• Brexit talks can start 'when United Kingdom is ready', says European Union chief negotiator
Brexit talks can start 'when United Kingdom is ready', says European Union chief negotiator

So what does that mean for Brexit , the single issue that could determine the economic prospects for the United Kingdom, and the prosperity of its people for years to come? If Mrs May stands down as prime minister, any negotiations over Brexit may have to be delayed while the Conservative Party chooses a replacement for her and discusses if or h...

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  • CMT Awards to feature stars from all genres and Hollywood
CMT Awards to feature stars from all genres and Hollywood

Later on in the show, he gave his wife a long smooch before going to accept the award for collaborative video of the year with Carrie Underwood for The Fighter . Keith Urban , Kelsea Ballerini and Thomas Rhett lead the pack with four nominations each - and will each compete for the night's biggest award: video of the year .

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  • Trump says US is committed to mutual support of NATO allies
Trump says US is committed to mutual support of NATO allies

On May 25, Trump delivered a speech at the NATO summit in Taormina, Italy, in which he spoke about the continuing enhancement of the partnership, but did not explicitly express U.S. "And certainly we are there to protect ", Trump added, saying this is why the United States is "paying the kind of money necessary to have that force".

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  • General leading Philippine battle with Islamists relieved of command
General leading Philippine battle with Islamists relieved of command

The little-known Maute group has been a fierce enemy of a military with superior firepower and greater troop strength. Dozens of people ran to freedom through a terrifying gauntlet of military air strikes and Islamist gunmen today, almost two weeks after being trapped in a deadly battle for a Philippine city.

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  • Scottish leader Sturgeon says will work to keep Conservatives out of power
Scottish leader Sturgeon says will work to keep Conservatives out of power

During the campaign, Scottish Tory leader Ruth Davidson had declared it would be an "Ed Balls moment" if her party could eject the SNP's depute leader - referring to Labour's former shadow chancellor losing his seat in 2015. The SNP lynchpin and ex-party leader was defeated by Colin Clark in Gordon. "We're proud to be part of the United Kingdom". ...

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  • May to form government with help of Democratic Unionist party
May to form government with help of Democratic Unionist party

The UK election of 2017 ended in a hung parliament after the ruling-Conservative Party of Prime Minister Theresa May failed to retain its majority, however, British Prime Minister Theresa May said she would lead a minority government. Money for Northern Ireland will undoubtedly be part of their demands, and Mrs May will expect that. There were ...

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  • What nerves? Rookies making an impact in Stanley Cup Final
What nerves? Rookies making an impact in Stanley Cup Final

Pittsburgh Penguins' Olli Maatta grabs his nose after being hit there by a Nashville Predators' stick during the third period in Game 5 of the NHL hockey Stanley Cup Final, Thursday, June 8, 2017, in Pittsburgh. He had played 12 consecutive Stanley Cup Final games without a goal before snapping that drought on a nifty breakaway in the first period....

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  • This is how smart home devices like the Apple HomePod work
This is how smart home devices like the Apple HomePod work

Apple recently unwrapped its Amazon Echo and Google Home competitor called the HomePod during WWDC 2017. Apple's HomePod is on its face just a speaker for your living room. " Apple is behind but the company rarely is first yet still won in music players, smartphones, and tablets", wrote UBS analyst Steve Milunovich in a note to investor...

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  • Britney Spears' Instagram Comments Targeted By Russian Hackers
Britney Spears' Instagram Comments Targeted By Russian Hackers

Russian hackers that is, this time hiding a sophisticated malware operation in Britney Spears' Instagram account . But it was an encoded internet address or URL of a central server for a hacking operation, experts claimed. The Instagram post that the hackers used had received 420,000 likes and more than 2, 200 comments. The extension was looki...

