• Palestinians killed in Jerusalem al-Quds shooting
Palestinians killed in Jerusalem al-Quds shooting

Police said that assailants at the scene were killed. No prayers will be held at the site today, according to Israeli police. There was no immediate comment from Palestinian officials. Israeli authorities say most of the Palestinians killed were carrying out knife, gun or car-ramming attacks. The terrorists then fled into the Temple Mount area ...

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  • Trump travel ban: Judge expands definition of 'close relative'
Trump travel ban: Judge expands definition of 'close relative'

Grandparents and other relatives of people living in the USA can not be barred from entering under President Trump's travel ban , a judge has ruled. The Supreme Court ruled late last month that the administration could employ the travel ban against foreign nationals who lack any "bona fide" relationship to a person or entity in the U.S., but the...

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  • Chandimal to lead Lanka in Test, Tharanga for ODI
Chandimal to lead Lanka in Test, Tharanga for ODI

One wouldn't think that Zimbabwe can edge Lanka in a Test in the island nation but then that is what everyone thought in the ODIs too - before Zimbabwe won their first away series in eight years. "My honest opinion is that there are candidates who can take over the reins". Mathews described the shock defeat as a low point in his career an...

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  • President Trump meets French president in Paris before Bastille Day
President Trump meets French president in Paris before Bastille Day

While U.S. President Donald Trump is in France for Bastille Day , First Lady Melania Trump had her own agenda. Among the key differences separating Europe and the United States is Trump's decision last month to withdraw from the Paris climate accord, his perceived tilt toward Russian Federation, and criticism of North Atlantic Treaty Org...

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  • Senate GOP releases revised health care bill
Senate GOP releases revised health care bill

Portman said he opposed the previous draft of the Senate bill because he was concerned about cuts to Medicaid , specifically the impact the bill would have on treating addiction. The bill includes a version of an amendment proposed by Sen. The divide continued Thursday with Sen. The Cruz amendment would require insurers to offer one pl...

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  • Venus Williams not getting carried away ahead of potential sixth Wimbledon title
Venus Williams not getting carried away ahead of potential sixth Wimbledon title

Muguruza's career, however, is upwardly mobile again and she must feel confident of going one better than in 2015 when she lost in the final to Serena Williams . "I thought the crowd were so fair". The 10th-seeded American, who is 37 years old, is 8-1 in Wimbledon semifinal matches over 20 appearances at the grass-court major.

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  • President Trump contradicts son, indicates he knew about meeting with Russian lawyer
President Trump contradicts son, indicates he knew about meeting with Russian lawyer

President Donald Trump on Wednesday defended son Donald Trump Jr .in regards to the Russian Federation investigation, writing on Twitter that his son was "open, transparent and innocent". Whether Mr Trump will be able to build upon the apparent good will between him and his Russian counterpart remains to be seen. Trump's team of personal la...

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  • Rajon Rondo, Pelicans Meet Over Short-Term Contract
Rajon Rondo, Pelicans Meet Over Short-Term Contract

They played together for one season with the Sacramento Kings during the 2015-16 season and formed a strong bond. The Knicks and Lakers reportedly hope Rondo can mentor their young point guards, Frank Ntilikina and Lonzo Ball, respectively.

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  • Prime Minister Says The Laws Of Mathematics Are Trumped By Australian Law
Prime Minister Says The Laws Of Mathematics Are Trumped By Australian Law

It comes after Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull warned encrypted messages were increasingly being used by terrorists, drug traffickers and paedophile rings, calling for legislation to be modernised to allow police to do their jobs. "We can not allow the internet to be used as a place for terrorists and child molesters and people who peddle child por...

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  • Texas Republican: President's best interest to remove Trump children from White House
Texas Republican: President's best interest to remove Trump children from White House

President Trump called on a non-American journalist during Thursday's joint press conference with the President of France, breaking with protocol and denying American journalists a rare opportunity to ask a question of their president. According to The Washington Post , Kushner - at a December 2016 meeting with Kislyak - raised the possibility ...

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  • Wayne native Alex under par at US Women's Open
Wayne native Alex under par at US Women's Open

Feng, who is presently ranked sixth in the world, was paired with Ko and Inbee Park from South Korea in a group that featured the three medalists from the 2016 Olympics; Park took the gold medal, Ko the silver, and Feng the bronze. and then the flight didn't depart till 3 a.m.so I really got to Beijing, nearly 5 in the morning and my connecting fli...

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  • Here's What's in the Senate's Revised Health Care Bill
Here's What's in the Senate's Revised Health Care Bill

The new Senate bill was meant to satisfy Republicans from both conservative and moderate factions, who are crucial if they wish to pass the bill next week. It needs support from at least 50 out of 52 Republicans to pass, after the Democrats vowed unanimously to vote against it. Senate Republicans have released the latest version of thei...

