• Trump reimbursed Cohen for Stormy Daniels payment: Rudy Giuliani
Trump reimbursed Cohen for Stormy Daniels payment: Rudy Giuliani

Daniels has sued Trump and Cohen to be released from the non-disclosure agreement, saying it was invalid because Trump never signed it. But if Cohen or Trump could establish that discussions with Daniels over the payment long predated his run for office, that could help them with the argument that the money was a personal rather than political ex...

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  • The Tinder Fire Continues To Burn In The Clear Creek Area
The Tinder Fire Continues To Burn In The Clear Creek Area

The cause of the fire remains under investigation, but authorities say it's believed to be human-caused. Coconino County Sheriff's officials on Sunday ordered the immediate evacuation of Moquis Ranchettes, Starlight Pines, Clear Creek, Timber Ranch, Tamarron, Pine Canyon, Blue Ridge Estates, Ponderossa Pines and Mogollon Ranches.

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  • U.S. trade delegation to visit China on May 3
U.S. trade delegation to visit China on May 3

Chinese and American officials will be trying to defuse tensions pushing the world's two largest economies toward trade war in meetings in Beijing beginning Thursday. But foreign companies are unhappy over requirements that they share key details about their technology to Chinese partners. It is considering invoking the International Economic Eme...

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  • Trump slams leaked questions in Russia probe
Trump slams leaked questions in Russia probe

It was not immediately clear in what context the possibility of a subpoena was raised or how serious Mueller's prosecutors were about such a move. The lawyers have been trying to negotiate ways to narrow the scope of a possible interview, which Mueller requested at the end of previous year.

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  • U.S. cautious on North Korea denuclearisation promises
U.S. cautious on North Korea denuclearisation promises

Trump claimed that the South Korean president gave the U.S. "tremendous credit" for this foreign policy achievement, and as he further discussed the Korean summit, the crowd started a boisterous chant calling for Trump to be awarded the Nobel peace prize.

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  • Facebook accidentally launches
Facebook accidentally launches "hate speech" button

The question was asked below every single post on some user feeds and some users said they felt like they were being censored by Facebook. Each post also gives the option to dismiss the question with a tiny "x" box to the right of the answers.

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  • PM Modi accuses Congress of allowing loots in banks
PM Modi accuses Congress of allowing loots in banks

He also accused the successive Congress governments at the Centre of allowing a handful of people to "loot" banks while denying loans to poor. The state police, however, earlier said the killings of a few people were "neither communal nor political".

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  • Trump blasts 'leak' of list of Mueller questions to president
Trump blasts 'leak' of list of Mueller questions to president

Jim Schultz, a former Trump White House lawyer, saw a "downside" to making the questions public, because it will be hard for Mueller to narrow the scope of the investigation. He has said it was because of how Comey handled himself in the 2016 election. And, Trump reportedly expressed relief to a group of Russian officials in the wake of firing Come...

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  • Government promises robust response after Lords defeat over Brexit plans
Government promises robust response after Lords defeat over Brexit plans

Fox said on Tuesday: "I think there's a very big debate now about whether the unelected house can actually thwart the view of the British electorate in a referendum and ... "That is not what the public voted for". "The prime minister said when the bill returns to the House of Commons, the government will be robust". "This is not.

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  • Amazon to create 3000 tech jobs with new Canada Post building headquarters
Amazon to create 3000 tech jobs with new Canada Post building headquarters

Currently, Amazon employees over 1,000 engineers and researchers in Vancouver, related to the company's worldwide retail business and Amazon Web Services (AWS). "Today's announcement is a testament to Canada's highly-skilled, diverse workforce and tremendous potential as an innovation and tech hub", said Trudeau.

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  • No burning today: We're under a red flag warning
No burning today: We're under a red flag warning

Search the DNR website , dnr.wi.gov, for keyword "fire" to continue to monitor the current fire danger and any burning restrictions . "Any outdoor burning is strongly discouraged today". They urge extreme caution during these unusually unsafe conditions. Warm, dry, gusty air fueled up concern Sunday for fire crews ready to respond at any mome...

