• Robert Mueller raises possibility of Trump subpoena, says former Trump lawyer
Robert Mueller raises possibility of Trump subpoena, says former Trump lawyer

President Donald Trump lashed out against the Russian Federation investigation in a familiar fashion Wednesday, and said "at some point" he would have "no choice but to use the powers granted to the Presidency and get involved!" Some of them have asked for an unredacted version of a Justice Department document that sets out the scope for Mueller'...

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  • Minnesota woman accused of being 'Killer Grandma' extradited to Florida
Minnesota woman accused of being 'Killer Grandma' extradited to Florida

A Florida judge ruled Sunday morning that the Minnesota grandmother accused of two murders will be held without bond until this week's pre-trial detention hearing. A towel was placed on the floor to seal the door, authorities said. The documents also say that while there's no record of Riess renting or owning a condo at Marina Village, there was ...

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  • 10-year-old boy dies after climbing into dryer while playing hide-and-seek
10-year-old boy dies after climbing into dryer while playing hide-and-seek

The distraught mother of the boy, Christina Rodriguez, cried to ABC 13 : 'I don't know what happened'. Fernando Hernandez Jr ., a third grade student at Harris Elementary School in Houston , was found unconscious in a dryer on Friday after a game of hide-and-seek and Nerf gun wars, KTRK-TV in Houston reported .

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  • In Armenia began to elect a new Prime Minister
In Armenia began to elect a new Prime Minister

Many political observers said it was highly likely that the hugely popular protest leader would be elected prime minister - a whirlwind development that was unimaginable just a few weeks ago in the poor South Caucasus country of 2.9 million people.

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  • Calcutta High Court will decide Bengal panchayat date
Calcutta High Court will decide Bengal panchayat date

At the end of the hearing, Justice Talukdar said May 14 could be a tentative date not the final one. PDS counsel Sabyasachi Chatterjee said: "According to election rules, there should be a clear gap of at least 21 days between the last date of filing nominations (April 23) and the poll date".

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  • After 2nd Day At Capitol, Some Arizona Teachers Prepared To Keep Striking
After 2nd Day At Capitol, Some Arizona Teachers Prepared To Keep Striking

As with many other younger teachers, student loans eat at her income. The number of protesters was down to less than 10,000 Friday, from the 75,000 who marched on Thursday, as the Arizona Education Association did nothing to mobilize teachers.

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  • Kavinder Gupta calls Kathua rape 'minor incident', draws flak
Kavinder Gupta calls Kathua rape 'minor incident', draws flak

He specifically referred to the village in Kathua where an eight-year-old was gang-raped and murdered. "I said there are other issues also and we should keep faith in judiciary and incidents like Kathua should not happen again", he said. Following his promotion, Times Now questioned Jasrotia if he was rewarded for attending the rally organised by...

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  • Fire lights up downtown Sao Paulo in 26-storey building blaze
Fire lights up downtown Sao Paulo in 26-storey building blaze

Then squatters moved in; an Associated Press investigation previous year found about 350 families living there. Local media on Tuesday reported that only around 50 were now living there. Footage shows the building crumbling to the ground after it exploded in a huge ball of fire and smoke. "Fifteen or 20 minutes later the building fell".

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  • Millennial Support for Democrats Slips 9 Points in Two years
Millennial Support for Democrats Slips 9 Points in Two years

Newly reunited state Senate Democrats are calling on their Republican counterparts to support measures aimed at improving voter turnout in NY. The outlet said such a caveat "presents a potential problem for Democrats" who need to gain 23 seats in order to nab control of the U.S.

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  • The attacks in Nigeria: dozens killed
The attacks in Nigeria: dozens killed

The blast occurred Tuesday afternoon while worshippers were holding Zuhr (Afternoon) prayer. The blasts in the town of Mubi are believed to have been carried out by Boko Haram insurgents. The sale of the aircraft was previously blocked by the Obama administration after the Nigerian air force mistakenly bombed a camp for people displaced by Boko H...

