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Il sito http://www.partitodemocratico.fi.it/ intanto è inattivo, e la polizia postale indaga sull'accaduto. Il sito del Pd cittadino è ancora off line. Ci sarebbero, quindi, nomi di persone non iscritte da tempo. Lo ha detto il segretario del Pd, Matteo Renzi , nel corso del videoforum di Repubblica .
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    Recreational cannabis will be sold in standalone retail stores, some privately owned, others run by the government. According to the press release, "the B.C. Non-medical cannabis will be banned in areas frequented by children: community beaches, parks and playgrounds. Local governments will be able to set additional restrictions just as they can for tobacco use.
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    Education Minister Naftali Bennett will take off for Poland Wednesday to meet with Polish officials. "I think it's a problem of interpretation, of over-interpretation on the Israeli side", he said, adding that "we can also imagine some kind of amendment (of the legislation) if our explanations will not be convincing".
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    READ: How does Cape Town know taps will run dry on April 16? He adds borehole water is not suitable for drinking or cooking. "We will still cover the cost of basic water for our indigent residents, but for the rest of our water users, these tariff increases are unavoidable".
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    Some experts say the North may want to use its Olympic-related overture as a way to weaken US-led global pressure and sanctions. The upcoming Olympics , which are the 23rd Winter Games, will take place in South Korea's PyeongChang on February 9-25, 2018.
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    Institutional investors own 69.70% of the company's stock. The stock increased 0.67% or $0.14 during the last trading session, reaching $21.13. The stock holds an average trading capacity of 830.52K shares for the past three months. The stock presently has a consensus rating of "Hold" and a consensus price target of $62.42. RBC Capital Markets has "Outperform" rating and $198 target.
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    For this trade's sake, we won't get into the other two players Swartz went on to discuss as options. "We're still confident in that for sure". The Cavs are 30-21 with 31 games left to play. He's going to play this out to the end and then make his decision in free agency like always. The Cavs have five games remaining before the All-Star break.
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    Trump mocks 'Little Adam Schiff' as Democrats seek to counter GOP memo

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    It's not clear if President Trump , who lauded Nunes on Twitter today as "a man of tremendous courage and grit" who "may someday be recognized as a Great American Hero", will OK the release of the Democratic memo . Schiff said that the letter sent to Trump along with the Dems' memo "urged them to consult with the Department of Justice and the Federal Bureau of Investigation", as "we want those agencies to report back to us if they have any redactions that are necessary".
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    The government cut the live transmission of the country's top three TV channels Tuesday as a huge crowd of tens of thousands gathered in a Nairobi park for the mock inauguration. The court order was also published in Friday's edition of the Standard newspaper, one of Kenya's largest dailies. "I do not think the people of Kenya deserve another round of killings and displacement and all that comes with conflicts", Dr Eze said.
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    Lindsey Graham told reporters on Capitol Hill on Tuesday, leaving a meeting of the Republican conference, that he now believes only a one- or two-year extension of the DACA program, which protects young undocumented immigrants who came to the United States as children, is likely.
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    Those lawmakers have denied the allegations. But Congress has been under fire to do something to improve the process of reporting and dealing with harassment on Capitol Hill. Former Democratic Senator Al Franken of Minnesota, Democratic Representative John Conyers and Republican Representative Trent Franks resigned from Congress following misconduct allegations.
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    Just days before a government shutdown would kick in at midnight Thursday absent a spending agreement, an impasse over immigration was overshadowing negotiations on multiple fronts. Chris Coons (D-DE) announced a bill that would provide a pathway to citizenship for illegal alien Dreamers. And by proposing that those "lazy" immigrants should also be allowed to get legal status and eventual citizenship in the one-page framework the White House released before the State of the Union, Kelly ...
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    President Trump said Tuesday he would shut down the government if Congress doesn't fix an immigration system that doesn't allow the government to deport criminal gang members. Mr. Trump's comments were decidedly more pessimistic about the prospects for a deal than those of Senate leaders, who met on Tuesday to hash out an agreement.
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    People familiar with the document have said it also rebuts Republican claims that Andrew G. McCabe, the deputy director of the F.B.I.at the time, had told the Intelligence Committee late a year ago that the agency would not have sought a wiretap of Mr.
  • Prime SJW Justin Trudeau scolds young woman: We say 'peoplekind,' not 'mankind'

