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Today's News / Polish president to veto bills that led to street protests
« Last post by YoNews on Today at 10:20:09 AM »
Polish president to veto bills that led to street protests

Poland's president announced Monday that he will veto two contentious bills which were widely seen as assaults on the independence of the judicial system by the ruling party and that sparked days of nationwide protests.

Source: Polish president to veto bills that led to street protests
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Chainsaw attacker sought after 5 wounded in northern Swiss city

A man armed with a chainsaw wounded five people Monday at an office building in the northern Swiss city of Schaffhausen and then fled, police said. A manhunt is on for him.

Source: Chainsaw attacker sought after 5 wounded in northern Swiss city
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YoNews Portal / Syria Summary - Consolidating The West - Marching East
« Last post by YoNews on Today at 10:20:07 AM »
Syria Summary - Consolidating The West - Marching East

There were no major changes in the situation in Syria since our last post. Several smaller steps have further consolidated the position of the government of Syria and its allies while the positions of its enemies continue to deteriorate.

Source: Syria Summary - Consolidating The West - Marching East
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YoNews Portal / Attack at Israel embassy in Jordan
« Last post by YoNews on Today at 10:20:07 AM »
Attack at Israel embassy in Jordan

A Jordanian man has been killed, and an Israeli and another Jordanian wounded in a shooting incident at the Israeli embassy in Jordan's capital Amman. The two Jordanians were working for a furniture firm and entered the embassy before the shooting, police say.

Source: Attack at Israel embassy in Jordan
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Yemeni Forces Strike Saudi Oil Refinery with Long-Range Ballistic Missile

In retaliation for the Saudi’s ongoing aggression against Yemen, Yemeni forces have targeted an Aramco Saudi oil refinery in Yanbu province with a long-range ballistic missile. The Saudi-led coalition tend to order anywhere from 20 to 70 airstrikes against various Yemeni provinces on any given day. Any province under control of Yemen’s Popular Forces is fair game. Hot spots currently include Taiz, Marib, the vital Hodeidah port town, and the densely populated capital city of Sana’a. So in retaliation, Yemeni forces have struck a Saudi oil refinery.

Source: Yemeni Forces Strike Saudi Oil Refinery with Long-Range Ballistic Missile
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Eight States Including Illinois Have Not Recovered Jobs Lost in Prior Recessions

Illinois, Alabama, Connecticut, Michigan, Mississippi, New Mexico, Ohio, and Wyoming are the only states that still have not regained employment lost during the Great Recession or prior recessions.

Source: Eight States Including Illinois Have Not Recovered Jobs Lost in Prior Recessions
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Today's News / U.S. stock benchmarks tilt lower early Monday
« Last post by News Bot on Today at 10:20:03 AM »
U.S. stock benchmarks tilt lower early Monday

U.S. stock benchmarks tilt lower early Monday
Source: U.S. stock benchmarks tilt lower early Monday
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There's a smart way to save for college — and hardly any families are using it

You won't have to pay taxes on the investment return on your college savings if you use a 529 plan.
Source: There's a smart way to save for college — and hardly any families are using it
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Trump lashes out at his 'beleaguered' attorney general and asks why he isn't investigating Clinton's emails and Russia connections

President Donald Trump lashed out at Attorney General Jeff Sessions and Rep. Adam Schiff in a set of Monday morning tweets.
Source: Trump lashes out at his 'beleaguered' attorney general and asks why he isn't investigating Clinton's emails and Russia connections
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Facial recognition surveillance is here — but privacy protections are not

In a little publicized section of Trump’s Immigration Executive Order, the president ordered Department of Homeland Security (DHS) to “expedite the completion and implementation of a biometric entry exit tracking system.” The purpose of the tracking system is to confirm who is entering and exiting the country to, for example, identify people who have overstayed their visas. Congress has already provided up to a billion dollars over the next ten years to implement the program.

Source: Facial recognition surveillance is here — but privacy protections are not
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