• In latest White House exit, Donald Trump to lose counsel Don McGahn
In latest White House exit, Donald Trump to lose counsel Don McGahn

The White House is hopeful the Senate will confirm Kavanaugh's Supreme Court nomination in time for him to join the court when its new term starts October 1, with McGahn leaving shortly after the confirmation vote. McGahn has led the Trump Administration's efforts to reshape the judiciary while confronting turmoil in the West Wing surrounding the...

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  • John McCain, Senator and veteran, has died
John McCain, Senator and veteran, has died

We appreciate everything McCain has done for our country". And for that, we are all in his debt . "We are all in his debt ", said Obama, the Democrat to whom McCain lost the presidency in 2008. The world will miss John McCain . "I've made mistakes, but I hope my love for America will be weighed favorably against them", McCain's letter read.

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  • Pope apologises for 'crimes' against Irish women, babies
Pope apologises for 'crimes' against Irish women, babies

In January, almost two years after the release of Pope Francis' apostolic exhortation on marriage and family life, "Amoris Laetitia", the former nuncio was among several prelates who signed a document criticizing ministry to divorced and civilly remarried Catholics and the possibility that, under some conditions, some of those Catholics could ret...

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  • Gov. Hickenlooper orders flags lowered to half-staff to honor Sen. John McCain
Gov. Hickenlooper orders flags lowered to half-staff to honor Sen. John McCain

Trump retorted that the senator was "not a war hero" and referred to McCain's years as a prisoner of the North Vietnamese by saying: "I like people who weren't captured ". facilities but rescinded it on Monday, leaving the decision to staff at individual sites, according to an official. A private funeral is planned for Sunday afternoon at the Na...

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  • Cancellation of US-N. Korean meeting shows China spillover
Cancellation of US-N. Korean meeting shows China spillover

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un agreed in broad terms to work toward denuclearization of the Korean peninsula in a historic summit with U.S. President Donald Trump in June. "This is not an issue that can exclusively be decided by our government and is one that needs to be discussed with the North side, but we have yet to learn how the North evaluat...

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  • Australia's foreign minister resigns amid Cabinet revamp
Australia's foreign minister resigns amid Cabinet revamp

Scott Morrison, Australia's prime minister-designate and leader of the Liberal Party , speaks during a news conference in Canberra , Australia. "I can not remember a single positive policy initiative that Abbott has championed and then implemented", Mr Rudd said.

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  • Trump ally Roger Stone begs for money to fight Mueller
Trump ally Roger Stone begs for money to fight Mueller

The Cohen investigation was referred to federal prosecutors in NY by USA special counsel Robert Mueller , who is looking into Russian interference in the 2016 election and possible co-ordination between Trump's Republican campaign and Russian officials.

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  • 'Madden NFL 19' Livestream Tournament Shot Up in Jacksonville, FL
'Madden NFL 19' Livestream Tournament Shot Up in Jacksonville, FL

Johns River. Some victims transported themselves, Williams said. Nine others sustained gunshot wounds and two people were hurt fleeing the area, Sheriff Mike Williams said. "Tonight, we pray for the wounded and we pray for the families of those who were lost", Curry said. He added, "Gov. Scott and scores of leaders from around the state have ...

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  • John McCain’s former rivals pay tribute: ‘We are all in his debt’
John McCain’s former rivals pay tribute: ‘We are all in his debt’

Hollywood Life said that Melania has pushed Donald Trump to express himself in a honest way about McCain's passing and to do something honorable for the family of a man who contributed so much to this country. "He was a warrior, he was also a peacemaker and of course he fought and suffered during the Vietnam War, but then later as a senator,...

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  • Hurricane Lane: Airlines cancel flights, waive change fees
Hurricane Lane: Airlines cancel flights, waive change fees

The archipelago's Big Island was meanwhile deluged with "catastrophic flooding", the NWS said . A hurricane watch has also been issued for Kauai and Oahu. "It is supposed to weaken a little bit, but it would remain hurricane strength as it gets closer to the islands", Ballard told HuffPost. A meteorologist with the US National Weather Service on...

