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Another View: More reversals from Trump on Russian Federation

He said a USA declaration of Chinese manipulation could jeopardize efforts to secure the country's help in containing the threat posed by North Korea. Bush, among others. On Wednesday, Trump tweeted that he and Xi had had "a very good call" about Pyongyang. "It's genius. Our technology, our equipment, is better than anybody by a factor of five", he said.

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Tax Day demonstrators demand that Trump release tax returns

Although he initially promised to do so, he later claimed he was under audit by the Internal Revenue Service and said his attorneys had advised against it - though experts and IRS officials said such audits don't bar taxpayers from releasing their returns.

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Tax break: Deadline for filing returns is Tuesday this year

It is estimated by the IRS that close to 95 percent of tax filers do so online. Turbo Tax, H&R Block, and other big box preparers have do it-yourself apps to help you file . Attach all required forms and schedules, such as Schedule A for people who itemize their deductions. To get the extension, taxpayers must estimate their tax liability on this form and pay any amount due.

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Health inspectors ding Trump's Mar-a-Lago eateries

Mar-A-Lago charges upwards of $200,000 in membership fees- a price that has doubled since Trump was elected. In January, inspectors found three high-priority violations , three intermediate infractions and four basic issues. According to the Miami Herald , Trump, before he was elected, was known for personally checking the Mar-a-Lago kitchens himself and conducting staff inspections.

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At least 4 people shot at Atlanta transit station

One person was killed and three others injured in a shooting on a MARTA train Thursday afternoon, police said. A bus bridge is in effect for travel between Holmes, West Lake, and Ashby stations. We have received preliminary reports that four people were shot at the West Lake MARTA Station. A 22-year-old man was critically shot and was rushed to Grady Memorial Hospital.

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India, Australia ink pact to expand counter-terror cooperation

India and Australia agreed today to revive stalled talks on a bilateral trade deal but, the visiting premier conceded that chances of an early breakthrough were slim. PM Turnbull said that Australia will continue to ensure that we provide outstanding opportunities for Indian students. Birmingham said Australia is well placed to help India in reaching its target in training, and added that the programme would also look at scaling up the number of apprentices in India.

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Russia's election meddling act of aggression: Hillary Clinton

Clinton spoke in a 44-minute interview at the eighth annual Women in the World Summit , an event celebrating equality and women's rights. Former Secretary of State John Kerry insisted he was "gratified" that Trump had attacked Syria, adding that he believes more military action would be a way for the USA to produce a peace deal in Syria after years of civil war.

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Protesting Tamil Nadu farmers bare it all outside Rashtrapati Bhavan

Farm loan waiver has become the buzzword today in the national media, thanks to the eyeball-grabbing tactics adopted by about 100 farmers of Tamil Nadu camping in the national capital for nearly four weeks. Though, their various unique protests in the capital of the country, New Delhi, have largely failed to move the country's ruling party to meet their demands.

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David Letterman's Mom Dead at 95

In the first, held in Lillehammer , Norway , she interviewed then-first lady Hillary Clinton, asking a hard-hitting question about the CT speed limit, which nabbed her an invite to the White House. "When I was a kid, we would have this, I would say, every day two or three times a day for four or five years". According to the Washington Post , Mengering passed away on Tuesday at home in Indiana.

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British Royal kids to be stars at Aunt Pippa's wedding

Among the other guests in attendance will be Prince William's brother, Prince Harry , although it is not yet known if his actress girlfriend Meghan Markle will be joining him for the formal family celebration. At the wedding of Zara Phillips and Mike Tindall, she wore a pale yellow coat by Day Birger et Mikkelsen which she had first debuted in 2006 for the wedding of Laura Parker-Bowles.

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Who has chemical weapons in Syria?

The Trump Administration has signaled that it intends to keep the military heat on Syrian President Bashar Assad - even as Turkish officials urged the U.S.to ramp up its efforts. The United States on Thursday fired 59 Tomahawk cruise missiles from warships in the Mediterranean at the Shayrat airfield near Homs in central Syria.

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Listen To Bernie Sanders' Podcast You've Probably Been Missing Out On

MORE (I-Vt.) and Democratic National Committee Chairman Tom Perez will hold rallies this month across the country in an effort to rally grassroots support for a 50-state party strategy. There's been a swell of support for James Thompson, the Democrat running to fill the seat vacated by Tea Party congressman Mike Pompeo, who was tapped by President Donald Trump to lead the Central Intelligence Agency.

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Bombings at Egyptian Coptic churches kill 44, injure more than 100

Earlier in the day, Israel closed its borders with Egypt, where some Jews travel for Passover, over security concerns. The ban will be in effect at the Taba crossing at least until April 18, the end of the Jewish holiday of Passover that begins at sundown on Monday, said a statement issued by the Prime Minister's Office.

