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Trump son-in-law Kushner withheld Russian Federation meetings on security form

The boring buzz beneath President Donald Trump's meeting with the Chinese president, the bombing of Syria, and the Senate battle over Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch has been from rumors of a West Wing shake-up. But Bannon has his own core of supporters outside the White House. The insider said: "Things are happening, but it's very unclear the president's willing to pull that trigger".

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Wisconsin Senators look to restore internet privacy regulation

Comcast also plans to revise its privacy policy , Lewis wrote to make it more clear that the company doesn't sell customers' individual web browsing information and doesn't share sensitive information unless customers have affirmatively opted into such an agreement.

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Wells Fargo to take back additional $75m from former execs after investigation

Los Angeles City Attorney Mike Feuer said Monday the Wells Fargo board's decision to claw back $75 million in compensation from two ex-executives it blames for much of the company's sales scandal is a "positive step", but falls short. The report casts her as a powerful and insular leader who focused obsessively on sales targets and turned a blind eye to signs managers and employees were cheating to meet them.

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Easter Egg Hunt In Brownsville

Ten minutes later, they were all gone. Grandmother Barbara Showalter said she was happy for him. Chris Magdaleno, 6, of Cottage Hills, revealed his strategy before the hunt commenced. Demetrius and Dena Howard brought their daughter, Dominique (8), to participate in the egg hunt . Normally the field is laden with touchdowns and soccer goals but on Saturday, City Park Stadium field in Clawson was lined with Easter eggs filled with treats.

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North Korea: Japan warns of Sarin missile threat

Tension has risen since the U.S. Navy fired 59 Tomahawk missiles at a Syrian airfield last week in response to a deadly gas attack, raising concerns about U.S. Wang says China would be willing to help facilitate efforts by the sides to reach out to each other in whatever form that takes. Trump tweeted Tuesday that the North was "looking for trouble" and if China didn't do its part to rein in Pyongyang's nuclear ambitions, the USA could handle it alone.

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Trump picks critic to lead Ex-Im Bank he once opposed

Trump's about-face on the export bank comes after meeting on Tuesday with former Boeing Chief Executive Officer Jim McNerney, who left the company past year but oversaw the corporation's aggressive lobbying effort in support of the bank in 2015.

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Passenger bitten by scorpion in new United Airlines scandal

On Friday, a United spokeswoman said the airline changed its policy to require traveling employees to book a flight at least 60 minutes before departure. The internet was furious at United Airlines this past weekend after troubling footage surfaced of a passenger being dragged from his seat and removed from the plane.

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Russian Federation watching Korea tension with great concern

Regarding prospects for war, Han said, "If the USA comes with reckless military maneuvers, then we will confront it with the DPRK's pre-emptive strike". "Whatever comes from the United States, we will cope with it". Adding to speculations about using military force against North Korea, the USA deployed its largest conventional bomb in Afghanistan yesterday, in a move interpreted as a warning to Pyongyang.

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Trump's strategist Bannon loses seat on National Security Council

In February, Senator Heinrich led a letter to Secretary of Defense James Mattis questioning the reorganization of the NSC to include Bannon as a regular attendee of NSC Principals Committee. In a tweet Wednesday, Republican Represenative Ileana Ros-Lehtinen of Florida described Bannon's removal as "welcome news". Bannon had fulfilled the goal of his inclusion on the committee and was no longer needed, thus his removal.

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This Easter is expected to bring record spending

A survey conducted by the National Retail Federation is predicting record-setting Easter spending this year with a projected total of $18.4 billion in spending for the Christian holiday. After Halloween, Easter is the biggest candy consuming holiday. While MI retailers won't be stocking chocolate eggs, the good weather over the long weekend, coupled with the fact that it falls after the national payday, means more shoppers are set to take to the high street to spend their hard earned cash.

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Lawyer: Dragged passenger will need reconstructive surgery

The incident happened on Sunday, the same day that passenger Dr David Dao was dragged off a United Airlines flight that was overbooked. United Airlines randomly selected Dao, 69, and three other customers - who had already paid - to give up their seats for four of their employees.