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  • New record for biggest wave ever surfed
New record for biggest wave ever surfed

The wave, deemed to be 80 feet high, is now acknowledged by Guinness as the largest wave ever ridden. Koxa called the honor a "dream come true". Brazilian surfer Rodrigo Koxa rode an 80-foot wave at Nazare and lived to tell the tale.

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  • Did Michelle Wolf's WHCD Speech Go Too Far?
Did Michelle Wolf's WHCD Speech Go Too Far?

In another White House development, Stormy Daniels , the pornographic actress who claims she had an affair with Trump , escalated her legal fight Monday by suing the president for defamation. The star power dimmed appreciably past year when the famously thin-skinned Trump, who routinely slammed reporters as dishonest and their work as "fake ne...

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  • European Union trade chief makes final bid to ward off U.S. tariffs
European Union trade chief makes final bid to ward off U.S. tariffs

The EU, along with Australia, Argentina, Brazil, Canada, Mexico and South Korea, were granted a temporary reprieve, due to come to an end on May 1st. So far, South Korea is the only nation to be spared from the duties, though nations including France and Germany have been pushing for the European Union to be excluded.

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  • 'Bitter' Bill Cosby Preparing for Prison
'Bitter' Bill Cosby Preparing for Prison

Bill Cosby was found guilty of three counts of aggravated indecent assault on 26 April after he was accused of drugging and violating Andrea Constand in 2004. "Our decision was not influenced in any way by factors other than what we heard and saw in the courtroom", she wrote, per NBC News . "After thoughtful and meticulous consideration of th...

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  • Asylum-seeking migrant caravan reaches the US-Mexico border
Asylum-seeking migrant caravan reaches the US-Mexico border

Figueroa said he doesn't know if they would be allowed in and had not received word from US immigration officials. Most stopped well short of the United States, but yesterday, nearly 200 arrived at the border near San Diego . "We are not bringing any guns", 32-year-old Karen Gallo told CNN from the Mexican city of Puebla ."There are no jobs, no j...

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  • BBC reporter Ahmad Shah killed in Afghanistan attack
BBC reporter Ahmad Shah killed in Afghanistan attack

Several hours later, a suicide bomber in a vehicle attacked foreign military forces in the southern province of Kandahar, killing 11 children studying in a nearby religious school, police said. "This is a devastating loss and I send my honest condolences to Ahmad Shah's friends and family and the whole BBC News Afghan team", he said. In an an...

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  • Dozens killed as missiles hit Syrian military base
Dozens killed as missiles hit Syrian military base

Israel is known to have these weapons, which were acquired from the United States. "Iran is trying to destabilize the whole region, not only in Israel". Haaretz also said the strike was "likely" targeted at Iranian weapons stores, including surface-to-surface missiles, and that a security cabinet meeting was convened on Monday, April 30.

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  • Paul Manafort's Lawsuit Against Mueller Thrown Out By Federal Judge
Paul Manafort's Lawsuit Against Mueller Thrown Out By Federal Judge

District Judge Amy Berman Jackson, who also presides in one of Manafort's criminal cases, rejected his request for an order protecting him from future prosecutions by Mueller's team. Next week in a federal court in Alexandria, Virginia, Manafort will ask another judge to consider dismissing charges against him from the second indictment.

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  • Trump officials warn of arrests as migrant caravan reaches US border
Trump officials warn of arrests as migrant caravan reaches US border

Jeimy Pastora Castro is part of the caravan President Donald Trump's administration has accused of plotting to enter the USA illegally. "Both U.S. In early April, after scathing tweets from the USA president, organizers said the group had become so big that it was unwieldy and would end its journey in Mexico City rather than continuing to t...

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  • PM Modi, Xi Jinping Hit Reset, Military To Get The Message Too
PM Modi, Xi Jinping Hit Reset, Military To Get The Message Too

Modi and Xi agreed their countries should strengthen existing diplomatic mechanisms and improve lines of communication between the two militaries to ensure peace and tranquility along the lengthy border, Gokhale said. "It is the second largest shareholder of our region", Mr. Kong said. He said there was no disagreement between the two leaders at ...

