• Almost half of Republicans believe Trump won the popular vote in November
Almost half of Republicans believe Trump won the popular vote in November

In June, Kobach requested the data for voters in all 50 states but was rebuffed by 44 of them, some because election officials said fulfilling the request would violate state law, others because they distrusted the motives of the commission, which Trump created via executive order to substantiate his evidence-free claim that he would have won the p...

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  • Trump honors officers who stopped gunman attack on GOP lawmakers
Trump honors officers who stopped gunman attack on GOP lawmakers

I can not think of a group of individuals more deserving of this award than Special Agents David Bailey , Crystal Griner , and Officers Nicole Battaglia , Kevin Jobe , and Alexander Jensen. was shot during during a congressional baseball practice at the park. Federal Bureau of Investigation agents continue to search for evidence on the baseba...

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  • State legislator says camera law to be revisited
State legislator says camera law to be revisited

Girard police Chief John Norman said officers in Girard use their discretion when determining where to sit and wait for speeders with the gun. The justices voted 5-2 in a ruling Wednesday. Trustees Chairman Stanley Nudell said he's pleased with the township's current camera use and would oppose adopting unmanned cameras. Attorney General's spok...

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  • Impeach Trump? Poll shows how many want to oust the president
Impeach Trump? Poll shows how many want to oust the president

More Americans disapprove of President Donald Trump's job performance than approve of it across 31 states nationwide - including 11 states that voted for him in November. In fact, the president is polling at 50 percentor higher in 17 states. States with lowest Trump approval ratings: Vermont - 36% MA - 29% Maryland - 30% California - 30% NY -...

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  • 'Time is running out' to stop North Korea, US says
'Time is running out' to stop North Korea, US says

Through its state-run newspaper Rodong Sinmun, North Korea warned the USA on Thursday saying that Pyongyang's nuclear and missile programs have boosted the regime's strategic status, . This basically scuttles any chance of discontinuing mutual hostile activities along the military demarcation line on July 27, the anniversary of the armistice agre...

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  • Scaramucci targets Priebus, Bannon in expletive-ridden call with reporter
Scaramucci targets Priebus, Bannon in expletive-ridden call with reporter

White House communications director Anthony Scaramucci is angry at staff members who he believes have been slowly crippling President Donald Trump's administration with damaging leaks, according to The New Yorker . Anthony Scaramucci tells CNN's " New Day " that sometimes administration officials "leak things to reporters to help shape policy...

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  • United Airlines Sued Over Death Of A Giant Rabbit
United Airlines Sued Over Death Of A Giant Rabbit

After breeder (and former Playboy model) Annette Edwards said the poor bunny was cleared by a veterinarian as being in perfectly good health before a flight to meet his new celebrity owners, reports were that Simon was found dead. "We have received this complaint and are now reviewing it،" United Airlines spokesman Charles Hobart said in a stateme...

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  • Israel retreats in Al-Aqsa mosque row
Israel retreats in Al-Aqsa mosque row

Al-Quds and al-Ayyam said United States envoy Jason Greenblatt met with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and were scheduled to meet King of Jordan Abdullah II to defuse tensions in East Jerusalem . Mahoud Abbas' diplomatic adviser, Majdi Khaldi, says Sunday the Palestinians are coordinating with Jordan, Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Morocco and ...

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  • Over 7000 without power in Outer Banks
Over 7000 without power in Outer Banks

Almost 8,000 customers are affected by the outage. "CHEC is working to assess the extent of the damage and plan for the fix". Two islands along North Carolina's Outer Banks are completely without power, and authorities are mandating non-residents and tourists to evacuate as residents prepare for an extended outage.

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  • Officials close 15 New Jersey beaches due to bacteria levels
Officials close 15 New Jersey beaches due to bacteria levels

As of Thursday afternoon, just seven beaches, all in Atlantic City, are closed due to high bacteria measurements at least two days in a row. Officials have now closed 15 beaches in New Jersey because of elevated bacteria levels. Water quality advisories had been issued at several beaches in South Jersey - 31 in total - including Atlantic City, ...

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  • Israel's extremism stoking Jerusalem violence
Israel's extremism stoking Jerusalem violence

They were also at the root of the current violence which began last week when Arab gunmen fired from the shrine, killing two Israeli policemen. "Israel's attitude over al-Aqsa is wrong, unlawful and unacceptable", Deputy Prime Minister and government spokesman Bekir Bozdag said after a cabinet meeting.

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  • Zimbabwe's first lady dares husband to name successor
Zimbabwe's first lady dares husband to name successor

President Mugabe appears to be in increasingly fragile health, but has said he will stand in elections next year that could see him remain in power until aged almost 100. She said that this is the trend in other countries, and will enable all members of the party to rally behind one candidate. She has been rumoured as a potential successor, as ha...