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SNL spoofs now infamous Kendall Jenner, Pepsi commercial

Pepsi recently pulled their latest commercial after people criticized it for making light of a serious issue. Pepsi released the commercial to global derision and a wave of social media roasting earlier this week. Whipping off her blond wig and smearing her lipstick, young Jenner picks up a Pepsi as her contemporaries of all races and orientations smile at her and fist bump along.

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Teen asylum-seeker ID'd as suspect in Norway explosive case

Police Chief Vidar Pederson confirmed that it was an explosive. The youth was detained on suspicion of handling explosives, but investigators do not know if he planned to carry out an attack with the homemade device, Signe Aaling, chief prosecutor for Norway's PST security service, said.

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'Biggest test to date': Tillerson steps up on Syria, Russia

US policy in Syria was upended last week when President Donald Trump ordered a punitive missile strike on the al-Assad regime in response to its devastating chemical weapons attack on Syrian rebels. Tillerson is expected in Moscow for talks with Russian officials next week. "I find it very disappointing but sadly I have to tell you not all that surprising", Tillerson added.

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Lawmakers urge Trump to work with them on Syria

The EU has steadily increased its sanctions against North Korea, the previous move coming in late February with Pyongyang in the spotlight after the assassination at the Kuala Lumpur airport of Kim Jong-Nam, the estranged half-brother of leader Kim Jong-Un.

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Trump says all options on table in dealing with N. Korea

Wednesday's developments came after US President Donald Trump said, before a meeting with his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping, that the US was prepared to go it alone in bringing the North to heel if China did not step in. "Both sides agreed to pursue. plans in order to substantially strengthen the global community's sanctions and pressure on North Korea", South Korea's presidential Blue House said in a statement.

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Shooting near South Florida mall leaves 1 dead, 2 hurt

The shootings at the Equinox Fitness Club at the upscale Shops at Merrick Park mall in Coral Gables occurred during an argument between the ex-worker and the gym's manager, Miami-Dade Police Officer Alvaro Zabaleta said. A Coral Gables Police Spokesperson said the scene was secured by 1:45 p.m and officers are now investigating the incident. Sirens blare in the background.

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Spanish ship off Gibraltar

A Spanish gunship has made an illegal incursion into British waters off Gibraltar amid rising Brexit tensions over the territory. Britain is annoyed with Spain and the European Union because the EU has said Spain should have veto rights on any agreements regarding Gibraltar in Brexit talks.

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Fixes slow after glitch sets off emergency sirens across Dallas

The city has 156 outdoor sirens that are used to alert people to shelter indoors during severe weather. "For security reasons, we can not discuss the details of how this was done, but we do believe that the hack came from the Dallas area".

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Russia ups ante by freezing communications with US in Syria

In the aftermath of the attack, which Syria said killed at least seven people, Russian Federation announced it would suspend its cooperation in the information-sharing campaign. USA military officials have also been keeping track of Russian aircraft flying near Islamic State's de facto capital of Raqqa, where US -backed forces are preparing to mount a major assault.

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4 killed in Stockholm truck attack described as terrorism

In an attack last month claimed by the Islamic State group, a man drove into a crowd on London's Westminster Bridge, killing three people and injuring many others before stabbing a policeman to death. Seconds later, they are seen running - some into the clothing store - to avoid getting mowed down by the oncoming truck. Nearby buildings were locked down for hours.

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Israeli soldier killed in vehicle ramming attack

Israel says the whole city is its united capital, while the Palestinians claim east Jerusalem as the capital of their future state. Russian Federation on Thursday said it considers Israel's capital to be western Jerusalem , making it the first country in the world to recognize Israeli sovereignty over any part of the city.

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Iraqi state TV says Islamic State second-in-command killed in airstrike

The U.S. -led military coalition launches airstrikes and ground-based artillery attacks each day in support of Iraqi and Syrian forces advancing against Islamic State strongholds. "Certainly, both [Central Command] and the coalition have put a lot of effort into improving their casualty monitoring process, and we have been in extensive dialogue with them", Woods said in a telephone interview from London.

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Tuesday to have warm weather, clear skies

Friday will be windy and much cooler, with highs in the mid to upper 50s, but temps will rebound under sunny skies this weekend . High temperatures Wednesday ranged from 66 in Cisco to 70 in Breckenridge and San Angelo. Mostly sunny, with a high near 76. Tomorrow: Mostly Sunny to Partly Cloudy. About 2 to 4 cm of snow is expected overnight with wind becoming northeast 30 km/h gusting to 50 after midnight.

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North Korea may have tested new technology in latest missile

The United States, South Korea and others call North Korea's space program a cover for its long-range missile development program. The U.S. Pacific Command said it detected and tracked what it assessed as a North Korean missile launched from land near the eastern city of Sinpo.