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    The woman asking the question took the gesture in good spirit and said: "There we go, exactly". " The clip of the interaction has been making the rounds online with critics accusing Mr. Telling a female the correct word to use... According to the website Squawker, the young woman was from the World Mission Society Church of God, "a restorationist sect of Christianity established in South Korea in the late 20th century".
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    Yes, Trump was clearly impressed by a Bastille Day parade he witnessed in France last July, and started talking about staging something similar here. But public displays of " military might" carry some questionable connotations that previous American presidents have tried to avoid, since they are typically associated with the Soviet Union and, more recently, North Korea .
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    Democratic memo released by US House Intelligence Committee

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    Democrats said the four-page Republican document mischaracterises highly sensitive classified information and was meant to undermine Special Counsel Robert Mueller's criminal probe into possible collusion between Moscow and the Trump campaign to sway the 2016 presidential election.
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    That order was sought in October 2016, but the memo notes the FBI investigation opened in late July 2016 after the agency received information about another Trump campaign adviser, George Papadopoulos. "There is a rising sense of panic clearly within the White House and as well on the Hill ". The panel is conducting one of several investigations into whether Russian Federation meddled in the 2016 presidential election .
  • US delays ICBM test until after 2018 Winter Olympics

    US delays ICBM test until after 2018 Winter Olympics

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    More recently, Trump has softened his approach, telling South Korean President Moon Jae-in on a recent phone call of "his openness to holding talks between the US and North Korea at the appropriate time , under the right circumstances", according to the White House.
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  • Congress attacks PM Modi on Rafale deal

    Congress attacks PM Modi on Rafale deal

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    Congress president Rahul Gandhi slammed the Narendra Modi government over the Rafale fighter aircraft deal and raised raised doubts about the "secrecy" surrounding the negotiations and cost of the France-made fighter jet, according to several media reports.
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    White House chief John Kelly: Dreamers not a priority for deportation

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    However, Trump said he would welcome a shutdown if Congress does not strengthen border protections and "take care of our military". "I can't imagine men and women of good will who begged this president to solve the problem of DACA " would oppose Trump's proposal, said Kelly, using the program's acronym.
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    Crooks is running to become the Democratic candidate in the 88th district for Ohio's state legislature, which is now represented by Republican Rep. Bill Reineke . With a campaign that seeks to focus on job creation, access to affordable health care and improving the state's education system at a time when charter schools are afforded almost $1 billion a year, she's looking to unseat two-term incumbent Republican Rep.
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  • ESPN's jab of Tom Brady among most viral Super Bowl tweets

    ESPN's jab of Tom Brady among most viral Super Bowl tweets

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    Running back Dion Lewis, the team's leading rusher during the regular season, will be a free agent, as will be wide receiver Danny Amendola - who led the team Sunday with 152 receiving yards. "Hopefully all the lessons we've learned have allowed us to be at our very best for this moment, and that's what it's going to take and that's what we're prepared for and that's what I go out and expect our team to do".
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    In fact, given the purely partisan nature of the document prepared by Republicans on the intelligence committee, Democrats have every right to demand release of their version of what occurred when the Justice Department and Federal Bureau of Investigation sought a warrant from the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court to place Trump campaign adviser Carter Page under surveillance.
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    Russian Federation defends right to deploy missiles after Kaliningrad rebuke

