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The mood of some in the party was aptly summed up Thursday by Republican lobbyist and former congressman Vin Weber on CNN's "The Lead" with Jake Tapper. He (Trump) shouldn't be president of the United States , Quin Hillyer, a conservative columnist told reporters after the meeting of some two dozens of these leaders.
  • Missouri voters choosing favorites in presidential race

    Missouri voters choosing favorites in presidential race

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    Florida Sen. Marco Rubio ended his campaign after his devastating home-state loss, so the GOP primary is now down to three candidates: Trump, Kasich and Texas Sen. oppose trade deals and negotiate a better one", Brown said. The state was the location of Trump rally last Friday in Chicago that was canceled after protesters swarmed the event, leading to violent clashes with Trump supporters.
  • North Korea nullifies all inter-Korean agreementS

    North Korea nullifies all inter-Korean agreementS

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    The missiles fired yesterday flew about 500 kilometers off its east coast city of Wonsan and were likely from the Soviet-developed Scud series, South Korea's defense ministry said. Dr Paik Hak Soon, director of the Centre for North Korean Studies at the Sejong Institute, said North Korea is retaliating against the exercises by taking an offensive stance.
  • Quinnipiac University Poll: Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton dominating In Florida

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    Sanders narrowly won the Wolverine State last Tuesday, despite polls having shown him, just a day before the race, down by as much as 15 percentage to Clinton - an outcome that his campaign has said could suggest better than predicted fates Tuesday in IL and oh, whose Democratic voters are demographically similar to those in MI.
  • Go ahead, let Donald Trump be the nominee

    Go ahead, let Donald Trump be the nominee

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    Florida Sen. Rubio also hopes to block Trump in a do-or-die primary in his home state, though polling suggests he's slipping further behind. "We have to have a big vote tomorrow that can send a strong message that loves trumps hate". "It is the protesters and agitators who are in violation, not Mr. Trump or the campaign". 96 Normal 0 false false false EN-US JA ...
  • Vladimir Putin orders withdrawal of Russian military from Syria

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    The anti-Assad opposition expressed bafflement, with a spokesman saying, "Nobody knows what is in Putin's mind". "They should be protected from land, sea, and air", Putin said. Many observers say the peace talks are the best chance in years to end a war moving into its sixth year, leaving at least 250,000 people dead and forcing at least 11 million people to leave their homes - many overseas.
  • Latest delegate count in 2016 presidential race

    Latest delegate count in 2016 presidential race

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    More than 1,000 delegates in both parties are at stake on Tuesday when Florida, Illinois, Missouri, North Carolina and OH vote. A loss here would virtually end the presidential campaign of Rubio, who so far has won only three primaries in Minnesota, Puerto Rico and  Washington  DC.
  • Trump Tied With Kasich in Ohio, New Poll Finds

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    Until very recently, Trump had mostly ignored Kasich, who has largely managed to keep to a promise to run a positive campaign. In Columbus, he said twice that he had defeated Trump "not once, not twice, not three times, but nine different times, literally from Alaska to ME".
  • U.S. announces North Korea looking for missing submarine

    U.S. announces North Korea looking for missing submarine

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    They are not certain if it has sunk, or simply lost contact with its base. On Friday, KCNA reported that North Korean leader Kim Jong Un had ordered more tests to improve his country's nuclear attack capability. The two Koreas remain technically at war since the 1950-53 Korean War, which ended in an armistice, not a peace treaty. Since the joint drills began on Monday, the North has issued daily warnings and statements, talking up its nuclear strike capabilities and threatening to ...
  • "Game of Thrones" premieres red-bad trailer for season 6

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    Although Jon Snow may be the latest member of the Stark family to bite the dust, cast member Ian McShane, whose role has yet to be confirmed, says he plays a character who will have a big role, and possibly bring a Stark back from the grave.
  • Prince William And Kate Middleton Take Children On Skiing Vacation

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    The trip was the first time the family of four had been on holiday together and the Cambridge have released a series of six photographs to mark the event. The snowsuit comes with detachable mitts and a button up front, and she wore it with a cute pink beanie and little pink booties. The Duke is in a ski jacket by American skiing brand Spider, while his two-year-old son is wearing a £25 blue bodysuit from Mountain Warehouse and red bobble hat.
  • Secret Service briefly surrounds Trump at Dayton rally

    Secret Service briefly surrounds Trump at Dayton rally

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    Protesters against Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump chant after it was announced that a rally for Trump was canceled due to security concerns, on the campus of the University of Illinois-Chicago, Friday, M. "Donald Trump has created a toxic environment", said Kasich. "It was determined that if we go in, it could cause really bad, bad vibes". Thirty-one people were charged with disturbing the peace, and one was charged with third-degree assault.
  • A breakdown of everything in the 'Game of Thrones' season 6 trailer

    A breakdown of everything in the 'Game of Thrones' season 6 trailer

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    A disheveled Danaerys is seen walking into the Dothraki city of Vaes Dothrak, with her trusty body guard Jorah Mormont in pursuit. We also get a preview of the sex and violence that will again fuel the next season. The most telling scene is when Davos unsheathes his sword in front of Jon's corpse and apologizes to everyone surrounded for "what they are about to see".
  • Trump, rivals seek votes in DC Republican caucus

