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In October, Sessions instructed federal prosecutors that the department would no longer interpret a 1964 federal civil rights law as protecting transgender workers from employment discrimination. But Sessions' address on Friday as he announced the Justice Department's new stance and other recent achievements got off to an awkward start. Sessions has come under scrutiny lately for his congressional testimony related to Russian Federation and any ties to Trump associates.
  • Navy Aircraft Crew Drew 'Unacceptable' Obscene Images In Skywriting

    Navy Aircraft Crew Drew 'Unacceptable' Obscene Images In Skywriting

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    Local news outlets are reporting that pilots from Naval Air Station Whidbey Island-the home of the Navy's fleet of EA-18G Growlers , as well as larger maritime patrol aircraft-drew a massive male genitalia in the sky with their contrails. When KREM 2 initially spoke to the Federal Aviation Administration to get information about who may have created the drawing, FAA officials said there is nothing they can do unless the act poses a safety risk.
  • Congressman LaMalfa votes yes on the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act

    Congressman LaMalfa votes yes on the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act

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    While there are legitimate quibbles about certain elements of the legislation, it represents enormous progress as an across-the-board tax cut, coupled with long-awaited simplification. "This is a rare opportunity to enact the kind of legislation that our constituents need and deserve, to grow the economy and put more money in the pockets of hard-working Kansans", Jenkins said .
  • Injured police officer succumbs

    Injured police officer succumbs

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    He said while the combing operation was going on, the security personnel came under fire from the militants. Also, unconfirmed reports suggest that a militant has been arrested by the forces. He said that Mugees was presently affiliated with Ansar Ghazwat-ul-Hind led by Zakir Musa, and he is the second militant from Srinagar to have been killed in the recent past after Sajad Gilkar.
  • EU's Tusk gives May fortnight to decide on terms of Brexit payment

    EU's Tusk gives May fortnight to decide on terms of Brexit payment

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    She said both sides still needed to move together to the point where "sufficient progress" had been made on divorce issues to allow negotiations to begin on Britain's future trading relationship with the bloc. She rejected claims that the talks were in limbo and restated her priority was to talk as soon as possible about her goal of a future "deep" trade and economic partnership.
  • George HW Bush Accused of Groping a Woman While He Was President

    George HW Bush Accused of Groping a Woman While He Was President

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    The 55-year-old Michigan woman, who requested her name not be published to avoid media attention, told CNN Thursday that Bush squeezed her buttocks during a picture at a re-election campaign fundraiser in Dearborn, Michigan. Actress Heather Lind was the first to accuse Bush of groping her, saying in an October 24 Instagram post that Bush "touched me from behind" and told "a dirty joke" while they posed for a photo at a Houston screening of the AMC television series "Turn".
  • Longtime Clinton Ally Says Bill Should've Resigned After Lewinsky Scandal

    Longtime Clinton Ally Says Bill Should've Resigned After Lewinsky Scandal

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    She explained that the "Me Too" movement has transformed the debate, arguing that, "We never had a conversation this important". She was a high-profile and vocal supporter of Hillary Clinton when she ran for president previous year. "I$3 t was a remarkable statement from a senator who enthusiastically backed Mrs. Clinton's presidential bid previous year but has been deeply involved in legislative efforts to curb sexual abuse and harassment in the military and on college campuses".
  • United Kingdom air safety authorities investigate mid-air collision

    United Kingdom air safety authorities investigate mid-air collision

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    This is published unedited from the PTI feed . A helicopter and an aircraft have been involved in a mid-air collision in England, police have confirmed. "There were a number of road closures following the incident, which have now been lifted". Thames Valley Air Ambulance are also at the site of the crash, a spokesman said.
  • Turkey pulls troops from North Atlantic Treaty Organisation drill amid new tensions

    Turkey pulls troops from North Atlantic Treaty Organisation drill amid new tensions

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    Initially, a technician used a picture of Atatürk he found online to represent enemy ranks. "They said they had chose to pull our troops out and will do so, so we told them to not stop and go ahead. Erdogan lashed out at his critics, saying that he is not going to wait for protection from North Atlantic Treaty Organisation allies. NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg issued a statement saying, "I apologize for the offense that has been caused".
  • Police lorry, matatu set ablaze as Raila's welcome party turns ugly

    Police lorry, matatu set ablaze as Raila's welcome party turns ugly

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    NASA leader Raila Odinga has criticised President Uhuru Kenyatta for the chaos that marred his return from a 10-day United States trip. The convoy later used Jogoo Road to Haile Sellasie Avenue, with their final destination being Uhuru Park, but ugly engagement between Raila's supporters and police thwarted their plan.
  • Palestinian tries to stab soldiers in West Bank, is shot, army says

    Palestinian tries to stab soldiers in West Bank, is shot, army says

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    The Palestinian then exited the auto and, armed with a knife, ran towards an IDF patrol, which opened fire and neutralized the terrorist, who sustained critical injuries, was treated at the scene and then evacuated to Hadassah Ein Kerem. The 70-year-old victim was lightly injured on his head and was taken to Shaarei Tzedek hospital. The other suffered minor injuries only. The second victim, also male, is in light to moderate condition.