• UK election: Theresa May could lose parliamentary majority, exit poll shows
UK election: Theresa May could lose parliamentary majority, exit poll shows

Fair play to the old boy, he said: "Send this one to Wenger!" There have also been suggestions that May could try to form an alliance with Northern Ireland's Democratic Unionist Party, whose controversial policies include stopping gay marriage, in order to form a government without a majority.

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  • Flynn To Hand Over Documents Amid Russia Probe
Flynn To Hand Over Documents Amid Russia Probe

Former US National Security Adviser Michael Flynn has agreed to provide some of the documents requested by a congressional intelligence committee as part of the probe into allegations of his Russian Federation ties. A separate FBI probe that was led by former FBI Director Robert Mueller and the latest actions of the committee prove lawmakers ...

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  • US Attorney General to testify before Congress over contacts with Russian Federation
US Attorney General to testify before Congress over contacts with Russian Federation

Democratic Senator Ron Wyden, an intelligence committee member, asked the panel's leaders in a letter on Sunday to hold an open hearing. Sessions is now expected to be asked about topics raised by former FBI Director James Comey during his testimony Thursday, including Sessions' role in Comey's firing, as well as the circumstances of his re...

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  • Republicans urge Trump on tapes; Sessions to testify Tuesday
Republicans urge Trump on tapes; Sessions to testify Tuesday

File image of Jeff Sessions. Richard Shelby, R-Ala., Sessions said that he had been scheduled to discuss the Justice Department budget before House and Senate committees but it had become clear some members would focus their questions on the Russian Federation investigation.

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  • Ex-Penn St officials get jail terms in Sandusky abuse case
Ex-Penn St officials get jail terms in Sandusky abuse case

Prosecutors didn't recommend sentences for ex-athletic director Tim Curley and ex-vice president Gary Schultz . In handing down the sentence in Dauphin County Court of Common Pleas, Judge John Boccabella said, "This is a Shakespearean tragedy; this is a fall from grace that is both unfortunate and well deserved".

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  • N. Korea fires several projectiles, S. Korea says
N. Korea fires several projectiles, S. Korea says

The regime of North Korea's leader Kim Jong-un has fired multiple anti-ship cruise missiles in its latest test not just of its missile technology but also of the global community's patience. Drone incursions from the North have increased in recent years. "It is incumbent on us to assume that North Korea today can range the United States...

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  • Actress found dead in Mumbai home, Murder suspected
Actress found dead in Mumbai home, Murder suspected

The police opened the door and found the decomposed body of a lady aged 25-30 years. The cops found her decomposed body on Monday evening (June 12). The police have registered an Accidental Death Report and will register an FIR of murder in case post-mortem examination indicates that Kritika was killed, said officers.

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  • Cancel Trump's proposed state visit to United Kingdom, says London Mayor Sadiq Khan
Cancel Trump's proposed state visit to United Kingdom, says London Mayor Sadiq Khan

Khan's office initially responded to Trump's criticism by saying Khan had " more important things to do than respond to Donald Trump's ill-informed tweet that deliberately takes out of context his remarks", the Guardian reported. US President Donald Trump at the White House yesterday. "There is no reason to be alarmed by this". Mayor o...

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"Hard Brexit" plan is dead in the water - Scotland's Sturgeon

The SNP wants Theresa May to rethink her Brexit strategy. The first minister said the general election result had left the United Kingdom government so unstable and weak it was vital that May sought the support of devolved governments and opposition parties to agree a common position before talks with the European Union due to begin next week...

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  • Interior head suggests reducing Bears Ears National Monument
Interior head suggests reducing Bears Ears National Monument

Specifically, the law says that national monuments should contain the "smallest area" possible - a requirement that Mr. Zinke says has been clearly violated by the sprawling Bears Ears monument. "Protection of these lands is non negotiable". House Natural Resources Committee Chairman Rob Bishop (R-Utah) introduced a bill on land management in the...

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  • White House says Trump looks forward to scheduling UK trip
White House says Trump looks forward to scheduling UK trip

The initial report said Trump recently spoke by phone with British Prime Minister Theresa May , reportedly telling her he would not come to London without the support of the public. Khan on Twitter, claiming the mayor had played down the danger to citizens when the alarms of danger should have been raised. It said Queen Elizabeth II had "ext...

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  • Donald Trump invited to testify over James Comey, Russian meddling
Donald Trump invited to testify over James Comey, Russian meddling

Schumer maintained that special counsel Robert Mueller, who is heading the Justice Department's investigation, would be consulted first. On Sunday, "Last Week Tonight" host John Oliver addressed ousted FBI Director James Comey's testimony in an open session with the Senate Intelligence Committee on Thursday, saying that Comey had destroyed wh...

