• Congressional Democrats sue Trump over foreign payments
Congressional Democrats sue Trump over foreign payments

All three of these suits are meant to stack together, so the Justice Department will be forced to hear at least one of these cases. According to the suit, Trump never sought consent from Congress , which makes it "impossible to know whether [Trump] has also accepted, or plans to accept, other foreign emoluments that have not yet been made public...

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  • Trump Under Investigation For Possible Obstruction Of Justice
Trump Under Investigation For Possible Obstruction Of Justice

The Post and The New York Times both reported that Mueller was seeking interviews with three Trump administration officials who weren't involved in Trump's campaign: Dan Coats , the director of national intelligence; Michael Rogers , the head of the National Security Agency; and Richard Ledgett , the former NSA deputy director.

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  • Environment G7 working to overcome US No
Environment G7 working to overcome US No

Merkel that references to the Paris accord be removed from the G20 statement , Mr. Trudeau replied: "No, I did not say that". Mulcair was not placated by Trudeau's denial, accusing him of being all style and no substance when it comes to climate change .

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  • Man who shot congressman had history of arrests
Man who shot congressman had history of arrests

President Donald Trump announced earlier that the gunman had died at a D.C. hospital but did not name the shooter. The 66-year-old ran a home inspection business in IL. "The bullet traveled across his pelvis, fracturing bones, injuring internal organs, and causing severe bleeding", MedStar said in a statement put out by Scalise's office.

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  • Spotify Hits 140 Million Users, Says It'll Pay Record Companies $2 Billion
Spotify Hits 140 Million Users, Says It'll Pay Record Companies $2 Billion

Spotify, which began operating in Hong Kong, Singapore and Malaysia in April, has expanded faster globally than Pandora. The company was recently valued at $13 billion. Spotify is still negotiating new long-term deals with the other two major labels, Warner Music Group and Sony Music Entertainment, which will add to that sum.

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  • Turkish opposition party begins 265-mile 'march for justice'
Turkish opposition party begins 265-mile 'march for justice'

Authorities have suspended or fired almost 150,000 people, including thousands of police officers, for links to the exiled cleric whom Turkey accuses of orchestrating the coup attempt. "And we will continue this march until there is justice in Turkey". After the criticism for his timid response to Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's increasi...

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  • GOP baseball team coach: 'We need to play this game'
GOP baseball team coach: 'We need to play this game'

Barton says Kelly was playing third base. The Texas Tribune thanks its sponsors. Fleischmann told the World News Tonight anchor that he was preparing to leave the baseball field after practice when he heard "one, single, loud pop". Mr. Williams hurt his own ankle diving into the dugout to try to escape the gunman's fire. Williams suffered...

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  • Oakland County Native Among Those Shot On Virginia Baseball Field
Oakland County Native Among Those Shot On Virginia Baseball Field

He underwent surgery and remained in the intensive care unit in critical condition. Mika is director of government relations for Tyson Foods Washington , D.C., office and has worked for the company for more than six years. The gunman, identified as 66-year old James T. Hodgkinson of Belleville, Illinois reportedly died from injuries he susta...

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  • Explosion dans une mosquée chiite bondée à Kaboul
Explosion dans une mosquée chiite bondée à Kaboul

Des témoins ont également fait état de coups de feu dans ce quartier. L'attaque, en plein ramadan, s'est produite dans la mosquée Al Zahra, fréquentée par la minorité chiite. La capitale afghane a de nouveau été touchée par une attentat-suicide. L'apparition de l'EI a alimenté les affrontements entre sunnites et chiites en Afghanistan, un pays ...

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  • London tower fire: 12 killed, cops fear death toll could rise further
London tower fire: 12 killed, cops fear death toll could rise further

Mr Cundy added: "Whilst we may have accessed every floor that is not the same as a full search of the whole building, and as I said while we now sadly have 12 fatalities, I do believe that figure will rise and sadly I don't anticipate that there will be further survivors".

