• Laura Ingraham Will Return Next Monday Despite Ad Boycott, Fox News Says
Laura Ingraham Will Return Next Monday Despite Ad Boycott, Fox News Says

Some advertisers have left the show since Thursday to protest Ingraham's remarks, while other sponsors have steered clear of her program so as not to be associated with the controversy. Around a dozen companies including Office Depot, Jenny Craig, Hulu, TripAdvisor, Expedia, Wayfair, StitchFix, Nestle, Johnson & Johnson, Atlantis Paradise Island, a...

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  • Chinese space station Tiangong-1 could SMASH into North Korea within hours
Chinese space station Tiangong-1 could SMASH into North Korea within hours

The European Space Agency estimates that re-entry will occur between Sunday and Monday, while a USA organization expects it to happen between 1900 UTC on Sunday and 0900 UTC on Monday. That includes a vast swath of the planet, including the entirety of Africa, most of South America, the continental US from Boston south, and much of China.

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  • Watch SpaceX Launch Its Resupply Mission to the ISS
Watch SpaceX Launch Its Resupply Mission to the ISS

There is more than one way to watch the Falcon 9 lift off on Monday-both SpaceX and NASA are hosting feeds of the launch. The only items that had to be replaced this time around were the heatshield, trunk, and parachutes, and this experience will undoubtedly translate into Dragon 2 ( Cargo Dragon ), likely ensuring exceptional reuse characteristics...

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  • BJP blames West Bengal govt for Asansol violence
BJP blames West Bengal govt for Asansol violence

To stem the violence, West Bengal police suspended internet services in the area and issued prohibitory orders under Section 144 of the CrPC. I have come here with the message of peace and brotherhood. The Trinamool Congress (TMC) government on Saturday had said that with the dates for panchayat polls announced and the model code of conduct impleme...

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  • Snow expected in New York City on Monday
Snow expected in New York City on Monday

It was also the seventh most on record since records began in 1869, and was only two inches away from making the top five. Happy Easter! The good news for today is sunshine will be common, however when it comes to temperatures and winds, feeling more like late February.

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  • Rebel Army of Islam Flees Syrian Territory, Government Troops Move In
Rebel Army of Islam Flees Syrian Territory, Government Troops Move In

The most powerful Syrian rebel faction on the fringes of Damascus began abandoning its stronghold in the once rebel-held enclave of eastern Ghouta on Monday, opening the way for government forces to secure full control of the area, after seven years of revolt.

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  • Kim Jong-un watches K-pop stars perform in Pyongyang
Kim Jong-un watches K-pop stars perform in Pyongyang

Kim highly praised the popular girl band and later even shook hands with the band members. Kim " said that he was deeply moved to see our people sincerely acclaiming the performance, deepening the understanding of the popular art of the South side ", the North's Korean Central News Agency said.

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  • MBS meets AIPAC, anti-BDS leaders during US visit
MBS meets AIPAC, anti-BDS leaders during US visit

The Crown Prince was also briefed on the activities of Boeing Aircraft Industries. The Saudi crown prince is already on a trip to the U.S. during which he has met the leaders of a number of pro-Israeli lobbying groups as the kingdom is moving towards normalization of diplomatic relations with Israel.

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  • U.S. government plans to ask visa applicants for social media history
U.S. government plans to ask visa applicants for social media history

However, the above will not affect citizens from countries which the USA grants visa-free travel status. Documents detail that under the policy, immigrant and non-immigrant Visa forms will be asked for their usernames for a specific list of social media accounts.

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  • Fister slows Astros to win Rangers debut
Fister slows Astros to win Rangers debut

Nick Markakis hit a three-run homer with two outs in the bottom of the ninth to give Atlanta a come-from-behind win over visiting Philadelphia. Some of the Astros, and especially their owner Jim Crane, still hold a grudge over the situation.

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  • Delhi police makes arrests in CBSE paper leak, asks Google for help
Delhi police makes arrests in CBSE paper leak, asks Google for help

The arrested are Rohit, Rishabh and Touqir. More than 60 persons have been questioned till now, out of which 10 are tutors of coaching centres. The accused were identified as Rishabh and Rohit, teachers at a private school, and Touqeer, a tutor at a coaching centre in Bawana , they said.

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  • Ex-Catalan minister released on bail after appearing in court hearing
Ex-Catalan minister released on bail after appearing in court hearing

He was detained in Germany on Sunday on a European arrest warrant. Amid protests in Catalonia over the Spanish crackdown on separatists, the dispute will arrive in a court in Edinburgh, where Ms Ponsati will appear to begin the fight against her extradition.

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  • Winning numbers revealed in Friday's Mega Millions $521 million jackpot
Winning numbers revealed in Friday's Mega Millions $521 million jackpot

After no one hit all the numbers in Tuesday's drawing, the prize jumped from $458 million to $521 million with a $317 million cash option. Local business owners, that sell lottery tickets, say they've seen more traffic coming through their stores than usual due to the large jackpot.

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  • Tinubu elated as Buhari asks APC NEC not to elongate Oyegun's term
Tinubu elated as Buhari asks APC NEC not to elongate Oyegun's term

The All Progressives Congress (APC ) has opposed the hearing of the suit by aggrieved members of the party over the tenure elongation for the National Working Committee (NWC ) led by John Odigie Oyegun before a Federal High Court in Abuja.

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  • Driver tries to ram group of French soldiers
Driver tries to ram group of French soldiers

French police have arrested a man suspected of attempting to ram his auto into soldiers jogging near their barracks in southeast France on Thursday, security sources said . The local Dauphine Libere newspaper said the man is suspected to have been driving a stolen Peugeot 208. Moroccan-born Radouane Lakdim killed four people during his ram...

