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Donald Trump rails against the

Donald Trump rails against the "MSM" in early morning tweets

Trump's tweet about Qatar indicates that his visit to Saudi Arabia hastened the move by the Gulf States. Sad, " tweeted George Conway, husband of Trump's White House counselor Kellyanne Conway . Trump frequently uses Twitter for commenting on current events, attacking critics and promoting his administration. In a clear reference to Trump's tweets Sunday and Monday criticizing London Mayor Sadiq Khan, Clinton said: "It's a time for steady, determined leadership - like we are seeing ... Read More

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Baby born after fatal auto accident dies

Baby born after fatal auto accident dies

According to a GoFundMe set up for the 24-year-old Romero's family, she had just graduated from California State University in Fresno with a Bachelors degree in child development. 'It's never easy coming to these traffic accidents. But to see something like that where a child is born prematurely and potentially sustained fatal injuries as a result of the accident, it's heartbreaking, ' he said. Read More

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Evergreen State College cancels classes in response to new threat

Evergreen State College cancels classes in response to new threat

According to the paper, university officials had shut down campus after an individual called local police threatening to bring a.44 Magnum to the "communist, scumbag town" and "murder as many people on that campus as I can". That's when minority students voluntarily leave campus to discuss issues involving race. Recent protests followed a white professor's decision to oppose an event in which organizers asked white students to leave campus for a talk about race. Read More

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Trump lashes out at DOJ over travel ban legal strategy

Trump lashes out at DOJ over travel ban legal strategy

After all, in lower court rulings, judges have pointed to Trump's own words as a reason to block the executive order. The Supreme Court will hear oral arguments next week. We need the Travel Ban as an extra level of safety!" WASHINGTON-The president of the United States is now attacking his own policy. DOJ asked the Court to stay the lower court orders and schedule the case for oral arguments. Read More

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DeVos non-committal on private school LGBT discrimination

DeVos non-committal on private school LGBT discrimination

But after another Democrat, Sen. Merkley continued, asking DeVos if she were saying that private schools receiving federal funds would not be allowed to discriminate against LGBTQ students. Among the programs targeted for funding cuts: Special Olympics, federal work-study and 21st Century Learning Centers, which support after-school programs in high-poverty areas. Read More

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White House Still Won't Say Whether Trump Believes Climate Science

During a speech in Berlin on Friday, German Chancellor Angela Merkel called President Trump's decision "extremely regrettable" while emphasizing Germany's commitment to tackling climate change . The mayors of those cities, however, said they disagreed with Trump's decision. Jeff Immelt, chief executive officer of US conglomerate General Electric (GE.N), tweeted: "Climate change is real". Read More

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Germany, China vow to deepen ties to fill USA void

Germany, China vow to deepen ties to fill USA void

In a strongly worded statement, Merkel said US President Donald Trump's announcement to turn his back on the Paris pact was " highly regrettable, to put it very mildly ". The Paris Agreement was adopted by 196 parties in Paris in 2015 and it went into effect in November a year ago. So far, 147 parties representing more than 82 percent of greenhouse gas emissions have ratified the agreement. Read More

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Southern California baby dies in family stabbing attack

Southern California baby dies in family stabbing attack

At the time of her 2005 trial, the woman's defense attorney, Robert Sheahen , said his client was diagnosed with schizophrenia . A longtime friend of the 43-year-old said today she was relieved Darrington-Clark had been found. He then ran upstairs to check on the frightened woman's children and found the 18-month-old dead on the couch and the bloodied and scared 5-year-old hiding in a closet. Read More

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UN Security Council adds sanctions against North Korea

UN Security Council adds sanctions against North Korea

Fomin spoke at the Shangri-La Dialogue, an worldwide security conference in Singapore attended by defense ministers and experts from 39 countries, including US Defense Secretary Jim Mattis. Russian Federation has denounced North Korea's nuclear ambitions as a "direct threat" to the country. "Bear with us", Mattis said. On the other hand, while emphasising the rule of law and respects among the countries, Mr Turnbull warned China of bullying others. Read More

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Putin Denies Having Damaging Information on Trump

United States intelligence has accused Russian Federation of interfering in the election by hacking the Democratic Committee's computers and leaking information - a claim that Moscow has repeatedly denied. According to TV Line , Vladimir Putin told Megyn Kelly that hundreds of representatives from American companies visited Russian Federation, adding "Do you think we're gathering compromising information on all of them right now or something?" You people over there ... Read More

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Powerball numbers: Did you win Saturday's $337 million jackpot?

Powerball numbers: Did you win Saturday's $337 million jackpot?

If the ticket holder had added a Power Play to their ticket they could have increased their non-jackpot prize. Overall, there were 1,514,782 winners in the drawing who won at least $4 each. Virgin Islands. In fiscal year 2016, the Virginia Lottery generated more than a half-billion dollars for public schools in Virginia. The $375 million prize is the largest since the $435.3 million jackpot on February 2. Read More

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London Terrorist Featured in BBC Documentary 'The Jihadis Next Door'

Khuram Shazad Butt , a 27-year-old British citizen born in Pakistan , and Rachid Redouane , who claimed to be Moroccan-Libyan, carried out the deadly assault in which seven people died and dozens more were injured on Saturday night. The three, who were wearing fake suicide vests, were shot dead during the attack . Forty-eight people were taken to hospital and 18 are in critical condition, according to the latest police update . Read More

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Rauner not ruling out signing stopgap budget

