• Broward sheriff speaks about no-confidence vote after ceremony for fallen heroes
Broward sheriff speaks about no-confidence vote after ceremony for fallen heroes

Although the plan is to present the results of the vote to Gov. Rick Scott and urge him to remove or suspend Israel, the vote is largely. The vote was held by the Broward Sheriff's Office Deputies Association, which represents 1,325 deputies out of 2,560 certified deputies in the county.

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  • F1 goes back to Baku, hoping for another thriller
F1 goes back to Baku, hoping for another thriller

Last year's Mercedes was labelled "a diva" by team boss Toto Wolff due to similar issues getting the tyres into the optimum operating window, but Hamilton thinks this year's auto is not fundamentally flawed and the fix will come from a better understanding of how to treat the tyres.

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  • Imran's pet Sheru 'expels' his third wife from house
Imran's pet Sheru 'expels' his third wife from house

The marriage that lasted more than nine years ended amiably but Mr Khan admitted in his 2011 book, Pakistan: A Personal History: The "six months leading to the divorce and the six months after were the hardest times of my life". If reports are to be believed, Bushra thought the presence of dogs in the house interfered with her religious activities....

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  • VA Pick Denies Democrat Claims He Crashed Car While Drunk
VA Pick Denies Democrat Claims He Crashed Car While Drunk

The senators' summary of charges against Jackson, which also include creating a hostile work environment and berating staff, comes from the testimony of 23 people familiar with Jackson, many of whom are now serving in the military. Jackson says he "never wrecked a auto". "It appears these allegations were brought to senators and so, in some cas...

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  • US Judge's Order to Resume DACA Program 'Victory for Justice': NYC Mayor
US Judge's Order to Resume DACA Program 'Victory for Justice': NYC Mayor

A federal judge's decision ordering the Trump administration to resume the DACA program that protected thousands of young illegal immigrants from deportation was "broad and wrong", White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said Wednesday.

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  • US Environmental Agency Chief Bans Use of Confidential Scientific Studies
US Environmental Agency Chief Bans Use of Confidential Scientific Studies

But critics of the policy, including former EPA administrator Gina McCarthy, say the new rule could undermine rules meant to protect public health because the studies used to support those rules rely on private health data. "Other government agencies also use studies like these to develop policy and regulations, and to buttress and defend rules a...

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  • Giannis Antetokounmpo converts clutch tip-in to beat Celtics
Giannis Antetokounmpo converts clutch tip-in to beat Celtics

Boston's little engine that could had success in the first two games of the series at home. A big reason for Toronto's problems has been the absence of backup point guard Fred VanVleet, who has an injured right shoulder and played just three minutes so far, sitting out three of the four games entirely.

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  • Boston Celtics: 3 takeaways from Game 5 vs
Boston Celtics: 3 takeaways from Game 5 vs

Side with the over here and I'd say catch it early because my guess is it will be bet up a bit as the day progresses. "It's on me. I had open shots, but they weren't my shots so I didn't feel comfortable taking them". "So just - we got to forget about that one". "I don't want it to turn into, 'Hey, we have to do this for Giannis'". "Well, [the re...

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  • Indu Malhotra cleared for Supreme Court judge
Indu Malhotra cleared for Supreme Court judge

Fact: Why is the Center displeased with Justice Joseph? . It is widely believed the upright judge is paying the price for quashing President's Rule in Uttarakhand. Since 2014, the government has had an on-and-off war with the judiciary, which has accused it of trying to control judicial-appointments by passing the National Judicial Appointments ...

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  • Int'l donors pledge 4.4 bln United States dollars for Syria
Int'l donors pledge 4.4 bln United States dollars for Syria

He said "we've made a good start", even though the pledges would fall well short of the estimated $7 billion the U.N.is seeking. As the "Supporting the future of Syria and the region" conference concludes in Brussels , the Jordan INGO Forum (JIF) welcomes the renewed partnership between Jordan and the global community to ensure that thousands ...