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  • Police Identify Madden Shooter as 24 Year Old Who Participated in Tournament
Police Identify Madden Shooter as 24 Year Old Who Participated in Tournament

Police said one suspect was dead but it was "unknown" if there was any one else involved in the shooting . The murder-suicide occurred during a Madden NFL 19 video game tournament in a restaurant at the Jacksonville Landing , a waterfront retail and entertainment complex in downtown Jacksonville.

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  • Pak Asks US To
Pak Asks US To "Immediately Correct" Statement On Imran Khan-Pompeo Call

This response comes after Pakistan's Ministry of Foreign Affairs spokesperson Dr. Mohammad Faisal rejected the statement issued by the U.S. saying there was no mention of the "terrorists operating in the country" during the telephonic conversation.

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  • Zimbabwe opposition rejects ruling and 'false' inauguration
Zimbabwe opposition rejects ruling and 'false' inauguration

Presenting the apex court's ruling, Chief Justice Luke Malaba exposed how the opposition chose to blunder when it was time to prove to the world how it has been deprived of clear victory. President Mnangagwa won and that can no longer be disputed. He said the MDC Alliance failed to make use of the constitutional provisions which allows an aggri...

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  • No indication North Korean nuclear activities stopped: IAEA
No indication North Korean nuclear activities stopped: IAEA

The calls to refrain from discussing politics are not unusual, but the latest round of reunions come at a delicate time for both countries as they conduct ongoing negotiations. Though previous reunions often included private meetings in the itinerary, this is the first time they had organized meals in such manner. No more than 100 South Koreans...

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  • Prosecutors preparing charges against Cohen
Prosecutors preparing charges against Cohen

He has not been charged with any crime. Trump confidants reasserted late Tuesday that it is the White House position that a president can not be indicted, referring to a 2000 opinion of the Justice Department's Office of Legal Counsel, which provides legal advice and guidance to executive branch agencies.

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  • Trump says about Russian Federation probe: 'I could run it if I want'
Trump says about Russian Federation probe: 'I could run it if I want'

In a morning Twitter tirade, Trump insisted White House "councel" - eventually Trump will learn how it's spelled - Don McGahn's 30 hours worth of interview time with Robert Mueller's team was done "with my approval, for purposes of transparency".

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  • Mollie Tibbetts Cause of Death Was From 'Sharp Force Injuries,' Report Says
Mollie Tibbetts Cause of Death Was From 'Sharp Force Injuries,' Report Says

The news broke Tuesday morning that authorities had located Tibbett's body , ending a search that had gone on for more than 30 days with help from hundreds of law enforcement officials and thousands of volunteers looking for her. Police confirmed that Rivera was seen on surveillance footage driving in a Chevy Malibu in the area where Tibbetts was ...

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  • Trump tweets about SA land expropriation, farm killings
Trump tweets about SA land expropriation, farm killings

Another journalist asked if they believed the South African policy appeared to be similar to the land grabs that had taken place in Zimbabwe . In March, Australia's then-home affairs minister said he was exploring giving South Africa's white farmers access to fast-track visas on humanitarian grounds amid fears over the number of farm kill...

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  • Vatican condemns reported sex abuse by Pennsylvania priests
Vatican condemns reported sex abuse by Pennsylvania priests

Numerous surveys have pointed to plummeting confidence in the Church in those countries and elsewhere. "Those acts were betrayals of trust that robbed survivors of their dignity and their faith". "He needs an effective discipline process for bishops and religious superiors who are known to have enabled abuse", she said. His trip comes as the Cath...

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  • Over 1.28 lakh Indian pilgrims reach Saudi Arabia for Haj
Over 1.28 lakh Indian pilgrims reach Saudi Arabia for Haj

Many were visibly moved to be so close to Islam's holiest site - the Kaaba , a black masonry cube in the centre of Mecca's Grand Mosque. Nearly 14,000 global and domestic flights have so far transported pilgrims with around 21,000 buses also used.

