• Carter Page questioned by FBI in probe of Russian election meddling
Carter Page questioned by FBI in probe of Russian election meddling

These interviews took place in March, before James Comey was sacked by the president and also before Robert Mueller became special counsel for his own investigation into Russian Federation. The Senate committee is also investigating whether or not the FBI relied on the faulty dossier in their intelligence investigation into Trump's presidential...

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  • Immigration lawyer: Supreme Court decision still a win
Immigration lawyer: Supreme Court decision still a win

Specifically, the Court's decision allows the travel ban to go into effect for the above-mentioned foreign nationals, but only if they lack any "bona fide relationship with a person or entity in the United States ". Jack Phillips, owner of Masterpiece Cakeshop, had refused to sell a customized cake for a gay couple's union, claiming a religious ex...

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  • Woman arrested over Eid crowd vehicle crash released on bail
Woman arrested over Eid crowd vehicle crash released on bail

In a statement on its official Facebook page , Northumbria police said they believe the person behind the wheel was one of the Eid celebrants. "We have taken six people - three children and three adults - to the RVI". The incident came six days after a man drove a van into a crowd of Muslims near Finsbury Park mosque in London , killing one...

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  • Brussels train station attack: Minister says assailant has been identified
Brussels train station attack: Minister says assailant has been identified

Associates of that group attacked Brussels itself four months later, killing 32 people. The blast came a day after a man mowed down Muslims near a mosque in London, and a suspected Islamist on a terror watchlist rammed a auto laden with weapons into a police vehicle in Paris.

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  • Couple accused of locking child in room, hoarding dead animals in freezer
Couple accused of locking child in room, hoarding dead animals in freezer

About half were dead and the other half were alive and in bad shape. The Humane Educational Society of Chattanooga on Monday removed several animals from a Soddy-Daisy home after finding almost a dozen others dead in two different freezers.

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  • Narrowed travel ban could sow confusion in USA and overseas, experts say
Narrowed travel ban could sow confusion in USA and overseas, experts say

The president has denied that the ban targets Muslims but says it is needed "to protect the nation from terrorist activities" committed by citizens of the six countries. "So there could be a ripple effect on worldwide students wanting to study at PSU and American universities in general". Josh Hornbeck, a spokesman for the Diocese of Olympia re...

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  • Three migrants die as thousands rescued in seas off Libya
Three migrants die as thousands rescued in seas off Libya

More than 8,000 people have been rescued in waters off Libya during the past 48 hours in hard weather conditions, Italy's coastguard said Tuesday. Their efforts were coordinated by the coastguard. The Irish vessel is enroute to assist in another rescue operation in the region. The record for migrants rescued on a single day stands at 7,000, pluck...

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  • USA saw chemical weapons activity at Syrian base struck in April
USA saw chemical weapons activity at Syrian base struck in April

Mr Spicer said the activities were similar to preparations taken before a chemical attack in April, that killed dozens of men, women and children, and warned that if "Mr Assad conducts another mass murder attack using chemical weapons, he and his military will pay a heavy price ".

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  • Journalists Resign After CNN Retracts Story On Trump-Russia Ties
Journalists Resign After CNN Retracts Story On Trump-Russia Ties

CNN isn't the only publication battling the fake news crisis-nor is it the only one accused of publishing false or biased stories. CNN has been President Donald Trump's favorite media target by far - he regularly refers to the network as "fake news".

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  • UK doctors' union calls for change in abortion law
UK doctors' union calls for change in abortion law

In total, there have been almost 9 million abortions in Great Britain since the 1967 Act was passed. Now abortion is only legal if women have permission from a doctor who is satisfied that continuing with the pregnancy would be detrimental to their mental or physical health or wellbeing.

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  • European Union fines Google with record 2.42 billion euros
European Union fines Google with record 2.42 billion euros

This is not the only regulatory headache Google faces in Europe. The search giant has been charged with giving its own shopping comparison tool an illegal advantage over the competition and has been provided 90 days to change its practices, or it will face further fines .

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  • Victim says meningitis outbreak destroyed family
Victim says meningitis outbreak destroyed family

District Court in Boston. Cadden was acquitted of 25 counts of second-degree murder after a grueling 10-week trial, but federal prosecutors asked for a 35-year sentence . Attorney George Varghese wrote in the government's sentencing memo. A prosecutor says 20 victims who were sickened and relatives of people who died will give victim impact ...

