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DC, Maryland attorneys general to file a lawsuit against President Trump

The watchdog organization Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington filed a suit against Trump over violating the Emoluments Clause in January , and the organization is working on a p...

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Met names third London bridge attacker as Italian national

He was then stopped from continuing his journey to Istanbul. Police told CBS News that they found ISIS material on his cell phone, after which he was placed on a watch list. He was not on police rad...

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U.S. forces assist Philippine troops fighting in city besieged by extremists

U.S. forces assist Philippine troops fighting in city besieged by extremists

An estimated 500 to 1,000 civilians are trapped there, some being held as human shields, while others are hiding in their homes with no access to running water, electricity or food. On Saturday, the m...

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Fears man lost in river in London attack

Fears man lost in river in London attack

About 50 others were wounded. Police investigating the terror attack at London Bridge, in which eight people died, have made another arrest. "Witness accounts suggest that it is possible that Xa...

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Iran qualifies for 2018 World Cup after beating Uzbekistan

Iran qualifies for 2018 World Cup after beating Uzbekistan

Sardar Azmoun scored in the 23rd minute and Mehdi Taremi in the 88th at Azadi Stadium in Tehran. Iran's national football team has blanked Uzbekistan with two goals to be the second country that...

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May to forge 'government of certainty' with DUP backing

In the Sunday Mirror , opposition Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn, who scored hefty gains in the election, said there was still a chance for him to be prime minister if May failed to form a government. ...

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Secret Service doesn't have Trump tapes

Secret Service doesn't have Trump tapes

The Secret Service said it does not have "audio copies or transcripts" of any recordings taken within the Trump White House, according to the Journal , which filed a freedom of information request....

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UK election: Theresa May clings on, appoints new ministers

UK election: Theresa May clings on, appoints new ministers

Speaking Friday, leader Arlene Foster said the DUP would enter into discussions with the Prime Minister to "bring stability to our nation at this time of great challenge". The Vermont senator - wh...

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Friend says Trump is considering 'terminating' Mueller

Friend says Trump is considering 'terminating' Mueller

Jeannie Rhee, a former deputy attorney general, and Aaron Zebley, Mr Mueller's chief of staff when he was Federal Bureau of Investigation director, help round out the special counsel team that has tak...

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President Trump Says He's 100% Willing to Testify Under Oath

Comey did not say that Trump asked him to give his allegiance under oath. Trump's true crime may not be obstruction of justice , but dereliction of duty. "He can not be trusted to uphold the ru...

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'King of Clay' Rafael Nadal wins record 10th title

Turned out he could, and he did, as masterful as at any time. - Nadal avenged his defeat to the Swede at Roland Garros 12 months earlier. Call it a ideal 10. " I was nervous this morning about ...

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Arab states issue Qatar 'terror list'

Arab states issue Qatar 'terror list'

In its latest Country Reports on Terrorism , the U.S. State Department said Qatar in 2015 froze assets and imposed travel bans on Ka'bi and Kawari, both of whom are Qatari citizens. A Qatari diplom...

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Jeff Sessions to face open US Senate panel

Jeff Sessions to face open US Senate panel

Sessions is also likely to be asked about Trump's choice to be the next Federal Bureau of Investigation director, Christopher Wray, and whether the president demanded a loyalty pledge from him. Sessi...

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United States refuse to sign G7 pledge on 'irreversible' Paris climate accord

United States refuse to sign G7 pledge on 'irreversible' Paris climate accord

And Trudeau joined five other G7 country leaders in Italy on May 27 in an effort to persuade Trump to remain in the agreement . The G7 environment ministers issued a final reportafter their t...

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Ukip's stand-in leader warns Theresa May: Don't water down Brexit objectives

Ukip's stand-in leader warns Theresa May: Don't water down Brexit objectives

Theresa May will form a minority government via an informal coalition with "friends and allies" in the Democratic Unionist Party (DUP), after the Conservatives lost the Commons majority in the G...

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Duchess of Cambridge visits London Bridge attack victims

The goal of Kate's visit? The Duchess of Cambridge has met victims of the London Bridge terror attack and hospital staff who were on duty that night. "It gives the patients a lift, and it gives ...

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Philippine leader, focused on war on drug users, ignored rise of Isis

But it said on Saturday they needed more time. However Abella stressed on Sunday US involvement in the fight for Marawi was very limited. "I can not stop my soldiers now - let's finish this war th...

