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Unruly passenger aboard Hawaii flight prompted bomb scare: FBI

Unruly passenger aboard Hawaii flight prompted bomb scare: FBI The Federal Bureau of Investigation account of Saturday's disturbance was furnished in an affidavit supporting the criminal complaint against Anil Uskanli, 25, who was living in California under a temporary visa revoked after his arrest. Uskanli, making his first court appearance since he was arrested at Honolulu International Airport, was ordered by a federal magistrate judge to undergo a psychiatric evaluation. The FBI initially said the disturbance that Uskanli caused was serious enough for two U.S. warplanes to be scrambled to escort the passenger jet to Hawaii but provided few details of the incident until Monday.


Trump budget would cut oil stockpile, open Arctic refuge to drilling

Trump budget would cut oil stockpile, open Arctic refuge to drilling By Timothy Gardner WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. President Donald Trump's White House would sell half of the nation's emergency oil stockpile and open the Alaska National Wildlife Refuge to drilling as part of a plan to balance the budget over the next 10 years, documents released by the administration on Monday showed. The White House budget, which will be delivered to Congress on Tuesday, is meant as a proposal and may not take effect in its current form. The U.S. Strategic Petroleum Reserve, the world's largest, holds about 688 million barrels of crude oil in heavily guarded underground caverns in Louisiana and Texas.


Trump's budget proposes converting some military grants to loans

Trump's budget proposes converting some military grants to loans By Yeganeh Torbati and Mike Stone WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The Trump administration's budget proposal would convert some of the United States' foreign military grants to loans, part of a larger effort to slash spending on diplomacy, aid and programs abroad by more than 29 percent, the White House said on Monday. The cuts to programs under the State Department are in part meant to fund an increase in military spending. The White House budget documents showed total defense spending for the 2018 fiscal year at $603 billion, about 3 percent higher than President Barack Obama's proposed 2018 fiscal year defense budget.


Trump's budget depends on strong growth, 'feedback' for balance

Trump's budget depends on strong growth, 'feedback' for balance By Howard Schneider and Jason Lange WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Donald Trump's promise to balance the federal budget in a decade rests on a sustained rise to 3 percent annual economic growth that he promised in his election campaign and a vague "feedback" effect that lowers the annual government deficit by hundreds of billions of dollars. The projections are a leap of faith that many economists and the Federal Reserve regard as unlikely in a country where the population is aging and productivity has lagged. According to the summary tables released by the administration on Monday night, the administration is assuming economic growth reaches 3 percent annually by the end of Trump's first term and stays there at least through 2027.


Amid opposition, Trump makes low budget request for Mexico border wall

Amid opposition, Trump makes low budget request for Mexico border wall President Donald Trump is asking Congress for $1.6 billion to begin building a wall along the border with Mexico, far short of the amount needed for a project sharply criticized by Democrats and even some conservative Republicans. An internal Department of Homeland Security (DHS) plan in February estimated the total cost for the wall at $21.6 billion but the White House's budget proposal for 2018, details of which were released on Monday, included a request for just $1.6 billion. Two Republican aides in Congress said the modest request is an acknowledgement from the White House that full funding is not realistic given opposition from Freedom Caucus conservatives in the House of Representatives as well as Democrats in the House and the Senate.


White House proposes $46.54 billion in cuts to agriculture over ten years

White House proposes $46.54 billion in cuts to agriculture over ten years President Donald Trump's biggest cut would come in the form of a $38 billion bite out of farm supports, including new limits on federal subsidies for crop insurance premiums and caps for commodity payments. The overall proposed budget cuts would eliminate the Rural Economic Development program, which provides zero-interest loans to rural utilities and support to rural businesses. It would also reduce government coverage of costs for federal inspectors at meat plants starting in fiscal 2019 by implementing $600 million in annual user fees for the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Food and Safety Inspection Service.


