• Theresa May: I am prepared to push the nuclear button
Theresa May: I am prepared to push the nuclear button

The new Prime Minister will use her first speech at the despatch box to warn that with greater nuclear threats around the world we must not abandon the ultimate insurance of Britain's nuclear fleet. MPs must decide whether to replace the ageing Vanguard submarines carrying Trident missiles, which will be obsolete by the end of the decade. Britain...

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  • Newt Gingrich's Fox News Contract Suspended
Newt Gingrich's Fox News Contract Suspended

He remained visible in his post-Congress life with work as a television commentator, political consultant and author. But he is increasingly a subject of news coverage as well. Gingrich was interviewed on Fox's 4 p.m. program, a few minutes after the suspension was announced. Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich is a potential vice president pi...

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  • Pantano takes Stage 15, Froome overall leader at Tour de France
Pantano takes Stage 15, Froome overall leader at Tour de France

The pair had both been in a 30-man breakaway that got away early in the stage, with a number of riders attacking from the group to try and get clear. Quintana, fourth overall at two minutes 59 seconds and still seen as the main threat to Froome, tried to follow another move from Bardet on the descent but again Sky were quickly on their case to en...

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  • No signs truck attacker linked to extremist network
No signs truck attacker linked to extremist network

Mr Molins said Lahouaiej-Bouhlel was "totally unknown" to security services, and investigations were continuing into whether he acted alone. French authorities arrested a man and a woman Sunday in the terror attack that killed 84 people in Nice last week, a prosecutor said.

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  • French Police Mistakenly Storm Elderly Couple's Apartment After Nice Attack
French Police Mistakenly Storm Elderly Couple's Apartment After Nice Attack

How did the attack unfold? Women comfort each other next to tributes on the Promenade des Anglais on Saturday in Nice, France . The truck drove two kilometres through the crowd, Interior Minister Bernard Cazeneuve told reporters. The probe is being handled by anti-terrorism investigators. "We'd like to send our condolences to all the famili...

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  • Baton Rouge shooter officially identified
Baton Rouge shooter officially identified

He was discharged in 2010. The Iraqi War veteran had also posted extremist videos online, but was not affiliated with a specific group. According to a report by The Associated Press , a recording of the officer's radio communications shows that the gunfight started after an officer was shot, and for two-and-a-half minutes officers were sti...

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  • Security concerns at GOP convention
Security concerns at GOP convention

She's not", Trump said. "From city hall to the courthouse to the state house to the Congress, and this November to the White House, Americans have entrusted us to govern our country". And only one of the state's three Republican members of Congress will be in Cleveland. An in-cab ad by Priorities USA features people wearing Trump T-shirts while mou...

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  • Paul Manafort: 'This Is a Donald Trump Convention'
Paul Manafort: 'This Is a Donald Trump Convention'

But it doesn't matter. This is Mr. Trump's show, and with all things Trump in this most improbable of presidential cycles, it is already the most unconventional of political conventions in modern history. But even if "Trumpism" now infuses much of the GOP platform, there's still a sense among party regulars that this may be just temporary. Desp...

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  • Natural disaster hits off coast of Florida
Natural disaster hits off coast of Florida

The quake occurred at 11:17 p.m. CDT at a depth of 4.7 miles below the Earth's surface. Officials said the quake was a magnitude 3.7 and was reported 168 kilometers east northeast of Daytona Beach shores. According to the FGS, Florida is situated on the trailing of the North American Plate. According to information available on the USGS websit...

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  • NJ man killed in grenade explosion in Israel, report says
NJ man killed in grenade explosion in Israel, report says

He spent a year volunteering with a search and rescue organization in Israel, his brother, Jeffrey Tower, told the newspaper. Another brother reportedly now is serving in a paratroopers unit. Tafish, according to The Jerusalem Post, was a reservist from the village of Beit Jann and previously served as a career military driver. Tafish and Rindelow ...

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  • Activist DeRay Mckesson, Other Protesters Won't Be Charged In Baton Rouge
Activist DeRay Mckesson, Other Protesters Won't Be Charged In Baton Rouge

The lawsuit blames law enforcement for escalating the situation. All people do indeed have the right to assemble and protest - but that right is not respected when our police declare peaceful assemblies unlawful, or arrest people on trumped-up "obstruction" charges for placing a single toe on the side of the road.

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  • Owen Smith to stand for labour leadership
Owen Smith to stand for labour leadership

There has been talk of death threats against Mr Corbyn and others, there has been a brick attack on leadership rival Angela Eagle's office, and claims of pretty terrible stuff being said at the party's National Executive Committee meeting this week.

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  • Edmund takes Britain into semis
Edmund takes Britain into semis

He played superbly until nerves kicked in when he served for the match in the third set but recovered his composure to win 6-3 6-4 7-6 (5). Jamie Murray and Dom Inglot won their doubles rubber to give Great Britain a 2-1 lead over Serbia in their Davis Cup quarter-final in Belgrade.

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  • Herbalife will pay $200M for its sketchy business model
Herbalife will pay $200M for its sketchy business model

That's when he first accused the company of being a scam that had zero value. The FTC added that numerous company's "Nutrition Club" owners spent an average of $8,500 to open an enterprise, while 57 percent of those that did reported no profit or a loss.

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  • Pokémon GO: 10 Missing Gameplay Features We Want To See
Pokémon GO: 10 Missing Gameplay Features We Want To See

According to Arstechnica , there have been at least three apps identified in Google-hosted marketplace and "Pokemon GO Ultimate" is one of them. For these conspiracy theorists, the location tracking is precisely the problem. Pokemania of the late 1990s has been revived, this time with the augmented-reality (AR) game " Pokemon Go " which rolled...

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  • Egypt Foreign Minister Meets Netanyahu in Rare Visit as Relations Warm
Egypt Foreign Minister Meets Netanyahu in Rare Visit as Relations Warm

While Israel has rejected a French initiative for a peace conference, it has been more open to Egyptian offers to host bilateral peace talks based on the Arab Peace Initiative, which would potentially see Israel recognized by Arab nations. The population of Israel, the West Bank, and the Gaza Strip is just over 12 million, with the number of Jews r...

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  • Baton Rouge Shooter Served in San Diego as a Marine
Baton Rouge Shooter Served in San Diego as a Marine

The Latest on the fatal shooting of three law enforcement officers in Baton Rouge, Louisiana . A former African-American US Marine killed three police officers in Baton Rouge, Louisiana on his birthday, in an incident similar the July 5 Dallas attacks, where another former black soldier killed five policemen.

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  • Boris Johnson appointed British foreign minister
Boris Johnson appointed British foreign minister

While foreign policy might not be a priority for many British voters, leaders around the world have voiced their concern with this appointment. Jean-Marc Ayrault gave an unusually frank interview with the popular Europe-1 radio network Thursday following the news that Johnson will hold the top diplomatic post in new British Prime Minister Theresa...

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  • Turkey must not stifle democracy, say European Union and US
Turkey must not stifle democracy, say European Union and US

All the tarmacs for choppers in Istanbul have been put under police control, and flights over the city have been restricted, CNNTurk said. The EU says there is "no excuse" for Turkey to abandon the rule of law after the failed coup, which led to thousands of arrests made in the armed forces and judiciary.

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  • Indian authorities gag media; IOK newspapers fail to hit stands
Indian authorities gag media; IOK newspapers fail to hit stands

Most people in India's portion resent the presence of Indian troops and want independence or a merger with Pakistan. Now, when things are out of their control and so many people have been killed, they don't want their actions to be reported.

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