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  • White House Counsel Has Spoken to Mueller for 30 Hours
White House Counsel Has Spoken to Mueller for 30 Hours

The president, while repeatedly denying any collusion between his campaign team and Russian Federation, said that he "allowed White House Counsel Don McGahn, and all other requested members of the White House Staff, to fully cooperate with the Special Counsel".

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  • Heavy smoke remains in Yakima Valley, air quality
Heavy smoke remains in Yakima Valley, air quality "hazardous"

It's the second summer in a row when air quality has been affected in B.C.by wildfires . "The levels we measured at Hope over the weekend, from what we can tell... A planned burn was carried out on the fire's southern edge on Sunday, which officials said would help ensure that the flames would not spread any farther in that direction.

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  • Afghan president offers Taliban new provisional ceasefire
Afghan president offers Taliban new provisional ceasefire

A provincial council member in Kunduz said "a total of 300 to 400 passengers" could have been on the buses when the militants stopped them. He said his forces had not kidnapped the passengers but had taken them to a safe place near the highway to question them and will free them after the investigations are finished.

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  • India's flood-hit Kerala faces huge clean-up, fear of disease
India's flood-hit Kerala faces huge clean-up, fear of disease

The severe floods swelled rivers and triggered landslides. "The biggest challenges immediately ahead are cleaning the flood-hit houses, rehabilitation, and prevention of water-borne diseases", said Mahesh P., a village-level officer from Rayamangalam, some 45 kilometers (28 miles) from Kerala's financial capital of Kochi.

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  • Giuliani on dangers of Trump-Mueller interview: 'Truth isn't truth'
Giuliani on dangers of Trump-Mueller interview: 'Truth isn't truth'

President Donald Trump insisted Sunday that his White House counsel isn't a "RAT" like the Watergate-era White House attorney who turned on Richard Nixon, and he blasted the ongoing Russian Federation investigation as "McCarthyism". She quizzes Giuliani on several of the mysteries that have occupied us on Power Line. Trump has repeatedly de...

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  • Omarosa says President Donald Trump wants 'a race war'
Omarosa says President Donald Trump wants 'a race war'

It also referred to Manigault-Newman's job title as White House director of communications. 'There are 30 special assistants to the president right now. By Omarosa's account, the affair was one more step in a long chain of actions by Donald Jr.to try to please his father, who she says liked to berate and haze him in front of others.

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  • Pakistan rejects reports that its nationals helped Taliban attack on Afghanistan’s Ghazni
Pakistan rejects reports that its nationals helped Taliban attack on Afghanistan’s Ghazni

Thursday's attack was also claimed by the Islamic State via their Amaq propaganda service. The attack on the training facility was the latest incident in a blood-soaked week that saw terrorists deliver crippling blows to government forces across Afghanistan .

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  • Turkey Ready To Solve Disputes With U.S
Turkey Ready To Solve Disputes With U.S

Lavrov said there have been intensified attacks in Idlib by an Al-Qaeda affiliate. Following Turkey's shooting down of an intruding Russian military jet over the Turkey-Syria border in November 2015, Russia imposed a range of unilateral sanctions on Turkey, including a ban on food imports and an end to visa-free travel.

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  • Trump Plans to Revoke DOJ Official's Security Clearance
Trump Plans to Revoke DOJ Official's Security Clearance

Russian Federation denies having meddled in the 2016 election, but USA intelligence agencies uniformly say Moscow did intervene and tried to help Trump beat Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton. He condemned Trump for being "divisive" and said he felt a responsibility to speak out against the president for failing to act presidential. ...

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  • Trump revokes clearance of former Central Intelligence Agency head Brennan
Trump revokes clearance of former Central Intelligence Agency head Brennan

Revoking a former official's security clearance can hinder their ability to get a job in a related market, but does not stop them from criticizing the administration publicly. White House spokeswoman Sarah Huckabee Sanders announced the decision at a White House briefing Wednesday. "Denying someone a clearance because they criticize the preside...

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