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  • Thousands gather for ANZAC Day memorials around world
Thousands gather for ANZAC Day memorials around world

A ceremony at the Gallipoli Cenotaph in central London commemorated Wednesday the tens of thousands of fallen soldiers in one of the toughest battles in Canakkale, Turkey, 103 years ago. The events leading up to the momentous battle started in February 1915, when Britain and France made a decision to launch the Gallipoli campaign to knock the Ottom...

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  • Mulvaney discloses he only met with lobbyists who gave money
Mulvaney discloses he only met with lobbyists who gave money

Speaking of his time as a Congressman, Mulvaney is reported by The Hill to have said , "If you were a lobbyist who never gave us money, I didn't talk to you". But the bureau has become a target of Republican lawmakers, who complain that it has unchecked power and is too aggressive in trying to punish financial firms.

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  • Facebook shrugs off Cambridge Analytica scandal to post 1Q earnings beat
Facebook shrugs off Cambridge Analytica scandal to post 1Q earnings beat

So will this result from Facebook be enough to steady the fragile U.S. share markets? Monthly active users rose 13% to 2.2 billion in the first quarter. "The profits are all based on the user's info, but the users get none of the profits back". Revenue was up 49 percent at US$11.97 billion, above the analyst estimate of US$11.41 billion.

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  • Interest rate, oil price surges curb stocks on Wall Street
Interest rate, oil price surges curb stocks on Wall Street

Consequently, the US-German and US-Japan yield differentials have widened for the dollar's favor, making the euro and yen lower. In addition, the 10-year yield is an important part of the yield curve; when the yield curve inverts from its normal slope, because rates on the longer end are lower than rates on the shorter end, it is viewed as a ...

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  • Donald Trump's lawyer to plead the Fifth Amendment in porn actress case
Donald Trump's lawyer to plead the Fifth Amendment in porn actress case

President Trump's longtime personal attorney officially said Wednesday that he would plead the Fifth Amendment in the Stormy Daniels case. Michael Cohen filed papers in federal court in Los Angeles on Wednesday saying he will assert his Fifth Amendment rights - the right of U.S.

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  • Windrush: An insult too many. How PMQs missed the point
Windrush: An insult too many. How PMQs missed the point

The Home Secretary has faced calls to resign over a scandal which has seen long-term residents of the United Kingdom, who came to Britain in the decades after the Second World War, wrongly stripped of benefits and threatened with deportation.

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  • Kim to cross border on foot for inter-Korean summit
Kim to cross border on foot for inter-Korean summit

Kim will sign the guest book before the morning session starts, Im said, describing the occasion as a "summit for peace and prosperity on the Korean peninsula". They will later plant a pine tree on the border using a mixture of soil from both counties' mountains and water from their respective rivers. According to the Blue House, National Securit...

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  • Sky pulls support for Murdoch bid as Comcast confirms $31 billion offer
Sky pulls support for Murdoch bid as Comcast confirms $31 billion offer

However, says Jack, the result will be that "a United States company - either Comcast or Disney - will end up owning Sky ". The bid represents a 16 percent premium to the current offer from 21st Century Fox . "Our belief is it's not required", Roberts said on a call with reporters. Rupert Murdoch , executive chairman of News Corporation. Abo...

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  • India slides further in press freedom under deadly threat from Modi's nationalism
India slides further in press freedom under deadly threat from Modi's nationalism

The organisation also said that the United States president has openly adopted a hate speech and considers reporters as "enemies of the people", using expressions that had always been used by the Soviet Union leader Joseph Stalin. After stifling independent voices at home, Vladimir Putin's Russian Federation (148th) is extending its propaganda netw...

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  • What the third royal baby means for the succession to the throne
What the third royal baby means for the succession to the throne

The Duke and Duchess reportedly used luxury design company Dragons of Walton Street , Knightsbridge, to create their children's nursery - the same company who designed William and Harry's childhood nursery. The name of the new baby will be announced in a few days time. The world's media has been gathered outside St Mary's Hospital in London. As ...

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