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The hearing ended earlier than expected because Democrats invoked the so-called two-hour rule, which prevents Senate committees from meeting beyond two hours past when the Senate convenes. Kushner's statement was the first detailed defense from a campaign insider responding to the controversy that has all but consumed the first six months of Trump's presidency.
  • Couple Divorces Because Of President Trump

    Couple Divorces Because Of President Trump

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    Lynn Aronberg , the wife of Palm Beach County State Attorney Dave Aronberg , has announced she's divorcing him, in part, because she supports President Donald Trump and he doesn't. "We are, however, dedicated to remaining close friends". The couple reportedly chose to divorce in March, only a few months into Trump's presidency.
  • India's High Court Denies Abortion for 10-Year-Old Girl

    India's High Court Denies Abortion for 10-Year-Old Girl

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    The PIL was filed after a Chandigarh district court on July 18 refused to let the girl undergo the abortion. A bench comprising Chief Justice J S Khehar and Justice D Y Chandrachud took note of the report of the medical board set up by PGI (Postgraduate Institute of Medical Education and Research) Chandigarh to examine the rape survivor and the consequences if the termination of pregnancy was allowed.
  • Iranian President Said If Us Missile Law Passes, Then Iran Will Respond

    Iranian President Said If Us Missile Law Passes, Then Iran Will Respond

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    The U.S. has said the launch flouted a United Nations Security Council resolution because the technology is inherently created to be able to carry a nuclear payload. President Donald Trump , who this month reluctantly recertified Iran's compliance with the nuclear deal, told the Wall Street Journal in an interview published this week that Washington had been "extremely nice" to Tehran by saying it was complying with the terms of the deal.
  • Senior Republican senators blast 'skinny repeal' health bill

    Senior Republican senators blast 'skinny repeal' health bill

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    Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell's multiple failed attempts to pass a healthcare bill show how hard it has been for him to garner support from members of his own party on a single plan that will uproot the ACA, which Republicans say has driven up premiums and forced consumers to buy insurance they do not want and can not afford.
  • Bomb sniffing dog gets last ride, procession from fellow Marine, Muskegon community

    Bomb sniffing dog gets last ride, procession from fellow Marine, Muskegon community

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    Cena belonged to Lance Cpl. Jeff DeYoung was paired with the dog from 2009 to 2010 while on a combat tour in Afghanistan, and Young adopted Cena upon the dog's retirement. Everyone who took part did so because they realized Cena is a hero. "Every Marine has to go out in a set of dress blues". He organized the sendoff without realizing so many people from the community would join in.
  • Anthony Scaramucci in Furious, Foul-Mouthed Attack on White House Rivals

    Anthony Scaramucci in Furious, Foul-Mouthed Attack on White House Rivals

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    This is a developing story . Scaramucci told Lizza that he wanted to "kill all the leakers and I want to get the President's agenda on track so we can succeed for the American people". The drama was the latest sign of disarray within the Trump White House even as it tries to advance healthcare and tax reform legislation. Julie Bykowicz and Jonathan Lemire of The Associated Press wrote that Scaramucci was "exposing West Wing backstabbing in language more suitable to a mobster movie than ...
  • Polish prosecutors summon European Union leader Tusk for questioning

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    The European Union (EU) has warned Poland of suspending its voting rights after the country recently approved two controversial judicial reforms that would give the government broad powers in the nomination of judges. But Duda approved a less controversial bill meant to reform the lower courts. The EU says the Polish reforms undermine judicial independence and break EU rules.
  • Protestors burn Israeli flag near embassy in Amman

    Protestors burn Israeli flag near embassy in Amman

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    Israel's Foreign Ministry issued a statement saying that the security guard had diplomatic immunity and that it was working with Jordanian authorities. The metal detectors were removed early Tuesday morning. The Israeli ambassador, Einat Shlein, and embassy staff also returned to Israel after the killings and a Jordanian official confirmed to Agence France-Presse on Friday that they would not be allowed to return to Amman until the incident had been properly investigated.
  • Shark leaps onto boat off Long Island, gets stuck on vessel

    Shark leaps onto boat off Long Island, gets stuck on vessel

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    In the now-viral video taken by those on the boat, someone can be heard saying "He jumped on the boat, oh my god!", as crew members decide how to handle the situation. The video shows the shark being lowered down into the water as Law cuts the rope to release it. The ocean animal was discharged after an imaginative thought from one of the team individuals proved worthwhile.