Archive For The “Usa” Category

Celine Dion’s special Billboard performance

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“We love you. I’m, like, a year away from a Celine tat”, Drake tells Dion in the clip, gesturing toward the left side of his torso. Prince Jackson, the son of late Michael Jackson, handed Drake the award in Top Artist Category. Cher wowed the crowd at the Billboard Music Awards with an energetic performance…

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President Trump could possibly pick a new FBI director by next week

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President Trump could possibly pick a new FBI director by next week

Trump on Tuesday fired FBI Director James Comey. And they’re not wasting time. The 49-year-old Mr McCabe, a career FBI agent, has taken part in a number of high-profile investigations, including probes into the Boston Marathon bombing in 2013 and the attacks against U.S. installations in Benghazi, Libya in 2012. President Donald Trump’s abrupt firing…

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Trump’s Saudi summit was ‘show with no value’, says Iran’s Rouhani

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Trump’s Saudi summit was ‘show with no value’, says Iran’s Rouhani

Reformist candidates swept municipal elections in Iran’s capital, taking all 21 seats in Tehran as moderate President Hassan Rouhani won a second term, state media reported today. As his victory was announced on Saturday, U.S. President Donald Trump was in Saudi Arabia, Iran’s regional rival, bolstering a coalition of states opposed to the Islamic republic….

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Alabama F Braxton Key withdraws from NBA Draft

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Alabama F Braxton Key withdraws from NBA Draft

Avery Johnson and Crimson Tide fans have some news to celebrate this Tuesday morning, as forward Braxton Key has announced that he is withdrawing from this year’s NBA Draft. The Crimson Tide’s SEC All-Freshman team selection has made a decision to withdraw from the National Basketball Association draft and return to Alabama, he announced on…

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Sheriff: $500M in poppy plants seized in North Carolina

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The field was about an acre located near Claremont, a Catawba County, NC town about 40 miles north of Charlotte. North Carolina deputies executed a search warrant Tuesday morning at a large poppy plant operation in Catawba County, WSOC reports. Opium poppies are used to make some of the world’s most addictive drugs, including heroin…

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Trump asked top intel officials to DENY Russian collusion

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Trump asked top intel officials to DENY Russian collusion

At a hearing before the Senate Armed Services Committee, Coats said Tuesday Russia will be more “unpredictable” in relations with the United States. But the Federal Bureau of Investigation director, who Trump fired two weeks ago, wrote detailed memos on his discussions with the president that were cited in the media reports. He noted that…

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SPLC files lawsuit against Jackson, Yazoo City school districts

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SPLC files lawsuit against Jackson, Yazoo City school districts

A federal lawsuit has been filed by the Southern Poverty Law Center against the state of MS, arguing that the state is violating a 150-year-old law that requires it to provide a “uniform system of free public schools” for all students. “Mississippi has not come close to fulfilling its obligation to ensure a ‘uniform system…

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Special counsel a ‘witch hunt,’ Trump says; Senators briefed on Mueller

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Special counsel a ‘witch hunt,’ Trump says; Senators briefed on Mueller

Reports of a memo said to have been written by Comey details the former FBI director’s discomfort during a meeting with the president in which he asked Comey to “let it go” in regards to the investigation of former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn. Trump has cited Rosenstein’s memo on Comey as contributing to his…

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Trump and the Promise (And Pitfalls) of Mideast Peace

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“Until the Iranian regime is willing to be a partner for peace, all nations of conscience must work together to isolate Iran, deny it funding for terrorism, and pray for the day when the Iranian people have the just and righteous government they deserve”. In this newfound amity, Trump, ever the dealmaker, sees the potential…

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SPLC files lawsuit against Jackson, Yazoo City school districts

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A federal lawsuit has been filed by the Southern Poverty Law Center against the state of MS, arguing that the state is violating a 150-year-old law that requires it to provide a “uniform system of free public schools” for all students. “Mississippi has not come close to fulfilling its obligation to ensure a ‘uniform system…

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