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Both pro-Trump and anti-Trump protesters gathered at AZ state capitol


People there carried on his "Make America Great Again" campaign slogan, marching to a Police and Fire memorial at Trinity Park. The pro-Trump group were asked not to march but insisted they had permits to do so, while those opposing the President's administration had not sought police permission for the counter rally. Read More »

56% of voters disapprove of Republican health care plan


Supporters of the evolving House bill emphasize that this is a three-step process created to get what virtually all conservatives want, a more cost-effective health plan, only they can't muster enough votes, especially in the Senate . "As hundreds of thousands of Coloradans gained health insurance through the Affordable Care Act, known as or Obamacare, Denver built an extensive new system to keep patients healthy, hiring dozens of mental health specialists and nurses, expanding dental ... Read More »

What's Ahead For This Dividend Darling: Vornado Realty Trust (NYSE:VNO)


Barclays PLC downgraded Lexington Realty Trust from an "equal weight" rating to an "underweight" rating and lowered their price target for the company from $11.00 to $10.00 in a report on Monday, January 23rd. If you are viewing this piece of content on another publication, it was illegally stolen and reposted in violation of United States & worldwide trademark and copyright laws. Read More »

Legislative Black Caucus says it supports Aramis Ayala


The legal action from Ayala, who infuriated Scott and other Republican elected officials by announcing last week she would not seek the death penalty in Loyd's case or any others, came after Scott reassigned the case to Brad King , an Ocala-area state attorney who is an outspoken proponent of the death penalty. Read More »

Erdogan says Turkey may hold referendum for European Union accession


People demonstrating in Bern on Saturday against plans to extend Erdogan's powers held up a sign reading "Kill Erdogan with his own weapons" and pictured a pistol aimed at his head. According to the message, there are 2,929,389 Turkish voters overseas who will be able to vote in 119 diplomatic missions of Turkey in 57 countries or at 32 checkpoints of the country. Read More »

Le Pen: I would quit if France rejects eurozone exit


The voting intention figures for Fillon against Le Pen increased by 1 percent, compared to Friday. Le Pen, the leader of France's National Front, has long called for the lifting of sanctions imposed by the United States and the European Union on Russian Federation after it annexed Crimea from Ukraine in 2014. Read More »

Pence: Trump is defender of Israel and Jewish people

U.S. Vice President Mike Pence was scheduled to address the AIPAC conference Sunday in a speech expected to center on warming ties with the Jewish state and support for new U.S. Mr Trump's inflammatory promise - made on the campaign trail - was condemned by the worldwide community, which anxious that such a symbolic move could spark renewed violence in Israel and the Muslim world. Read More »

Former UK chancellor George Osborne named as editor of London Evening Standard


Former chancellor Mr Osborne is facing growing pressure to stand down as the MP for Tatton, in Cheshire - 190 miles from the capital - amid claims of "conflicts of interest". The ex-chancellor was dumped by Theresa May last July after being accused by Brexit supporters of waging a fear campaign to keep Britain in the European Union, has his share of defenders and detractors in the Conservative Party. Read More »

Matchbox Twenty, Counting Crows coming to Darien Lake


Thomas, the frontman for Matchbox Twenty , did a solo tour with Counting Crows last summer with a concert during the Lakeview Amphitheater's inaugural season. Matchbox Twenty has sold more than 30 million records with several hit singles including "Push", "3 am", and "Real World". Their last album was 2013's "North". Read More »

Tripura: Three killed, two injured in BSF firing


Tripura shares an 856-km border with Bangladesh, a portion of which is still unfenced. But started firing when a group of villagers proceeded to rescue her from the jawans, the opened fire and within a few minutes they ran away with the help of other jawans.Meanwhile, the BSF authorities stated they had secret input that a group of 40 members' smugglers were harbouring large number of livestock to smuggle them across the border. Read More »

Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath To Visit Ayodhya Today


Those wanting to visit Kailash Mansarovar and, if they are healthy, we will provide them a financial assistence of Rs 1 lakh each. "The situation has already improved in Gorakhpur and it would soon improve in the state as well", he said. "In two months' time, we will show how governance is done", Yogi said, reminding people that his government would take care of all sections of society, be it the marriage of poor girls or cent per cent purchase of wheat from farmers. Read More »

London attack: Women hold hands to honour bridge victims


Nine people have been released without charge, while a 58-year-old man remains in custody and a 32-year-old woman has been released on bail. Officers carried out a total of 15 searches at various addresses in east London, south London , Brighton, Surrey, Carmarthenshire, Birmingham and Manchester. Read More »

Price check: ACCC to lead Federal Government review into electricity costs


Adding to the problem, the way retailers advertise discounts and deals is complex, confusing and "possibly misleading", the Grattan Institute found, meaning consumers either give up or end up paying higher prices. The components of retail electricity pricing. In a December report the Australian Energy Market Commission said residential electricity prices would rise over the next two years driven largely by significant wholesale cost increases following the closure of the Hazelwood ... Read More »

London attack: Police name Westminster attacker

The retired healthcare worker said: "I am here to show that in a quiet way we continue to go where we like and do what we like in London ". At least 50 people were injured in the attack, in which Masood drove a small SUV onto the crowded sidewalk of Westminster Bridge. Read More »

United Kingdom parliament attack: Police make another arrest in investigation


Five people, including a police officer and the attacker, were killed in the incident for which the Islamic State later took responsibility. The claim couldn't immediately be verified. She said: "I am here to show that in a quiet way we continue to go where we like and do what we like in London ". Ms Hussain (28) said: "I thought I was being a bit over-protective, but then I just thought, "no I can't let her go" and we turned the auto around and I made up an excuse saying the party had ... Read More »

Trump blames party hardliners for health debacle, as more battles loom


White House officials would not provide details about what Trump did at the clubhouse of the Trump National Golf Club in Sterling, Virginia, over the weekend. "I don't give a shit what you guys think", Bannon exclaimed at a Thursday night meeting with the caucus, a source familiar with the meeting said. Trump, for his part, would agree to concessions to the group without thinking about the impact on moderate Republican votes, the same source added. Read More »

USA admits responsibility for Mosul strike that killed scores of civilians

They acknowledged, however, that American airstrikes in Syria and Iraq had been heavier in an effort to press the Islamic State on multiple fronts. Residents of the neighborhood known as Mosul Jidideh told the AP on Friday that scores of residents were believed to have been killed by two air strikes that hit a cluster of homes in the area. Read More »

Iran's Rouhani expected in Moscow Monday


Elaborating on developments in bilateral relations, the president said before the victory of the Islamic revolution, the Iranian government was an ally of the United Sates which was a source of concern for the then Soviet Union. Speaking to reporters at the Tehran airport before his departure to Moscow, the president said the relations between Iran and Russian Federation are not against any third country, IRNA reported. Read More »

Prince Harry And Meghan Markle Are Moving In Together This Summer


The U.S. actress has been a regular visitor to Nottingham Cottage, the two-bedroom "bachelor pad" where Harry now lives at the palace. The source went on to add: "If the basement plans are given the go-ahead then this will free up the rest of Apartment 8 and the whole of Apartment 9, giving Harry the option of moving back into the home where he grew up". Read More »

One dead, 15 injured after Cincinnati nightclub shooting


Cincinnati Mayor John Cranley said there was no evidence of "a terrorist attack", as with last year's Pulse nightclub slaughter in Orlando, Florida that killed 49 people in the deadliest mass shooting in USA history. "We have had incidents here in the past, but this is by far the worst". The federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives was also at the scene. Read More »