• Donald Trump Says America's 'Biggest Foe' Is the European Union
Donald Trump Says America's 'Biggest Foe' Is the European Union

Trump's tweets came after he sat down with CBS News' Jeff Glor , sounding less-than-prepared for the high stakes meet-and-greet in Helsinki. In comments made during the Sunday Meet the Press show, President Trump declared that the United States has "a lot of foes", singling out the European Union first and foremost among them .

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  • Woman survived 7 days after driving off California cliff
Woman survived 7 days after driving off California cliff

Angela Hernandez , 23, of Portland, was found by the Monterey County Sheriff's Office while responding to a report of a white Jeep with OR plates "over the cliff" off Highway 1. She stayed alive "by drinking water from the radiator of her vehicle ", according to the Highway Patrol. She says she met so many handsome people, ' Isabel added on Fa...

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  • Thai soccer team mourns Navy SEAL
Thai soccer team mourns Navy SEAL

In video messages of the boys shown at a news conference on Saturday, they are seen wearing surgical masks, a safeguard against infection that's been taken since the last of them were pulled from the Tham Luang cave on Tuesday, ending an 18-day ordeal.

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  • Nord Stream 2 hits back at Trump's attack on Russian gas
Nord Stream 2 hits back at Trump's attack on Russian gas

As previously reported, trump has sharply criticized the system of construction of the gas pipeline "Nord stream-2" and called Germany dependent on Russian Federation. In recent years, advances in extraction technology have made the United States one of the leading producers of natural gas, a fossil fuel but one that is relatively clean and effic...

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  • Protesters clash with police after man shot by officer in Chicago
Protesters clash with police after man shot by officer in Chicago

The incident happened shortly after 9:30 p.m. Friday in the 7900 block of South Essex Avenue, according to the Chicago Police Department. A weapon was recovered at the scene, Guglielmi said, but he did not say whether the man was armed when he was shot at around 5:30 p.m.

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  • IDF Strikes Hamas Tunnels Following Grenade Attack That Injures Officer
IDF Strikes Hamas Tunnels Following Grenade Attack That Injures Officer

Israeli troops shot dead a Palestinian teenager and a second protester died of his wounds on Saturday, Gaza health officials said. Gaza militants fired more than 50 mortar bombs and rockets toward Israel , the military said, setting off sirens and sending Israelis fleeing to their shelters.

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  • Twitter to remove suspicious accounts
Twitter to remove suspicious accounts

Katy Perry , now the most-followed person on Twitter , had more than 109 million followers on Wednesday - a number that plunged to about 108 million on Thursday afternoon. This is because Twitter It is cleaning itself from the accounts which it has recently blocked. While Katy Perry lost almost three million - the most of any celebrity acc...

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  • Trump Apologizes to May and Vows U.K. Trade Deal After Brexit
Trump Apologizes to May and Vows U.K. Trade Deal After Brexit

In measured language, he criticised the Prime Minister for the Brexit deal she had persuaded her Ministers - majority at least - to agree to, and for not following his advice on how to negotiate with the EU. Not so she says, it had been "in gestation for some time". "Don't walk away from those negotiations because then you'll be stuck". 'We'll ma...

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  • New York's Governor Wants To Codify The Protections In Roe V. Wade
New York's Governor Wants To Codify The Protections In Roe V. Wade

But this doesn't mean that abortion rights are totally secure in the state of Colorado - only that they'd be secure immediately following the overturning of Roe . "[Sen.] Dean Heller, R-Nev., is going to have to stand by his vote in November in a hugely pro-choice state, and [Sen.] Cory Gardner, R-Colo., [is] up in 2020".

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  • Trump meets with Theresa May after candid British tabloid interview
Trump meets with Theresa May after candid British tabloid interview

U.S. President Donald Trump on Friday, the second day of his London trip, visits the Royal Military Academy at Sandhurst, then Chequers - the 16th century manor house of the current prime minister - followed by Windsor Castle. "I think he has done a bad job on crime, if you look, all of the frightful things going on there, with all of the crime...

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  • Helsinki Is A Natural Fit For The Trump-Putin Summit
Helsinki Is A Natural Fit For The Trump-Putin Summit

The two leaders are set to meet in Helsinki, Finland on Monday after the Department of Justice on Friday indicted 12 Russian intelligence officers for hacking into the computers of the Democratic National Committee. But I mean, why are we assuming that Donald Trump is going to do anything different than he's already done? He said North Atlant...

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  • Trump Baby Blimp Hits The Skies Of London During UK Visit
Trump Baby Blimp Hits The Skies Of London During UK Visit

He had used a Thursday morning press conference in Brussels to attack the prime minister's Brexit plan and highlight cabinet divisions. He added that May should make sure "we don't have any restrictions" on post-Brexit trade, contrasting it with European Union tariffs on cars and restrictions on farm imports.

