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Starbucks also is reviewing its training and practices, and Johnson met with the two men Monday to personally apologize, The Washington Post reported . Philadelphia Police Department, which defended its officers' actions, has since released audio of calls it received related to the incident.
  • 'I am gay' protests emerge in China as Weibo bans homosexual content

    'I am gay' protests emerge in China as Weibo bans homosexual content

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    This post was syndicated from The Herald Nigeria Newspaper . Now, however, Weibo has felt the pressure of public outcry and backed down saying: "We're no longer targeting gay content". "It's awesome to see this happen now, with everyone - straight or gay, celebrities or ordinary people - using the hashtag and joining in". In a post that has since been removed by the site, another user defiantly wrote, "Can't stop the rising rainbow" and included a rainbow emoji.
  • Who Will Be Paul Ryan's Successor?

    Who Will Be Paul Ryan's Successor?

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    For many Republicans, Ryan has been "a steady force in contrast to the president's more mercurial tone", said Rep. Mark Sanford of SC. Miller believes the amount of stress Ryan has been under may have led to his decision to leave Congress.
  • It is 'Back-to-School' for Most Oklahoma Kids

    It is 'Back-to-School' for Most Oklahoma Kids

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    It would be up to voters to change where the marijuana money goes and give more money for student funding or teacher pay . A day they hope will show signs of progress. The association is asking its members to wear red - reminiscent of what teachers in Arizona have been doing in a campaign they've called #RedForEd. Although the governor promised not to use "shell games" to cover the cost of the raise, teachers' union officials said they remain skeptical because Ducey has not detailed how ...
  • Starbucks protests continue in Philadelphia while CEO performs damage control

    Starbucks protests continue in Philadelphia while CEO performs damage control

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    Good luck with that ! "When I walk in and I don't order anything and I'm dressed like this, no manager is calling the police on me", Cohen told CBS News correspondent Michelle Miller. Giving the man the once-over the manager or the shift supervisors hesitates and says, 'Have you bought anything? How many times has this store called for police removal of other non-customers, and under what circumstances? The pair repeatedly refused to leave when politely asked to do so by the employees and ...
  • UK's Corbyn slams May for 'waiting for Trump's instructions' on Syria

    UK's Corbyn slams May for 'waiting for Trump's instructions' on Syria

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    The legal basis would have to be self defence or the authority of the UN Security Council. Russia , a veto-wielding permanent member, is a close ally of Assad. "Where is the legal basis for this?" he said. The UK's National Security Adviser, Sir Mark Sedwill, also set out further information about why the Government believed Russian Federation was responsible, saying only it had the "technical means, operational experience and the motive to carry out the attack".
  • USA at UN Makes Case for Military Action Against Syria

    USA at UN Makes Case for Military Action Against Syria

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    Russian Federation is a major backer of the government of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad in the country's civil war, and strongly opposes the US claim that Syrian government forces attacked a rebel-held town near Damascus on Saturday with chemical weapons.
  • Benjamin Netanyahu: Israel fully supports US-led airstrikes on Syria

    Benjamin Netanyahu: Israel fully supports US-led airstrikes on Syria

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    Israel's Prime Minister Benyamin Netanyahu warned Sunday over Iran's presence in Syria after the US, Britain and France launched a wave of punitive airstrikes against Bashar al-Assad's Syrian regime on Saturday in response to alleged chemical weapons attacks that President Donald Trump branded the "crimes of a monster".
  • Tesla CEO Elon Musk on Goldman 'sell': 'Place your bets'

    Tesla CEO Elon Musk on Goldman 'sell': 'Place your bets'

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    The Dow Jones Industrial Average gained 293.60 points, or 1.21 percent, to 24,483.05. Year-to-date, TSLA has declined -4.46%, versus a 0.01% rise in the benchmark S&P 500 index during the same period. Deaths involving both fully and partially self-driving vehicles are an inevitability - and increasingly likely as more vehicles hit public roads.
  • Knicks fire head coach Jeff Hornacek and associate head coach Kurt Rambis

    Knicks fire head coach Jeff Hornacek and associate head coach Kurt Rambis

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    Wright, whom Isola says is in Rome awaiting an audience with Pope Francis, has said in the past that he's been intrigued by the possibility of an National Basketball Association job but that he's quite happy where he is. Who they select to be the next head coach will go a long way toward determining whether their vision comes to fruition. Patient hasn't been one of our biggest attributes here.
  • Lawmakers say Trump exploring rejoining Pacific trade talks

    Lawmakers say Trump exploring rejoining Pacific trade talks

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    On the heels of bombshell news that President Donald Trump is exploring the possibility of rejoining the Trans-Pacific Partnership, the United States is seeking to contain expectations. Trump withdrew the U.S. from the TPP during his first week in office. "But, for Malaysia, we have gone very far in the negotiations and that is the maximum that we can go".
  • North Atlantic Treaty Organisation supports airstrikes in Syria

    North Atlantic Treaty Organisation supports airstrikes in Syria

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    But Russia branded the airstrike an act of "hooliganism" and called for a vote on a United Nations resolution to condemn "the aggression" against Syria. Mr Trump declared it was "mission accomplished" and thanked the United Kingdom and France "for their wisdom and the power of their fine military". Jeremy Corbyn said the military action against Syria was "legally questionable" and makes real accountability for war crimes less likely.
  • Search for vanished family turns up woman's body

    Search for vanished family turns up woman's body

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    In an instant on March 31, the vision of their addition was destroyed when a fire broke out on their front porch. Inspector Wilfred Ferufino said that the motive for the murder is unknown. She said that afterward they were going to sit down and eat, and feed the children. These are the moments we begin to understand how fragile life is and how we take our blessings for granted.
  • Facebook CEO's compensation jumps to $8.9 million as security costs soars

    Facebook CEO's compensation jumps to $8.9 million as security costs soars

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    It was then people took note of the face Facebook was using their camera and microphone. With the first hearing on Tuesday and the second on Wednesday, Zuckerberg confessed a variety of ways Facebook has misused user data. Facebook knows a fair amount about you. "No. Let me be clear on this: You're talking about this conspiracy theory that gets passed around that we listen to what's going on on your microphone and use that for ads ", Zuckerberg replied.
  • Duke of Edinburgh leaves the hospital after hip surgery

    Duke of Edinburgh leaves the hospital after hip surgery

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    The Queen also gave an update telling a well-wisher in Windsor "he said he's getting on very well" when asked about Philip's recovery. Prince Philip has been discharged from hospital, just over a week after he had a hip replacement. The palace says "his royal highness would like to convey his appreciation for the messages of good wishes he has received". The aging royal did not attend Easter services with the Queen because he was having problems with his hip.