• British Republicans to show support for Donald Trump UK visit

    British Republicans to show support for Donald Trump UK visit

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    The protests have already begun, police leave has been cancelled, while the prime minister and her foreign secretary are nervously preparing for any potential mishaps, gaffes or insults: Donald Trump is finally arriving in the UK. "If you believe children shouldn't be separated from their families, If you believe women should have control over THEIR OWN bodies, If you believe that our planet is worth protecting, If you believe that racism should be fought every step of the way, Then you ...
  • Trump insists he has ‘very good’ relations with Merkel

    Trump insists he has ‘very good’ relations with Merkel

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    It was just the latest in Trump's demands and insults that critics fear will undermine a decades-old alliance launched to counter-balance Soviet aggression after World War II. The president argued this is not fair to USA taxpayers and "we're not going to put up with it". "I have great confidence they'll be spending more ", he said .
  • Tropical Storm Chris brings rough surf to North Carolina coast

    Tropical Storm Chris brings rough surf to North Carolina coast

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    Sustained winds were around 70 miles per hour at the time of the NHC report , and the storm was stationary. No coastal watches or warnings were in effect, but forecasters said swells along the coasts of North Carolina and the mid-Atlantic states could produce risky surf and rip currents.
  • World Cup fever soars in England on #WaistcoatWednesday

    World Cup fever soars in England on #WaistcoatWednesday

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    It has been a memorable campaign thus far for Modric, who was influential in helping Real Madrid to a third consecutive Champions League crown. Saturday's victory on penalties against hosts Russian Federation was their second successive match to go to a shoot-out after they were pushed all the way by Denmark in the last 16 six days earlier.
  • Officer investigated for failing to help woman being harassed about citizenship

    Officer investigated for failing to help woman being harassed about citizenship

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    You're "not going to change us", the harasser told the woman - though it wasn't clear exactly whom he meant by "us". "The world is not gonna change the United States of America". "At the same time, this video will help inform ongoing officer training so we can all learn from this unfortunate episode". Puerto Rico Gov. Ricardo Rossello was on CNN's Erin Burnett "OutFront" on Tuesday night discussing the incident.
  • US soldier killed in Afghan ‘insider attack’

    US soldier killed in Afghan ‘insider attack’

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    The insurgent group asserted the ongoing conflict is not an "inter-afghan battle or battle among Muslims", blaming the 2001 US -led invasion of Afghanistan for starting it. "We're counting on all the actors in the region to be supportive". It was claimed by the Taliban. "The Afghan Mujahid nation does not expect authorities of Saudi Arabia and scholars to side with American invaders in this fight between Islam and disbelievers", the Taliban said in a statement .
  • North Korea's angry response to Pompeo visit signals the honeymoon is over

    North Korea's angry response to Pompeo visit signals the honeymoon is over

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    In Tokyo on Sunday, Pompeo rejected the suggestion the two sides were far apart, describing North Korean officials as more receptive to U.S. demands behind closed doors. But while Pompeo on Saturday painted a positive picture of the follow-up talks, North Korean officials accused the United States of trying to unilaterally pressure their country into abandoning its nuclear programme.
  • Cable Barrier to be Installed Along Route 1 Median in Delaware

    Cable Barrier to be Installed Along Route 1 Median in Delaware

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    The operator of the Sable, a 24-year-old male from Bethlehem PA, was transported to a local area hospital where he was treated and released with non-life threatening injuries. The father's and daughters' bodies were unrecognizable after the crash, Audie Trinidad's brother, Daniel Trinidad , told The Post. The family was returning home after a vacation.
  • Casey to Oppose Trump's Supreme Court Nomination

    Casey to Oppose Trump's Supreme Court Nomination

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    Kavanaugh and Thomas M. Hardiman , people familiar with the discussions said. He has a degree from Yale Law School and was a clerk for Kennedy. Liberals also took issue with the presence of Leonard Leo, the Federalist Society's executive vice president, who is now on leave from the group of conservative attorneys and scholars to work with Trump's Supreme Court nomination team.
  • Trump Nominates Brett Kavanaugh To Supreme Court

    Trump Nominates Brett Kavanaugh To Supreme Court

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    The New York Times wrote that people familiar with the discussions about the finalists said President Donald Trump has narrowed his focus to Brett M. If the decision is made permanent, it would lead to higher premiums. The conservative lawyers with whom Breitbart News spoke expressed their doubts that Kethledge could be almost as antithetical to their viewpoints as a "Souter 2.0", preferring to compare him to the justice he would perspective replace, Anthony Kennedy.