay London flights
Air traffic control upgrade could delay London flights

Officials said there were "no safety implications", and air traffic controllers were not directly affected. In a statement on Tuesday, the organisation said: "Today 29,500 flights were expected in the European network". This will be raised to 90% of maximum capacity for the following 10 days. Schiphol in Amsterdam, Helsinki, and Dublin airports...

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  • Gaza protests fade for now, but both sides brace for more
Gaza protests fade for now, but both sides brace for more

Amos Gilad, a retired senior defence official, accused Hamas on Monday of cynically exploiting civilians, alleging the group "wants headlines through blood". In response to Hamas rule, Israel and Egypt enforced a crippling blockade of Gaza's borders. Israel accuses Hamas, with whom it has fought three wars since 2008, of using the protest as cove...

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  • 'Several children' among dead in air strike on Yemeni port
'Several children' among dead in air strike on Yemeni port

UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres launched the funding drive at a conference in Geneva aiming to raise $2.96 billion (2.4 billion euros) for this year. Rights watchdog Human Rights Watch on Monday said the Houthi attack had violated the laws of war by indiscriminately targeting populated areas. The Saudi Press Agency (SPA) quoted coalition ...

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  • Kansas authorities pick up Schlitterbahn co-owner to face murder charge
Kansas authorities pick up Schlitterbahn co-owner to face murder charge

Schooley has been charged with second-degree murder . He will be held pending arraignment and transfer to Kansas City. It was the top draw at Schlitterbahn Waterpark in Kansas City, Kansas since its debut two years before. All are charged with multiple counts of aggravated battery and aggravated endangering a child in connection with injuries to o...

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  • Defunct space lab mostly burns up on re-entry
Defunct space lab mostly burns up on re-entry

Tiangong 1 was launched in 2011 and ended service in 2016 after completing its mission. It said in a statement it had confirmed re-entry in coordination with counterparts in Australia, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, South Korea and Britain.

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  • City must prioritise Liverpool over Man United
City must prioritise Liverpool over Man United

Mane, Firmino - all three are nearly unstoppable. "Be cool", said Klopp. Going into the Champions League quarters against Manchester City , Klopp feels that sticking to his guns will give him and his side an advantage against a dominant City side.

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  • U.S. to release China product list for tariff this week
U.S. to release China product list for tariff this week

A number of US agriculture firms have warned they could be caught in the middle of a trade war, particularly if Trump follows through on threats against China and Mexico. Trump has for years accused the Chinese government of unfair trade practices, which he says put USA companies at a disadvantage. In the meantime, Treasury Secretary Steven M...

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  • Prince Philip pulls out of Easter Sunday church service due to illness
Prince Philip pulls out of Easter Sunday church service due to illness

George's Chapel in Windsor. The 96-year-old has missed three events in 10 days, sparking fresh fears his hip problem could be more serious than it first appeared. Harry and Meghan were not at the service, with Kensington Palace describing their weekend plans as "private". Princess Beatrice, 29, had a faux pas when she failed to curtsy the Quee...

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  • Big UFC 223 Main Event Change As Tony Ferguson Injured
Big UFC 223 Main Event Change As Tony Ferguson Injured

Ferguson confirmed the injury, posting on Instagram that he "had an accident on a studio set that tore a ligament in my knee". Featherweight champion Max Holloway will fight Nurmagomedov for the lightweight title in Brooklyn on Saturday.

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