• Gainesville Police rejection of Trump's police comments goes viral
Gainesville Police rejection of Trump's police comments goes viral

In an appalling display, President Donald Trump gave a speech at a Long Island community college on Friday during which he encouraged the use of unauthorized and illegal police violence, asking police to be "rough" with criminal suspects, suggesting that police officers slam suspects' heads into their police vehicles when placing them under arres...

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  • Liam Fox denies Cabinet deal on free movement of labour after Brexit
Liam Fox denies Cabinet deal on free movement of labour after Brexit

Earlier in July, The Guardian newspaper reported that United Kingdom government reached a consensus and would include the free movement of people for up to three years after the country's departure from the European Union in the Brexit transition deal.

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  • Senator Blunt on Healthcare Bill Defeat
Senator Blunt on Healthcare Bill Defeat

Rep. Charlie Dent, R-Pa., was critical of Trump , saying, "He never really laid out core principles and didn't sell them to the American people". Moving beyond a reconciliation-centric strategy of health-care reform could also allow the GOP to move on to other policy areas.

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  • Russian Federation tells USA to cut diplomats or face expulsion
Russian Federation tells USA to cut diplomats or face expulsion

The House of Representatives and the Senate have voted for another round of sanctions against Russian Federation this week. The bill targeting Russia's major defense, mining, shipping and railway industries is yet to be approved by US President Donald Trump.

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  • Was Anthony Scaramucci's Wife Pregnant When She Filed for Divorce?
Was Anthony Scaramucci's Wife Pregnant When She Filed for Divorce?

Just after his controversial debut as Trump's new media man, Anthony Scaramucci's private life became very public with reports that wife Deidre Ball had filed for divorce . Scaramucci is now travelling with President Trump and didn't meet his son until four days after the delivery, according to the Post . "The Mooch" would leave Goldman ...

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  • Russian Federation boots USA diplomats in retaliation for new sanctions
Russian Federation boots USA diplomats in retaliation for new sanctions

Russian President Vladimir Putin looks on attending the military parade during the Navy Day celebration in St.Petersburg, Russia, on Sunday, July 30, 2017. Moscow has already responded, ordering a reduction in the number of U.S. diplomats in Russian Federation and closing the U.S. Embassy's recreation retreat.

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  • In response to USA sanctions, Putin expels 755 U.S. diplomats from Russian Federation
In response to USA sanctions, Putin expels 755 U.S. diplomats from Russian Federation

The law now goes to President Donald Trump who had made an improvement in ties with Russian Federation a plank of his election campaign - a position that his critics said was inexplicable. European Commission spokesman Alexander Winterstein said Friday that European officials "will be watching how this process unfolds and then, of course, we'll b...

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  • 'Trump to Suffer Personal Defeat' if Congress Overcomes His Veto of Sanctions
'Trump to Suffer Personal Defeat' if Congress Overcomes His Veto of Sanctions

The new sanctions against Russian Federation were overwhelmingly approved by Congress earlier this week, with a veto-proof majority. The White House announced Friday night that Trump reviewed the final version of Russian Federation sanctions legislation and plans to sign it.

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  • Russia's Lavrov told Tillerson Moscow ready to cooperate with US
Russia's Lavrov told Tillerson Moscow ready to cooperate with US

An official at the US Embassy in Moscow said there were about 1,100 diplomatic and support staff in Russia , including US citizens and Russians, Reuters reported last week. Congress gave bilateral approval to a new slate of sanctions on Russian Federation over its interference in the 2016 election. It also imposes financial sanctions against I...

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  • Sunny Day With Low Humidity
Sunny Day With Low Humidity

A weak front from southern Canada may bring a pop-up shower storm to Vermont, New Hampshire and ME tomorrow . High pressure dominates our weather keeping the sunshine and dry conditions around for a few days. Today will be attractive with highs in the upper 80s and low 90s. The cloud cover and rain will keep highs much cooler than average for thi...

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  • India observes Global Tiger Day on July 29
India observes Global Tiger Day on July 29

Tweeted superstar Amitabh Bachhan, "T 2500 - International Tigers Day! the population of tigers grows substantially since we started the campaign!" The conference of the heads of 13 countries, where tigers are found made a decision to observe July 29 as Tiger's Day.

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  • Russian Federation asks United States to reduce its number of diplomats over sanctions
Russian Federation asks United States to reduce its number of diplomats over sanctions

Russia's foreign ministry has ordered a reduction in the USA diplomatic presence in the country and seized a U.S. embassy dacha in retaliation for a wave of sanctions approved by Congress this week. Mr Trump denies any collusion between his campaign and Moscow. Russia President Vladimir Putin , who Trump has expressed respect for, has als...

