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Trump has vowed to prevent North Korea from being able to hit the United States with a nuclear missile and has said all options are on the table , including a military strike. The U.S. has also directed the nuclear-powered aircraft carrier USS Carl Vinson to enter the waters off the peninsula later in the week. In early April, U.S.
  • V.P. Mike Pence says U.S. will honor refugee deal with Australia

    V.P. Mike Pence says U.S. will honor refugee deal with Australia

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    Pence also confirmed the U.S. would honor a controversial refugee program with Australia that would resettle 1,250 asylum seekers in the U.S. President Trump has described the Obama administration refugee deal as " dumb ". A majority of Australians view Trump unfavorably, and some critics of him have urged Australia to distance itself from the United States in favor of stronger ties with China.
  • Judge won't block Arkansas executions

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    The last-minute wrangling has frustrated Republican Gov. Asa Hutchinson's aggressive timetable for the eight executions, which would be the state's first since 2005. "It is inconceivable that this court, with the facts and the law well established, stays these executions over speculation that the (U.S.) Supreme Court might change the law".
  • Rangers boss Pedro Caixinha: 'We gave Celtic too much respect'

    Rangers boss Pedro Caixinha: 'We gave Celtic too much respect'

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    Goals from Callum McGregor and Scott Sinclair either side of half time saw Brendan Rodgers' side continue their search for a domestic treble. Sinclair, who has 20 league goals to his name this period, then smashed a 51st-minute penalty past Wes Foderingham , as well as the sole sour note to get a Celtic side that controlled the derby was a first half injury to Moussa Dembele.
  • Xi, Trump discuss ties, Korean Peninsula situation on phone

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    China also issued a stern warning earlier this month that a conflict over North Korea could break out "at any moment", as Pyongyang vowed a "merciless" response to any U.S. North Korea has said in a statement that it was ready for a "nuclear war" against the United States if President Donald Trump attacked Pyongyang. Trump has reportedly settled on a strategy that emphasizes increasing pressure on North Korea with the help of China.
  • IPhone 8 slips out with bezel-free screen and fingerprint reading glass

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    This bodes well for Apple, as it suggests that the number of iPhone owners in the market for an upgrade is larger today than it's ever been before. If it doesn't manage to overcome the problem in time, it could delay the availability of the iPhone 8 till it does, get rid of Touch ID altogether in favor of iris/facial recognition, or shift the fingerprint scanner to the rear.
  • First female Boston Marathon runner does it again 50 years later

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    In an effort of solitude and a jab at the Atlanta Falcons, someone near the finish line had a sign that showed the Patriots-Falcons Super Bowl score in the third quarter. After she crossed the finish line, the Boston Athletic Association retired her bib number. “Im my own worst critic, but my critique document is still blank.”.
  • Mexico will 'eventually' pay for border wall

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    He tweeted, "Eventually, but at a later date so we can get started early, Mexico will be paying, in some form, for the badly needed border wall". BORDER WALL Trump says he expects Mexico to pay for the wall he has promised to build along the southern border, resuscitating a campaign promise that roiled USA relations with Mexico in the first week of his presidency.
  • Outage leaves 90000 without power

    Outage leaves 90000 without power

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    A firefighter works on a fire extinguisher outside a Pacific Gas and Electric (PG&E) substation after a fire broke out in San Francisco , California, U.S., April 21, 2017 . A waiter takes an order as patrons sit in the dark during a power outage at Swan Oyster Depot in San Fransisco on April 21, 2017. By 2 p.m., an hour after the company said it hoped to restore power to most customers, almost 74,000 were still without electricity, the utility's online outage map showed.
  • Justice Neil Gorsuch's First Day on the Job

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    Citing a section of the Civil Service Reform Act, he asked Landau where in the statute does it say federal district courts may hear cases involving both discrimination and civil service claims. Gorsuch will participate in two other arguments on Monday. Alito added; "The one thing about this case that seems perfectly clear to me is that nobody who is not a lawyer, and no ordinary lawyer, could read these statutes and figure out what they are supposed to do".