• Britain has a new PM - what happens now?
Britain has a new PM - what happens now?

Cameron had announced he would resign by October shortly after the June 23 referendum supported a United Kingdom exit, or Brexit, from the 28-nation European Union. "Brexit means Brexit", she said yesterday. Tim Loughton, Leadsom's campaign manager, accused some Conservative Party members and journalists of making "an onslaught of often very pe...

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  • Jordan Spieth will not participate in Rio Olympics
Jordan Spieth will not participate in Rio Olympics

London is five hours later than the USA east coast, and in 2012 many events were over and the results known by the time American sports fans were settling into their recliners for the day's events. "I don't think I will". NBC will address "all related issues" surrounding the games during a special one-hour live preview on August 4, a day before t...

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  • Vinemont men arrested for arson in Colorado
Vinemont men arrested for arson in Colorado

Authorities say the fire started Saturday afternoon west of Boulder and grew quickly to more than 200 acres. Investigators say they voluntarily showed them where they had camped but they weren't able to go to the site of the campfire that is believed to have flared up because of the wildfire.

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  • New York's answer to the Zika virus: Bats
New York's answer to the Zika virus: Bats

But while there is no threat of the virus infection in the area, the SLCoHD strongly urges residents to be aware of the threats before traveling to infected areas. Only certain species of mosquitoes are known to carry Zika-two types of the Aedes species, the Aedes aegypti and Aedes albopictus . Men who have the virus also can transmit ...

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  • European Economics Preview: BoE To Release Record Of FPC Meeting
European Economics Preview: BoE To Release Record Of FPC Meeting

Some City economists predict that with consumer confidence battered and businesses nervous about spending and hiring, the Bank will want to shore up sentiment by reducing interest rates further from a record low of 0.5%. With Bank Rate swaps rate largely priced by the August, GBP reaction looks dependent on what the MPC signals about the path of p...

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  • Nintendo shares soar on unexpected Pokemon Go success
Nintendo shares soar on unexpected Pokemon Go success

The crew supposedly used the app to anticipate where they might find unsuspecting victims making pilgrimage to a PokeStop, which are tied to real-world locations, like churches and local monuments. Pokemon Go has also raised concerns about locations tracking data - every time you use the app, you're adding to Niantic's history of your movements.

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  • Trump, in response to Dallas, says he would be law-and-order president
Trump, in response to Dallas, says he would be law-and-order president

Every veteran will get the right to choose their own doctor - be it at a VA clinic or private medical center. Trump was referring to a 2014 scandal in which as many as 40 veterans died while waiting for care at a Phoenix VA hospital. He asserted last fall, in initially proposing changes at the VA, that the current state of the department was "abs...

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  • Portugal unleashes national celebrations for Euro heroes
Portugal unleashes national celebrations for Euro heroes

His fans were distraught for him. France manager Didier Deschamps was on the cusp of creating history last night (July 10) as he could have become the first person to win the Euro Cup both as a captain and a manager. But he couldn't have done it without Ronaldo. "Although I've got nothing that I can hold against my players, they gave absolutely...

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  • Schumer Says Congress Needs To Act On Emergency Zika Funding
Schumer Says Congress Needs To Act On Emergency Zika Funding

Congress has been slow to act on a Zika spending bill. A third case of travel-related Zika virus was recently reported to the Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services. However, the person had traveled to a location where the virus is spreading. The disparity in Trenton also echoes the partisan divide in Washington, when it comes to ...

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  • Chris Froome looking comfortable in yellow as Tour de France resumes
Chris Froome looking comfortable in yellow as Tour de France resumes

Those factors paid off in spades, with second-place finish on Saturday's leg to Bagnères-de-Luchon seeing him climb to fourth overall; then in Sunday's race to Andorra Arcalis , Martin improved that placing another notch still. We controlled the race even when one of the big teams (BMC) was in the (yellow) jersey. Going into the first rest day o...

