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Source: Fox News

Trump scolds CNN’s Jim Acosta, as angel moms confront reporter in Rose Garden: ‘You have an agenda’

Today 11:45 GMT

TRUMP SLAMS CNN’S ACOSTA FOR PRESS CONFERENCE PERFORMANCE: ‘YOU ARE A RUDE, TERRIBLE PERSON’. “We’re going to confront the national security crisis on our southern border … one way or the other, we have to do it,” Trump said.

TRUMP DECLARES EMERGENCY ON BORDER, EYES $8B FOR WALL AS HE PLANS TO SIGN SPENDING PACKAGE. Trump fired back, “That’s because of us,” as the CNN reporter attempted to talk over the president. Acosta – who has emerged as a hero among progressives for attacking Trump and members of his administration when they’re available to the press – then said stats show “undocumented immigrants committing crime at lower levels than native-born Americans.”

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Source: Global News

Liberals get ‘one last chance’ to answer SNC-Lavalin questions in ‘parliamentary setting’: Scheer

Today 11:44 GMT

READ MORE: Liberal MP accuses opposition at justice committee of ‘witch hunt’ in SNC-Lavalin affair. “The Liberals will have one last chance in a parliamentary setting to allow the light of day to be shone on this very serious scandal.”

The ethics commissioner investigation into the allegations marks the fifth ethics investigation of the Trudeau Liberals since they were elected in 2015.

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Source: Fox News

Supreme Court to decide whether citizenship question can be included in 2020 census

Today 10:49 GMT

The Supreme Court will decide whether the 2020 census can include a question about citizenship, ensuring a quick review of a lower court ruling that blocked the Trump administration from doing so.

FEDERAL JUDGE BARS TRUMP ADMINISTRATION FROM ADDING CITIZENSHIP QUESTION TO 2020 CENSUS. The Trump administration, though, announced last month that it would directly ask the Supreme Court to overrule the federal court judge, who said in a court opinion that such a question would dramatically reduce the response rate—and congressional representation—of non-citizens.

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Source: Fox News

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez faces questions after her boyfriend gets congressional email account

Today 10:49 GMT

Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is facing ethics questions after revelations the freshman lawmaker's office gave her boyfriend a congressional email account.

Congressional spouses get Gcal access all the time,” Ocasio-Cortez wrote, after political consultant Luke Thompson tweeted the picture showing Roberts having an official account like other staffers on the Hill. “Actually this calendar designation is a permission so he can have access to my Google Calendar.

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Source: BBC

5 questions about Frozen 2 we just can't let go

Wednesday 20:00 GMT

Anna and Elsa both sported new outfits in the previous Frozen short animations released after the original film, Frozen Fever and Olaf's Frozen Adventure, and merchandise featured the new outfits.

The film, which will be released in November, is a sequel to 2013's Frozen, which became the highest-grossing animated movie of all time. The original told the story of sisters Anna and Elsa and was loosely based on Hans Christian Anderson's The Snow Queen.

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Source: DW

Colorblind: interracial love in South Africa

Thursday 15:26 GMT

A quarter of a century later, South Africa still struggles to welcome young interracial couples into the rainbow nation.

Dries and Brolin are among a growing number of interracial couples in South Africa, who are trying to assert their rightful place, whether they are gay or straight. Even the leader of the Democratic Alliance (DA), South Africa's largest opposition party, Mmusi Maimane, is still repeatedly asked questions relating to the fact that his wife of 13 years is white.

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Source: BBC

Anthony Joshua v Jarrell Miller: A New York bout without Wilder or Fury and questions for a champion

Friday 23:39 GMT

Back in September, Anthony Joshua's request for Twitter users to choose his next opponent made no room for Jarrell 'Big Baby' Miller.

Britain's WBA, IBF and WBO champion looked imperious at the top of boxing's heavyweight division and one of Deontay Wilder, Tyson Fury or Dillian Whyte were expected to pose his next, eye-catching challenge. Instead, 29-year-old Joshua will take on unfancied American Miller in Madison Square Garden in New York on 1 June.

