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Orlando Police Chief John Mina said officers realized Pettigrew was mentally distressed when they arrived. He pointed what looked like a real gun at officers and himself, authorities said. Police at Orlando International Airport say they are now negotiating with the alleged gunman, who is contained within the rental vehicle area of Terminal A.
  • Is a White House, Trump administration shake-up underway?

    Is a White House, Trump administration shake-up underway?

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    But Spicer also pointed to remarks from senior administration officials that "in general terms. back channels are an appropriate part of diplomacy". That piece says the ambassador, Sergei Kislyak, told Moscow that Kushner last December wanted to set up a secret communications channel that could include Russian gear in its embassy or consulate.
  • Pentagon: US successfully destroys ICBM target in defense test

    Pentagon: US successfully destroys ICBM target in defense test

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    He also hailed the test as a "critical milestone for this program". U.S. officials, however, will continue to evaluate the GMD's performance based upon telemetry and other data acquired during the test, the release added. There are 32 ground-based interceptors at Fort Greely, Alaska, and four at Vandenberg. The system has been plagued by engineering-related problems.
  • France's Macron, Alongside Putin, Denounces Two Russian Media For Election Meddling

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    After the talks, Russian President Putin told reporters that he invited France's new President Emmanuel Macron to come to Moscow. On May 7, Macron defeated right-wing rival Marine Le Pen , a Putin admirer. It also accused the Russians of having a hand in a massive cyberattack on key Macron aides. During the fraught election campaign, Macron's camp banned two Russian news outlets - state-funded Sputnik news agency and RT TV channel - from having media access to his campaign ...
  • Election day ahead: Amber Rudd up for debate as PM heads west

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    Following Mr Corbyn's surprise announcement, the Conservatives said there would be "no changes" to Mrs May's plans, and that she would be meeting voters rather than "swapping sound bites with six other politicians". 'By contrast, another five years of the Tories would be disastrous for our public services'. In a speech in London, Mr Corbyn will highlight new analysis showing that under Tory plans, 5.5 million people will find themselves on NHS waiting lists in England by 2022.
  • Texas Legislature advances school transgender bathroom law

    Texas Legislature advances school transgender bathroom law

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    The House approved Senate Bill 42, named the Judge Julie Kocurek Judicial and Courthouse Security Act, in a 140-0 vote . The measure is not almost as broad as Patrick wanted, as he had made legislating a sex-specific bathroom policy in state government buildings, colleges and schools a priority this year worthy of a special session.
  • Trump's communications director to quit

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    The White House was not the only part of the administration touting the trip, as the State Department briefing room was suddenly put to use for the first time in several weeks - in order to talk about the high points of Mr. Trump had divulged classified information to Russian officials at a White House meeting. "I think the President is very pleased with his team and he has a robust agenda, as I've just outlined, that he looks forward to working with Congress to get done to achieve the ...
  • Jack Nicklaus on Tiger Woods: 'He needs our help'

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    Woods, in a statement released on Monday night, blamed the incident on "an unexpected reaction to prescription medications ". According to a police report published USA media, Woods had extremely slow and slurred speech . "I think that he's struggling and I wish him well", Jack Nicklaus said Tuesday , talking to reporters ahead of the Memorial Tournament he will be hosting this weekend at Muirfield Village Golf Club .
  • Kroenke welcomes Wenger deal: He's the best man for Arsenal

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    The 67-year-old has been in charge of the London club for 21 years and his contract expires next month. It further extends an Arsenal tenure which began in 1996 and has seen him lead the club to ten major trophies - including going unbeaten on the way to the Premier League title in 2004.
  • Way to Impeachment: Real Reason For Hyping 'Russia's Secret Channel' Scandal

