• Patrick Cooper, 16, Mauled By Black Bear During Mountain Race In Alaska
Patrick Cooper, 16, Mauled By Black Bear During Mountain Race In Alaska

A second fatal bear attack took place in the state a day later 300 miles from where Patrick Cooper lost his life. The rescuers headed for the Global Positioning System coordinates sent from the phone of a teenager, and found there the body of the deceased and the bear that killed him.

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  • Trump Says He Hopes Dems Don't Force Pelosi Out
Trump Says He Hopes Dems Don't Force Pelosi Out

BENNETT: It's a criticism rooted in generational angst about the future of the Democratic Party and its leaders. Meanwhile, Archie Parnell did much better in SC, making it a close race in his loss to Ralph Norman in the Fifth District. Rather, the president said having the California Representative in charge of Democrats is good for the Repu...

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  • Afghan soldier attacks foreign soldiers, wounding 4
Afghan soldier attacks foreign soldiers, wounding 4

However, doctors at the city hospital said they had received the bodies of at least five police, as well as at least 30 wounded people, including 20 civilians. One was still holding out more than six hours later, said Mr Shirzad, whose base in the city centre houses regular policemen and special forces. The insurgents are also targeting the globa...

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  • No tapes after all: Trump says he didn't record Comey talks
No tapes after all: Trump says he didn't record Comey talks

For the same reason, Trump thinks they are friends and it's wrong of Mueller to investigate Comey's case. Trump said "there's been no collusion, no obstruction, and virtually everybody agrees to that", and he added that some of Mueller's legal team had supported his Democratic rival in the presidential race, Hillary Clinton.

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  • Trump does not intend to fire investigator Mueller: White House
Trump does not intend to fire investigator Mueller: White House

In explaining why he tweeted about the tapes, Trump suggested it was to affect Comey's testimony before the Senate. He said, Trump's tweet has no impact on the advisory group's examination of Russia's interference in the 2016 presidential election.

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  • South Carolina Dem Runs for House Seat on Anti-Nancy Pelosi Platform
South Carolina Dem Runs for House Seat on Anti-Nancy Pelosi Platform

Six months into a Trump presidency they still think they can somehow undo, Democrats still don't realize that their problem is their old and exhausted message and their old and exhausted messengers. That's especially because she was the focus of a torrent of negative advertising casting her as a San Francisco liberal and linking her to the Democr...

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  • China's FM Meets Rabbani In Follow Up Of Shanghai Summit
China's FM Meets Rabbani In Follow Up Of Shanghai Summit

He said good relations between Pakistan and Afghanistan are in the interest of both the countries. Relations between Afghanistan and Pakistan have been tense in recent months following border clashes. "China supports intra-Afghan dialogue and described peace for the development of the country", he said and supported Kabul's policy to mount pressu...

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  • Trump to speak on Comey tapes this week
Trump to speak on Comey tapes this week

It was reported earlier this week that the president said that the bill the House of Representatives passed was "mean". "I think we will continue to apply that". "Look, we all serve at the pleasure of the president", she said. There was one scheduled late Tuesday morning for later in the day. His public role has already diminished in recent weeks...

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  • Renewed calls to oust Nancy Pelosi: Darcy cartoon
Renewed calls to oust Nancy Pelosi: Darcy cartoon

Following Ossoff's loss, Democrats were quick to point out that the Georgia district was gerrymandered, that it had been in Republican hands since Newt Gingrich held the seat, and that Handle won a close race, while her Republican predecessor had won by a large margin.

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  • Trump tweets support for Nancy Pelosi...sort of
Trump tweets support for Nancy Pelosi...sort of

Pelosi responded during a press briefing Thursday by arguing that the Republican comments are less about targeting her personally, and more about targeting her district. "Why don't you worry about yourself being forced out, Mr. Getting Investigated By The FBI?" director Adam Best wrote. "This is not anything personal between me and Nancy...

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  • Dennis Rodman Thinks He Helped Broker Otto Warmbier's Release
Dennis Rodman Thinks He Helped Broker Otto Warmbier's Release

Fred and Cindy Warmbier watch as their son Otto , is placed in a. NY [U.S.A.], June 23: North Korea has dismissed accusations of torturing U.S. university student and said death of Otto Warmbier soon after his return home was "a mystery " to them as well.

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  • Here's What to Watch as the Senate Fights Over Healthcare Reform
Here's What to Watch as the Senate Fights Over Healthcare Reform

Heller is the most politically endangered Republican senator in 2018, by some distance. Hillary Clinton won the state by 2.4 percentage points, or 27,272 votes. Nationwide, almost 1.3 million people receive services for mental-health and substance abuse disorders under the Medicaid expansion, according to an estimate by economists Richard G.

