• Source Close to Demi Lovato Disputes Heroin Overdose Report
Source Close to Demi Lovato Disputes Heroin Overdose Report

Lovato was scheduled to appear on Fox game show Beat Shazam on Tuesday night at 7, but Fox sent out a statement that "in light of recent reports, we have made a decision to replace the episode of Beat Shazam with another all-new episode".

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  • Security clearances: What exactly can Trump do?
Security clearances: What exactly can Trump do?

Former intelligence officials usually keep their security clearance but rarely use it, sometimes providing advice to successors. Sen. Rand Paul announced earlier Monday he would be asking the President to revoke Brennan's access after he accused the president of "treason" after his historic Helsinki Summit with Vladimir Putin.

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  • Syrian 'White Helmets' flee to Jordan
Syrian 'White Helmets' flee to Jordan

The United States and Russian Federation hailed the evacuation by the Israeli military of a Syrian volunteer civil organization from a volatile border area near the Golan Heights , although the two powers saw the operation in a sharply differing manner.

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  • Trump responds to Cohen taping: 'Your favourite president did nothing wrong'
Trump responds to Cohen taping: 'Your favourite president did nothing wrong'

President Donald Trump on Saturday went on the offensive against his own former personal lawyer after it was reported that Michael Cohen secretly recorded conversations he had with Trump, something the president called "totally unheard of & perhaps illegal".

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  • Ocasio-Cortez's high profile spurs fears of Dem rift
Ocasio-Cortez's high profile spurs fears of Dem rift

Pelosi as a prolific fund raiser with a notable legacy. He said a team of volunteers from Ocasio-Cortez's campaign is "staying up all night" working on a version of the app other campaigns can use. And despite surging energy among leftist Democrats in the Trump era, it was unclear if there were enough votes in the 3rd District for a liberal Democra...

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  • Trump tells Iran 'never, ever threaten' U.S. after Rouhani's war talk
Trump tells Iran 'never, ever threaten' U.S. after Rouhani's war talk

The report quoted Mr Rouhani as saying that "American must understand well that peace with Iran is the mother of all peace and war with Iran is the mother of all wars ". This time, he is addressing it to Iran - and you can tell he means it because it's ALL IN CAPITALS. Trumps eruption on Twitter came after a week of heavy controversy about Rus...

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  • Deadly Trader Joe's shooting started with domestic feud
Deadly Trader Joe's shooting started with domestic feud

Lopez described the suspect as an adult black male. It was not immediately known whether that woman was part of the shooting before the grocery store standoff. "We will continue to do whatever we can to support them". At one point, President Trump tweeted he was keeping an eye on the situation and that LAPD was working with federal authorities ...

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  • Mass shooting in Toronto, many said to be injured
Mass shooting in Toronto, many said to be injured

It was not immediately clear whether he killed himself or was killed by police. Thirteen others were injured , ranging in ages from 10 to 59, Toronto Police Chief Mark Saunders said at a Monday news conference. "It's not gang related. It would shoot, there'd be a pause, we heard more shooting, and then a pause and then more shooting", The ...

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  • Trump says 'I gave up nothing' during Putin meeting
Trump says 'I gave up nothing' during Putin meeting

As President Donald Trump found himself under pressure from his own party this past week, Republican U.S. Rep. Lou Barletta of Pennsylvania reached for his shield. That's why such a large segment of President's Trump's remarks during the question and answer period in Helsinki focused not on Russia's meddling, but on the questions of whether h...

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  • Duck boat accident survivors join hundreds at memorial service
Duck boat accident survivors join hundreds at memorial service

The report said that passengers - due to their natural buoyancy, especially if they are wearing life jackets - can become trapped against the canopy as the vessel sinks, unable to swim down to openings along the side. Spokesmen said the Department of Transportation doesn't regulate duck boats because they're amphibious, and the Department of Publ...

