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People Trump Attends Ceremonial Swearing-In Of Secretary Of State Pompeo
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A spokesman for the U.S. State Department said the speech was cancelled due to a scheduling conflict, not because Secretary of State Mike Pompeo had frozen all scheduled appearances by department staff. "The American people are counting on us to get this right", said Pompeo, who in his former role as Central Intelligence Agency chief travelled to Pyongyang to meet Kim Jong Un and lay the groundwork for an upcoming summit between Trump and the North Korean leader.

People Arizona Teachers May Finally End Their Week-Long Statewide Strike
Author: 0 Arizona Teachers May Finally End Their Week-Long Statewide Strike

The budget deal could be passed on Wednesday. Backers of the "Invest in Education Act" were collecting signatures to put a $690 million tax increase on high-wage earners before voters in November to provide steady funding for education. Average pay for Arizona elementary school teachers is $40,860 per year; the average is $46,070 for secondary teachers. "They understand that there are people down here who do not care as much about students as they care".

People Charlottesville white supremacist rally participant found guilty of beating black man
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The unrest on the streets of Charlottesville grew out of a rally by white nationalists protesting the removal of a statue of Confederate Gen. Robert E. Mr. Goodwin wore two pins to the rally suggesting racist views, The Post reported: one of the number 88, considered a tribute to Adolf Hitler, and one with the logo of the Traditionalist Worker Party, a white nationalist group.

People Ty Cobb Out, Clinton Impeachment Attorney In As Donald Trump Lead Lawyer
Author: 0 Ty Cobb Out, Clinton Impeachment Attorney In As Donald Trump Lead Lawyer

The president plans to hire Emmet Flood to take his place, who advised Clinton during his impeachment. Flood also served as a White House lawyer during the administration of US President George W. On Tuesday, Trump said it was "disgraceful" that a list of proposed questions drafted in response to Mueller's negotiations with the legal team was "leaked" to the news media.

People Iowa abortion bill could make OBGYN shortage worse
Author: 0 Iowa abortion bill could make OBGYN shortage worse

The measure was passed with almost back-to-back chamber votes along party lines, culminating in approval in the Senate shortly after 2 a.m. It remains on hold amid litigation being considered by the state Supreme Court. The exceptions were a "good thing", Wessel-Kroeschell said, "but you can not put lipstick on this pig and make it better". "Abortions have been around forever since women first started conceiving".

People PM Modi says farmers will be given a special credit card
Author: 0 PM Modi says farmers will be given a special credit card

Speaking about the respect he has for the former prime minister, Modi referred to Deve Gowda as "the son of this land, and a farmer's son". "You can speak in Hindi, English or your mother tongue". Last but not the least, a Karnataka victory would go into the account of Rahul Gandhi whose credentials as a leader would get strengthened and accepted by his friends and foes alike.

People Kasauli Hotelier Shoots Dead Woman Officer Heading SC-Ordered Demolition Drive
Author: 0 Kasauli Hotelier Shoots Dead Woman Officer Heading SC-Ordered Demolition Drive

Still, as teams of the public works department (PWD) begin pulling down an important component of the Narayani Guest House at Mando Matkanda, its owner Vijay Singh (51) fired the gun for a few times. "For what? Money", the bench observed while hearing the plea filed by one of the hotels. "In fact the team was facing problem with the owner of an adjoining hotel".

People PennDOT highlights motorcycle safety, urges riders to take free courses
Author: 0 PennDOT highlights motorcycle safety, urges riders to take free courses

Michigan's motorcycle fatalities dropped by a more modest 6.6 percent, from 152 to 142, in the year-to-year comparison. If you ride a motorcycle, you should also take steps to increase safety as well. This Saturday, TxDOT will be at the Central Texas Airshow in Temple raising awareness for motorcycle safety. "As the weather begins to warm, we'll start to see more motorcyclists out on our roads, and we want to make sure other motorists see them, too", Morgan County Sheriff K.C.

People Young couple murdered in their Pa. home; person of interest sought
Author: 0 Young couple murdered in their Pa. home; person of interest sought

Daniel Kenneth Mooney, 26, was wanted for questioning in the deaths, and in the theft of their Ford Edge SUV, according to the Bucks County District Attorney's Office. Shore would not say what the potential motive was that led to the double murder. The person of interest's Facebook profile states that he left his job as a "Resident" at Dunklin Memorial Church on February 21, 2013.