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  • MI mall apologizes for kicking out shopper over 'inappropriate' clothing
MI mall apologizes for kicking out shopper over 'inappropriate' clothing

Following the incident, Hannah Pewee took to Facebook to share the outfit in question : ballet flats, denim shorts, and a Finding Nemo tank top. The mall's website does list a "dress code," but Pewee's outfit doesn't seem to violate it.

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  • Theresa May sollicite le parti unioniste — Brexit
Theresa May sollicite le parti unioniste — Brexit

Ces retards internes auront des conséquences directes sur les négociations sur le Brexit , qui se voient également repoussées. "Nous souhaitons aboutir à cet accord puisqu'il offrira la stabilité et les certitudes dont le pays a besoin au moment d'embarquer pour le Brexit et au-delà", a souligné Downing Street.

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  • Severe Thunderstorm Watch continues, chance for hail, high winds
Severe Thunderstorm Watch continues, chance for hail, high winds

As of 5:45 PM, No severe thunderstorm warnings were in effect for the metro area. Crawford, Franklin and surrounding counties are under a severe thunderstorm watch until 8 p.m. Developing storms could move east toward Chicago later in the afternoon and into northwest in by about 8 or 9 p.m. There is a risk for severe storms through this e...

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  • Former Trump Aide Calls Senator Kamala Harris
Former Trump Aide Calls Senator Kamala Harris "Hysterical" for Doing Her Job

The exchange was an nearly exact repeat of last week, when McCain cut in on her intense questioning of Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein , and committee Chairman Richard Burr told her to stop and let Rosenstein answer. Richard M. Burr , the chairman of the committee, and then again by Sen. The clip showing Sessions' elfin face scre...

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  • LEAD 1-Au moins quatre morts dans une fusillade à San Francisco
LEAD 1-Au moins quatre morts dans une fusillade à San Francisco

Steve Gaut et les responsables de l'hôpital n'ont pas pû donner d'informations immédiates sur l'état des blessés. Les forces de l'ordre ont à présent " le contrôle du bâtiment " où travaillent 850 personnes, et enquêtent sur les... Des témoins ont affirmé que le tireur portait un uniforme de la compagnie UPS, et la compagnie a affirmé que les victi...

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  • Lewis Hamilton hoping he can land knockout blow in gripping title race
Lewis Hamilton hoping he can land knockout blow in gripping title race

The race got off to a chaotic start when, in his haste to reach the front, Verstappen ran over Vettel's front wing, which caused the championship leader to pit early and switch to a less optimal strategy. "If we apply the same diligence that we did in the past two weeks after every single race, even after a win, we're sure that we can continue to...

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  • France's Macron Heads for Crushing Parliamentary Majority
France's Macron Heads for Crushing Parliamentary Majority

Some 19.24 percent of voters had cast ballots by midday (1000 GMT), the interior ministry said, compared with 21.06 percent at the same time of day in the first round of 2012. Runner-up in France's presidential election, Le Pen urged "patriotic" voters to turn out en masse in the second round June 18 and boost her party's small presence in the Na...

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  • Harvard's 1st female president stepping down after 11 years
Harvard's 1st female president stepping down after 11 years

Summers's pugnacious style. "It will be the right time for the transition to Harvard's next chapter, led by a new president". Faust is a historian of the American Civil War and plans to take a sabbatical and continue her scholarship. She also confronted financial difficulties, with the university's endowment losing nearly 30 percent of its valu...

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  • New iPhone will have wireless charging and more, Apple supplier confirms
New iPhone will have wireless charging and more, Apple supplier confirms

The source close to the industry states that while the assembly process for the next-gen iPhones has not changed drastically, two new features are going to be incorporated. Over the past few months we've seen any number of different reports regarding alleged Apple partnerships in the space, including a report that Apple has spent the past few years...

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  • Palestine FM slams Israel premier for 'hindering peace'
Palestine FM slams Israel premier for 'hindering peace'

And most Israeli national security experts, including a vast majority of former military generals and former Mossad and Shin-Bet chiefs, point out that a two-state solution is necessary for Israel's survival as a democracy and a Jewish state.