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  • Cyclone Punter on National Watch list
Cyclone Punter on National Watch list

Opponents returned just two of Sheldon's punts for a total of nine yards during the 2016 campaign. Regardless of his role for the Crimson Tide in his senior year, Scott is nearly certain to be noted for his long, booming punts that have made him one of the top specialists in the nation for three years.

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  • And the 69th Emmy nominations are
And the 69th Emmy nominations are

President Donald Trump and his advisers. The streaming site has come quite a long way from previous year, when it scored only two nominations , both in technical categories. His portrayal of Titus Andromedon earned him an Emmy nomination in the Supporting Actor, Comedy Series category. The comedies battling it out for the Emmy are Atlanta...

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  • Takata Expands Inflator Recall To 2.7M More Vehicles
Takata Expands Inflator Recall To 2.7M More Vehicles

Faulty inflators, which can blast shrapnel into drivers and passengers, have resulted in the recall of tens of millions of vehicles. More than 180 people have been injured in the United States alone. Takata used different drying agents in other inflators, the agency said. The latest expansion of the Takata recall has many safety advocates anxious...

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  • 40% of Americans View N. Korea as Greatest Threat to US Security
40% of Americans View N. Korea as Greatest Threat to US Security

The dictator was an easy target that time, but it was obvious that the surveillance's goal was not to take him out but merely to observe and confirm how advanced and potent North Korea's missile forces had become. The United States military said the U.S. Air Force launched an intermediate-range ballistic missile target over the Pacific Ocean nort...

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  • AP SPIN METER: White House, Dems trade jabs on nominees
AP SPIN METER: White House, Dems trade jabs on nominees

Ryan did say it was "absolutely unacceptable" that Russian Federation would meddle in USA elections, but he stopped short of any sort of direct criticism of Trump's campaign. "For Republicans in the House of Representatives to be afraid and unwilling to allow even the minority leader to bring up a resolution of disapproval indicates to me that ...

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  • Truck hauling
Truck hauling "slime eels" overturns on OR coast highway

Known scientifically as hagfish and even more colloquially as "snot snakes", the fish are not exactly the stunners of the sea. The accident happened near Otter Rock along Highway 101, which runs along the coast. With no injuries to report, local authorities seemed to be having a good time with the unusual incident. One vehicle, a sedan, was sur...

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  • So, Has Jennifer Winget Truly Gone Bald? Here's The Answer
So, Has Jennifer Winget Truly Gone Bald? Here's The Answer

Her role in the show was appreciated well by her fans and followers. In order to get the bald finish, Jennifer used makeup, and the final result was spot on thanks to her Dhananjay Dada. Earlier played the role of Dr Riddhima in popular show Dill Mill Gayye , the actress made her comeback with Beyhadh on the small screen after a gap of nearly tw...

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  • DHS chief has doubts about legality of DACA immigration program
DHS chief has doubts about legality of DACA immigration program

The president was asked about Secretary of Homeland Security John Kelly's comments to the Congressional Hispanic Caucus that President Obama's amnesty for illegal immigrants who arrived as minors, DACA, might be terminated due to legal challenges from Republican states.

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  • Spider-Man: Homecoming stars Zendaya and Tom Holland are dating
Spider-Man: Homecoming stars Zendaya and Tom Holland are dating

It's cool they got together. " Tom is the most down to earth actor". "They're both really ambitious and they challenge each other - but, most importantly, they make each other crack up", the source said. And speaking of online banter, the pair had some fun on Twitter on July 13 in an attempt to throw fans off the scent. She tweeted the link to...

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  • Dak Prescott:
Dak Prescott: "We're the Cowboys, we're gonna win the NFC East"

Of course, when you're holding a casual conversation, the topic can turn to anything, and that's exactly what happened when Buck started an interview with Bryce Harper during the top of the fourth inning. That guy. Him and [running back] Zeke [Elliott]. "Everybody talks about the face of baseball", Harper said. The core of the Cowboys team ...

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  • Sebastian Gorka to CNN's Anderson Cooper
Sebastian Gorka to CNN's Anderson Cooper

Trump Jr. released a chain of emails on Tuesday , in which one message from the intermediary setting of the meeting reads, the information "would incriminate Hillary and her dealings with Russian Federation and would be very useful to your father".

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  • 'Watch Your Back, Bitch': Trump Lawyer Kasowitz Unleashes on Critic in Emails
'Watch Your Back, Bitch': Trump Lawyer Kasowitz Unleashes on Critic in Emails

After reading an article about how President Trump's personal attorney for the Russian Federation collusion scandal, Marc Kasowitz , might have trouble getting security clearance due to issues with alcohol and bad behavior, an unidentified man wrote to him to suggest he resign.

