• Political world reacts to Pence VP choice
Political world reacts to Pence VP choice

Mike Pence. Trump's decision to postpone Friday's planned vice presidential announcement because of the deadly attack in Nice, France, causes some in complications because Pence faces a noon Friday deadline to withdraw his name as a gubernatorial candidate.

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  • Larry the Cat staying put at 10 Downing Street
Larry the Cat staying put at 10 Downing Street

Mrs May was appointed to the role following Andrea Leadsom's surprise withdrawal from the Conservative Party leadership contest, which had been triggered by David Cameron's resignation following the Brexit vote. Adopted in 2011 from the Battersea Dogs and Cats Home, Larry was brought to the Prime Minister's Office to combat a rodent problem. May,...

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  • May pledges bold new future for Britain
May pledges bold new future for Britain

Meanwhile, Opposition Leader Portia Simpson Miller said the new British prime minister assumes office "at a time of formidable challenges and opportunities for her country". "When we take the big calls we will think not of the powerful, but you, when we pass new laws we will listen not to the mighty, but to you, when it comes to taxes we will pri...

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  • Slamming Trump, Clinton to promise action on immigration
Slamming Trump, Clinton to promise action on immigration

The second-time runner for the presidency Stein said Wednesday that donations to her campaign have increased tenfold in just over 24 hours. "There is so much courage out there to stand up to the marching orders handed down by the usual suspects".

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  • Cher slams Boris Johnson in 2 angry, emoji-packed tweets
Cher slams Boris Johnson in 2 angry, emoji-packed tweets

Junior ministerial appointments will then follow as Mrs May sets about creating a government driven not by the interests of "the privileged few" but those of voters struggling with the pressures of modern life. Liberal Democrat leader Tim Farron said he could not believe Johnson will now represent Britain overseas. Kai Whittaker, an MP in Germa...

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  • Clinton gets in on Pokemon Go craze
Clinton gets in on Pokemon Go craze

In Iowa , the Gravis poll of 1,316 people shows Clinton 2 points ahead, at 42 percent with Trump at 40 percent. Clinton was joined at the lunch by some of her former colleagues as well as potential vice presidential choices, including Tim Kaine of Virginia , Elizabeth Warren of MA and Sherrod Brown of Ohio.

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  • Evan Bayh will run for US senate again
Evan Bayh will run for US senate again

Mr. Young was to face off against former IN... "I have never run away from tough decisions or tough fights." he said in a statement. In 2016, Dan Coats is retiring - whether or not he'll return to lobbying is unclear - and he soon may be replaced by Evan Bayh, who is retiring from lobbying in the hopes of reclaiming his old seat.

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  • Boris Johnson named United Kingdom foreign minister
Boris Johnson named United Kingdom foreign minister

Mr Liam Fox, a former Defence Secretary, will take charge of worldwide trade. U.S. State Department's deputy spokesman, Mark Toner, saw the light side of things. She is Britain's first female lord chancellor. Ms Justine Greening, formerly in charge of worldwide development, is now Education Secretary and Minister for Women and Equalities.

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  • Interest rates stay on hold but cut possible in August
Interest rates stay on hold but cut possible in August

Mr Carney previously warned British families to prepare their finances for a three per cent rise in the coming years. Despite expectations among many that they would be cut, the bank's monetary policy committee left rates at 0.5% when it met on Thursday.

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  • Istanbul airport bombers were Russian, Uzbek, Kyrgyz: Turkey
Istanbul airport bombers were Russian, Uzbek, Kyrgyz: Turkey

Haber Turk newspaper said 11 more suspects - all of them foreign nationals - were detained in a separate raid on a house in Istanbul early Friday. It is important to remember that those promoting hatred are in the minority, and we must not allow them to detract from the fact that Scotland is a diverse, multi-cultural and welcoming country, where ...

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  • Man City set to sign John Stones for £53m
Man City set to sign John Stones for £53m

Manchester City are working on a number of deals, including those for Argentine goalkeeper Geronimo Rulli and England defender John Stones . Stones is due to return to Everton next week and so the Manchester club will try and push through a deal before then.

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  • Number 10 cat to stay on under new PM — HAPPY AS LARRY
Number 10 cat to stay on under new PM — HAPPY AS LARRY

Cameron said he was proud of the fact that his government had introduced a new national living wage and criminalized exclusive zero-hours contracts. And, in a nod to a famous exchange he had in 2005 when he told the then prime minister Tony Blair "he was the future once", the outgoing PM said: "Nothing is really impossible if you put your mind to...

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  • Classic Nintendo Entertainment System returning to stores
Classic Nintendo Entertainment System returning to stores

The old-school gaming console is said to be identical to the original United States version released in 1985 but much smaller in size. Nintendo will have the NES Classic Edition ready for the holiday season - it'll go on sale on November 11.

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  • Boris Johnson and Philip Hammond among first Cabinet appointments
Boris Johnson and Philip Hammond among first Cabinet appointments

German Chancellor Angela Merkel has thus far refused to comment on Mr Johnson's appointment, but the German hashtag #Außenminister [foreign minister] has been trending on social media along with jokes related to the new Foreign Secretary.

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  • Arunachal verdict: Supreme Court's third legal blow to Modi government
Arunachal verdict: Supreme Court's third legal blow to Modi government

You can't say, "Sorry, we committed a mistake". Soon after, Arunachal Pradesh was placed under President's Rule in January. Tuki arrived here this evening after assuming charge of chief minister of the state at Arunachal Bhawan in New Delhi yesterday following the apex court verdict.

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  • Mega Millions jackpot estimated at $449 million
Mega Millions jackpot estimated at $449 million

The drawing marks the 34th time the jackpot has rolled over without a victor. The record Mega Millions jackpot is $656 million where three tickets shared the jackpot on March 30, 2012. The jackpot has been rolling since it was last won March 8. Since 1988, Florida Lottery games have paid more than $52.4 billion in prizes and made more than 1,900 ...

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  • Stop stoking fire in Kashmir, India warns Pakistan
Stop stoking fire in Kashmir, India warns Pakistan

India on Thursday also rejected demarche given to its High Commissioner in Islamabad by Pakistan Foreign Office on Kashmir and made it clear that talks and terror can not go hand in hand virtually ruling out dialogue at this stage. The two countries are in a diplomatic pitfall after the killing of a Kashmiri militant in India-held Kashmir (IHK) s...

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  • Syria's Assad says he doesn't know who killed Marie Colvin
Syria's Assad says he doesn't know who killed Marie Colvin

However, Toner added: "While we have reached those overarching agreements, we have not seen the practical reality on the ground yet". A large number of officials at the State Department, Pentagon and USA intelligence community are opposed to the proposed alliance, according to several American officials.

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  • Nintendo shares up 16% on Pokemon Go
Nintendo shares up 16% on Pokemon Go

Franken wasn't the only person in an uproar about Pokemon Go's full Google account access, but it didn't stop over 7.5 million people from installing it. Of course, when this was revealed many players thought they'd be making their very own Team Rocket, or some... Tap on the "Plus" button on the bottom of the screen and save the general are...

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  • All tied up ahead of conventions
All tied up ahead of conventions

Green Party presumptive nominee Jill Stein. "A month ago we were often being told 'Trump is the only one who can beat HRC", he tells Right Turn. Some Clinton supporters at the event said they believe Kaine has the knowledge, experience and temperment for the job.

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