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Trump, in the same tweetstorm, called the media "Fake News" and claimed the media creates "purposely incorrect stories and phony sources to meet their agenda of hate". A bipartisan call for an investigation into Lynch is steadily growing in Congress. If Lynch did in fact turn the Justice Department into an "arm" of the Clinton campaign, it raises the inevitable larger and far more troubling question: Did President Obama know this? If former FBI Director James Comey is to be believed, ...
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    Ige signed a separate bill Tuesday establishing a Carbon Farming Task Force, aimed at identifying "agricultural and aquacultural practices to improve soil health and promote carbon sequestration". While Trump's withdrawal from the Paris climate agreement can't be completed until 2020, he has said his administration will "cease all implementation" of the accord effective immediately.
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    Yesterday, Amazon stunned everyone when it revealed that it had agreed to buy out Whole Foods Market for a monstrous sum of close to $14 billion. Amazon is buying Whole Foods in a stunning move that gives it hundreds of stores across the USA - a brand-new laboratory for radical retail experiments that could revolutionize the way people buy groceries.
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    He said his office will request that Herrera be held without bond. Subsequent victims included a man who was killed during the theft of his pickup truck at his Tres Piedras home, a 35-mile drive from La Madera; and a man fatally shot at a general store in Abiquiu .
  • AC Milan Open To Swapping Gigi Donnarumma For Cristiano Ronaldo

    AC Milan Open To Swapping Gigi Donnarumma For Cristiano Ronaldo

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    Juventus , who were reportedly eyeing up a move for Arsenal's out-of-favour keeper Wojciech Szczesny, are mulling over a long-term replacement for the legendary Gianluigi Buffon and, with Donnarumma at the right age to take over his mantle, have seen themselves mooted as the club for the Italy global to join.
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    AC Milan open to swapping Donnarumma for Ronaldo

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    The Serie A champions are preparing for the loss of Gianluigi Buffon, who says he is entering the final year of his career, with Donnarumma the most likely to replace him in Turin as well as with the Italy national team. We both simply took stock of the situation and went our separate ways. "But we have all due respect for Gigio and Raiola". Milan have been scrambling around looking for a new goalkeeper, with the likes of Mattia Perin and Neto being considered as immediate replacements.
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    The area surrounding the council-owned tower has been plastered by desperate relatives with pictures of the missing, from grandparents to young children, and large numbers of volunteers were assisting survivors. May has pledged to hold a public inquiry into the fire.Choucair told Reuters residents had concerns about the safety of the building and she was angry about what has happened.
  • Clarksville Residents Remember Pulse Nightclub Victims On Anniversary

    Clarksville Residents Remember Pulse Nightclub Victims On Anniversary

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    June 12th marks the one year anniversary of the Pulse night club shooting. "I know we'll create Pulse in a new location for all of us so we will reserve this sacred ground for our angels, our survivors and all affected from generations to come will know exactly what was taken from us", said Barbara Poma, owner of Pulse.
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    We know he didn't privately or publicly ask Lynch to recuse herself from the Clinton investigation in the wake of her order to him. He also raised questions about Clinton's family and, quote - "Dems dealing with Russian Federation". When federal agents and prosecutors quietly open a criminal investigation , we are not concealing anything; we are simply following the longstanding policy that we refrain from publicising non-public information.
  • Steve Scalise Has 'Improved in Last 24 Hours,' Remains in Critical Condition

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    Dr. Jack Sava of MedStar Washington Hospital Center says "an excellent recovery is a good possibility", but says Scalise faces additional surgeries, a long hospital stay and rehabilitation. The hometown Nationals also lent some catcher's gear to the Republicans, whose own equipment had been taken as evidence from the scene of the shooting.
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    Amid tense scenes, a group of furious protesters briefly broke into the town hall when their demand to speak to an official was not met. Wrack said the "stay put" policy is sensible - unless the integrity of the fire doors, ceilings and fire-resistant walls fail.
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    The measure is meant to punish Russian Federation for meddling in the 2016 US election, its annexation of Ukraine's Crimea region and support for Syria's government in the six-year-long civil war. Russian President Vladimir Putin said it was too early to speak about retaliation against a possible new round of sanctions that the United States is considering imposing on Moscow, state news agency RIA reported on Saturday.
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    Cundy said there was "a risk that sadly we may not be able to identify everybody". A small protest broke out beneath the tower block, and one man was led away by police during Khan's visit. He said later: "We must and will do everything in our power to ensure the truth about this tragedy comes out". "This will need to be a lot of work between us and other investigating agencies to establish what has happened and why and that is going to take a considerable period of time ".
  • Chanting 'we want justice', protesters storm town hall after deadly London fire

