• Trump travel ban: Policy adviser attacks USA federal appeals court

    Trump travel ban: Policy adviser attacks USA federal appeals court

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    US National Security Adviser Michael Flynn reportedly had secret discussions with Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak about sanctions the outgoing administration of President Barack Obama imposed on Moscow late a year ago. "Yes, General Flynn does enjoy the full confidence of the president", Kellyanne Conway, counselor to the president, said on MSNBC on Monday afternoon.
  • Two killed in fiery Lamborghini crash at Las Vegas supercar experience

    Two killed in fiery Lamborghini crash at Las Vegas supercar experience

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    A client at a track-day experience in Las Vegas apparently lost control and crashed a Lamborghini into a wall on Sunday, killing himself and the driving instructor in the passenger's seat, the Las Vegas Sun reports. It has been confirmed that the federal Occupational Safety and Health Administration will investigate the incident and until these investigations are completed, full details surrounding the crash won't be known.
  • Phillips 66: Worker Unaccounted for After Louisiana Pipeline Explosion

    Phillips 66: Worker Unaccounted for After Louisiana Pipeline Explosion

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    Officials in St. Charles Parish said they began receiving calls Thursday about an explosion and fire at the Phillips 66 pipeline station at Paradis (PAIR'-ah-dee), west of New Orleans. At one point, 60 nearby homes had been evacuated. Pipeline workers were cleaning the equipment when it exploded. "The pipeline has been blocked in and the remaining product in the line continues to burn", the company said in its statement.
  • Melania Trump to preserve Michelle Obama's vegetable garden at the White House

    Melania Trump to preserve Michelle Obama's vegetable garden at the White House

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    And for her final tweet on Saturday, Melania shared a photo showing her and Abe in a corridor area while touring the Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens, as the two women look relaxed and at ease. But the former model has now settled the "will she or won't she" talk once and for all by making several major staffing announcements and revealing plans over the past few weeks for her role as America's FLOTUS.
  • Lance Armstrong set to face £80m lawsuit

    Lance Armstrong set to face £80m lawsuit

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    The government joined the case in 2013 after the seven-time Tour de France victor admitted using performance-enhancing drugs. The case, which was brought by Armstrong's former teammate Floyd Landis and the USA federal government, alleges that Armstrong and his team's owner Tailwind Sports, along with team directeur sportif Johan Bruyneel, violated the False Claims Act (FCA).
  • Playboy is publishing nude photos again

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    In another nod to Playboy's pedigree, the "Party Jokes" feature is also back in the March/April issue, available online now and at newsstands February 28. Playboy's circulation has dropped from its peak 5.6 million in the 1970s to below 700,000 a year ago. To Cooper Hefner's credit, the 25-year-old heir says he was averse to the decision to cut nudity from the start.
  • NES Classic Edition May Be Discontinued

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    The NES Classic has been selling out on store shelves left and right since it first came out in November 2016, and Nintendo was never really able to keep up with demand. But despite the fun of playing other games with the Nintendo NES Classic the legal implications of using an unsanctioned program on a gaming console may strike fear in many law-abiding players.
  • Hundreds gather in Milwaukee for 'Day without Latinos' march

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    Voces de la Frontera, a Wisconsin-based immigrant rights organization, organized the march, which brought together immigrants and supporters from varying backgrounds. The crowd hoisted both Mexican and American flags Monday as it made its way downtown to the county courthouse. And his next re-election bid isn't until 2018.
  • The Trump Administration in One Photo

    The Trump Administration in One Photo

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    Those photos have now been seen around the world, providing photographic proof of this unusual moment. "It was fascinating to watch the flurry of activity at dinner when the news came that North Korea had launched a missile in the direction of Japan", the user, apparently with a direct view of the president during his dinner, posted on Facebook.
  • Canada's Trudeau meets with Trump in Washington

    Canada's Trudeau meets with Trump in Washington

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    At a news conference on Friday, Trudeau said he would seek to "defend and demonstrate Canadian values", but do so "respectfully and not from an ideological standpoint". Experts have said they expect the meeting to be a somewhat awkward one, given the stark contrast in the two leaders' political leanings. Trump went in for his famous "yank", and Trudeau smoothly avoided it like a boss.