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  • NASA cancels sending of a new lunar probe
NASA cancels sending of a new lunar probe

Resource Prospector has been a mission in early stages of development at NASA for several years. According to Clive Neal , a University of Notre Dame planetary scientist and emeritus chairman of the Lunar Exploration Analysis Group , members of the Resource Prospector mission were told to close out the project by the end of May.

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  • America opens first national memorial to lynching victims
America opens first national memorial to lynching victims

The Memorial looks to amplify it in the hopes of moving forward to find answers and build a better understanding for the future. Many of them, he said, "have never been named in public". A new memorial dedicated to acknowledging the horrors of lynching in America opened today in Alabama. In a plain brown building sits an office run by the Ala...

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  • Most oil refinery victims treated and released, 1 remains hospitalized
Most oil refinery victims treated and released, 1 remains hospitalized

As the fire came under control Thursday night, he said the focus shifted to a more widespread assessment of air quality conditions throughout the Lake Superior port community of 27,000. They said they didn't feel the explosion, but they could definitely see that big, black plume of smoke. "I was sitting right here", said Bill Clark, a cafe regu...

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  • Senate committee passes bill that would protect Mueller
Senate committee passes bill that would protect Mueller

We urge CHQ readers to call Senator Grassley's office (the toll-free switchboard number is 1-866-220-0044) tell him you think the Mueller witch hunt doesn't need protection, it needs to terminate immediately. Earlier Thursday, Trump again took aim at his Justice Department, suggesting Federal Bureau of Investigation agents and prosecutors were ...

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  • Russian lawyer at Trump Tower worked with Kremlin
Russian lawyer at Trump Tower worked with Kremlin

The emails were obtained by Dossier, an organization set up by Mikhail B. Khodorkovsky, a former tycoon who was stripped of his oil holdings, imprisoned and then exiled from his native Russian Federation. Trump Jr., along with the president's son-in-law, Jared Kushner , and then-campaign chairman Paul Manafort met with Veselnitskaya in June 2...

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  • Trump too 'busy' to get Melania a gift for her birthday
Trump too 'busy' to get Melania a gift for her birthday

Donald Trump didn't forget wife Melania's birthday, but his gift to her seems lackluster at best. Donald Trump has revealed he has been too busy to buy his wife Melania a birthday present. Trump added that he did get the first lady "a handsome card and some handsome flowers". First lady Melania Trump looks over at President Donald Tru...

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  • Migrant caravan at US-Mexico border prepares for mass crossing
Migrant caravan at US-Mexico border prepares for mass crossing

Ties between the United States and Mexico have been strained since Trump won the presidency in 2016 on the back of a campaign heavy on anti-Mexican rhetoric and promises to build a wall on the two countries' border and make Mexico pay for it.

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  • Father of gravely ill United Kingdom child Alfie Evans seeks hospital truce
Father of gravely ill United Kingdom child Alfie Evans seeks hospital truce

On Monday, Alfie's life-support equipment was switched off after a court ruling. For months, they have reiterated that further medical treatment for Alfie would not be in his "best interest". Judge Eleanor King retorted that the evidence did not show this was the case. Alfie's case has drawn global attention, with officials in largely Catholic ...

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  • Trump praises CNN's Anderson Cooper for James Comey town hall
Trump praises CNN's Anderson Cooper for James Comey town hall

Trump also said he may back out of his pledge to stay out of the Justice Department investigation. "I am very disappointed in my Justice Department". A discussion about Ronny Jackson, who withdrew Thursday as Trump's nominee for secretary of veterans affairs, led Trump to complain about Democrats moving slowly to confirm his appointees ("It's unb...

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  • Jacksonville Jaguars Owner Makes an Offer to Buy England's National Soccer Stadium
Jacksonville Jaguars Owner Makes an Offer to Buy England's National Soccer Stadium

Should the deal go ahead, then the England national team may be forced to play their home matches away from the hallowed turf, while it would also witness the birth of the first ever NFL franchise outside of the U.S. The FA has owned the new stadium, the largest in Britain, since its completion and still has around £150 million of debt to pay o...