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  • New Kaby Lake iMacs arrive from Apple
New Kaby Lake iMacs arrive from Apple

Of course, the star of show - at least as it pertains to the Mac - was Apple's iMac Pro . According to benchmarking scores taken from several Geekbench 4 results, the new 15-inch MacBook Pro that is configured with the latest i7 processor clocked in at 2.90GHz (it's the i7-7820HQ chip for those that are wondering) obtained an average single-core...

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  • Hawaii enacts law to align goals with Paris climate accord
Hawaii enacts law to align goals with Paris climate accord

Hawaii has become the first USA state to enact legislation to bring its environmental standards in line with the Paris climate accord, officials said on Wednesday, less than a week after President Donald Trump announced that the United States would withdraw from the global agreement.

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  • Paul Nuttall quits as UKIP leader
Paul Nuttall quits as UKIP leader

PROPPING DUP THE TORIES Who are the Democratic Unionist Party and what's in the 2017 DUP manifesto? Nuttall took over from Nigel Farage in November a year ago after a long search for a leader. He added that Mrs May's credibility as party leader had been "fatally damaged". "Do your best to avoid a "no deal" as result of 'no negotiations'".

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  • Anti-Islamic Law Demonstration in Manhattan Meets Counter-Protest
Anti-Islamic Law Demonstration in Manhattan Meets Counter-Protest

CAIR is planning a counter-protest on Sunday at 11 a.m. Rep. Debbie Dingell? , a Michigan Democrat who says her district has the largest population of Muslims in the USA, said the marchers "will be total failures on Saturday because we will be united against them".

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  • Police shoot, injure attacker outside Paris's Notre-Dame cathedral
Police shoot, injure attacker outside Paris's Notre-Dame cathedral

The Paris prosecutor's office said the investigation was opened Tuesday (local time) soon after the attack. In total, more than 230 people have been killed in a wave of attacks in France either claimed by or inspired by Islamic State over the past two-and-a-half years.

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  • Apple Reveals Homepod Device
Apple Reveals Homepod Device

Apple is really pushing the music angle with claims like HomePod will "reinvent how we enjoy music wirelessly throughout our homes ". The cylindrical speaker coved in a mesh fabric promises to put music at the forefront of the experience.

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  • Jared Kushner to meet with Senate Intelligence staff soon
Jared Kushner to meet with Senate Intelligence staff soon

A date has not yet been set, the sources said. The ad says Kushner is the first person in the administration reported to be under investigation by the FBI over possible ties with Russian Federation. Kushner's meeting would be the first step in an agreement he made with the committee. " Jared Kushner is one of the most influential people in Tru...

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  • Kremlin denies new claims that Russian Federation hacked US election commission
Kremlin denies new claims that Russian Federation hacked US election commission

Putin has denied any involvement in the USA election. Independently verified, the report includes analysis of a months-long Russian intelligence cyber effort directed by the Russian General Staff Main Intelligence Directorate, or GRU. As a result, a USA intelligence officer who declined to be identified in Monday's report, cautioned against drawi...

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  • Third London Bridge attacker named
Third London Bridge attacker named

Dar, 18, said that Pakistani intelligence agents were interviewing relatives. London Mayor Sadiq Khan suggested that President Trump's state visit to Britain, scheduled for later this year, should be cancelled in an interview Monday. It shows the final moments of the attack that started when the three rammed a van into pedestrians on busy Lond...

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  • Scottish leader Sturgeon says election 'disastrous' for PM May
Scottish leader Sturgeon says election 'disastrous' for PM May

The sentiment was also noted by CNN's Nic Robertson. Yes, the SNP is still the largest... Mr Ross, who is now an MSP at Holyrood and also a professional football referee, overturned his rival's majority of 9,065 to win the constituency.

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  • White House defends Trump as scathing tweets raise concern
White House defends Trump as scathing tweets raise concern

Lara Trump, one of the president's daughters-in-law and a former campaign aide, entered the White House press room Thursday afternoon and told reporters that she had just met privately with Trump and "he looks very relaxed" and is doing "as well as anyone could do" under the circumstances.