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  • Subject of 'Serial' podcast to get new trial on all charges
Subject of 'Serial' podcast to get new trial on all charges

In 2016 , a lower court judge vacated Syed's conviction and ruled that he deserved a new trial, reports CBS Baltimore . The Court of Special Appeals reversed the circuit court on both issues, which it is what it is. Syed's attorney C. Justin Brown tweeted about the successful appeal on Thursday. Syed's current lawyer has argued that his origin...

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  • EGP 500 Fine for Not Voting in Egypt's Elections
EGP 500 Fine for Not Voting in Egypt's Elections

Reuters correspondents, meanwhile, said they have witnessed multiple cases of state institutions, lawmakers, private businesses, and pro-Sisi individuals seeking to reward voters or make it seem turnout is higher than it actually was. The voter turnout in the 2014 presidential polls, which Sisi won by almost 97 per cent of the votes against lefti...

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  • Egg hunts on-Island and where to find them
Egg hunts on-Island and where to find them

On Sunday, 1st April and Monday, 2nd April, the station will be offering rides behind little steam loco, Joyce and there will be an Easter Egg Hunt round the station. How fast can 35 Boy Scouts, two Cub Scouts and 20 students from the Washington State School for the Blind fill 10,000 plastic eggs with tiny pieces of wrapped candy? Also offered wi...

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  • Leaders of two Koreas to hold summit on April 27th
Leaders of two Koreas to hold summit on April 27th

There seems to be a spring-like weather in political atmosphere of Korean peninsula. South Korea's Unification Minister Cho Myoung-gyon, who led a three-member delegation to the latest high-level talks, said another high-level meeting between the two Koreas could be held next month "if necessary" to further discuss key agenda items for the su...

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  • Malala makes surprise return to Pakistan, vows to keep fighting for girls
Malala makes surprise return to Pakistan, vows to keep fighting for girls

In statements released by PTV World, which is part of the state broadcaster, she also said: "I still can't believe that I have returned home". Earlier, speaking in the ceremony Malala Yousafzai said she had a dream of returning to the country for the last five years.

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  • Govt kicks off process to sell 76% stake in Air India
Govt kicks off process to sell 76% stake in Air India

Management or employees can participate directly in the bidding process or by way of forming a consortium, the memorandum said. Media reports from India suggest a new owner will get the company 's aircraft and about $US5 billion in debt to take part in India's highest-profile asset sale for decades.

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  • In New Bill, McConnell Plants Seeds for Legal Hemp
In New Bill, McConnell Plants Seeds for Legal Hemp

McConnell has gradually ramped up his supporter of hemp, following the lead of Paul, who was elected in 2010, and Comer, who was elected agriculture commissioner in 2011 and ran for governor in 2015. Hemp could be the next tobacco says Sen. He's also part owner of a company that turns hemp into food, fiber, and dietary supplements. Where tobacco wa...

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  • Government issues notice to Facebook seeking details on data breach
Government issues notice to Facebook seeking details on data breach

After hearing hours of Wylie's evidence, Collins was angrier. Wylie, 28, was the Director of Research at Cambridge Analytica . With this new tool, users can now easily find and manage their older content which includes posts, reactions, comments, and other things they have searched for.

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  • Orange County to support Trump's lawsuit against California
Orange County to support Trump's lawsuit against California

Steel's introduction of the resolution prompted Supervisor Shawn Nelson to propose joining Sessions' lawsuit. The supervisors' vote follows a move by the Los Alamitos City Council last week to adopt an ordinance that would exempt the small northern Orange County city from SB-54, a California law that limits cooperation between local and sta...

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  • Trump To Replace VA Secretary David Shulkin
Trump To Replace VA Secretary David Shulkin

Robert Wilkie of DOD will serve as Acting Secretary. "The answer is he has incredibly good genes, it's just the way God made him", Jackson said. Jackson has served since 2013 as the Physician to the President, and gained a national profile earlier this year for holding a sweeping press conference on the president's health.

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  • India wants to boost fruit and veg exports to China
India wants to boost fruit and veg exports to China

He chose South China Morning Post , a relatively independent newspaper from non-Communist Hong Kong to voice India's opinion. China on Monday asserted that Doklam belongs to it and India should have "learnt lessons" from the stand-off a year ago, after India's envoy blamed China for the face-off, saying it happened because Beijing tried to a...

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  • No Mega Millions lottery victor; jackpot grows
No Mega Millions lottery victor; jackpot grows

It's the fourth largest jackpot in its history, according to the Mega Millions website. Tickets for Tuesday's drawing can be purchased until 10:45 p.m. But he's never sold a victor as big as Friday's projected jackpot. Mega Millions is played in 44 states, Washington, D.C., and the U.S. Virgin Islands.

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  • Scattered snow and rain showers today
Scattered snow and rain showers today

The afternoon is forecast to be in the lower 80s with a mostly cloudy sky. And heralding a spell of good weather, to make up for all the rain, wind and snow we have endured for months, research excitingly titled the Pimms Summer Forecast brings good news.

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  • Latest Forecast: Rain And Snow Starts Wednesday Afternoon
Latest Forecast: Rain And Snow Starts Wednesday Afternoon

May gets 194 hours of sunshine on average, according to the analysis - more than any other more traditional summer month, and is also the driest month. FRIDAY: High pressure returns for Good Friday and that means a good day of weather! There is a chance for significant rain on Friday; however the models are trending further west with the heavies...

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  • Federal Bureau of Investigation arrests suspect near Seattle in DC area suspicious packages case
Federal Bureau of Investigation arrests suspect near Seattle in DC area suspicious packages case

Howard said the package was "rendered safe, " and no injuries were reported . The FBI and the U.S. Postal Inspection Service also are working to see whether any other suspicious packages might be moving through the mail to other potential targets in the Washington D.C.

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