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US Earns a Righteous Point in Mexico

He buzzed around the midfield, switching on and off with Kellyn Acosta and taking turns stepping to the ball and dropping back into the hole. The Americans look to build off their 2-0 win against T...

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Trump welcomes NCAA champion football team to White House

Trump welcomes NCAA champion football team to White House

Redshirt junior defensive end? After introducing Clemson's "El Presidente" Jim Clements ("another victor, I tell ya that"), Trump turned to his notes looking for another two seconds to fill time, and ...

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USA left as "footnote" in G7 climate talks

As a outcome, Washington formally refused to back multilateral development banks - bodies created to finance poorer nations and help them reduce their pollution emissions. While acknowledging that Tru...

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Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny detained ahead of protests

More than 100 rallies were held across Russian Federation. Almost 200 rallies were planned for towns and cities to mark the Russia Day public holiday. On the Field of Mars, after a polite warning ...

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UK PM May seen fighting for survival after election failure

UK PM May seen fighting for survival after election failure

The Labour leader vowed to fight his Tory rival's attempt to run a minority government in an interview with the Sunday Mirror . The 10 DUP MPs could prove crucial in supporting the Conservati...

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Gilman grad wins Tony Award for lighting design of 'The Great Comet'

Outside the world of song and dance, Lincoln Center Theater's Oslo won the award for best play , and ensemble member Michael Aronov was named best featured actor. " Hello Dolly " won the award for ...

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Bradley's stunning early goal helps USA to 1-1 tie at Mexico

Everyone inside Estadio Azteca seemed shocked, but Bradley said it was all part of the calculation. The U.S. would have Mexican hearts in mouths just a few minutes later, however, and again it was...

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Weakened Theresa May Tries to Unite Conservatives After Disastrous Election

Weakened Theresa May Tries to Unite Conservatives After Disastrous Election

The latest leadership speculation comes a day after two of May's closest advisers, her joint chiefs-of-staff Fiona Hill and Nick Timothy, resigned amid recriminations about their controlling managemen...

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Finnish government coalition to kick out populist party

Finnish government coalition to kick out populist party

Sipila earlier on Monday announced that he wanted to eject the co-ruling nationalist Finns Party from his centre-right coalition days after it chose a new anti-immigration leader. In case of a break-u...

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Iran arrests seven for supporting Tehran attacks

Iran arrests seven for supporting Tehran attacks

Iran's Intelligence Ministry has confirmed that five of the men involved in terror attacks in Iran had fought for the Islamic State group. Iran's intelligence minister Mahmoud Alavi said on S...

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Philippine flag raised on Independence Day in war-torn city

That changed in the last few days as USA officials acknowledged that they were helping the Philippine military with undisclosed technical assistance . About 40 foreigners have fought alongside the ...

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Trump accuses Comey of cowardice over 'leaks'

Trump Jr. argued Saturday that Comey was being disingenuous in his description of the meeting. "There's no ambiguity in it", Trump Jr. told Fox News" Jeanine Pirro. He also branded the president a l...

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Cuba to Trump: We are ready to deal

Marco Rubio, R-Florida. Rubio has pressed Trump to roll back Obama's Cuba policies. According to a statement from Engage Cuba, the poll finds that a move to tighten restrictions on travel and trade wi...

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Iran minister rejects Trump's condolences for attacks as

Iran minister rejects Trump's condolences for attacks as "repugnant"

The jihadist group had claimed responsibility for the attacks shortly after they occurred on Wednesday. Authorities said the death count had risen to 17 and scores were wounded. Security camera foo...

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President Trump Calls James Comey 'Cowardly' in Early Morning Tweet

Trump said in a tweet last month after Comey was sacked. "When he tells you to do something, guess what?" Sen. Jack Reed of Rhode Island is an ex officio member of the Senate Intelligence committe...

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'Qatar must do more to combat extremism,' says Tillerson

'Qatar must do more to combat extremism,' says Tillerson

At a joint news conference with his Romanian counterpart, Trump described his recent visit to Riyadh, where "nations came together and spoke to me about confronting Qatar over its behavior". "We be...

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Gove Replaces Leadsom As Secretary Of State For Environment

Much of the UK's environment safeguards come from Brussels, and, with Brexit negotiations set to start imminently, Gove's inclination to burn what he calls "EU red tape" is particularly concerning. Sp...

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Puerto Rico again votes for statehood, but needs Congress to act

Sixty-one percent who answered a second question said they favored statehood, but almost half a million voters left that question blank, leading many to claim the results were not legitimate. In the l...

