• Police look for man in Trump protest shooting

    Police look for man in Trump protest shooting

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    Angry crowds gathered once again outside the 58-story Trump Tower, the President-elect's home in NY. Ashley Lynne Nagel, 27, said she joined a Thursday night demonstration in Denver. The vehicle traveled about 100 feet east on the bridge, Hall said, and was stopped by protesters. In New York City, hundreds of people gathered in Washington Square Park for a "love rally" late Friday, then set out for Manhattan's Union Square, a traditional destination for political marches, about 1 ...
  • Donald Trump calls protests after United States presidential election 'unfair'

    Donald Trump calls protests after United States presidential election 'unfair'

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    Now professional protesters, incited by the media, are protesting. In the early morning hours on Friday, Trump followed with another tweet remarking on the "passion" of the protesters. The Oregonian reported on the third night of protests that it began as a peaceful march but quickly turned violent after anarchist groups arrived armed with baseball bats smashing vehicle and storefront windows.
  • Donald Trump open to amending Obamacare

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    He said that while the bill would be repealed and replaced, the changes would provide Americans with "great healthcare for much less money". Besides health care, Trump said his initial focus would be on the economy, mentioning the possibility of imposing tariffs on imports of goods from U.S.
  • Thousands march to Capitol to protest Trump being elected president

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    Then, early on Wednesday, students at four different high schools in Berkeley and San Jose, California, left their classrooms and staged peaceful walkouts on campus, SF Gate reports. MINNEAPOLIS (AP) - Hundreds of high school students have rallied against President-elect Donald Trump in downtown Minneapolis. Carlmont junior Rhea Subramanian said, "I think that these walkouts are perfectly justified, but the students need to realize that Trump was democratically elected".
  • Iraqi forces push deeper into east Mosul

    Iraqi forces push deeper into east Mosul

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    Gunfire echoed across the village of Gogjali on Mosul's eastern edge as elite Iraqi forces worked to clear the area. Mosul is the last major IS stronghold in Iraq, and expelling the militant group from it would be a major blow to the survival of its self-declared "caliphate" that stretches into Syria.
  • Vice President-elect Pence to lead Trump's transition team

    Vice President-elect Pence to lead Trump's transition team

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    In other words, when it comes to social policy, the United States could end up looking as much like Pence's America as Trump's, and that's an outcome LGBT rights advocates need to be prepared for. "The Trump high command felt like the president-elect needed to get control of his transition", this person said. Though Trump said in his victory speech in the early hours Wednesday that his will be a government for all Americans, the first to be mentioned for important posts in the Cabinet are ...
  • Google says Chrome now has 2 billion active users

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    To open the summit, VP of Chrome Engineering, Darin Fisher reported on the state of the Chrome browser as it pertains to installs across all platforms. With the number of users continuing to grow, Chrome developers push forward to improve their browser with enhancements for speed, security, memory usage and much more.
  • Narendra Modi travels on bullet train

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    The pact was signed by Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and his Indian counterpart Narendra Modi after their meeting here. The nuclear agreement will also enable US-based players with Japanese investments including Westinghouse Electric Corporation and GE Energy Inc to set up atomic plants in India.
  • Diplomat says Trump campaign and Russian Federation were in communication

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    In an interview , Ryabkov said the contacts were "seemingly obvious things" made under "natural circumstances". Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin are "very much alike.in their basic approaches toward global affairs", Dmitry Peskov told the Associated Press, adding that both leaders put their respective countries first and both said they were ready to make sure the United States and Russian Federation have good relations.