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Russian Federation condemns latest North Korea missile launches, calls for restraint

Russian Federation condemns latest North Korea missile launches, calls for restraint

Over the weekend, North Korea staged a third missile test in three weeks. Saying the UN Security Council has "clear rules" about the use of missiles, China urged North Korea not to violate them....

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Dem Congressman Drafts Article of Impeachment Against Trump for 'Obstruction of Justice'

Dem Congressman Drafts Article of Impeachment Against Trump for 'Obstruction of Justice'

These odds come in the wake of former Federal Bureau of Investigation director James Comey's testimony to the Senate Intelligence Committee, in which he accused the President of lying. Sherman is no...

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Senators to push Sessions for details during Tuesday hearing

Senators on the Intelligence Committee will push Sessions for details Tuesday. In light of former FBI Director James Comey's testimony last week , Sessions is expected to get many questions from ...

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Secret Service says it doesn't have any Trump tapes

Secret Service says it doesn't have any Trump tapes

Trump himself sparked rampant speculation a month ago when he tweeted that Comey had better hope there aren't tapes before he goes talking to the press, a few days after the president canned the count...

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Under-20s deliver England's first football World Cup triumph since 1966

Under-20s deliver England's first football World Cup triumph since 1966

While many members of the victorious England U20 squad found game time hard to come by at club level this season, that wasn't the case with Calvert-Lewin, who made eleven Premier League appearances ...

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Attorney General Sessions to talk publicly to US Senate panel

Attorney General Sessions to talk publicly to US Senate panel

He recused himself in March from a federal investigation into contacts between Russian Federation and Donald Trump's presidential campaign after acknowledging that he had met twice previous year wit...

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Sessions says travel ban needed for security

The three judge panel acknowledged the president's ability to oversee immigration policy, but noted in their opinion that "immigration, even for the president, is not a one-person show". Today's r...

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Pakistan Army resorts to heavy shelling on LoC

The BSF said intermittent firing continued "for almost two hours". "They first initiated small arms and automatic gunfire, but later used 82 mm mortars". Pakistani authorities have repeatedly mainta...

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DUP backs deal to support Tory government

It's safe to say when UK Prime Minister Theresa May called a snap election in April, she wasn't envisioning this outcome. The SNP, on the other hand, lost 21 seats, down from a record 56 they won ...

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British author whose poll prediction went wrong eats his own 'Brexit' book

British author whose poll prediction went wrong eats his own 'Brexit' book

He predicted they would get less than 5 per cent. The Daily Mail's vicious attacks on Jeremy Corbyn made MORE people vote for Labour , not less, this caller told LBC. He had to comply. "I am ...

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With court victory, hand of Brazil president strengthened

Brazil's top electoral court has voted against a decision that could have potentially stripped Brazilian President Michel Temer off his presidency. The court voted 4-3 to acquit the Rousseff-Temer...

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Trump's environment official skipping much of G7 summit

Trump's environment official skipping much of G7 summit

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency administrator Scott Pruitt was recalled from Group of Seven climate talks in Italy . Pruitt also held one-on-one meetings with Germany , Italy, Japan ,...

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North Korea claims new cruise missile can crush US, South Korean warships

North Korea's weapons tests intend to build a nuclear and missile program that can resist what it sees as hostility from the U.S.and South Korea. The growing threat from the North - which ins...

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" "Trump calls Comey "leaks" of memos "'cowardly'"

About 46 percent of Americans said Comey is more honest and trustworthy than Trump, while 26 percent said the opposite. Comey said that by leaking the memo, he had hoped to prompt the Justice Depart...

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United Kingdom ministers push for Johnson to take over from Theresa May

Brexit Minister David Jones said he supported Mrs May but it was "impossible to say" if she would still be Prime Minister in six months' time. Labour's tally, even when added to those of potential...

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Sessions wants his testimony open to public

In addition to the Senate Intelligence Committee's investigation into Russia's role in USA politics, special counsel Robert Mueller is leading an independent inquiry into Russia's meddling and poten...

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NK on track for new missile test every 2.1 weeks: US expert

The statement from Jeffrey Lewis comes after North Korea has said that it is "not a long way off at all" from developing their own nuclear weapon that could target the U.S. From our perspective, t...

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Attorney General Sessions' Testimony To Senate Panel Will Be Public

The Sessions testimony will live stream on Tuesday from room 219 of the Hart Senate Office Building in Washington, D.C., starting 2:30 p.m. In light of former Federal Bureau of Investigation director ...

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