• Trump piled on Brexit pressure on May, says former PM's adviser
Trump piled on Brexit pressure on May, says former PM's adviser

President Trump and British Prime Minister Theresa May pledged full cooperation on trade and other issues Friday, easing tensions following Trump's explosive interview in which he criticized her handling of "Brexit" and called into question a U.S.

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  • Actress 'threatened with bullets' by pro-Donald Trump supporter — Emma Kennedy Twitter
Actress 'threatened with bullets' by pro-Donald Trump supporter — Emma Kennedy Twitter

She listed Mr Trump's immigration policies, bans on some people entering the USA, his foreign policies, and lack of support for taking action on climate change as having affects across the globe. William, second in line to the throne, is the monarch's grandson. "She is just an incredible woman". May made clear she would not be knocked off tra...

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  • House Republicans to Question FBI Agent About Anti-Trump Texts
House Republicans to Question FBI Agent About Anti-Trump Texts

Page's lawyer said the committee issued the subpoena on Saturday, July 7, and would have been asking her about material her lawyer said she had not yet been shown. " Lisa Page is a key witness, and it is critical that she come before our committees to answer questions as part of our investigation", he said. Even several committee Republicans don...

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  • Amid Protests, Trump Meeting with Theresa May After Criticizing Her over Brexit
Amid Protests, Trump Meeting with Theresa May After Criticizing Her over Brexit

The two leaders spoke after meeting at Chequers, the prime minister's country estate. In his interview with The Sun , Trump slammed May over her "soft" Brexit plan, which has put May's standing as the head of the Conservative Party in jeopardy .

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  • Florida man with no arms charged with stabbing man with scissors
Florida man with no arms charged with stabbing man with scissors

In a weird incident, a 46-year-old homeless was arrested for stabbing a tourist with a pair of scissors using his feet. The publication has profiled Crenshaw in the past and found he has had multiple run-ins with police and other officials, including violent crime charges.

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  • World’s longest fingernails finally cut after 66 years
World’s longest fingernails finally cut after 66 years

Shridhar Chillal's extraordinarily long nails have now gone on display at the Ripley's Believe It or Not! museum in NY. Per the Guinness World Records , Chillal started growing his nails at age 14 after a teacher told him off for breaking his long nail.

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  • All migrant kids under 5 to be back with parents by Thursday
All migrant kids under 5 to be back with parents by Thursday

Sabraw is scheduled to hold a court hearing Friday morning in San Diego to decide whether the government did enough. Some parents who were already deported may choose not to have their child sent to them, in some cases because the child has other family in the US or can pursue asylum or other relief.

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  • N. Korea skips meeting on repatriating the remains of American war dead
N. Korea skips meeting on repatriating the remains of American war dead

According to media reports, the USA military sent wooden cases to which the remains of soldiers will be transferred at the border. On June 23, the U.S. One observer pointed out that Trump would have likely criticized his response to North Korea had it been the reaction of another president. A total of 7,697 personnel remain unaccounted for from t...

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  • Peter Strzok Testifies Before House Committees
Peter Strzok Testifies Before House Committees

Gohmert fired back, pointing at Strzok . Bannon had testified to the House Intelligence Committee past year, but did not answer any question not approved by the White House counsel. "I testify today with significant regret, recognizing that my texts have created confusion and caused pain for people I love", Strzok said . Goodlatte threatened to...

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  • Trump pardons western ranchers
Trump pardons western ranchers

The Hammonds were convicted in 2012 after a jury found them guilty of intentionally and maliciously setting fires on public lands. A federal judge initially sentenced the father to three months in prison and the son to one year, ruling that the five-year mandatory minimum under a provision of an expansive federal law punishing terrorism was "gros...