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  • Chief minister of eastern Indian state of Bihar returns to power
Chief minister of eastern Indian state of Bihar returns to power

The BJP offered support to Nitish Kumar after he resigned as Chief Minister on Wednesday. He reiterated that Nitish Kumar is a murder accused. With the elevation of Nitish Kumar as NDA supported CM of Bihar , the most short-lived democratic experience in Indian political history comes to an end.

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  • LG Electronics sees slight profit increase in Q2
LG Electronics sees slight profit increase in Q2

Numbers wise, LG's mobile business had revenues of $2.39 billion with an operating loss of $117.27 million, which the company states is almost unchanged from the same period in 2016. LG Uplus ended the quarter with over 12.8 million mobile subscribers, compared to 12.2 million in June 2016. By division, the home appliance and air solution unit ge...

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  • BCCI Adopts Lodha Panel Recommendations Except Five Contentious Reforms
BCCI Adopts Lodha Panel Recommendations Except Five Contentious Reforms

The Board also had issues with the "distribution of powers and functions of executives set out for the office-bearers and the appointed executives". Elaborating on areas of difficulties, Choudhary said: "The point on the areas of impracticality include matters pertaining to membership or one state one vote and the retention of full membership str...

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  • Stock to Lookout for: Duke Realty Corp (NYSE:DRE)
Stock to Lookout for: Duke Realty Corp (NYSE:DRE)

It closed at $24.92 lastly. It has outperformed by 8.11% the S&P500. Sabelhaus now owns $903,731 of the stock according to the SEC filing. The company's share price is down -2.92% from previous highs of around $29.25 per share on June 02, 2017.

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  • Melania Trump is coming to Toronto
Melania Trump is coming to Toronto

First Lady Melania Trump will lead the United States delegation of athletes to Canada for this year's Invictus Games , the White House said on Thursday. USA Today notes that Melania will meet Prince Harry during her trip, and there's even a chance she'll meet Meghan Markle, Harry's girlfriend, because she films Suits in Toronto.

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  • Don't fire independent counsel Robert Mueller, Mr. President
Don't fire independent counsel Robert Mueller, Mr. President

His Democratic opponents, especially iron worker Randy Bryce, have criticized Ryan for it. "After 1 year of investigation with Zero evidence being found, Chuck Schumer just stated that "Democrats should blame ourselves, not Russian Federation", the President tweeted Monday, later adding , "So why aren't the Committees and investigators, and of cou...

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  • Hillary Clinton's highly anticipated campaign memoir just got a title and cover
Hillary Clinton's highly anticipated campaign memoir just got a title and cover

Publisher Simon & Schuster says the memoir, due out September 12 , details Clinton's experience of becoming the first woman nominated for president by a major party during an historic election "marked by rage, sexism, exhilarating highs and infuriating lows, stranger-than-fiction twists, Russian interference, and an opponent who broke all t...

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  • Two abducted Pakistan diplomatic officials rescued in Afghanistan
Two abducted Pakistan diplomatic officials rescued in Afghanistan

The ministry statement did not provide further details about who was behind the kidnapping or from where in Afghanistan the two men were rescued. The ambassador went on to say Pakistan has achieved success in war against terrorism. Pakistan ambassador to the United States, Aizaz Ahmad Chaudhry has said that Pakistan's growth indicators were posit...

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  • Amarillo DQs to donate blizzard proceeds to local Children's Miracle Network
Amarillo DQs to donate blizzard proceeds to local Children's Miracle Network

All Michiana Dairy Queens are participating in this year's Miracle Treat Day . Part of every Blizzard purchase at a participating Dairy Queen today will go towards the Children's Miracle Network , and every dollar raised here stays here.

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  • Ripon Police will celebrate 'Night Out' with free food, games
Ripon Police will celebrate 'Night Out' with free food, games

This is the 34th Annual National Night Out, and will be celebrated in communities all over the country. The event started three years ago, and more attendees join each year. The Bowie Police Department's "National Night Out Against Crime" event is scheduled for Tuesday at Allen Pond Park from 6 p.m.to 8 p.m. In conjunction with city officials, ...

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  • The Boy Scouts just apologized for the president's behavior
The Boy Scouts just apologized for the president's behavior

Boy Scouts of America originally responded to the backlash Tuesday with a statement distancing itself from the political nature of Trump's speech, but stopping short of criticizing or apologizing for it. "But for our Scouting family at home not able to see these real moments of Scouting, we know the past few days have been overshadowed by the rema...

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  • Israel removes Metal detectors from al-Aqsa
Israel removes Metal detectors from al-Aqsa

Abbas said "all the new Israeli measures on the ground from that date to the present are supposed to disappear". Meanwhile, protests in the Old City continued and it was clear that they would not stop until Israel backed down. So the United Nations, the US, Europe and Russian Federation may get involved. It said police would increase the deploym...