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  • North Korea 'most urgent' threat to security -Mattis
North Korea 'most urgent' threat to security -Mattis

Thousands of USA soldiers are stationed in South Korea and Japan. That moment, experts warn, is drawing perilously near. The source said it also appeared Kim Jong-un recently gifted senior scientists in the ICBM development program with a house and vehicle as rewards.

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  • May heads for crunch meeting with party lawmakers
May heads for crunch meeting with party lawmakers

At the meeting with the 1922 Committee, despite several calls to resign since Thursday's election, May's hard Brexit stance is certain to come under pressure during the meeting, with her focus on securing controls on immigration thought to be unpopular among many backbenchers.

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  • Jeremy Corbyn's High-Five Fail Makes For A Cringeworthy Watch
Jeremy Corbyn's High-Five Fail Makes For A Cringeworthy Watch

Matthew Goodwin , 35, a professor of politics at the University of Kent, is the co-author of " Brexit: Why Britain voted to leave the European Union ". Unfortunately for Mr Goodwin, Labour won 40.3 percent of the vote. In comments that threaten to upset his own MPs and millions of new supporters, the Labour leader said the party would "respec...

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  • Spicer refers Russia-related queries to Trump's private lawyer
Spicer refers Russia-related queries to Trump's private lawyer

Several congressional investigations and a probe by a Justice Department special counsel have become a major distraction for Mr. Trump . A Pennsylvania man has been arrested at the Trump International Hotel in Washington after police say they found a rifle and handgun in his auto.

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  • Bill Cosby sex case jury to resume deliberations
Bill Cosby sex case jury to resume deliberations

The jury also heard the accuser Andrea Constand , 44, tell her side of the story through testimony and through her 2005 deposition. A lawyer on the case recalled her startling account of being drugged and sexually assaulted by Cosby, but his notes revealed a glaring discrepancy in the account.

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  • Sessions Senate testimony to be public
Sessions Senate testimony to be public

Sessions had a remarkable path to the attorney general post. And last Friday, the day after Comey testified on Capitol Hill and the same day Trump again refused to say whether tapes existed - the two leaders of the Russian Federation investigation in the House fired off a request to the White House: If there are recordings, Congress wants to see ...

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  • United Kingdom election: Who could replace Theresa May as Britain's prime minister?
United Kingdom election: Who could replace Theresa May as Britain's prime minister?

Lack of a majority can inhibit the government from passing legislation, and the party with the most seats often has to cobble a coalition to enact laws. DUP Leader Arlene Foster recently denied the party was homophobic. The results of the general election are being seen as a Brexit mandate, with most of the constituencies against Brexit tur...

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  • Theresa May's UK election gamble backfires as Tories lose majority
Theresa May's UK election gamble backfires as Tories lose majority

Labour , meanwhile, appeared to make significant gains, winning 261 seats - 29 more than in 2015. Prime Minister Theresa May called for a snap election earlier this year with expectations of boosting the Conservative's majority government but her party failed to secure the 326 seats needed to form another majority government.

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  • After talk of Comey's 'lies,' Democrats want Trump to testify under oath
After talk of Comey's 'lies,' Democrats want Trump to testify under oath

He said the former director is a "straightforward, honest guy" who was sacked for "tell [ing] the truth [while] Trump runs around lying most of the day". Still, even he acknowledges that the President has the power to fire the FBI Director for any reason, or for no reason at all. The key to that may be in the hands of Mr Robert Mueller , a sp...

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  • Jeff Sessions' testimony is first chance to check Comey's version of events
Jeff Sessions' testimony is first chance to check Comey's version of events

Asked Monday if the White House thought Sessions should invoke executive privilege to avoid answering questions about his conversations with Trump, presidential spokesman Sean Spicer replied, "It depends on the scope of the questions". Sessions will therefore have to walk a tightrope to both satisfy his boss, Donald Trump, and remove the politica...

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  • Vladimir Putin Critic Alexei Navalny Detained Ahead Of Nationwide Anti-Kremlin Protests
Vladimir Putin Critic Alexei Navalny Detained Ahead Of Nationwide Anti-Kremlin Protests

Navalny then laid the groundwork for the June 12 rallies, crisscrossing Russian Federation to open campaign offices and meet volunteers, many who have known no national leader other than Putin . Russian police on Monday hauled away one of President Vladimir Putin's political rivals - just as he was about to lead a protest against government ...

