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Global Media Rain and/or snow will become heavier for some through the night
Author: 0 Rain and/or snow will become heavier for some through the night

Two to 4 inches of snow is expected by Saturday afternoon. The Boston Metropolitan area points south and southeast saw a wet start with very little snow and ice, while those in north central and northeast interior MA points north and west began Saturday slippery with falling snow, sleet and freezing rain.

Global Media Trump predicts 'very difficult' China summit
Author: 0 Trump predicts 'very difficult' China summit

Trump himself called out China on Thursday for trade imbalances and USA job losses just minutes before the order was announced. He has threatened to raise import taxes on Chinese goods, and declare the country a currency manipulator, although it is not clear whether he will follow through on either threat.

Global Media China, Europe urged to lead on climate
Author: 0 China, Europe urged to lead on climate

The move could potentially derail the Paris Agreement, which came into force on November 4, just a couple of days before the presidential election. And in any event, the Executive Order focuses on electricity generation, which uses nearly no oil, the one fuel the USA imports in significant quantity.

Global Media President Trump To Host China's President Xi Jinping At Mar-a-Lago
Author: 0 President Trump To Host China's President Xi Jinping At Mar-a-Lago

Trump added, "American companies must be prepared to look at other alternatives". Asked about the USA goal for the meeting, Spicer said this will be an opportunity for Trump "to develop a relationship in person with President Xi". "He was also talking to the Congress and those people who voted for him", Fu said of Trump's tweet. China disagrees with the US over the deployment of THAAD anti-ballistic missiles in South Korea, the Trump administration's approach to climate change and ...

Author: 0 China: Australia should look beyond the nations' differences

While much of the Premier's five day visit is focused on trade, the two leaders will take a break on Saturday to attend an Australian Rules football game in Sydney, before the Premier leaves for New Zealand on Sunday. Australia has rejected a Chinese push for a formal alignment of Canberra's A$5 billion (S$5.4 billion) state infrastructure fund with Beijing's New Silk Road strategy, over concerns it could damage relations with the USA at a time when it is asking Washington to do more in the ...

Author: 0 Senate intelligence leaders pledge bipartisan Trump-Russia inquiry

Flynn was sacked from his job as President Donald Trump's first national security adviser after it was disclosed that he misled the vice president about a conversation he had with the Russian ambassador to the US during the transition. The New York Times reported that two White House officials - including an intelligence aide whose job was recently saved by Trump - helped Rep. Devin Nunes view intelligence.

Global Media Paul Ryan insists Obamacare repeal's not dead
Author: 0 Paul Ryan insists Obamacare repeal's not dead

You can subscribe to Newsweek's Foreign Service on Acast , SoundCloud and on iTunes . President Donald Trump is hoping to drive his priorities forward following the crumbling of the Republican health care bill but GOP finger-pointing is rampant, underscoring how tough it will be to produce the unity the party will need.

Author: 0 Police stumped as all but one suspect freed in London attack

Little else is known about the 52-year-old, who plowed an SUV through pedestrians on Westminster Bridge before stabbing a police officer to death outside the Parliament in an attack later claimed by ISIS. The attacker was born in Kent and lived in West Midlands, according to Metropolitan Police. The Romanian Foreign Ministry said a Romanian woman was in critical condition after undergoing complicated surgery for her injuries.

Global Media Those Who Kill Cows Will Be Hanged, Says Chhattisgarh CM Raman…
Author: 0 Those Who Kill Cows Will Be Hanged, Says Chhattisgarh CM Raman…

This shows BJP's hypocrisy. Chhattisgarh CM Raman Sinh is quite assured that no illegal cow slaughter exists in the state. In Haryana too, the BJP government had in 2015 made a stringent law againt cow slaughter with the offence attracting a rigorous imprisonment ranging from three years to 10 years.

Global Media Syrian Kurdish militia says it's getting Russian training
Author: 0 Syrian Kurdish militia says it's getting Russian training

Xelil said the YPG had shown its effectiveness in "fighting terrorism". Asked how soon the YPG aimed to reach this target, he said: "The second half of 2017". Russian troops are in the Kurdish-controlled Syrian region "as a result of an agreement between our forces and the Russian army", noted the YPG spokesperson.