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  • Baby Dies After Being Starved in Car Seat for Days: Cops
Baby Dies After Being Starved in Car Seat for Days: Cops

She's expected back in court for her probable cause conference August 2. Along with her probation, she was ordered to pay $455 in fines and court costs and to perform 40 hours of community service, the Free Press said . Wyoming police were notified after Johnson arrived with her son at DeVos Children's Hospital about 2:35 p.m. on Wednesday. J...

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  • Missing Florida woman found because she saved her scent with kit
Missing Florida woman found because she saved her scent with kit

Authorities say a police dog found a missing woman with dementia by following a scent kit she had made two years ago. Citrus County Sheriff's Office said the anonymous woman had used a specialist scent preservation kit. That smell allows expertly trained dogs to be able to find its owner much quicker than by the traditional method of using a pers...

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  • Israel dismantles metal detectors from key Jerusalem shrine
Israel dismantles metal detectors from key Jerusalem shrine

Ambassador Danny Danon said ahead of the meeting. Israel said it would replace the metal detectors with new security arrangements based on "advanced technology" to be installed in the next six months. The metal detectors were installed after three men shot two Jewish Israeli policemen on July 14 near the Lion's Gate . However Prime Minister B...

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  • Moussa Dembele ruled out until September
Moussa Dembele ruled out until September

As a result of his impressive form, the France u21 global has been linked with a move away from Celtic Park - as a host of clubs including Marseille are understood to be interested - but Rodgers is adamant the player is going nowhere. Earlier this week, Rodgers said the club had no plans to sell Dembele amid reported interest from Marseille. He...

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  • Everson Griffen agrees to 4-year contract extension with Vikings
Everson Griffen agrees to 4-year contract extension with Vikings

Early Wednesday morning, it was being reported that the Minnesota Vikings and defensive end Everson Griffen were very close to agreeing on a four-year contract extension. It shows me that they respect me more than [just as] a player and as a man, too. Since Mack plays defensive end like Griffen, the new deal will definitely be used in Oakland...

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  • Calif. prisoners filmed escape, life on the run
Calif. prisoners filmed escape, life on the run

The video starts with news clips of their escape, followed by a black screen with the text, "So. what really happened?" "You know, a lot of people like to credit us with some Houdini escape act all in eight minutes flat. Don't have that we smoking weed and eating bananas. The video does not show the moment hours later when they were arrested. T...

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  • Philippines' Duterte Threatens To Bomb Indigenous Schools | HuffPost
Philippines' Duterte Threatens To Bomb Indigenous Schools | HuffPost

I will bomb your schools. The Chief Executive said he issued the warning because Lumad schools are being used to exploit the children, causing them to "hate government and eventually go to war". The firebrand president's latest tirade against the "subversive" schools came following his decision to call off peace talks with the Communist New Peo...

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  • Can Donald Trump pardon himself?: Key issues on President's powers of pardon
Can Donald Trump pardon himself?: Key issues on President's powers of pardon

In his Saturday tweets, Trump also launched into criticism of the Russian Federation probe, asking why Sessions and Mueller weren't looking into Hillary Clinton's handling of classified information in emails while secretary of state and accusing her of having ties to Russian Federation.

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  • Teck Resources beats profit estimates on higher steelmaking coal prices
Teck Resources beats profit estimates on higher steelmaking coal prices

The stock inclined 27.74% last month and is up 5.29 this year. Noting its average daily volume at 2.26 million shares each day over the month, this signifies a pretty significant change over the norm. United Asset Strategies Inc owns 95,232 shares or 0.43% of their USA portfolio. Paloma Prtn Communication has invested 0% in Metaldyne Performance Gr...

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  • Flash flood warning extended until 8:30 am Thursday
Flash flood warning extended until 8:30 am Thursday

The National Weather Service issued the warning Wednesday night for areas including North Kansas City, Parkville and Gladstone. The heaviest rain has fallen in the Peyton areas and southeast of (Black Forest). Thursday. Counties under the watch include: Barbour, Boone, Braxton, Cabell, Calhoun, Clay, Doddridge, Gilmer, Harrison, Jackson WV, Kanaw...

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  • Senate Dems Collude With Russia by Blocking Magnitsky Act Figure's Testimony
Senate Dems Collude With Russia by Blocking Magnitsky Act Figure's Testimony

The other person who was to appear on Wednesday in front of the Senate Judiciary Committee to speak about the Foreign Agents Registration Act was Paul Manafort . These were some truly outrageous allegations about the president and his past visits to Russia (Trump has denied the allegations). Third was that politicized speech he made at the Boy...

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