• Israeli Soldier Murdered By Palestinian Terrorist
Israeli Soldier Murdered By Palestinian Terrorist

Israeli warplanes pounded the Gaza Strip on Friday after a Palestinian sniper killed an Israeli soldier along the border fence. The military wing of Hamas, the Islamist group that runs Gaza, named the three men as Shaban abu Khatar, Mohammed abu Farhana and Mahmoud Qushta, saying they were fighters.

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  • This customer grabbed a waitress's butt and got exactly what he deserved
This customer grabbed a waitress's butt and got exactly what he deserved

The incident took place on June 30. He grabs her and continues walking before the waitress spins around, grabs him by his shirt collar and slams him into the wall. "There's been a lot of positive responses to this, but then there's also been the few that are like, 'those shorts are small, ' " Holden told WTOC-TV .

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  • Rebels reportedly agree surrender deal in al-Quneitra: Syria state media
Rebels reportedly agree surrender deal in al-Quneitra: Syria state media

The artillery and aerial bombardment came only hours after thousands of displaced people who had taken shelter along the Israeli border returned to the city that the army had almost completely besieged. Israel has threatened a harsh response to any attempt by Syrian forces to deploy in the disengagement zone, complicating the government offensive...

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  • Trump holds Putin responsible for election meddling
Trump holds Putin responsible for election meddling

Other GOP senators pushed back on the idea that Russian Federation is no longer targeting the U.S. Senate intelligence committee Chairman Richard Burr, R-N.C., when asked whether there was any doubt that Russian Federation was still targeting upcoming U.S.

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  • GOP leaders still have questions about Trump's meeting with Putin
GOP leaders still have questions about Trump's meeting with Putin

Ryan also said special counsel Robert Mueller should be allowed to continue his investigation of Russian interference in the 2016 election, adding "nothing has changed". "That's what I wish he would have said initially, and I'm glad he said it now", said Sen. Mr Trump said he had reviewed the transcript and realised he needed to clarify.

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  • Putin slams Trump's United States critics
Putin slams Trump's United States critics

In his first public comment on it, Putin on Thursday declared it "successful". However, the USA president seemed unfazed by the criticism. "That is really the crown jewels of US intelligence, and the fact that it made it out publicly was concerning to me", Miller said .

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  • Seventeen dead, more missing after storm sinks 'duck boat'
Seventeen dead, more missing after storm sinks 'duck boat'

At least 17 people drowned after a tourist "duck boat" sank in southeast Missouri , authorities said Friday. Video captured from another vessel shows the Ride the Ducks amphibious boat pushing through white caps and high winds on Table Rock Lake in Branson on Thursday.

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  • Trump says 'not thrilled' about interest rate hikes
Trump says 'not thrilled' about interest rate hikes

Riley FBR Inc. The dollar held below a one-year high on Friday as the latest comments from U.S. President Donald Trump spurred investors to take profits after a recent rally, while a weakening Chinese yuan capped risk appetite. There's little evidence the Fed's tightening is constricting the second-longest USA economic expansion on record: The ...

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  • Trump expects 'big results,' including North Korea, after Putin summit
Trump expects 'big results,' including North Korea, after Putin summit

President Donald Trump said on Wednesday his meeting with Vladimir Putin would lead to "big results", in a continuing bid to calm a storm over his failure to criticize the Russian leader for Moscow's actions to undermine the 2016 US election.

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  • California's HORRIFYING Ferguson fire could become MAJOR THREAT to Yosemite National Park
California's HORRIFYING Ferguson fire could become MAJOR THREAT to Yosemite National Park

On Saturday, Braden Varney, 36, a heavy equipment operator with CalFire, died on site after a bulldozer rolled while he was battling the blaze. California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection Deputy Chief Scott McLean said Varney's body was in a precarious location in steep terrain and conditions remained too risky to allow crews to get c...