Trump budget plan slashes food stamps, healthcare for poor

Trump budget plan slashes food stamps, healthcare for poor The White House is set to deliver President Donald Trump's first full budget to lawmakers on Tuesday, a plan that would slash funding for healthcare and food assistance programs for the poor while it trims the deficit. The plan would cut $3.6 trillion in government spending over 10 years, balancing the budget by the end of the decade. More than $800 billion would be cut from the Medicaid program for the poor and more than $192 billion from food stamps.


Factbox: Key points of Trump's 2018 budget proposal

Factbox: Key points of Trump's 2018 budget proposal (Reuters) - The following are stories and tables about President Donald Trump's proposed budget for the fiscal year 2018 starting Oct. 1, unveiled by the White House on Monday and due to be delivered to Congress on Tuesday. * MAIN STORY - Trump's first full budget would slash fundingfor healthcare and food assistance programs that help the poorwhile it trims the deficit. The plan - if agreed to by Congress- would cut $3.6 trillion in government spending over 10 years,balancing the budget by the end of the decade.


Trump budget calls for Wall Street regulators to face restructuring

Trump budget calls for Wall Street regulators to face restructuring By Sarah N. Lynch WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Two Wall Street financial regulators would face cuts or major structural changes under President Donald Trump's fiscal 2018 budget proposal According to an Office of Management and Budget document on Monday, the U.S. Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, which was created by the 2010 Dodd-Frank reform law to protect borrowers from predatory lending, would undergo a "restructure." This would reduce the federal deficit by $145 million in the 2018 fiscal year, it said. The Securities and Exchange Commission, which polices securities markets, would have its reserve fund, established under Dodd-Frank, used to supplement its budget. In recent years, the fund has been used to overhaul the SEC's information technology, including upgrades to the filing system for public companies and initiatives to help police fraud and track equities trading patterns.


Los Angeles art dealer gets jail for bilking clients out of $1 million

Los Angeles art dealer gets jail for bilking clients out of $1 million A former Los Angeles art dealer who prosecutors say embezzled more than $1 million from clients including former Walt Disney Co President Michael Ovitz was sentenced on Monday to six months in jail. Perry Rubenstein, 63, was also ordered to pay $1.1 million in restitution to Ovitz and a second victim, Michael Salke, according to a spokesman for the Los Angeles County District Attorney's Office. Rubenstein pleaded guilty in March to two counts of grand theft by embezzlement in connection with the sale of art by Takashi Murakami and Richard Prince.


Boston art heist solved? Nope, just fraud attempt, prosecutors say

Boston art heist solved? Nope, just fraud attempt, prosecutors say A West Virginia man was arrested on Monday and charged with fraudulently claiming he could sell some of the $500 million in artwork stolen from a Boston museum a quarter century ago, even though he had no access to the long-sought masterpieces. Todd Andrew Desper, 47, of Beckley, West Virginia, was accused of running a scheme in which he offered to sell Rembrandt's "Storm on the Sea of Galilee," and Vermeer's "The Concert," two of the 13 artworks stolen from the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum in March 1990 in the largest art heist in U.S. history. Desper, who used the alias "Mordokwan," was charged with wire fraud and attempted wire fraud, and could face up to 20 years in prison if convicted.


Trump administration wants Obamacare subsidy case put on hold, again

Trump administration wants Obamacare subsidy case put on hold, again By Lawrence Hurley and Yasmeen Abutaleb WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The Trump administration asked on Monday that a major federal court case weighing the fate of the Obamacare cost-sharing subsidies be put on hold again, leaving billions of dollars in payments to insurers up in the air for 2017 and 2018. The subsidies are available to low-income Americans who buy individual health insurance on the exchanges created under the 2010 Affordable Care Act, former President Barack Obama's signature healthcare law, popularly known as Obamacare.


Ex-employee of U.S. defense firm pleads guilty in espionage case

Ex-employee of U.S. defense firm pleads guilty in espionage case Gregory Allen Justice, 49, of California is scheduled to be sentenced on Sept. 18 and faces a maximum sentence of 35 years in prison for attempting to violate the Arms Export Control Act, the department said in a statement.


