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However, Trump didn't seem to accept that explanation, re-tweeting a side-by-side photo of the  two  women  Wednesday  evening that used an unflattering version of  Heidi  Cruz. These smears are completely false, they're offensive to  Heidi  and me, they're offensive to our daughters, and they're offensive to everyone Donald continues to personally attack.
  • New anti-terror raid in Brussels' Schaarbeek 'linked to foiled France attack'

    New anti-terror raid in Brussels' Schaarbeek 'linked to foiled France attack'

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    Bakraoui is one of two brothers named by Belgium as responsible for the attacks that killed at least 31 people in Brussels on Tuesday and were claimed by the Daesh militant group. Yet another anti-terror raid was launched in Brussels on Friday in connection with the foiled plot to attack France, police sources said. Abdeslam's arrest last week may have affected the timing of the Brussels attack , counterterrorism officials in the US and Europe tell Dina.
  • BRUSSELS ATTACKS - Americans confirmed killed in attacks

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    These two raids were related to the arrest Thursday night in Paris of Reda Kriket, a 34-year-old Frenchman, the prosecutor said . Belgian police carrying out a fresh anti-terrorist operation on Friday arrested a suspect, who suffered a slight injury, Schaerbeek Mayor Bernard Clerfayt said.
  • Kerry: Americans Were Among Those Killed In Brussels Attacks

    Kerry: Americans Were Among Those Killed In Brussels Attacks

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    Police are still looking for at least one, unidentified man who investigators say dropped a big bag of explosives at the airport's check-in hall before leaving the scene. Der Spiegel reported that a man whom Turkish authorities flew to Amsterdam last summer along with one of the El Bakraoui brothers was arrested in Duesseldorf on Thursday.
  • Major new anti-terror raid under way in Brussels after attacks

    Major new anti-terror raid under way in Brussels after attacks

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    Belgian public broadcaster RTBF reported that a man with a backpack had been "neutralised" after refusing to obey police orders but there was no immediate confirmation by officials. Kerry also said the US and other countries had already scheduled meetings with Belgium prior to the attacks about improvements they could make to their laws, intelligence collection and attempts to blunt the radicalization of youth.
  • Americans killed in terror attacks in Brussels

    Americans killed in terror attacks in Brussels

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    Kerry said that several Americans were among the dozens dead in Tuesday's bomb attacks on Brussels airport and the metro system. Belgium has confirmed plans to carry out airstrikes on Daesh targets as part of the US-led coalition after the Brussels deadly attacks earlier this week, the country's prime minister, Charles Michel, said Friday.
  • President Obama Does the Tango at Argentina State Dinner

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    But the delicate issue of U.S. involvement in Latin America's violent history will rear its head during his visit to Buenos Aires - after the Havana visit touched on sensitivities over human rights in Cuba . Making the performance all the more special? Obama replied "that would be bad" before moving on to the next questioner. Perhaps the most widely circulated moment of the American president's trip to Argentina involved his dance moves when he accepted an invitation to do the tango ...
  • Utah teen Mason Wells survived his third terrorist attack in Brussels

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    Mr Wells senior said he woke up to the latest news on the TV before calling his son's mission president in France and found out his son was injured but alive. He suffered burns and serious damage to one of his heels in the blast. Mason was with two other missionaries at the time, who were also rushed to hospital after the attacks.
  • President Barack Obama Does The Tango In Buenos Aires

    President Barack Obama Does The Tango In Buenos Aires

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    One of the most popular flavors of ballroom dance, it quickly spread from Buenos Aires to other parts of Latin America and beyond. President Obama landed in Argentina in the early morning hours of Thursday following his trip to Cuba , the first by a sitting US president to the island since the Calvin Coolidge administration.
  • Ted Cruz to Donald Trump: 'Don't Try To Attack My Wife'

    Ted Cruz to Donald Trump: 'Don't Try To Attack My Wife'

