• Powerball Jackpot Up to $447M, 10th Largest in US History
Powerball Jackpot Up to $447M, 10th Largest in US History

Saturday night's jackpot was the 10th largest lottery prize in USA history. The numbers drawn were 32, 26, 20, 38 and 58. The jackpot had grown because no one had matched all the numbers since April 1. The victor has a year to come forward and claim the prize, and can choose to cash in a prize of $279.1 million or to receive the full amount in in...

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  • Trump favorability rating in Utah drops to 45%
Trump favorability rating in Utah drops to 45%

Remember, rank-and-file GOP lawmakers on Capitol Hill have a very strong incentive to toe the party line and follow Trump's lead: the most rabid contingents of the Republican base support the president, and GOP officials who break ranks risk a backlash - or a primary challenge.

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  • London mosque terror attack suspect named
London mosque terror attack suspect named

Witness Khalid Amin told BBC television "he was shouting: 'I want to kill all Muslims'". "Or does the media need to give it more coverage, if in fact, that is happening and we're not covering it as much?" "What I can say on this case is this individual, so far as we know at the moment, was not known to us, but we are aware of a rise in the far ...

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  • Isolation of Qatar 'inhumane and against Islamic values', says Turkey President Erdogan
Isolation of Qatar 'inhumane and against Islamic values', says Turkey President Erdogan

Its military, numbering around 11,800 troops, is only bigger than Bahrain's. Saudi Arabia even closed land border with Qatar. Baker said 18 destinations were now out of bounds for the airline. Sheikh Mohammed bin Abdulrahman Al Thani said Monday that Qatar is in contact with global aviation authorities and legal organizations as it tries to f...

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  • Al-Qaida-linked group says it staged Mali attack
Al-Qaida-linked group says it staged Mali attack

In November 2015, gunmen took guests and staff hostage at the luxury Radisson Blu hotel in Bamako in a siege that left at least 20 people dead, including 14 foreigners. Three others subsequently arrived in a vehicle and began firing their weapons. The US embassy in Bamako had warned earlier this month "of a possible increased threat of attac...

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  • Dennis Rodman Visits North Korea Again to Meet Kim Jong Un
Dennis Rodman Visits North Korea Again to Meet Kim Jong Un

The State Department said President Trump had been consulted. Pritish Tosh, an infectious diseases physician, told the Washington Post that in some very specific instances, patients suffering from botulism may be placed in medically induced comas while being connected to a ventilator to facilitate their care, though it is now unclear if that'...

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  • Jim Caldwell's Forecast | Summer storms to take a brief break
Jim Caldwell's Forecast | Summer storms to take a brief break

North winds 5 to 10 miles per hour. Chances of rain will increase Friday night , which will see a 20 percent chance of showers and thunderstorms with low temperatures around 68. Mostly cloudy, with a low around 70. Chance of precipitation is 20 percent. Friday night: A 30 percent chance of showers and thunderstorms. South-central Wisconsin...

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  • Adele visits Grenfell Tower firefighters
Adele visits Grenfell Tower firefighters

Prince William spoke emotionally about the visit , describing it as "one of the most bad things I have ever seen", according to the Daily Mail . The singer was spotted comforting locals at a vigil for the victims a day after the fire in which 79 people are now missing presumed dead .

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  • Grenfell Tower: Adele meets firefighters for 'tea and a cuddle'
Grenfell Tower: Adele meets firefighters for 'tea and a cuddle'

Late Sunday, the Metropolitan Police released three photos from inside Grenfell Tower , which showed in close detail how the fire charred the building that once housed up to 600 people in 120 apartments. "I was in there myself and went all the way to the top floor and it is incredibly hard", he said, before pausing as tears welled up in his eyes. ...

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  • Cuban-Americans react to talk of changes in restriction and policy
Cuban-Americans react to talk of changes in restriction and policy

The new policy will ban most U.S. business deals with the Armed Forces Business Enterprises Group (GAESA), a sprawling conglomerate involved in all sectors of the economy, but make exceptions related to air and sea travel, the officials said.

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  • WH: Trump's Cuba Policy Meant to Empower the Cuban People
WH: Trump's Cuba Policy Meant to Empower the Cuban People

On June 16th, the US president announced in Miami the restriction for American citizens to travel in the town-to-town exchange category and greater vigilance over other travelers. Republican Gov. Chris Christie has urged the Trump administration to make Chesimard's return to the United States part of any change in Cuba policy.