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    Donald Trump officially added John Kasich to his list of "no-action, all-talk politicians" Friday afternoon, hitting the OH governor harder than usual in his first attack ad against him. "There is tremendous hate", said Trump, who has proposed a temporary ban on Muslims entering the United States. This was Donald Trump's moment of Zen.
  • Miami Republican Debate - 12th GOP Debate - What to Expect - Trump, Cruz, Rubio

    Miami Republican Debate - 12th GOP Debate - What to Expect - Trump, Cruz, Rubio

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    The Florida senator noted the Muslims are in the US military and are buried in Arlington National Cemetery and said the only way to solve the problem of violent extremists is to work with people in the Muslim faith who are not radicals. He was clearly intent on projecting a less bombastic - and presidential - image. That shift began March the 1st, when he decisively won numerous states that voted on what's known as Super Tuesday.
  • North Korea Submarine Missing, US Says

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    Hours later, North Korea warned of pre-emptive nuclear strikes after the United States and South Korea began holding their biggest ever war games. South Korea and the United States responded by scaling up their annual joint drills, which Pyongyang has always condemned as provocative rehearsals for invasion.
  • Who won the GOP debate in Miami?

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    Trump is at his usual spot at center stage. Trump , in contrast, said he'd do "everything within my power not to touch Social Security, to leave it the way it is". "They get in there and they start hitting people". By the second hour of the Republican debate, its shape had shifted. The panel had been discussing polling on the Supreme Court issue.
  • Andy Murray believes Maria Sharapova deserves to be suspended

    Andy Murray believes Maria Sharapova deserves to be suspended

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    Maria Sharapova thanked fans for their "loyalty and support" in a Facebook post after her failed drugs test. She knew the drug, she said, by the name mildronate. "I obviously wish her all the best", the Serb told TMZ". She's made that known, she can't be friends with the players. "Just hope for the best for everybody in that situation".
  • Oil prices rise on UAE Energy Minister comments

    Oil prices rise on UAE Energy Minister comments

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    The world's biggest oil exporters both in and outside the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries plan to meet in Moscow on March 20 to discuss an output freeze, an Iraqi oil official told state newspaper Al-Sabah. "I wouldn't worry about that if two out of about 40 which includes non-OPEC members decides to scale out, perhaps we can still achieve the effect that we want", Kachikwu said.
  • Latest polls before the Michigan Primary show shift in Republican outcome

    Latest polls before the Michigan Primary show shift in Republican outcome

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    His campaign has argued that Clinton has ballooned her lead because of black voters in the South. Trump has scored well in Southern states despite the appeal of Cruz's conservatism and MS was another notch on that belt. Trump, at a post-election news conference in West Palm Beach, Florida, declared himself primed for a head-on contest between himself and Cruz, and called for Rubio to drop out.
  • Pittsburgh area mass shooting: What we know now

    Pittsburgh area mass shooting: What we know now

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    Two others are in critical condition. At 10:54 p.m., Wilkinsburg police were dispatched to the location where they found eight people suffering from gunshot wounds, police said. Police say two piles of shell casings found outside the suburban Pittsburgh yard where an ambush-style shooting at a cookout left five people dead give a sense of where the gunmen were positioned.
  • Dead after Mass Shooting near Pittsburgh

    Dead after Mass Shooting near Pittsburgh

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    Wilkinsburg police drive past the scene of a deadly shooting on Thursday, March 10, 2016 in Wilikinsburg, Pennsylvania. Police also stated that they believe there were two, and only two, suspects, both on foot at the time of the shooting. At least two suspects fled the scene on foot after the shootings. Alexander said she was shocked and scared by the spurt of violence. "This street is always quiet".
  • Several parishes declared state of emergency over flooding

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    The flooding will persist in northwestern Louisiana until early Saturday, when the rain is expected to move out of the area, said National Weather Service meteorologist Travis Washington in Shreveport. A flash flood watch remains in effect for central Louisiana until Thursday afternoon. Brinkerhoff says roads closed by water Thursday morning would reopen once the water was gone.
  • American Troops Capture ISIS Leader In Iraq

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    The raid and capture augurs a new phase in the ongoing war against the Islamic State , top United States officials say. Later on Monday, at least eight security-force personnel were killed in attacks targeting a checkpoint in the western Baghdad suburb of Abu Ghraib, police sources said.
  • Remember The Hot Mug Shot Guy? He's Just Been Released From Jail

    Remember The Hot Mug Shot Guy? He's Just Been Released From Jail

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    In an Instagram post Wednesday, Meeks thanked his family and fans for their support while he was in prison, adding that he's "ready" for what lies ahead. Hot criminal Jeremy Meeks reveals he's married as mugshot gets meme treatmentThe next time you see those baby-blue peepers might be in the pages of Vogue or GQ, as he has been signed to White Cross Management and is ready to start his new career.
  • North Korea leader tells military to ready nuclear weapons

    North Korea leader tells military to ready nuclear weapons

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    The fresh United Nations list of sanctions includes an export ban on jet fuel to North Korea and restrictions on the import of minerals and mandated all United Nations member states to inspect any cargo bound for or originating from North Korea that passes through their territory.