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After Warmbier's death, US weighs travel ban on North Korea

After Warmbier's death, US weighs travel ban on North Korea

White House press secretary Sean Spicer on Tuesday offered few details about how the USA plans to respond to the death of Warmbier , promising only that the U.S. There's evidence, from brain scans se...

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After Georgia, Republicans celebrating, Dems searching

Republican Karen Handel has won Georgia's congressional race , according to CNN and NBC. Republicans immediately crowed over winning a seat Democrats spent at least $30 million trying to f...

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State Department presses North Korea to release detained Americans

State Department presses North Korea to release detained Americans

American student Otto Warmbier , center, is escorted at the Supreme Court in Pyongyang, North Korea , Wednesday, March 16, 2016. But the doctors who examined Warmbier told NBC News that they did ...

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Iran fires several missiles at Syria after Tehran attacks

Iran fires several missiles at Syria after Tehran attacks

Senior Iranian military officials have dubbed the Islamic Republic a "missile power" after it launched multiple strikes on ISIS militants in Syria following a terror attack in Tehran that killed s...

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GST to be launched on June 30 midnight in Parliament

GST to be launched on June 30 midnight in Parliament

The webpage will help address issues being faced by the companies in the sector and also enable them to file for grievance redressal with regard to GST implementation, an official release said. Kerala...

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Barack Obama Responds To Warmbier's Death After Criticism From Trump, Parents

Barack Obama Responds To Warmbier's Death After Criticism From Trump, Parents

The Warmbier family's "objection to an autopsy was honored", the office said, and only an external examination was performed. The U.S. government accuses North Korea of using such detainees as pol...

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Spicer: Democrats Have Chosen to Exclude Themselves From Senate Healthcare Bill

Spicer: Democrats Have Chosen to Exclude Themselves From Senate Healthcare Bill

If the legislation closely resembles the House bill - which President Trump recently described as "mean" - polls suggest it would be unpopular in North Dakota. Senate Republicans are still working o...

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Trump attorney says president not under federal investigation

In another sign of the gravity of the situation, Trump's legal team blitzed Sunday talk shows to contradict the President's tweet Friday where he said he is already under investigation. So he's be...

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Trump says Otto Warmbier was left for too long in North Korea

Trump says Otto Warmbier was left for too long in North Korea

Warmbier's death have been drawn at this time as there are additional medical records and imaging to review and people to interview", Sammarco said in a written statement Tuesday. The tweet, which ...

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Democrats just went 0-4. When will they win?

Price won the district last November by 23 points , and Ossoff's much closer margin serves as a 'silver lining, ' Democratic congresswoman Cheri Bustos said . She also welcomed a parade of national...

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Working with China on North Korea 'has not worked out'

Working with China on North Korea 'has not worked out'

His family said it was told he had been in a coma since soon after his sentencing. His eyes opened and blinked but he showed no indication that he understood verbal commands or was aware of his surr...

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US shoots down pro-regime drone in Syria

Weeks after President Vladimir Putin ordered Russian military forces to Syria in September 2015 to prop up the regime of President Bashar Assad , Russia and the US signed a memorandum on preven...

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Trump's son-in-law may get new legal counsel

The U.S. Justice Department has launched a 12-city partnership to combat spikes in violent crime as part of President Donald Trump's vow to support law enforcement, Attorney General Jeff Sessions sa...

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Coroner examining death of US student released by North Korea

Coroner examining death of US student released by North Korea

Doctors at the Cincinnati Medical Center, where Mr Warmbier was treated following his return to the USA on 13 June, determined he suffered from "unresponsive wakefulness", also known as persistent v...

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Miranda Hakimi Harvey: Mom Abandons Toddler At Atlanta Airport To Go Shopping?

Miranda Hakimi Harvey: Mom Abandons Toddler At Atlanta Airport To Go Shopping?

Atlanta Police Sergeant Warren Pickard said Miranda Harvey's motivations for abandoning her daughter with strangers remains unknown and deemed the situation "concerning". The couple contacted the...

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Who will join the Vegas Golden Knights?

The Vegas Golden Knights , the NHL's latest expansion team, will begin play next season. The Pittsburgh Penguins have left four-time Stanley Cup champion Chris Kunitz and former all-star goaltend...

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Republican avoids upset in costly Georgia congressional race

Republican avoids upset in costly Georgia congressional race

If Handel were to win, Republicans on Capitol Hill could feel they are on the right track - helping the GOP's push for health care and tax reform legislation. The district is traditionally red: Ho...

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US State Department 'mystified' by Gulf states on Qatar

US State Department 'mystified' by Gulf states on Qatar

According to Benchari last week, the second since the beginning of the diplomatic crisis and the trade blockade to Doha , the total food products sold to Qatar was five thousand tons. "Qatar's action...

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Belgian PM: station attack could have been worse

Belgian PM: station attack could have been worse

Authorities have described the incident as a foiled terrorist attack. As a result, no people have been hurt although security forces have evacuated people from the train station as well as La Grande...

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Georgia inmates save correctional officer who passed out during work detail

Georgia inmates save correctional officer who passed out during work detail

The men - who were all jailed for minor criminal offenses - were cutting grass at a cemetery when the deputy collapsed in 100 percent humidity. That's when six inmates took action and helped saved...

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