• Robert F. Kennedy assassin stabbed in prison

    Robert F. Kennedy assassin stabbed in prison

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    TMZ reports Sirhan was stabbed in one of the prison yards around 2:30 p.m. Sirhan's next hearing is slated for February 2021. The man who assassinated presidential hopeful Robert F. Kennedy, 42, died early the next day. In April 1969, Sirhan was convicted and sentenced to death penalty. Three years later, however, his sentence was commuted to life in prison when California briefly outlawed capital punishment.
  • White House aide fired after leaks on Trump family

    White House aide fired after leaks on Trump family

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    Madeleine Westerhout stepped down after President Trump found out that she disclosed the personal details to reporters while they were staying in hotels near Trump's Bedminster golf resort, the New York Times reported . She reportedly shared the details to reporters during an off-the-record dinner in New Jersey while he was on his working vacation . It was not immediately clear what the substance of the discussions about Trump's family were.
  • Iran: Lifting US sanctions will help salvage nuclear deal

    Iran: Lifting US sanctions will help salvage nuclear deal

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    When President Donald Trump finally followed through on his threats and withdrew the USA from the Iran nuclear deal in 2018, it looked like he was after something far more ambitious. France, Germany and the United Kingdom will on Friday hold talks on ways to keep alive the troubled Iran nuclear deal and protect shipping in the Gulf.
  • Olympic gold medalist Simone Biles' brother charged in Cleveland triple homicide

    Olympic gold medalist Simone Biles' brother charged in Cleveland triple homicide

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    DeVaughn Jerard Gibson, 23, and Delvante Johnson , 19, were found dead inside the AirBnb rental when police arrived at the scene. Biles-Thomas is being held at the Liberty County jail in Georgia, according to WKYC . Authorities claim an "uninvited group" entered the rented house and "an altercation ensued" between them and the invited guests, which led to gunfire.
  • Student Falls From Balcony When Yoga Pose Goes Wrong

    Student Falls From Balcony When Yoga Pose Goes Wrong

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    Twenty-three-year-old Alexa Terrazas , who studies health and nutrition at Tecnológico de Monterrey, slipped from the balcony railing last Saturday and landed on the pavement outside her apartment in the northeastern state of Nuevo León, the Post reported while quoting local media outlets.
  • Is Pakistan finally isolated on Kashmir issue after Modi-Trump G7 meeting?

    Is Pakistan finally isolated on Kashmir issue after Modi-Trump G7 meeting?

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    Ahead of his bilateral talks with Trump on the margins of the G7 summit, Modi said, "All issues between India and Pakistan are bilateral". We don't bother other countries about these issues. "As long as Pakistan remains on the globe and Islamabad and Beijing have one voice, India can not become a permanent member of the UN Security Council", he said.
  • Deutsche Bank admits it has Trump's tax returns

    Deutsche Bank admits it has Trump's tax returns

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    In a separate letter to the court Tuesday, lawyers for the House told the court that the subpoenas specifically for the president's tax records are lawful if the banks obtained the tax returns directly from the president or were provided to the banks by the Internal Revenue Service with Trump's consent.
  • Queensland-based Epstein accuser says Prince Andrew should 'come clean'

    Queensland-based Epstein accuser says Prince Andrew should 'come clean'

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    She says she was also sent to London and elsewhere for sex with Prince Andrew , the jet-setting middle son of the Queen and years-long friend of Epstein . One of Epstein's attorneys, though, on Tuesday said that the medical examiner who made the suicide ruling only viewed nine minutes of footage from one security camera in making their determination.
  • Wall Street bounces as Trump softens stance on trade war

    Wall Street bounces as Trump softens stance on trade war

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    Senior Trump aide Stephen Miller said in an interview with Fox News: "No American business ought to be wholly dependent on China". However, latest news from the Wall Street Journal quotes some of the US President Donald Trump's aides, including White House Economic Adviser Lawrence Kudlow, while saying that the President Trump has no plans to invoke emergency powers and force companies to relocate operations from China, two days after his Friday tweet that they were "hereby ...