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    Grybauskaite, speaking after visiting North Atlantic Treaty Organisation troops in the central Lithuanian town of Rukla, said the deployment posed a threat not only to Lithuania but to "half of all European countries". Russian servicemen equip an Iskander tactical missile system at the Army-2015 worldwide military-technical forum in Kubinka, outside Moscow , Russia, June 17, 2015.
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    Dow futures point to 3rd day of losses after Monday's dive

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    On Monday, February 5, 2018, the Dow plunged by nearly 1,600 points and this decline is the biggest decline in points seen in history . European indexes were down about 2 percent, while Japan's Nikkei lost 4.7 percent. Bond yields turned higher after a sharp drop Monday. The volatility has been triggered by fears of rising inflation in the USA and a policy error from the Federal Reserve , which caused bond yields to widen to 2.73% on 29 January, the highest since April 2014.
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    Geddert, a former US women's gymnastics national team coach, is facing a criminal investigation in MI after the sentencing of disgraced ex-sports doctor Larry Nassar , who treated girls at his elite club Twistars near Lansing. Larry Nassar listened to dozens of victims for two days last week and was nearly attacked by a man whose three daughters said they were abused.
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    But a federal court last month ordered the Department of Homeland Security to continue accepting applications for DACA , prompting some lawmakers to say that they would have more time to resolve the issue. Democrats and Republicans in Congress are trying to agree on bipartisan legislation that would protect Dreamers and boost border security. The McCain-Coons bill would "allow Congress to focus on other pressing matters, including a budget deal to fully fund the military", their offices ...
  • State Of The Nation Address Postponed

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  • Eagles' Malcolm Jenkins refuses to visit Trump after Super Bowl victory

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    After another 99-year-old grandmother made headlines during the NFC championship game for wishing to see the Vikings go to the Super Bowl , 18-year-old Josh Potter tweeted out that fans of the "Purple People Eaters" weren't the only ones with someone who had been waiting decades for the Lombardi Trophy to come to their city.
  • FBI special agent says he's leaving over political attacks against the bureau

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    Senate Minority Leader Charles Schumer, D-N.Y., sent a letter to the president Sunday, whose office has the last say on the release of such documents, asking to allow the Democrats to release their memo to the public. Previously, Republicans had voted against releasing Schiff's memo, presumably because they wanted theirs to be released first. A White House spokesman says Mr.
  • USA and North Korea trade warnings on nuclear strikes

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    The art troupe from the North is led by star singer Hyun Song Wol and is scheduled to perform at Gangneung, near the Games venue of Pyeongchang, on Thursday and in Seoul on Sunday. The trip comes after President Donald Trump hosted a group of North Korean defectors in the Oval Office on Friday, including Ji Seong-ho, whom the president referenced in his State of the Union address last week.
  • Michigan State names secretary of Board of Trustees as interim athletic director

    Michigan State names secretary of Board of Trustees as interim athletic director

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    Michigan State now has an interim president and an interim athletic director as it searches for direction in the wake of both the Larry Nassar scandal and allegations against the athletic program. His current roles at the university include "administrative responsibilities for board meetings, university ordinances, policies and courtesies". "This is obviously a new day at MSU and I am pleased to be part of the changes".
  • Carter Page: The Dodgy Dossier was a Political Stunt and False

    Carter Page: The Dodgy Dossier was a Political Stunt and False

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    Used as probable cause for the warrant were a scandalous and unverified dossier about then-candidate Donald Trump and a news article whose source was the dossier author. Last fall, Page admitted that the topic of Russia "may have come up" in emails with campaign foreign policy adviser George Papadopoulos, who pleaded guilty to charges of making a false statement to the Federal Bureau of Investigation about his contact with Russian government officials.
  • House to Approve Stopgap Bill as Shutdown Deadline Nears

    House to Approve Stopgap Bill as Shutdown Deadline Nears

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    Polls show wide public sympathy for these immigrants. Just days before a government shutdown would kick in at midnight Thursday absent a spending agreement, an impasse over immigration was overshadowing negotiations on multiple fronts.