As Iraqi forces close in on ISIS in Mosul, civilians are still caught in crossfire

As Iraqi forces close in on ISIS in Mosul, civilians are still caught in crossfire In the Tamuz district on the outskirts of western Mosul, Iraqi forces traded fire with remaining ISIS snipers. Iraqi soldiers built a barricade of destroyed cars carried to the front lines by construction trucks. The Iraqi government wants to complete the reconquest of Mosul before the start of Ramadan, the monthlong Muslim fast, on May 26.


Pentagon report shows Flynn misled investigators about Russia trip

Pentagon report shows Flynn misled investigators about Russia trip Flynn told investigators he had had only “insubstantial contact” with foreign nationals, and failed mention he sat next to Vladimir Putin at an RT dinner.


Gingrich disproves the whole Trump-Russia thing, based on an unsolved murder on a Washington street

Gingrich disproves the whole Trump-Russia thing, based on an unsolved murder on a Washington street The District of Columbia police say Rich, who was shot in the back at 4 a.m. near his home in northwest Washington, was the victim of a botched robbery.


Texas House passes 'bathroom bill' targeting public schools

Texas House passes 'bathroom bill' targeting public schools The Texas House of Representatives gave formal approval on Monday to a bill that would restrict bathroom access for transgender students in public schools, a measure that critics say promotes discrimination against such children. The state's Republican-controlled legislature has been at the forefront in advancing measures seen by backers as protecting traditional values and religious liberty but criticized by civil rights groups as eroding protections for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender, or LGBT, people. The Texas House gave preliminary approval on Sunday night to the bill, which requires public school students to use bathrooms, changing facilities and locker rooms that match their biological sex, not the gender with which they identify.


Three teenagers denied bail in Mississippi boy's shooting death

Three teenagers denied bail in Mississippi boy's shooting death Dwan Wakefield, 17, D'Allen Washington, 17, and Byron McBride, 19, have been charged with capital murder in the death of Kingston Frazier, who was found fatally shot in the head on Thursday in his mother's car. The three teens did not enter pleas during a court appearance on Monday at the Madison County Justice Court in Canton, Mississippi.


Mississippi lawmaker 'sorry' he urged lynching for statue removal

Mississippi lawmaker 'sorry' he urged lynching for statue removal A Mississippi state lawmaker who called for the lynching of Louisiana officials for removing pro-slavery era monuments apologized on Monday after his comments sparked a firestorm of criticism. Republican Representative Karl Oliver had taken to Facebook on Saturday to criticize the removal of monuments in New Orleans that city leaders deemed racially offensive. The last of the four statues, of Confederate General Robert E. Lee, was taken down on Friday.


Trump has denied 'collusion' with Russia. But is that the real issue?

Trump has denied 'collusion' with Russia. But is that the real issue? If there’s a single word at the center of the FBI investigation into the Russian connection to the 2016 US election, it might be “collusion.” It means secret or illegal cooperation, especially to cheat or deceive others. “That is important stuff for the public to be aware of even if it absolves the campaign staff of ‘knowing collusion,’ ” says Julian Sanchez, a senior fellow at the Cato Institute who studies national security and intelligence surveillance, in an email interview.


With huge arms deal, US pivots back to Saudis. How does it affect the region?

With huge arms deal, US pivots back to Saudis. How does it affect the region? The $110 billion arms deal President Trump signed with Saudi Arabia may ultimately be as destabilizing in the Middle East as it is good for business in the US. “Our vision is one of peace, security, and prosperity,” Mr. Trump told Sunni Arab leaders in Riyadh, as he called on them to crush Islamic State jihadists and to isolate Iran.


Comey friend: Here’s what the fired FBI director will — and won’t — reveal in Senate hearing

Comey friend: Here’s what the fired FBI director will — and won’t — reveal in Senate hearing James Comey’s friend Benjamin Wittes, who made headlines last week when he talked and wrote about Comey, made further comments in an interview today.


U.S. to release grant funds for California rail project

U.S. to release grant funds for California rail project WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Transportation Department said on Monday it will release grant funds for a project to electrify a northern California commuter rail system.