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  • USA companies in China mostly oppose tariffs, survey shows
USA companies in China mostly oppose tariffs, survey shows

South Korea's trade ministry said the trade war could be "prolonged and spread", adding that it would prepare responses and scenarios to cope with the economic impact of the trade row. social media campaigns, delays or blockage of regulatory approvals, travel bans, investment restrictions, among other options", Raymond James analyst Ed Mills said...

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  • Nawaz Sharif, Maryam in UAE, to reach Lahore by 6:15pm
Nawaz Sharif, Maryam in UAE, to reach Lahore by 6:15pm

Maryam and Nawaz are expected to arrive Pakistan today after which they will be put under arrest and taken to jail under heavy security. Containers have been placed on the roads. Party officials say the police have started a crackdown against them, detaining hundreds of workers in the early hours on Friday. The Papers showed Sharif and his children...

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  • Best Scottish Twitter reactions to England’s exit from the World Cup
Best Scottish Twitter reactions to England’s exit from the World Cup

Shark Tank star Robert Herjavec was born in Croatia before his family emigrated to Canada, and the businessman has delighted in cheering on his home country throughout their thrilling World Cup run. That connection between the team and the fans is back, which shows how far we have come. "This is literally what we're all feeling now", another...

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  • US Congress Warns Netanyahu Against Making Deal With Putin Regarding Syria
US Congress Warns Netanyahu Against Making Deal With Putin Regarding Syria

This is the second time this week that Syria has reported intercepting Israeli missiles, and sustaining a military attack without any casualties. Syrian state media said the missiles targeted positions around Hader village in the southern province of Quneitra, near the Israeli-occupied Golan Heights.

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  • Trump weighs top picks for Supreme Court amid last-minute maneuvering
Trump weighs top picks for Supreme Court amid last-minute maneuvering

Bush's campaign during the election recount in 2000 and served in the Bush White House . "We are going and mobilizing where we have leverage", said Mallory Quigley, a spokeswoman for the group. Wade case which decriminalized abortion access. In a speech on the Senate floor, Schumer said Kavanaugh is a "deeply, deeply conservative justice, wa...

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  • Casey to oppose Trump's Supreme Court pick
Casey to oppose Trump's Supreme Court pick

In his dissent for Seven-Sky v. Holder, Kavanaugh detailed how he views the role federal courts should play, one that includes no oversight over Congress's taxation powers. Democratic Sen. Doug Jones of Alabama has replaced Republican Sen. Macias says it's not clear that Kavanaugh would actually cast a vote to change current abortion laws.

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  • Thai official: 4 boys brought out of cave Monday
Thai official: 4 boys brought out of cave Monday

ET), followed by the second boy 10 minutes later. Thirteen foreign divers and five members of Thailand's elite Seal unit made up the main team guiding the boys to safety through narrow, submerged passageways. Among the ideas were drilling an escape route through the mountain, or leaving them for months until the monsoon season ended and the f...

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  • US Service Member Killed in Apparent Insider Attack in Afghanistan
US Service Member Killed in Apparent Insider Attack in Afghanistan

The coalition said the two wounded United States service members are in stable condition and being treated. Officials said the incident is now under investigation. A Pentagon report last month said there were 47 so-called "green-on-green" attacks, or incidents where Afghan soldiers turn on their own side, so far this year.

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  • North Korea Calls Latest US Talks 'Regrettable,' Bashes Demands for Denuclearization
North Korea Calls Latest US Talks 'Regrettable,' Bashes Demands for Denuclearization

Pompeo and Kim Yong Chol, dictator Kim Jong Un's top adviser and North Korea's former spy chief, exchanged pleasantries before the second meeting between the two countries. Another meeting is scheduled between the US and North Korea on July 12 at the Demilitarized Zone, with the Department of Defense to take the lead on those talks.

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  • Escape by diving 'not suitable' yet for boys in Thai cave
Escape by diving 'not suitable' yet for boys in Thai cave

USA dive and medical personnel will support the proposed operation by staging equipment and setting up triage stations, but will not go beyond the third chamber inside the cave, according to the document. The level of oxygen in the cave where the boys are trapped has dropped to 15 per cent. He said that the last time the two spoke, "we talked abo...

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  • In blow to May, UK’s top Brexit official quits government
In blow to May, UK’s top Brexit official quits government

With several Conservative MPs taking to social media to praise Mr Davis' announcement, it is unclear whether the Prime Minister's Brexit plan can command the support of her own party, or if she can avoid a leadership challenged triggered if 48 members of her parliamentary party send letters of no confidence to the chairman of the 1922 Committee .

