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    Let's be friendly to people with dementia

    Story Source Ronnie Nishmas, left, who lives with dementia, laughs with recreation therapist Rachel Gavendo while participating in a dance class at Baycrest hospital in Toronto on Tuesday, December 9, 2014. The dance class is a pilot project with Canada’s National Ballet School studying the effects of dance on seniors with dementia. (Darren Calabrese/Canadian Press) […]

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    Trump to lunch with UN security council ambassadors

    Story Source President Trump will also host a working lunch with ambassadors from the United Nations Security Council countries on Monday, the White House said. It’s an unusual meeting that will get added scrutiny, given Trump’s past criticisms for the U.N. ADVERTISEMENT U.S. Ambassador to the U.N. Nikki Haley is the President of the Security […]

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    10 changes Apple should make to put the Pro back in MacBook Pro

    Story Source Image: Bolukbas As an IT professional, you’re constantly bombarded with questions regarding the latest smartphones, computers, and devices. Your opinion, largely based on your experiences, is highly sought after—and it should be. After all, your work exposes you to equipment that the average user has no need for, such as high-end workstations […]

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    White House to hold conservative media reception Monday

    Story Source President Trump has invited conservative media outlets to a White House reception Monday night, Politico reported Sunday. Breitbart, formerly run by chief White House strategist Steve Bannon; One America News Network and The Daily Caller.  Politico reported that columnists and talk radio hosts have also been invited. These outlets “were neglected the last […]

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    Trump won't comment on Le Pen's advancement in French election

    Story Source President Trump in a new interview refused to comment on whether he thinks Marine Le Pen, the far-right candidate for France’s National Front party, should be president. “No, I have no comment on that,” Trump told The Associated Press Sundat when asked if he thought Le Pen should become France’s next president. Voting in the […]

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    Trump’s first 100 days of Democratic distortion

    Story Source On Nov. 8, 2016, Democrats everywhere let out a collective gasp.  Their unforeseen nightmare had come true: a Trump presidency.   The angst was palpable.  A looming fear of change overtook Washington, D.C., as whispered conversations filled the city’s taverns and local dives. What were the career bureaucrats to do?  A leader set […]

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    Crimintern: How the Kremlin uses Russia’s criminal networks in Europe

    Story Source Crimintern: How the Kremlin uses Russia’s criminal networks in EuropeMark GaleottiECFR 18th April, 2017 SUMMARY Over the past 20 years, the role of Russian organised crime in Europe has shifted considerably. Today, Russian criminals operate less on the street and more in the shadows: as allies, facilitators and suppliers for local European gangs […]

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    Trump: 'One of the best chemistries I had was with' Merkel

    Story Source President Trump during an interview published Sunday said he had good chemistry with German Chancellor Angela Merkel. “Yeah, it’s funny: One of the best chemistries I had was with Merkel,” the president said during an interview with the Associated Press covering his first 100 days in office.  “And I guess somebody shouted out, ‘Shake her […]

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    Trump will ramp up action on executive orders this week: reports

    Story Source President Trump is planning to sign executive orders this week on energy and the environment, Reuters reported Sunday, citing a White House official. “This builds on previous executive actions that have cleared the way for job-creating pipelines, innovations in energy production and reduced unnecessary burden on energy producers,” the official told Reuters. Axios said Sunday that […]

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