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    Speaking Tuesday afternoon in New York, Cruz praised the city's police department's former program of conducting surveillance in Muslim neighborhoods, called for its reinstatement and said it could be a model for police departments nationwide.
  • Bernie Sanders Will Happily Poach Hillary Clinton's Superdelegates

    Bernie Sanders Will Happily Poach Hillary Clinton's Superdelegates

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    Currently, Clinton's delegate lead over Sanders is buoyed by a 467-26 lead in committed Superdelegates . The appearances by Clinton and Sanders in our state this week suggest that Washington retains some kind of influence in the ultimate selection of a party standard bearer in November.
  • Adam Johnson to appeal against sexual activity conviction

    Adam Johnson to appeal against sexual activity conviction

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    The pair eventually agreed to meet up in the star's Range Rover by a Chinese takeaway near her home in County Durham so he could sign a football shirt. The 29-year-old was found guilty of one count of sexual activity with a child on March 2. A prison sentence will mean you will not see her for some time.
  • Aldon Smith: Raiders have talked with Aldon Smith

    Aldon Smith: Raiders have talked with Aldon Smith

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    He was suspended for violating the NFL's substance-abuse policy in November. "It's unfortunate that is the case because I think in a lot of cases, a lot of times, these young men could use some of that mentoring role from coaches", Del Rio said .
  • Results From Arizona, Utah, Idaho And American Samoa

    Results From Arizona, Utah, Idaho And American Samoa

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    On the Democratic side, Sanders won big victories in the Utah and Idaho caucuses, but the much smaller prizes could end up netting him roughly the same number of delegates Clinton will get from her Arizona win. The Utah vote was also something of a test of Mitt Romney's influence in the state he now calls home. Clinton laid out her plan to defeat the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS), which has claimed responsibility for the attacks in Brussels if she is elected.
  • Cuban president Raul Castro leaves Barack Obama hanging in awkward hug attempt

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    However when he went to hug Castro the Cuban appeared to knock back the offer. Instead Castro caught his limp left arm and hoisted it up in moment that has left internet users cringing across the globe. US President Barack Obama told Cubans that he had made a landmark trip to Havana to "bury the last remnant of the Cold War in the Americas". Cuba released dozens of political prisoners as part of its deal to normalize relations with the U.S., and Amnesty International said in its ...
  • Former Toronto Mayor Rob Ford Dies of Cancer

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    Although he eventually bowed out of the race, Ford still won a seat on Toronto's city council , which he held until his death. Ford was elected mayor in 2010 on a campaign promise to "stop the gravy train" in the city. He was stripped of most of his powers by the Toronto City Council but became a cult legend for his brash antics. He also coached a high school football team and found himself once more in the spotlight after a public bus was rerouted to pick up his players after a game, ...
  • Arizona Primary and Utah Caucus Returns

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    Bernie Sanders took two states - Idaho and Utah - to Hillary Clinton's lone win in Arizona , and Donald Trump and Sen. However, the Arizona win guaranteed Mr Trump another 58 delegates, padding his lead over Mr. - Longtime Republican Lorraine Maloney, 60, of Cameron, Arizona , who voted for Cruz at a polling site on the Navajo Nation where gusty winds sent dust swirling and rocked vehicles.
  • Trump, Clinton win Arizona primaries; Idaho & Utah results not yet in

    Trump, Clinton win Arizona primaries; Idaho & Utah results not yet in

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    As the Arizona Republic reported , long lines plagued the state's voters on Tuesday as less polling places were available this year than in previous years. On the Democratic side, this is another state that should be a good fit for Sanders, given its whiter electorate and the fact it's a caucus. "Thank you, Arizona", Clinton tweeted , with a photo of her at rally, Monday in Phoenix.
  • Election Results Roundup: Arizona, Utah, Idaho

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    Trump boasted on the eve of the votes, as he courted sceptical Republican officials in Washington . "I don't want to respond to his constant stream of insults because I find it absurd", she said in the interview. Romney, whose primary goal is stopping Trump, supported Kasich in Ohio. Trump, with his populist, strong man appeal, keeps winning. Arizona will award its entire slate of 58 delegates to Trump.
  • Windows 10 Mobile Will Not Be Released On All Lumia Devices