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    The White House has tried to downplay Kushner's contacts, and Trump himself issued a statement Sunday night saying that "Jared is doing a great job for the country". However, when host Brian Kilmeade asked about the Fox report saying that the Russians suggested the "back channel" as well as one Russian who Kushner met with being "blacklisted" by US intelligence, she was mum.
  • Aduana chilena se querella contra choferes que denunciaron a los 9 bolivianos

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    La querella fue ingresada el 19 de mayo por María del Pilar Barrientos al Juzgado de Garantía de Pozo Almonte contra Roberto Castro, Sergio Arqueros y Mario Challapa . Pero, según el diario chileno, tras el ingreso de ciudadanos bolivianos, " con vehículos y armamento ", a territorio chileno, los transportistas abandonaron el lugar .
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    Y eso es lo que estamos reclamando . El sindicalista dijo que hay " conversaciones informales " con el gobierno de María Eugenia Vidal y metió presión para que los vuelvan a convocar, al cuestionar que la Provincia "no tiene voluntad de avanzar" en las negociaciones salariales.
  • Canada's Economy Grows 3.7% on Domestic Demand: Takeaways

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    The Bank of Canada has adopted a more upbeat tone about the outlook and expected a "very strong" first-quarter result, but remains cautious given a number of uncertainties the economy faces, chief among them changes in USA trade policy, and relatively tame inflation.
  • President Trump Attacks 'Fake News' Again After Kushner Reports

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    While he has called his first trip overseas a "home run", it was shadowed by reports about Moscow's interference and possible improper dealings with the Trump campaign and associates. Kushner spoke with Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak about facilitating sensitive discussions to explore the incoming administration's options with Russia as it developed its Syria policy.
  • Times Square suspect charged with murder

    Times Square suspect charged with murder

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    One person was killed and 22 injured after a speeding vehicle rammed into pedestrians in Times Square , New York City, on Thursday. Police said Rojas accelerates as he turns onto the sidewalk and starts to strike down the first pedestrians.
  • Bihar Class 12 results: 64% students fail this year

    Bihar Class 12 results: 64% students fail this year

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    The only silver lining was that 73.76 per cent students appearing in the Commerce stream exams passed. The board also announced cash prize and laptops for top five toppers of Bihar Board examination on Tuesday. The authorities had chose to clean up the examination which had been beleaguered by the toppers' scam that broke out previous year and by allegations of cheating.
  • Thousands rally in Morocco for release of protest leader

    Thousands rally in Morocco for release of protest leader

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    Further details were not immediately available. Main developments since the death in October 2016 of a fishmonger in northern Morocco sparked social unrest in the long-marginalised Rif region. Smaller protests were also held in the capital Rabat and Casablanca but were broken up by police, Moroccan media reported. The 40 suspects then appeared before the public prosecution of Al Hoceima's court of first instance, which chose to press charges against them.
  • Wary Of North Korea, US Destroys Mock Warhead Over The Pacific

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    The Pentagon successfully shot down an intercontinental ballistic missile using its own upgraded long-range interceptor missile on Tuesday in what was widely seen as a test of U.S. The U.S. military sought to manage expectations ahead of the test, which it acknowledged could go either way, saying it would gain vital data regardless of whether its Ground-based Midcourse Defense (GMD) interceptor hit its target.
  • Reliance Communications to pare debt burden by Rs 25000 crore

    Reliance Communications to pare debt burden by Rs 25000 crore

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    According to RComm, the Rs 25,000 crore will cover all scheduled repayments, including substantial pre-payments to all lenders on a pro-rata basis. The company's net debt stood at Rs 44,345.3 crore as of Q4FY17 , which is an increase of 3.4% when compared to Rs 42,802.5 crore debt in Q4FY16.
  • Pentagon announces ICBM interceptor system a success

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    The interceptor was launched from Vandenberg Air Force Base in California, and it "intercepted and destroyed the target in a direct collision". The test "demonstrates that we have a capable, credible deterrent against a very real threat", Syring said .
  • United Nations chief says climate deal 'absolutely essential'

