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Parliament proceedings: all noise and no work on Day 19

Parliament proceedings: all noise and no work on Day 19

I am sorry. Please go to your seats. "It is the Congress which is preventing the discussion", Mr. Kumar said, before the House was adjourned for the 19th day because of disruptions. MPs belonging to the Congress, TMC, SP, BSP, TDP and those of Tamil parties - DMK and AIADMK, rushed into the Well as soon as 41 members took oath and Chairman M Venkaiah Naidu asked ministers to lay papers on the table of the House.


Trump Wants the US Military 'To Secure' the US-Mexico Border

Trump Wants the US Military 'To Secure' the US-Mexico Border

Trump has become increasingly exasperated with bipartisan immigration talks, blaming Democrats for not making a deal. Trump's past calls to for the "nuclear option" - changing Senate rules so that a simple majority of 51 votes is needed to advance legislation, instead of the current 60 votes - have been dismissed by Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell.


Fighters begin leaving last rebel pocket of Syria's Eastern Ghouta

Fighters begin leaving last rebel pocket of Syria's Eastern Ghouta

Fighters from the Faylaq al-Rahman group left Douma on buses sent by the Syrian government to the rebel-held province of Idlib, SANA state news agency reported. State media has said Jaish al-Islam had accepted a deal giving its fighters safe passage to towns that are located in a buffer zone on the border with Turkey that is controlled by the Turkish military and allied Syrian rebel groups.


Trump invited Putin to meet in Washington

Trump invited Putin to meet in Washington

President Donald Trump declared that he's tough on Russian Federation after expelling 60 of the country's diplomats this month and raising the US military budget, but that he still wants a good relationship with Vladimir Putin . If the meeting happens, this will be Putin's first appearance since meeting with President George W. Bush at the White House in 2005. Trump wants to "set the stage for another century of strong ties between our countries", as principal deputy White House press ...


Democrats Score Big Win In Wisconsin Supreme Court Race

Democrats Score Big Win In Wisconsin Supreme Court Race

Her victory marks the first time since 1995 that a liberal candidate for Supreme Court won in a race where the seat is open. Dallet tells The Associated Press that her win shows "people are exhausted of what's been going on in our state in terms of the money coming in to buy these elections and people spoke out tonight".