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Global Media 9th Circuit Blocks Immigration Ban, Will Trump Stop The Legal Squabble?
Author: 0 9th Circuit Blocks Immigration Ban, Will Trump Stop The Legal Squabble?

A day after a three-judge panel rebuffed him, Trump said he might sign "a brand new order" by Monday or Tuesday that would be aimed at accomplishing the same objective but, with a stronger legal basis, the New York Times reported . Green card holders or permanent residents from the seven affected countries may be excluded from the travel ban if the decree is revised, according to a congressional aide.

Global Media Woman fatally mauled by recently adopted dog
Author: 0 Woman fatally mauled by recently adopted dog

But ABC News reported that she was slain by the dog, a mastiff she recently had adopted. EMS transported the woman to Weill Cornell Medical Center, where she was pronounced dead, police said. The city medical examiner will determine the cause of death and the investigation was ongoing, according to the NYPD . There was no immediate comment from animal care officials.

Global Media Hamas appoints new party chief in Gaza Strip
Author: 0 Hamas appoints new party chief in Gaza Strip

Hamas appointed its prominent military commander Yehiya Sinwar to head its operations at its power base in the Gaza Strip Monday. He was released in a 2011 prisoner swap to free Israeli soldier Gilad Shalit and added to the US terrorism blacklist in 2015.

Global Media Tens of thousands defy cold to protest for 13th day
Author: 0 Tens of thousands defy cold to protest for 13th day

The protests, which peaked on February 5 with more than 200,000 people in the capital, started after Prime Minister Sorin Grindeanu's Social Democratic (PSD) cabinet watered down anti-corruption rules with the decree. But parliament, where the ruling coalition holds a big majority, still has to vote on whether to confirm the decree's withdrawal. On Friday, Liviu Dragnea, the Social Democrat leader and lower house speaker, said parliament should meet to approve the withdrawal as soon as ...

Global Media Outflow Over Emergency Spillway Slows At Oroville Dam
Author: 0 Outflow Over Emergency Spillway Slows At Oroville Dam

Meanwhile, Sikh temples, churches, and schools in the Sacramento area have opened their doors to all evacuated people, offering food and shelter. Construction on the Oroville Dam was completed in 1967 and scales 770 feet, 44 feet taller than the Hoover Dam along the Colorado River.

Author: 0 French presidential frontrunner Emmanuel Macron 'targeted by Russian-controlled state media'

According to an Opinionway poll released Monday, the 39-year-old politician would win in the final duel of the election with 63 percent, against 37 percent in favor of the leader of the National Front (FN). The state-owned news website and the Russian embassy in London have both denied the allegations. I'm saying that there is that [fake news] on one side and hundreds if not thousands of attacks on our digital system, on our data and websites.

Author: 0 Samsung Bixby: Trademark application uncovers new logo

For now, Samsung seems to be focused on Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Plus smartphones, which is revealed to launch at the end of March. Interestingly we recently reported on a rumor for a Galaxy S8 Plus suggesting it could have a screen size of 6.2-inches, so it will be interesting to see where Samsung goes with the Note 8.

Global Media Senator Warren forced not to quote Coretta King
Author: 0 Senator Warren forced not to quote Coretta King

The Senate voted 52 to 47 on Wednesday to confirm Sessions as attorney general. Elizabeth Warren's use of a letter written by the late Coretta Scott King to protest against Sessions' confirmation. "We need a lawful system of immigration", Mr Sessions said after he was sworn in. Like he did, I will cast my nomination against the vote of Sen. "Nevertheless, she persisted", McConnell said, referencing Warren's interruption earlier in the night by Senator Steve Daines, who had informed Warren ...

Global Media Valentine's Day flower trends: More requests for tropical bouquets
Author: 0 Valentine's Day flower trends: More requests for tropical bouquets

He says to keeps those Valentine's Day flowers looking great be sure to trim the stems and keep them in fresh water. "It's our second biggest day of the year after Mother's Day", she said. For Lai, the demand for Valentine bouquets has dropped by up to 30% compared to better times. It's not that they can not afford it, but flowers are non-essential.

Global Media Uh oh. Trump's official inauguration poster has a typo
Author: 0 Uh oh. Trump's official inauguration poster has a typo

The Hill said the page went down between 9:30 and 10 p.m. on Sunday. It's since removed the print from its online store, the Associated Press reports (the Internet Archive website has an archived version ). Similarly, in December, Trump was teased after he misspelled unprecedented as " unpresidented " in a tweet accusing China of stealing a USA underwater drone.

Global Media Man Mistakenly Texts Murder Plot Arrangement To Ex-Boss
Author: 0 Man Mistakenly Texts Murder Plot Arrangement To Ex-Boss

Jeff Lytle of Monroe, Washington , allegedly meant to text a man named Shayne about a murder arrangement. Upon receiving the misdirected text, the concerned recipient immediately alerted police. But it continues to get better. Lytle told police he knows no one named " Shayne ", and that the text in question was written months ago following an argument he had had with his wife.

Global Media Kate Middleton, Duke of Cambridge Attend 2017 BAFTA Film Awards in London
Author: 0 Kate Middleton, Duke of Cambridge Attend 2017 BAFTA Film Awards in London

Some of Hollywood's brightest stars braved the cold on Sunday night to attend the 2017 BAFTA awards - but it was the Duchess of Cambridge who stole the show. Frothy musical " La La Land " took five prizes including best picture, but major awards also went to tough welfare-state drama "I, Daniel Blake" and fractured-family stories "Lion" and " Manchester by the Sea ".

Global Media NORKS fires missile that India reckons it could shoot down in flight
Author: 0 NORKS fires missile that India reckons it could shoot down in flight

Following the missile launch, the USA special envoy for North Korea policy, Amb. "It also verified the position control and guidance in the middle section and section of re-entry after the separation of the improved warhead of the missile which can be tipped with a nuclear warhead, the feature of evading interception ...", the North's state-run KCNA said.

Author: 0 Malta's economic activity to remain robust — European Commission forecast

The pace of economic expansion slowed down in the first three quarters of 2016, compared to the same period one year earlier, by 0.4 pps.to 2.7% (y-o-y). "A large share of the new jobs was created through government employment measures". Unemployment in Finland is projected to fall at a steady pace from 8.8 percent previous year to 8.3 percent in 2018.

Global Media HRW slams 'unlawful' deportation of Afghan refugees
Author: 0 HRW slams 'unlawful' deportation of Afghan refugees

An worldwide rights defender has accused Pakistan and the United Nations refugee agency of complicity in promoting "unlawful and coerced" repatriation of tens of thousands of Afghan refugees. UNHCR therefore fundamentally abrogated its refugee protection mandate by effectively supporting Pakistan's mass refoulement, thereby making UNHCR complicit in these violations, "the report said".

Global Media Trump say appeals court decision on travel ban was 'political'
Author: 0 Trump say appeals court decision on travel ban was 'political'

White House officials denied news reports that the President would not appeal the case to the Supreme Court. The president's nominee, Neil Grouch, could not be confirmed in time to take part in any consideration of the ban. "You'll be seeing that sometime next week", Trump said speaking at the White House. "Although our jurisprudence has long counseled deference to the political branches on matters of immigration and national security", the three judges wrote in a unanimous opinion, ...

Author: 0 European Union chief Jean-Claude Juncker 'will not seek second term'

In the radio program set to air on Sunday, Junker said he fears the coming Brexit talks might easily "divide the other 27 member states without great effort". "While we're negotiating with the British, we have to agree on the definitive visions for this continent if we want to avoid an apocalyptic mood", Juncker said.