• Chaos Erupts On RNC Floor As #NeverTrump Makes Last Stand
Chaos Erupts On RNC Floor As #NeverTrump Makes Last Stand

Emineth and others say the party colluded with the Trump campaign to coerce delegates to rescind their signatures. Ted Cruz's speaking date at the RNC might be in question after today's failed effort by Never Trump delegates to get a floor vote on changing party rules.

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  • Ryan Phillippe's Shooter TV show delayed again amid real-life gun violence
Ryan Phillippe's Shooter TV show delayed again amid real-life gun violence

USA made the decision soon after the fatal shooting of three police officers in Baton Rogue this past weekend, with an official statement revealing that, "after further consideration, USA Network, Paramount TV and Universal Cable Productions have chose to move the premiere of Shooter to the fall".

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  • Aboriginal leader barracks Pauline Hanson
Aboriginal leader barracks Pauline Hanson

The penny drops. Hanson replies: "Are you Muslim? ". Would Pauline Hanson let a five-year-old Sam Dastyari into Australia? A man is arrested outside the ABC's headquarters in Ultimo on Monday night, in demonstrations for and against Pauline Hanson.

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  • Theresa May would press the red button
Theresa May would press the red button

Making her first appearance at the Despatch Box as Prime Minister, Theresa May told MPs the threat facing Britain from the likes of Russian Federation and North Korea - who each have the bomb - has "increased" in recent years, so renewal was a necessity.

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  • Holocaust Museum, Arlington ask visitors not to play 'Pokemon Go' while there
Holocaust Museum, Arlington ask visitors not to play 'Pokemon Go' while there

On Monday afternoon, there were plenty of people inside the museum who seemed to be distracted from its haunting exhibits as they tried to "catch "em all". The girl was hospitalized with an injured collarbone and foot, as well as cuts and bruises, said her mother, Tracy Nolan. The Auschwitz Memorial has asked Pokémon Go gamers not to play the ...

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  • PM said amenable to Abbas meeting hosted by Sissi in Cairo
PM said amenable to Abbas meeting hosted by Sissi in Cairo

Sameh Shoukry's trip was the first official visit to Israel since 2007 and reflected the strong but low-profile ties that have developed between the two countries in recent years. "There's a commonality between Israel and Kenya in that they share the same concerns about terrorism and border security that we do, but on a much bigger scale", Magal Ch...

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  • Several police officers shot in Baton Rouge
Several police officers shot in Baton Rouge

He also posted a separate video on July 8, in which he described himself as a former Christian, former member of the Nation of Islam and then repeatedly stated he was now not affiliated with any group. Zero have been successful just over simply protesting. "Attacks on police are an attack on all of us, and the rule of law that makes society pos...

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  • MPs vote to renew Trident nuclear deterrent
MPs vote to renew Trident nuclear deterrent

It didn't stop Saddam Hussein's atrocities in the 1980s or the invasion of Kuwait in 1990. "I make it clear today that I would not take a decision that kills millions of people, I do not believe the threat of mass murder is a legitimate way to go about dealing with worldwide relations", said Corbyn, who had indicated his lawmakers could vote free...

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  • Will the GST Bill see the Light of Day this Monsoon Session?
Will the GST Bill see the Light of Day this Monsoon Session?

Congress leader Jyotiraditya Scindia played down the talks between his party and the government to break the impasse over the long-pending GST bill and said they wanted the government to share with them the draft legislation. The government's unsuccessful NSG bid, floods in some states, agrarian crisis and terrorism were among the other main issues...

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  • Turkish cleric Gulen says Erdogan behind coup, willing to be extradited
Turkish cleric Gulen says Erdogan behind coup, willing to be extradited

As for speculation about Erdogan allegedly being behind the coup, he said that "this is something we'll never know". It was the biggest challenge to Erdogan's rule in his 13 years as prime minister and president. On Monday, Turkish prosecutors began questioning 27 generals and admirals. Those arrested on Saturday were reported to include Gen Erda...

