• Sean Spicer might be leaving White House podium

    Sean Spicer might be leaving White House podium

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    Among the potential candidates: conservative political commentator Laura Ingraham for press secretary and Daily Mail editor David Martosko for communications director. "The president owes him this much for all he's done for him". Previous reports have said that President Trump is looking to shake up his communications team, especially in the aftermath in the firing of former Federal Bureau of Investigation director James Comey .
  • United Kingdom election: Brexit plans in disarray

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    Scottish Conservative leader Ruth Davidson said she would insist on gay and lesbian rights, including the right to marry. The British Prime Minister Theresa May is struggling to reassert her leadership, having called an election three years early hoping to strengthen her hand going into Brexit negotiations - only to see the gamble backfire spectacularly.
  • Bodies of missing USS Fitzgerald sailors found in ship's flooded compartments

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    Last night, at a distance of about 56 nautical miles North-West of the Japanese island Yokosuka was a collision of destroyer USS Fitzgerald and the civilian merchant vessel. "Thoughts and prayers with the sailors of USS Fitzgerald and their families". In a statement released Saturday night the Navy said searchers gained access to flooded spaces that had been damaged during the crash.
  • Thousands participate in multiple funerals for 3 LeT Militants

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    The bodies of the three militants were handed over to their respective families on Saturday morning and a big funeral was held for Mattoo in which people from different parts of south Kashmir participated. Large deployments were made in all sensitive locations in Srinagar and parts of south Kashmir. Police also confirmed that the three Lashkar militants, including Matoo, were killed in the operation.
  • North Korea Has Successful 'Ground-to-sea Cruise Rocket' Launch

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    This is the site where earlier this week US aircraft carriers USS Carl Vinson and USS Ronald Reagan completed joint exercises with the South Korean navy. North Korea's claim of victory has not be independently verified. "If Japan is concerned about its security, it should not act (as) a poodle of the US but withdraw its hostile policy toward the DPRK and remove the USA military bases for aggression from its territory", a spokesman for the North's National Peace Committee of Korea was ...
  • Iran fires missiles at militant groups in eastern Syria

    Iran fires missiles at militant groups in eastern Syria

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    The launch of surface-to-surface medium range missiles into Syria's Deir Ezzor province comes as ISIL militants fleeing a US-led coalition onslaught increasingly try to fortify their positions there. The Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps, which accused Saudi Arabia of involvement in the attacks, had also vowed to avenge the attacks. Iran is allied with Syrian President Bashar al-Assad in the ongoing Syrian civil war.
  • Friend says Trump is considering 'terminating' Mueller

    Friend says Trump is considering 'terminating' Mueller

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    The friend, Christopher Ruddy , chief executive of Newsmax Media, who was at the White House on Monday, said on PBS NewsHour that Mr. Trump was "considering, perhaps, terminating the special counsel". "And I'm not going to speculate on what he will or will not do", Mr Sekulow said. Rosenstein noted that he is the only one who could fire Mueller , as Attorney General Jeff Sessions has recused himself from the Russian Federation investigation.
  • GOP baseball shooter had list of names, including Rep. Brooks

    GOP baseball shooter had list of names, including Rep. Brooks

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    All three members of the House whose names were reported by The Daily Caller are members of the conservative House Freedom Caucus. Franks added that "it's clear that (the shooting) was premeditated", but he declined to confirm the existence of a possible list, citing the ongoing investigation.
  • London fire: First victim named as Mohammed Alhajali

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    His brother Omar broke down in tears as he told of how Mohammed got trapped in the burning block as they both tried to flee their 14th floor flat. Mirna Ayoubi, who started the petition , wrote: "After the horrific inferno fire that engulfed the residents of Grenfell Tower Mohammad Alhajali passed away by choking to death from the smoke".
  • Rasmussen Tracking Poll: Donald Trump Reaches 50 Percent Approval

    Rasmussen Tracking Poll: Donald Trump Reaches 50 Percent Approval

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    President Donald Trump on Friday took a break from taking shots at the federal probe into whether he attempted to obstruct justice to tout a new poll showing his approval rating among Americans is 50 percent. Special counsel Robert Mueller has also been appointed to oversee the Russian Federation investigation. Mueller was appointed after Trump dismissed Comey, who had been leading the inquiry.
  • Tougher Trump line toward Cuba delights hardliners on island

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    Anti-President Donald Trump protester chants anti-Trump slogans during the president's visit to the Manuel Artime Theater, Friday, June 16, 2017, in Miami. But the changes would ultimately meet four objectives, according to the White House: Ensure compliance with USA law, hold the Cuban government accountable for alleged human rights abuses, further the interests of the US and the Cuban people, and "empower the Cuban people to develop greater economic and political liberty".