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Mattis 'not ruling out' Syria military action after Douma attack

Gen. Mattis says military action not ruled out in syria

The United States is not ruling out the use of military force in Syria in response to a recent poison gas attack in a rebel-held town, James Mattis, the US defence secretary, has said.

His comments on Monday came hours before the United Nations Security Council was due to discuss (19:00 GMT) Saturday's deadly attack in Douma amid growing international outrage.

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Syria chemical attack: Scores killed in Douma, rescuers say

Assad uses gas again

A chemical attack in Douma, the last rebel-held stronghold near Syria's capital, Damascus, has killed at least 70 people and affected hundreds, rescue workers have told Al Jazeera.

The White Helmets, a group of rescuers operating in opposition-held areas in Syria, said on Saturday that most of the fatalities were women and children.

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Space war is coming — and the U.S. is not ready

Space war is coming

War is coming to outer space, and the Pentagon warns it is not yet ready, following years of underinvesting while the military focused on a host of threats on Earth.

Russia and China are years ahead of the United States in developing the means to destroy or disable satellites that the U.S. military depends on for everything from gathering intelligence to guiding precision bombs, missiles and drones.

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Decision to add citizenship question to census draws protest

Sec. RossThe 2020 U.S. Census will include a question about citizenship status, a move that brought swift condemnation from Democrats, who said it would intimidate immigrants and discourage them from participating.

The population count taken every 10 years is more than an academic exercise. It's required by the Constitution and used to determine the number of seats each state has in the House as well as how federal funds are distributed to local communities. It helps communities determine where to build everything from schools and grocery stores to hospitals.

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Whistleblowers Say Brexit Campaign Skirted Finance Rules

whistleblower: Brexit supporters violated campaign lawA group of whistleblowers on Monday questioned the integrity of Britain's vote to leave the European Union, presenting 50 pages of documents that they say prove the official Brexit campaign group violated election finance rules on the way to winning the 2016 referendum.

They allege that the official Vote Leave campaign circumvented spending limits by donating 625,000 pounds ($888,000) to the pro-Brexit student group BeLeave but sending the money directly to campaign consultant AggregateIQ. The firm has long-term links to Cambridge Analytica, the British consultant accused of misusing Facebook data to help Donald Trump win the 2016 U.S. presidential election, the group says.

"This not about re-fighting the referendum," Chris Wylie, the central figure in the original Cambridge Analytica revelations, told reporters at a packed news conference in London. "It's about the integrity of the democratic process."

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Joseph diGenova, high profile Washington lawyer, joins Trump legal team

Joseph DiGenovaLongtime criminal lawyer and former federal prosecutor Joseph diGenova is joining President Trump's legal team as the president has escalated his criticism of special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation into Russia's interference in the 2016 election.

The move was confirmed Monday by Trump lawyer Jay Sekulow, who said diGenova would begin work later this week.

"I have worked with Joe for many years and have full confidence that he will be a great asset in our representation of the president," Sekulow said.

The appointment of diGenova, who himself has offered strong rebukes of the Mueller investigation, likely signals a more aggressive push by Trump's legal team that had once pledged full cooperation with Mueller's investigators.

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Trump upset with press secretary over handling of Stormy Daniels questions

Sara Huckabee SandersPresident Trump is upset with White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders for her handling on Wednesday of questions about allegations that the president once had an affair with adult-film actress Stormy Daniels.

CNN's Jim Acosta reported that Trump is "very unhappy" with his press secretary after she acknowledged at a press briefing on Wednesday that Trump has been involved in a legal dispute with Daniels stemming from her allegations.

Sanders at Wednesday's press briefing said that an arbitration process had gone in the president's favor. By doing so, a source told Acosta that Sanders "gave the Stormy Daniels storyline steroids yesterday."

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President Trump is upset with White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders for her handling on Wednesday of questions about allegations that the president once had an affair with adult-film actress Stormy Daniels.

CNN's Jim Acosta reported that Trump is "very unhappy" with his press secretary after she acknowledged at a press briefing on Wednesday that Trump has been involved in a legal dispute with Daniels stemming from her allegations.

Sanders at Wednesday's press briefing said that an arbitration process had gone in the president's favor.

By doing so, a source told Acosta that Sanders "gave the Stormy Daniels storyline steroids yesterday."

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