• Pennsylvania judge one of four Supreme Court finalist
Pennsylvania judge one of four Supreme Court finalist

Trump is believed to have narrowed his shortlist down to just three or four candidates. The first two are the top contenders for the position, said NPR. And with the ailing Arizona Sen. In The Washington Post , Gonzales pushed back against the criticism of Kavanaugh's past decisions, as well as the suggestion that his time in Bush's administrati...

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  • British Police Hunt Object That May Have Poisoned Couple With Novichok
British Police Hunt Object That May Have Poisoned Couple With Novichok

So far, there is no evidence that the British couple visited any of the sites involved in the Skripal case. "Although, on the other hand, we have no information about what substance was used". Police say their operation following the poisoning of two more people with a nerve agent will take weeks and months to complete. Police have cordoned off...

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  • Zlatan: 'I'm Swedish and I believe in Sweden against England'
Zlatan: 'I'm Swedish and I believe in Sweden against England'

Eriksson admitted England's first penalty shootout win in a World Cup will give them great "confidence" but said " Sweden won't be impressed by (Harry) Kane". "Sweden will be more or less the same as Iceland in Euro 2016 - they don't have the best footballers in the world, and none of our players would play in the first team of the biggest clu...

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  • Pompeo seeks clarity in denuclearization talks with NKorea
Pompeo seeks clarity in denuclearization talks with NKorea

On his first trip to Pyongyang following what was billed by the Trump administration as a triumphant summit last month with Kim Jong Un , Secretary of State Mike Pompeo sounded fairly upbeat, saying " progress " had been made in talks to get North Korea to give up its nuclear arsenal.

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  • I won't be the president's punching bag, says Trump's personal lawyer
I won't be the president's punching bag, says Trump's personal lawyer

Petrillo and the Trump lawyer handling Cohen document review have not responded to requests for comment. Most pundits and analysts seem to assume that Cohen was making a Hail Mary pass at Trump, hoping for a presidential pardon before he is indicted and spills everything to prosecutors.

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  • Fire near Oregon-California border jumps I-5
Fire near Oregon-California border jumps I-5

The first death attributed to them was announced on Friday, when the remains of an unidentified person were found in a home burned to the ground by the Klamathon fire, which broke out Thursday near California's border with Oregon. San Diego Gas and Electric says almost 1,700 customers are without power after the fire damaged the electric system. ...

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  • Three Youtube Vloggers Die In Canada Waterfall Accident
Three Youtube Vloggers Die In Canada Waterfall Accident

According to the group's Facebook page, High on Life was started in 2012 , after Gamble, Lyakh and another friend named Parker Heuser gave up the lease on their apartment and chose to start traveling the world together. They, along with group member Justis Price Brown , were banned from U.S. federal land for five years after pleasing guilty t...

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  • US Judge Orders List Of Children Separated From Migrant Parents
US Judge Orders List Of Children Separated From Migrant Parents

Of those, about 100 are aged under five and must be reunited with their families by Tuesday. "We will comply [with the court] even if those deadlines prevent us from conducting a standard or even a truncated vetting process", Mr Azar said.

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  • Trump Contrasts North Korea Results: Obama Was ‘Very Close’ to War
Trump Contrasts North Korea Results: Obama Was ‘Very Close’ to War

At the June 12 summit, Kim committed to the "complete" denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula while Trump promised to provide security guarantees to Pyongyang. United States military intelligence noticed similar activity at the port late previous year, detecting what appeared to be construction on a new diesel-electric submarine at the Sinpo ...

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  • Trump is in Montana to campaign against Tester
Trump is in Montana to campaign against Tester

Trump said he'd give $1 million to charity if it "shows you are an Indian", adding, "I have a feeling she will say no", per CNN . He also mocked former Vice President Joe Biden, California Rep. Tester's criticism helped lead to Jackson withdrawing his nomination over allegations of misconduct at the White House medical office, angering Trump.