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  • Led airstrike kills 57 inmates, guards in eastern Syria prison
Led airstrike kills 57 inmates, guards in eastern Syria prison

Since September 2014, following the murder of American journalist James Foley, the US and coalition countries have conducted a bombing campaign on ISIS's infrastructure and sought to target key personnel. "We'll be recovering [the weapons] during the battle, repairing them". Most of Deir Ezzor province is controlled by the militants and it has be...

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  • Congress must stop Trump's Muslim ban
Congress must stop Trump's Muslim ban

The Supreme Court on Monday lifted the injunction from Trump's travel ban while making sure the ban will not effect people who are able to prove ties to American institutions or USA citizens. Iran's foreign minister says the partial reinstatement of President Donald Trump's travel ban is "disappointing" and says the ban is more about politics than ...

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  • Sanders attacks CNN, media in briefing
Sanders attacks CNN, media in briefing

O'Keefe said Project Veritas got the video last Friday and that a portion, in an elevator, was recorded at CNN's headquarters. "I think that if we have gone to a place where the media can't be trusted to report the news, then that's a risky place for America".

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  • British leader reaches deal she needs to govern
British leader reaches deal she needs to govern

Theresa May has signed a £1.5 billion deal with Northern Ireland's Democratic Unionist Party in order to prop up her minority Conservative government, the BBC reports. Stephen Farry, a senior member of the cross-community Alliance Party, said the work necessary to clinch agreement could be done over the next two days.

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  • Modi-Trump joint statement disappointing, lacks new ideas: Congress
Modi-Trump joint statement disappointing, lacks new ideas: Congress

The message was clear when Trump invited Modi for a working dinner at the White House, thereby making him the first such foreign dignitary. Modi said his policies and Trump's "Make America Great Again" plan would "add new dimensions to our cooperation".

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  • Top dog, Brynneth Pawltro, elected mayor of Kentucky town
Top dog, Brynneth Pawltro, elected mayor of Kentucky town

The money raised will go to the restoration after the fire the local grocery store. But Bobbi Kayser admitted the new mayor had been accused of "inappropriate licking". Lucy Lou, the first female mayor of the town. This year it will be used to help fix the town's General Store which burned down. The hamlet of about 300 people , located withi...

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  • Senate GOP health care bill vote: The whip count
Senate GOP health care bill vote: The whip count

At least five GOP senators - conservatives and moderates - have said they would vote against even beginning debate, and the bill would be derailed if just three of the 52 Republican senators voted against it. "He is very, very good at getting things through the Senate even with this razor-thin majority". An additional rewrite is expected shortly be...

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  • European Union slaps Google with record $2.7 billion fine
European Union slaps Google with record $2.7 billion fine

Brussels accuses Google of giving its own online service, Google Shopping, too much priority in search results to the detriment of other price comparison services, such as TripAdvisor and Expedia. She also noted that regulators are making "good progress" in its other Google probes into Android and search advertising, and that the "preliminar...

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  • Panamagate probe team summons Sharif's daughter
Panamagate probe team summons Sharif's daughter

The six-member JIT is due to present its report before the apex court on July 10. The JIT has also summoned the Prime Minister's elder son Hussain Nawaz on 4th and his younger son, Hasan Nawaz on 3rd of the next month. Hussain has appeared five times before the high-profile probe team whereas Hasan has been summoned twice. After a lapse of few ...

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  • PM Narendra Modi arrives in Netherlands on final leg of tour
PM Narendra Modi arrives in Netherlands on final leg of tour

Modi also specially invited Trumps daughter Ivanka to lead the United States delegation to the Global Entrepreneurship Summit in India later this year. Mr. Trump joked that they were "trying to get the price up a bit" to close the deal on natural gas. Asked to choose between Trump, German Chancellor Angela Merkel, Russian President Vladimir Putin...

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  • Netherlands is India's natural partner: PM Modi
Netherlands is India's natural partner: PM Modi

President Donald Trump says the relationship between the United States and India "has never been stronger", following talks with Indian PM Narendra Modi . Trump welcomed Modi's strong support for the USA to join as an Observer in the Indian Ocean Naval Symposium. While progress is expected in defence trade and cooperation, there are fricti...

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  • Dad: Otto Warmbier's release from North Korea not connected to Rodman
Dad: Otto Warmbier's release from North Korea not connected to Rodman

He appears unable to speak, does not respond to verbal commands and appears unaware of his surroundings. Warmbier said soon after his son was captured, the Obama Administration advised them to lay low and not risk offending the North Korean government.

