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The U.K. voted 52 percent to 48 percent to leave the European Union, but Scotland backed remaining by a large majority, and Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon is seeking to hold a referendum on independence from the U.K. The Conservative Party has a slim majority in Parliament, but May is betting they'll gain seats. But it climbed after Mrs May confirmed her wish for a 8 June General Election date - passing $1.27 by mid-afternoon, its highest level since the beginning of December.
  • North Korea: Nuclear war may start any moment because Trump is 'crazy'

    North Korea: Nuclear war may start any moment because Trump is 'crazy'

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    Pence struck a stern tone as he began talks with Abe and other Japanese leaders after arriving at a US naval base from South Korea. Trump also vowed to renegotiate existing regional trade deals to focus on bilateral agreements. has been keen to establish bilateral deals with Japan. The North's freedom to conduct underground tests gives it the chance to significantly improve its weapons by using less fissile material per weapon and producing greater explosive yields, said David Albright, a ...
  • Steve Stephens, Facebook slaying suspect, dead, police say

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    Stephens was the subject of a nationwide manhunt throughout Monday and into Tuesday and was wanted on a charge of aggravated murder. Facebook murder suspect Steve Stephens was found dead of a self-inflicted gunshot wound on Tuesday after a vehicle chase in the state of Pennsylvania, state police said .
  • Searching for Justice Neil Gorsuch: A Primer

    Searching for Justice Neil Gorsuch: A Primer

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    Chris Landau tried to convince the court that his client's case should go to the district court. They declined to hear the long-shot appeal of a New Mexico lawyer who sued Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) over his refusal to even grant a hearing to Merrick Garland - the judge who might have sat where Gorsuch now sits had the election turned out differently.
  • Great Falls families attend annual city Easter egg hunt

    Great Falls families attend annual city Easter egg hunt

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    She brought her son Luka, 2, and infant daughter Adria to hunt for eggs Saturday at the Joseph Schneider Haus museum. "Its a fun community thing", Jack's mother Kim Anderson said. Carol Drake, egg hunt volunteer, said she has been helping with the hunt for about 15 years. "You also get to have cool stuff like dyed eggs and candy".
  • Aaron Hernandez trial: First defense witness rips apart prosecution's entire motive

    Aaron Hernandez trial: First defense witness rips apart prosecution's entire motive

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    The prosuection contends that Hernandez shot into a vehicle, killing Daniel de Abreu and Safiro Furtado because of a spilled drink in a nightclub. Salvador said that he asked Hernandez to pose with him for a photo. A friend who was with Hernandez testified that Hernandez shot them two hours after one of the men bumped into Hernandez at the club and spilled his drink.
  • Liverpool legend Souness: Rashford could play with Ibrahimovic in Man Utd attack

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    Antonio Conte says Chelsea have only a 50-50 chance of winning the Premier League following their defeat at Manchester United and claims winning the title would represent a "miracle". He detailed Ander Herrera and Matteo Darmian to man-mark Chelsea forwards Eden Hazard and Pedro Rodriguez, made the bold call to start Marcus Rashford ahead of top scorer Zlatan Ibrahimovic, and played two youngsters - Rashford and winger Jesse Lingard - up front in a surprise move.
  • Trump breaks ranks with Europe on Erdogan's win in Turkey's referendum

    Trump breaks ranks with Europe on Erdogan's win in Turkey's referendum

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    The retired general also had more advice for the administration just days after Trump approved military strikes on Syria and the U.S. military dropped America's most powerful non-nuclear bomb on ISIS targets in Afghanistan. Worldwide observers agreed the campaign was conducted on an " unlevel playing field " and that the vote count itself was marred by procedural changes that removed key safeguards.
  • Trump faces early referendum in Georgia congressional race

    Trump faces early referendum in Georgia congressional race

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    In a Monday, March 27, 2017 photo, Democratic congressional candidate Jon Ossoff is seen with supporters outside of the East Roswell Branch Library in Roswell, Ga., on the first day of early voting. "I got texts, I got calls". Much of the energy and rage that has electrified the left since Trump was elected president has been channeled Ossoff's way.
  • New Zealand tightens immigration rules in 'Kiwi-first' crackdown

    New Zealand tightens immigration rules in 'Kiwi-first' crackdown

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    A second threshold will be set at $73,000 - one-and-a-half times the median income. The introduction of a maximum duration of three years for lower-skilled and lower-paid Essential Skills visa holders, after which a minimum stand down period will apply before they are eligible for another lower-skilled temporary work visa.