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  • Vaiko denied entry into Malaysia
Vaiko denied entry into Malaysia

Chennai: MDMK General Secretary Vaiko said the Sri Lankan government is behind his detention at Kuala Lumpur International Airport on Friday. Malaysian immigration officials told Vaiko, a former Indian MP, that his entry into the country was barred and escorted him to seniors for questioning, the statement said.

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  • Apple unveils 'the most powerful Mac we have ever made'
Apple unveils 'the most powerful Mac we have ever made'

It's not clear what price it will be in the United Kingdom when they begin shipping here - but Apple is known for not making much of a conversion. With Pro Motion, Apple Pencil is even more responsive with an industry-best, 20-millisecond latency for even more fluid and natural drawing.

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  • Trump to reveal new Cuba policy in speech next Friday
Trump to reveal new Cuba policy in speech next Friday

The administration is said to have been examining Cuba policy for several months now, after Trump criticized former President Barack Obama's decision to ease restrictions on trade and travel and to re-establish diplomatic relations with the communist-ruled island.

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  • Britain's snap election backfires on Prime Minister Theresa May
Britain's snap election backfires on Prime Minister Theresa May

With results in from all 650 House of Commons seats after Thursday's vote, May's bruised Conservatives had 318 - short of the 326 they needed for an outright majority and well down from the 330 seats they had before May's roll of the electoral dice.

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  • 13 soldats tués dans des combats avec des islamistes — Philippines
13 soldats tués dans des combats avec des islamistes — Philippines

Selon l'armée philippine, ils occupent environ 10 % de cette ville de 200 000 habitants, principale ville musulmane dans un pays majoritairement catholique. Les groupes terroristes locaux utilisent la mosquée, ils s'y retranchent. "Nous sommes très précis dans nos opérations pour éviter des dommages collatéraux".

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  • Officials say Trump may not try to block Comey's testimony
Officials say Trump may not try to block Comey's testimony

White House officials said on Friday they did not know yet whether President Donald Trump would seek to block former FBI Director James Comey from testifying to Congress next week, a move that could spark a political backlash. "Now Comey plans to testify publicly in the Senate next Thursday to confirm bombshell accusations that President D...

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  • IOS 11 pulls the plug on iPhone 5 and 5C
IOS 11 pulls the plug on iPhone 5 and 5C

The contact will not be notified about it because, for the Snapchat app, the other person did not capture anything while the snap was being read by them. The iPhone 5 is still popular in New Zealand and if you've paid several hundred dollars for your phone you expect it to last several years. Control Center is geting consolidation and a facelift...

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  • McCain says his confusing questions resulted from tiredness
McCain says his confusing questions resulted from tiredness

McCain questioned James Comey about his meetings with President Trump , though the senator ended up rambling on for a bit while pursuing a really unusual line of inquiry. But McCain wasn't satisfied. Instead, McCain flummoxed Comey with a question about why "the investigation of anything former Secretary Clinton had to do with the campaign i...

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  • Apple Introduces 'Do Not Disturb While Driving' Feature for iOS 11
Apple Introduces 'Do Not Disturb While Driving' Feature for iOS 11

The system will automatically detect when someone is in a auto and will block notifications and texts and stop drivers from opening apps on their phone. Apple says iOS' DNDWD will also be able to auto-reply to incoming messages saying that you are driving and will read the message later. That would be another way to prevent distracting texts w...

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  • Trump's tweeted typo covfefe becoming vanity license plates
Trump's tweeted typo covfefe becoming vanity license plates

The tweet, sent at 12:06 a.m., was favorited almost 10,000 times in one minute and drew ridicule of online Trump critics. "After President Trump tweeted "Despite the constant negative press covefe", at 12:06 a.m. "It has everything: Russian entanglements, spray tans, creepy handshakes, surprise trade wars". For his part, Haynes, 28, joked tha...

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