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Violent Weather Kills Three in Missouri, Floods Rivers in Oklahoma

By Antranik Tavitian

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (Reuters) - A relentless barrage of violent weather in the central United States left three people dead on Thursday, local media said, as tornadoes raked across southwest Missouri and devastated the state capital, and heavy rain flooded rivers in Oklahoma.

The reported casualties from the tornadoes, which struck Missouri in the middle of the night, brought the week's weather-related death toll in the region to at least seven, as forecasters said the rain and threat of damaging winds were expected to continue.




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Angry U.S. President Does Not Want to Work With Opposition Leaders

As the pace of investigations targeting United States President Donald Trump intensifies, signs of strain and frustration are emerging.
 
During a meeting to discuss infrastructure projects, a campaign promise that Trump has failed to work on, the President abruptly called off the conference before appearing at the Rose Garden to channel his exasperation.



Theresa May Clings to Power after Brexit Gambit Backfires

By Guy Faulconbridge and Kate Holton

LONDON (Reuters) - Prime Minister Theresa May was clinging to power on Thursday after her final Brexit gambit backfired, overshadowing a European election that has shown a United Kingdom still riven over its divorce from the EU.

May's departure will deepen the Brexit crisis as a new leader is likely to want a more decisive split, raising the chances of a confrontation with the European Union and an election that could usher in a socialist government.




Tornadoes Kill Three, hit U.S. Plains State Capital

By Rich McKay

(Reuters) - Tornadoes killed at least three people in southwest Missouri and slammed into the state capital just before midnight on Wednesday, with rescue workers in Jefferson City searching into the morning for the injured, officials said.

The St. Louis office of the National Weather Service confirmed that reported twisters hit near Joplin, Mo., late Wednesday, and local media including the Joplin Globe reported at least three dead.




Republican Senator Wants U.S. Census to Ask About Criminal Records

By Lauren Tara LaCapra

(Reuters) - The U.S. census should include questions about criminal records to help policymakers get former convicts back into the workforce, a Republican lawmaker said on Wednesday.

Senator Mike Lee of Utah suggested the idea at a hearing about the economic impact of the Census. It may add a new layer to a political battle over what questions the U.S. Census Bureau should include on its decennial survey of U.




New Jersey Man Charged with Threatening to Bomb Trump Tower

(Reuters) - A 20-year-old New Jersey man accused of threatening on social media to "shoot everybody" at a pro-Israel march and bomb the Trump Tower skyscraper in New York City was arrested on Wednesday on a string of federal charges, prosecutors said.

Jonathan Xie, of Basking Ridge, was taken into custody on charges of attempting to provide material support to Hamas, the Islamist group that rules the Gaza Strip and which the United States designates as a terrorist organization, making false statements and transmitting threats over interstate commerce, according to federal prosecutors.




Pakistan Says Wants Peace with India, Conducts Missile Test

By James Mackenzie

ISLAMABAD (Reuters) - Pakistan has signaled a willingness to open peace talks with India as Prime Minister Narendra Modi appears set to return to power in New Delhi after an election fought in the shadow of renewed confrontation between the nuclear-armed enemies.

But in a possible warning to India, Pakistan also announced that it has conducted a training launch of a Shaheen II, surface-to-surface ballistic missile, which it said is capable of delivering conventional and nuclear weapons at a range of up to 1,500 miles.





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