• Trump Responds To Nice Attack: 'This Is War'
Trump Responds To Nice Attack: 'This Is War'

Trump was interviewed on Fox News Channel's " On the Record with Greta Van Susteren" just as news was coming in on the apparent terror attack in Nice, France that killed at least 73. And what he appears to be advocating for is very different from the way the United States has engaged in military intervention for the last several decades.

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  • Day 1 at the Republican National Convention 2016
Day 1 at the Republican National Convention 2016

Wittman served in the U.S. House of Representatives with Indiana Gov. Mike Pence , Trump's running mate, and said Pence is "a great complement to Donald Trump ". Nine states had submitted signatures to force the vote, which was two more than the amount needed to force a vote. "It would have been a meaningless gesture", Manafort told CNN .

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  • China to send 416 athletes to Rio in largest overseas contingent
China to send 416 athletes to Rio in largest overseas contingent

Among them 35 are Olympic champions including 27 from the London Olympics. The official delegation accompanying QOC President also includes QOC General Secretary Dr Thani bin Abdulrahman Al Kuwari and the Presidents of the participating sports federations.

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  • Here's the Statcast breakdown of the Royals homers in the All-Star Game
Here's the Statcast breakdown of the Royals homers in the All-Star Game

Irritatingly, MLB has not deigned to post embed codes for any of the highlights of this game, so you'll have to click this link to see video of Bryant's homer. In came another one of those dominant Yankee relievers to pitch the 8th, left-hander Andrew Miller (1.37 ERA, 0.71 WHIP). With the Cubs struggles heading into the All-Star break, I think...

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  • China says expects tough challenge for medals at Rio
China says expects tough challenge for medals at Rio

At the 2012 Olympics in London, China finished second in the overall medals table after the United States. Despite reports of threats to security and worries in some quarters that Brazilian security forces might not be up to the job, US Olympic authorities recently said they were satisfied that the Games would be kept safe.

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"It's probably the best I've played and not won": Mickelson

Five-time major champion Mickelson put up an incredible fight, but fell short on 17 under on a captivating final day at the famous South Ayrshire course. Like two prize fighters in a ring, the men traded blow after stunning blow, reeling off birdie after birdie to turn the last day of golf's oldest major into a two-way procession.

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  • Diego Costa transfer request: Fresh twist amid reports Chelsea star wants out
Diego Costa transfer request: Fresh twist amid reports Chelsea star wants out

Sport goes on to claim that Costa's feisty display in Saturday's pre-season friendly - in which he tangled with an opponent and faced down the referee - is his way of "pressuring" Chelsea into letting him go by "reminding the club that he can create conflict".

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  • Liverpool turn to Newcastle's Wijnaldum in £20m deal
Liverpool turn to Newcastle's Wijnaldum in £20m deal

According to the MailOnline's Simon Jones , the Magpies' valuation of the player has warded off Tottenham Hotspur's pursuit of the 25-year-old, but the Reds have "several fringe players" they might consider putting forward to help match it.

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  • Edmund propels champions Britain into Davis Cup semi-final
Edmund propels champions Britain into Davis Cup semi-final

Murray-Inglot won their doubles match for Britain on Saturday. Great Britain's Kyle Edmund celebrates winning his singles match against Serbia's Dusan Lajovic during the Davis Cup quarterfinals at Tasmajdan Stadium, Belgrade, Serbia, Sunday.

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  • Melania Trump's speech bears striking similarities to Michelle Obama's 2008 address
Melania Trump's speech bears striking similarities to Michelle Obama's 2008 address

In pledging to help unite the nation and world, she cited Christians, Jews, Muslims, African-Americans, Hispanics Asians, and the poor. "She's a terrific person and a terrific woman", Trump said. The convention begins one day after a man killed three police officers in Baton Rouge, prompting Mr Trump to say the country was falling apart - a claim...

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  • Manchester United weighing up major move for explosive midfielder
Manchester United weighing up major move for explosive midfielder

Dani Alves set his sights on winning the UEFA Champions League with Juventus after joining the Italian title winners from Barcelona. The 26-year-old rarely showed such form during Newcastle's relegation from the Premier League last season.

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  • Froome reflects on 'strange' Tour day following Nice attack
Froome reflects on 'strange' Tour day following Nice attack

There was none of the normal pomp and splendour of the podium, a fact that the riders appreciated and seems to fit the mood of the nation, as it seems improper to celebrate at a time when so many are grieving. Froome attended the post-stage news conference with a black armband. " The organization has to take some blame, and there's a balance to b...

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  • This Is What Melania Trump Wore to the Republican National Convention
This Is What Melania Trump Wore to the Republican National Convention

All eyes were on Melania Trump. He described her presentation as "charming" but also applauded the content of her remarks. But because Donald Trump is already pretty well-known, she spent much of her speech introducing herself, from her childhood in Slovenia through her modeling career and finally her relationship with Trump .

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  • Trident: MPs vote to renew nuclear weapons programme
Trident: MPs vote to renew nuclear weapons programme

They also say the project is too expensive: the Ministry of Defence has said that replacing the four aging submarines would cost £31 billion, with a contingency of £10 billion and another £4 billion already allocated to the design process. John Woodcock, whose Barrow constituency depends on the Trident programme for thousands of jobs, said: "What L...

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  • Fighter jets patrol skies over Turkey after failed coup
Fighter jets patrol skies over Turkey after failed coup

Turkish security forces on July 18 carried out new raids against suspected plotters of the botched coup against the rule of President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, as global concern grew over the scale of the crackdown . NTV television reported that Cemil Candas, deputy mayor of Istanbul's Sisli district, was in critical condition after being shot in...

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  • Serena Williams discusses equal pay after Wimbledon semifinals win
Serena Williams discusses equal pay after Wimbledon semifinals win

If any more incentive were needed there is family honour at stake after Kerber beat older sister Venus 6-4 6-4 in the second semi-final, denying the 36-year-old a first Wimbledon final since 2009 when Serena beat her. She had been at this stage of the Wimbledon Championships before - four years ago - and she obviously was not prepared to gi...

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  • Long lines at Brazil airports with new security measures
Long lines at Brazil airports with new security measures

About 50 passengers missed their morning flights at Sao Paulo's Congonhas airport, a local airline employee told Reuters. Within a half-hour, more than 700 people were waiting on the building's first and second floors to pass through security checkpoints.

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  • Mkhitaryan aims to get better under Man United coach Mourinho
Mkhitaryan aims to get better under Man United coach Mourinho

Jones, 24, is another player that has been in and out of the Man Utd starting XI, playing just 13 times under Louis Van Gaal last season. Jose Mourinho says he will do everything he can to turn Eric Bailly into Manchester United's own version of Raphael Varane.

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  • Euro 2016: Deschamps shows his French philosopher side before final
Euro 2016: Deschamps shows his French philosopher side before final

Ronaldo became the first player to score in four European Championship finals and despite failing to fire on all four cylinders the Real Madrid star is an omnipresent danger. "It's a final, France is not going to underestimate us", said Sporting CP midfielder Joao Mario, who was an 11-year-old when his country made their last final appearance.

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  • Tour de France: Colombian Jarlinson Pantano wins 15th stage
Tour de France: Colombian Jarlinson Pantano wins 15th stage

Froome's short acceleration had no impact and the group crossed the finish line together, slightly more than three minutes behind stage victor Jarlinson Pantano. A third-place finisher at the Spanish Vuelta past year, he accelerated in the punishing 8.4-kilometer climb of the Lacets du Grand Colombier to drop Pantano.

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