Author: 0 House Republicans will continue work on health care overhaul

Rep. Mark Meadows , R-N.C., chairman of the Freedom Caucus, acknowledged he was doing a lot of "self-critiquing" after the health care defeat. These criteria can be argued in the Senate , but ultimately it falls to the president of the Senate , Mike Pence, on how the rule should be interpreted.

Author: 0 Trump's tweet sets tone for tense first meeting with Chinese President

Trump added, "American companies must be prepared to look at other alternatives". The meeting will be the first between the leaders of the world's two biggest economies since Trump took office in January after criticizing China's trade practices on the campaign trail.

Author: 0 Trump tells officials to review causes of USA trade deficits

Furthermore, the President said the "well-being of America and the American worker is my north star". Trump spoke to the media but left before signing the orders. Trump singled out China as the primary perpetrator of unfair trade practices, including currency manipulation. "Needless to say the number one source of the deficit is China", Ross said, before listing more than a dozen other "countries that will potentially be involved".

Global Media Judge OKs $25M settlement in Trump University lawsuits
Author: 0 Judge OKs $25M settlement in Trump University lawsuits

The Friday ruling from US District Judge Gonzalo Curiel in San Diego concluded a lengthy and contentious lawsuit that played a prominent role in the presidential campaign past year. He agreed with plaintiffs attorneys that Simpson had submitted a claim, which waived her right to sue, and disagreed with her argument that the deal violated her due process rights because it didn't allow class members to opt out even though a 2015 class notice said that it would.

Global Media Trump signs executive order unwinding Obama climate policies
Author: 0 Trump signs executive order unwinding Obama climate policies

Among other things, Trump's order lifts a moratorium on coal leasing on federal lands, removes restrictions on fracking on federal and tribal lands, directs the Environmental Protection Agency to rewrite the Clean Power Plan regulations created to limit emissions from power plants, and eliminates the requirement that climate change be considered in federal environmental reviews and decision making.

Global Media House Freedom Caucus must 'get on the team'
Author: 0 House Freedom Caucus must 'get on the team'

House Republicans' optimism that they could find a GOP-based solution to health care is undercut by comments this week by the White House and Senate Republicans who say any future health care legislation will likely require Democratic support - a tacit acknowledgement that repealing Obamacare is off the table.

Author: 0 European Union 'will die', says Le Pen

Money aside, Le Pen is also receiving support from Russia's foreign propaganda machine. Ms Le Pen, speaking on Europe 1 radio, reiterated her plan to hold a referendum on the euro issue if elected president, and pledged: "If it's no, I will go".

Global Media Bangladesh stand-off comes to deadly end with 'militant' blast
Author: 0 Bangladesh stand-off comes to deadly end with 'militant' blast

Explosions and continuous firing were heard after SWAT team launched "Operation Hit Back" at Nasirpur militant hideout in Moulvibazar Sadar upazila amid rough weather. On March 25, six people, including two policemen, were killed and almost 50 others injured in explosions around 500 metres away from the suspected hideout.

Author: 0 India rattles Australia; Bowlers put hosts in command!

Resuming the day at 248/6, overnight batsmen Ravindra Jadeja (63) and Wriddhiman Saha (31) added 69 runs before the former was dismissed by pacer Pat Cummins in the 113th over. Can Australia ruffle India or will the latter cruise through? Earlier, KL Rahul (60) and Cheteshwar Pujara (57) also made notable contributions.

Global Media Tillerson meets with wife of pastor accused of terrorist affiliation
Author: 0 Tillerson meets with wife of pastor accused of terrorist affiliation

Brussels police spokesman Ilse Van de keere said: "We had to intervene because there were incidents, there were wounded and they were taken to be treated, and an investigation is under way". The Turkish Government has stopped the influx of foreign fighters into Iraq and Syria. "In 2016", said the CRS report, "Russia expanded its targeting to include Islamic State forces, although it continued to occasionally target USA -backed rebel groups".

Global Media Coutinho inspires Liverpool to derby victory over Everton
Author: 0 Coutinho inspires Liverpool to derby victory over Everton

The standing ovation that Coutinho received after being substituted late on showed just what Liverpool's fans thought of his display. Everton began the second with goal and could have levelled just two minutes in when Ashley Williams steered the ball goalwards from a free kick but saw the effort stopped by Simon Mignolet.