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Trump Signs Bill Letting Internet Service Providers Sell User Browsing Data

Supporters of the privacy measure argued that the company that sells an internet connection can see even more about consumers, such as every website they visit and whom they exchange emails with, information that would be particularly useful for advertisers and marketers.

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United Airlines Changes Its Policy On Displacing Customers

The company did announce a new policy Friday that all crew traveling on one of the company's aircraft must receive their seat assignment at least an hour before departure, a measure that could have helped prevent the situation on the Sunday flight.

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PV Sindhu reaches second round of Singapore Open

Srikanth smashed past Chinese fifth seed Shi Yuqi 21-14, 21-16 in 36 minutes to set-up a last four clash against Indonesian Anthony Sinisuka Ginting, who won against Hong Kong's Wong Wing Ki Vincent 21-19, 21-14. After the exit of compatriot PV Sindhu yesterday, Sai and Kidambi Srikanth are the only Indian representatives remaining in Singapore and a possible all-Indian title match on Sunday will spur the former to be at his best later today.

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16 hurt in train station stampede

Panicked screams were followed by a stampede of travelers at Penn Station Friday during the peak of the rush hour commute, when Amtrak police attempted to detain two men for disobeying orders. Multiple law enforcement sources say Amtrak Police deployed a Taser to subdue and arrest an emotionally disturbed person on the Amtrak level. Some people thought the pop of the Taser was a gun.

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2 garlands for Amit Shah, BJP intent clear?

The Dalits constitute over 17 per cent of the state's electorate and have never been traditional voters of the saffron party, which is now wooing them aggressively. He would spend the night at the Raj Bhavan. The session is being seen as an event to chalk out the party's strategy to push its boundary to the eastern region, where Assam has already been annexed and Odisha and West Bengal still remain out of reach.

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Women fight for equal pay

According to the U.S. Census Bureau, Texas women average only 79 cents for every dollar men earn to perform the same work. Businesses with over 250 employees must publish data on the pay gap between their male and female employees within the next year, after a new United Kingdom law has come into effect.

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Local women talk wage gap on Equal Pay Day

This means that on average, women in the United States had to work all of 2016 plus this far into 2017 to catch up to what men earned a year ago. Voluntary, private and public organizations with 250 or more employees will have to reveal any gender discrepancies in staff pay by April next year.

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Asian shares mostly lower as North Korean tensions simmer

Trump's warning came as a USA naval strike group headed towards the Korean peninsula, a show of force that prompted the nuclear-armed North to declare it was "ready to react to any mode of war desired by the US". The Nasdaq composite index added 3.11 points, or 0.1 percent, to 5,880.93. The stock climbed 69 cents, or 7.2 percent, to $10.29. KEEPING SCORE: Germany's DAX edged 0.1 percent lower to 12,194 and the CAC 40 of France was 0.2 percent higher at 5,116.

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Cuomo's New York agenda feeds talk of presidential run

The legislation is being dubbed "tuition-free education" and has the potential to affect a large population of New York State, so it's being praised as a tremendous victory in the fight for education as a human right. Education gets squeezed. The universities will try to claw back the private money with dorm fees, activities fees and other charges that don't officially count as tuition, but still quality suffers.

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We're not going to get more involved in Syria

The meeting between the two world leaders came following recent escalating tensions between the United States and China over the South China Sea dispute as well as Syria. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said the White House was against "violent change at the top" in Syria. Trump's threats to challenge China on trade, North Korea and Taiwan risked upending the sensitive diplomatic balance between the world's two largest economies.

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Tesla (TSLA) Shares Gain as Musk Tweets New Car Details

However, Musk is not stopping there. Tesla , which is run by billionaire Elon Musk and based in Palo Alto, Calif., plans to debut its Model 3 this year. James Albertine, an analyst at Consumer Edge Research, called Musk's tweets potentially exciting for investors, as the products are ways Tesla can extend into new markets and leverage prior investments.

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Government Raises $19.8 billion in Airwaves Auction

But it's a limited resource and controlled, for the most part, by the U.S. government. "That is a BFD for our customers!" The other bragging point for T-Mobile is that the competition's existing low-band spectrum is already crowded and congested, whereas T-Mobile's is clear and wide open for customers.