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    Demonstrators gather with placards outside the Department for Communities and Local Government in central London on June 16, 2017 to demand justice for those affected by the Grenfell Tower fire . Like many other residents she has spent the days following the fire living in temporary shelters with minimal sleep, printing and distributing posters wherever she can.
  • Trump allies now question Mueller probe, even those who endorsed him

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    Trump has made it clear that he is frustrated by the U.S. probe of Russian interference in the presidential election, which United States intelligence officials said was done to tilt the outcome in Trump's favor. Paul Rothstein of Georgetown University, who affirmed the legality of a hypothetical Mueller firing, but noted the "tremendous political repercussions".
  • Xbox One X's $500 Price Tag Includes No Profit Margin

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    The console will also be immediately compatible with all existing Xbox One games. Aaron Greenberg himself has reported enthusiastically this milestone, in which we see Xbox One X leading the list of most wished product on Amazon, that is something thrilling.
  • Defiant May vows to lead Britain to Brexit after UK election blow

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    Chancellor Philip Hammond, Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson, Home Secretary Amber Rudd, Defence Secretary Michael Fallon and Brexit Secretary David Davis have all been kept on in their roles. DUP leader Arlene Foster , who travelled to Westminster for talks with the Tories on Tuesday, said she hoped a deal could be reached "sooner rather than later".
  • Sessions To Testify In Front Of Senate Intel Committee Tuesday

    Sessions To Testify In Front Of Senate Intel Committee Tuesday

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    Sessions stepped aside in March from the federal investigation into contacts between Russia and the campaign after acknowledging that he had met twice a year ago with the Russian ambassador to the U.S. But: "I think there's absolutely evidence to begin a case". Collins and Feinstein spoke Sunday on CNN's " State of the Union and Lankford appeared on CBS' " Face the Nation ".
  • Hammond: pragmatic approach needed for Brexit talks

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    Her spokesman said Britain would not change its stance on Brexit, though May told her lawmakers she would seek a broader consensus in the party on her approach. Hammond was expected to make the case for a so-called "softer" Brexit, which prioritizes economic considerations over limiting immigration. Arriving for a meeting with his counterparts in the 28-country EU, Philip Hammond said his "clear view and I believe the view of the majority of people in Britain is that we should prioritize ...
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    Earlier Thursday, President Donald Trump commented on the congressman's condition, saying Scalise was "in some trouble" but that he hoped the congressman would be OK. "We are forever grateful for the heroism" of the officers, she said. Although "infection is a significant risk", the physician said, "an excellent recovery is a good possibility".
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    A developer via a huge tweetstorm has demonstrated that Apple has included drag and drop support in iOS 11 for iPhones. Folks at iDropNews have released iPhone 8 renders running Apple's new mobile operating system. For example, based on searches made using the Safari browser, Siri will be able to offer more personalized place and topic suggestions on Mail, Messages and other apps.
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    The station's English-language account was unaffected. Yasser Abuhilalah, managing director of Al-Jazeera Arabic, confirmed the suspension via social media. In another tweet, he said that no other "channel in the world... faces the same amount of conspiracy". Qatar Foreign Minister Sheikh Mohammed Bin Abdulrahman on Tuesday said that Kuwait was making effort to defuse the diplomatic crisis.
  • May visits fire victims in hospital

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    London firefighters are continuing the grim search after a high-rise fire that killed at least 30 people as public anger about the blaze continues to grow. Aberdeenshire and Shetland councils have confirmed they will be reviewing the cladding on their buildings, while Aberdeen City Council has said they have "carried out a full review of the over-cladding".
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    Kohli praise for India rivals