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  • Cult leader in Tokyo sarin attack executed along with 6 followers
Cult leader in Tokyo sarin attack executed along with 6 followers

He was sentenced to death in 2004 for the attack and other crimes including another sarin gas attack in 1994 in Matsumoto, which killed eight people and injured more than 100 others. Japanese police tightened security Friday after the executions of the founder and six former senior members of the AUM Shinrikyo cult earlier in the day fanned fears a...

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  • U.S. Excluded from Iran Nuclear Deal Summit in Vienna
U.S. Excluded from Iran Nuclear Deal Summit in Vienna

In calls with German Chancellor Angela Merkel and French President Emmanuel Macron on Thursday, Iranian President Hassan Rouhani said since the USA withdrawal "Iran has been dealing with economic issues and problems in banking relations and oil" and that foreign companies were "skeptical" about continuing their business, Iran's semi-officia...

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  • Former Pakistan PM gets 10 years for corruption, daughter sentenced to seven
Former Pakistan PM gets 10 years for corruption, daughter sentenced to seven

The sentence, 10 years in prison and a fine of 8 million pounds, or $13.9 million (CAD), came nearly a year after Pakistan's Supreme Court removed Sharif from office and fewer than five months after the court barred him from holding office for life.

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  • JK Rowling trolls Donald Trump over 'pour' spelling
JK Rowling trolls Donald Trump over 'pour' spelling

Trolls kicked into action after the supremely confident President issued a tweet, hitting out at those who combed through his words looking for mistakes. J.K. Rowling, the British author who turned the " Harry Potter " series into a multi-billion-dollar franchise, expressed her glee Tuesday via social media at Trump's latest typo-blunder when he b...

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  • Pompeo arrives in North Korea
Pompeo arrives in North Korea

Trump spoke as US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo flew to North Korea for talks following Kim's pledge to Trump at a Singapore summit last month to denuclearise. Pompeo said: "Since the summit the consultations have continued". We'll see. All I can tell you is this. " Rocket man ", of course, is the nickname Trump famously - and mockingly - b...

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  • Multiple crews work to contain Madison Co. house fire
Multiple crews work to contain Madison Co. house fire

Officials say about 300 people have been ordered to flee and more than 700 buildings are threatened in the area that's home to cattle and horse ranches. "You can see the smoke and you can see an orange-red glow from the flames". Wildfires across California have burned more than twice the five-year average so far this year, as of July 1.

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  • Crews scramble to protect homes from fierce California wildfire
Crews scramble to protect homes from fierce California wildfire

The fire started Saturday in Yolo County and is still active east of Lake Berryessa and along the Napa County line. What fire crews are calling the Mecca Fire is burning an estimated 900 acres, according to Trey Leonard, fire management officer at Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs.

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  • Ocasio-Cortez: 'A lot of districts' are like mine
Ocasio-Cortez: 'A lot of districts' are like mine

Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency a cornerstone of her campaign, and the #AbolishICE talking point has quickly become popular among progressive voters. "She was wonderful", Blueglass said. Yesterday, conservative TV host John Cardillo , who hosts Newsmax's " America Talks Live ", tweeted a picture of Ocasio-Cortez's purported child...

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  • Multiple people injured, including chidren, in Idaho stabbing
Multiple people injured, including chidren, in Idaho stabbing

Mayor Dave Bieter, whose own grandparents emigrated from the Basque country, called the attack a "callous act" that doesn't reflect the community. At least four individuals suffered life threatening injuries . "He returned last night to exact vengeance, not just on those whom he had been [staying] with because they were not at the apartment, but...

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  • Golden retriever saves owner from being bit by rattlesnake in Anthem
Golden retriever saves owner from being bit by rattlesnake in Anthem

Godwin said Todd jumped right in front of her leg where she "surely would have got bit". An Arizona golden retriever is healing from a rattlesnake bite after protecting his owner. We doubt it and that's what makes Todd the golden retriever such a great mate. Todd is doing just fine after his big ordeal and Godwin said that "he's acting like a...

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  • North Korea reportedly expands major missile plant
North Korea reportedly expands major missile plant

This must inevitably raise questions on if Bolton's comments are created to support denuclearization, or undermine it. Bolton has always been opposed to North Korea diplomacy, and made it very clear that if his one-year deadline wasn't met, it'd be proof North Korea wasn't serious about the deal.

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  • Sen. Susan Collins won't support SCOTUS nominee who'd overturn Roe v. Wade
Sen. Susan Collins won't support SCOTUS nominee who'd overturn Roe v. Wade

Collins said Sunday she hopes Trump will look beyond his current list of potential nominees, noting there are nominees on the current list for whom she would not vote. The president told Fox News that he believes his nominee will get some support from Democrats. "I believe very much that Roe v. Wade is settled law as it has been described by ...

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