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  • Birmingham man living in Croatia in 'win-win situation'
Birmingham man living in Croatia in 'win-win situation'

Thousands had gathered in the country's capital Zagreb to cheer on their heroes and, after 120 agonizing minutes, they were not disappointed. But there were stunned reactions as Croatia scored the equaliser through Ivan Perisic. For England , it was another tale of footballing hope which ended with despair. England supporters celebrate the...

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  • 'Reckless': Trump escalates trade war with another $US200b in Chinese tariffs
'Reckless': Trump escalates trade war with another $US200b in Chinese tariffs

For more than a year, the Trump administration has patiently urged China to stop its unfair practices , open its market, and engage in true market competition. Among the potential ways Beijing could hit back are "qualitative measures", a threat that US businesses in China fear could mean anything from stepped-up inspections to delays in inve...

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  • Woman Harassed For Puerto Shirt While Cop Looks On
Woman Harassed For Puerto Shirt While Cop Looks On

The man continued to criticize her, even as more cops arrived, saying, "You're not American, if you were American you wouldn't wear that". The man proceeds to ask Irizarry whether she is a United States citizen and Irizarry replies that she is.

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  • Trump claims Germany is 'totally controlled' by Russian Federation
Trump claims Germany is 'totally controlled' by Russian Federation

The president's tweet about Germany came after he had what he described as a "great meeting" with German Chancellor Angela Merkel . Referring to her own past living in the now defunct East Germany, Ms Merkel added: "I personally experienced how a part of Germany was controlled by the Soviet Union".

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  • Dozens of immigrant children will be reunited with parents
Dozens of immigrant children will be reunited with parents

As the family separation process got underway, the obstacles that the government was setting up for itself became evident. In court filings, the ACLU has said the government is asking for needless provisions for reuniting families that would not happen if the families had not been separated in the first place.

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  • Boys Rescued From Thai Cave, Operations Halted For The Day
Boys Rescued From Thai Cave, Operations Halted For The Day

Health experts also say the lack of sunlight and being in a confined space for more than two weeks can take a toll on them both physically and mentally. The four boys who were rescued Sunday had to travel about 2 1/2 miles with oxygen tanks . There was no word on the condition of the fifth boy brought out earlier on Monday.

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  • Seventh Wrestler Claims Jim Jordan Knew Of Team Doctor's Sexual Abuse
Seventh Wrestler Claims Jim Jordan Knew Of Team Doctor's Sexual Abuse

Strzok has become a focus of House Republicans after special counsel Robert Mueller removed him from the Russian Federation probe over questions of anti-Trump texts. "We request that the Office of Congressional Ethics conduct a preliminary inquiry into whether Rep. Jordan is making false statements about his knowledge of whether members of the Oh...

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  • 4 more boys brought out of flooded Thai cave
4 more boys brought out of flooded Thai cave

When it was realised that the boys were in the cave system, divers began the process of trying to find them in the enormous area. "The operation is being supervised by the Thai authorities". Foreign Minister Julie Bishop told reporters in Australia that anesthetist and experienced cave diver Richard Harris is working with the Thai medical team i...

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  • Diplomatic disconnect with North Korea spells trouble for Trump
Diplomatic disconnect with North Korea spells trouble for Trump

Mr Pompeo's meeting with Japan's Minister of Foreign Affairs Taro Kono and South Korean Foreign Minister Kang Kyung-wha followed two days of talks in Pyongyang that ended yesterday. "If they are able to do this, they will be remembered, and Chairman Kim will be remembered, as a hero of the Korean people", Mr Pompeo said. "I really believe that...

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  • More than 80 people killed after massive floods hit Japan
More than 80 people killed after massive floods hit Japan

Japanese government spokesman Yoshihide Suga said the whereabouts of 92 other people were unknown, mostly in the southern area of Hiroshima prefecture. "The rescue teams are doing their utmost". The agency is also maintaining the same warning that has been issued to Gifu Prefecture. "The kids could not climb up to the rooftop", she said.

