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UK government in dark over who behind cyber attack

The attack, according to the source, allegedly came from cybercriminal group APT28, a group that is also known as Fancy Bear. Hospitals and clinical commissioning groups (CCGs) in London, Blackpool,...

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Is Rape A Pre-existing Condition? Not Exactly

Is Rape A Pre-existing Condition? Not Exactly

MacArthur, a former insurance executive, seemed thrown off base as he fielded question after question from disgruntled constituents about the GOP health care bill. "That investigation is now continu...

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Judge finds probable cause to charge Amtrak engineer in fatal derailment

On Wednesday, the family of 39-year-old Rachel Jacobs , who was killed in the crash, filled out a private citizen criminal complaint, which the DA's office again declined. However, the NTSB concluded...

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Judge orders prosecutors to charge Amtrak engineer in crash

Earlier this week, Philadelphia District Attorney Seth Williams announced that he would not press charges against Bostian because there was no evidence of criminal intent or responsibility. Howeve...

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GOP senator says Senate will take 'new, fresh approach' to health care

GOP senator says Senate will take 'new, fresh approach' to health care

A lot of the drama is likely to play out behind closed doors. President Donald Trump walks from Marine One across the South Lawn to the White House in Washington, Sunday, May 7, 2017, as he return...

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Carmaker Nissan says UK plant hit by cyber attack

All told, several cybersecurity firms said they had identified the malicious software responsible for tens of thousands of attacks in more than 60 countries, including the United States, though its ef...

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Trump declares James Comey 'should have never exonerated' Hillary Clinton

Mrs Clinton's supporters cried foul when it emerged that the Trump election team was also under investigation by the FBI , but Mr Comey never divulged that until a long time after the election. The...

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Republicans fail to repeal methane regulations for drilling on public lands

As part of the Interior Department's reform agenda and in furtherance of the Obama Administration's Climate Action Plan, the a final rule was meant to reduce the release of natural gas into the atmosp...

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Despite closing sale, Saginaw's Gander Mountain may survive

Despite closing sale, Saginaw's Gander Mountain may survive

However, some stores that Lemonis had previously said would remain in business are now off the list. The new owner of the Gander Mountain franchise is continuing to take to Twitter posting updates a...

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Federal Bureau of Investigation boss James Comey defends pre-election Clinton email announcement

Anthony Weiner, D-N.Y., who separated previous year from top Clinton aide Huma Abedin. Clinton said on Tuesday her election bid was derailed in part by Comey's announcement about the renewed probe o...

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Senate at bat in dealing with health care law

Senate at bat in dealing with health care law

Such a scenario would then force the House and Senate to work together to forge a compromise bill that both houses can support. Collins expressed some concerns about the House bill. In his remarks, ...

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Sean Spicer Rebuts Report that Trump Asked Comey to Pledge His Loyalty

Trump's tweet on the China deal followed the administration's Thursday-evening announcement saying it had agreed with Beijing on improving the China-market access of US beef producers, electronic-paym...

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Amtrak Engineer Charged With Manslaughter for 2015 Crash

He also is charged with eight counts on involuntary manslaughter, a first-degree misdemeanor, and "numerous" charges of reckless endangerment, a second-degree misdemeanor, Pennsylvania Attorney Gener...

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School: Boy, 8, who killed himself never said he was bullied

School: Boy, 8, who killed himself never said he was bullied

The edited video supplied by Cincinnati Public Schools ends before an adult finds Taye. According to attorneys for Gabriel's mother, Cornelia Reynolds , she didn't learn of the bullying until the...

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Clapper says he wasn't aware of FBI Russia probe

Clapper says he wasn't aware of FBI Russia probe

Monday was a big day in Washington as the nation tuned in to watch the much-anticipated Senate hearing with former acting Attorney General Sally Yates and former Director of National Intelligence ...

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Voter Fraud Hucksters: Foes Of Trump Panel 'Trying To Cover Up Crimes'

He has been advising Trump, who right after his election claimed that he lost the popular vote because millions of undocumented immigrants voted illegally. On the campaign trail a year ago, Trump alle...

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Judge Orders Charges Brought Against Amtrak Engineer, Reversing Prosecutors' Decision

Bostian, 34, was engineering the New York-bound Amtrak Train No. 188 on May 12, 2015 when he accelerated while approaching a curve at Frankford Junction in the Port Richmond neighborhood. "We can not ...