People Deputy corner: 2 killed in military plane crash
Author: 0 Deputy corner: 2 killed in military plane crash

Air Force officials said the aircraft was a WC-130 - a weather reconnaissance plane typically known as a "hurricane hunter" - from the Puerto Rico Air National Guard 's 156th Airlift Wing. C-130 plane crash near Savannah Hilton Head International Airport. "It was absolutely disgusting", he said. The Savannah Professional Firefighters Association tweeted an image of the wreckage , showing flames and a large plume of smoke, adding: "Military c130 down at 21 and Gulfstream Rd.

People Boy Scouts Under Fire for Removing 'Boy' From Name: 'National Disgrace'
Author: 0 Boy Scouts Under Fire for Removing 'Boy' From Name: 'National Disgrace'

The name change is expected to take effect next February. Stephen Hoitt is the Executive Director Seneca Waterways Council, the local branch of the Boy Scouts of America. The Girl Scouts and the BSA are among several major youth organizations in the US experiencing sharp drops in membership in recent years. "We are, and will remain, the first choice for girls and parents who want to provide their girls opportunities to build new skills.

People More than 100 Uber drivers accused of assault, abuse
Author: 0 More than 100 Uber drivers accused of assault, abuse

The findings by CNN are cases the have happened in the last four years and there are no public records of the happenings, as "analysis comes from an in-depth review of police reports, federal court records and county court databases for 20 major US cities".

People Netanyahu accuses Mahmoud Abbas of anti-Semitism, Holocaust denial
Author: 0 Netanyahu accuses Mahmoud Abbas of anti-Semitism, Holocaust denial

Jason Greenblatt, President Donald Trump's special representative for worldwide negotiations, stated in a tweet that Abbas' remarks "must be unconditionally condemned by all". US Ambassador to Israel David Friedman slammed Palestinian Authority leader Mahmoud Abbas' anti-Semitic rant on Tuesday, implying that it shows that the Palestinians are the ones who do not want to make peace.

People BJP minister refers to Quaid-e-Azam as 'mahapurush'
Author: 0 BJP minister refers to Quaid-e-Azam as 'mahapurush'

Mishra supported Gautam's demand and said Jinnah's portrait should be removed. It is believed that Jinnah's portrait was installed in 1938 before partition. They were then taken away to a police station from where they were later "rescued" by other protesters, AMU student union members said. It also said Gautam has been a member of the University Court for three years but has not raised any objections earlier.

People Loveland soldier killed in Afghanistan
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Spc. Gabriel Conde, 22, of Loveland, Colo., died of small arms fire Monday in Tagab district. US military officials would not clarify on Tuesday Conde's exact role while deployed, but he was part of Operation Freedom's Sentinel, in which the USA military targets terrorist groups in Afghanistan .

People New York Times publishes list of Mueller's questions for Trump
Author: 0 New York Times publishes list of Mueller's questions for Trump

Special counsel Robert Mueller reportedly discussed issuing a subpoena for President Donald Trump . All of that doesn't mean the president won't attempt to fire Mueller; the question becomes, will he try? "These questions show how wide-ranging the investigation is, and how much it is wandering beyond collusion".

People Gunmen attack election commission in Libya
Author: 0 Gunmen attack election commission in Libya

Pictures posted on social media showed thick black smoke billowing from the site of the attack, west of central Tripoli. Four armed assailants attacked the building this morning, a senior security official in Tripoli, Mohamad al-Damja, told AFP .

People Trump asks Twitter for advice on where to meet with North Korea
Author: 0 Trump asks Twitter for advice on where to meet with North Korea

A loudspeaker at a military base near the North-South border in January 2016. Trump has accepted an invitation to meet the North Korean leader. Kim also pledged to invite "experts and journalists" from both South Korea and the U.S.to visit the site to verify the deactivation.

People Not avenging Justice Joseph's Uttarakhand order: Law Minister
Author: 0 Not avenging Justice Joseph's Uttarakhand order: Law Minister

The government on Tuesday rejected suggestions that it turned down the elevation of Uttarakhand High Court Chief Justice KM Joseph to the Supreme Court as he had once overturned the imposition of President's Rule in the state. Justice Joseph, who turns 60 this June, has been the Chief Justice of the Uttarakhand High Court since July 2014. The government had said that the proposal for his name was not in accordance with the top court's parameters and there was adequate representation of ...

People NASA mission to the 'heart' of Mars
Author: 0 NASA mission to the 'heart' of Mars

InSight also measures tectonic activity and meteorite impacts on Mars today. The Mars InSight spacecraft has been tasked to probe the mysteries surrounding the deep interiors of Mars to help scientists better understand its geology and composition.

