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Trump Approval Drops After Mueller Report

A new Reuters/Ipsos poll finds President Trump’s approval rate has dropped to just 37% to 56% — down from 43% to 54% just three weeks ago.
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Saturday Caps Clips: Capitals Vs. Hurricanes Game 5 Game Day

Daily Washington Capitals news and notes: A battle of the battered and bruised awaits. Your savory breakfast links: Three Caps-related things on our mind yesterday. [Rink] Previews of tonight’s Game 5 on 7th and F from Vogs, NoVa Caps, Reuters,...
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Three World-class Climbers Presumed Dead In Canadian Avalanche

CALGARY, Alberta, April 18 (Reuters) - Three renowned professional alpinists are missing and presumed dead after an avalanche in Canada's Rocky Mountains, Parks Canada said on Thursday.Read more...

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Nintendo Switch Might Soon Be Available In China - Cnet

The gaming giant is partnering with Chinese tech company Tencent, according to Reuters.
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Actress Emma Thompson Joins Climate Change Protests In London

Academy-award winning actress Emma Thompson joined climate change activists in London on Friday to cap off a week full of protests against British inaction on climate change, reports Reuters. Thompson joined the group Extinction Rebellion, which has...
Related topics: Protests, Activism

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The Week's Best Photojournalism

A gardener works on a floral sculpture in Bilbao, Spain. | (LUIS TEJIDO/EPA-EFE/Shutterstock) A gaucho rides an untamed horse in Montevideo, Uruguay. | (REUTERS/Andres Stapff) Soldiers take part in a ceremony in Moscow, Russia. | (REUTERS/Maxim...
Related topics: Spain, Uruguay, Russia, Moscow

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Turkey Arrests Two People On Suspicion Of Spying For Uae - Reports

Reuters, citing an unnamed Turkish official, reported on Friday that the country's authorities had detained two people as part of an investigation by the Istanbul chief prosecutor's office.
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Court Upholds California’s ‘sanctuary’ Cities

The Trump administration lost a court bid on Thursday aimed at striking down California’s “sanctuary” statutes that prevent local law enforcement from helping the U.S. government’s crackdown on illegal immigration, Reuters reports.
Related topics: Immigration Laws, Immigration

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Foxconn 'remains Committed' To Wisconsin Plant And Promise Of Eventually Employing 13,000 Workers

Apple supplier Foxconn today said that it remains committed to its contract to build a display plant and research facility in Wisconsin (via Reuters). The company's comment comes a few days after Wisconsin Governor Tony Evers said that the state...
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Turkey Arrests Two Alleged uae Spies, Possible Links To Khashoggi Killing

Turkey has confirmed it arrested two UAE intelligence operatives in Istanbul on Monday, which senior officials say could be linked to last year's murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi.  According to Reuters, citing an unnamed official who made...
Related topics: Turkey, Jamal Khashoggi, Istanbul

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Official: Taliban, Is Deprive Afghan Kids Of Polio Vaccine 

Some information in this report came from Reuters.  More than 1 million Afghan children, particularly in conflict-stricken regions of the country, were deprived of polio vaccinations in 2018 because of actions taken by Taliban and Islamic State...
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St. Jude Doctors Claim Cure For 'bubble Boy' Disease

Relying on the trickery used by the AIDS virus to infect people, doctors at two medical centers say they have cured 10 infants of so-called bubble boy disease, a genetic defect that leaves children, typically boys, without an immune system. ...
Related topics: Virus, Virology, Genetics

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As Notre-dame Money Rolls In, Some Eyebrows Raised Over Rush Of Funds

PARIS, April 17 (Reuters) - Pledged donations from French billionaires, companies and ordinary citizens for the restoration of fire-ravaged Notre-Dame cathedral are approaching 900 million euros after just two days, a reflection of the landmark's...
Related topics: France, Paris

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First They Came For Assange

Yanis VaroufakisJournalists who fail to oppose Assange’s extradition to the US could be next on the hit list of a president who considers them the “enemy of the people.”(Photo: Reuters)
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Trump’s Taxes: Does ‘shall’ Really Mean ‘must’?

REUTERS/Yuri GripasPresident Donald TrumpThere’s a lot of talk these days about words and their meanings. One illustration strikes very close to home here. The latest scathing criticism reaching from the White House twitter room regarding Rep....
Related topics: Donald Trump, Taxes, White House, Social Media, Twitter (business)

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Uber Unveils New Safety Measures After College Student's Murder - Nbc News

April 18 (Reuters) - Ride-hailing company Uber Technologies Inc <IPO-UBER.N> is rolling out new features for the safety of its riders, NBC News reported on Thursday.Read more...

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Amazon Will Reportedly Close Its Chinese Online Store - Cnet

Shoppers in the world's most populous nation won't be able to buy from local sellers from July, Reuters reported.
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Man Caught Walking Into New York Cathedral With Full Gas Cans, Lighters

April 17 (Reuters) - A 37-year-old man was arrested on Wednesday night after walking into St. Patrick’s Cathedral in New York City with two full gasoline cans, lighter fluid and lighters, police said.Read more...
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Facebook ‘unintentionally Uploaded’ 1.5 Million Users’ Contacts

Facebook has said on Wednesday that it may have “unintentionally uploaded” the email contacts of around 1.5 million users, a report from Reuters says. The uploads may have been going on since May, 2016 after a design change and could...
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Amazon To Shut Down Online Store In China

The internet retail giant Amazon may be shutting down its online store in China by July 18, according to Reuters. The report says that the company is unable to “gain traction” in the country due to 82 percent of the marketplace being...
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