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  • John Kelly: Irish-American becomes White House chief of staff
John Kelly: Irish-American becomes White House chief of staff

Kelly is a retired Marine Corps general and could bring military-style discipline to a White House undercut by insider quarrels. Trump is calling Kelly "a true star" of the administration. Trump also tweeted his thanks to Priebus. Priebus and Spicer, the former press secretary, had told the president that they believed Scaramucci, a hedge-fun...

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  • Mulvaney: No Other Votes Until Senate Votes Again on Healthcare
Mulvaney: No Other Votes Until Senate Votes Again on Healthcare

Starting Monday, Kelly must try to exert control over a chaotic White House, but his ability to do so will depend on how much authority he is granted and whether Trump's dueling aides will put aside their rivalries to work together. "If a new HealthCare Bill is not approved quickly, BAILOUTS for Insurance Companies and BAILOUTS for Members of Con...

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  • Russian Federation orders USA to cut diplomats in response to sanctions
Russian Federation orders USA to cut diplomats in response to sanctions

What does it mean to US-Russia relations? Relations between Russian Federation and the United States dropped to a post-Cold War low following Russia's annexation of Crimea in 2014 and its support for separatists in eastern Ukraine, where fighting since 2014 has left 10,000 people dead.

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  • Donald Trump appears to threaten members of Congress with 'BAILOUT' tweet
Donald Trump appears to threaten members of Congress with 'BAILOUT' tweet

In a series of tweet posted early Saturday, Trump urged Senate Republicans not to be "total quitters" and to push for another vote to repeal and replace Obamacare. America's Health Insurance Plans, a lobby group for the industry, has estimated that premiums would rise by about 20 percent if the CSR payments aren't made.

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  • Putin expels 755 diplomats in response to U.S. sanctions
Putin expels 755 diplomats in response to U.S. sanctions

The U.S. Ambassador to Moscow, John Tefft, has "expressed his strong disappointment and protest" over Russia's decision to cut U.S. diplomatic staff in Moscow and seize a dacha compound and warehouse used by American diplomats, a State Department official said on Friday.

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  • Kelly is Trump's
Kelly is Trump's "star" secretary, now WH chief of staff

He was hired with the goal of bringing more discipline to the White House, a senior White House official said. Priebus joins a long list of White House casualties in just the first six months, including former national security adviser Michael Flynn, communications director Mike Dubke and press secretary Sean Spicer .

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  • Witton rape: Man charged over sexual assault of teenager in Birmingham
Witton rape: Man charged over sexual assault of teenager in Birmingham

Police in Birmingham are said to be privately content that they have the right man in relation to a horrific rape attack of a 14-yr-old girl who was raped on Tuesday night. "I would once again like to thank the public and the media for their help in sharing this appeal". However, after getting in the vehicle she says she was then raped a seco...

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  • SANCTIONS: Russia retaliates, seizes 2 U.S. properties, orders Embassy to cut staff
SANCTIONS: Russia retaliates, seizes 2 U.S. properties, orders Embassy to cut staff

Those sanctions also include punishments for Iran and North Korea . John Tefft, US ambassador to Russian Federation, expressed "strong disappointment and protest" over Moscow's decision to expel the US diplomats, according to a statement from the US Embassy in Moscow.

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  • Cholera has killed 1992 people in Yemen
Cholera has killed 1992 people in Yemen

The coalition Command said that the Houthi militias impede access of medicines, especially those sent for the cholera epidemic, and food to Yemenis. International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) President Peter Maurer also visited Yemen in late July and met with community leaders and local authorities on all sides of the conflict to stress the ...

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  • Cheeto Trump Endorses Police Brutality, Cops Laugh and Cheer
Cheeto Trump Endorses Police Brutality, Cops Laugh and Cheer

Trump then advised arresting officers to not assist suspects when they're ducking their heads to get inside the back of the cop auto. Don't hit their head? "By encouraging police to dole out extra pain at will, the president is urging a kind of lawlessness that already imperils the health and lives of people of color at shameful rates".

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  • Russian Federation ousts United States diplomats in retaliation for sanctions
Russian Federation ousts United States diplomats in retaliation for sanctions

Regarding the Russian Federation sanctions in H.R. 3364, lawmakers say they want to prevent the president from acting on his own to lift penalties imposed by the previous administration for meddling in last year's US election and for aggression in Ukraine.

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  • Jail term upheld for Israeli soldier who killed wounded Palestinian
Jail term upheld for Israeli soldier who killed wounded Palestinian

Mr Netanyahu has said he would support any decision to pardon the soldier. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and two other cabinet ministers called on Sunday for Sgt. The Israeli President's Residence said in a statement: "If Elor Azaria contacts both the president and the chief of staff asking for a pardon, it is highly likely that the president...

