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Supreme Court? He's already sent one ideologue there. Who does he think he's going to sue, Brett Kavanaugh? At the same time, the majority of Americans support access to reproductive choice, so the court would be dismantling not only precedent, but also its own legitimacy with the American public by challenging women's Constitutional right to privacy to determine their own medical treatment.
  • David Davis quits as Brexit Secretary

    David Davis quits as Brexit Secretary

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    Two years after Britain voted 52 percent to 48 percent to leave the European Union, May is trying to find a middle way between two starkly differing views -within her party and the country - of the UK's relationship with Europe. We've made it to the first World Cup semi-final since 1990, and by next week that trophy could be back in the UK. Brexit hardliners welcomed his move, with Conservative MP Peter Bone saying: "The PM's proposals for a Brexit in name only are not acceptable".
  • 4 rescued from Thai cave in risky operation; 9 remain inside

    4 rescued from Thai cave in risky operation; 9 remain inside

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    On Sunday four members of the "Wild Boar" team were successfully brought out from the cave, after authorities decided they had to rush ahead with a rescue operation to beat monsoon rains. Each had to wear an oxygen mask to enable normal breathing, authorities said. After the four boys were removed from the cave, heavy rain started falling.
  • GOP ex-Sen. Jon Kyl will be the 'Sherpa' for SCOTUS nominee

    GOP ex-Sen. Jon Kyl will be the 'Sherpa' for SCOTUS nominee

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    Later, he tweeted that he was looking forward to the announcement and that an "exceptional person will be chosen!" President Trump has decided on his nominee for the Supreme Court, a source with knowledge of the search told Fox News, though the name of the pick still is not known.
  • United Kingdom in turmoil, President Donald Trump says ahead of visit

    United Kingdom in turmoil, President Donald Trump says ahead of visit

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    Not fair to the U.S. taxpayer. Woody Johnson, Trump's ambassador to the United Kingdom, said the president is aware of the planned protests but insisted that Trump "appreciates free speech" in both countries. Change is Coming! " Trump said on Twitter in June in posts that specifically called out Germany. Some of Europe's counters to Trump, including May and German Chancellor Angela Merkel , arrive with heavy domestic political baggage of their own, making them vulnerable in ...
  • 'Appreciate your allies, you don't have many,' Tusk tells Trump

    'Appreciate your allies, you don't have many,' Tusk tells Trump

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    Mr Trump has repeatedly expressed his anger some European countries, the United Kingdom excepted, do not spend at least two per cent of GDP on defence. Frankly, Putin may be the easiest of all'. Trump fully supports the concept that the European allies need to increase defense spending to the 2% of GDP goal.
  • Microsoft Surface Go announced: compact, light and only $399

    Microsoft Surface Go announced: compact, light and only $399

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    This gold processor is the big question mark in the whole Surface Go idea as we are yet to see whether it will be powerful enough to drive demanding Windows applications. The Surface Go's price is deceptively cheap; with the cost of accessories, the price quickly increases . And while the Surface has its diehard fans, myself included, it's still a relatively niche product for Windows power users.
  • Third rescue mission to save trapped soccer kids underway

    Third rescue mission to save trapped soccer kids underway

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    The media greeted the news with cheers. The race to save their lives before the monsoon rains hit have since become an worldwide effort! Reporters near the cave site said heavy rain had been " bucketing down " for hours and that " cave flooding is possible soon ".
  • Brett Kavanaugh picked for Supreme Court by President Trump

    Brett Kavanaugh picked for Supreme Court by President Trump

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    Two candidates on President Donald Trump's list of potential Supreme Court nominees - federal appeals court Judges Brett Kavanaugh and Amy Coney Barrett - were singled out for praise Sunday by a top legal adviser to the president, indicating they remain prominent in the search.
  • President Trump Picks Brett Kavanaugh for Supreme Court

    President Trump Picks Brett Kavanaugh for Supreme Court

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    Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) said on "Fox News Sunday". He was succeeded by Republican Jeff Flake in 2012 and is now senior counsel at Covington & Burling, the powerhouse bipartisan law and lobbying firm that boasts not just Kyl but also the likes of former Democratic Rep.
  • Trump names Supreme Court nominee