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  • Thousands rally across Russian Federation in new challenge to Kremlin
Thousands rally across Russian Federation in new challenge to Kremlin

Navalny was fined and jailed for 15 days for his role in the earlier March protests. Moscow police blocked part of the street with big dump trucks in a bid to block the movement of protesters. Meanwhile there was also a large police presence in St. Petersburg where a protest was taking place at the Field of Mars park, where protesters were ...

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  • Trump's Comey claims contradicted by president's own son
Trump's Comey claims contradicted by president's own son

Trump told reporters during a joint press conference with Romanian President Klaus Iohannis that he never asked Comey for a loyalty pledge or urged him to scuttle an investigation into former national security adviser Michael Flynn .

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  • UK urges Gulf states to ease blockade against Qatar
UK urges Gulf states to ease blockade against Qatar

The biggest diplomatic rift in years among the states of the Gulf has disrupted Qatar's imports of food and other materials, although its finance minister has played down the economic toll of the confrontation. Other nations also operate forces out of Qatar. Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesman Bahram Ghasemi said Monday the two sides should reso...

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  • Oregon State meets Fullerton in College World Series opener
Oregon State meets Fullerton in College World Series opener

Oregon State (54-4) will bring a 21-game win streak into the Bracket 1 afternoon game against Fullerton (39-22). Sunday's doubleheader will feature Louisville v. They will play the second game at 5 p.m. PT Saturday, which will also air on ESPN. The losers of Saturday's two games will play Monday afternoon. The losers of Saturday's two games...

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  • 9th Circuit deals President Trump's travel ban another defeat
9th Circuit deals President Trump's travel ban another defeat

To date, liberal judges have asserted that the president's overbroad comments during a rough and tumble campaign mitigate against him, and that they have the power to say what national security is. The one before the Seattle-based 9th Circuit was the case of Hawaii v. Trump - the first lawsuit filed by a state against the revised travel ban.

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  • UK's May Says She Will Form Gov't, Press Ahead With Brexit
UK's May Says She Will Form Gov't, Press Ahead With Brexit

The UK prime minster Theresa May's disastrous election result is casting doubt on the UK's Brexit negotiations. Downing St. says the Cabinet will discuss the agreement Monday. He mocked May's election campaign slogan that she would provide "strong and stable" leadership, saying: "She fought the election on the basis that it was her campaign, it w...

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  • Trump's request to drop Flynn probe was 'disturbing': Comey
Trump's request to drop Flynn probe was 'disturbing': Comey

In sworn testimony to the Senate on Thursday, Comey painted Trump as untrustworthy and admitted he asked a "friend", identified as a Columbia University law professor, to release a memo of his conversations with the president to the press.

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  • UK PM May said wants broader consensus on Brexit plan -lawmaker
UK PM May said wants broader consensus on Brexit plan -lawmaker

There are fears among more liberal Conservative MPs that the socially conservative DUP will demand a scaling back of abortion and gay rights - but No. Anna Soubry, a Conservative member of Parliament, said she could not predict when May might go, but called the prime minister's position "untenable".

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  • Canada's Trudeau denies he wants G20 to drop Paris pact mention
Canada's Trudeau denies he wants G20 to drop Paris pact mention

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has declined to endorse an global statement backing the Paris Agreement on climate change in order to "appease" U.S. At a meeting in Italy, environmental ministers from G-7 nations released a lengthy communique on climate change , including detailed commitments from each nation to reduce greenhouse gas emissio...

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  • Qatar ships cargo via Oman to bypass Gulf restrictions
Qatar ships cargo via Oman to bypass Gulf restrictions

Saudi Arabia's arch-rival Iran on Sunday announced it had sent five planes carrying produce to Qatar. The US has a military base in Qatar, which it says is crucial to its operations in the Middle East. The Port Authority of Qatar broadcast a video of a ship laden with containers as it arrived in the port of Hamad, in Doha. Tehran voiced its pre...

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  • US Joins Battle as Philippines Takes Losses in Besieged City
US Joins Battle as Philippines Takes Losses in Besieged City

Philippines correspondent David Santos, who is now less than five kilometers from the fighting, said the progress of government forces has been slowed by concerns over civilians caught in the crossfire. military forces were providing logistical and reconnaissance support, but have no "boots on the ground", according to Reuters , confirming a Penta...

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  • Hopes rise for softer Brexit after poll shock
Hopes rise for softer Brexit after poll shock

Beleaguered British Prime Minister Theresa May is appointing new members of her government after several of them lost their seats in Parliament in this week's general election that proved disastrous for her Conservative Party. Jeremy Corbyn's Labour Party gave a stiff competition to the Tories by garnering 261 seats, a gain of 29, while the Con...

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