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In January, Trump signed an executive order to suspend the country's refugee program for 120 days and ban travelers from Iraq, Syria, Iran, Libya, Somalia, Sudan and Yemen for 90 days. Hundreds of demonstrators gathered in front of the White House on Wednesday in protest at the administration's third travel ban . In ruling temporarily for the challengers, the judge rejected the claims by Administration lawyers that the challenge was premature because none of those involved in the ...
  • Man In Pikachu Costume Jumps White House Fence

    Man In Pikachu Costume Jumps White House Fence

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    According to a police report , he jumped a concrete barrier on the south side of the presidential residence, after dropping a backpack and telling officers he was unarmed. Just two years ago, Secret Service caught its first Pikachu, 26-year-old Jeffrey Grossman . Combs later told authorities that Secret Service agents got too close and interrupted his attempt at a pre-jump, but he "decided to still attempt because he thought we weren't paying attention", the arrest affidavit said.
  • Sen. McCain: Niger Attack Info 'May Require a Subpoena'

    Sen. McCain: Niger Attack Info 'May Require a Subpoena'

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    We're coequal branches of government", McCain said. White House cyber security coordinator Rob Joyce did not appear before the Senate Armed Services on Thursday to discuss cyber threats facing the United States. "It's because we have oversight of our military", he told reporters, according to CNN . Experts are reportedly trying to establish an hour-by-hour timeline of what happened, and the investigation will include all USA military branches and agencies involved in the deadly mission.
  • Canada producer leaves TV amid flurry of sexual abuse allegations

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    The founder of the Montreal-based comedy festival Just For Laughs has resigned in the wake of sexual misconduct allegations. "Shaken by the allegations, I wish to devote my time to the point", Rozon continued. Montreal mayor Denis Coderre also expressed his "dismay and disappointment" at the Rozen accusations while Quebec Minister for Women Helen David praised a "cultural change" that has resulted in more women speaking out.
  • Cops respond to deadly shooting near Colorado State University

    Cops respond to deadly shooting near Colorado State University

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    Brooke Ehlers, who lives in a nearby apartment, told the Coloradan she heard gunshots and the sound of a woman screaming at around 2 a.m. Thursday. "The victims include parties who are both deceased and injured", he said. Police in Fort Collins are investigating a fatal shooting at a housing complex about a mile from Colorado State University. NY Daily News reports that students were warned to lock their doors and stay inside to avoid the shooting.
  • A Weather Warning Has Been Issued For Dublin Tomorrow

    A Weather Warning Has Been Issued For Dublin Tomorrow

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    The strong winds will be accompanied by heavy rain, bringing a risk of local flooding. Dave Reynolds, forecaster for The Weather Company, said: "We expect winds of 80mph perhaps stronger in coastal regions and although these might not be as strong as Ophelia it is important to note that many trees may have been weakened earlier in the week".