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  • Dominican Republic Switches Diplomatic Allegiance from Taiwan to China
Dominican Republic Switches Diplomatic Allegiance from Taiwan to China

The Caribbean nation switched allegiance to China after being offered the money in investments, financial assistance and low-interest loans, Taiwan claimed. Ex-foreign minister David Lee visited again in July 2017, shortly after Panama switched recognition to Beijing . The Communist Party considers Taiwan a province and has criticized Tsai's ...

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  • Russian fighter jet made unprofessional intercept American aircraft P-8
Russian fighter jet made unprofessional intercept American aircraft P-8

The representative of naval forces of the United States of America in Europe, Zach Harrell declined to comment on the incident, saying that "the ships and aircraft of the U.S. The encounter lasted two hours and 40 minutes, Kunze said. The intercept was described by the US Navy as safe. The State Department accused the Russians of "flagrantly vi...

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  • President Xi Jinping greets China on International Labour Day
President Xi Jinping greets China on International Labour Day

Why is Labour Day associated with May Day? On this day nearly every company around the world declares a holiday. International Labour Day, also known as International Worker's Day or May Day is observed every year globally to promote and encourage the international labour associations.

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  • Inflation puts pressure on Fed to raise rates
Inflation puts pressure on Fed to raise rates

The core PCE price index increased by 1.9% in the year to March, a significant increase from the previous month's 1.6% gain and is the fastest inflation rate since February 2017. "We're pretty much back to where we were at the beginning of the year, so a lot of the dollar weakness has been pretty much wiped out", said Sireen Harajli, foreign exchan...

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  • UNSC team meets Suu Kyi over Rohingya
UNSC team meets Suu Kyi over Rohingya

In Myanmar, they met separately with Myanmar government leader Aung San Suu Kyi and military commander-in-chief Min Aung Hlaing. Theplomats are slated to head to northern Rakhine state on Tuesday. Pyone Kaythi Naing, a National League for Democracy lawmaker in the lower house of the national parliament, said the diplomats had planned to meet with...

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  • Mueller Gives Trump a List of Questions
Mueller Gives Trump a List of Questions

Trump's outrage comes after a list of four dozen questions covering a wide range of topics Mueller wants to ask the president about was leaked to the New York Times . "At this stage of an investigation, it'd be highly unusual to let an ordinary client testify", Giuliani told the New York Times . Trump did suggest to the Russian ambassador that ...

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  • Pulwama Gunfight: Civilian loses life while saving militants
Pulwama Gunfight: Civilian loses life while saving militants

Following a tip-off about the presence of some militants in Drabgham area by local sources, the Security forces launched a cordon and search operation (CASO). Police sources said he was a stone-pelter before he became a militant. Amid the encounter, surging crowds clashed with the security forces. A civilian was killed when security forces tried ...

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  • United Kingdom government suffers Brexit defeat
United Kingdom government suffers Brexit defeat

Peers voted by 335 votes to 244 in favour of an amendment to the EU Withdrawal Bill despite government warnings that the vote would put Britain at a disadvantage in negotiations with the EU. Speaking ahead of Mr Barnier visiting both sides of the Irish border, Arlene Foster told the BBC: "Michel Barnier's trying to present himself as someone who ca...

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  • Porn star Stormy Daniels files defamation lawsuit against Trump
Porn star Stormy Daniels files defamation lawsuit against Trump

The lawsuit is over an April 18 tweet by the president that said a forensic sketch of a man who allegedly threatened Daniels over the alleged affair - whose real name is Stephanie Clifford - in 2011 was a " total con job ". Zervos had accused Trump of kissing her against her will and groping her at a meeting about a possible job, and that he defame...

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  • Imran thankful to public for successful Lahore rally
Imran thankful to public for successful Lahore rally

Having euphoric sense of political victory after successful rally at Minar-e-Pakistan, elated Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf ( PTI ) chief Imran Khan on Monday asserted goal of rally was to slash the perception that masses were unhappy with courts' verdict and to lay out 11-point agenda before nation.

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