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  • Health officials: third case of Zika virus found in Nebraska
Health officials: third case of Zika virus found in Nebraska

Thomas, Nicaragua and Guatemala. Other uncertainties surround the incubation period of the virus and how Zika interacts with other viruses that are transmitted by mosquitoes, such as dengue. There are a lot of other mosquito borne illnesses out there that are a lot worse than Zika such as malaria, dengue fever, and West Nile virus. The good n...

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  • Uruguay wins dispute with tobacco giant Philip Morris
Uruguay wins dispute with tobacco giant Philip Morris

In his address to the nation, President Vasquez stated, "We reaffirm our commitment to continue a direct and frontal fight against tobacco consumption to reduce more and more the heavy burden this epidemic places on our people and to continue to promote the full implementation of the Framework Convention on Tobacco Control, inviting all countries t...

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  • Officials confirm Zika-related death in Utah was a man
Officials confirm Zika-related death in Utah was a man

The Aedes types of mosquitos that can potentially transmit the Zika virus bite during the daytime. It has been seen in Africa, Southeast Asia and some Pacific islands, along with the Caribbean, Central and South America. The number of cases "just highlights how important it is to support this funding so we can find that vaccine. and fund the ...

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  • Pogba happy with France win but sad for team-mate Buffon
Pogba happy with France win but sad for team-mate Buffon

Saturday's failures, albeit in victory, prompted Match of the Day presenter Lineker - who was part of the England team beaten on penalties by West Germany in the 1990 World Cup semi-finals - to jokingly tweet: " Germany are useless at penalties these days".

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  • Syrian army extends nationwide ceasefire for 72 hours - state media
Syrian army extends nationwide ceasefire for 72 hours - state media

The passageway, known as the Castello road, has been a lifeline to about 300,000 people in the rebel-held part of the city. Residents contacted in the city said prices of fresh vegetables, bread and fuel had on average nearly doubled in the past week with no new supplies coming into Aleppo , Syria's largest city and commercial hub before the w...

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  • Japan PM says not so easy to revise constitution, wants deeper debate
Japan PM says not so easy to revise constitution, wants deeper debate

The New Zealand dollar gained against the yen on expectations Prime Minister Shinzo Abe will kick off a new round of stimulus after his conservative party swept the upper house in the weekend election . Article 9 stops Japan from going to war to settle worldwide disputes involving the state. The Asahi Shimbun newspaper quoted him as saying that ...

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  • Hello Jupiter! NASA Spacecraft Arrives at Giant Planet
Hello Jupiter! NASA Spacecraft Arrives at Giant Planet

Thirty-five minutes later, NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, Calif . - Mission Control - received confirmation: Juno's attempt to throw itself into orbit had been successful. Now that it's there, the probe's main job will be to study the planet's microwave emissions, as well as its gravity field and the magnetic field. NASA is ...

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  • Connections: Reactions To The Protests in Rochester
Connections: Reactions To The Protests in Rochester

Similar marches and rallies have been held around the country in recent days, including hundreds of people who gathered at the Ohio Statehouse Saturday. The protests erupted this week after videos surfaced showing two African-American men, Alton Sterling and Philando Castile, who were shot by police in Louisiana and Minnesota.

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  • Pain and joy for Ronaldo
Pain and joy for Ronaldo

At the end of the game, people congratulated the Portuguese, shook their hand, high-fived the Chicago 68 guy as their joy filled up the space-he was the victor of the evening, along with his preemie sidekick. "It allows us to experience wonderful times and sad times too", said France striker Antoine Griezmann, whose six goals earned him the Golde...

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  • British Cabinet member Theresa May to be next prime minister
British Cabinet member Theresa May to be next prime minister

One writer opined that Cameron had just unwittingly revealed the secret "Open Sesame" musical code for the Downing Street door. Another theorized that it was Cameron's personal "game over" videogame hook. The monarch will then invite May - as leader of a party with a majority in Parliament - to lead a new government. While May supported Britain s...

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