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Trump's Top Spies Just Contradicted the White House on 3 Big Issues

Disagreements between the White House and the intelligence community persist More Top U.S. intelligence officials went to Congress on Tuesday to offer an annual assessment of global threats. But their testimony revealed an issue at home: lingering disagreements between the White House and the intelligence community. Speaking to the Senate Intelligence Committee, Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats, FBI Director Christopher Wray, CIA Director Mike Pompeo and other high-ranking officials disputed President Donald Trump’s accounting of multiple national-security related issues. Here are three key areas where the answers given by…

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Real immigration debate? New senators schooled in how work got done

Sen. Chris Coons was pumped. Heading into an unusual, free-for-all debate on immigration, the Democrat from Delaware stopped to praise the “great” open process promised by the Senate majority leader, Mitch McConnell (R) of Kentucky. “I’ve been here seven years and never seen anything like it,” Senator Coons told a scrum of reporters Monday evening. “Who knows, democracy might yet break out here on the floor of the Senate.” After years of failing to reach an accord on an issue that roils both parties’ bases – immigration – Republicans and…

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Grand Canyon tragedy: British student climbed down gorge to help doctors for SEVEN HOURS

Conrad Fish was one of the first on the scene and spent hours with the emergency services after landing in a separate helicopter nearby during a sightseeing tour. The 19-year-old and a friend helped carry supplies down a gorge to the victims.  Conrad, from from Somerset, said: “They were all in a very bad way – they had open wounds all over their bodies, and their clothes were completely torn off. “Adrenaline kicked in and all I did was help carry equipment down and help the fire brigade down. The…

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SpaceX launch: Where is Tesla Roadster RIGHT NOW? How far is it from Mars?

The Tesla Roadster was suppose to be put on a path around the Sun that would take the vehicle out to the distance of Mars’ orbit. However the powerful rocket overshot the trajectory and sent the Roadster beyond the Red Planet’s path.  SpaceX founder Elon Musk initially thought the car had been sent out to the asteroid belt, however this was later clarified not to be the case. The car was meant to be circling the Sun at the distance of the Mars orbit, but it now seems to be…

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Arsenal news: Henrikh Mkhitaryan makes huge Mesut Ozil claim

Henrikh Mkhitaryan joined Arsenal last month in a swap deal which saw Alexis Sanchez move in the opposite direction to Manchester United. The Armenia international was part of a January overhaul by Arsene Wenger, with Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang also joining the club for a record £56million. Much has been expected of the new signings, who have reunited at the Emirates having previously been team-mates at Borussia Dortmund. Mkhitaryan, however, has admitted he was far more excited by the prospect of teaming up with Mesut Ozil who he thinks is the best…

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REVEALED: How North Korea’s Olympic charm offensive could END World War 3 threat

The hermit kingdom has come out of its shell to participate in the games, which have included high profile visits from the Supreme Leader’s sister Kim Yo-jong and the North Korean cheerleading squad, as well as an inter-Korean hockey team who walked under a unified flag. And during the games the South’s leader Moon Jae-in welcomed an invitation to talks in Pyongyang, offered by Kim Jong-un himself. Now experts believe the two men, with the help of a delicate US response, could broker peace in the region and use the…

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The Senate's Immigration Debate Is Already Going Awry

It was supposed to be the start of something good: a rare open debate on the Senate floor. More It was supposed to be the start of something good: a rare open debate on the Senate floor in which lawmakers from both sides of the aisle could engage in dialogue to reach a compromise that would protect the millions of young immigrants whose protections are otherwise slated to expire in a few weeks. A chance for “a thousand flowers to bloom,” as Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell put it last…

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Winter Olympics 2018: North Korea cheerleaders surprise tourists as minders MONITOR squad

Taking a break from their Olympic duties, around 80 members of the squad went to visit the Ojukheonmsueum – home of Yi I, a 16th century prominent Confucian scholar. While there, they danced in formation for 30 minutes to a crowd of shocked tourists and locals. They played Korean traditional music and upbeat folk songs with trumpets, saxophones, clarinets, flutes and drums. Police officers prevented reporters, locals and tourists from getting too close to the cheering squad from the rogue communist state, who waved and simply said “hello” in Korean.…

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Another judge blocks Trump administration from ending DACA

(Reuters) – A second U.S. judge on Tuesday blocked President Donald Trump’s decision to end a program that protects immigrants brought to the United States illegally as children from deportation. U.S. District Judge Nicholas Garaufis in Brooklyn ruled that the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, or DACA, cannot end in March as planned, a victory for state attorneys general and immigrants who sued the Republican administration. Related The decision is similar to an earlier ruling by a federal judge in San Francisco that DACA must remain in place while…

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Arsenal news: Arsene Wenger offers update on Alexandre Lacazette’s knee injury

The Arsenal forward has been ruled out for at least a month as he recovers from a knee injury. Lacazette picked up the knock during the Gunners’ 1-0 defeat to north London rivals Tottenham on Saturday.  Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang is now Arsenal’s only fit out-and-out centre forward available for their upcoming fixtures. And Wenger admits Lacazette’s absence is a huge blow for his side.  “Lacazette had knee surgery and he won’t be available for the Europa League game unfortunately,” he told beIN Sports. “He got a surprising swell of the knee…

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