Author: 0 United Nations chief in Iraq backs fight against Islamic State group

USA airstrikes probably played a role in the death of dozens of civilians in Mosul earlier this month, but an ongoing investigation may reveal a more complicated explanation, the top commander of American forces in Iraq said Tuesday. On Thursday, Iraq's militarized federal police inched deeper into Mosul's old city - a dense urban core in the city's western half - where they met with stiff resistance from IS militants.

Global Media Trump's sacked adviser seeking immunity to testify
Author: 0 Trump's sacked adviser seeking immunity to testify

Now that Trump has weighed in on immunity, people are pointing to his past comments on the subject , including one from a September rally in Florida in which Trump said, "If you're not guilty of a crime, what do you need immunity for, right?" He and his firm also recently registered with the Justice Department as foreign agents for lobbying work conducted on behalf of a company owned by a Turkish businessman.

Author: 0 Connecticut's US Sen. Blumenthal announces opposition to Gorsuch

She also said that she feels as though he has a "stunning lack of humanity". "The President who promised working people he would lift them up has nominated a judge who can't even see them". Democratic leaders have vowed to filibuster , meaning at least eight Democrats would have to break ranks to ensure the 60 votes needed to end debate and force a vote.

Global Media Senate Democrats Are Preparing To Filibuster Trump Supreme Court Nominee Neil Gorsuch
Author: 0 Senate Democrats Are Preparing To Filibuster Trump Supreme Court Nominee Neil Gorsuch

Supreme Court Justice nominee Neil M. Gorsuch testifies during the third day of his confirmation hearing before the Senate Judiciary Committee on Capitol Hill on Wednesday. Not only would this reduce the divisiveness, but it would also result in having one more exceptionally qualified justice on the Supreme Court. Conservative activists have identified 10 possible "yes" votes for Gorsuch among Democrats seeking re-election next year in states that President Donald Trump won in the 2016 ...

Global Media Kim Jong-nam's Body Leaves Beijing for Pyongyang
Author: 0 Kim Jong-nam's Body Leaves Beijing for Pyongyang

There were no details on what led to the breakthrough, but North Korea appeared to win some important concessions: Custody of the body and the release of at least two suspects who had been holed up in its embassy in Kuala Lumpur. Kang Chol was expelled and the Malaysian ambassador to North Korea was also recalled. North Korea had been demanding the handover of Kim's body and that three remaining suspects inside its embassy be returned to Pyongyang in exchange for an end to the travel ban ...

Author: 0 Marco Rubio, another Donald Trump critic, says Russian Federation tried to hack him

Given the antics of the chairman of the House Intelligence Committee, Americans have reason to be concerned about whether the panel is capable of conducting a thorough and impartial investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election and the potential for Russian collusion with members of the Trump campaign.

Author: 0 More funding needed for Iraq programs — United Nations chief

Islamic State has claimed responsibility for a suicide attack south of Baghdad that left 17 people dead and 48 wounded. The jihadist group still holds territory in the country's west, as well as in Syria. Reports of the deaths did not appear until a local news agency, Rudaw , reported Thursday that rescue workers were pulling bodies, including women and children, out of rubble.

Global Media IS force young men to fight in for Mosul say refugees
Author: 0 IS force young men to fight in for Mosul say refugees

Iraqi authorities launched the offensive to retake the city on October 17 past year, with the support of the US-led coalition that has been carrying out strikes against IS in Iraq and Syria since 2014. "A French militant beat me and threatened me to force me to stay", said one woman who gave her name as Um Tahseen. "Our forces are 800 metres (yards) from the mosque", Captain Firas al-Zuwaidi, the spokesman for Rapid Response, said on Saturday.

Author: 0 House Aims for Second ObamaCare Repeal Effort in April or May

President Trump speaks at a reception for senators and their spouses in the East Room of the White House on Tuesday. President Donald Trump and Vice President Mike Pence spoke with several House members over the weekend to discuss a path forward, a senior administration official and Republican official with knowledge of the discussions told CNN .