    Trump names Supreme Court nominee

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    For millions of evangelical Christians, President Trump's announcement Monday night was the vision they held in their heads as they stepped into the polling booth nearly two years ago: a Republican president, filling the Supreme Court with more conservative justices who might drastically curtail access to legal abortion and advance other conservative Christian priorities.
  • Trump Confident Kim Will 'Honor' Their Contract, Handshake On Denuclearization

    Trump Confident Kim Will 'Honor' Their Contract, Handshake On Denuclearization

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    His two days of talks with senior North Korean officials had "made progress", and included a "detailed and substantive discussion about the next steps towards a fully verified and complete denuclearization , he said . Asked if he discussed any timetable or declaration of nuclear and missile facilities in the North, Pompeo only said he discussed a lot of issues with the North Korean officials and that there is "still much work to do to establish a precise time line".
  • Trump to be greeted with 'Trump baby' blimp in London

    Trump to be greeted with 'Trump baby' blimp in London

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    Campaigners raised nearly £18,000 for the helium-filled six-metre high figure, which they said reflects Mr Trump's character as an "angry baby with a fragile ego and tiny hands". Huge protests are expected when Trump visits Britain next week, where he will meet Prime Minister Theresa May and Queen Elizabeth II. "Disdain for Trump and his hateful agenda unite neighbours and political opponents, brings people of faith and those of no faith together".
  • Brexit Secretary makes his own political exit

    Brexit Secretary makes his own political exit

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    The 69-year-old had reportedly threatened to quit several times over a perceived lack of firmness in Britain's negotiating stance but had remained strictly loyal to the prime minister in public. LONDON - Pro-Brexit Conservative MPs have put together an 18-page critique of Theresa May's Brexit plan, in which the prime minister's proposal for a soft exit is described as a "worst of all words "Black Hole Brexit".
  • Trump to meet Queen, May on visit next week to Britain

    Trump to meet Queen, May on visit next week to Britain

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    The US President is due to arrive on Thursday afternoon (July 12), straight from the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation summit. " Trump's visit is an important moment to recognise our close relationship", the spokeswoman said. Organisers are laying on buses from more than a dozen British cities to the protest, urging attendees to "bring banners, loudhailers, sound systems and everything you need to kickstart the revolution".
  • Syrian govt., rebels reach ceasefire deal

    Syrian govt., rebels reach ceasefire deal

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    It also underscores America's remarkable declining role and influence in Syria . The pro-Assad alliance commander said an Israeli air strike had hit a Syrian village in Quneitra on Friday, causing no casualties. For the past week, Syria's southern Daraa province has been the target of heavy shelling by the Assad regime amid attempts by the latter to reassert control of the region.
  • Trump mulls Supreme Court choice from 2 or 3 candidates

    Trump mulls Supreme Court choice from 2 or 3 candidates

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    Perhaps it's possible Hatch knows Trump's selection, as the president privately told a small group of people on Wednesday he had made his decision. As a candidate, Trump said he would nominate justices who would reverse Roe , and he has worked to repeal and weaken the Affordable Care Act, or Obamacare.
  • Growing Fire Destroys Buildings in Santa Barbara

    Growing Fire Destroys Buildings in Santa Barbara

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    The Klamathon Fire more than doubled in size Friday night, roaring to 21,800 acres on the OR and California border. The flames are now moving southeast away from Oregon. It was only 5 percent contained by Saturday, and had destroyed 20 buildings, according to the Associated Press. Also near San Diego, firefighters were battling the 10-acre Building Fire .
  • MA businesses fearing impact of U.S.-China trade war

    MA businesses fearing impact of U.S.-China trade war

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    Beijing insists it's the injured party. As the world's most developed nation and the rule-maker of the current global governing system, there is "astounding absurdity" in the US complaining that it's been bullied in trade, the People's Daily , the flagship newspaper of the Communist Party of China, said in a Chinese language commentary on Friday.
  • Federation Internationale de Football Association invites trapped Thai boys to World Cup final

    Federation Internationale de Football Association invites trapped Thai boys to World Cup final

