• Sanders expected to endorse Clinton next week
Sanders expected to endorse Clinton next week

Elizabeth Warren stepped in to unify the party behind its presumptive nominee. Sanders defeated Clinton by 22 points in the New Hampshire primary earlier this year. The survey, released by Reuters/Ipsos, has Clinton leading by 9 points with Johnson and Green Party candidate Jill Stein included in the results. "He ran a remarkable campaign; he d...

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  • Paul school worker shot by police officer
Paul school worker shot by police officer

The U.S. Department of Justice announced that it would monitor the investigation by the Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension. The Minnesota shooting's aftermath was broadcast on Facebook Live. Police had taken three people into custody after the ambush shooting on Thursday night that police described as carefully planned and executed. A day ea...

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  • Nigel Farage QUITS as Ukip leader, declaring: 'I've done my bit'
Nigel Farage QUITS as Ukip leader, declaring: 'I've done my bit'

David Cameron , Boris Johnson, and Nigel Farage - three United Kingdom politicians that allowed or encouraged this vote to happen who won't stick around to handle any of the consequences. She says "we must give them certainty". Cameron left the decision on when to trigger Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty - the formal process for beginning exit neg...

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  • Wendy's says hack affected more than 1000 restaurants
Wendy's says hack affected more than 1000 restaurants

Many franchisors contract with third-party service providers for point-of-sale system support, while Wendy's provides that support internally for its company-owned locations , Bertini says. "We will continue to work diligently with our investigative team to apply what we have learned from these incidents and further strengthen our data security ...

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  • India Hits Wall at NSG: Members Deadlocked Over Non-NPT Status
India Hits Wall at NSG: Members Deadlocked Over Non-NPT Status

Earlier this month, the Editorial Board of America's most influential newspaper, the New York Times, had also strongly opposed Obama's support to India, saying New Delhi did not deserve to become NSG member. We are building 38 reactors within the country. China is leading opposition to a push by the United States to bring India into the NSG whi...

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  • Dallas officers slain, suspect identified
Dallas officers slain, suspect identified

Multiple law enforcement officials tell ABC News the deceased sniper has been identified as Michael Xavier Johnson, 25. A suspect , who was killed after a long standoff with police in a multi-storey vehicle park, is said to have told police he was working alone.

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  • Philandro Castile investigation top priority
Philandro Castile investigation top priority

Mark Dayton has asked the White House for a federal investigation", he added, "and we believe that either the Minnesota State Patrol, or an agency of equal stature from another state could also be invited to investigate". Just yesterday, Obama also condemned the fatal shootings of Sterling and Castile by cops. The labor union that represents th...

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  • Dan Patrick: Black Lives Matter Responsible for Dallas Police Ambush
Dan Patrick: Black Lives Matter Responsible for Dallas Police Ambush

The protest was scheduled in downtown Dallas after the recent shootings of Alton Sterling was killed by an officer in Baton Rouge and Philando Castile was killed in Falcon Heights, Minn. "Officers were out in force, wearing helmets, shields and holding assault weapons". "This was an anti-police event, so it makes no sense that these officers di...

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  • Trump Meets With Republican Lawmakers On Capitol Hill
Trump Meets With Republican Lawmakers On Capitol Hill

He talked of repealing President Barack Obama's health law, reducing regulatory burdens, overhauling tax laws and getting the Supreme Court to "be one that is more reflective of the values of the country", according to Rep. "I like much of what he says, but I'm very concerned about the way he says it", Sanford explained. Such consultations would he...

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  • Micah Xavier Johnson named as Dallas police shooting suspect
Micah Xavier Johnson named as Dallas police shooting suspect

Paul, Minnesota. Young said he thought it was just another police officer until the man shot the officer at "point blank" range. That man was later killed by a "bomb robot" deployed by the police, which ended the standoff. President Obama, who is in Warsaw, Poland, called the attack "a viscous, calculated and despicable act on law enforcement". T...

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  • Hillary Clinton Postpones Scranton Campaign Rally, Will Address Dallas Shooting
Hillary Clinton Postpones Scranton Campaign Rally, Will Address Dallas Shooting

Trump deplored the Dallas attacks as "horrific", but the often bombastic speaker offered a measured statement that also noted the "senseless, tragic" recent deaths of two African American men in Minnesota and Louisiana. Their deaths prompted the protest in Dallas interrupted by the shootings that killed five police officers. The caption was ac...

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  • State Department to conduct internal probe of Clinton email case
State Department to conduct internal probe of Clinton email case

Gowdy: Secretary Clinton said I did not email any classified material to anyone on my email, there is no classified material, was that true? Director Comey told the committee he tries hard to apply the same investigative standard "whether you are rich or poor, white or black, old or young, famous or not known at all".

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  • 40 dead in ISIS attack on Iraqi Shiite shrine, officials say
40 dead in ISIS attack on Iraqi Shiite shrine, officials say

Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi dismissed three officials in charge of Baghdad's security on Friday. A statement posted on his Facebook page said he had fired the commander of military operations, security services and intelligence in the capital.

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  • Philando Castile's fiancée: Dallas shooting is 'bigger than us'
Philando Castile's fiancée: Dallas shooting is 'bigger than us'

A woman who watched as a police officer fatally shot her boyfriend during a traffic stop streamed the gruesome aftermath of the slaying live on Facebook, telling a worldwide audience that her companion had been shot "for no apparent reason" while reaching for his wallet.

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  • Sakho relishing return after doping case dropped
Sakho relishing return after doping case dropped

Sakho and his legal team, headed by Mike Morgan of Morgan Sports Law, will now consider whether that is the end of the matter or whether they can take further action given the disruption to his career and the distress caused by the allegations.

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  • Severe thunderstorm watch through Friday night in mountains, foothills
Severe thunderstorm watch through Friday night in mountains, foothills

Severe thunderstorm watches were issued for Edmonton and areas throughout the Capital Region before noon Friday. A cold front moving through the area this afternoon will bring the possibility of isolated strong to severe thunderstorms.

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  • Clinton courts Sanders with college plan
Clinton courts Sanders with college plan

The Clinton plan could be seen as a peace offering to Sanders after harsh primary-season rhetoric about the Vermont senator's college ideas, which the former secretary of state characterized as pie in the sky. The two camps have been in ongoing discussions about the role Sanders will play and about the party platform ahead of the Democratic Nat...

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  • Suspect, Georgia police officer wounded in shooting
Suspect, Georgia police officer wounded in shooting

Police in Georgia identified the officer they say was shot at by a gunman as Roswell Police Officer Brian McKenzie. Police also say the man is speaking with investigators but "his cooperation has been limited". The Associated Press is not naming him since he hasn't been formally charged. He is being interviewed at the Roswell Detention Center b...

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  • Jeronimo Yanez Identified as Minnesota Officer Who Shot Philando Castile
Jeronimo Yanez Identified as Minnesota Officer Who Shot Philando Castile

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg responded on his Facebook page, saying the images from the aftermath of the fatal police shooting of Philando Castile show that the world has a long way to go in building a "more open and connected world".

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  • Pepe remains on the sidelines but Portugal 'believe' at Euros
Pepe remains on the sidelines but Portugal 'believe' at Euros

It was the Cristiano Ronaldo vs Gareth Bale show in the Euro 2016 semi-finals. " I wished them good luck and as for the rest I would rather not say ". We are closer to doing it and I believe we will win. Maybe it didn't start off as well as we wanted it to but this is not a 100 metres dash, this is a marathon.

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