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I have seen firsthand the hard work NYPAN have been doing to organize for a better, more progressive NY, and stand up to Governor Cuomo's destructive policies by demanding we take big money out of politics once again. "The schism between the progressive unions who founded the WFP and some of its member organization is unfortunate", Fashouer said. Cuomo has held a large lead against Nixon in recent polls.
  • US, Allied Strikes in Syria Bring Heated Response from Russia

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    The sounds of massive explosions rang out across Damascus just before dawn on Saturday, ushering in 45 minutes of explosions and the roar of warplanes, AFP's correspondent in the city said. Syrian state media reported only three people injured, while Russia's defense ministry said there were "no victims" among Syrian civilians and military personnel.
  • Assumption Clinton would Triumph a Element in Re Search — Former FBI Mind

    Assumption Clinton would Triumph a Element in Re Search — Former FBI Mind

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    Claire McCaskill (D-Mo.) said Comey had "damaged the institution of law enforcement", while Sen. In addition to its evisceration of Trump - who is repeatedly likened to a mafia boss and labelled "unethical, and untethered to the truth and institutional values" - A Higher Loyalty offers a painstaking recounting of the Clinton emails saga, which Comey calls "this bad case".
  • Child's body found in California river where family vanished

    Child's body found in California river where family vanished

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    California drivers are deemed drunk having a level of 0.08 or higher. Personal belongings of the four members of the family from Santa Clarita in California, who were believed to be travelling through Humboldt and Mendocino County on US-101 while on a vacation, were also found by the team over a two-day period on Tuesday and Wednesday, officials said.
  • How to protect your personal information online

    How to protect your personal information online

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    While Facebook said it is changing its data policy for European users, the company has appealed the decision. "However, a friend of yours did log in". You didn't know how many apps you need to audit. These allegations have taken an aggressive turn and have cause concern over whether this data was then used to try to sway the outcome of the 2016 USA presidential election and the Brexit vote.
  • PM Modi presents slippers to tribal woman in Chhattisgarh

    PM Modi presents slippers to tribal woman in Chhattisgarh

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    Modi also inaugurated the Van Dhan Yojana, which aims at empowering tribal communities, besides dedicating the Bhanupratappur-Gudum railway line to the nation by flagging off a train between Dalli Rajhara and Bhanupratappur. #10:30 AM: Ahmedabad: Ruckus at an event on the occasion of Ambedkar Jayanti as MLA Jignesh Mevani's supporters tried to obstruct BJP MPs and members from garlanding BR Ambedkar's statue.
  • UN Security Council meets on Syria strikes

    UN Security Council meets on Syria strikes

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    A draft resolution requires nine votes to be adopted and no vetoes from the five permanent members - Britain, China, France, Russia and the United States . USA ambassador to the UN, Nikki Haley, said Russian Federation was protecting a "monster" in Assad. May says the need to attack is too "urgent" to ask parliament.
  • Diane Abbott: We will only back conflict in WW2 scenario

    Diane Abbott: We will only back conflict in WW2 scenario

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    The largest US air and naval strike force since the 2003 Iraq war is said to be heading towards Syria, according to reports in The Times , paving the way for strikes within the next three days. its role in the poison gas attack in Salisbury - is a greater threat to world peace than the United States". The meeting at Number 10 was held to determine whether Britain would join US-led air strikes against the regime of president Bashar Assad.
  • Russian Federation says Syria chemical attack was 'fabricated'

    Russian Federation says Syria chemical attack was 'fabricated'

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    He did not elaborate or name the state. The exchange follows the poisoning of a former Russian spy in Britain, and comes amid Moscow's stern warnings to the West against striking Syria. He noted that the Russian and USA militaries have a hotline to prevent incidents, adding that it's not clear if it would be sufficient amid mounting tensions.
  • United Kingdom opposition leader says no legal basis for attack on Syria

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    French President Emmanuel Macron claimed that France had "proof" the Assad regime used chemical weapons in Douma at the weekend, and would support any United States action. "We can not allow the use of chemical weapons to become normalized - either within Syria, on the streets of the United Kingdom or elsewhere", May told reporters in Downing Street.
  • Woman says cliff crash mom ran kids' 'boot camp'

    Woman says cliff crash mom ran kids' 'boot camp'

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    The juvenile has not yet been identified but authorities believe the child had been in the SUV. Carpenter said "a lot about this case is unusual ... baffling nearly". Police hadn't found the bodies of Devonte Hart and his adoptive sisters, 16-year-old Hannah Hart and 12-year-old Sierra. "Several items have been positively identified, by family members, as belonging to the Thottapilly family", it said.