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AGT 2019 Voting: How to Vote for America's Got Talent Live Shows

NBC America's Got Talent 2019 is here and launches the live shows tonight. The quarter-finals begin and the participants play for the votes of the USA. The participants performing this evening are listed below. Viewers at home are crucial to the cast when it comes to deciding the fate of each act. If you want your favorite candidates to switch …

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Union voting at the Volkswagen plant in Tennessee could be historic

Volkswagen Chattanooga starts serial production of the Atlas 2018. Photo: VW The morning shift All your daily vehicle news in one convenient location. Is your time not important? Volkswagen workers may be unionized, rattling in the back seat belt, and a class action lawsuit for deadly shaky effects. All this and more in The Morning Shift for Friday, June 14, …

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German bank leaders facing angry investors survive voting

FRANKFURT – The shareholders of Deutsche Bank had many reasons to be unhappy when they met on Thursday in a Frankfurt concert hall for the annual meeting of the troubled lender. A record low price. A broken Megamerger with the competitor Commerzbank. Money laundering scandals. New revelations about the bank's relationship with Donald J. Trump. The question on Thursday, when …

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India elections: voting underway, reports of clashes | India News

Police broke up clashes between rival groups of voters in West Bengal on Monday as some of India's richest families and Bollywood stars also cast their ballots in Mumbai during the fourth phase of staggered general election. More than 127 million people are In West Bengal, Prime Minister Narendra Modi's re-election bid, supporters of his Hindu nationalist Bharatiya Janata Party …

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Everything to play, as polarized voices of Spain after tense campaign MADRID (Reuters) – Spain will be voting on Sunday for the undisputed and most open elections in decades, which will lead to a fragmented parliament in which right-wing extremists will receive a substantial presence for the first time since the country's return to democracy.

After a tense campaign dominated by emotional issues, particularly national identity and gender equality, the likelihood that a coalition agreement will last for weeks or months will give rise to a wider sense of political insecurity across Europe. At least five parties from across the political spectrum have a chance to be in government, and they may have difficulty agreeing …

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Gillibrand resigns against the progressive call to lower the voting age

Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand, DN.Y., appeared tentatively on Tuesday's progressive move to bring down the voting age to 16. During a CNN Town Hall, Gillibrand was asked by an American university student if she would consider the election age because of the increasing involvement of young people in politics. "I do not know," Gillibrand replied. "I really do not know it." …

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Brexit: What are the MEPs voting for?

Image copyright Getty Images On Monday, MPs attend a second round of polls on alternative Brexit proposals. It is intended to see what result, if any, exists, has a majority. None of the eight proposed MEP options had received the majority of the first votes on March 27, but most of the votes were a customs union with the EU …

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GOP won more seats in 2018 than proposed by Voting

JEFFERSON CITY, Mon. (AP) – The Democrats gained more votes, regained control of the US House, and returned hundreds of seats in federal state legislatures during the 2018 election. In most reports, it was a good year for the party. It was not as bad as the Republicans could have been. That's because they've benefited from a built-in advantage in …

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Brexit Voting Updates: Theresa May gets struck

• Prime Minister Theresa May's agreement for Britain to leave the European Union will face a crucial test on Tuesday – as well as that of Ms. May herself in combat – that could shape the nation for generations to come. • British Attorney General Geoffrey Cox, who had dealt a blow to the Prime Minister, said the new legal …

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