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  • 'Retaliation week' in USA as tariffs from Canada, Mexico, China hit
'Retaliation week' in USA as tariffs from Canada, Mexico, China hit

The first round targets Chinese industrial goods, not consumer products, in an attempt to limit the impact on US households, but companies that rely on Chinese-made machinery or components may eventually have to pass along increased costs to customers.

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  • Roberts: Judge Raymond Kethledge's 'Stock Is Rising' as Trump Narrows SCOTUS List
Roberts: Judge Raymond Kethledge's 'Stock Is Rising' as Trump Narrows SCOTUS List

Roberts said he'd rank Kavanaugh at the top right now, with Kethledge second and Barrett third. Paul's objections echo those made by outside conservative groups over Kavanaugh, who is seen as a top contender for the vacancy but who activists warn is too much of an establishment-aligned choice.

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  • Global oil markets unlikely to be main issue for Putin-Trump summit
Global oil markets unlikely to be main issue for Putin-Trump summit

In one of the actions of a few dozen members of the youth wing of the ruling party, the national coalition plan to condemn both presidents Putin for the occupation of the Crimea, trump - with the added duties imposed on the EU. The US delegation is in Russian Federation until Thursday, ahead of the summit planned in Helsinki on July 16, at a time o...

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  • 'possible' North Korea nuclear deal may not 'work out'
'possible' North Korea nuclear deal may not 'work out'

President Donald Trump ahead of last month's historic summit between Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un in Singapore, Yonhap news agency said , citing an unnamed diplomatic source. Still, days after US intelligence officials said North Korea has actually increased its production at secret nuclear facilities, Trump tried to take credit ...

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  • Kim Dotcom can be extradited to the US, New Zealand court rules
Kim Dotcom can be extradited to the US, New Zealand court rules

Mr Dotcom and his cofounders have denied the charges against them. Under the Extradition Act, Justice Minister Andrew Little can now sign an order to extradite Dotcom to the United States. Dotcom's lawyer Ira Rothken has said his client would appeal the decision in the country's highest judiciary body, the Supreme Court. He was arrested soon afte...

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  • Putin and Trump may meet without aides in Helsinki
Putin and Trump may meet without aides in Helsinki

As the upcoming Donald Trump-Vladimir Putin summit draws near, Fox News host Melissa Francis is reminding people it's essential for the president to challenge Russian Federation for their interference in American politics. "He's trying to cast doubt on the intelligence community's assessment about that". And we don't want anybody tampering with e...

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  • Most Don't Want to Get Rid of ICE
Most Don't Want to Get Rid of ICE

In cases where parents came to the border with children, that meant separating them because there aren't family detention spaces in the criminal justice system. For the fourth straight day protesters camped out outside the ICE office at 8th and Cherry streets, demanding an immediate end to the separation and jailing of migrant families at the...

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  • Russia meddled in US polls: Senate panel
Russia meddled in US polls: Senate panel

Tuesday's report flies in the face of a flurry of attacks from Trump and his allies. "In all the interviews of those who drafted and prepared the ICA (intelligence community assessment ), the committee heard consistently that analysts were under no politically motivated pressure to reach any conclusions", the committee said.

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  • Woman climbs onto Statue of Liberty
Woman climbs onto Statue of Liberty

The situation began earlier in the day as several protesters dropped a sign that read "ABOLISH I.C.E." from the top of the monument's pedestal. But Quinn added her climb was not part of the planned protest today. "At first, she wasn't friendly with us, but we took our time ", Officer Brian Glacken of the NYPD said in a press conference. The Nat...

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  • Trump Orders Flags Lowered To Honor Capital Gazette Victims
Trump Orders Flags Lowered To Honor Capital Gazette Victims

According to FOX News, Sanders would not say how the request was originally denied but said that when Trump heard that Buckley wanted to reach out directly to him he "immediately" ordered the flags lowered. "Obviously, I'm disappointed, you know?". Is there a cutoff for tragedy? "It's just as important as any other tragedy". Only the governor o...

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