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    Narongsak Osottanakorn, chief of the rescue mission, told reporters Saturday that weather conditions and the boys' physical health are good enough to try the complicated exit through the cave's narrow, flooded passages. As the monsoon rains begin, water is being pumped out of the caves and a plan is being developed to bring them to safety. "We hope they will come outside soon", she said.
  • Courtois speaks on mocking England goalkeeper, Pickford

    Courtois speaks on mocking England goalkeeper, Pickford

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    Pickford produced a flying save before Colombia scored their equaliser and then brilliantly kept out Carlos Bacca's spot-kick in the shootout. The loss of James, who played sparingly in Colombia's first and third matches and sat out the Cafeteros' round-of-16 loss Tuesday night to England in a penalty shootout due to a calf injury, was a particularly tough blow.
  • Woman Who Asked Pruitt to Resign Hopes Confrontation 'Empowers' All

    Woman Who Asked Pruitt to Resign Hopes Confrontation 'Empowers' All

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    George H.W. Bush's administration. But Pruitt went far beyond that and made every effort to turn the environmental agency into a rubber stamp for industry. Deputy administrator Andrew Wheeler will become acting head of the EPA starting Monday. Mr Trump's long-serving adviser Hope Hicks quit her role as White House communications director in February, while the president's chief strategist Steve Bannon left his post last August.
  • North Korea official jokes to Pompeo: 'Pay taxes' for visit

    North Korea official jokes to Pompeo: 'Pay taxes' for visit

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    If the nuclear talks bog down, it could mean curtains for inter-Korean detente. A prominent advocate for U.S. "Now the North Korean nuclear and missile threat has (abated) conspicuously". Lee, who plans to bring two or three North Korean players to the Asian Games, said he was impressed with "No. 9 and No. 7 on Team Peace, " referring to North Korea's Ri Jong Ok and Jang Mi Kyong.
  • President Trump closes in on Supreme Court pick; 3 judges top list

    President Trump closes in on Supreme Court pick; 3 judges top list

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    Conservatives and some libertarian-leaning Republicans , including Sen. The list was put together by The Federalist Society , a national organization of conservative lawyers that played a central role in the confirmation of three high-court justices: John Roberts, Samuel Alito and Neil Gorsuch.
  • China Blasts US for 'Opening Fire on the Entire World' With Tariffs

    China Blasts US for 'Opening Fire on the Entire World' With Tariffs

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    China was previously slated to begin imposing its tariffs about 12 hours earlier due to the time difference, according to multiple reports. According to BMI's Mr. Noting reports that the United States could add a tax on essentially every product shipped from China, Gao said "using the tariff stick to bully on trade runs against the trend of the times".
  • 'Abolish Ice' Rallying Cry Raises Tricky Political Questions

    'Abolish Ice' Rallying Cry Raises Tricky Political Questions

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    Yet how serious is a policy when you have no idea what the facts of the matter really are? It is one he can win - and Democrats calling to eliminate ICE will have given him a potent weapon with which to do it. Fifty-two percent of Democrats and 65 percent of liberals also say "the government is too aggressive ... in deporting those who are in this country illegally", according to the poll .
  • Ky. Judge Not On Top 3 List For Supreme Court Position

    Ky. Judge Not On Top 3 List For Supreme Court Position

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    GOP Sen. Susan Collins of ME has often been a thorn in Trump's side. Collins, as a moderate Republican, is in a key position to influence the debate over who will replace retiring Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy , along with colleague Sen.
  • USA envoy meets with North Korea officials at DMZ

    USA envoy meets with North Korea officials at DMZ

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    The official also argued that it would be hard to inspect North Korean nuclear and missile facilities in a conventional way involving "hundreds" of global investigators, as Pyongyang would be unlikely to accept. "The reports are just a good reminder of how complicated and hard it is to denuclearize the North", said Shin Beomchul, director at the Asan Institute for Policy Studies' Center for Security and Unification in Seoul.
  • Two NU alumnae on Trump's shortlist for Justice Kennedy replacement

    Two NU alumnae on Trump's shortlist for Justice Kennedy replacement

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    In the Oval Office on Monday, he said the "four potential justices" he met that morning were "incredible people in so many different ways". The president is considering his high court pick from a list curated with extensive input from right wing think tanks , which, it would stand to reason, would have been sure to exclude pro-choice candidates.
  • County Fire Grows To 70,000 Acres