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  • Corey Stewart to Challenge Tim Kaine in Next Year's US Senate Race
Corey Stewart to Challenge Tim Kaine in Next Year's US Senate Race

He is chairman of the Prince William County Board of Supervisors. Stewart was narrowly defeated in Virginia's Republican gubernatorial primary by Ed Gillespie last month, in what was considered to be a shockingly close result. Kaine ran for vice president alongside former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton in the 2016 presidential election, and t...

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  • NFL's Brandon Marshall Walks Out of Interview After Repeated Questions About Race
NFL's Brandon Marshall Walks Out of Interview After Repeated Questions About Race

Brandon Marshall (r) competes for the New York Jets in a game against the New England Patriots in December of 2016. Moments later, Marshall followed through on his threat, taking off his headset and walking off the set when Minihane appeared to ask him about his history of domestic violence.

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  • Jeremy Corbyn says Labour is ready to negotiate Brexit
Jeremy Corbyn says Labour is ready to negotiate Brexit

Corbyn, an Arsenal fan, noted Arsenal had played in Europe every year since the Alsatian Wenger arrived in 1996 and said Barnier was "very happy" with the shirt, as well as a copy of Labour's manifesto: "He's got two things in red", Corbyn joked after what he called frank and useful talks over lunch.

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  • CFPB Rule Opens Door To Total Ban On Arbitration Clauses
CFPB Rule Opens Door To Total Ban On Arbitration Clauses

Either of these could lead to the undoing of Monday's rule. The American Banking Industry released a statement expressing disappointment in the CFPB's new ruling, stating that "b$3 anks resolve the overwhelming majority of disputes quickly and amicably, long before they get to court or arbitration".

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  • Rey Still Missing From 'Star Wars' Monopoly Game Due to 'Insufficient Interest'
Rey Still Missing From 'Star Wars' Monopoly Game Due to 'Insufficient Interest'

Obviously, that's not happening, though Duffy this year said that fans who bought the all-male game "can request a Rey from customer service." Joy. Hasbro spokesperson Julie Duffy explained to the Associated Press in an email, "In early 2016, Hasbro updated the 2015 Star Wars: Monopoly game to add a Rey token".

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  • Sale, Scherzer named as starters for All-Star Game
Sale, Scherzer named as starters for All-Star Game

The American League out scored the National League 2-1 in 10 innings in Tuesdays MLB All-Star game . Craig Kimbrel of the Boston Red Sox, punched out two batters, including the New York Mets' Michael Conforto to send the game to extra innings.

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  • Woman, teens accused of kidnapping, assaulting woman, police say
Woman, teens accused of kidnapping, assaulting woman, police say

Tuesday night about a 23-year-old woman who had been physically and sexually assaulted on a Facebook Live video. An apparent sexual assault broadcast on social media has led to one teen being arrested and. "Our phones have rung off the hook with people trying to help us in this criminal investigation", Papania said, thanking those who reported th...

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  • Pentagon's transgender, climate change policies challenged in House defense bill
Pentagon's transgender, climate change policies challenged in House defense bill

Hartzler and other proponents said they aimed to prioritize limited defense resources and bar troops from a class of procedures that would render them non-deployable. In May, graduating transgender Air Force Academy and West Point cadets were denied their commissions due to this policy. But if you're trying to join the military, you must stay close...

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  • Paul Ryan Moves to 'Modernize' Sexist House Dress Code
Paul Ryan Moves to 'Modernize' Sexist House Dress Code

Many called the dress code sexist, and some compared women not being able to show their shoulders to the Taliban requiring women to cover themselves from head to toe. "So that is why we will be working with the sergeant-at-arms to ensure the enforcement of appropriate business attire is updated", he said. "So look for a change on that soon", he ...

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  • Israel freezes plan for Palestinian housing in Qalqiliya
Israel freezes plan for Palestinian housing in Qalqiliya

Jason Greenblatt, who helped mediate the water deal as part of the Trump administration's efforts to revive the moribund peace process, expressed hope that it would lead to more progress on other, far more contentious issues. Gaza needs about 200 million cubic meters of water per year, but natural aquifers can only provide 50 million. Minister Co...

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  • Chelsea offered Morata, James by Real Madrid
Chelsea offered Morata, James by Real Madrid

The Colombian worldwide started just 13 league games last season and was left out of the entire squad for the Champions League final win over Juventus so understandably he's been tipped for a move this summer. Chelsea have entered the race to sign James Rodriguez from Real Madrid, according to reports in Spain. Perez wants to free up funds and ...

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