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British PM Theresa can blow up Parliament's deadline looms

Breaking News Emails Get urgent news alerts and special reports. March 20, 2019, 10:00 PM GMT By Max Burman LONDON – This Brexit mess? Not my fault. It's Parliament's. It is the message British Prime Minister Theresa May delivered Wednesday, just nine days before the country will leave the European Union. In a television address, May could try to go …

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Auschwitz Memorial shares photos of people walking on train track, urgent respect

The Auschwitz Memorial on Wednesday urged tourists to be mindful of where they are while visiting the historic site after people have apparently created photo-ops along its railroad track.            (iStock) The Auschwitz Memorial on Wednesday urged tourists to be mindful of where they are while visiting the historic site after people have apparently created photo-ops along its railroad track. …

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Progressive group asks 2020 democratic candidates to skip the AIPAC conference

Progressive advocacy group MoveOn calls for 2020 democratic presidential candidates to skip this year's political conference for the US Israeli Foreign Affairs Committee. In a series of tweets on Wednesday, the group quoted four reasons why Democrats would not attend, including the conference links to Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, the million-dollar AIPAC spent to defeat Iran's nuclear agreement, anti-Muslim …

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You apologize for the elements of Omar's remarks

Ilhan Omar Ilhan OmarOmar controversy has not shifted Jews away from the Dem Party, the left-leaning Jewish lawyer says Jewish voters share Dem-values, says left-leaning Jewish advocates Omar beats US war in Iraq on the anniversary of invasion MER (D-Minn.) made questioning policies between the United States and Israel as critics considered anti-Semitic. Rep. Max Rose Max Rose Weight of …

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Brexit: "Tired" the public needs a decision, Theresa May says

Media playback not supported on your device Media script Theresa May: "I'm not prepared to delay Brexit beyond June 30" Theresa May has spoken directly to the public over Brexit and tells them: "I is on your side. " Speaking from Downing Street, the prime minister said people were "tired of infighting and political games" and it was "feast" MEPs …

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George W. Bush really didn't care about WMDs

Was the 2003 invasion of Iraq a mistake? On the available evidence 15 years later, yes. But Vox.com's Dylan Matthews was fundamentally wrong to argue that George W. Bush was about the intelligence of Saddam Hussein's weapons of mass destruction program in the build-up. Bush did not lie. Nor was it a simple mistake that only had to fall into …

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The EU says the UK will only get Brexit extension if it approves corn business. Perhaps.

President of the European Council Donald Tusk speaks to UK Prime Minister Theresa May during a bilateral meeting in February 24, 2019. FRANCISCO SECO / Getty Images [19659005] Christchurch Shootings should mean all white Australians New York's most elite high school only approves seven black students in a class of 900 Democrats have long been afraid of the white mother. …

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Within Bromance, Trump, Bolsonaro Forge Security Alliance

President Trump hosted Jair Bolsonaro, the Brazilian president called the "Tropical Trumpet" on the White House Tuesday, and most of Washington seemed transfixed by the two leaders' popping nationalist bromine and thoughtful embrace of each other's brash style and bravado. It was really hard not to be. During an Oval Office meeting and a joint press conference in the Rose …

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In the Wake of Mass Shooting, New Zealand calls the global struggle against racism: NPR

New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern visited Cashmere High School in Christchurch, who lost two current students to the battles at two mosques on Friday that killed 50 people. Vincent Thian / AP hide caption change caption Vincent Thian / AP New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern visited Cashmere High School in Christchurch, who lost two current students to the …

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Ari Fleischer is wrong: Bush lied, and people died

Ari Fleischer is a liar. He is lying about things that are big and small. And as President George W. Bush's press secretary during the war in Iraq, he made a great effort to exaggerate and distort what the intelligence community believed in weapons of mass destruction and Iraq (negligent) links to al-Qaeda. But Fleischer does not like it when …

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