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He made the announcement on Wednesday, saying he wanted to spend more time with his family after 30 years on the top court. State legislators have taken different approaches over the years, from limiting the circumstances in which women can have abortions, to limiting how abortions may be performed, to piling on hurdles that women must go through.
  • Obama Blasts Trump For 'Ripping Children From Their Parents' Arms'

    Obama Blasts Trump For 'Ripping Children From Their Parents' Arms'

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    Two people close to Homeland Security Secretary Nielsen said early Wednesday that she was the driving force behind the plan to keep families together after they are detained crossing the border illegally. In May, the Department of Justice adopted the zero-tolerance policy in which anyone caught entering the USA illegally is criminally prosecuted. The order directs the US Justice Department to seek a modification of a court order to permit families that enter the United States illegally to be ...
  • President Trump Slams Mainstream Media Over N. Korea Summit Coverage

    President Trump Slams Mainstream Media Over N. Korea Summit Coverage

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    North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un has returned to North Korea after a series of meetings with Chinese President Xi Jinping during a two-day trip to Beijing . That Kim met with both Secretary of State and President Trump , to whom he delivered a letter from the North Korean chairman. Gawking pedestrians watched the passing motorcade that included Kim's limousine - a black Mercedes-Benz Maybach with gold emblems on the rear doors.
  • Fox board to meet on Comcast's $65B bid

    Fox board to meet on Comcast's $65B bid

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    Fox stockholders would receive 27.45% of a Disney share for every Fox share they own. The improved offer came as 21st Century Fox board was set to decide whether to back Comcast's bid for assets that include Fox's film and television studios and worldwide businesses.
  • USA withdraws from UN Human Rights Council

    USA withdraws from UN Human Rights Council

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    That's a nine-day narrative, though; the insistence of the UN in having the worst of the world's human-rights abusers sit in judgment on others is an ongoing stain on the United Nations . Haley has warned the council previous year that the United States would withdraw from the council if changes were not made. The move would follow through on last year's threat by the USA ambassador to the UN Nikki Haley to leave if certain reforms were not adopted, including the expulsion of countries ...
  • Tear gas explosion at Caracas club kills 17 people: minister

    Tear gas explosion at Caracas club kills 17 people: minister

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    Tear gas device detonated as middle school graduation party descends into a brawl and sets off a stampede . "We send our condolences to the families", Reverol said. The incident has taken place at Los Cotorros club in the capital of Venezuela, Caracas. Jesus Armas, an opposition councilman who lives close by, said the government should explain how a civilian had a tear gas grenade that should only be used by security forces.
  • Donald Trump says he will not let United States become 'migrant camp'

    Donald Trump says he will not let United States become 'migrant camp'

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    Ms Conway, however, put the onus on Democrats , saying if there are serious about overhauling the system, "they'll come together again and try to close these loopholes and get real immigration reform". But, as often is his practice, said nothing about such details as, what happens to the children of those who are charged and held? Adults apprehended after crossing the border outside an official port of entry are to be arrested and prosecuted under Sessions' decree, which leads to their ...
  • 3 confirmed dead in powerful Osaka quake

    3 confirmed dead in powerful Osaka quake

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    A strong quake knocked over walls and set off scattered fires around metropolitan Osaka in western Japan this morning, killing at least three people and injuring dozens. Passengers from a train walk along railroad tracks following an natural disaster in Osaka on June 18, 2018. In the hours following, more than 170,000 homes remained without power in Osaka, while almost 700 Hyogo households were left in the dark, Kansai Electric Power Company told NHK .
  • 2 feared dead, others hurt after quake hits Osaka, Japan

    2 feared dead, others hurt after quake hits Osaka, Japan

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    The strongest shaking was in an area north of Osaka city, the agency said. The Nuclear Regulation Authority said it had detected no problems at any of the region's atomic power plants. Kansai also said more than 170,000 households were without power in Osaka and neighbouring Hyogo prefecture. "My parents suffered a blackout and they have no water".
  • South Carolina's Mark Sanford Falls in GOP Primary

    South Carolina's Mark Sanford Falls in GOP Primary

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    Real estate investor Danny Tarkanian, whose father Jerry coached a legendary University of Las Vegas basketball team, was given a sixth shot at elected office by Republicans in Nevada's 3rd Congressional District. Harry Reid . Angle, who lost to Reid in her 2010 bid for Senate, lost her primary challenge to Rep. Mark Amodei on Tuesday . Trump was referencing Sanford's previous sex scandal when he tweeted of the congressman: "He is MIA and nothing but trouble".
  • Melania Trump makes surprise statement on migrant child separations

    Melania Trump makes surprise statement on migrant child separations

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    Melania Trump "hates to see children separated from their families", the first lady's office said Sunday in what the Guardian describes as "a rare statement at odds with her husband's policy". Clinton likewise spoke out, suggesting that Trump was using the widely condemned practice to leverage Democrats into accepting immigration limits in legislation they would otherwise oppose.
  • Houthi Forces Claim Missile Strike off Port of Hodeidah

    Houthi Forces Claim Missile Strike off Port of Hodeidah

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    Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates and other allies intervened in Yemen in 2015 to push back the rebels and restore the internationally recognized government to power after the Houthis ousted it from swathes of the country including the capital Sanaa.