• Baby brutally beaten on Father's Day has died
Baby brutally beaten on Father's Day has died

Taylor was watching Nylah on Father's Day when he called her 17-year-old mother to tell her something was wrong with the baby and to come get her, CBS New York reported. He was also accused of beating the girl's mother. Meanwhile, Facebook messages posted to Facebook by Taylor prior to Nylah's birth have emerged this week that appear to suggest h...

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  • President Tsai posts Eid al-Fitr greetings online
President Tsai posts Eid al-Fitr greetings online

There had initially been some confusion over the date of Eid al-Fitr in India this time, because Ramadan had started a day late, as a result of the moon not being seen on May 26. "The community spirit I felt at Ramadan food banks in Montreal and Toronto reminds us all - no matter our backgrounds, we're in this together", Trudeau wrote in the Facebo...

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  • Democrats need to do more than obstruct
Democrats need to do more than obstruct

The ultra-liberal House minority leader was featured in numerous GOP ads linking her to 30-year-old political novice Jon Ossoff , a Democratic recruit, in the weeks leading up to Tuesday's election. "Say why you think President Trump is a disaster - and then why and what you would do differently", he encouraged. Conservative strategist Frank L...

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  • Early reviews negative on Senate Republicans' health care bill
Early reviews negative on Senate Republicans' health care bill

Over the next few days, McConnell needs to determine what concessions he can make to sway at least two of the four conservative senators - but do so without losing support from the more moderate wing of the Senate, some of whom face tough re-elections next year.

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  • Pakistan twin blasts leave 61 dead
Pakistan twin blasts leave 61 dead

A faction of the sectarian militant group Lashkar-e-Jhangvi, known as Al Alami, claimed responsibility on Saturday for the twin blasts in Parachinar, saying it was targeting Shiite Muslims. A spokesman for the Pakistani military, Gen. Asif Ghafoor, in a Twitter post said "Security/surv of Pak-Afg Bdr enhanced". Pakistani President Mamnoon Hus...

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  • Protesters Arrested During Health Care Bill 'Die
Protesters Arrested During Health Care Bill 'Die

McConnell's office to protest Trumpcare, legislation that would mean as much as $800 billion in cuts to Medicaid , according to The Hill . Jordan Uhl, editor of The Opposition, tweeted: "Capitol Police arresting protesters who rely on wheelchairs".

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  • US Supreme Court limits rights of property owners
US Supreme Court limits rights of property owners

The most notable of three immigration-related cases in which rulings are due on Monday is a dispute over whether immigrants detained by the USA government for more than six months while deportation proceedings unfold should be able to request their release.

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  • Trump says hostility has stymied bipartisanship
Trump says hostility has stymied bipartisanship

In nearly the exact words used yesterday by Collins , Heller said he could not support any bill that took away health insurance from "tens of millions of people". Several senators whose states embraced the Obamacare expansion of Medicaid expressed concerns that the bill may go too far. Trump said the Democrats' theme is "resist" - which...

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  • South Africa bowl against England in 3rd T20
South Africa bowl against England in 3rd T20

David Miller then feathered Plunkett behind as South Africa slipped to 113 for four in the 14th over. Andile Phehlukwayo held his nerve in a dramatic final over which ended with England three runs short after Liam Dawson couldn't hit the four required from the last delivery of the match in the growing gloom.

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  • Federer wins Halle Open tennis title
Federer wins Halle Open tennis title

Federer will go for his ninth title in the German city, which would mark the first time he has won a tournament as many times. "It has been a hard year with a lot of practice, training and rehab so I am very happy to be back on the court", he said.

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  • 15 bodies found after landslide buries scores in China
15 bodies found after landslide buries scores in China

Rescuers with lights on their helmets and sniffer dogs had searched for people through the night as lamps illuminated the grey rubble, according to images on state media. Qiao said his family was swept away by water as part of a mountain collapsed. They were taken to Maoxian County People's Hospital and none suffered life-threatening injuries.

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  • Demands of Saudi an attack to Qatar's sovereignty: Erdogan
Demands of Saudi an attack to Qatar's sovereignty: Erdogan

The top United Arab Emirates official says the Arab countries isolating Qatar do not seek to force out the country's leadership but are willing to cut ties with it if it does not agree to their demands. "It's very hard for us to maintain a collective grouping with one of the partners. actively promoting what is an extremist and terrorist agenda...

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  • MU's Watkins takes bronze at Junior Championships
MU's Watkins takes bronze at Junior Championships

Cherry, who won his semifinal heat on Friday with a time of 45.05, set a new personal best in Saturday's 400-meter final with a run of 44.67 for sixth place in the race. Collinsworth, who finished third in the 800m at the NCAA Championships recently in her final race as a Cougar, finished second overall in the heats, and second in her heat, Heat 1.

