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Steve Scalise (R-LA) was hit. It's unclear how many people were hit, but multiple reports said those injured include Majority Whip Rep. Steve Scalise, R-La., and two Capitol police officers. Rep. Jan Schakowsky D-Ill., said in a statement, "I am shocked and horrified by the events that took place this morning". Third District Representative from Kentucky John Yarmuth was not at the baseball practice, according to his spokesman Christopher Schuler.
  • Saudi Arabia bans the import, sale, renewal of Bein Sports receivers

    Saudi Arabia bans the import, sale, renewal of Bein Sports receivers

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    Acet based his claims on remarks attributed to the Turkish foreign minister, Mevlut Cavusoglu, about six months ago at an invitation-only panel in Istanbul. In the press release, the government of Eritrea stated, "The decision that Egypt , Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain have taken is not confined to Qatar alone - as the potential of Qatar is very limited".
  • Murray Downs Del Potro in blockbuster match

    Murray Downs Del Potro in blockbuster match

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    Ivan Lendl, coach of Britain's Andy Murray , reacts as he plays Argentina's Juan Martin del Potro during their third round match of the French Open tennis tournament at the Roland Garros stadium, Saturday, June 3, 2017 in Paris . The 2015 champion won the tiebreak 7-2, before going on to win 6-0, 6-2 in two sets to follow. Sometimes his balls would then go cross-court diagonally and only very, very few smart players can do that.
  • I'll serve as long as you want me, May tells lawmakers

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    Former U.K. Prime Minister John Major joined a growing chorus of voices telling Theresa May she doesn't have a mandate to pursue the hard Brexit she was planning after a disastrous election left their Conservatives scrambling to form a minority government with a Northern Irish party.
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    Trump says "the Democrats are really in our way" on health care

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    The president will deliver remarks at the Rivertowne Marina in Cincinnati . The president continued his verbal assault on Democratic lawmakers for continuing to oppose the proposed American Health Care Act - the GOP's effort in the Senate to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act.
  • Attorney General Jeff Sessions talks spy fiction at Senate hearing

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    He added: "Sen. Franken asked me a rambling question, after some six hours of testimony, that included dramatic, new allegations that the United States intelligence community has advised President-elect (Donald) Trump that there was continuing exchange of information during the campaign between Trump's surrogates and intermediaries for the Russian government".
  • British leader holds alliance talks with Northern Ireland party chief

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    Taking the responsibility for the Conservatives' disastrous performance in last week's general election , British Prime Minister Theresa May on Monday offered an apology to the angry MPs of her Party. "There's a lot of anxiety", Sinn Fein MP Michelle Glidernew told. "The Tory civil war on the European Union which has ripped it apart since the Maastricht rebellions of the early 1990s, and which the referendum was supposed to solve, is now raging again", said Chris Grey, an academic who ...
  • Chuck Schumer trolls Trump's cabinet meeting with parody video

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    Vice President Mike Pence was the first to speak: "This is the greatest privilege of my life is to serve as vice president to a president who's keeping his word to the American people". It simply shows Trump's pathetic narcissistic need to be praised at every turn, and that he has chosen the right supplicants to bow to his every need.
  • General Election 2017: Who are the big winners and losers so far?

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    The Prime Minister held onto her Maidenhead seat with 37,718 votes, while independent candidate Lord Buckethead won just 249. Mr Corbyn's party claimed Tory scalps in Stockton South and Vale of Clwyd and took Rutherglen & Hamilton West from the SNP, one of a series of reversals for the nationalists following their historic tally of 56 out of 59 seats north of the border in 2015.
  • Massive fire engulfs apartment building in West London

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    Cotton said a number of people died in the fire, but she couldn't yet confirm how many because of the size and complexity of the building. "This is an unprecedented incident", Fire Commissioner Dany Cotton told reporters. "Literally within five minutes of seeing that, that side of the building became engulfed in flames". Almost nine million pounds was recently spent redeveloping a Kensington tower block engulfed by fire overnight.
  • Congress Has What It Needs to Impeach Trump

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    President Trump and Romania's President Klaus Iohannis at a press conference in the Rose Garden of the White House on Friday. The president insists Mr Comey lied in parts of his testimony . "I'm not going to say, 'I want you to pledge allegiance'". In Senate testimony, Comey said he wrote records of his conversations with Trump "immediately" after they took place - something he did not do with Trump's predecessor President Barack Obama - because he was concerned Trump might "lie".
  • Taliban 'surging' in Afghanistan, US defence chief warns

    Taliban 'surging' in Afghanistan, US defence chief warns

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    Asked to elaborate on the risk by Sen. "It is not", Dunford said . Mattis said the Trump administration is working on a strategy; he understands the urgency; and he expects to have details by mid-July. "The commander on the ground [Nicholson], in light of the situation, has asked for more", Mattis said. More than 2,200 U.S. troops have died, and more than 20,000 more have been wounded.