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  • We'll ground oil production - New militant group
We'll ground oil production - New militant group

Chairman of Batan community, Dickson Ogugu, when contacted, confirmed the incident while appealing to the militants to halt further hostilities on oil installation in the region especially within the Batan axis. The twin explosions was said to have occurred at noon on Monday. Nigeria's youth minister Solomon Dalung said in a newspaper interview a...

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  • Potential Hillary VP takes aim at 'trash-talking' Trump
Potential Hillary VP takes aim at 'trash-talking' Trump

Clinton has a six-point advantage in North Carolina , 44 percent to 38 percent. Younger voters were a key component of Barack Obama's winning coalition in 2008, and while they generally broke in Obama's favor again in 2012, Obama lost ground among younger whites, dampening his margin among the under-30 voter set.

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  • GOP officials sidestep anti-Trump efforts amid backdrop of outcry at RNC
GOP officials sidestep anti-Trump efforts amid backdrop of outcry at RNC

The convention chairman then said there were not enough signatures to force the roll call. Speakers were likely to promise that Trump will crack down on Islamic State overseas and toughen up on crime at home if he wins the election. They include Sens. Joni Ernst of Iowa and Jeff Sessions of Alabama, actor Scott Baio and Willie Robertson, star of ...

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  • Clinton On Police Murders: 'This Madness Has To Stop'
Clinton On Police Murders: 'This Madness Has To Stop'

Clinton's remarks come among heighten tensions between police forces and many black and Latino Americans, who have been rallying in protests across the country against a spate of police killings of black men, often unarmed, during encounters.

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  • Two more suspects detained following attack in Nice
Two more suspects detained following attack in Nice

However, if french intelligence sources to be believed Bouhlel got radicalised quite quickly as reportedly he started going to mosque in April. Visitors to the Promenade des Anglais have taken to spitting on the spot and cursing as they pass by to demonstrate their disgust for Bouhlel's alleged actions.

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  • Baio, Trump supporter, to speak at GOP convention
Baio, Trump supporter, to speak at GOP convention

After the ruckus, the convention went into recess until a schedule of prime-time events and speakers, including the presumptive nominee's appearance in the hall Monday night to introduce his wife, Melania. "Manafort says people saw that and said, "'This is not an America I want'". Then, in response to a delegate's motion for a roll call vote,...

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  • On convention eve, Trump team confident of smooth path to nomination
On convention eve, Trump team confident of smooth path to nomination

True to form, Trump himself provided the first surprise of the week, announcing on Monday morning he was headed to Cleveland later in the day to introduce his wife Melania on the first night of speeches. The committee will reconvene Monday afternoon for what is usually a pro forma approval of their work the week before. Carol Hanson, an Iowa del...

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  • Drama at Republican convention after anti-Trump effort fails
Drama at Republican convention after anti-Trump effort fails

Only seven were needed. Lee told CNN's Dana Bash the protest wasn't about sour grapes. Had the anti-Trumpers had that level of support, they would nearly certainly have won in the Convention Rules Committee. He called for a revote of the motion, and again, each side screamed "Aye" and "Nay" so loudly that it was impossible to tell which had pre...

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  • New Hampshire city police use Pokemon Go to lure fugitives
New Hampshire city police use Pokemon Go to lure fugitives

In the post, police said they had found a Charizard in their booking area and invited a few select players to catch it. "Hurry before the Charizard leaves!" However, theses "lucky ones" chosen by the department all happen to fit the following criteria: wanted persons from the Manchester area.

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  • Presumptive Democratic presidential nominee to address NAACP
Presumptive Democratic presidential nominee to address NAACP

In contrast to the New York Times/CBS News poll, a Reuters/Ipsos online opinion poll released on Tuesday showed Clinton leading Trump by 13 points at a national level, with 46 percent to Trump's 33 percent support among likely voters.

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