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  • Los Angeles police report possible hostage situation at Trader Joe’s
Los Angeles police report possible hostage situation at Trader Joe’s

The episode began around 1:30 p.m. on Saturday when Atkins got into an argument at a South Los Angeles residence with his grandmother and allegedly shot her seven times, police said . Several people climbed out of windows and down ladders to escape, while others ran to a nearby business to hide. A woman inside the store was killed, Mayor Eric ...

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  • Syrian army retakes territories near Golan Heights
Syrian army retakes territories near Golan Heights

Israel's military said the overnight operation was "an exceptional humanitarian gesture " at the request of the United States and European allies due to an "immediate threat to the [Syrians] lives". The U.S. State Department said in a statement that it welcomed the operation and renewed its call on "the Assad regime and Russian Federation to ab...

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  • U.S. urges United Nations sanctions until NK acts on denuclearisation
U.S. urges United Nations sanctions until NK acts on denuclearisation

Russia's deputy United Nations ambassador, Dmitry Polyansky , said that Pompeo confirmed the USA "will seek the full denuclearization" of North Korea. On Thursday, Russia and China moved to block the US, putting a six-month hold on the request. Earlier, Pompeo had said he and Trump are optimistic that progress is taking place.

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  • Montenegro Has Very Strong People. Very Aggressive People
Montenegro Has Very Strong People. Very Aggressive People

A Montenegro undefended by American troops is not a gateway to Russian dominance. I've asked the same question. "I've asked the same question", Trump answered. "It might be music for their ears, but still I believe that we are not less safe", he said. Tucker quickly interjected by saying he was "not against Montenegro" and added that any countr...

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  • At RNC meeting, no one is sweating Trump-Putin summit
At RNC meeting, no one is sweating Trump-Putin summit

The assessment found that Russian efforts favored Trump and the Republican Party, but Nielsen would not definitively comment on that piece of the report. She denounced Trump's "frightened fawning over Putin" as a threat to American democracy and called on House Speaker Paul D. Ryan (R-Wis.) to declare that the Russian leader was not - and would n...

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  • Trump Attorneys Waive Attorney-Client Privilege on Secret Recording, Sources Say
Trump Attorneys Waive Attorney-Client Privilege on Secret Recording, Sources Say

He said Trump did not know he was being recorded and claimed that the president had done nothing wrong. Speaking to the NYT, he said that the recording, less than two minutes long, would show that while the discussion of payments did occur, no payment was ever made and would prove that the current president did nothing wrong.

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  • Indiana family, Missouri couple among duck boat victims
Indiana family, Missouri couple among duck boat victims

Investigators from the National Transportation Safety Board arrived in Branson on Friday to examine the accident. Seventeen people, including nine members of a single family, died Thursday when a duck boat carrying tourists capsized on a Missouri lake.

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  • Russia FM Phones Pompeo, Says Butina Held on ‘Fabricated Charges’
Russia FM Phones Pompeo, Says Butina Held on ‘Fabricated Charges’

Then on Thursday, the White House said Trump "disagrees" with Putin's offer to allow US questioning of 12 Russians who have been indicted for election interference in exchange for Russian interviews with the former USA ambassador to Russia and other Americans the Kremlin accuses of unspecified crimes.

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  • Tracking Trump and parsing Putin: WEEKLY FACT CHECK
Tracking Trump and parsing Putin: WEEKLY FACT CHECK

The announcement of a second summit comes as US officials have been mum on what, if anything, the two leaders agreed to in Helsinki during their more than two-hour one-on-one meeting, in which only translators were present. It was Congress' first formal rebuke of Trump's actions from the summit and its aftermath. "Given this history, the ...

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  • Mystery Egyptian Sarcophagus Is Finally Opened
Mystery Egyptian Sarcophagus Is Finally Opened

Inside were three disarticulated skeletons floating in sewer water, said archaeologist Shaaban Abdul on the Ministry of Antiquities' Facebook page . The skeletons discovered inside the coffin will be transferred to the Alexandria National Museum for restoration, the Ministry of Antiquity said on its website.

