• Tough Talk On North Korea

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    North Korean soldiers are rumored to have snatched South Korean guards before. " The DPRK is ready to react to any mode of war desired by the Americans ", Kim In Ryong told reporters at United Nations headquarters, using the acronym for North Korea's formal name, the Democratic People's Republic of Korea.
  • Airstrike in eastern Syria kills at least 8 people

    Airstrike in eastern Syria kills at least 8 people

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    Most of the rebels had retreated from the town after troops stormed it following dozens of strikes by jets believed to be Russian since dawn, including so-called parachute bombs that also targeted other towns in the area, including Latamneh and Kafr Zeita.
  • British PM May calls for early election on June 8

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    But the other political parties oppose it. May said Tuesday that the divisions in Parliament explained her change of heart on an early election. "Prime ministers only make Downing Street statements when it's something significant", BBC political editor Norman Smith said.
  • Turkey: Referendum results are legitimate

    Turkey: Referendum results are legitimate

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    Implementing the reforms would now begin, starting with the judiciary, he said. Germany said on Monday the close result in Turkey's referendum on expanding Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan's powers was a big responsibility for him to bear and showed how divided Turkish society was.
  • Gorsuch dives into the fray at first Supreme Court arguments

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    It is related to "originalism", as a constrained way of interpreting the Constitution. Katyal, who served as the acting U.S. Solicitor General under President Barack Obama, was one of Gorsuch's biggest advocates during his confirmation proceedings - penning an op-ed for The New York Times under the headline " Why Liberals Should Back Neil Gorsuch " - and there was some question before Monday's hearing about whether Gorsuch would recuse himself from the case because of that support.
  • Rivals to challenge Recep Tayyip Erdogan's poll win

    Rivals to challenge Recep Tayyip Erdogan's poll win

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    Turkey's referendum on whether to change the country to a presidential system of governance evoked various reactions from global leaders after the "Yes" campaign clinched the victory. It is hardly the overwhelming victory that Erdogan had predicted ahead of Saturday's vote, but it doesn't appear to be stopping him from relishing the win.
  • Turkey urged to seek consensus over referendum result

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    Since a failed military coup in July previous year, Erdogan has had the country's state of emergency status extended several times, which has already given him a taste of expanded powers. The president of the European Parliament, Antonio Tajani, tweeted his own concerns. "The members of some election commissions, despite the education we provided, despite the information we gave them, made mistakes".
  • Meet the Woman Replacing Disgraced Alabama Governor Robert Bentley

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    Bentley, 74, has been the subject of intense media scrutiny since the summer of 2015 when reports emerged alleging that he had engaged in an extra-marital affair with staffer Rebekah Mason. Bentley's security chief recalled seeing the younger aide leave the governor's office with "tousled hair and making adjustments to her wardrobe". She held two terms as state treasurer and ran for governor in 2010, entering a crowded GOP primary field that included ex-Gov.
  • United CEO felt 'shame' to see passenger dragged off flight

    United CEO felt 'shame' to see passenger dragged off flight

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    Lawyers told ABC News that the passenger, 69-year-old David Dao, is at a Chicago hospital being treated for his injuries. This Sunday, April 9, 2017, image made from a video provided by Audra D. On Wednesday, Munoz said he did not blame the passenger, and added that his initial comments "fell short" of what he felt. "I don't think our police department should be cooperating with that".
  • US House Democrats Want Security Clearance for Trump's Son-in-Law Revoked

    US House Democrats Want Security Clearance for Trump's Son-in-Law Revoked

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    Trump then goes on to reminisce about the "great memories" he's had inside the office. Pence replies, "Sir, I love when you joke so casually about North Korea". The real Spicer had to apologize, profusely, for his historic inaccuracies. McCarthy's Spicer reminded everyone that Trump bombed Syria "while eating the most handsome piece of cake this week, and that is a fact".