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Prince Charles wearing a pale grey suit, headed down the stairs with Camilla in a light green dress. The couple visited Old Government House at the Botanic Gardens for their formal welcome, with any worries that the pair might be less than welcome among some Aussies dissipating as thrilled crowds were heard to shout for the couple by name.
  • Rebecca Dallet Wins Spot on WI Supreme Court

    Rebecca Dallet Wins Spot on WI Supreme Court

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    Dallet won against Sauk County Circuit Judge Michael Screnock, who was backed by Republican Gov. Scott Walker . The race has drawn national interest and campaign donations. Screnock campaigned as a traditional conservative jurist, saying he would interpret the law as written and decrying judicial activism. Dallet ran with a tough-on-crime message, focusing on her 11 years as a prosecutor followed by 10 years as a judge in Milwaukee.
  • White House confirms Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin will meet

    White House confirms Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin will meet

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    Since the March 20 phone call, Washington expelled 60 Russian diplomats and closed a Russian consulate over allegations that Russia was behind the poisoning of a former Russian spy and his daughter in Britain. "You look at the economy; you look at what's happening", Trump said. (Reuters/Gary Cameron) Then-president Barack Obama and first lady Michelle Obama act out monsters as they read "Where the Wild Things Are", to children at the White House Easter Egg Roll in 2016.
  • Mother accused of using Taser to wake son for church

    Mother accused of using Taser to wake son for church

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    Shawn Lewellyn. "He said, 'For tasing your son.' I said, 'I didn't tase my son, I made the noise.' He said that it's domestic violence against a minor". "And I hugged my kids and told them I love them", Dobbins said. She told dispatchers her mother hit him in the back of the head and he "was bleeding really bad".
  • 'Several' teams will look to trade for Kawhi Leonard

    'Several' teams will look to trade for Kawhi Leonard

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    National Basketball Association teams are reportedly preparing to inquire about the availability of San Antonio Spurs superstar Kawhi Leonard this offseason. It's shocking the Spurs , a model organization known for not having off-the-court drama, would be dealing with this kind of tension with one of its star players.
  • Islamic State claims it killed four Catholics in southern Pakistan

    Islamic State claims it killed four Catholics in southern Pakistan

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    The attack came a day after Pakistan's Christian community celebrated Easter on Sunday. The victims were travelling in a rickshaw to visit family when they were ambushed by armed men on two motorcycles. "As they left the house to go to the bazaar after dinner, they were fired upon". The bodies of the three visitors reached Lahore today for burial in their native Narangmandi, Sheikhupura District.
  • Trump, Putin Discuss Washington Summit

    Trump, Putin Discuss Washington Summit

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    The meeting comes as the White House has raised the possibility of Trump welcoming Putin to the White House. "But he says, 'I didn't do that.' I think he's very insulted by it, if you want to know the truth". No preparations for a meeting between Putin and Trump are underway following their telephone call, according to Ushakov. President Donald Trump is telling the leaders of the three Baltic countries that no one has been tougher on Russian Federation and says he's been pressing North ...
  • Police Negotiating With An Unauthorised Climber On Sydney Harbour Bridge

    Police Negotiating With An Unauthorised Climber On Sydney Harbour Bridge

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    The closure of the lanes on the bridge have caused a domino effect - the Anzac Bridge and Victoria Road have been affected, while the City West link has issues reaching as far as Haberfield. "It's basically going to throw peak into chaos for anyone coming into the Sydney CBD", he told reporters. (9NEWS) Motorists are being urged to stay away from the Sydney Harbour Bridge amid a police operation.
  • Military to protect USA border

    Military to protect USA border

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    Trump also offered measured support for Scott Pruitt, the embattled head of the Environmental Protection Agency. "I echo @ POTUS demand for Congress to address outdated and unsafe immigration loopholes - the system is broken", Nielsen said.
  • Russian spy: Source of nerve agent 'not identified'

    Russian spy: Source of nerve agent 'not identified'

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    A spokesperson said: "We have been clear from the very beginning that our world leading experts at Porton Down identified the substance used in Salisbury as a Novichok , a military grade nerve agent". Other pieces of the puzzle, he said, "includes our knowledge that within the last decade, Russia has investigated ways of delivering nerve agents probably for assassination - and as part of this program has produced and stockpiled small quantities of Novichoks; Russia's record of conducting ...
  • NCAA Championship Game Suffers Historically Bad Ratings

    NCAA Championship Game Suffers Historically Bad Ratings

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    Villa nova won all six of its tournament games by double figures. The Wildcats' recipe for success: Don't be shy about shooting the basketball, especially from deep. Maybe if more power college coaches spent their time carefully constructing teams instead of breathlessly chasing the next center for the Sacramento Kings, the next point guard for the Orlando Magic, or the next power forward for the Utah Jazz, they'd be able to build their own Villanova .
  • Helping sexual assault survivors

    Helping sexual assault survivors

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    April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month and is being promoted to support those affected by sexual assault, provide a safe space for telling stories and educating students on sexual assault, according to a press release from the center. The first event will be held Thursday at 6 p.m.in Denton Square. The U.S. Department of Justice defines sexual assault as "any type of sexual contact or behavior that occurs without the explicit consent of the recipient".