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  • Distracted Walking: Honolulu Bans Crosswalk Pedestrians From Looking At Smartphones
Distracted Walking: Honolulu Bans Crosswalk Pedestrians From Looking At Smartphones

Soon it will be illegal to fire off a text message or look down at your phone while crossing the street in Honolulu, the largest city in Hawaii. The law covers video games, pagers and laptops, and the ubiquitous smartphones. "We hold the unfortunate distinction of being a major city with more pedestrians being hit in crosswalks, particularly our ...

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  • Southeast Asian states vow cooperation on 'growing' militant threat
Southeast Asian states vow cooperation on 'growing' militant threat

According to Indonesian police, there are 510 Indonesian supporters of Islamic State in Iraq and Syria, including 113 women. In particular, the sharing of intelligence is the essence of getting ahead of this problem . The network, run by Bahrumsyah, a young Indonesian fighter in Syria, and Malaysian former university lecturer Mahmud Ahmad, recru...

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  • No More Provision Of Blankets In The AC Compartments Of Certain Trains
No More Provision Of Blankets In The AC Compartments Of Certain Trains

CAG found that in 14 selected depots, under nine zonal railways, no blankets had been dry-cleaned in the said period. According to initial estimates, the move to do away with blankets is an economical option, considering that it takes Rs 55 to clean the bedroll while passengers are charged just Rs 22 for it.

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  • Warner hits back in bitter Australia pay row
Warner hits back in bitter Australia pay row

CA had suggested the option last Thursday , with a guarantee of rollover contracts, to ensure the tours to Bangladesh , in August, and India , in September and October, go through unaffected. Both parties agreed that their immediate priority was to reach an agreed outcome through ongoing negotiations, with Sutherland and his ACA counterpart Alis...

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  • Trump replaces Reince Priebus with Gen. John Kelly as chief of staff
Trump replaces Reince Priebus with Gen. John Kelly as chief of staff

Senate. "He has been a true star of my Administration", Trump said in subsequent tweets . He had been leading DHS' recent surge in efforts to crackdown on illegal immigration - a core campaign promise by Trump. Here's everything you need to know about Kelly. She said it had nothing to do with Scaramucci. It was the mid-size AF1 757 version. M...

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  • Taiwan braces for its first typhoon of the yr
Taiwan braces for its first typhoon of the yr

Separately yesterday, Taipei Deputy Mayor Teng Chia-chi (鄧家基) said that about 22,000 households in Taipei experienced power failures as Typhoon Nesat swept over the nation, adding that Taiwan Power Co is trying to restore power to about 2,000 households that remained without power as of yesterday morning.

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  • US Attorney General Says He's Not Quitting, Despite Trump Criticism
US Attorney General Says He's Not Quitting, Despite Trump Criticism

The message, which stretched facts, was the latest chapter in a humiliating ordeal for the nation's top law enforcement official, who has refused to resign even amid the increasingly hostile barbs being issued by his boss. Sessions was the first USA senator to endorse Trump in his presidential bid, and his support may have helped sway many opinio...

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  • President Trump names new chief of staff, ousting Reince Priebus
President Trump names new chief of staff, ousting Reince Priebus

Indeed, in the six months that Mr Trump has occupied the Oval Office, various figures have seen their fortunes rise and fall, among them advisor Steve Bannon , Jeff Sessions , and Mr Priebus himself. "I support him in that", said Priebus in an interview after the announcement. At Bedminster, Trump and Kelly discussed the general's diplomatic ex...

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  • Anifah To Attend OIC Meeting On Israeli Violation Against Al Aqsa Mosque
Anifah To Attend OIC Meeting On Israeli Violation Against Al Aqsa Mosque

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan denounced Israel and called on Muslims to "protect" Jerusalem. A Palestinian teenager posted on Facebook his intention to become a "martyr", before entering the home of a Jewish family in the West Bank and slaughtering three of its members.

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  • Reince Priebus: Trump 'wanted to go a different direction'
Reince Priebus: Trump 'wanted to go a different direction'

Army general who served under President Richard Nixon. Twelve days after Donald Trump's election victory, the president-elect asked John Kelly to meet with him at the stately Trump National Golf Club in Bedminster, New Jersey, to discuss the roles of secretaries of State and Homeland Security.

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  • Red Bull eyes independent engine supplier for future
Red Bull eyes independent engine supplier for future

Ferrari's Kimi Raikkonen , second fastest in the morning, was fourth behind fellow-Finn Valtteri Bottas after lunch. "He tried the outside at Turn 1 and all of a sudden what was a good start is a bad start. "I was especially struggling with the rear end of the auto", Bottas said. There were encouraging signs at struggling former champions...

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