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Author: 0 Majority of young adults view Trump as 'illegitimate' president

The breakdown of the results further indicated that 53 percent of young white respondents consider Trump as a legitimate president, though a majority in that group, about 55 percent, view his job performance negatively. That Trump is undeniably the US' 45th president does not sit easily with young Americans like Anderson who are the nation's increasingly diverse electorate of the future, according to a new poll.

Global Media Senate delays voting over military courts' extension
Author: 0 Senate delays voting over military courts' extension

A ceremony in honour of the victims of a Pakistani Taliban attack on an army-run school in Peshawar in December 2014 that killed more than 150 people, mostly children. It also demanded implementation of the law of evidence during the proceedings. The argument at the time was the country's civilian justice system was too corrupt, the courts too slow, police investigations too imperfect, and the system too prone to outside pressure at various levels, including threats from militant ...

Global Media Shot boy's mom let toddler pull trigger
Author: 0 Shot boy's mom let toddler pull trigger

Her 1-year-old daughter was also in the home at the time, but police aren't sure if she was in the bedroom. He also wouldn't say who's believed to have shot the boy or detail the inconsistencies in the mother's account. The tests revealed that a large amount of blood had been cleaned up in the home before Wendy Lavarnia called 911. The trunk of Kansas Lavarnia's vehicle also contained blood traces, police allege.

Global Media Screwfix boosts Kingfisher's profits
Author: 0 Screwfix boosts Kingfisher's profits

Kingfisher announces that its Chairman, Daniel Bernard, has informed the Board that he will retire as Chairman and step down from the Board at the AGM in June 2017, after eight years as Chairman and 11 years on the Board. Ms Laury's caution pushed Kingfisher shares nearly 6 per cent lower, the worst performer on the FTSE 100 index, even though the company beat forecasts for 2016-17 profit, and said a five-year plan to restructure the business was on track after its first year.

Author: 0 Vehicle bomb blast kills at least 23 in south Baghdad

Iraqi forces took control of eastern Mosul in January after 100 days of fighting and launched the battle in the western part of the city on February 19. Iraqi security forces fire a rocket towards Daesh positions in Mosul on Monday. ISIL has staged similar attacks in Baghdad over the past several years.

Global Media Libyan coastguards rescue 215 migrants off Libya's coast
Author: 0 Libyan coastguards rescue 215 migrants off Libya's coast

So far this year 16,248 migrants have arrived in Italy, up from 13,825 in the same period last year. IOM spokesman Joel Millman said Tuesday that the weekend rescue of over 3,300 migrants was set to bring the total of arrivals in Italy to over 20,000 this year.

Global Media GOP Health Care Change Would Shift Medicare Burden From Counties To State
Author: 0 GOP Health Care Change Would Shift Medicare Burden From Counties To State

Cuomo. House Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi today accused the House GOP of trying to buy votes for their health care bill from Upstate New York Republicans with a "spiteful" change to Medicaid taxes. Citizen Action of NY is planning a "die-in" Thursday afternoon on the seventh anniversary of the Affordable Care Act. Donovan is also anxious NY residents won't be able to use the new federal tax credits to purchase health insurance because NY law requires insurers to provide abortion ...

Author: 0 Turkey cancels German rallies as diplomatic row continues

The EU has said Turkey must amend its terrorism laws for visa-free travel to be considered, a condition described by Celik as impossible given the recent attacks in Turkey by Kurdish and Islamic State militants and last year's coup attempt.

Global Media Acid attack on girl in Delhi's Sangam Vihar
Author: 0 Acid attack on girl in Delhi's Sangam Vihar

In a shocking incident, an 18-year-old girl was forced to drink acid by a man after she refused to reciprocate his love. Deputy Commissioner of Police Romil Baaniya told IANS that the victim received burn injuries on the right side of her lips, neck and shoulder.

Author: 0 Kate Middleton Wears Chanel on Day Two of Her Trip to France

While at the event, the couple chatted with schoolchildren from the British Council's Somme project as well as members of young learners programs. The Duchess of Cambridge arrives for a diner at the British Embassy in Paris, France, on 17 March 2017.

Author: 0 4-magnitude natural disaster hits Bali, no tsunami warnings issued

Indonesia's Meteorological, Climatological and Geophysical Agency however rated the quake at 6.4 magnitude. The USGS said the quake struck at about 2 km northeast of Banjar Pasekan, with a depth of 118.4km at 7.10am. Many reported being woken by the quake as beds shook and windows rattled. There is no threat of a tsunami. Indonesia is positioned on the highly seismically active zone "Pacific Ring of Fire", which is known for collision of tectonic plates, and hence it experiences frequent ...

Global Media Trump should 'apologise' to Obama — Former CIA chief
Author: 0 Trump should 'apologise' to Obama — Former CIA chief

Trump has been dogged by allegations that his associates had ties to Russian officials. "If he didn't do it, we shouldn't be reckless in accusations that he did", Cole said adding, "I've seen no indication that that's true, it's not a charge I would have ever made".

Global Media Weather Authority Forecast for Tuesday, March 21
Author: 0 Weather Authority Forecast for Tuesday, March 21

Wednesday Night: Mostly cloudy, with a low around 52. Weather will be fair and seasonable for the first official day of spring, the National Weather Service reports. Southeast wind 5 to 10 miles per hour becoming west southwest after midnight. Temperatures dropping into the 20s. Highs 62 to 68. Temperatures in the 20s, stay steady or drop some.

Global Media Ganga, Yamuna have legal rights like humans. Read why
Author: 0 Ganga, Yamuna have legal rights like humans. Read why

The court also directed the state government to form a Ganga Administration Board for cleaning and better maintenance of the river. A week ago, the New Zealand government declared the country's third-longest river Whanganui as a living entity citing religious status behind the move.

Author: 0 FBI Reportedly Looking At Breitbart, InfoWars As Part Of Russia Probe

It seems more likely that the Russians correctly recognized InfoWars and Breitbart as essentially pro-Trump propaganda outlets, and co-opted their content for use as actual propaganda. The investigation into the bots is just one branch of several investigations being run by the FBI probing Russia's attempts to influence the 2016 election.

Global Media Melania and Barron Trump will move into the White House this summer
Author: 0 Melania and Barron Trump will move into the White House this summer

The White House has declined to comment on the first family's living arrangements, asking for privacy while the first son continues his schooling. The White House's new official email provides its readers with a daily dose of news from the Trump administration, from events to a "photo of the day" to a curated selection of media reports .

Author: 0 French police release father of Paris airport attacker

Two colleagues on patrol with the female soldier shot and killed the man before he could fire the military weapon in the busy airport terminal. The soldiers at Orly were part of Operation Sentinel - involving thousands of soldiers deployed to provide back-up to the police after the Charlie Hebdo attack in January 2015 and the Paris attacks of November 2015.

Author: 0 Pros And Cons To Launching Military Action Against North Korea

It shows recent North Korean missile tests and footage from joint military drills by the United States and South Korea, along with doctored images of the USS Carl Vinson on fire. ABC News takes a look at what options are available to the US if North Korea continues making progress in its nuclear and ballistic missiles programs.