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  • European Union president to visit Donald Trump for trade talks
European Union president to visit Donald Trump for trade talks

Nearly every major auto manufacturer, from foreign companies like Hyundai to American brands like GM and Ford, has submitted comments to the Commerce Department warning about the possible effect of tariffs on USA auto workers and consumers.

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  • Trump takes U-turn, blames Putin for 2016 U.S. poll meddling
Trump takes U-turn, blames Putin for 2016 U.S. poll meddling

President Trump on Wednesday insisted he's confident in his intelligence agencies' findings that Russia meddled in the 2016 election - but didn't want to call Russian strongman Vladimir Putin a liar for denying Moscow's interference. "I have said that numerous times before, and I would say that is true, yeah", Trump said in response. Ban...

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  • 'Time' morphs Trump and Putin's faces in horrifying cover you'll never unsee
'Time' morphs Trump and Putin's faces in horrifying cover you'll never unsee

In an interview with CBS News, Trump told Jeff Glor he holds Putin responsible for the meddling, in his capacity as leader of Russian Federation. Senate Democrats want U.S. Ambassador to Russia Jon Huntsman Jr. and other high-ranking officials to testify before Congress about President Donald Trump's private meeting with Russian President...

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  • Trump OK'd disclosure of Russian indictments
Trump OK'd disclosure of Russian indictments

In Tuesday's statement, Trump also said: "I accept our intelligence community's conclusion that Russia's meddling in the 2016 election took place". "In a key sentence in my remarks I said the word ´would´ instead of ´wouldn´t´", Trump said , speaking at the White House ahead of a meeting with Republican lawmakers.

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  • Israel, Russia restore post-Yom Kippur War order on Syrian border
Israel, Russia restore post-Yom Kippur War order on Syrian border

In nearby Quneitra Province, the Syrian army has also managed to wrest control over several areas. The Britain-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said "frenzied" overnight bombing in Nawa and the town's surroundings continued into Wednesday, with at least 350 missiles launched.

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  • Pro-Brexit Lawmakers Push UK Towards New Referendum
Pro-Brexit Lawmakers Push UK Towards New Referendum

Resignation statements like Mr Johnson's have previously been used by former ministers to inflict a departing blow on prime ministers with whom they have clashed. In my view, it's take this seriously or we are heading for no deal. She told The House magazine: "The EU has simply not taken us seriously so far in terms of the future agreement".

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  • Trump Says Russia to
Trump Says Russia to "help with North Korea"

The move came ahead of a meeting on Friday between US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and the Security Council in NY on Washington's drive to persuade North Korea to scrap its nuclear and missile programmes. "If necessary, penalties will be imposed". "These sales and any other transfer must immediately stop since the United States believes the DPR...

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  • 'Ride the Ducks' boat capsizes on Table Rock Lake in Missouri
'Ride the Ducks' boat capsizes on Table Rock Lake in Missouri

Several other passengers were injured and taken to hospital following the incident on the "Ride the Ducks" craft on Table Rock Lake, Stone County, near Branson, Missouri, the fire district said in tweets . The boats' history dates back to World War II, when such vessels were a common sight due to their versatility. She said the boat was out of...

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  • 'It's Called Trump Derangement Syndrome!': Trump Defends Putin Summit, Slams 'Haters'
'It's Called Trump Derangement Syndrome!': Trump Defends Putin Summit, Slams 'Haters'

CNBC interviewer Michelle Caruso-Cabrera asked Bannon about all the indications that President Donald Trump likes President Vladimir Putin of Russian Federation. "There's a lot of people out there". USA intelligence officials have said Russia's efforts to undermine elections are continuing and now target the November 6 congressional electio...

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  • Israel strikes Gaza militant sites, Palestinians fire rockets
Israel strikes Gaza militant sites, Palestinians fire rockets

Israel has accused Hamas and other Palestinian militant organisations of co-ordinating the arson attacks but numerous perpetrators are believed to be teenagers and children as young as... Palestinians in Gaza view the balloons and kites as legitimate resistance against Israel's more than a decade-long blockade. Hamas on Saturday said the barrage ...