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President Trump: 'I now have responsibility' when it comes to Syria

Nikki Haley, the USA ambassador to the United Nations, said on ABC News' "This Week" Sunday that Assad "is not going away", although adding, "we're not going to stop beating up on him". Trump left it to his top diplomat, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, to assign culpability to Russian Federation and Iran, Assad's most powerful allies.

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Fed Policymakers See Change to Debt Holdings Policy This Year

The minutes said rate hikes would continue gradually as long as "the economy continued to perform about as expected". The minutes were released with the customary three week time delay after the March meeting. "Participants continued to underscore the considerable uncertainty about the timing and nature of potential changes to fiscal policies as well as the size of the effects of such changes on economic activity".

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EU, UN assess Syria's reconstruction needs as donors gather

On Tuesday in Brussels , Mogherini and the United Nations will co-host a two-day conference on Syria's future. McCain, a GOP foreign-policy hawk who has called for a USA military intervention in Syria, said Tuesday that he is "sure Russian Federation took note of what Tillerson said just the other day".

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Egypt court overturns refusal on islands transfer to Saudi

Judges believe the draft law is tailored to prevent specific judges from presiding over top courts and may be linked to a pair of high-profile rulings that annulled an agreement to transfer two strategic Red Sea islands to Saudi Arabia signed a year ago.

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Former Trump adviser Carter Page 'gave documents to Russian spy'

Podobnyy was recorded discussing his attempts to recruit someone identified as "Male-1" with one Igor Sporyshev , who was also charged with acting as a spy along with Podobnyy. Page was named in a dossier compiled by former British MI6 agent Christopher Steele as a key contact with Russian officials, claiming that he met secretly with the Kremlin on Trump's behalf.

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Slain Texas lawman felt threat from target of probe

So far, officials have not mentioned a motive for the killing and the prosecuting attorney's office has been mum on whether Greenwood's death is connected to the case he contacted them about. 'It's a hit, no doubt, ' one top law official working with the police told The Chronicle . Access to businesses in the area was limited as authorities conducted their search.

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US cites abortion provision in cutting off UN agency funding

It comes after Trump in January reinstated the so-called Mexico City Policy that withholds U.S. funding for global organisations that perform abortions or provide information about abortion. Trump's move will pull $76 million from the UNFPA ― about 7 percent of its budget. It's clear that the defunding of the UNFPA by the Trump administration will affect families around the world in many ways - even though it's being done in the name of abortion prevention and the "protection" of women.

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Police seek carjacking suspect who was doused with gasoline

Police were searching for a carjacking suspect after a woman had her vehicle stolen at a Tewksbury gas station Saturday night, police said. Surveillance video posted to the police Twitter account shows the woman sprayed the suspect with gasoline and struggled with him before he drove away and dragged her several feet at a Circle K convenience store Saturday night.

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PM Najib to visit India, for five days from Friday

Four months ago, Indonesian President Joko Widodo also visited India. "We have both always been trading nations; outward-looking and keen to forge friendships with our neighbours and partners in the region". However, the actor denied rumours that he had been asked or had accepted the offer to be the brand ambassador of Malaysia Tourism. Malaysian sovereign fund Khazana has contributed significantly to Malaysian investments of $4.5 billion in India, including in Idea Telecom, Apollo Hospital ...

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Kashmir: Extra security forces deployed after deadly clashes

A police spokesperson said security forces had launched an early morning cordon-and-search operation in Chadoora following information about the presence of militants in the area. Jitendra Singh here today and held a detailed discussion with him about the prevailing situation in Kashmir, in the aftermath of yesterday's violence in Budgam which resulted in the death of three civilians and injuries to other locals, as well as security personnel.

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Senator accuses Putin of undermining US election

Rubio spoke Thursday at a Senate intelligence committee hearing on Russian meddling in the US presidential election. The attack against Ryan was revealed by Clint Watts, a cyber expert at the Foreign Policy Research Institute Program on National Security.

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Dalai Lama recalls flight to India ahead of northeast trip

Tibetan spiritual leader the Dalai Lama lights the ceremonial lamp, as Assam chief minister Sarbananda Sonowal (right) and Governor Banowari Lal Purohit look on at an event in Guwahati on Saturday. "When we send some of our men to Indian border, they readily agreed to allow us entry", he said while recalling his first arrival in Assam. Opposing the pattern to identify religion with terrorism, the Dalai Lama said that he feels very uncomfortable when terrorists are associated with ...

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Trump bombed by the Federal Bureau of Investigation

The official White House account was used to tap out a series of tweets Monday trying to shift the focus to problematic leaks instead of what they'd revealed. "Director Comey, do you have any evidence at the Federal Bureau of Investigation that any votes were changed in the states that I mentioned to Admiral Rogers?" Nunes stressed that "the surveillance was conducted legally and did not appear to be related to the current FBI investigation into Trump associates' contacts with Russian ...