People Abe: No plan to relocate Tel Aviv embassy
Author: 0 Abe: No plan to relocate Tel Aviv embassy

Abbas stressed that the Palestinian side was and is ready to cooperate for the success of any global effort aimed at coming up with a political process based on United Nations resolutions and the principle of the two-state solution for the establishment of an independent Palestinian state with East Jerusalem as its capital on the 1967 borders.

People Plane passenger deploys emergency slide because it was 'too stuffy'
Author: 0 Plane passenger deploys emergency slide because it was 'too stuffy'

The incident happened after flight 8L9720 had already landed in Nanjiao Airport in Mianyang City in south-western China's Sichuan Province on April 27, having flown from the city of Sanya, capital of South China's Hainan Province. "Before each take-off, flight attendants inform passengers about safety precautions, " PTI Beijing stated the airline as saying. The passenger, who is a bulldozer driver by profession, was traveling on a flight for the first time.

People Dey murder: Chhota Rajan, 8 others guilty, journalist Vora acquitted
Author: 0 Dey murder: Chhota Rajan, 8 others guilty, journalist Vora acquitted

Chota Rajan is now lodged in Tihar Central Jail in New Delhi . The judge also acquitted Paulson Joseph, who was accused of handling the financial operations concerned with the conspiracy. Besides Rajan, eight others have been convicted in the almost seven-year-old case. Bhendi Bazar shootout: Two fresh cases were registered by the CBI in March 2016 against Rajan for allegedly executing murders of two persons Shakeel Modak and Irfan Qureishi by hiring shooters.

People Utah teen's 'racist' prom dress stirs cultural appropriation debate
Author: 0 Utah teen's 'racist' prom dress stirs cultural appropriation debate

On April 21 - the day of the dance - she and her prom group were photographed at the state Capitol. "It's just like blown up, and I was not expecting this", she said . Daum, who just celebrated her 18th birthday, does not have Chinese heritage. She also said that Daum has grown up with a multicultural extended family.

People Iran finds unacceptable United States demands concerning its nuclear program
Author: 0 Iran finds unacceptable United States demands concerning its nuclear program

Among his complaints is the lack of restrictions on Iran's ballistic missile programme and he says it does nothing to halt Iran's support for militant groups in the region. France wants to strengthen its economic partnership "when Brexit destabilises a historic partner of Australia", he explained in reference to Britain.

People Amcu wants August 16 to be workers' day
Author: 0 Amcu wants August 16 to be workers' day

He said that this would allow all workers to be "talking in one voice" rather than "talking against each other and marching against each other". The national minimum wage will be a historic victory for South African workers. The SA Federation of Trade Unions, a breakaway from Cosatu, has recently gained significantly in power in the sector; holding countrywide strikes last week.

People Supreme Court agrees to reconsider `one state, one vote` binding on BCCI
Author: 0 Supreme Court agrees to reconsider `one state, one vote` binding on BCCI

On reforms in BCCI , state units and office-bearers were asked to give suggestions to the amicus curiae on the draft constitution to be approved by the Apex court, ahead of its next hearing on May 11. When one points out the number of no-balls bowled by a north-eastern team in a match, it is an injustice to them. "If Afghanistan , with years of effort and investment, can become a Test playing nation, why not north-eastern states?" It has asked start bodies and the BCCI's office-bearers for ...

People British offshores to disclose their owners
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A debate in the House of Commons, in London, saw the UK government accept an amendment to the Sanctions and Anti-Money Laundering Bill, requiring Bermuda and the other 13 UK Overseas Territories to make their company ownership registers public.

People Supreme Court expresses concern over change of colour of Taj Mahal
Author: 0 Supreme Court expresses concern over change of colour of Taj Mahal

A bench of Justices Madan B. Lokur and Deepak Gupta gave the authorities a week to come up with a clear stand on utilising the services of national or worldwide experts to deal with the ivory-white monument's changing colour. Those bitten by the love bug often visit the Taj Mahal to invigorate their romance. Either it (the Taj) stays or goes. In the last hearing on December 9 the bench had said "We want a broad and inclusive document with a futuristic vision to protect the Taj Mahal as ...

People Police arrest dozens at Paris May Day protests
Author: 0 Police arrest dozens at Paris May Day protests

Paris police chief Michel Delpuech told a news conference late on Tuesday that more than 200 anarchists were arrested and four people, including a police officer, were lightly wounded in the ensuing disturbances. Photos show anarchists marching with flares and banners, before hooded protesters throw missiles at police. "When you come with Molotov cocktails, it's to burn cops", a police union official said, according to Reuters .