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  • Man Accused of Murder of Muslim Girl Not Charged for Hate Crime
Man Accused of Murder of Muslim Girl Not Charged for Hate Crime

The Washington Post reports that the mosque, along with family members, identified the girl as Nabra Hassanen , from Reston, Virginia . Martinez Torres, who is charged with murder , was arraigned Monday and denied bail pending a July 19 court appearance.

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  • Adele visits Grenfell Tower firefighters and offers 'tea and a cuddle'
Adele visits Grenfell Tower firefighters and offers 'tea and a cuddle'

Some people were seen throwing children from windows in a bid to save them whilst others jumped from their flats. The venue had been a destination for those who would show support to those who were affected by the wildfire engulfed the apartment tower.

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  • UK: London apartment tower used banned siding in renovation
UK: London apartment tower used banned siding in renovation

London mayor Sadiq Khan acknowledged growing public anger surrounding the Grenfell Tower fire in which 58 people are presumed dead, saying the blaze was a result of "mistakes and neglect". May said those living in similar high-rises "also want answers" and ordered local authorities to complete urgent safety checks. The remains of Grenfell T...

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  • Adele meets firefighters after fatal fire at Grenfell Tower in London
Adele meets firefighters after fatal fire at Grenfell Tower in London

Others wrote on Twitter: "Adele deserves recognition for taking the time to comfort the victims of the Glenfell Fire as well as visiting the firefighters ❤️", and another added: "Absolutely lovely, just like Adele and thank you heroes for all your unbelievable heroism".

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  • Bengaluru Cop Puts Humanity Above The President Of India And Gets Rewarded
Bengaluru Cop Puts Humanity Above The President Of India And Gets Rewarded

A Bengaluru cop has won many hearts for stopping a convoy of President Pranab Mukherjee to make way for an ambulance. This act was so appreciated by the Bengaluru police that they chose to reward him for letting the ambulance move on. Traffic Sub-Inspector M L Nijlingappa with about 38 years of experience along with his subordinate Vishwanath w...

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  • Ronaldo kept away from media spotlight after Portugal draw with Mexico
Ronaldo kept away from media spotlight after Portugal draw with Mexico

That's all that André Silva got in today's Confederation cup game game between Portugal and Mexico (2-2 FT). Portugal's Cristiano Ronaldo sings the national anthem prior to the Confederations Cup , Group A soccer match between Portugal and Mexico , at the Kazan Arena, Russia, Sunday, June 18, 2017 .

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  • Tropical Storm Bret in Atlantic; potential storm in Gulf
Tropical Storm Bret in Atlantic; potential storm in Gulf

Persons with marine interests in St Lucia are strongly advised to exercise extreme caution. Tropical Storm Arlene formed in late April, becoming only the second tropical storm to form that early in the year in the satellite era, National Hurricane Center forecasters said.

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  • United States student in coma dies days after release from North Korea
United States student in coma dies days after release from North Korea

Dozens of North Korean missile launches and two nuclear bomb tests since the beginning of previous year have heightened tensions on the Korean peninsula. Doctors in Cincinnati said they found no active sign of botulism nor evidence of beatings. John Delury, a North Korea expert based in Seoul , called last week for the US government to work ...

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  • Former Pakistani greats appreciate national side for ICC Champions Trophy victory
Former Pakistani greats appreciate national side for ICC Champions Trophy victory

Coach Micky Arthur praised the spirit of his side after they bounced back from a humiliating defeat to India at the start of the tournament to beat Sri Lanka, South Africa and England before the final. There was no way back for India, who collapsed to 158 all out with almost 20 overs of the match as they suffered their heaviest defeat by runs i...

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  • Adele pictured visiting Grenfell Tower firefighters for 'cup of tea and cuddle'
Adele pictured visiting Grenfell Tower firefighters for 'cup of tea and cuddle'

He said only five people had been formally identified so far, after officers earlier warned that some may never be identified due to the condition of the remains. The government pledged on Friday (16 June) to give at least £5,500 to every household whose home had been destroyed by the fire, with one cash payment of £500 and the rest delivered thro...

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  • Russia has no confirmation of IS leader's death
Russia has no confirmation of IS leader's death

However, Sergei Lavrov, the Russian foreign minister, said that as of now, there is no certainty if the terrorist group leader is still alive, as reported by The Guardian . Still, the death of al-Baghdadi would be a major military and propaganda success for Russian Federation, which has waged a military campaign in support of Syrian President ...

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  • 7 still hospitalized after London mosque attack
7 still hospitalized after London mosque attack

Police presence was stepped up near the Finsbury Park mosque after the incident in north London . The van was apparently driven at people who were helping him. They said more officers would be deployed to provide reassurance to mosques. "This was an attack on London and all Londoners, and we should all stand together against extremists, wh...