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  • Trump approves $2B sale of drones to India ahead of meeting
Trump approves $2B sale of drones to India ahead of meeting

But some of the defence systems that we're talking about we don't believe impact Pakistan. Just hours before Modi landed in Washington , Trump tweeted from his official Twitter handle- POTUS, an acronym for President of the United States , that he is looking forward to welcome the Indian leader to the White House , during which he will discu...

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  • I wanted out of Royal Family, admits Prince Harry
I wanted out of Royal Family, admits Prince Harry

In an interview with journalist Angela Levin for Newsweek magazine, Harry said: "I didn't want to grow up". Whether they are hosting a tea party to honor the children of military veterans (above) or cheering together at the Olympics, Prince Harry and Duchess Kate have formed a tight brother-sister bond as in-laws.

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  • GOP senators now oppose health bill - enough to sink it
GOP senators now oppose health bill - enough to sink it

It remained unclear whether McConnell has the 50 votes he needs for passage, as nearly a dozen GOP senators voiced reservations. President Trump tweeted Thursday night that he is "very supportive" of the Senate health care proposal, after an intense day on Capitol Hill following the GOP unveiling of the plan after weeks of secrecy.

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  • Trump gives United States military authority to set Afghan troop levels
Trump gives United States military authority to set Afghan troop levels

The decision is similar to one which was announced in April this year giving authority to USA military regarding setting troop levels in Iraq and Syria. "Everything that we are doing plans for that contingency.in addition to looking ahead to what might be developed or what is possible over the next five to ten years".

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  • Pelosi confident of her caucus' support
Pelosi confident of her caucus' support

Kathleen Rice (D-Ny.) said on MSNBC Thursday. By the end of the campaign, Ossoff, for tactical reasons, toned down his anti-Trump message and tried to appeal to voters with a moderate message that emphasized fiscal conservatism. The present reality remains bleak for Democrats nationwide: they're 0-4 this year in special elections, despite ...

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  • Democrats Realize 2010 'Fire Nancy Pelosi' Campaign Has Been Working
Democrats Realize 2010 'Fire Nancy Pelosi' Campaign Has Been Working

BENNETT: It's a criticism rooted in generational angst about the future of the Democratic Party and its leaders. Some Democrats in Congress have publicly questioned Pelosi's leadership in the last few days, asking whether she's a drain on the party.

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  • Bette Midler Defies Play-Off Music in Tony Acceptance Speech
Bette Midler Defies Play-Off Music in Tony Acceptance Speech

Nixon, who won best featured actress in a play for her performance in " The Little Foxes ", did not level any specific political criticism, but her remarks appeared to be referring to the political climate. " Come From Away " headed into the Tonys with seven nominations, including a nod for best musical. Kevin Spacey performs at the 71st an...

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  • Angel di Maria given hefty fine for Spanish tax fraud
Angel di Maria given hefty fine for Spanish tax fraud

The case involves income the Argentina forward made from image rights, not from his salary paid by Real Madrid . The guilty pleas of Di Maria, Mascherano and Messi, however, would suggest this is not always the case and Mourinho and Ronaldo will need to be certain the offshore companies they set up to receive their image-rights payments are enti...

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  • Cindy Now a Tropical Depression
Cindy Now a Tropical Depression

The National Weather Service says it expects heavy rain to spread across West Virginia starting late Thursday and continuing into Saturday . The West Virginia Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Management has been holding briefings for emergency managers statewide Wednesday and Thursday with another scheduled Friday morning , spoke...

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  • Trump says GOP thrives with Pelosi in power
Trump says GOP thrives with Pelosi in power

Morning Joe regular Mike Barnicle , referencing the race, stated that Democrats need to "figure out what to run for rather that run against Donald Trump ". "They keep winning and we keep losing". Progressive Rep. Ro Khanna, D-Calif., a freshman who has expressed frustration with Pelosi and party's platforms in the past, argued Tuesday night ...

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  • Congressman Tim Ryan questions Democrat leadership
Congressman Tim Ryan questions Democrat leadership

Led by Reps. Kathleen Rice (D-N.Y.), Seth Moulton (D-Mass.) and Tim Ryan (D-Ohio), at least some in the group believe Pelosi has to go in order for Democrats to have a chance to win the House back in November 2018. Specifically, while Price was re-elected to his seat in 2016 by a margin of more than 22 percentage points, Donald Trump edge...