Scandal-plagued Fox News hit with more lawsuits in U.S. court

Scandal-plagued Fox News hit with more lawsuits in U.S. court New York City lawyer Douglas Wigdor filed lawsuits in federal court in Manhattan on behalf of Kathleen Lee, a Fox News Radio shift editor who says she was sexually harassed and subjected to "unceasing retaliation" for complaining, and Naima Farrow, who maintains she was fired from her job as an accounts payable coordinator after telling supervisors she was pregnant. In a third case in the same court, Vidya Mann, a Fox News accounts receivable specialist, said she was taken on as a temporary employee but passed over for permanent jobs in favor of white coworkers.


U.S. transit agency OKs funding for California rail electrification project

U.S. transit agency OKs funding for California rail electrification project WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Federal Transit Administration said on Monday it has agreed to fund California's San Carlos Peninsula Corridor Electrification Project, also known as Caltrain.


Trump budget poised to slash healthcare for poor, other programs

Trump budget poised to slash healthcare for poor, other programs By Roberta Rampton WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The White House is set to release President Donald Trump's first full budget on Tuesday, a plan that will include a cut of more than $800 billion from the Medicaid program for the poor and reductions in other social spending. The Medicaid cuts were part of a Republican healthcare bill passed by the U.S. House of Representatives in early May, which aims to gut the Obama administration's 2010 law that expanded insurance coverage and the government-run Medicaid program. Trump's initial budget outline for discretionary spending received a tepid response from Congress, which controls the purse strings, and, ultimately, government spending.


Father of Times Square car crash victim thanks New York in emotional letter

Father of Times Square car crash victim thanks New York in emotional letter At an impromptu memorial in Times Square, the father of the young woman who was killed there last week has placed a letter of thanks to the city.


New England prep school: 13 past staffers engaged in sexual misconduct

New England prep school: 13 past staffers engaged in sexual misconduct An elite New Hampshire prep school acknowledged on Monday that 13 former members of its staff engaged in sexual misconduct with students in incidents dating back decades, following an independent review by a Boston law firm. The St. Paul's School apologized and said that it had failed to adequately investigate allegations of sexual abuse by staff. "The school failed to protect students from sexual abuse and sexual misconduct done to them by adults entrusted with their care," wrote Rector Michael Hirschfeld and Board of Trustees President Archibald Cox in an open letter to school families.


U.S. extends 'temporary protected status' to Haitians until January

U.S. extends 'temporary protected status' to Haitians until January The U.S. Department of Homeland Security will allow more than 50,000 victims of Haiti's 2010 earthquake to remain in the United States with work authorizations until January 2018, department officials told reporters on Monday. The Obama administration first granted protections to Haitians who arrived in the United States within a year of the devastating earthquake and the group's status has since been extended. Three DHS officials, who agreed to speak to reporters only on the condition of anonymity, said Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly has assessed the situation in Haiti and believes conditions there are improving but still necessitate protected status for Haitians living in the United States.


Loss-making Air Namibia wins permit to fly into U.S.: report

Loss-making Air Namibia wins permit to fly into U.S.: report WINDHOEK (Reuters) - State-owned Air Namibia has won approval to fly into the United States and hopes to generate revenues through its codesharing agreements, the government-run daily New Era reported on Monday,


Trump’s fresh approach to the Middle East

Trump’s fresh approach to the Middle East By example as much as by words, President Trump has used his maiden trip abroad to demonstrate a fresh direction for the Middle East, one that could be called ecumenical diplomacy. First he visited Islam’s birthplace, Saudi Arabia. Then he was off to Israel, the center of Judaism.


Puerto Rico pension, highway agency join government in bankruptcy

Puerto Rico pension, highway agency join government in bankruptcy Puerto Rico's federal oversight board has sought bankruptcy protection for the island's highway authority and largest public pension, making them the latest commonwealth entities to turn to a court to work out debt. The board filed the cases late on Sunday in U.S. District Court in San Juan, under a process akin to U.S. bankruptcy, known as Title III, that was created by the U.S Congress last year. The latest filings could set the stage for an unconventional fight between retirees and the very lenders whose money was supposed to sustain them, an indication of just how complex Puerto Rico's debt structure is.


