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Chinese leader arrives for first face-to-face with Trump

Top of the list is North Korea and its repeated missile tests. When China takes on a leadership role, Balding says, it does so out of self-interest. But absent a major diplomatic snafu, experts said President Trump and the White House are likely to promote this as a major opportunity for some much-needed course correction away from the negative headlines consuming Washington.

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Tornado hits Georgia as rain, hail pelts Southeast

Multiple Alabama schools announced they will be closed Wednesday. It was the second suspension of play on Wednesday and also cut short the popular Par 3 Contest. Elementary school classes will be dismissed at 11 a.m. Wednesday, and after-school activities are canceled. If all of the severe weather ingredients come together, there will be the risk of a few strong tornadoes capable of staying on the ground for long periods of time.

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Canada expected to legalize marijuana by July 2018

Additionally, those who want to grow their own marijuana will be limited to growing four plants at a time. "Justin Trudeau must explain why we're continuing to arrest people today, for an action which will be legal tomorrow". Previous year U.S voters in California , Massachusetts , Maine and Nevada voted to approve the use of recreational marijuana, joining Colorado, Washington, Oregon and Alaska.

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Trump admin cites abortion as it halts funding to UN agency

The UN Foundation's statement said the UNFPA's work was of critical importance, providing more than nine million people with HIV/AIDS preventative services, domestic violence counselling, pregnancy check-ups and safe childhood services.

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Bill to Legalize Cannabis Nationwide Introduced in House and Senate

The moves come against a backdrop of increasing acceptance of marijuana and marijuana legalization. "As more states follow Oregon's leadership in legalizing and regulating marijuana, too many businesses are trapped between federal and state laws".

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More snow in northern New England

Saturday's storm that brought heavy, wet snow to much of northern New England is winding down, but not before dumping up to 18 inches of snow, causing traffic accidents on highways across the region and leaving thousands without power. Boston was buried under 25.4 inches of snow during that storm. A flood warning was in effect for several MA counties after many areas received up to 2 inches of rain.