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  • President Trump: Special Counsel's Probe Driving Wedge Between US, Russia
President Trump: Special Counsel's Probe Driving Wedge Between US, Russia

Still, Trump considered the summit a bigly success, saying, "Well, I think we're doing really well with Russian Federation as of today". Trump's statements "amounted to an unprecedented refusal by a United States president to believe his own intelligence agencies over the word of a foreign adversary", CNN says.

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  • Donald Trump: New Air Force One Will Be Red, White, and Blue
Donald Trump: New Air Force One Will Be Red, White, and Blue

Boeing chief executive Dennis Muilenburg and Trump have met multiple times to discuss the Air Force One contract. "It's going to be the top of the line, the top in the world", he said. The Presidential Suite aboard the plane includes a pair of what could be described, at most, as twin-size beds, which fold out from leather sofas. "Take a guess...

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  • Bellhops CEO gives new employee vehicle after walking 20 miles to work
Bellhops CEO gives new employee vehicle after walking 20 miles to work

He spotted Carr around 3 a.m. "When I first saw him, he was actually catching his breath", said Pelham Police officer Mark Knighten. Because it was so late, Knighten pulled over to see what was going on. "How many times did he wonder if this was the best idea", Mr Lamey said. But he walked until he got here! "I am in total awe of this young man...

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  • USA intel chief stands by assessment of Russian meddling
USA intel chief stands by assessment of Russian meddling

U.S. President Donald Trump and Russia's President Vladimir Putin shake hands as they meet in Helsinki, Finland, July 16, 2018 . Russian President Vladimir Putin seemed to justify the hacking of Democrats because the information dispersed was true, after denying that Russia had interfered in the United States 2016 presidential election...

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  • 'Not too late to save Brexit': ex-foreign secretary Johnson
'Not too late to save Brexit': ex-foreign secretary Johnson

Johnson said May had deviated from a Brexit stance she set out in a speech in January 2017 for a "strong independent, self-governing Britain" with a focus on having independent trade and regulation. A bristling Mrs May insisted at "absolutely no point" had that happened because "Brexit continues to mean Brexit". "Not the democratic disaster of ...

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  • Trump and Putin meet one-on-one in Helsinki, Finland
Trump and Putin meet one-on-one in Helsinki, Finland

U.S. President Donald Trump (2nd L) and his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin (2nd R) meet in Helsinki, Finland , on July 16, 2018 . But Trump did not strongly condemn the interference efforts, which US intelligence agencies insist did occur, including hacking of Democratic emails, the subject of last week's indictment of 12 Russians ...

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  • Trump says Russian Federation no longer targeting USA, contradicting intelligence officer
Trump says Russian Federation no longer targeting USA, contradicting intelligence officer

Flake said he has spoken with Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell about the resolution but stopped short of saying that McConnell was in support of the move. "Obviously he has a very different take on what's occurring", said Rubio, who also sits on the intelligence committee. You know, I filibustered Brennan.

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  • Ahead of Trump-Putin meeting, lack of preparation leads to low expectations
Ahead of Trump-Putin meeting, lack of preparation leads to low expectations

Trump made the brief prediction Monday at a breakfast at Finland's presidential residence in Helsinki. Sunday also saw a protest march against the summit in Helsinki, Finland's capital. "I think that getting along with Russian Federation is a good thing". "Getting along with Russian Federation is a good thing, not a bad thing". The Obama adminis...

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  • Accused Russian agent traded sex for influence, prosecutors say
Accused Russian agent traded sex for influence, prosecutors say

A federal magistrate judge ordered Wednesday that a Russian woman charged with being a Russian agent in the United States must be jailed ahead of her trial after prosecutors said she was a flight risk. In Russia, she is known as a fervent gun rights activist with ties to Alexander Torshin , a senior official with Russia's central bank and a former...

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  • Wild video shows Las Vegas police pursuit, shootout with suspects
Wild video shows Las Vegas police pursuit, shootout with suspects

Police said both men were suspected of shooting a man multiple times at a vehicle wash. According to police, both men attempted to flee on foot; one was fatally shot by police, the other was injured. Kelly said one suspect, identified as Rene Nunez, 30, got out of the vehicle and ran up the stairs to the school. At one point the officer e...

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