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Portland Train Attack Suspect Yells

Portland Train Attack Suspect Yells "Free Speech or Die" In Courtroom

Wheeler had called on the USA government to revoke a permit for an event Sunday billed as a pro-President Donald Trump free-speech rally and not to issue a permit for the rally against Islamic law. Re...

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U.S. embassy in Israel not being relocated to Jerusalem, for now

Trump issued a six-month waiver signed by successive United States presidents since 1995, that blocks the Jerusalem Embassy Act - approved by Congress then - and that requires the American Embassy to ...

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Trump shares positive feedback on Paris climate accord withdrawal

Trump shares positive feedback on Paris climate accord withdrawal

Although Yale already has its own carbon reduction plan, the University has reached out to former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg - who is leading an effort to commit cities, states and corporat...

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VanWynsberghe takes 41st at national bee

VanWynsberghe takes 41st at national bee

Today, it's used more within Christian theology to describe the free will that allows people to accept or reject salvation. Edith Fuller , 6, from Tulsa, Okla., waits to spell her word in the 90th ...

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Trump interviews two more Federal Bureau of Investigation director candidates

Trump interviews two more Federal Bureau of Investigation director candidates

Although final details about Comey's testimony have not been worked out, a source told CNN it could come as early as the start of June. On Feb. 14, Trump allegedly asked Comey during a private m...

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Mattis turns up heat on North Korea and China

His sharp words for both countries suggested he believed China would, out of self-interest, pressure North Korea to halt its nuclear and missile programs even as Washington pushes Beijing to change ...

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Trump's lawyer will now answer all Russia-related questions, Spicer says

Trump's lawyer will now answer all Russia-related questions, Spicer says

Trump, six hours later, seemed to have a little fun with what appeared to be a simple typo. "Why did it stay up so long?" Perhaps the biggest bombshell to come out of the gaggle was the White Hous...

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Trump travel ban's fate hinges on emergency US high court request

The Supreme Court is nearly certain to step into the case because it nearly always has the final say when a lower court strikes down a federal law or presidential action. The government would need t...

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Wisconsin mill that exploded had been reprimanded on safety

Columbia County Sheriff Dennis Richards confirmed the second death at a news conference Thursday evening. Didion Milling Plant executive Derrick Clark says the worker's body was found June 2 in the ...

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Who from Upstate NY reached the Scripps National Spelling Bee finals?

Who from Upstate NY reached the Scripps National Spelling Bee finals?

She was also the victor of last year's regional bee. Ultimately, the top 40 spellers advanced to Thursday's finals. "I hope this setback will motivate Jeff to work harder next year". For more informat...

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New Health Care Plan Unlikely This Year, Republican Senator Says

Burr, chairman of the Senate Intelligence Committee, said that the House-passed American Health Care Act (AHCA) is "dead on arrival" in the Senate because he said, "It's not a good plan". At the s...

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Top House Intel panel Democrat rebukes chairman over subpoenas

At next week's hearing, Comey is expected to be asked about conversations in which Trump is reported to have pressured him to drop an investigation into former national security adviser Michael Fly...

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Memorable words from the National Spelling Bee

Memorable words from the National Spelling Bee

Now, she'll return only in a ceremonial role to help present the trophy to next year's victor. "Close. You win", Camerota said. The California sixth-grader who won the 90th Scripps National Spel...

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Democrats cry foul as House intelligence chairman issues 'unmasking' subpoenas

Democrats in the House Intelligence Committee blocked interviews of key witnesses in the committee's ongoing investigation into Russia's role in the 2016 presidential election, Politico reported Thu...

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Comey expected to testify that Trump pressured him to end Flynn probe

Comey's appearance would come as Mueller's investigation and staff is starting to take shape. Comey has notes of his conversations with Trump . Calls and emails to Kasowitz's NY firm were not immed...

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Kathy Griffin says the Trumps are 'trying to ruin my life forever'

Sources said Griffin had expected CNN "golden boy" Cooper to stand by her, but the news network swiftly announced she was sacked from the NYE broadcast with Cooper, which they've done together for 1...

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3rd worker found dead after blast at Wisconsin corn mill

3rd worker found dead after blast at Wisconsin corn mill

The blast occurred late Wednesday at the Didion Milling Plant in Cambria, a rural village about 45 miles (72 kilometers) northeast of Madison. Searchers recovered forklift driver Robert Goodenow's b...

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Sean Spicer Says 'Small Group' Know What Trump's Covfefe Tweet Meant

Sean Spicer Says 'Small Group' Know What Trump's Covfefe Tweet Meant

Spicer had no further information on Mr. Trump's decision on whether to back out of the Paris climate agreement , although Mr. Trump tweeted last week that he would have a decision sometime this...

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Trump not planning to invoke executive privilege to block Comey testimony

Trump not planning to invoke executive privilege to block Comey testimony

Amid a political firestorm touched off by Comey's firing, the Justice Department appointed a special counsel last month to take the lead on the Russian Federation investigation. Though Kasowitz was sp...

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Confederate statue removals part of New Orleans mayor legacy

Confederate statue removals part of New Orleans mayor legacy

The killer, Dylann Roof , was an avowed racist who brandished Confederate battle flags in photos.That reignited the debate over whether Confederate emblems represent racism or an honourable heritage....

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