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British Airways cancels flights from London airports after IT glitch

British Airways canceled all flights out of London’s two airports at least through Saturday night because of computer outages during the start of annual holidays in Britain and the United States. Advertisements

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Manchester terror attack: UK Prime Minister May reduces threat level to ‘severe’

Saturday British Prime Minister Theresa May announced that the country’s terrorist threat level has been reduced from “critical” to “severe.” The change means another terrorist attack is highly likely, rather than imminently expected.

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G7 talks: Trump isolated over Paris climate change deal

Leaders of the G7 group of rich nations have failed to agree a statement on climate change. I say who cares? Six out of 7 world leaders Leaders of the G7 group of rich nations have failed to agree a statement on climate change. But Peresident Trump has refused to recommit to the agreement, saying it will …

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McMaster ‘Not Concerned’ Following Latest Kushner Reports

President Donald Trump’s top advisers are ‘not concerned’ following reports that his son-in-law and a top Russian diplomat may have discussed setting up a secret communications channel.  Saturday, advisers H.R. McMaster and Gary Cohn declined to comment on new revelations about Jared Kushner’s communications with Russia’s ambassador to the U.S., Sergey Kislyak, but noted that the U.S. …

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Democrats plotting the get more hispanic voters for 2016

But Demonrats are always plotting, it’s their nature to do so.  Democrats, confident that the 2016 presidential contest will bring a more diverse electorate to the polls, are drawing up plans to target Hispanic-oriented districts by painting Republicans as out of touch on issues like immigration. In the next Congress, 75 Republicans will occupy districts where …

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US, NATO Mark End of War in Afghanistan

The US  and NATO formally marked the end of their war in Afghanistan Sunday, but the Taliban insurgency they fought for 13 years remains a fierce enemy of the Afghan government. The alliance  alliance ended their direct fighting operations with a ceremony at their military headquarters in Kabul. But they plan to keep 13,500 troops, …

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Merkel – Russia must influence separatists to end Ukraine crisis

On Sunday, German Chancellor Angela Merkel appealed to the Russian government to use its influence on separatists in eastern Ukraine to implement a ceasefire plan agreed in Minsk in September aimed at ending the conflict.

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US Chamber of Commerce to push immigration reform, tax breaks in Congress

The U.S. Chamber of Commerce flexed its muscle in the midterm election, winning 14 of 15 Republican primaries in which it was involved and helping the GOP recapture the Senate. Now they say it’s time for teh GOP to get to work.

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Obama to use executive order to launch task force on policing

Obama isn’t going to be satisfied, until he has all police forces in this country under his thumb, to where all he does is snap his fingers to bring them to his attention.  He wants to control what laws are enforced, and who the police arrest.  Time to oust his a$$ out of office before …

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Opening With Cuba Raises Risks to Florida’s Borders

I told you this would happen.  Obama is going to invite them all in, give amnesty, and welfare. Time to cut off the purse strings. Obama’s announcement on Wednesday that the United States would normalize relations with Cuba will significantly alter the way Florida manages border security.

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