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Michelle Obama slams Trump for trying to undo child health program

Michelle Obama slams TrumpFormer first lady Michelle Obama on Friday warned President Donald Trump's efforts to scale back programs that affect American children.

Obama made the remarks at the annual Partnership for a Healthier America Summit in Washington, D.C.

"We've got to make sure we don't let anybody take us back," she said, noting particularly the Trump administration's efforts to unwind her legacy program to improve nutrition for schoolchildren.


Jordanian 'attacker' shot dead by Israeli police

Jjordanian attacker shot dead in JerusalemA Jordanian man was shot dead by Israeli police in East Jerusalem after he allegedly stabbed an officer in the neck.

Eye witnesses told Al Jazeera that the incident took place at 1.30pm local time (1030 GMT) on Saturday near the Chain Gate which leads to Al Aqsa mosque.


FBI searches Annapolis GOP fundraising firm connected to Paul Manafort

Strategic Capaign group raided by FBIFBI agents executed a search warrant Thursday at an office of a fundraising and consulting firm in Annapolis that works for Republican candidates and conservative causes nationwide, the 11 News I-Team has learned.

The investigation is being run out of Washington, not locally, the I-Team has learned. The Washington FBI office said the investigation, including the raid, is being done with “fierce coordination.”

An FBI spokesperson said don't expect a release of documents "anytime soon."



Treasury's financial intel unit to turn over financial records to Senate for Trump-Russia probe

FinCENA financial intelligence unit within the Treasury Department has agreed in principle to turn over financial records related to President Donald Trump and associates, NBC News confirmed Friday, citing a person close to the Senate Intelligence Committee.

The committee's bipartisan investigation into Russia's meddling in the 2016 election is also looking into whether there was collusion between Moscow and the Trump campaign.


Five Reasons the Comey Affair Is Worse Than Watergate

Trump crisis worse than WatergateThe tangled affair now known as Watergate began 45 years ago, before most of today’s U.S. population had even been born. (The median age of Americans is about 38, so most people in the country were born in 1979 or thereafter.)

Thus for most people “Watergate” is a historical allusion—obviously negative in its implications, since it led to the only presidential resignation in American history, but probably hazy in its details.


Worldwide ransomware hack hits hospitals, phone companies

Ransomware attack worldwideA global ransomware attack is holding more than 60,000 computers hostage.

Banks, telephone companies and hospitals have all been ensnared in the worldwide hack, with the malware locking down computers while demanding a hefty sum for freedom.


Roger Stone contradicts Trump, says he has spoken to the president ‘very recently’

Roger Stone said he saw President recentlyThe Trump administration can’t keep its story straight.

President Trump took to Twitter early Wednesday morning to shoot down reports that his confidant, political strategist Roger Stone, was among those who advised him to fire FBI Director James Comey.

“The Roger Stone report on @CNN is false - Fake News. Have not spoken to Roger in a long time - had nothing to do with my decision,” read the president’s 5:57 a.m. tweet about a CNN report claiming Stone influenced Trump’s decision to fire Comey.


Locals dismayed as Trump's EPA gives new life to controversial Alaska mine

Trump's EPA re-opens Alska gold mineFurther legal battles and protesters “standing in front of bulldozers” could be in store in Alaska, after the Trump administration on Friday settled a lawsuit over the proposed development of a massive gold and copper mine at the headwaters of one of the state’s main salmon fisheries.

The Environmental Protection Agency settled the long-running case with the Pebble Ltd Partnership, allowing the Canadian-owned company to seek a federal permit to build its mine near Bristol Bay.


Mexican woman who uncovered cartel murder of daughter shot dead

Mexican mother shot dead after uncovering cartel murderersA Mexican woman who doggedly pursued her daughter’s killers in a region plagued by with drug cartel violence has been shot dead in her home, reflecting both the lawlessness plaguing large swaths of the country and the risk faced by victims’ families who pursue justice.

Miriam Rodríguez Martínez was murdered on 10 May, when Mexicans mark Mother’s Day and families of those who have disappeared during the decade-long drug war march to demand action by the authorities.


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