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  • Erdogan says Saudi-led ultimatum on Qatar 'against worldwide law'
Erdogan says Saudi-led ultimatum on Qatar 'against worldwide law'

Last week, before the anti-Qatar demands became public, State Department spokeswoman Heather Nauert was unusually blunt in criticizing the group of nations isolating Qatar and effectively dared them to come up with a list of Qatari misdeeds.

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  • Officer escorting Mike Pence motorcade hurt in crash
Officer escorting Mike Pence motorcade hurt in crash

Mr. Pence also heralded a new executive order signed by President Trump directing the US Department of Justice to, "develop protections for Americans of faith". Pence also spoke about another reversal of Obama era policy when it comes to US relations with Cuba. The legislature amended the law after much public outcry.

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  • Doubts cast over Fed ability to raise rates again in 2017
Doubts cast over Fed ability to raise rates again in 2017

While the territory effectively imports USA monetary policy due to its currency peg, local banks have been reluctant to pass on higher rates to customers amid fierce competition for mortgages - heightening a property boom, as well as fueling depreciation in the Hong Kong dollar.

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  • South Africa beat England to level series
South Africa beat England to level series

Roy became the first player in worldwide T20 cricket history to be given out for obstructing the field after Andile Phehlukwayo's throw hit him when he was short of his ground. But Mosehle (15), after breaking his second bat as well, was caught behind gloving a slower ball from paceman Liam Plunkett (two for 36). Curran, the son of the late f...

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  • Erdogan rejects Arab demands; Turkish troops stay in Qatar
Erdogan rejects Arab demands; Turkish troops stay in Qatar

The document also states that Qatar must consent to monthly compliance audits in the first year after agreeing to the demands, followed by quarterly audits in the second year, and annual audits in the following 10 years. The military said a contingent of 23 soldiers reached Doha on Thursday. Qatar denies that it supports groups such as IS and...

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  • Saudi Arabia's King Replaces Nephew With Son As Heir To Throne
Saudi Arabia's King Replaces Nephew With Son As Heir To Throne

The Prime Minister said Pakistan and Saudi Arabia are bound together by a common faith, shared values, and joint aspirations for the future of the Ummah. A high-profile role in managing the entire kingdom is captured by bin Salman and he has the mission to transform the economy. But former U.S. administration officials said the effects of such ac...

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  • South Africa fight back to level T20 series with England
South Africa fight back to level T20 series with England

Heino Kuhn is set to be named in South Africa's squad for the test series against England‚ Times Media has learnt. When the rejuvenated Roy fell victim to the rarely seen dismissal of obstructing the field at the start of the 16th over, his side required just 42 from 29 balls on a pacy surface, with seven wickets still in hand.

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  • Chael Sonnen Gets Decision Victory Over Wanderlei Silva At Bellator 180
Chael Sonnen Gets Decision Victory Over Wanderlei Silva At Bellator 180

Sonnen failed an out-of-competition drug test, and both received lengthy suspensions that led to their departure from the UFC . Round Three: The round begins with the fighters taking a few swings at each other, Sonnen scores a takedown on Silva and he gets side control.

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  • France, Britain to jointly combat online terrorist threat
France, Britain to jointly combat online terrorist threat

After their talks, May and Macron headed to the Stade de France stadium north of Paris to watch a France-England exhibition soccer match honoring victims of the recent attacks in Manchester and London . Reports, however, said the British delegation in Brussels failed on Monday to reach an agreement with Michael Barnier, the European Commission's...

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  • Lions coach Warren Gatland wants clampdown on All Blacks' 'dangerous' play
Lions coach Warren Gatland wants clampdown on All Blacks' 'dangerous' play

The All Blacks captain was enormous as the hosts swatted aside the game Lions' challenge at Eden Park on Saturday morning. And in another quirk, who would have expected Beauden Barrett to be faultless from the kicking tee while Owen Farrell has a slight wobble? He has been nailed on for a Test spot since the first day of the tour, but the...

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  • Telangana: 18-month-old who fell in borewell dies
Telangana: 18-month-old who fell in borewell dies

Mahender Reddy told The Hindu . On Saturday, the authorities had said that the chances of the toddler's survival were bleak. It was a tragic end for little Chinnari as mutilated body of the 18-month-old girl was retrieved from the borewell on Sunday, after the 72-hour uninterrupted rescue operations were unsuccessful.