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  • Venkaiah Naidu speaks in support of Hindi as national language
Venkaiah Naidu speaks in support of Hindi as national language

Interestingly, on January 25, 2010, the Gujarat High Court had observed that though majority of people in India have accepted Hindi as a national language , there was nothing on record to suggest that any provision has been made or order issued declaring Hindi as a national language of the country.

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  • Trump Isn't Sure If Russian Hacking Happened, But Is Still Blaming Obama
Trump Isn't Sure If Russian Hacking Happened, But Is Still Blaming Obama

President Vladimir Putin's spokesman, Dmitry Peskov, said Wednesday that the USA move wasn't constructive and warned of possible retaliation. SCOTT DETROW, BYLINE: Hindsight was a common theme as Johnson testified . In fact, some of the states may not even know they were targeted. "As of right now, we have evidence of 21 states - election r...

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  • Democrats Search For Silver Lining After Narrowly Losing Georgia Election
Democrats Search For Silver Lining After Narrowly Losing Georgia Election

The House minority leader has served as the face of House Democrats since she helped engineer her party regain control of the House of Representatives in 2007 to become the first female speaker. "One of the disappointing things from the last couple of days is that that approach still has a little bit of punch to it". Pelosi said that would be...

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  • The official Brexit negotiations have begun
The official Brexit negotiations have begun

But Mr Barnier added that he was "not in a frame of mind to make concessions", and suggested the United Kingdom would have to face up to "substantial" consequences of leaving the EU. He wanted parallel discussion, covering both the future trade deal and the terms of Britain's departure - including a demand for an exit payment of as much as 100 bill...

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  • Hillary Clinton says Republicans will be the
Hillary Clinton says Republicans will be the "death party" if they pass

It pays almost the whole bill for the more than 700,000 primarily childless low-income working adults who joined Medicaid after January 1, 2015, when Pennsylvania expanded income eligibility guidelines to take advantage of the more generous federal contribution rate under Obama's law.

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  • US pushing China to rein in companies that deal with NKorea
US pushing China to rein in companies that deal with NKorea

In response to questions from Rep. Martha McSally, R-Ariz., Dunford said, "There's 25 million people in Seoul, and 300,000 of those are Americans who are within range of thousands of rockets, missiles and artillery pieces along the border".

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  • Democratic Rep. Filemon Vela: Pelosi 'doesn't help our candidate
Democratic Rep. Filemon Vela: Pelosi 'doesn't help our candidate

Their action plan: Keep talking. It's about all they can do. "This is not about me", Rice said . "If you look at the numbers, these are all seats where just seven months ago ( Republicans ) won by double digits, and they were nail-biters after Trump takes office", said Rep.

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  • Obama to return to campaign trail to stump for Northam
Obama to return to campaign trail to stump for Northam

According to the poll, Northam leads among woman and non-white voters, while Gillespie leads among men and white voters. Northam added: "There are families in Virginia who are wondering whether they will have health insurance next year - they deserve to know whether Ed Gillespie is Donald Trump's silent partner in making their coverage cost more...

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  • Meira Kumar is Opposition's Presidential nominee
Meira Kumar is Opposition's Presidential nominee

Though earlier, the Mayawati-led BSP extended their support to Kovind, but after the nomination of Kumar, they recalled their support. Talking about the credentials of the NDA candidate, Lalu said he wouldn't have supported him even if the Congress had fielded him.

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  • Backed Syrian forces close in on Raqqa from south
Backed Syrian forces close in on Raqqa from south

Coalition forces shot down a similar pro-regime drone near the same location earlier this month , U.S. Central Command said in a statement. The SU-22 fighter bomber was engaged by an F/A-18E Super Hornet after it had dropped bombs near the US-backed Syrian Democratic Forces, the Pentagon said.

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  • Macron's government promises to renew politics in France
Macron's government promises to renew politics in France

Paris: French President Emmanuel Macron's centrist party scored a decisive victory after the second round of parliamentary elections . The percentage of women has climbed from 27 to 39 percent, although the key government functions remain firmly in male hands.

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  • Iran Launches Missiles into Syria targeting ISIS
Iran Launches Missiles into Syria targeting ISIS

The video has been viewed more than 170,000 times. The strike was a "display of a corner of Iran's defensive capability and the Islamic Republic's power and firm determination to fight terrorism", Amoli Larijani said on Thursday. A spokesperson said that Iran has dealt a "shattering blow" to ISIS but has also sent a warning that it will not...

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