    Windows 10 Mobile Will Not Be Released On All Lumia Devices

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    The good thing is that finally after three month wait, Microsoft has started rolling out the Windows 10 Mobile update for existing Microsoft mobile devices. However, the UC Browser has now been gearing up for newer and better updates. With other words, the BLU Win JR LTE device will also be stuck with Windows Phone 8 OS.
  • North Korea threatens to test nuclear warhead

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    The order came days after state media released photos of Kim posing with what was claimed to be a miniaturised nuclear warhead capable of fitting on a ballistic missile. "However, I worry that if we keep doubting North Korea's capabilities, they will feel they have to prove them in the future", Hanham said. "It is believed the sub went missing while it was on a mission of some sort", South Korea's Yonhap news agency cited a military insider as saying.
  • Marco Rubio Says He Doesn't Want Anything To Do With Government Anymore

    Marco Rubio Says He Doesn't Want Anything To Do With Government Anymore

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    In practice, those delegates will likely be free agents at the convention. "The establishment is like a wounded animal, now cornered", said Mark Meckler, an early leader in the tea party movement. Obama said that he understood the appeal to voters of a candidate who is authentic, the official said. "I don't mean that in a disrespectful way", he told reporters at a press briefing, The Washington Post reports .
  • Frank Sinatra Jr. Dead At 72

    Frank Sinatra Jr. Dead At 72

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    He suffered a cardiac arrest on tour in Daytona Beach, Florida, his family said in a statement. The elder Sinatra also passed away of a heart attack when he was 82 years old, in 1998. Frank Sinatra Jr . sings the national anthem before a baseball game between the Los Angeles Dodgers and the San Francisco Giants on Sep. Numerous other stars also paid tribute in the hours following Sinatra Jr.'s passing.
  • Barack Obama meets Raul Castro in historic Cuba trip

    Barack Obama meets Raul Castro in historic Cuba trip

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    Obama said he believed that "change is going to happen here, and I think that Raul Castro understands that". The cardinal helped bring about the December 2014 agreement between the U.S. Commercial flights between the countries are in the process of being restored, and though tourism is still technically illegal under USA law, it will be easier for Americans to visit Cuba.
  • Adam LaRoche says White Sox nixed agreement about his son

    Adam LaRoche says White Sox nixed agreement about his son

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    In a statement posted to his Twitter account, LaRoche said Drake's presence created no problems during the 2015 season but that " the current situation... Samardzija hadn’t read comments that White Sox ace Chris Sale made earlier Friday, when he said the team got bald face lied to by Williams over who had an issue with LaRoche s son.
  • New poll shows Ted Cruz with big lead in Utah

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    Kasich was equally dismissive about the prospects of him joining a Cruz-led ticket. Cruz, a Texas senator, continued to lap Kasich in fundraising. But he has said he's targeting an open convention, one that would be held in his home state of Ohio.
  • Clinton and Trump win Missouri primaries by narrow margins

    Clinton and Trump win Missouri primaries by narrow margins

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    Trump did not name any. Sanders is unlikely to overtake Clinton in the delegate count, but his victory last week in MI underscored the unease that many Democratic voters have about her candidacy. Cruz is in better position than Kasich, but he too faces a daunting mathematical challenge after losing four of five contests Tuesday. Shortly into his speech , a man wearing a hat which read "Make America Great Again" started yelling his support for Trump .
  • Ohio Gov. Kasich takes GOP presidential bid to Utah

    Ohio Gov. Kasich takes GOP presidential bid to Utah

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    Then, that candidate will need to receive at least 1,237 delegates to effectively kick out Trump despite the reality star/business mogul billionaire's lead in the primary contests. "I'm not as anxious about a messy convention", Luidhardt said. So far, however, it has been just talk, and the prospect of putting together a third-party bid is a vast, costly endeavor to appear on all of the states' November election ballots.