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John Oliver Introduces the Solution to Britain's Brexit Woes: Lord Buckethead

John Oliver looked back at last week's testimony from fired FBI Director James Comey and the unbelievable reactions from Donald Trump and Paul Ryan. "Broadly speaking", Oliver said, "the question i...

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May Struggles to Hang On as Election Plunges Britain Into Political Chaos

May Struggles to Hang On as Election Plunges Britain Into Political Chaos

Instead, the party with the largest number of seats in this case, it looks like the Conservatives will attempt to form a coalition government with one of the smaller parties.The British parliamentar...

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Spalding murders: Teenagers who 'brutally executed' mother and daughter named

Spalding murders: Teenagers who 'brutally executed' mother and daughter named

After the April 2016 murders, the killer couple took a bath to wash off the blood, watched Twilight movies and then had sex. "The sheer brutality and utter contempt for her mother and her sister ooz...

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Tulsa Gas is the Cheapest in the Nation

Tulsa Gas is the Cheapest in the Nation

Gasoline prices in Rhode Island dropped three cents this week, according to a survey Monday conducted through AAA Northeast, and prices are now down by eight cents over the past two months. That's f...

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Queen's Speech set to be delayed as Theresa May continues DUP talks

Queen's Speech set to be delayed as Theresa May continues DUP talks

The pageantry-filled ceremony, officially the State Opening of Parliament but more commonly known as the Queen's Speech, is an outline of the government's policy proposal read by Queen Elizabeth II...

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Labour is ready for another election, Jeremy Corbyn says

Labour is ready for another election, Jeremy Corbyn says

Eight seats shy of a majority, the Conservative Party is now in negotiations with the Northern Irish Democratic Unionist Party , who won 10 seats in Parliament, on a " confidence and supply " deal ...

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UK's May Announces She Will Form Government Day After Losing Parliamentary Majority

UK's May Announces She Will Form Government Day After Losing Parliamentary Majority

Theresa May is to ask the Queen for permission to form a government in the wake of the disastrous snap election which has robbed Conservatives of their overall majority in the House of Commons . Do...

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Jeremy Corbyn keeps his eyes on Downing Street

Jeremy Corbyn keeps his eyes on Downing Street

The early election was meant to strengthen the British Conservative Party's hand in the lead-up to Brexit negotiations, but it has backfired spectacularly. Prime Minister Theresa May and her Con...

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Brazil's president denies spying on judge investigating him

Brazil's president denies spying on judge investigating him

That spared recession-ravaged Brazil being plunged into its second leadership crisis in 14 months, following the impeachment of leftist president Dilma Rousseff previous year and her replacement by ...

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Russia protests: Kremlin critic Navalny among hundreds detained

Russia protests: Kremlin critic Navalny among hundreds detained

President Vladimir Putin vowed to punish people who broke the law after an estimated 60,000 people protested in March at anti-corruption rallies organised by Navalny that were mostly unsanctioned in...

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Russia protests: Kremlin critic Navalny among hundreds detained

Russia protests: Kremlin critic Navalny among hundreds detained

President Vladimir Putin vowed to punish people who broke the law after an estimated 60,000 people protested in March at anti-corruption rallies organised by Navalny that were mostly unsanctioned in...

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Boris Johnson denies plot to topple tottering Theresa May

The result is being billed as one of the biggest political upsets in the country's history, with the Labour Party of far-left Jeremy Corbyn defying expectations and projected to win 261 seats in...

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US attorney general to face questions on Comey firing, Russia

Trump was again taking aim at Comey, labeling him "cowardly" for leaking material to the press after he was booted from the FBI. President Donald Trump was hoping to change the subject away from h...

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UK PM May said wants broader consensus on Brexit plan -lawmaker

UK PM May said wants broader consensus on Brexit plan -lawmaker

While her party supported Brexit , Northern Ireland voted to remain in the European Union and many residents have voiced concern about the return of border checkpoints which were removed over a dec...

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UK leader May strikes tentative deal with Northern Ireland party

UK leader May strikes tentative deal with Northern Ireland party

And the relationship between the Conservatives and its minority government partner, the Democratic Unionist Party , also remains unclear. Theresa May spoke of the two parties' strong relationship...

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Britain votes: What next for the UK?

Britain votes: What next for the UK?

May now risks more opposition to her Brexit plans from inside and outside her party, though a party source said leading the Conservatives was seen as too much of a poisoned chalice for her to face an ...

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Downing Street: May, Democratic Unionist Party Have Not Reached Deal

Downing Street: May, Democratic Unionist Party Have Not Reached Deal

With just 10 members of Parliament, the DUP doesn't wield much power on its own - but those seats, if they vote with May's party, have the power to push the Conservatives over the threshold to a f...

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