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  • Waffle House shooting suspect set for first court appearance May 7
Waffle House shooting suspect set for first court appearance May 7

A friend and former co-worker in Colorado, John Turley, told The Associated Press that he never saw any hints of violence or aggression from Reinking during the months they knew each other. Police said this week the call was cleared with no report filed. When the dispatcher asks Reinking who is stalking him, he replies, "Taylor Swift!" Don Aa...

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  • 'Covert' effort to get Israelis held in Gaza: Netanyahu
'Covert' effort to get Israelis held in Gaza: Netanyahu

Two men on a motorcycle shot Fadi Al Batsh , an engineering lecturer at a Malaysian university, as he was on his way to a mosque early on Saturday. Calling for an last-minute press conference in Bukit Aman, Inspector-General of Police Tan Sri Mohamad Fuzi Harun said police managed to obtain the exact photograph with the help of the public and ...

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  • Tim Bergling, DJ and producer known as Avicii, dead at 28
Tim Bergling, DJ and producer known as Avicii, dead at 28

Avicii's family has thanked members of the public for their support and condolences in a statement. Bergling's publisher Sony/ATV also put out a statement on Friday, saying: "We are mourning the incredibly sad loss of an exceptionally creative talent who we have been honoured and proud to represent as one of our songwriters for a number of years...

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  • Self-styled 'godman' with millions of followers jailed for life for raping minor
Self-styled 'godman' with millions of followers jailed for life for raping minor

Asaram has built an empire of close to 400 ashrams estimated to be worth around Rs 10,000 crore. He has been jailed since then, with courts refusing multiple attempts at bail. The only statement came from DG Vanzara, a former Indian Police Service officer who is an accused in the alleged fake encounter of Ishrat Jahan, a case which dates back to 2...

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  • Lumentum et al. Plunge on DoJ Huawei Probe; Ciena's Gain?
Lumentum et al. Plunge on DoJ Huawei Probe; Ciena's Gain?

The probe was first reported by the Wall Street Journal on Wednesday. ZTE agreed to pay $892 million in fines and forfeitures in the Justice Department deal, at the time the largest US criminal fine against a Chinese company, with additional fines if it failed to comply with the deal.

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  • Minden Medical Center receives an 'A' for patient safety
Minden Medical Center receives an 'A' for patient safety

Leapfrog is inviting feedback on planned updates to its hospital safety grade methodology for Fall 2018. "Our growth and expansion isn't just about bringing our brand of health care to more Florida communities, it's also about delivering the best and safest care to every patient, every time", said Mike Schultz, President and CEO, Florida Hospi...

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  • Modi-Xi summit not like 1988 Rajiv-Deng meeting
Modi-Xi summit not like 1988 Rajiv-Deng meeting

During her visit, EAM will co-chair the sixth round of India-Mongolia Joint Consultative Committee (IMJCC) meeting with Foreign Minister Tsogtbaatar, covering a range of issues including inter alia, political, strategic, economic, educational and cultural ties.

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  • Photographer Wins Monkey Selfie Copyright Case, Court Slams PETA
Photographer Wins Monkey Selfie Copyright Case, Court Slams PETA

PETA appealed and argued that the US copyright laws do not specify that a work's creator has to be human. The Ninth Circuit refused to let the parties dismiss the case , and on Monday was critical of the settlement. But Naruto never gained much traction in court. Indeed, if any such relationship exists, PETA appears to have failed to live up...

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  • OnePlus is offering free Avengers: Infinity War tickets in India
OnePlus is offering free Avengers: Infinity War tickets in India

The company has also revealed that the new back panel will also support wireless charging. OnePlus continues to tease its upcoming flagship killer, the OnePlus 6 , but the Chinese company has yet to announce when it will be officially introduced and how much it will cost.