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Source: Global News

Solicitor-client privilege is at the heart of questions on SNC-Lavalin affair. Here’s how it works

Friday 15:26 GMT

Anyone following the political turmoil surrounding alleged interference in the SNC-Lavalin affair will have heard the phrase “solicitor-client privilege” come up over recent days.

At the meeting, opposition MPs called on Liberal members to support a motion urging Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to waive solicitor-client privilege so that former attorney general Jody Wilson-Raybould can address questions about the SNC-Lavalin affair.

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Source: Common Domain

Taxpayers are right to question incentives for economic development — and not just for Amazon

Friday 20:00 GMT

New York offered Amazon close to $3 billion to build a “second” headquarters in Long Island City on the promise of 25,000 jobs.

This was first published on The Conversation — “Amazon HQ2: Texas experience shows why New Yorkers were right to be skeptical”.

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Source: Common Domain

The Biggest 2020 Election Question: Whose Name Will Get Mangled Worst?

Friday 15:26 GMT

At the start of the crowded Democratic 2020 primary campaign, the biggest election issue for some candidates may be an elocution issue.

“I’d heard that one quite a bit from kids when I was in elementary school, usually right after ‘Poopenscooper’ or ‘Chickencooper,’ ” Mr. Hickenlooper wrote, “which, if you ask me, are far more inspired.”

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Source: Fox News

Ocasio-Cortez says Ilhan Omar's grilling of Trump Venezuela envoy 'feels like justice'

Friday 15:27 GMT

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y., has thrown her support behind Ilhan Omar, D-Minn., after her fellow freshman Democrat’s controversial questioning of a U.S. diplomat.

TRUMP'S VENEZUELA ENVOY CLASHES WITH ILHAN OMAR AT HEARING: 'THAT IS A RIDICULOUS QUESTION'. Omar began her questioning of Abrams with his connection to the Iran-Contra scandal during the Reagan administration, U.S. support of the right-wing government of José Napoleón Duarte during the Salvadoran Civil War and Washington’s broader involvement in Latin America’s civil conflicts during the 1970s and 1980s.

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Source: Common Domain

The 2 questions to ask if you want to end up in a happy relationship

Thursday 08:05 GMT

One of the secrets to being happy in a relationship is finding a kind person, according to recent research from Michigan State University, which examined the personality traits of more than 2,500 heterosexual couples who have been married roughly 20 years.

“Being conscientious speaks to a general awareness of being a good partner and responsible--remembering their birthday, doing things they ask, and making an effort to enrich and sustain a relationship,” Bill Chopik, associate professor of psychology and director of MSU’s Close Relationships Lab, told MarketWatch.

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Trump's Venezuela envoy clashes with Ilhan Omar at hearing: 'That is a ridiculous question'

Thursday 18:11 GMT

The Trump administration's new special envoy for Venezuela, Elliott Abrams, clashed Wednesday with freshman Rep. Ilhan Omar, D-Minn., during a House hearing on the Caracas crisis after the congresswoman tried to turn focus to Abrams' history in Latin America while asking him point-blank whether he'd support "genocide" if it served American interests. Abrams fired back, calling the line of questioning "ridiculous" and refusing to respond to the personal "attack."

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Source: The Guradian

Did Neymar’s absence help PSG to prosper at Manchester United?

Thursday 10:51 GMT

Neither Dani Alves nor Juan Bernat are particularly defensively accomplished full-backs and, while their attacking qualities mean PSG can switch to a back three with impressive ease, Manchester United’s pace in wide areas kept threatening to undo them until Anthony Martial and Jesse Lingard were forced off halfway through the game, a double blow that, as Ole Gunnar Solskjær acknowledged, cost United a lot of their forward momentum.

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Source: Fox News

Omar grills Trump envoy to Venezuela after botching his name

Friday 12:41 GMT

Wednesday's hostile line of questioning directed at Venezuela special envoy Ellioti Abrams included Omar accusing the longtime diplomat of supporting right-wing governments in Latin America and citing his guilty plea in 1991 to two misdemeanor counts of lying to Congress .

Abrams said “a storm is brewing” inside his government and the Venezuelan leader “will not be able to weather it much longer.


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