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May acknowledged that Johnson's speech had made her "cross" but said she was sticking to her Brexit blueprint, which would keep Britain aligned to many European Union rules in return for remaining in the bloc's single market for goods. Back businesses". But she did her best to appear carefree as she sashayed on to the stage to Abba hit Dancing Queen and joked about the coughing fit and collapsing stage backdrop which marred her calamitous conference speech in Manchester previous year.
  • 'It's A Very Scary Time For Young Men In America'

    'It's A Very Scary Time For Young Men In America'

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    John Kennedy of Louisiana expressed confidence that Kavanaugh will be cleared by the investigation. While seen as a possible candidate himself - a notion fueled by his plans to attend a New Hampshire event last night - Flake said, "I don't see that happening".
  • Harvard Law School says Brett Kavanaugh won’t return to teach course

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    Trump poked fun at himself while responding to questions about his Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh , who faces potentially career-destroying allegations. "HLS would be tarnished to have him on campus in any position of authority". But it will not be offered in 2019 after Kavanaugh told Catherine Claypoole , the Dean for Academic and Faculty Affairs, that he could not commit to teaching it.
  • Four ways the new NAFTA deal will affect Ontario

    Four ways the new NAFTA deal will affect Ontario

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    But, with the new NAFTA deal - or the USMCA , as it's now known - Trump has reportedly said that Prime Minister Trudeau is a good guy and that plans are underway to remove the tariffs against Canada . Farmers in the states will have greater access to Canada's dairy market now that Canada has agreed to drop its Class 7 pricing system , which allowed processors in Canada to buy skim milk from Canadian farmers at lower prices.
  • Macedonians voting on changing country's name to North Macedonia

    Macedonians voting on changing country's name to North Macedonia

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    Opponents celebrate a low voter turnout. He said in an interview two weeks before the vote that the previous government's "utterly misguided foreign policy" had left the country isolated. Image copyright EPA Image caption These young voters backed a Yes vote, holding up placards for a "European Macedonia" What has the reaction been? The deal would "contribute to regional stability, security, and prosperity", it added, among concerns that if people in the Western Balkans lost hope in ...
  • President Donald Trump Belittles Women He Is Afraid Of

    President Donald Trump Belittles Women He Is Afraid Of

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    In the clip, from Monday (October 1), the President calls on the reporter and when she doesn't immediately ask the question, he says, "She's shocked that I picked her". Still, she is a woman challenging him, so he feels it necessary to cut her off and wave her away. "There's some frustration that more hasn't been done, more hasn't been done about bump stocks", she said.
  • Trump Administration Denies Visas to Unmarried, Same-Sex Partners of Diplomats

    Trump Administration Denies Visas to Unmarried, Same-Sex Partners of Diplomats

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    That policy was made by then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton . They will be granted a diplomatic visa if the government which sends them to work in their embassies in the U.S. Rep. Eliot L. Engel (D-N.Y.), who is on the House Foreign Affairs Committee, called the policy change "cruel, utterly unnecessary" and warned it could open USA diplomats to retaliation.
  • First Lady Melania Trump cuddles baby as she arrives in Ghana

    First Lady Melania Trump cuddles baby as she arrives in Ghana

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    The two first met last week in NY at a reception on the sidelines of the U.N. General Assembly, where Mrs. Trump spoke about her upcoming trip. As Trump says, the campaign is "shining a spotlight on successful programs and organizations that teach children tools and skills".
  • 60% Want Kavanaugh Confirmed if FBI Dismisses Allegations

    60% Want Kavanaugh Confirmed if FBI Dismisses Allegations

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    Speaking to the issue of the scope of the FBI's investigation, White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said White House counsel Don McGahn, who is managing Kavanaugh's nomination, "has allowed the Senate to dictate what these terms look like, and what the scope of the investigation is".
  • Chinese warship's 'unsafe' encounter with U.S. vessel

    Chinese warship's 'unsafe' encounter with U.S. vessel

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    China has reclaimed 3,200 of acres of land in the features and built ports, runways and other military infrastructure. A Chinese destroyer performed an "unsafe" maneuver during an encounter with a U.S. to stop its " provocative " actions. The operations are meant to enforce the right of free passage in global waters under worldwide law. US-Chinese relations have been strained on multiple levels since Donald Trump became president in 2017.
  • Erdogan: German business delegation to visit Turkey

    Erdogan: German business delegation to visit Turkey

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    Ankara and Washington have been embroiled in a diplomatic spat over the trial in Turkey of USA pastor Andrew Brunson . Speaking at the opening of parliament, Erdogan said Turkey also aimed to clear Iraq's Sinjar and Qandil regions of Kurdish militants.
  • Protesters greet Jeff Flake at Boston stop

    Protesters greet Jeff Flake at Boston stop

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    Democrats are raising new questions about the truthfulness of Brett Kavanaugh's sworn testimony to the Senate , shifting tactics against President Donald Trump's Supreme Court nominee as they await the results of the FBI's background investigation into sexual misconduct allegations.
  • 1,234 People Dead In Indonesia Earthquake, Tsunami

    1,234 People Dead In Indonesia Earthquake, Tsunami

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    Indonesian volunteers dug mass graves for more than 1,000 bodies on Monday after a quake and tsunami devastated swathes of Sulawesi, as authorities - struggling to deal with the sheer scale of the disaster - appealed for worldwide help.
  • White House slams 'ridiculous' NYT report on Kavanaugh's college ice-throwing incident

    White House slams 'ridiculous' NYT report on Kavanaugh's college ice-throwing incident

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    The incident, which occurred in September 1985 during Mr. Kavanaugh's junior year, resulted in Mr. Kavanaugh and four other men being questioned by the New Haven Police Department. Kavanaugh has repeatedly denied drinking to excess, in part because a history of alcohol consumption that would severely impair his judgment or lead to memory loss is central to the allegations of Dr.