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    CBS News' White House Correspondent Major Garrett confirmed the expected withdrawal, saying that Trump has informed his closest advisers and confidantes of his decision but not yet world allies. Trump's administration has already begun the process of killing Obama-era climate regulations. The UN, he added, is working to show the USA how important it is-for both the country and the world-that it sticks to the commitments made in Paris.
  • Sony Xperia XZ Premium Up for Pre-orders in South Korea

    Sony Xperia XZ Premium Up for Pre-orders in South Korea

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    The Xperia XZ Premium will be available in Luminous Chrome, Bronze Pink, and Deepsea Black colors. It will support GSM cellular networks such as the ones supported by AT&T and T-Mobile . Featuring a 19MP main camera and 13MP front-facing camera, Xperia XZ Premium captures the world in stunning quality. It will come with Android 7.0 Nougat out of the box.
  • Unease about white supremacy grows after Portland stabbings

    Unease about white supremacy grows after Portland stabbings

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    One of the teenage girls targeted by Christian said she was with a friend who was wearing a hijab when he approached them and began hurling abuse. During a press conference on May 27, the special agent in charge of Oregon's Federal Bureau of Investigation, Loren Cannon, said it was too early for them to designate the Portland stabbing as an act of terrorism or a hate crime.
  • Palace thanks martial law supporters in Senate

    Palace thanks martial law supporters in Senate

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    Pangilinan made this appeal upon learning that the President announced that he would only listen to the military, and not to Congress and the Supreme Court, while deciding if the Martial Law needs to be extended beyond 60 days. The Philippines Congress is expected to convene this week to deliberate whether or not to extend the Martial Law beyond 60 days. This is also the intent of the framers of the Constitution: "to conduct a joint session of Congress", said Mr.
  • United States successfully shoots down mock warhead over Pacific

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    That program has also been in existence for more than a decade but only about half of the tests have been successful, according to the Defense Department. "This is the hardest thing the Pentagon has ever tried to do, as our almost 70 years of trying shows", according to Coyle. The Missile Defense Agency has said its extensive efforts to fix flaws with the interceptor's warhead have paid off.
  • Man arrested after guns, 90 rounds of ammo found outside Trump hotel

    Man arrested after guns, 90 rounds of ammo found outside Trump hotel

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    Police said in an email that 43-year-old Bryan Moles of Edinboro, Pennsylvania, was arrested early Wednesday at the hotel in downtown Washington . Authorities said in a report that officers acted on a tip about 1:50 a.m. A police report says a Glock pistol, a Bushmaster rifle, and ammunition were found in the man's vehicle outside of the hotel. Moles was arrested and charged with carrying a weapon without a license.
  • Trump to decide on U.S. role in Paris climate deal next week

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    He previously threatened to pull out. The Paris climate agreement within the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change, championed by former US President Barack Obama, was ratified by 143 countries. Why doesn't Donald Trump like the agreement? Trump had indicated on his global trip last week that he was thinking he would honor his campaign promise to withdraw from the agreement , according to CNN .
  • Trump lashes out at Germany over trade, Nato

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    In turn, German Chancellor Angela Merkel suggested over the weekend that her country's relationship with the U.S. had shifted. "The times in which we could rely fully on others - they are somewhat over", she added during, it should be noted, a campaign rally.
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    Mr Schiff said he expected Mr Kushner to appear before his committee, and suggested his security clearance be reviewed. "If he did not tell them about Ambassador Kislyak, well, then he would have a problem there", Judge Napolitano said.
  • Trump Wraps First Overseas Trip With Visit to US Troops in Italy

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    President Donald Trump couldn't return home from his first foreign trip without taking a quick victory lap. "The president was able to make some of the most unbelievable deals that have really been made by any administration ever", enthused his economic adviser Gary Cohn.
  • Leaked information 'undermines' Manchester attack probe

