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Monday, July 25, 2016

Some conservatives reconsider funding Akin in Missouri Senate race

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Reuters) – Within hours of a deadline to withdraw from the race, Missouri U.S. Senate hopeful Todd Akin appeared determined to stay in and he received a boost with news that some Tea Party-linked conservatives are considering giving him financial support. Akin has come under pressure to quit from fellow Republicans over his controversial remarks on rape. In a sign of defiance, Akin was due to start a bus tour across the state on Tuesday to emphasize he will not file a motion with a local court by a 5 p.m. deadline to quit the race. The Missouri senate race…

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Obama and Romney Offer a Possible Preview of Their First Debate

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—Mitt Romney criticized President Obama in remarks broadcast on Sunday for refusing to meet with Benjamin Netanyahu, the Israeli prime minister, during this week’s United Nations General Assembly meeting, saying it sends a message that the administration is distancing itself from an important Middle East ally. “I think the exact opposite approach is what’s necessary,” Mr. Romney said on “60 Minutes.” Mitt Romney spoke with “60 Minutes” correspondent Scott Pelley in Boston       “60 Minutes” correspondent Steve Kroft spoke with President Barack Obama at the White House   Mr. Obama, speaking in a separate interview on the same program on CBS,…

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Iran commander says could launch pre-emptive strike on Israel

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  (Reuters) – Iran could launch a pre-emptive strike on Israel if it was sure the Jewish state were preparing to attack it, a senior commander of its elite Revolutionary Guards was quoted as saying on Sunday. Amir Ali Hajizadeh, a brigadier general in the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps, made the comments to Iran’s state-run Arabic language Al-Alam television, according to a report on the network’s website. “Iran will not start any war but it could launch a pre-emptive attack if it was sure that the enemies are putting the final touches to attack it,” Al-Alam said, paraphrasing the military commander. Hajizadeh…

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U.S. stops 20 Iran officials attending U.N. assembly

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DUBAI | Sat Sep 22, 2012 (Reuters) – The United States has denied visas to about 20 Iranian government officials hoping to attend next week’s United Nations General Assembly, including two ministers, Iran’s Fars news agency reported on Saturday. Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, a regular at the assembly since he took office in 2005, will give his final speech there on Wednesday and will address a meeting on the “rule of law” on Monday. But of the 160-or-so visas requested by the Iranian delegation two months ago, about 20 were turned down, Fars said. It gave no reason, but many Iranian officials…

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Pro-American Libyans Besiege Group Suspected in U.S. Envoy’s Death

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BENGHAZI, Libya (Reuters) – Pro-government demonstrators stormed the headquarters of the Islamist Ansar al-Sharia militia in the Libyan city of Benghazi on Friday, aiming to evict fighters from the site, Reuters witnesses said. Ansar al-Sharia has been linked to the attack on the U.S. consulate in Benghazi last week in which the U.S. ambassador to Libya and three other Americans died. It denies involvement. Friday’s action against the group appeared to be part of a coordinated sweep of militia headquarters buildings by police, government troops and activists following a mass public demonstration against militia units earlier in the day. Chanting…

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VP candidate Ryan heckled, booed at retiree event

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(Reuters) – Republican vice presidential candidate Paul Ryan received a chilly reception from a seniors’ group on Friday as he argued that popular health and pension programs for U.S. retirees need to be overhauled to ensure their stability. Members of the retiree group AARP booed and heckled Ryan as he laid out the Republican ticket’s case for repealing President Barack Obama’s healthcare law and partially privatizing the Medicare health plan…

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USCIS Reminds Individuals Affected by Hurricane Isaac of Available Immigration Benefits

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USCIS understands that a natural disaster can affect an individual’s ability to maintain lawful immigration status. Eligible individuals may apply for temporary relief measures, including: A change or extension of nonimmigrant status for an individual currently in the United States, even when the request is filed after the authorized period of admission has expired; Extension or re-parole of individuals previously granted parole by USCIS; Advance parole, and expedited processing of advance parole applications; Expedited adjudication of requests for off-campus employment authorization applications for F-1 students experiencing severe economic hardship; Expedited processing of immigrant petitions for immediate relatives of U.S. citizens…

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New Wisconsin poll shows Obama with significant lead

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  According to CNN – A new poll of Wisconsin likely voters released Wednesday afternoon shows President Barack Obama with a double digit lead over Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney there. It stands in contrast to other national and state polls released Tuesday and Wednesday which have shown a close race, some giving Obama a slight advantage over Romney. The Marquette Law School Poll put Obama 14 percentage points ahead of Romney among likely voters in the Badger State. It also shows a significant change in the Wisconsin race for a U.S. Senate seat. – Check out the CNN Electoral…

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Democratic Enthusiasm Swells in the Swing States, Nationally

Overall, 59% of swing-state voters now highly enthusiastic, up from 46% in June PRINCETON, NJ — Voters in the 12 states USA Today and Gallup consider the key swing states that could decide the 2012 presidential election are now significantly more enthusiastic about voting this fall than they were in June. Six in 10 (59%) are either “extremely” or “very” enthusiastic, up from 46%.    Track the 2012 race and compare it to past elections > Voter enthusiasm in these states has grown among members of both political parties; however, Democrats’ level has increased more. Thus, whereas equal percentages of…

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  (BBC)…Burma’s Aung San Suu Kyi given US Congress award…Burmese opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi has finally received in person the US Congressional Gold Medal she was awarded under house arrest in 2008.  (CNN) – It’s the state where Mitt Romney was born and where his father served as governor, but a new poll indicates President Barack Obama is leading the Republican nominee in the race for Michigan’s 16 electoral votes. According to a CNN/ORC International survey (PDF) released Wednesday, 52% of likely voters in Michigan say if the presidential election were held today, they’d vote for the president,…

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