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As least two of these men are now part of the growing investigation of the 2016 Trump campaign and its potential ties to Russian Federation. Cohen's decision is the latest indication that the Russian Federation probe overseen by special counsel Robert S.
  • Tapwrit rallies to win Belmont Stakes

    Tapwrit rallies to win Belmont Stakes

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    Tapwrit also benefits from the training of Todd Pletcher , who found success at Belmont with Palace Malice's win in 2013. Tapwrit (seen here preparing for the Kentucky Derby) covered the mile-and-a-half Belmont Stakes course in 2:30:02.
  • US Refuses to Sign G7 Climate Pledge

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    Group of Seven environment ministers will resume work in Bologna Monday to overcome the USA's departure from the Paris Climate Agreement . Pruitt was one of the Paris accord's most vocal opponents within the Trump administration. in moving the agreement forward swiftly is fundamental. We are absolutely committed to climate action and the Paris agreement and we have been extremely vocal about this".
  • Simona Halep won't have an easy time getting over this loss

    Simona Halep won't have an easy time getting over this loss

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    Halep encountered her first tough fight in the tournament, against Elina Svitolina in their quarter-final when she trailed 1-5 in the second set. "She deserved to win", Halep pointed out, adding that she suffered much more from the loss this time compared with that three years ago.
  • Madhya Pradesh has always taken decisions for welfare of farmers: Chouhan

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    Chouhan has promised farmers a profitable price for their produce, but ministers in his government have refused that a crop loan waiver, one of the major demands of the protesting farmers, is on the anvil. Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan having juice from former Chief Minister Kailash Joshi to break his indefinite fast for Peace in State, in Bhopal on Sunday.
  • Doctors: Scalise remains critical, but 'excellent recovery' possible

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    Sava said at a press conference. "When he arrived he was in critical condition with an imminent risk of death", Sava said, adding that the Louisiana lawmaker is expected to be in the hospital for weeks. Lobbyist Matt Mika was shot multiple times and remains hospitalized. Hundreds of bullet fragments remained in Scalise's pelvis area, according to Sava, some of which won't be removed due to risk of further damage.
  • Doctors Say Scalise Remains In Critical Condition, Shows Signs Of Improvement

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    So Young Pak, director of media relations at MedStar Washington Hospital Center where Scalise is being treated, gave no additional details about his condition. Also injured were Capital Police Officer Crystal Griner , who was shot in the ankle; Capitol Police Officer David Bailey, who injured his leg and has since been released; and Congressional staffer Zachary Barth, who was wounded in the leg and has since been released.
  • Document says Trump hotel brought in nearly $20M

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    The Trump International Hotel, housed in the Old Post Office building down the street from the White House, has seen a burst of activity since opening its doors last autumn. They are less detailed than full tax returns, which Trump has refused to release, breaking with decades of tradition. He has not, as of yet, released his tax returns.
  • In a Coma, US Student Released by N Korea Arrives Home

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    Department of State spokeswoman Heather Nauert told reporters Rodman had nothing to do with Warmbier's release. Any visit to North Korea by a high-profile American is a political minefield. "We'll be relieved to have him home and are looking forward to surrounding him with people who love him". Rodman, who endorsed presidential candidate Donald Trump during the 2016 election campaign and appeared twice as a contestant on Trump's " Celebrity Apprentice " TV show, said his latest visit was ...
  • About 4000 more US troops to go to Afghanistan

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    Defense Secretary Jim Mattis is expected to officially announce the decision as soon as next week, a Trump administration official told the AP. The latest wave of U.S. We want a strategy. Former President Barack Obama ordered a "surge" of 30,000 USA troops into Afghanistan in 2009, which brought the total up to 100,000 troops .
  • 7 arrested at "March Against Sharia" rally & counter-protest

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    No area of the US has legally implemented sharia, despite false reports on social media that Dearborn, Mich., enacted it. Those people, along with thousands of others in cities across the US, were protesting the law over feats that it might somehow spread across the country.