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  • Firefighters battling massive blaze in London high-rise
Firefighters battling massive blaze in London high-rise

Smoke billows from the Grenfell Tower apartment building after it was engulfed in flames in North Kensington, London , June 14, 2017 . A bystander says he witnessed "people dangling children out the window to try and get them to safety" while the inferno perniciously grew.

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  • Rules to help defrauded students clear loans being revised
Rules to help defrauded students clear loans being revised

DeVos, a Republican and advocate of public-private partnerships in education, said she was delaying the effective date of the rule on accelerating the process , which was enacted at the end of past year under the administration of former President Barack Obama, a Democrat.

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  • Pierre Ménès craque sur Kylian Mbappé — France
Pierre Ménès craque sur Kylian Mbappé — France

La victoire permet au moins aux Bleus de ne pas s'enfoncer dans une spirale négative, après l'amical perdu face à l'Espagne (2-0) fin mars, mais s'est dessinée au fil de faits de jeu. On a eu un match de qualification qui n'était pas le même, avec une équipe qui jouait différemment. Il a mis du temps à être servi mais quand les Anglais ont comm...

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  • Sessions to Appear Before Senate Panel Probing Russian Links to Election
Sessions to Appear Before Senate Panel Probing Russian Links to Election

In letters Saturday to Senator Richard Shelby, Republican of Alabama, and Representative John Culberson, Republican of Texas, Sessions said he'd concluded that regardless of which committees he appeared before, the questions would inevitably focus on the Russian probe.

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  • Les unionistes irlandais sauvent Theresa May — Grande Bretagne
Les unionistes irlandais sauvent Theresa May — Grande Bretagne

Dans une séquence symbolisant le chaos politique dans lequel est plongé le Royaume-Uni, Downing Street a d'abord annoncé samedi qu'un accord de principe avait été trouvé avec l'ultra-conservateur DUP. Les réserves de Dublin s'ajoutent aux soucis de Mme May qui reste soumise à une pression maximale. "Nous souhaitons aboutir à cet accord puisqu'il ...

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  • Trump delays effective date of travel ban amid court battle
Trump delays effective date of travel ban amid court battle

Chin says this ruling, along with previous ones blocking a travel ban, shows there are checks and balances to keep the president from doing whatever he wants. Spicer told reporters that the White House is reviewing the opinion but maintains the order is "fully lawful". "The Immigration and Nationality Act ("INA") gives the President broad pow...

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  • 'Staggering' civilian deaths in Raqqa offensive
'Staggering' civilian deaths in Raqqa offensive

At a camp for the displaced in the village of Ain Issa north of the city, people who arrived Wednesday also said the airstrikes supporting an assault by US -backed forces had inflicted widespread destruction as the battle intensified. The US military refused to comment on specific allegations, but said it uses white phosphorous lawfully. White ...

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  • Train Hero:
Train Hero: "I'm Just Trying To Heal"

Jeremy Joseph Christian , 35, faces two counts of felony aggravated murder and other charges. His next court date is June 7. A Multnomah County grand jury will convene in the coming days to consider additional charges. "It looks like we have a Christian or Muslim (expletive) bus driver". "Without them, we probably would be dead right now", sa...

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  • Senate Approves New Russia Sanctions
Senate Approves New Russia Sanctions

The bipartisan amendment would also put existing sanctions imposed by presidential order into law while giving Congress the power to review, and potentially block, any effort by the White House to ease existing sanctions on Russian Federation.

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  • Trump slams Qatar for funding terror as Tillerson urges calm
Trump slams Qatar for funding terror as Tillerson urges calm

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has approved legislation for increased military cooperation with Qatar, including a deal for the deployment of Turkish troops there. Al-Qaradawi has been tried and sentenced to death in absentia in Egypt since the 2013 military overthrow of elected President Mohammed Morsi, a Brotherhood member.

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