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Ms Ocasio-Cortez posted on Twitter after Ms Gillibrand's endorsement that the NY senator "didn't even bother to talk to nor consider me before endorsing". "Democratic Party is a big tent kind of party", she said. She won handily, 57 percent to 42 percent, despite being outspent 10-1 and nearly immediately went from an obscure primary challenger to one of the most recognizable faces in American politics.
  • 'We care': Family separation protest flood U.S. cities

    'We care': Family separation protest flood U.S. cities

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    The British Broadcasting Corporation reports that there are protests in Washington DC, New York, and many other cities using the hashtag #familiesbelongtogether . The protestors say they want more transparency on what happens next to those children. A longtime immigration-rights leader who founded OneAmerica before running for elected office, Jayapal said she has been outraged and unable to sleep over Trump's " zero tolerance " prosecutions of people crossing the US-Mexico border, The ...
  • Melania Trump arrives in Tucson, Arizona to visit Border Patrol center

    Melania Trump arrives in Tucson, Arizona to visit Border Patrol center

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    It was reported that Mrs Trump had pushed her husband to end the practice of separating migrant families, amid outrage over footage showing the children crying and being kept in cages. Based on his information, she is not expected to travel to the border. This comes after the first lady's spokeswoman, Stephanie Grisham , confirmed to USA Today that she would be visiting the Mexico border again this week.
  • Trump and Putin to Meet in Helsinki

    Trump and Putin to Meet in Helsinki

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    Russian President Vladimir Putin agreed to a summit with Donald Trump in a third country at talks Wednesday with the United States leader's national security advisor, voicing hope for an easing of tensions. Every place I've been, we have had great meetings. Moscow and Washington struck a deal yesterday to hold the summit . He said Trump would go ahead with the meeting "regardless of political criticism", the medium added.
  • Trump meets with lawmakers to discuss Supreme Court vacancy

    Trump meets with lawmakers to discuss Supreme Court vacancy

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    The two Republicans, as well as Grassley and the three Democrats who voted in favor of Gorsuch, met with Trump Wednesday evening at the White House to discuss the vacancy, White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said. A person familiar with the process said White House officials are focused primarily on five federal appeals court judges - judge Brett Kavanaugh, judge Amy Coney Barrett, judge Thomas Hardiman, judge Raymond Kethledge and judge Amul Thapar.
  • Federal authorities dismantle portion of Portland ICE protest camp, make arrests

    Federal authorities dismantle portion of Portland ICE protest camp, make arrests

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    The order also vastly expanded Ice's immigration enforcement powers, enabling agents to target essentially any undocumented migrant in the country. The call from ICE agents drew attention from Trump critics on social media, who said it put on clear display the fact that the president's immigration policies have centered on persecuting immigrants, contrary to his claims that ICE is focused on protecting US national security.
  • President Heads to ND for MAGA Rally

    President Heads to ND for MAGA Rally

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    Trump said he has to name someone young enough "that's going to be there for 45 years". President Donald Trump moved the Supreme Court to his list of central campaign issues on Wednesday following the surprise retirement earlier in the day of long-serving justice Anthony Kennedy .
  • N Korea still building at nuclear site: Monitor

    N Korea still building at nuclear site: Monitor

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    Also in the message, he mentioned the inter-Korean summit in late April and his promise of denuclearization with North Korean leader Kim Jong-un and that there would never be another war on the Korean Peninsula. But Harris has since toned down his rhetoric in cue with the Trump administration's engagement with the North on denuclearization talks. "There is little indication that North Korea has halted research, development, or production of nuclear systems even as talks continue", he added.
  • Supreme Court Poised to Rule on Trump Travel Ban, Other Cases

    Supreme Court Poised to Rule on Trump Travel Ban, Other Cases

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    Imraan Siddiqi, executive director of the Council on American-Islamic Relations' Arizona chapter, said the Supreme Court's decision "essentially validates Islamophobia as an acceptable form of bigotry" in the United States. We must make it crystal clear to our elected representatives: "If you are not taking action to rescind and dismantle Trump's Muslim ban, you are not upholding this country's most basic principles of freedom and equality".
  • USA and Russian presidents plan summit

    USA and Russian presidents plan summit

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    Bolton said that he would not address previous statements he had made and reiterated that Trump will "raise the full range of issues" between the United States and Russian Federation when the presidents meet in July. "There are a lot of issues to talk about that have accumulated, and I think this was one of the reasons why President Trump believed so strongly that it was time to have this kind of meeting".
  • Hundreds of Women's March Protesters Arrested in Senate Office Building

    Hundreds of Women's March Protesters Arrested in Senate Office Building

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    As one of our loyal readers, we ask you to be our partner. Many were draped in foil sheets as a statement on the flimsy bedding given to children and adults as they are held at U.S. "Camps for children is just as wrong as camps for children and adults". She said she had been arrested at demonstrations three or four times since she became politically active after Trump's election.
  • Democrats might win by attacking liberalism - from the left and the right

    Democrats might win by attacking liberalism - from the left and the right

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    It happened with the election of Barack Hussein Obama. Opting for bold lettering and a flat design treatment that forgoes drop shadows, gradients, American flag motifs, and other visual cliches, the identity intentionally avoids pretentious signifiers to refreshing effect; one might even liken the energetic campaign visuals to a local poster bill.
  • Republican Immigration Reform Bill Fails in U.S. House

    Republican Immigration Reform Bill Fails in U.S. House

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    Trump was asked about a federal judge ordering thousands of migrant children and parents to be reunited within 30 days. Republican Congressman Will Hurd , of Texas, had said in a statement released by his office June 21 that he opposed money for the border wall, saying it was "an expensive and ineffective fourth-century border security tool that takes private property away from hundreds of Texans".
  • Multiple Dead in Shooting at Annapolis Newspaper

    Multiple Dead in Shooting at Annapolis Newspaper

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    Five people killed include the assistant Editor of the newspaper Robebert Hiassen. Officials would not provide more detail until the investigation progresses further. "It looked like amateur hour". A police spokesman said officers were looking for other dangers, such as bombs and other shooters, the Associated Press reports .
  • JUST IN: Another Fuel Tanker crashes, explodes

    JUST IN: Another Fuel Tanker crashes, explodes

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    The tanker explosion which occurred on Thursday evening on Otedola Bridge, inward Ojodu Berger area of the State has called for reaction. Efforts are now on going to contain the raging fire while all the emergency responders are on the ground to manage the huge disaster scene.
  • McConnell: 'We will vote to confirm Justice Kennedy's successor this fall'

    McConnell: 'We will vote to confirm Justice Kennedy's successor this fall'

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    Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said Wednesday that his chamber will work to replace Justice Anthony Kennedy before the midterms, a decision filled with political ramifications across Capitol Hill and the nation. There were no outward signs that Kennedy was getting ready to retire. He has become one of the most consequential American jurists since joining the court in 1988 as an appointee of Republican president Ronald Reagan.