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  • NWS Forecast: Hot, Stormy Tuesday With Possible Flooding
NWS Forecast: Hot, Stormy Tuesday With Possible Flooding

Some storms could have gusty winds, small hail and frequent cloud-to-ground lightning. Wed/Thu/Fri will be dry. Scattered showers and thunderstorms will be possible Wednesday through Friday . That northwesterly flow will usher drier air into CT and dew points will drop into the 50s, so the level of comfort will improve. Up to an inch of rain i...

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  • Trump, Putin content with summit despite lack of concrete results
Trump, Putin content with summit despite lack of concrete results

Putin arrived to the meeting 35 minutes late. " What we did hear was this kind of moral equivalence when it comes to meddling ", Baier said , adding Trump standing in a foreign country next to a leader who "clearly attacked the US" and saying such things is going to " ruffle a lot of feathers ".

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  • Trump to discuss election interference with Russian leader
Trump to discuss election interference with Russian leader

Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) urged the U.S.to "spend our time protecting ourselves" from potential election interference in 2018 instead of "having this witch hunt" targeting President Donald Trump , speaking during an interview Sunday on CNN's "State of the Union".

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  • Trump kowtows to Putin in Helsinki
Trump kowtows to Putin in Helsinki

The Putin position is that Crimeans voted in a referendum to return to Russian Federation, and this vote should be accepted, just as the Falkland Islanders voted in a referendum to remain part of the UK. President Donald Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin's treatment of the press. When asked by "Fox News Sunday" anchor Chris Wallace ...

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  • U.S., Russian Federation will ‘work jointly’ to ensure Israel’s security
U.S., Russian Federation will ‘work jointly’ to ensure Israel’s security

And so, yes, we have been involved in Russian Federation and their elections. Trump's meeting with Putin in Helsinki was his first time sharing the worldwide stage with a man he has described as an important USA competitor - but whom he has also praised a strong, effective leader.

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  • Ex-minister calls for second Brexit vote
Ex-minister calls for second Brexit vote

Arch-Brexiteer Jacob Rees-Mogg said May faced the choice of rewriting her Brexit plans or splitting the Conservatives and scraping through on the back of opposition votes. It was then undermined by the resignations of her Brexit minister David Davis and foreign secretary Boris Johnson . In the London Evening Standard, the Tory former attor...

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  • 'Low Expectations' for Putin Summit
'Low Expectations' for Putin Summit

Asked to name America's "biggest foe globally right now" during an appearance on CBS's Face the Nation , the first answer that came to Trump's mind was the European Union . elections of 2016. Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky., meanwhile, suggested that Trump not even bother to press Putin on election meddling because "he's not going to admit that he ...

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  • 3 officers shot in search for robbery, murder suspect in Kansas City
3 officers shot in search for robbery, murder suspect in Kansas City

Koppu was a master's degree student from India studying at the University of Missouri-Kansas City. According to police, undercover detectives and tactical operations were working an ongoing investigation at the Sky Vu Motel at 8300 E. That suspect at larged was tracked to a home where a standoff began and more shots were fired. Officers are als...

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  • Trump administration files World Trade Organization complaint against Canada’s retaliatory tariffs
Trump administration files World Trade Organization complaint against Canada’s retaliatory tariffs

Nonetheless, European officials suggest that Trump, who has also targeted Europe with tariffs, has created a widow of opportunity to show that EU-China relations can be a bulwark for global trade. The Trump administration has criticized the WTO for encroaching on USA legal sovereignty and failing to rein in China's alleged violation of global tradi...

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  • Thai soccer boys weren't able to watch World Cup live
Thai soccer boys weren't able to watch World Cup live

The hospital has said that the boys are mostly healthy, aside from some minor infections. The permanent secretary revealed that the first four boys to be rescued and admitted to hospital on July 8 had returned to generally normal health and had no signs of disease.