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    But when the trust between countries is breached, it harms the investigation, witnesses and victims' families. British Prime Minister Theresa May says progress is being made in the Manchester bombing investigation, even as a spat about leaks of sensitive material threatens to cast a shadow over her meeting with U.S.
  • Scores Dead, Hundreds Injured In Kabul Car Bombing

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    The area when the explosion went off is considered one of the safest in the city, with foreign embassies and government offices shielded by dozens of 10ft-high blast walls and guarded by police and national security forces. The area is also home to the Afghan presidential palace and government offices. The Canadian, Chinese, Turkish and Iranian embassies and Afghanistan's foreign ministry are also in the area of the blast.
  • Hit or miss, missile defense test is a key milestone

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    The US military has cheered a successful, first-ever missile defence test involving a simulated attack by an intercontinental ballistic missile, in a major milestone for a program meant to defend against a mounting North Korean threat. The step would mean even less launch warning time for the United States . North Korea's latest act Monday involved firing a short-range ballistic missile that landed in Japan's maritime economic zone.
  • Donald Trump condemns Oregon stabbing

    Donald Trump condemns Oregon stabbing

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    Two precious lives were lost this Memorial Day weekend in Portland and one more, almost so. If found guilty of the murder charges, Christian could face either life imprisonment or the death penalty. "We're here", Macy said. "'What you did was total kindness You're such a attractive man". "I just kept telling him, 'You're not alone". Meche's mother, Asha Deliverance, took to Facebook on Saturday to pay tribute to her son's heroic act.
  • Boston Scientific Co. (BSX) Raised to "B" at TheStreet

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    It has outperformed by 2.42% the S&P500. The sale was disclosed in a filing with the SEC, which is available at this hyperlink . Howe & Rusling Inc acquired 9,250 shares as Starbucks Corp (SBUX)'s stock rose 6.99%. Anheuser Busch Inbev Sa/N (NYSE:BUD) was reduced too. The stock decreased 0.55% or $0.31 on May 26, reaching $56.45. Other institutional investors have also recently made changes to their positions in the company.
  • Trump lashes out at Germany over trade, North Atlantic Treaty Organisation

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    Still, it is important to note that Merkel expressed her doubts about US support at a campaign event in Germany, where anti-Trump rhetoric plays very well generally. Although she's still leading in the polls , Shultz stands as a "formidable" rival , and should he rise victorious, German citizens now gain confirmation that neither their current leader nor her possible replacement will cave to Trump's intimidation tactics.
  • Trump very pleased with his communication team: WH

    Trump very pleased with his communication team: WH

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    U.S. President Donald Trump's communications director is leaving the job, the White House said on Tuesday, as the president considers wider staff changes to try to contain political damage from investigations into Russian Federation and his presidential campaign.
  • Trump Expected to Withdraw US From Paris Climate Accord

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    Withdrawal would risk making Mr Trump unpopular not only with his allies overseas, but also with activists at home . Federal energy minister Josh Frydenberg has told Sky News the government is committed it the Paris targets, but won't put pressure on the USA to remain in the agreement.
  • Mike Dubke, White House Communications Director, Resigns After 3 Months on Job

    Mike Dubke, White House Communications Director, Resigns After 3 Months on Job

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    CBS News' Major Garrett previously reported that a change in the White House communications team was coming due to Mr. Trump's frustrations with the direction of his agenda. "I'm wondering, Sean, if you could tell us when the president knew - whether the President knew at the time that Jared Kushner was seeking to establish back-channel communications at the Russian Embassy to the Russian government?" On Tuesday, Sean Spicer , the White House press secretary, held his first White ...
  • White House Gives Its Read on Trump's Tweets

    White House Gives Its Read on Trump's Tweets

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    Trump will also take more questions directly from the media, it reported . And does the White House have a communication issue? "I think the relationship that the president has had with Merkel he would describe as fairly unbelievable", Spicer told reporters gathered for the first daily press briefing since Trump returned from his first trip overseas as president.