Nikki Haley: U.S. Middle East Peace Plan Will Take ‘Advantage’ Of Technology

UNITED NATIONS (Reuters) - Outgoing U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley said on Tuesday that an American plan to broker peace between Israel and the Palestinians brings “brings new elements to the discussion, taking advantage of the new world of technology that we live in.” However, during a U.N. Security Council meeting on the Middle East Haley gave ...
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Trump’s Border Wall Will Be ‘Artistically Designed Steel Slats’

President Donald Trump wants Americans to know his U.S.-Mexico border wall won’t be concrete. It will be see-through “artistically designed steel slats.”“It will be beautiful and, at the same time, give our Country the security that our citizens deserve,” he tweeted Tuesday night. “It will go up fast and save us BILLIONS of dollars a month once completed!”....It will be beautiful ...
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Senate Passes Criminal Justice Reform Bill

WASHINGTON ― The Senate on Tuesday passed a package of overdue reforms that could put a dent in the U.S. prison population, currently the largest in the world. While it does not go as far as proponents of criminal justice reform would like, the bill is the most sweeping prison reform agreement that Congress has passed in decades. The legislation, ...
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Avoid Ocean ‘Or Risk Certain Death,’ California Officials Warn Over Waves

Weather officials in California warned potential beachgoers to stay far away from the ocean until at least Thursday due to a spate of massive waves they said could cause “certain death.” The National Weather Service for the San Francisco Bay Area issued a high surf advisory on Tuesday, saying waves between 15 to 25 feet would regularly hit the shore ...
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Social Media Celebrates Janet Jackson As CBS Denies Les Moonves’ Severance Pay

People on social media are lauding Janet Jackson and her artistic contributions as reports revealed that Les Moonves, the former CEO and chairman of CBS, will not receive a $120 million severance payout from the company. Moonves stepped down from the company in September after multiple women accused him of sexual harassment or assault. This week the network announced that ...
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Texas Girl’s Inoperable Brain Tumor Unexpectedly Disappeared, Her Doctors Say

The parents of an 11-year-old Texas girl are thanking God after hearing from doctors that an inoperable brain tumor seems to have disappeared.  Roxli Doss, from Hays County, south of Austin, was diagnosed in June with diffuse intrinsic pontine glioma (DIPG), a highly aggressive brain tumor with a low survival rate. But doctors at Dell Children’s Medical Center in Austin now claim ...
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Judges Dismiss All Ethics Complaints Against Brett Kavanaugh

A panel of federal judges announced Tuesday that it is dismissing all of the 83 ethics complaints brought against Justice Brett Kavanaugh regarding his behavior during his Supreme Court confirmation hearings.Their dismissal did not question the validity of the complaints but concluded that lower-court judges do not have the authority to investigate or punish Supreme Court justices. The complaints about Kavanaugh generally ...
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FL Voters Approved Historic Voting Rights Measure. Republicans Want To Pause It.

Florida election officials haven’t gotten any guidance on how to implement a massive change in the state’s process for restoring voting rights for people with felony convictions, prompting criticism from advocates who say state officials shouldn’t slow-walk the historic change. Florida is one of four states that permanently strip the right to vote from people with felony convictions, and it is ...
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Next Year This State Will Be The First To Have A Majority Female Legislature

Nevada on Tuesday made two appointments to its state Assembly that will place the state in the history books.  With the appointments of Culinary Union grievance specialist Beatrice Angela Duran and Las Vegas attorney Rochelle Nguyen, Nevada’s incoming Assembly will be the first in the country to have a female majority. The Clark County Board of Commissioners on Tuesday appointed ...
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