    County Fire Grows To 70,000 Acres

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    The largest blaze, the Spring Fire in southern Colorado , has burned almost 23,000 hectares, destroyed an unknown number of structures, and has forced the hundreds of residents to evacuate their homes, fire officials said. Hot winds fuelled the massive fire that prompted evacuations in rural northern California and had pushed the flames into a neighbouring county.
  • US would be at war with North Korea 'if not for me'

    US would be at war with North Korea 'if not for me'

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    Pyongyang does not intend to fully surrender its nuclear stockpile and tries to deceive the U.S. about the number of its nuclear warheads and the existence of undisclosed facilities , the Washington Post reported, citing U.S. "I really believe he means it", the president said on Fox News Channel's "Sunday Morning Futures with Maria Bartiromo". NBC News quoted intelligence officials as saying Pyongyang has in fact been increasing fuel production for nuclear weapons at several hidden sites.
  • Doubts on North Korean denuclearization shadow Pompeo visit

    Doubts on North Korean denuclearization shadow Pompeo visit

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    On Sunday's " Face the Nation ", Bolton would not address the Washington Post article, arguing the administration had a plan to fully dismantle their nuclear program. According to some reports, Pompeo may make another visit to North Korea this week for more talks. But, he said, "it does mean it will take time, likely years".
  • Russian talks with rebels over south Syria collapse

    Russian talks with rebels over south Syria collapse

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    After talks with Moscow, a wave of rebel areas in the south agreed in recent days to a government takeover in exchange for an end to almost two weeks of ferocious air strikes and barrel bombing. A schism appears to be forming among opposition authorities in southwestern Syria over ongoing negotiations with the Syrian government on Monday, after a prominent rebel faction reportedly agreed to a preliminary reconciliation deal with Russian negotiators on Sunday evening.
  • Gangster escapes French prison by helicopter

    Gangster escapes French prison by helicopter

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    In a dramatic style, Faid's associates hijacked a helicopter and made the pilot land it in a prison courtyard that was not protected by anti-aircraft setting. Faid and his accomplices are believed to have ditched the airplane and escaped by vehicle. The men then continued their getaway by auto, changing vehicles along the way.
  • 150,000 Flee Daraa towards Jordan, Israeli-Occupied Golan Heights

    150,000 Flee Daraa towards Jordan, Israeli-Occupied Golan Heights

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    Russian efforts to impose a broad ceasefire in south-west Syria broke down at the weekend, prompting the Syrian regime to undertake fresh air raids . The statement said Russian Federation and Iran were violating the agreement they made and that it was "no surprise" that they proved to be "totally untrustworthy".
  • Trump orders U.S. flags lowered to honor 5 slain at newspaper

    Trump orders U.S. flags lowered to honor 5 slain at newspaper

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    Ramos is unemployed and lives alone, according to testimony presented at the hearing. Ramos appeared in an Annapolis courtroom via video feed. He was dressed in blue detention clothing. "I write about this stuff - not necessarily to this extent, but shootings and death - all the time ", he said. Police said Friday that Ramos had been investigated in 2013 for making threats against the newspaper online, but the Gazette decided not to press charges at the time .
  • Democrats embrace of ‘abolish ICE’ seen as risky move to the left

    Democrats embrace of ‘abolish ICE’ seen as risky move to the left

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    Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand (D-N.Y.) became the first sitting senator to say the USA should "get rid of" ICE: "start over". "The separation of immigrants, children from their parents, and now the detention of whole families indefinitely is inhumane, and there is no legal or ethical way to justify it", an Occupy ICE protester told the Free Press Wednesday .
  • Watch Moment the Aircraft Crashes Into Under-Construction Site in Mumbai

    Watch Moment the Aircraft Crashes Into Under-Construction Site in Mumbai

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    The fuselage had broken into several pieces and one piece was recovered at least 50 metres away while some other portions of the plane burnt in the premises of an under-construction building, reported IANS. Among all these videos, there is a clip of one of the crash victims engulfed in fire, which sends a chill down the spine. "I interacted with the Bureau team at the crash site today and also spoke to half a dozen eye witnesses".