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Donald Trump Says James Comey 'Should Have Never Exonerated' Hillary Clinton

Maybe the best thing to do would be to cancel all future "press briefings" and hand out written responses for the sake of accuracy???" he said in another tweet. "In one case I called him, and in once ...

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Indian-origin doctor warned against UK health service cyber-hack

Telecommunications giant Telefonica was among the targets in Spain, though it said the attack was limited to some computers on an internal network and had not affected clients or services. NHS Digital...

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Price defends cutting almost $1 trillion from Medicaid

Price defends cutting almost $1 trillion from Medicaid

The group says it will emphasize the lawmakers' support for a House bill that's estimated to reduce coverage for 24 million people over 10 years and let insurance companies charge more for older peopl...

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Donald Trump refers to 'tapes' that may exist of James Comey conversations

The White House also changed its narrative about whether the president had chose to fire Mr Comey based on the recommendations by Mr Rosenstein and Attorney General Jeff Sessions. Not even Vice Presid...

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Sessions ends Obama-era leniency on sentencing

Sessions ends Obama-era leniency on sentencing

The American Civil Liberties Union said Sessions was asking prosecutors to return to policies that "have already cost us too much". On Friday, Sessions rescinded two key Holder memos - one telling...

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Arkansas man jailed in deaths of 3 people, including deputy

Kevin Mainhart was said to be a respected member not only with the sheriff's department but the entire community. She said her brother told her he had killed McHam's mother and daughter and he was...

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Trump threatens to cancel press briefings, warns Comey over leaks

After again insisting that the Trump-Russia story was just another Democratic Party fabrication and that his surrogates couldn't possibly speak with "perfect accuracy" because he's such an active pr...

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Amtrak Engineer Charged In Deadly 2015 Philadelphia Train Crash

Municipal Court Judge Marsha Neifield asked Thursday that prosecutors charge Bostian with involuntary manslaughter and reckless endangerment after the family of one of the victims in the deadly wr...

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Acting FBI head undercuts White House claims on Comey, probe

That memo-which Rosenstein submitted to his boss, Attorney General Jeff Sessions, and which pointedly stopped short of calling for Comey to be fired-was then publicly described by multiple White Hou...

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GOP wants to control women's health -- Dianne Haskins

GOP wants to control women's health -- Dianne Haskins

Though the AHCA also takes a strong stance on abortion, it is important to remember that the vast majority of what Planned Parenthood does is in no way related to abortion. Johnson says that there are...

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Only 21 Percent of American Voters Approve of American Health Care Act

The House Republicans' promise was to offer health care that would lower premiums and deductibles and cover pre-existing conditions . "I'd say yes, we're looking at it", Cornyn replied. The issue...

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Texas officer faces murder charge in teen's death

Texas officer faces murder charge in teen's death

But that only resulted in a minor suspension which amounted to peanuts in comparison with the consequences of letting officer Oliver slip through the proverbial cracks of the justice system. About 200...

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Nadal sets up Djokovic semi-final — Madrid Open

Nadal sets up Djokovic semi-final — Madrid Open

With so many big tournaments looming on the horizon - the French Open in just over two weeks, Wimbledon in just over seven weeks - Murray is running out of time to find an answer to his problems. Nada...

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Suspect in Chandra Levy's Murder is Deported to El Salvador

Suspect in Chandra Levy's Murder is Deported to El Salvador

Photo taken at the Modesto Centre Plaza in Modesto, Calif., during a memorial service for Chandra Levy in May 2002. On Friday, Immigration and Customs Enforcement "removed" Ingmar Guandique from the...

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Senate vote could decide if road-funding bill becomes law

Senate vote could decide if road-funding bill becomes law

House Speaker Jay Lucas said the GOP governor, seeking his first full term in 2018, chose to put the advice of campaign consultants above South Carolinians. Late Tuesday, McMaster vetoed the road fix ...

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Mexico could stage football preliminary matches if Los Angeles awarded 2024 Olympics

Paris and Los Angeles were left as the last two cities in the race after Rome , Budapest and Hamburg pulled out amid widespread public opposition to the multibillion-dollar cost of staging the ...

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President Trump slams media after Yates, Clapper testimony on Russian Federation

President Trump slams media after Yates, Clapper testimony on Russian Federation

The White House Counsel informed the President immediately. It's astounding that if Trump had all these signals flashing about Flynn, he appointed him to one of the most sensitive spots in the US go...

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Police chief killed, another three dead in OH shooting

Police werent immediately able to identify the gunman and were trying to determine what, if any, relationship he had with the nursing home, Thorp said. Check back with the Inquisitr for more details...

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