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News video: Australia vows no change in asylum policy after Somali woman sets herself on fire
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News video: Bangladesh court backs death penalty
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CANADA »

Canada wildfire: Oamaru man watched as tens of thousands of residents fled

Canada wildfire: Oamaru man watched as tens of thousands of residents fled
A former Oamaru man stood and watched as tens of thousands of Fort McMurray residents fled an out-of-control wildfire burning the city in northern Alberta, Canada.Craig Rowland, a Waitaki Boys' High School old boy, and his family...
New Zealand Herald

 
CALIFORNIA »

Overnight, California Republicans lose the promise of a competitive primary and high turnout

With Kasich and Cruz out, the California GOP primary turns moot May 5 2016, 4:04 AM Some Republicans start accepting Donald Trump as their candidate while the Democratic candidates stay focused on the California primary. Bernie Sanders is losing his powerful fundraising heading into California...
L.A. Times

 
CLINTON »

Hillary Clinton defends Megyn Kelly, Carly Fiorina in outlining how she will run as a woman against Trump

Hillary Clinton frequently mentions on the campaign trail she is a grandmother and presents herself as someone who would be a history-maker should she be elected Nov. 8 as the first female president of the United States. Clinton said Wednesday that if, as expected, she faces Donald Trump in a..
L.A. Times

 
HILLARY CLINTON »

Essential Politics: A conversation with Hillary Clinton

I’m Christina Bellantoni, and this is Essential Politics.

It was a whirlwind day in politics, from the rapidly evolving presidential race to major policy shifts at the state level.

In a chat Wednesday with the Los Angeles Times, Hillary Clinton outlined her views on the..
L.A. Times

 
CAPTAIN AMERICA »
With 'Captain America: Civil War,' Sebastian Stan crosses over from parts unknown
As a child, Sebastian Stan occupied more countries than most people do houses. At the age of 8, he moved from his native Romania to Vienna, and then, four years later, to New York.

Now 33, Stan doesn't think all that dislocation was always healthy. But it may have given him a certain..
L.A. Times

 
LAW VIOLATES / NORTH CAROLINA »
U.S. government: North Carolina LGBT law violates civil rights
The U.S. Justice Department says a North Carolina law that limits protections for LGBT people violates federal civil rights laws.

The Obama administration Wednesday put North Carolina Gov. Pat McCrory on notice that state officials must confirm by Monday that they will not comply with or..
L.A. Times

 
NORTH KOREA »
Rare Party Congress in North Korea Is Coronation for Leader
Now that North Korea claims to be a nuclear power, some analysts expect Kim Jong-un, the country’s leader, to shift more attention to the economy.
NYTimes.com

 
PARLIAMENT »
Ready to quit if majority in Parliament lost: Nepal PM Oli
*Kathmandu, May 5 (ANI): Nepal's Prime Minister K.P. Sharma Oli today said he is ready to quit if he lost majority in the Parliament.*
ANI News

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