Trump on sharing intelligence with Russians: I never said ‘Israel’

Trump on sharing intelligence with Russians: I never said ‘Israel’ President Trump seemed to confirm during an appearance with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu that he had given some Israeli intelligence to top Russian diplomats.


U.S. accuses Massachusetts hedge fund manager of fraud

U.S. accuses Massachusetts hedge fund manager of fraud A Massachusetts hedge fund manager has been arrested and accused of misappropriating millions of dollars from investors and engaging in a Ponzi-like scheme, U.S. authorities said. Yasuna Murakami, who managed Cambridge, Massachusetts-based MC2 Capital Management LLC, was arrested in Vermont on Saturday and charged in a criminal complaint with wire fraud, according to papers unsealed in federal court in Boston on Monday. The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission filed a related lawsuit against Murakami and Avi Chiat, his partner at MC2, and their firm, accusing them of defrauding investors about the funds' performance after raising $15 million.


Billy Bush on Trump tape: didn't have "strength" to change topic

Billy Bush on Trump tape: didn't have "strength" to change topic Former NBC "Today" show host Billy Bush wishes he had changed the subject during a taped conversation with Donald Trump, in which the Apprentice star bragged about grabbing women by the genitals, Bush said in an interview with the entertainment magazine, The Hollywood Reporter. Bush, 45, lost his job as a host of NBC's flagship morning show after the tape, recorded more than a decade ago, was leaked to the media in October, causing public outrage and threatening to kill Trump's chances of becoming president. Bush laughed on the video as Trump boasted about groping women without their permission and of trying to seduce a married woman.


Story on U.S. gender confirmation surgery withdrawn

Story on U.S. gender confirmation surgery withdrawn NEW YORK (Reuters) - The story headlined "U.S. gender confirmation surgery up 19 pct in 2016, doctors say" published at 1201 New York time Monday May 22 (0401 GMT) is withdrawn as the American Society of Plastic Surgeons which provided the data cannot vouch for the data which the Society originally supplied. No replacement story will be issued.


Massachusetts college apologizes for racist tweets on hacked Twitter account

Massachusetts college apologizes for racist tweets on hacked Twitter account Salem State University President Patricia Meservey said in an emailed statement that none of the recent tweets, which were sent out around 11:45 p.m. on Friday, represented the views of the school. "We have done great work in the area of social justice and will continue to do so until incidents such as this no longer occur," Meservey said. According to screenshot photos posted online, the tweets called the Black Lives Matter movement "unneeded and unnecessary," said that Trump "has done nothing but great things" for America and used a racial slur to describe former President Barack Obama.


Mississippi lawmaker apologizes for lynching comment over removing Confederate statues

Mississippi lawmaker apologizes for lynching comment over removing Confederate statues Pushback against the removal of Confederate monuments flared up again when a state representative spoke out harshly against those responsible.


Westinghouse says locking out union members at New Hampshire plant

Westinghouse says locking out union members at New Hampshire plant Westinghouse, which has been operating under bankruptcy protection, had only begun formal negotiations with the International Brotherhood of Boilermakers, Iron Shipbuilders, Blacksmiths, Forgers and Helpers in April for a contract that expired April 29 of this year. The Boilermakers and Westinghouse engaged in a mediation process that was unfortunately not successful, and the union has refused to accept the company's last, best and final contract offer, the company said in a statement.


In U.S. presidential first, Trump prays at Jerusalem's Western Wall

In U.S. presidential first, Trump prays at Jerusalem's Western Wall By Luke Baker and Steve Holland JERUSALEM (Reuters) - President Donald Trump made a historic visit to Jerusalem's Western Wall on Monday, standing before the holiest place where Jews are permitted to pray and saying a few words before inserting a note between the monumental stones. One of them, Psalm 122, speaks of Jerusalem as a "city that is united together". The ancient stones are in a part of Jerusalem that Israel captured in the 1967 Middle East war.


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