• Dark Tower's Production Was Plagued by Too Many Vetos
Dark Tower's Production Was Plagued by Too Many Vetos

Matthew plays the villainous role of the Man in Black. "What brought me was this opportunity to make something original, something that was definitely going to be an exercise for the imagination of any audience, whether you read the books or not".

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  • Senior director Ezra Cohen-Watnick out of National Security Council
Senior director Ezra Cohen-Watnick out of National Security Council

McMaster, has reportedly concluded that his predecessor, Susan Rice , did nothing wrong when she tried to learn the identities of officials on Trump's transition team who were mentioned in U.S. Harvey and Cohen-Watnick were known in the White House for their hawkish views on Iran and were regular allies in White House debates on counterterrorism...

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  • Tennessee bride 'put gun to groom's head and pulled trigger'
Tennessee bride 'put gun to groom's head and pulled trigger'

Fortunately for everyone, the gun was unloaded - although reports don't specify whether she was aware of this fact before she pulled the trigger. "The police told the groom that the honeymoon was over and that his wife was in jail", a police spokesman said .

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  • U.S. to North Korea: Let's talk
U.S. to North Korea: Let's talk

He said "Japan has put in some ideas", the USA and China "are seriously looking into this, (and) I hope that we can get it done in days". "I am very disappointed in China", Trump tweeted . Despite North Korea's recent missile tests - clear UNSC violations - it remains unclear whether China will support additional sanctions against North Korea or...

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  • Four Arab States ready for dialogue with Qatar
Four Arab States ready for dialogue with Qatar

Qataris may enter Saudi Arabia through only two airports; and those living outside of Qatar must first return to Doha before entering Saudi territory, the committee said. Qatar has filed a complaint with the World Trade Organization against three of the four Arab countries that are isolating it, opening up a possible new path for negotiations...

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  • India denies China's claim of troop pullout in Doklam
India denies China's claim of troop pullout in Doklam

Addressing on the occasion, Chinese Foreign Ministry's Spokesperson Geng Shuang said Beijing is committed not only to defend its territorial sovereignty but also to safeguard the basic principles of worldwide law. China in a statement on Wednesday claimed there were around 400 Indian troops in the area "at one point", and by end of July there wer...

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  • PM Abbasi meets Nawaz in Murree to decide on new cabinet
PM Abbasi meets Nawaz in Murree to decide on new cabinet

Abbasi will run the government as interim prime minister until Nawaz's brother Shehbaz is elected as member of parliament to succeed him as his eventual successor. An entirely predictable landslide victory considering the size of the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) majority in Parliament. However, the National Assembly Speaker objected to this...

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  • DOJ plans to investigate, sue over affirmative action
DOJ plans to investigate, sue over affirmative action

The project may not involve its educational opportunities section , that group normally handles work involving schools and universities. Higher education leaders are mindful that for generations, until the civil rights movement, black students were systematically denied admission to leading colleges and universities.

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  • Trump Still a Working-Class Hero, Democratic Poll Shows
Trump Still a Working-Class Hero, Democratic Poll Shows

Just 33 percent of voters approve of the job President Donald Trump is doing as commander in chief, while 61 percent disapprove, a new Quinnipiac University poll reveals. Thirty-eight percent described Trump's administration as being run "very chaotically" while an additional 22 percent said "somewhat chaotically". "The daily drip drip of misst...

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  • Christopher Wray confirmed by Senate as Federal Bureau of Investigation director
Christopher Wray confirmed by Senate as Federal Bureau of Investigation director

FBI Director nominee Christopher Wray walks on Capitol Hill in Washington , Tuesday, July 18, 2017. President Barack Obama appoints James Comey as FBI Director . -based law firm Bradley Arant Boult Cummings, previously worked as Alabama's solicitor general and as a law clerk to now-retired Supreme Court Justice David Souter.

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  • Trump signs bill imposing sanctions on Russia as punishment for election meddling
Trump signs bill imposing sanctions on Russia as punishment for election meddling

Secretary of State Rex Tillerson told reporters Tuesday that neither he, nor President Trump , "were very happy " about the way Congress put these new sanctions in place, but anticipated the bill would be signed anyway. Pete Sessions (R-TX), the chairman of the House Rules Committee. President Donald Trump was involved in crafting a state...

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  • After 64 Years of Service, Prince Philip Has Retired From Public Engagements
After 64 Years of Service, Prince Philip Has Retired From Public Engagements

While someone would soon pay for the gaffe , the day goes down in history with Prince Philip relinquishing his duties after an unprecedented 22,219 solo engagements since 1952, serving as the patron, president and member of nearly 783 organisations.

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  • Trump and senators seek to slash legal immigration
Trump and senators seek to slash legal immigration

The White House is throwing its support behind a bill developed by Republican senators Tom Cotton of Arkansas and David Perdue of Georgia that would cut legal immigration by 50 percent over 10 years by reducing the kinds of relatives immigrants can bring into the country.

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  • Tillerson Says He and Trump Not 'Happy' About Russian Sanctions
Tillerson Says He and Trump Not 'Happy' About Russian Sanctions

But its mission was expanded, along with the fresh funding, at the end of a year ago in light of Russia's election meddling and to counter messages from governments in such nations as China, Iran and North Korea. Differences between Trump, top White House aides and Tillerson and the State Department bubbled to public attention even before a well-pu...

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  • Xi Jinping warns the world against 'invasion' of China's territories
Xi Jinping warns the world against 'invasion' of China's territories

On Sunday, Xi issued another call for loyalty as he instructed his amassed 12,000 troops to 'unswervingly stick to the fundamental principle and system of the party's absolute leadership over the army, ' the official Xinhua News Agency reported .

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  • Jailbreak: Inmates used peanut butter to fool guard
Jailbreak: Inmates used peanut butter to fool guard

Earlier, the inmates used peanut butter to hide the door number that identified the outside door. Then they somehow managed to trick a guard who was watching them by camera into thinking the door with the covered numbers was actually a door to a prisoner's cell.

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  • Russia's Not Going To Like What Pence, Trump Have Planned
Russia's Not Going To Like What Pence, Trump Have Planned

Pence said the administration initially had concerns that the original bill "did not include the traditional flexibility that is afforded to the State Department or any administration in the conduct of American foreign policy". The proposal, overwhelmingly approved by the House and Senate, bars Trump from easing or waiving penalties on Russian Fede...

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  • Annual National Night Out set for Tuesday
Annual National Night Out set for Tuesday

The Lawrence Township Police Department is hosting National Night Out on August 1 between 5:30 and 8 p.m. on the grounds of the municipal building. Tuesday night in front of the Suisun City Council, Police Chief Tim Mattos invited residents to take part in the city's National Night Out events.

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  • Election Official 'Tortured And Murdered' Before Vote
Election Official 'Tortured And Murdered' Before Vote

Chris Msando , head of information, communication and technology at the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC), had been missing since late on Friday and had previously raised fears about his safety. It claimed Msando had been questioned over suspicious activity on the IEBC server. "The SMS suggests that he was conscious and fully...

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  • Kashmir's top Islamist commander Abu Dujana killed by Indian security forces
Kashmir's top Islamist commander Abu Dujana killed by Indian security forces

Dujana , sources said, had given security forces the slip on at least five earlier occasions and was listed among the top most wanted terrorists in the Valley with a bounty of Rs15 lakh. As the security forces zeroed in on the militants' hideout, the latter opened fire at them triggering the encounter, the police sources added. Director General o...

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