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Mexico's new president-elect, however, said in an interview Friday that he has agreed to push the American side to make a deal with Canada . Trudeau's office didn't respond to requests Wednesday and Thursday about whether the prime minister sought sideline discussions with the president.
  • Brett Kavanaugh-Christine Blasey Ford Testify in Hearing

    Brett Kavanaugh-Christine Blasey Ford Testify in Hearing

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    Kavanaugh has denied that he ever sexually assaulted anyone. Hogan's opponent in the November election, Democrat Ben Jealous, went further, saying Kavanaugh should not be confirmed. She is referencing the hiring of Rachel Mitchell , an expert on sex crimes prosecution, by Senate Judiciary Committee Republicans to question embattled Kavanaugh and Ford.
  • No, you weren't hallucinating Lindsey Graham's ferocious tirade

    No, you weren't hallucinating Lindsey Graham's ferocious tirade

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    She also said that Kavanaugh's friend, Mark Judge, witnessed the alleged assault and at times egged Kavanaugh on. Lindsey Graham who elevated the anger in the room to its highest point of the day, calling his Democratic colleagues, he said, for playing risky political games and, turning to his fellow Republicans , imploring them to vote for Kavanaugh or else risk "legitimizing the most despicable thing I've seen in politics".
  • Everybody on plane survives crash landing in Pacific lagoon

    Everybody on plane survives crash landing in Pacific lagoon

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    All passengers were reportedly rescued safely from Air Niugini's partially submerged Boeing 737-800. "We don't really know what happened. people were rescued by boats". The fleet includes Boeing 767 and 737 jets for worldwide routes, according to the airline, as well as Fokker F-100 aircraft, Q400 and Dash 8 aircraft for challenging local terrain.
  • World leaders actually laughed at Donald Trump's United Nations speech brags

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    In May, Republican Trump withdrew the United States from the deal to put curbs on Iran's nuclear program in exchange for easing sanctions. "The most important substance of the discussion is that almost all other council members reiterated their commitment to preserving the Joint Comprehensive Program of Action, despite US opposition, while several members (notably UK, France, Netherlands, Sweden) expressed their strong concern about Iran's other destabilizing activities", said Thomas ...
  • President Trump says he may delay meeting with Rosenstein

    President Trump says he may delay meeting with Rosenstein

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    In his capacity at the Justice Department, Rosenstein also oversees special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation into Russia's interference in the 2016 presidential election. The Post confirmed earlier reporting that the DOJ had a statement ready announcing Rosenstein's departure, and apparently the Deputy AG was so concerned about President Donald Trump that at one point he "told the White House he was willing to quit if President Trump wouldn't disparage him".
  • 'Willing' To Meet Maduro After Imposing Sanctions On His Inner Circle

    'Willing' To Meet Maduro After Imposing Sanctions On His Inner Circle

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    He made a point of saying he was accompanied by his wife, Cilia Flores, who was sanctioned Tuesday by the U.S. Treasury, which also seized a plane belonging to a Maduro ally. But it does not materially change Washington's efforts to pressure Socialist Party stalwarts who have shown no willingness to hand over power or negotiate a transition.
  • Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh faces fresh allegations

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    He denies having a "sexual or physical encounter of any kind" with Ford. President Donald Trump expressed frustration Wednesday with Senate Republicans over the delays with Judge Brett Kavanaugh's Supreme Court nomination, saying "they could have pushed it through two and a half weeks ago".
  • Australia joins bid to rescue injured Indian sailor in remote ocean

    Australia joins bid to rescue injured Indian sailor in remote ocean

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    Mr Tomy had been taking part in an around the world solo sailing competition - the Golden Globe Race - when his yacht Thuriya lost its mast in a storm on Friday. Gregor McGuckin, 32, from Dublin had been nearly 2,000 miles south west of Perth in western Australia, taking part in the Golden Globe Race, when he became dismasted.
  • Key Republican senators go cold on Kavanaugh

    Key Republican senators go cold on Kavanaugh

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    The attorney for another woman who has accused Kavanaugh of sexual misconduct says the Senate Judiciary Committee has not invited her to tell her story. I've been on the committee for 24 years, and I've never seen it before. John Cornyn, the second-ranking Republican. He and Ford are scheduled to testify on Thursday.
  • Aadhaar verdict big victory for pro-poor Modi govt: BJP

    Aadhaar verdict big victory for pro-poor Modi govt: BJP

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    Advocates say it has granted hundreds of millions of Indians a unique identity document in a country where only 58% of births are registered. Aadhaar Act liable to be struck down as being violative of Art 110. "No mobile company can demand Aadhaar card", said the said. Justice Sikri struck down Section 57 which permitted private entities to avail Aadhaar data from individuals and ruled that Aadhaar authentication data can not be stored for more than six months.
  • At UN, unrepentant Donald Trump set to rattle foes, friends alike

    At UN, unrepentant Donald Trump set to rattle foes, friends alike

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    At last year's address to the United Nations. "I think it makes very appropriate reciprocal confidence-building measures", said Eric Gomez, a security analyst at the Cato Institute, a USA libertarian think tank. Trump also says he's "excited" to be signing a new trade deal with South Korea. Trump and Kim met for an unprecedented summit on Jun 12, and Trump has been keen on a second meeting, even though some USA officials and most analysts say Pyongyang has yet to show it is prepared to ...