Rauner not ruling out signing stopgap budget

With billions of dollars in unpaid bills, unfunded pension liabilities and a severe budget problem, the state of IL is facing significant financial trouble if lawmakers don't agree on a spending bill by Wednesday, experts warn. But starting June 1, approval of a state budget will require a three-fifths supermajority vote in both chambers of the Illinois General Assembly. The shadow of IL fiscal disaster looms. Read More

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Kansas governor promises to veto budget-fixing tax hike

Kansas governor promises to veto budget-fixing tax hike

Lawmakers faced a June 30 deadline to increase school funding after a March ruling from the Kansas Supreme Court that said current funding is inadequate. But that scholarship program was the principal reason why many conservative Republicans voted for the bill. But it also would restore many deductions and tax credits that were either reduced or eliminated under Brownback's policies, most notably a tax credit to offset a portion of a family's child care expenses. Read More

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USDA offers free summer meals to children and teens

USDA offers free summer meals to children and teens

Children under the age of 18 are eligible and do not have to be enrolled in summer school or show proof of income to receive a free meal at the participating schools. "To be honest they were so happy to see lunch today", he said. Free and nutritious meals offered to anyone 18 and under. "Our summer meals program is a nationally funded program, it's run through the USDA Department of Agriculture, all of the meals are prepared at the schools sites locations", said Rowe. Read More

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2 arrested in Oakland warehouse fire that killed 36

2 arrested in Oakland warehouse fire that killed 36

An official briefed on the investigation initially told ABC News that the power went out inside the building when the fire started and the flames blocked the building's only exit, making it hard for people inside to escape. While rare, prosecutors have brought manslaughter charges following non-arson fires. After the fire, Almena, his wife and three children had a hard time finding a place to settle. Read More

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Sheriff: 'Multiple fatalities' in Florida shooting

He paused at least once to reload. The unidentified assailant shot and killed five people before turning the gun on himself, Demings said at a press briefing. Shelley Adams told reporters she heard from her sister, who works at Fiamma and was in the restroom when she heard a noise. "My boss is dead". State and federal law enforcement officers converged on the industrial park in Orlando shortly after 8 a.m. Read More

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White House tries to regroup, but Trump isn't helping

White House tries to regroup, but Trump isn't helping

There had been reports that Trump was considering stopping Comey from testifying by invoking executive privilege , but the White House ultimately decided against it. Comey's testimony Thursday is a cinch to damage Trump and the White House, potentially seriously depending upon what he reveals, but trying to stop him by asserting the privilege would have made a bad situation worse. Read More

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Melania and Ivanka Trump veiled and demure at Pope meeting

Melania and Ivanka Trump veiled and demure at Pope meeting

Even when the two were sitting at the pope's desk in the presence of photographers and reporters, the pope avoided the small talk that usually occurs before the media is ushered out. Trump told his host as he left, "Thank you". 'Those are the people that are running the White House, ' one Republican official told DailyMail.com, commenting on the in-crowd who got to meet the pope. Read More

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Travel ban critics say Trump is hurting his case

Travel ban critics say Trump is hurting his case

Attorneys who sued are saying Trump's comments will help their case. Neal Katyal, the former acting solicitor general representing Hawaii in its lawsuit against the ban, said it was as if Trump was his co-counsel. Last week, the Justice Department asked the Supreme Court to issue an emergency order reinstating the travel ban. But, to ensure that his morning tweet storm would inflict maximum damage upon himself, Trump reverted to one of his favorite attacks: an attack on the courts. Read More

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Trump criticizes London's mayor, again

Khan had told London's citizens that there was no cause for alarm about increased police presence in the city in the coming days following an attack on the London Bridge that killed at least seven people. There was no immediate response from Khan to Trump's latest tweet. London authorities were in the early phase of responding to reports of attacks on London Bridge and other areas of the city when Trump weighed in on Twitter. Read More

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New Jersey Primary Day is Tuesday; Voters to Choose Gubernatorial Candidates

Polls in Tuesday's primary are open from 6 a.m. until 8 p.m. Bernie Sanders' former New Jersey campaign chairman, is pitching himself as the sole candidate putting forward a single-payer health care plan. Both are offering progressive platforms that include the legalization of marijuana and a $15 minimum wage. Assemblyman John Wisniewski, who helped lead the legislature's investigation into the Bridgegate scandal, was at 9 percent. Read More

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NYC Lights Up Green in Support of Paris Climate Accord

NYC Lights Up Green in Support of Paris Climate Accord

The latest polling suggests in withdrawing from global action on climate change , the president is out of sync with the thinking in his own country. He's received awards as a businessman in that regard. "The US-India relationship now is quickly becoming broad and deep". She asserted that if someone says we signed the pact due to lure of money and pressure from someone, it is wrong. Read More

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White House: Trump won't seek to block Comey testimony

White House: Trump won't seek to block Comey testimony

There had been reports that Trump was considering stopping Comey from testifying by invoking executive privilege , but the White House ultimately decided against it. Additional congressional committees, as well as the Federal Bureau of Investigation, are also investigating Russia's tampering and whether or not Russian Federation colluded with members of Trump's campaign. Read More

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Trump will not block ex-FBI director's testimony: White House

Trump will not block ex-FBI director's testimony: White House

While Mr Trump and his aides initially said he acted at the recommendation of the deputy attorney general because of the way Mr Comey handled last year's investigation into Hillary Clinton's emails, Mr Trump later said he had already chose to fire the FBI director regardless of any recommendations and that he had the Russian Federation investigation in mind. Read More

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