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  • Donald Trump rages on Twitter over 'sad' Russian investigation, demands proof
Donald Trump rages on Twitter over 'sad' Russian investigation, demands proof

The Washington Post also reported on Thursday that special counsel Robert Mueller , who is charged with leading the Justice Department investigation into the matter, was looking into the business dealings and finances of Jared Kushner, Trump's son-in-law and one of his closest advisers.

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  • IT Dept seizes
IT Dept seizes "Benami assets" of Lalu's daughter Misa Bharti

In the notice, Mr. Prasad's family members have been identified as the beneficiaries of the benami assets. The IT department said it has attached farmhouses, land and buildings in Delhi and Patna , including plots in the Bihar capital where a mall was to be built.

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  • Hammond: 'UK will leave single market and customs union'
Hammond: 'UK will leave single market and customs union'

The government is exploring ways to soften austerity but has ruled out a Summer Budget, according to chancellor Philip Hammond . The Chancellor told BBC One's Andrew Marr Show: "What we put in place may not be a single arrangement that endures forever, it may be an arrangement which lasts for a couple of years as a temporary measure before we ge...

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  • 'Constructive' Brexit talks get off to a shaky start for David Davis
'Constructive' Brexit talks get off to a shaky start for David Davis

But his political opponents argued that it was clear Brussels had won the first round in the Brexit talks. Both Davis and Barnier appeared to acknowledge they have a mountain to climb in the talks - by giving each other hiking-related gifts.

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  • Inmates save officer who passed out on work detail
Inmates save officer who passed out on work detail

Deputies said the six inmates were on a work detail June 16 when an officer passed out. The inmates, who were with the officer, immediately got the officer's telephone and dialed 911 for assistance. He told 11alive.com : 'When he started breathing, it was just real heavy and real fast. "That really speaks a lot about my officers too, how they tr...

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  • Supporters Stage Rally for Accused NSA Leaker Reality Winner at Union Square
Supporters Stage Rally for Accused NSA Leaker Reality Winner at Union Square

The Justice Department announced her arrest Monday as The Intercept reported that it had obtained a classified report suggesting Russian hackers attacked a USA voting software supplier days before last year's presidential election. "I have spoken to her and her family as recently as yesterday", he said. Winner's court-appointed attorney Tit...

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  • Iran police kills four IS suspects in Hormuzgan province
Iran police kills four IS suspects in Hormuzgan province

Six attackers died - including five men and a woman who blew herself up - and several were detained in connection with the attacks Wednesday at Iran's parliament and the tomb of Iran's revolutionary leader, Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini. The first attack was made by a four-jihadists team that carried assault rifles, the attackers wore suicide ves...

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  • Trump hung United States out to dry on Paris climate agreement
Trump hung United States out to dry on Paris climate agreement

Former FBI Director James Comey will say in public testimony Thursday that President Trump asked him to "lift the cloud" over him and the federal investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 USA election, and asked for his loyalty. A few efforts, such as a reduction on methane emissions introduced by the Obama administration, could be overtu...

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  • United Nations chief condoles with Portugal over wildfire deaths
United Nations chief condoles with Portugal over wildfire deaths

The association is rebuking authorities for allowing the planting of huge swathes of eucalyptus, the country's most common and most profitable species - but one that's often blamed for stoking blazes. "In Portugal , the main factor in the scale of wildfires is the unbroken stretches of forest", Paulo Fernandes, a forest researcher at Portugal's ...

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  • USA student dies days after release from N.Korean prison
USA student dies days after release from N.Korean prison

Some foreigners have said after their release that their declarations of guilt had been coerced while in North Korean custody. North Korea said he had been in a coma for a year after contracting botulism but his family say he was subjected to "awful torturous mistreatment".

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  • May inches toward deal to stay in power
May inches toward deal to stay in power

At talks with his counterparts in the 28-country EU, Philip Hammond said his "clear view and I believe the view of the majority of people in Britain is that we should prioritize protecting jobs, protecting economic growth and protecting prosperity as we enter those negotiations and take them forward".

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  • President Macron's party wins parliamentary poll majority
President Macron's party wins parliamentary poll majority

Many of them are young and new to politics, although they are allied in parliament to another long-established centrist party, MoDem, or Democratic Movement. Despite a strong platform for Macron, a low voter turnout underlines that he may yet have to tread carefully with French reforms. Since Macron's Republic on the Move! Jean-Christophe C...

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