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  • Mother Teresa’s charity accused of selling babies in Jharkhand, 1 arrested
Mother Teresa’s charity accused of selling babies in Jharkhand, 1 arrested

Indwar reportedly took the child away when the couple arrived. A mother and baby home in India set up by Mother Teresa has been accused of selling babies off to married couples. The child is now in a government shelter for children. The move comes two days after the chairperson of CWC's Ranchi unit, Rupa Verma, filed a complaint against Nir...

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  • Search stepped up after Amesbury poisoning
Search stepped up after Amesbury poisoning

Paramedics were called to their home which is barely eight miles from where former Russian spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia were attacked with a nerve agent in March, which Britain holds Russia responsible for. Then a local couple with no obvious connection to Russian Federation or to espionage fell desperately ill and the government s...

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  • Massive Protests In Poland Over Judicial Law
Massive Protests In Poland Over Judicial Law

Surrounded by supporters she said her presence was not about politics but she was there to protect the rule of law. She believes that recent legislation pushed through by the ruling Law and Justice party (PiS) to force more than a third of Supreme Court judges to retire is unconstitutional.

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  • Trump insists he will be ‘prepared’ for Putin meeting
Trump insists he will be ‘prepared’ for Putin meeting

The Washington Post recently reported that the Pentagon was evaluating the cost of transferring or withdrawing the troops - the biggest contingent outside the United States. Former Defense Secretary Leon Panetta told McClatchy that European leaders are "scared to death" and are "increasingly anxious [Trump] is going to do things not based on what'...

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  • Fifty eight still missing from capsized boats off Phuket
Fifty eight still missing from capsized boats off Phuket

Thai divers scoured the wreckage of a boat with Chinese tourists that sank in a storm off the resort island of Phuket . The death toll jumped after the navy sent divers to enter the wreck of the tour boat, which capsized and sank Thursday evening when it was hit by 5-metre-high waves.

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  • Heat wave brings a scorching Fourth of July
Heat wave brings a scorching Fourth of July

We will see partly cloudy skies tomorrow with scattered showers/storms. "The combination of heat and humidity will lead to heat indices above 95-100 degrees", forecasters said . A "code orange" means air pollution concentrations within the region may become unhealthy for sensitive groups, such as children, those suffering from asthma, heart di...

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  • Tropical Storm Beryl could become hurricane on Friday
Tropical Storm Beryl could become hurricane on Friday

However, forecasters with the National Hurricane Center said another low-pressure system a few hundred miles southeast of North Carolina may develop into a tropical depression and move slowly or stall over the weekend. The depression was moving toward the north-northwest at 5 miles per hour. Officials said they will open 424 shelters across ...

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  • Zlatan Ibrahimovic Backs Sweden To Win The World Cup
Zlatan Ibrahimovic Backs Sweden To Win The World Cup

Sweden take on England on Saturday, with Croatia facing off against Russian Federation thereafter. Granqvist's wife, Sofie, gave birth to the couple's second child, although Granqvist was not there for the happy event after she had told him to stay in Russian Federation to help Sweden's World Cup prospects.

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  • Pompeo meets North Koreans, hopes to 'fill in' details on denuclearisation
Pompeo meets North Koreans, hopes to 'fill in' details on denuclearisation

Trump spoke as US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo flew to North Korea for talks following Kim's pledge to Trump at a Singapore summit last month to denuclearise. Over the past quarter-century, North Korea has frustrated or outfoxed USA administrations that have attempted to stop and reverse its weapons development through diplomacy and sanctions.

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  • Trump Narrows Supreme Court Pick, Announcement Coming MONDAY — THREE LEFT
Trump Narrows Supreme Court Pick, Announcement Coming MONDAY — THREE LEFT

The three are Judges Brett Kavanaugh , Amy Coney Barrett and Raymond Kethledge with Kavanaugh and Barrett as the top two at the moment. A Republican appointee, he has held the key vote on such high-profile issues as abortion, affirmative action, gay rights, guns, campaign finance and voting rights.

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