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  • Gunman who shot US politician Steve Scalise acted alone, says FBI
Gunman who shot US politician Steve Scalise acted alone, says FBI

The FBI did not find any online threats or references either to members of Congress or to the Congressional Baseball Game on Hodgkinson's digital devices. A "rough sketch of several streets" in the District of Columbia was also found but officials said it was believed to be "not of investigative significance".

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  • Five more TN fishermen arrested by Sri Lankan Navy
Five more TN fishermen arrested by Sri Lankan Navy

Tamil Nadu fishermen increase poaching in Sri Lankan waters, Navy arrests 39 fishermen in last three days Sun, Jun 25, 2017, 12:21 pm SL Time, ColomboPage News Desk, Sri Lanka. On Saturday, Palaniswami asked Modi to take up fishermen issue urgently with the concerned authorities in Sri Lanka and arrange for an early release of the 28 fishermen and ...

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  • Oklahoma doctor charged in opioid deaths of patients
Oklahoma doctor charged in opioid deaths of patients

Her medical license is still active, but the Oklahoma Board of Osteopathic Examiners suspended her ability to prescribe narcotics in 2015 upon learning about the investigation . "I appreciate the effort from everyone who worked as a team and put this case together", said Hunter, according to KFOR News. "The dangers associated with opioid drugs ...

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  • PM Modi Embarks on Three-Nation Tour
PM Modi Embarks on Three-Nation Tour

Modi arrived for his first meeting with the U.S. leader. On Monday afternoon, President Trump is scheduled to host PM Modi at the White House where the two leaders will beginning the bilateral discussion. While the Trump administration has now changed its earlier hostile nature towards China-as they now see the potential role China can play...

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  • The Donald Trump-shaped hole in Queen Elizabeth II's speech
The Donald Trump-shaped hole in Queen Elizabeth II's speech

Queen Elizabeth II outlined the British government's legislative program in a speech to Parliament on Wednesday after the prime minister promised "humility" in negotiating Britain's exit from the European Union following a disastrous election that cost the ruling Conservative Party its majority.

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  • Ramirez sharp in Angels' win over Red Sox; Farrell ejected
Ramirez sharp in Angels' win over Red Sox; Farrell ejected

Ortiz shook off the bad performance with a laugh. David Ortiz stepped up to the microphone, wiped the tears from his eyes and waited for the sold-out Fenway crowd to shout "Papi!" a few more times. 34 mowed into the outfield grass. "Oh man, that was very emotional", Ortiz said. The Boston Red Sox hung up the No. 9 jersey of Ted Williams o...

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  • Seth Meyers shines a light on Mitch McConnell's health-care bill hypocrisy
Seth Meyers shines a light on Mitch McConnell's health-care bill hypocrisy

Its flat tax credits, which provided identical assistance to the poor and the wealthy, would price millions of near-elderly low-income workers out of the insurance market and trap millions more in poverty. Hit hardest, said Hoff, would be people on Medicaid as well as those who purchase individual health insurance plans. He said the bill would al...

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  • UAE condemns
UAE condemns "terrorist crime" targeting Grand Mosque in Makkah

Saudi Arabian police last Friday foiled a "terrorist action" against Islam's holiest site, where millions of faithful from around the world have gathered, the state Al-Ekhbaria news channel said. Iran's Foreign Ministry issued a statement Saturday quoting spokesman Bahram Ghasemi as saying "terrorism is rampant and growing now across the whol...

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  • Florida Insurers Request 17.8% Rate Hike On Obamacare Exchanges
Florida Insurers Request 17.8% Rate Hike On Obamacare Exchanges

That leaves CareSource Indiana Inc. and Celtic Insurance Company as the last two providers. The average rate increase requested by the companies is 17.8 percent. It may stop enforcing a mandate that most Americans buy coverage or it may halt cost-sharing payments that soften expenses for people with modest incomes.

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  • Four Arab countries give Qatar 10 days to close Al Jazeera
Four Arab countries give Qatar 10 days to close Al Jazeera

Qatar's foreign minister has even refused to settle the disputes or even talk about the crisis and the matters circling it until and unless the isolation of Qatar or the blockade is lifted or put to an end. But the country acknowledges that it allows members of some extremist groups such as Hamas to reside in Qatar, arguing that fostering dialogue ...

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  • Trump supporters should take no comfort in outcome of Georgia election
Trump supporters should take no comfort in outcome of Georgia election

Ossoff went on to lose the election , of course, to Karen Handel: the Republican candidate who became the first Republican woman to ever make it to Congress from the state of Georgia . "We're losing the ability to connect with voters on what the hell they think about every single day". "That is why I'm able to attract the support that I do, w...

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