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Speculation about whether Mueller would be removed was sparked on Monday after a friend of the president, Christopher Ruddy, the CEO of Newsmax Media, said during an interview on PBS NewsHour that he thought Trump is "considering perhaps terminating the special counsel".
  • Exit polls: Large majority for Macron in French parliament

    Exit polls: Large majority for Macron in French parliament

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    Melenchon, whose party was projected to win 25 to 30 seats, denounced Macron's planned labor reforms that would make it easier to hire and fire French workers, calling them a "social coup d'etat" that he would fight. The scale of the change is forecast to be so large that some observers have compared the overhaul to 1958, the start of the present presidential system, or even the post-war rebirth of French democracy in 1945.
  • Scotland will be independent by 2025, says Sturgeon

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    Nicola Sturgeon in the Drawing Room in Bute House, Edinburgh. Labour opposes a second referendum, although party leader Jeremy Corbyn has said he would not block one "if the Scottish Parliament and the Scottish people want it". A spokesman for Scottish Labour said: "Support for the SNP is on the slide thanks to the threat of a second independence referendum". The Scottish Tory leader, Ruth Davidson, dismissed the Labour surge in the polls, saying it was part of a media narrative to ...
  • Russian warplanes kill 2 top IS commanders: Defence Ministry

    Russian warplanes kill 2 top IS commanders: Defence Ministry

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    According to reports , the Russian Defense Ministry said that they are now investigating the claims that Baghdadi has been killed in one of the airstrikes in Syria on May 28. Does the Russian account stack up? A spokesman for the US-led anti-IS coalition said he could not confirm the Russian claim. There has been no official comment from Syria's government, the BBC reported.
  • Seminoles' meltdown in field helps LSU post 5-4 win in CWS

    Seminoles' meltdown in field helps LSU post 5-4 win in CWS

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    Going into Saturday's first game against LSU , Martin - who has 1,943 wins and needs 33 more to become the winningest coach in college baseball history - is 20-30 in the CWS. The throw to home plate was dropped by catcher Cal Raleigh and Freeman slid in safely. The Seminoles were charged with three errors on the critical play.
  • Putin warns new sanctions will 'complicate' ties between Russian Federation and US

    Putin warns new sanctions will 'complicate' ties between Russian Federation and US

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    House leadership has not yet decided when or if it will take up the bill. Graham, a South Carolina Republican who ran against Trump for the Republican presidential nomination, says the unanimous vote "should reassure our allies and give notice to our enemies that America stands firmly in support of North Atlantic Treaty Organisation and our Article 5 commitment".
  • 5 things to watch for on Sunday at the US Open

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    Matsuyama shot a 6-under 66 on Sunday to pull within one of the lead, but Brooks Koepka birdied three straight holes to pull away to his first major championship. Matsuyama didn't need to stick around very long. One of golf's biggest hitters, Koepka also demonstrated he has a touch with the putter rolling in a monster 41-foot birdie putt at the eighth to reach the turn at three-under for the day and 14-under overall, in sight of his first major title.
  • Cladding used in London's Grenfell Tower is 'banned in Britain'

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    Meanwhile, dozens of people erupted into Kensington and Chelsea town hall to protest the lack of response following the fire . The London Evening Standard reported that hundreds of activists marched to the town hall and gathered outside the building on Friday chanting: "We want justice".
  • President Trump on Rep. Scalise's condition:

    President Trump on Rep. Scalise's condition: "He's in some trouble"

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    On Twitter , reporters, fans and lawmakers shared updates and photos that reflected that sense of unity. They signed oversized cards for the wounded. Wednesday morning at the Eugene Simpson Stadium Park where lawmakers were practicing for a congressional charity baseball game. Both Republican and Democratic leaders at the game encouraged a sense of unity in the wake of the shooting during an otherwise politically rancorous time in Washington when the parties are sharply divided over ...