Author: 0 Barred by airlines, Shiv Sena MP Ravindra Gaikwad takes train to Mumbai

Video footage of the incident also showed the MP from Osmananabad in Maharashtra trying to push down the employee, R. Sukumar, from the plane despite pleading from other airline officials to behave. " Air India and member airlines have chose to ban this MP from flying on all our flights with immediate effect", the Federation of Indian Airlines (FIA) said in a statement earlier in the day.

Global Media 'My son was no terrorist' says Orly attacker's father
Author: 0 'My son was no terrorist' says Orly attacker's father

Ziyed Ben Belgacem tried to use the soldier as a human shield but she dropped to her knees, giving her two colleagues an opportunity to shoot him. He said he received a phone call from his son after the first attack and said: "Dad, please forgive me".

Author: 0 White House Officials Gave Nunes Info on Trump's Wiretap Claims

Then the questions begin. The disconnect may also speak to the shifting scope of the House investigation, which Democrats have trained on the potential ties between the Trump campaign and Russian Federation, while Republicans are eager to focus on virtually anything else-from unauthorized leaks to reporters, to what Nunes's has characterized as the unnecessary propagation of Trump associates' identities in foreign intelligence reports .

Author: 0 Turkey's Erdogan Lashes Out at European Union for Crusade Against Islam

Turkey has been locked in a deepening row with the Netherlands after the Dutch barred Turkish ministers from holding rallies among overseas Turks. "It's the most crucial vote in [Erdogan's] political career; if the whole idea is to bolster the vote for the yes camp, they need to invent new tricks to keep this fight going with the European Union until mid-April because otherwise it will fade off, these shocks fade off in a week at most".

Author: 0 UP CM Yogi Adityanath orders ban on slaughterhouses across state

The party asserts that only illegal slaughterhouses will be shut down, rubbishing speculation that there will be a blanket ban. Dilip Kumar Srivastava, superintendent of police, Hathras, said, "Unidentified persons set ablaze three shops selling fish and meat".

Author: 0 Westbrook's latest triple-double sets National Basketball Association mark for points

But he didn't sit, either. The Thunder were down 79-66 when he stepped back onto the court with 8:12 remaining in the final period. Even fewer would make it. The Thunder got the ball back, setting up the magic for Westbrook. The scoring total was four more than the previous all-time National Basketball Association mark for most in a triple-double, one set by Wilt Chamberlain in 1968 and tied by the Rockets' James Harden on New Year's Eve.

Author: 0 Sen. Claire McCaskill to vote no on Neil Gorsuch, cloture

Republicans argue that the filibuster has nearly never been used against a Supreme Court nominee and they are right; even Clarence Thomas got onto the court without a filibuster, despite highly contentious confirmation hearings over sexual harassment claims from Anita Hill.

Global Media Australia flooding - don't go in the water
Author: 0 Australia flooding - don't go in the water

As of 18:00 local time, 31 March, there were 9 rivers or creeks under major flood warnings in Queensland , including the Logan and Albert Rivers, as well as the Bremer, Connors, Isaac, Mackenzie and Fitzroy Rivers. "I think as the day goes along we will actually start seeing a lot more damage". Eagleby man Nelson Raebel was found not far from where he was last seen on Friday afternoon near Eagelby Road, police said.

Global Media 'People on rooftops' as Australians flee rising floodwaters
Author: 0 'People on rooftops' as Australians flee rising floodwaters

Police said the bodies of two women were recovered from floodwaters on Friday night - the first reported deaths since Cyclone Debbie struck on Tuesday. Flood evacuation orders are also in place in the northern NSW towns of Tweed Heads, Kingscliff, Fingal Head and Bilambil. Bull sharks are common in the area, according to local journalist Philip Calder, who told the news agency that bull sharks live in the small waterways like the nearby Burdekin River close to communities.

Author: 0 Former South Korean president Park arrested in corruption probe

SEOUL , SOUTH KOREA - MARCH 31: Ousted South Korean President Park Geun-hye (C), leaves the prosecutors' office as she is transferred to a detention house on March 31, 2017 in Seoul, South Korea. Ashen-faced and flanked by two female officers in the back seat of a black sedan, Park's hair was down, apparently because she had removed the hairpins that held her hair in her trademark chignon style.