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  • CBO Report Complicates GOP Support for Health Care Bill
CBO Report Complicates GOP Support for Health Care Bill

And then starting in 2025, the Senate bill assumes that medical bills will grow more slowly than they have historically. "But I also think we may not know if we have the votes to pass it until we bring it up", said No. Despite a number of studies being published on how healthcare impacts the lives of the masses, many Republicans still hold th...

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  • Indian PM Modi meets his Dutch counterpart for talks
Indian PM Modi meets his Dutch counterpart for talks

Modi pulled in Trump for a bear hug on the stage as the cameras rolled in the Rose Garden. President Donald Trump and first lady Melania Trump walks with Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi at the White House in Washington . Venkaiah Naidu on Tuesday said it is "sheer jealousy and guilt" of the grand old party that it is deliberately refusing t...

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  • Officials to discuss condition of officer stabbed at Flint airport
Officials to discuss condition of officer stabbed at Flint airport

He declined to say where. "We have no information to suspect the attack was part of a wider plot or suspect he was aided or had associates", said Gelios. He was working on and off as a truck driver and last worked about two weeks ago, she said. Neville was able to subdue Ftouhi, who asked him why he did not kill him.

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  • Pentagon says Syria prepping chemical attack
Pentagon says Syria prepping chemical attack

The U.S. accusation and ominous warning marked a further escalation of tensions in a country where the U.S.is using Syrian Arab and Kurdish proxy soldiers to combat the Islamic State group in its remaining strongholds, even as Russian Federation and Iran work to support President Bashar Assad, who has gained the upper hand in a long civil war.

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  • Trump aide says Obama at fault in Russia threat
Trump aide says Obama at fault in Russia threat

Why didn't former President Barack Obama act on Central Intelligence Agency reports about the Russian government's meddling into the 2016 US presidential election? On Friday, the Washington Post reported that the Obama administration was informed that Russian President Vladimir Putin had authorized cyber attacks on the USA meant to ...

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  • Jewish Groups Disappointed by Supreme Court's Partial Allowance of Trump's Travel Ban
Jewish Groups Disappointed by Supreme Court's Partial Allowance of Trump's Travel Ban

He says "the problem for some is terrorism and support for terrorism is measured by the amount of money they spend on buying arms from the U.S". Baker said he hopes the Trump administration moves quickly to come up with a new vetting program for immigrants.

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  • Sen. Rand Paul: 'Senate leadership is not negotiating with our office'
Sen. Rand Paul: 'Senate leadership is not negotiating with our office'

According to the CBO report released on Monday afternoon, the Senate proposal would result in 22 million Americans losing their health insurance coverage by 2026. "For weeks Senate Republicans tried to tell us that their bill would be better than the House bill", he said at a press conference. "It's time for the Administration and congress...

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  • Israel starts work on first new West Bank settlement in 25 years
Israel starts work on first new West Bank settlement in 25 years

Mladenov was delivering the second report on implementation of the resolution adopted by the council in December condemning Israeli settlements as a "flagrant violation" of global law. Benjamin Netanyahu said Tuesday he has the "privilege" of building the new settlement. On the first stop on his one-day trip to Israel, US President Donald Trump's...

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  • British PM outlines 9-point plan for EU nationals post-Brexit
British PM outlines 9-point plan for EU nationals post-Brexit

European nationals living permanently in Britain would lose that status, in most cases, if they stay outside the country for more than two years. The truth is it is too little, too late . "Our courts are world-renowned - they are respected around the world", she said. Michel Barnier , the EU's chief Brexit negotiator, said on Twitter on Mon...

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  • German city evacuating high-rise found with flammable material
German city evacuating high-rise found with flammable material

The cladding in Grenfell Tower , which consisted of panels widely used to insulate buildings and improve their appearance, may have contributed to the blaze that spread rapidly on June 14, The Associated Press reported. Hoping to prevent another disaster and assuage concerns, the United Kingdom government has urged local authorities and landlords ...

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  • England thrash Pakistan by 107 runs
England thrash Pakistan by 107 runs

England , who suffered a shock defeat against India in their tournament opener, bounced back to rack up their World Cup-best 377 for seven as Sciver (137) and captain Knight (106) put on 213 for the third wicket at Grace Road. For perspective, New Zealand Women's 455 for 5 against Pakistan in January 1997 - the highest-ever total in ODIs, men's o...

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