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CNN anchor Chris Cuomo responded to the story with the following: "All right, President Trump , right-wing media types [are] peddling a fake scandal". If so, then she may have violated US law. That massive amount of raw data is stored digitally in NSA facilities in Maryland and in Utah, and it is available for examination by select people.
  • Indian police: Mob kills Muslim man who was transporting cow

    Indian police: Mob kills Muslim man who was transporting cow

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    Mr Prakash said the six others have now been discharged from hospital, adding that an examination would determine the cause of Khan's death. Rajasthan's Home minister Gulab Chand Kataria said on Wednesday the vigilantes had "done a good job by protecting cows from smuggling".
  • Atletico Madrid Believe Theo Hernandez Has Agreed To Join Real Madrid

    Atletico Madrid Believe Theo Hernandez Has Agreed To Join Real Madrid

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    Simeone thanked the home supporters at Vicente Calderon after his team moved three points above Sevilla in fourth, having played a game more than Jorge Sampaoli's men. Atletico overtook Sevilla for third place last weekend after having dropped to as low as sixth in the standings earlier in the competition. "Next up for Atleti is a trip to arch rivals and league leaders Real Madrid , followed by the Champions League quarter-final first leg at home to Leicester next Wednesday".
  • Pakistan announces Test squad for West Indies series

    Pakistan announces Test squad for West Indies series

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    The West Indies' highest-ranked batsman is skipper Jason Holder in 89th position. They have been replaced by wicketkeeper/batsman Chadwick Walton and fast bowler Miguel Cummins in the 13-man squad which will again be led by Test captain Jason Holder.
  • Michael Flynn omitted Russian income off initial financial disclosures

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    Robert Kelner, Flynn's lawyer, said Flynn's initial filing was a draft, submitted just days before his client resigned. In the meanwhile, former Trump National Security Adviser Michael Flynn - fired for not disclosing the contexts of talks he had with Russia's ambassador to the United States - is seeking immunity from prosecution in order to testify before Congress.
  • Arsenal maul West Ham 3-0 to revive Champions League hope

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    However the Gunners are still heavy favourites to get the win of the Hammers. A 2-1 defeat to Hull has left West Ham six points above the relegation zone and two days ago the club issued a vote of confidence in Bilic by stating they have "100 percent faith" in their manager.
  • Donnelly will support Gorsuch, Trump court pick

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    Supreme Court nominee. "If we were, every Supreme Court nominee would pass unanimously, 100 to zero". The extreme partisan divisions in the chamber illustrate the difficulties Trump faces in pushing through his agenda even though his fellow Republicans control the White House and Congress.
  • Storms take aim at Alabama after killing 2 in Louisiana

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    Georgia including the Atlanta metro between 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. and last for several hours. There had already been flooding and wind damage in central MS with water rescues in the Vicksburg area, National Weather Service ( NWS ) Jackson office Meteorologist Daniel Lamb told CNN .
  • Boeing Agrees to $3 Billion Sale of 737s to Iranian Carrier

    Boeing Agrees to $3 Billion Sale of 737s to Iranian Carrier

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    Boeing is to provide 50 planes of the same type to Iran's flag-carrier airline Iran Air through a similar agreement. As of the end of February, the company has not added the planes to its order book. Reasonable, perhaps, but we wouldn't bet the ranch on it. They have also been controversial in Washington where lawmakers critical of the plane deals have tried to block them.
  • Federer to rest until French Open

    Federer to rest until French Open

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    Federer saved two match points in his quarterfinal win against Tomas Berdych, and earned a three-tiebreaker win in the semifinals against Nick Kyrgios. When Nadal sailed a return long on the final point, Federer took the ball on a bounce behind the baseline and happily whacked it into the stands, then waved with both hands in jubilation.
  • Supreme Court unanimously strikes down Gorsuch ruling

    Supreme Court unanimously strikes down Gorsuch ruling

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    During oral arguments in January, the school district's lawyer, Neal Katyal, maintained that a new standard wasn't needed, primarily because the current one, derived from a 1982 Supreme Court case, had " some bite". While the state education department and lower courts agreed with the school district, Chief Justice John Roberts, who wrote the court's opinion, did not.