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Tax day falls on April 17 this year because April 15 was a Sunday and April 16 was Emancipation Day, a holiday in Washington , D.C. The IRS encountered system issues Tuesday morning. Then, once the submit is restored and starts accepting electronic submissions, submit the return as usual. The news release does not specify the severity of the system outage, although it says processing systems are back online.
  • Every Major Change In The Superstar Shakeup

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    Hardy recently returned from an injury hiatus which had kept him out of action since late-2017. Charlotte Flair, Naomi, and Becky Lynch are all on SmackDown Live , and they seem destined to be separated after working together so closely for months with nobody turning heel.
  • Fitton: Andrew McCabe Report Shows Obstruction Probe Against Trump Is 'Dead'

    Fitton: Andrew McCabe Report Shows Obstruction Probe Against Trump Is 'Dead'

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    Fondacaro is absolutely right when he says the reason for the media love affair with Comey is their "mutual target": Donald Trump . Comey held a televised press briefing in July 2016 to announce the Department of Justice was not recommending charges against Clinton, and generated more controversy when he sent a letter to Capitol Hill saying the Federal Bureau of Investigation was reviewing more of her emails - a move Clinton and her allies say helped swing the election to Trump .
  • Protests escalate over PM nomination dispute in Armenian capital

    Protests escalate over PM nomination dispute in Armenian capital

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    Police used tear gas and stun grenades as they clashed Monday with anti-government protesters in Armenia, leaving several people wounded, after thousands of opposition supporters began to march toward parliament in Yerevan . Some built barricades using cast-iron benches and metal trash cans. Authorities called on him to end the protests , which they threatened to break up by force.
  • Judge who acquitted Aseemanand and others in Mecca Masjid case resigns

    Judge who acquitted Aseemanand and others in Mecca Masjid case resigns

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    Court today acquitted all the accused in the Mecca Masjid bomb blast case. However, after issuing the verdict in the eleven-year-old blast case, he tendered his resignation. That conspiracy has been exposed. The verdict was pronounced amidst tight security around the Nampally Courts Complex. where all the accused were present.
  • Boy, 8, brings knife to school, attacks 3 students

    Boy, 8, brings knife to school, attacks 3 students

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    He was released to his parents due to his age. The threats have been taken seriously by police and the man is expected to appear in court on Tuesday with a view to being remanded in custody over the offence, West Copenhagen Police have confirmed.
  • Top Diplomats of China, Japan Agree to Cooperate on N. Korean Issues

    Top Diplomats of China, Japan Agree to Cooperate on N. Korean Issues

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    While ties between Tokyo and Beijing have a troubled history, relations seem to have strengthened following Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's diplomatic visit in January. He and Kono discussed a broad range of issues, including North Korea, Kono on Sunday night. Wang said the visit was a response to Japan's positive attitude toward China.
  • Valerie Plame denounces potential Libby pardon

    Valerie Plame denounces potential Libby pardon

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    Trump has called that probe a "witch hunt". In a statement, the president said he doesn't know Scooter Libby, but heard for years that he had been mistreated. Libby's attorneys, Joseph diGenova and Victoria Toensing, issued a statement thanking Trump for "addressing a gross injustice" they said was inflicted by Fitzgerald and Comey.
  • Barry Lewis: Facebook and the illusion of privacy

    Barry Lewis: Facebook and the illusion of privacy

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    Several high-profile individuals, including Cher and Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak, publicly announced that they have deactivated their accounts. Though consumers have been willing to subscribe to some online services, social media experts say when it comes to firms like Facebook - which has been free since its launch and whose ads can easily be scrolled past - a pay model is unlikely to catch on.
  • Warm Friday with rain heading this way

    Warm Friday with rain heading this way

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    The minimum temperatures increased marginally in mid and lower hills but Keylong, Manali and Kalpa shivered under severe cold wave conditions with a low of 0.4 degree, 2.0 degree and 3.5 degree. Northeasterly winds will gust as high as 50 miles per hour, so a Wind Advisory is in effect until 7 p.m. Saturday . Cloudy skies usher in the new week on Monday , with morning rain and a few showers in the afternoon.
  • Trump Lawyer Arranged Payoff To Playboy Playmate For Republican Fundraiser

    Trump Lawyer Arranged Payoff To Playboy Playmate For Republican Fundraiser

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    The FBI raided Cohen's office earlier this week, reportedly seeking documents related to payoffs he had orchestrated to women who claimed to have had affairs with Trump. Davidson did not immediately respond to request for comment. The contract reads that whether or not she is "indeed pregnant as she alleges " she has all her legal rights to seek "the paternity of the alleged child", and any support, financial help, or otherwise.
  • Photos from Winnie Mandela's funeral in South Africa

    Photos from Winnie Mandela's funeral in South Africa

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    We did not do the same for her", Ramaphosa said. " We want to let you know that my mother despite all the lies smeared against her was ready to challenge the lies but time did not allow ." . Throughout the height of apartheid, she remained at the forefront of the battle, urging others to carry on the fight "to the bitter end" - and she later became known as the "Mother of the Nation".
  • UK: Russia spied on ex-double agent Sergei Skripal for years

    UK: Russia spied on ex-double agent Sergei Skripal for years

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    The report concluded: 'The situation around the Skripals looks more and more like a forcible detention or imprisonment'. Mark Sedwill also said in a letter to NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg that Russian Federation had previously tested whether door handles could be used to deliver nerve agents.
  • Mattis expresses caution on strike against Syria

    Mattis expresses caution on strike against Syria

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    President Donald Trump says he is "prepared to sustain" strikes against Syria until the use of chemical agents stops. White House press secretary Sarah Sanders also said on Wednesday the intelligence community was still assessing the evidence but said, "the President holds Syria and Russian Federation responsible for this chemical weapons attack ".