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    However, they face a tough task on Sunday as they take on title favourites at The Oval. His tally thus far reads 253 runs in four innings at a strike rate of 100.4. Since then, India and Pakistan have played 15 Test series and 17 One Day International (ODI) series. "We were bad", Pakistan coach Mickey Arthur says.
  • Trump Confirms He's Under Investigation Over Comey Firing

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    The Washington Post this week reported , not only that the president is under investigation for possible obstruction of justice , but also that the FBI inquiry is examining the business and financial dealings of the president's son-in-law Jared Kushner.
  • London police: Grenfell tower fire death toll reaches 30

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    Protesters are anxious that councilors will dispatch homeless residents far from their communities. A scuffle broke out. But a protest soon gathered there as well with hundres of people marching to chants of "May must go!" The number of confirmed fatalities from Wednesday's inferno in a West London residential block is now 17, British police have said.
  • May orders probe into London tower block fire

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    Mohammad and his brother Omar, both students, lived together in a 14th-floor apartment in Grenfell Tower . Queen Elizabeth II and Prince William met with volunteers who have been distributing supplies for those affected by the disaster.
  • Travel experts say Trump's policy reversal will 'devastate' Cuba

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    Now, under directives announced by Trump on Friday, independent travel to Cuba from the United States will once again be forbidden, complicating the already tricky-to-navigate industry. government will police other trips to ensure travellers are pursuing a "full-time schedule of educational exchange activities". Americans can no longer travel to Cuba with a simple "honor pledge", Trump announced today.
  • Minnesota Police Officer Found Not Guilty In Shooting Death Of Philando Castile

    Minnesota Police Officer Found Not Guilty In Shooting Death Of Philando Castile

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    Reynolds later told the media that she starting making the videotape with her cellphone because she feared for her own life and that of her 4-year-old daughter, who was in the back seat of the auto. "Did they just say, 'Oh, it's Friday and I want to go home?' This was not justice at all". Protests occurred in the wake of the traffic stop gone viral from suburban St.
  • Police negotiating with armed man in Melbourne

    Police negotiating with armed man in Melbourne

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    Heavily armed police are outside the house at Cooper Street in Epping attempting to negotiate with the man who has been inside the house for an hour. They started negotiating with the man before he "returned back inside", a spokesman said.
  • Trump confirms that he is being investigated for firing FBI Director

    Trump confirms that he is being investigated for firing FBI Director

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    Trump said he was "being investigated for firing the FBI Director by the man who told me to fire the FBI Director! Witch Hunt ", tweeted the president as he both confirmed a blockbuster Washington Post story from Wednesday and contradicted himself yet again about his decision to fire James Comey in May.
  • Queen's Birthday Honours: Glasgow's unsung heroes delighted to be included

    Queen's Birthday Honours: Glasgow's unsung heroes delighted to be included

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    Janet Dullaghan, head of commissioning for child health and wellbeing at the city council, has been recognised with an MBE for services to children during roles for both the council and NHS. The 74-year-old, a former Argus photographer, co-founded CAIR (Contact, Action, Inform, Represent) in 1979 which brings together smaller organisations representing disabled people and their carers on issues that affect them.
  • Brexit talks will begin on Monday despite Britain's political chaos

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    The source said talks with the small Northern Irish party were progressing well as meetings in Downing Street with all of the British province's main political leaders were taking place. Even some Republicans have grudgingly admitted if this investment is forthcoming from the central government in London it could be a good thing for Northern Ireland .
  • Shot US Congressman Scalise in Need of Additional Surgery

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    Scalise , who is also House Majority Whip, was shot in the hip resulting in bone fractures, internal organ injury, and serious bleeding. "I did tell Joe that I love him before the game and I love him after the game". Hodgkinson has been identified as the suspect in the Wednesday, June. President Trump and first lady Melania Trump visited Scalise in the hospital Wednesday night and brought him flowers.
  • Amazon to Acquire Whole Foods Market for $13.7 Billion

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    Whole Foods stores, almost all of which are in neighborhoods more affluent and younger than America as a whole, noted David Portalatin, the NPD Group's vice president of food industry analysis. While Whole Foods has struggled to expand, Amazon has been expanding its reach in goods, services, and entertainment. This is a good deal for Whole Foods as the last closing value for their shares was $33.