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A cold front will move through on Saturday . Highs will only be in the 70s for the start of the next work week. Temperatures will remain in the low 80s. Sunny skies will return Tuesday . Saturday should be a partly cloudy day. Mostly cloudy skies are forecast to continue for the day Tuesday . Through the second half of the afternoon, as the sea breeze punches inland, it could spark a few isolated showers or thunderstorms along and east of the I-75 corridor.
  • Putin decries 'anti-Russian hysteria' in US

    Putin decries 'anti-Russian hysteria' in US

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    Russian President Vladimir Putin is pushing for greater cooperation, including military ties, between Russia and China saying it "would bring balance to the world". "When Putin mentioned "neutral countries in the Baltic sphere" and "Finnish independent foreign policy", he sent the message he does not want to see all of the Baltic basin as members of North Atlantic Treaty Organisation", said Kanerva.
  • Senators to scrutinize foreign agents -- but not Trump Jr

    Senators to scrutinize foreign agents -- but not Trump Jr

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    Repeal of the Magnitsky Act is Vladimir Putin's "single most important foreign policy priority", William Browder told Congress on Thursday. Also scheduled to appear is financier Bill Browder , who is expected to shed more light on the practices of Russia's government and its ties to one particular person in the story.
  • Senate rejects Obamacare repeal without replacement

    Senate rejects Obamacare repeal without replacement

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    The text of the legislation mirrors a bill that the Senate passed in 2015 that President Obama then vetoed . The two would need to be reconciled and a final bill passed by both chambers before it reaches the president's desk. The third amendment Republicans have yet to vote on would nix only the individual mandate and the medical device tax imposed by Obamacare. There aren't any men among the Republican Senate caucus that feel the same way.
  • Daughters-in-law from Pakistan always welcome: Sushma Swaraj

    Daughters-in-law from Pakistan always welcome: Sushma Swaraj

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    Ms Swaraj also said that she had told visiting Iraqi foreign minister Ibrahim al-Jaafari that she would not accept anything on the issue without "proof", and requested him to continue the search for them. She said six sources have confirmed to her that they were alive, which includes a President and a foreign minister of two countries. Balwant was one of about 39 Indian construction workers kidnapped by the Islamic State militant group (ISIS) when it overran Iraq's second largest city of Mosul ...
  • European Union defends airline data-sharing after court ruling

    European Union defends airline data-sharing after court ruling

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    In December 2014, the General Court said Hamas should be removed from the list because the EU's decision to place it on the "terror" sanctions list was not the result of an independent investigation. "To respect the ruling, the EU must now immediately suspend its deals with Australia and the United States", the NGO European Digital Rights said in a statement.
  • Tillerson On Resignation Rumors: I'm Not Going Anywhere

    Tillerson On Resignation Rumors: I'm Not Going Anywhere

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    CNN said that among Tillerson's growing differences with the White House were fresh debates over Iran policy and personnel, as well as President Donald Trump's chaotic and confusing foreign policy approach. "He recognises that. He's deeply engaged in that work". She later clarified that the vacation was planned in advance and was not in response to any resignation rumors.
  • Demmer pushes Rauner education funding bill over Senate measure

    Demmer pushes Rauner education funding bill over Senate measure

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    Lieutenant Gov. Evelyn Sanguinetti has launched a petition for Illinoisans to voice their desire for the Senate to send SB 1 to the governor's desk and for schools to open on time. State aid for K-12 schools is contingent on changing Illinois' funding formula to an "evidence-based model" like that of Senate Bill 1 , which passed the legislature in May.
  • Three Israelis stabbed to death in West Bank settlement: army

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    Incensed at what they perceive as a violation of delicate decades-old access arrangements at Islam's third-holiest site, many Palestinians have refused to go through the metal detectors, holding street prayers and often violent protests. Israel's army confirmed it was involved in clashes in Abu Dis. The decision to install the metal detectors at the entry point to the shrine in Jerusalem's walled Old City on Sunday was made after the killing of two Israeli policemen on July 14.
  • Lowest Sacramento June Unemployment Rate Since 2006

    Lowest Sacramento June Unemployment Rate Since 2006

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    Braun said. The year-over change, June 2016 to June 2017, shows an increase of 261,400 jobs (up 1.6 percent). IL posted a small increase in nonfarm payroll jobs, gaining 8,600 jobs over the month. While these areas experienced job gains, education and health services (-2,600), construction (-1,000) and financial activities (-500) saw job losses.