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Deadline for filing tax returns is Tuesday this year

The IRS frequently grants installment agreements if the taxpayer makes the appropriate request . If you're among the almost 40 million Americans who have yet to file their 2016 tax returns, the good news is you get a few extra days to file .

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NY Becomes 1st State to OK Tuition-Free College at Public Institutions

It will require the students who receive the scholarship to stay and work in NY after graduation for the same number of years that they received the scholarship. In Western New York , 68,712 families, or 78.8%, are eligible for this program. "We need to make our state colleges truly affordable across-the-board; the Excelsior Scholarship falls far short of this goal".

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Tesla's Musk announces plans for semi-truck launch

Not content with planning the colonisation of Mars and building cars that can drive themselves, Elon Musk is also getting into the truck-building business, confirming via Twitter that his Tesla company is readying an electric semi truck too.

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Splatoon 2 Has Co-Op, Out In July

The executives said details about the new online service and the pricing will be available as the release date gets closer. Back in the days of the Wii U, where Mario Kart 8 first came out, the game actually caused an upsurge in Wii U sales.

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China Warns US War with North Korea Could Erupt at Any Moment

On Sunday, US National Security Adviser Lt. Gen. Herbert McMaster said that President Donald Trump had ordered preparation of all possible options in order to protect the United States and its partners from the threat emanating from North Korea.

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Wisconsin Ag Secretary Calls For Federal Action On Canadian Dairy Policies

At issue are changes in Canadian policy that make it harder for US dairy processors - such as Grassland Dairy Products of Greenwood - to sell ultra-filtered milk, used to make cheese, in Canada. "We're trying to find solutions", he said. But national increases in milk production have also had an effect on Wisconsin processors. The loss of these, and likely other exports, as a result of the Class 6 and 7 programs will harm dairy manufacturers and their supplying farms in areas of our states ...

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Wells Fargo claws back millions from former execs

Glass Lewis meanwhile has recommended votes against six board members at the bank's April 25 annual meeting. However, only "several" employees and managers were fired or resigned even though company rules required that everyone involved be terminated.

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President Trump Rolls Back Internet Privacy Rules

On the heels of the Senate vote last week that approved a Congressional Review Act (CRA) resolution to invalidate broadband privacy rules adopted by the FCC in October 2016, the U.S. However, privacy groups such as American Civil Liberties Union and the Electronic Frontier Foundation , which backed the FCC and its efforts under Obama, consider the resolution as a major setback .

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United passenger stung by scorpion while eating dinner on flight

Dao disembark that plane", said Demetrio, who along with Stephen Golan, is representing Dao. The video shined an unwanted spotlight on the airline and the little-known police force that guards Chicago's two main airports, and it could threaten the agency's future.

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US retail sales fell in March, second straight monthly drop

The Commerce Department said total retail sales in March were up by 5.2 percent compared to the same month a year ago. "For the Fed, the underlying momentum is more important in terms of policy decisions, and that looks to be strong, supported by a tightening labor market, rising incomes and high consumer confidence", said Gregory Daco, head of US macroeconomics at Oxford Economics in New York.The Commerce Department said retail sales dropped 0.2 percent last month after a 0.3 percent ...

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Jadhav will not be executed immediately: Pakistan minister

Apart from further scaling up operation against foreign agents, we also expect that government will also fulfil its responsibilities vis-à-vis exposing ulterior motives of India and some other countries at global forums. In an exclusive interview with India Today , Pakistan envoy Abdul Basit had said that they had shared with India evidence on Kulbhushan Yadav, a claim that the MEA has denied.

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How United and Delta Manage Overbooked Flights Differently

The practice lets airlines keep fares low while managing the rate of no-shows on any particular route, said Vaughn Jennings, spokesman for Airlines for America, which represents most of the big USA carriers. Brett Snyder, a former airline executive and editor of the travel blog Crankyflier.com, said it's rare for airlines to offer more than $1,350 for a voluntary seat surrender, but he's heard of it happening.


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