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  • Loyal family dog stays with little girl lost in Queensland bush
Loyal family dog stays with little girl lost in Queensland bush

She was found on the property more than a mile from the family home emergency services coordinator Ian Phipps told the Australian Broadcasting Corporation. Queensland Police tweeted: "SUCH A GOOD BOY, MAX!" "The dog kept pulling her towards the lights, and she said, 'I held him and we slept together, ' and she slept with the dog".

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  • Commodities: Aluminium futures sink as USA softens Rusal sanctions
Commodities: Aluminium futures sink as USA softens Rusal sanctions

Rusal is the world's second largest aluminum producer. Prices for alumina and aluminum have surged since the US enacted sanctions that Congress ordered for Russia's interference in the 2016 election. Deripaska's spokeswoman wasn't immediately available. A Century spokesman declined to comment. Trading on the HKSE was closed when the USA ann...

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  • Flyers hurt by key injuries in first-round loss to Penguins
Flyers hurt by key injuries in first-round loss to Penguins

In the second period of Game 5, the Penguins doubled their lead from 2-0 to 4-0 in 2:52. Sean Couturier also had a hat trick for the Flyers , who haven't won a Stanley Cup since 1975. Last night, the Philadelphia Flyers were kicked out of the 2017-18 playoffs after the Pittsburgh Penguins defeated them in heartbreaking fashion .

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  • Napoli ecstatic after 1-0 win over Juventus in Serie A
Napoli ecstatic after 1-0 win over Juventus in Serie A

Compounding Juve's last-gasp defeat is the fact Massimiliano Allegri's men arguably have the tougher run-in of the two sides, with the Derby d'Italia away to Inter coming up next Saturday, and a clash with Champions League semi-finalists Roma awaiting in the penultimate round of fixtures.

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  • Mexico, EU reach deal to update trade agreement
Mexico, EU reach deal to update trade agreement

The agreement also introduces a new platform for dialogue with civil society in all areas of the agreement, and strengthens the EU's and Mexico's actions on sustainable development and climate change. While some "technical issues" remained, Brussels said it expected to finalise the full legal text by the end of the year. "This trade was worth over ...

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  • Congress Releases James Comey's Memos On Donald Trump
Congress Releases James Comey's Memos On Donald Trump

Though he had previously wanted the memos discounted, Trump suddenly reversed and wanted the documents seen as authoritative. Mr Comey writes that he took the allegations seriously, adding that "portions of the material were corroborated by other intelligence".

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  • Russian Federation sanctions not on G7 agenda
Russian Federation sanctions not on G7 agenda

Their meeting comes days after North Korea pledged to suspend testing of its nuclear and long-range missiles and close its nuclear test site, and days ahead of this week's historic summit between North Korean leader Kim Jong-un and South Korean President Moon Jae-in.

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  • Reigning champion U.S. advances to Fed Cup finals
Reigning champion U.S. advances to Fed Cup finals

The United States has reached back-to-back Fed Cup finals for the first time since finishing runner-up in 2009-10 and last won consecutive Fed Cup titles in 1999-2000. France were always going to face an uphill task, missing a posse of established stars like world number seven Caroline Garcia in captain Yannick Noah's Fed Cup swansong.

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  • Bucks Hold On To Beat Celtics, Series Tied 2-2
Bucks Hold On To Beat Celtics, Series Tied 2-2

Boston Celtics guard Marcus Smart has been out for some time after injuring his thumb earlier in the year. Maker would finish the game with 5 blocks, constantly using his speed-length combo to wreak havoc on the defensive end. "It's a shot that (Morris) can make 10 out of 10 times ", Brown said. "Yeah that was something that (Rozier) did...

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  • 30 people die as tour bus crashes in North Korea
30 people die as tour bus crashes in North Korea

Kang said two Chinese nationals were also severely injured, but did not discuss the circumstances of the incident. "Lure content related to the defence industry suggests that a possible motive behind the intrusion attempt is gaining insider information on policy prescription to resolve the North Korean nuclear issue", said Bryce Boland, chief tec...

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