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  • Kremlin denied USA election meddling just before indictments
Kremlin denied USA election meddling just before indictments

Clinton's campaign chair, John Podesta, and voting information on over 500,000 Americans. A federal grand jury on Friday charged 12 Russian intelligence officers with hacking Democratic computer networks in 2016 as part of Moscow's meddling in the presidential election to help Republican Donald Trump .

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  • These Are The Russians Indicted For Hacking Democrats In 2016 Election
These Are The Russians Indicted For Hacking Democrats In 2016 Election

The U.S. homeland security secretary said on Saturday there are no signs that Russian Federation is targeting this year's midterm elections with the same "scale or scope" it targeted the 2016 presidential election. Trump and Putin have held talks several times before. "The summit will fail, or will be viewed as a failure, if the President of th...

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  • United Kingdom police search for paraglider who flew over Trump resort
United Kingdom police search for paraglider who flew over Trump resort

They were shouting from the perimeter of his Ayrshire golf complex as he played a round of golf. Earlier, the BBC reported that police were investigating how a paraglider was able to fly close to Trump's Turnberry resort with a banner that read, " Trump: Well below par ".

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  • Twitter suspends two accounts linked to 12 Russians indicted by Mueller
Twitter suspends two accounts linked to 12 Russians indicted by Mueller

On Friday, a federal grand jury charged 12 Russian intelligence officers with hacking Democratic computer networks in 2016 in the most detailed USA accusation yet that Moscow meddled in the election to help Republican Donald Trump. The indictment says the Russians, posing as Guccifer 2 .0, approached Organization 1 to offer them documents st...

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  • Donald Trump meets the Queen for tea
Donald Trump meets the Queen for tea

In a scathing resignation letter to the Prime Minister, Mr Johnson said that, under her leadership, the United Kingdom was "heading for a semi-Brexit", with the dream of an outward-looking global Britain "dying, suffocated by needless self-doubt".

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  • We consider Trump partner, not 'competitor' - Putin's advisor
We consider Trump partner, not 'competitor' - Putin's advisor

Democratic leadership in the Senate and House of Representatives, alongside a growing list of other Democratic lawmakers, called on the president to abandon the meeting, which is scheduled to take place Monday in Helsinki, Finland. Just as he had during his similarly tense attendance at the G7 summit in Quebec last month, Trump arrived about 30 min...

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  • Georgia woman arrested after cop appears to use coin flip app
Georgia woman arrested after cop appears to use coin flip app

The video obtained by WXIA-TV showed Roswell police Officer Courtney Brown consulting with fellow officers about whether to arrest Sarah Webb or just give her a ticket after she was stopped for allegedly speeding. "This says tails right?" "Yeah, so release?" Brown replies. In a statement posted to Facebook , Roswell police chief Rusty Gran...

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  • Schumer Calls On Trump To Cancel Putin Summit After Russian Indictments
Schumer Calls On Trump To Cancel Putin Summit After Russian Indictments

Asked when exactly the allies would now reach their 2 per cent of GDP target, Trump said it would over the coming years. Because of that affirmation, the Kremlin was widely seen to have gotten the better of the Helsinki deal, and published the entire text in Pravda, the official Communist Party newspaper.

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  • Cosnervative rebels target Theresa May’s Brexit plan
Cosnervative rebels target Theresa May’s Brexit plan

As head of the Brexit ministry, Davis was the public face of Britain's negotiating team, but in reality had been overshadowed for months by May and her aides. "To have free movement would, in my view, be a betrayal of what the people voted for in the referendum". Meeting Conservative lawmakers on Monday, May was cheered and applauded by many, havin...

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  • N. Korea skips meeting on repatriating the remains of American war dead
N. Korea skips meeting on repatriating the remains of American war dead

South Korea said on Tuesday it has chose to scrap an annual government mobilization drill this year as part of a suspended joint exercise with the United States but will carry out its own drills to maintain readiness.The ministers of safety and defense made the announcement at a media briefing on Tuesday.

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