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Trump criticized the city's mayor and the U.S. Department of Justice for its legal defense of his travel ban . At least twice, Trump directly twisted Khan's words to insult him about his response to the attacks. Trump could also be damaging himself when it comes to the sprawling probe into potential collusion between his campaign and Russian officials ahead of the election.
  • Taylor Swift's Music Returning to Spotify & Other Streaming Services Tonight

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    In May, Perry, 32, spoke to The Late Late Show host James Corden about the bitter row, which began in 2014, and urged Swift, 27, to end the bad blood . However, Perry didn't see it as her place to step in on his collaborative decision. "Yeah, I know, I'm kind of insane", admitted Perry. After she spilled all of the tea on " Carpool Karaoke " (green, jasmine, chamomile, you name it) Katy now followed up in ANOTHER interview why she chose to explain her ongoing beef with Taylor ...
  • Woman charged with top-secret leak denied bond

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    Victor remained locked up Tuesda. Prosecutors don't think victor is a jihadist or terrorist sympathizer, they say that before she left the military, she inserted an external hard drive into a top-secret computer there. Winner's mother, Billie Winner-Davis, says her daughter moved to Georgia after six years in the Air Force and "believes in always doing what's right".
  • Qataris Banned From Flying Via UAE as Gulf Curbs Mount

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    The transit ban on Qataris is stricter than the restrictions for Israeli passport holders who are allowed up to 24 hours to change planes at UAE airports, even though Israel and the United Arab Emirates don't have diplomatic relations. Turkey's parliament, on the other hand, has approved sending troops to an existing Turkish base in Qatar as a sign of support. "No one is giving them the right to separate families and displace people.
  • Trump returns to find the Russian investigation embroils his son-in-law

    Trump returns to find the Russian investigation embroils his son-in-law

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    President Trump's son-in-law and White House senior adviser, Jared Kushner , reportedly held meetings during the presidential transition to set up... Contacts between Trump associates and Russian officials during the campaign coincided with what U.S. intelligence agencies concluded was a Kremlin effort through computer hacking, fake news and propaganda to boost Trump's chances of winning the White House .
  • Thousands may have been killed in Philippines: ICRC

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    The army estimated that around 2,000 civilians were still trapped in the capital of Lanao del Sur, in Muslim Mindanao. Terrorists glorifying the Islamic State (IS) have killed at least 174 people including Christians in attacks on Marawi , Philippines, since May 23, the Fides Catholic news agency reported June 1.
  • Woman accused of texting boyfriend instructions to kill himself begins trial

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    On Wednesday, day three of the trial, friends of the then 17-year-old are scheduled to take the stand about their relationship to Carter . " You need to do it, Conrad ", one text from Carter read . Carter faces up to 20 years in prison if convicted. Carter waived her right to trial by jury on Monday, so the final decision will be up to a judge in a juvenile court, because she was a juvenile at the time of Roy's death .
  • Georgia GOP congressional candidate stuns opponent with one question

    Georgia GOP congressional candidate stuns opponent with one question

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    Handel pointed out that Ossoff , 30, is a carpet-bagger who doesn't even live in the district he wants to represent. Handel welcomed Trump for an April fundraiser, and the President sent a fundraising email on her behalf. "My record is one of results - in the private sector and in public service", she said. Handel received a congratulatory call from Trump after taking second place in the jungle primary in April.
  • "Americans actively interfere with electoral campaigns of other countries" - Putin

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    Putin responded that the intelligence community have been "misled," and that hackers have been trying to cover their tracks by implicating the Russians . PUTIN: I didn't even really talk to him. "That sums up my entire acquaintance with Mr. Flynn", he concluded. Putin was equally abrasive when Kelly asked if his government had compromising information on President Trump , referring to an alleged dossier that was collected prior to the election.
  • Spain and India PMs meet to boost economic, security ties

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    The agreements were signed after Prime Minister Modi held wide-ranging talks with Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy at the Moncloa Palace in the Spanish capital. Modi also met King Felipe VI at Palacio de la Zarzuela on the outskirts of Madrid . "The potential for India's accelerated growth has never been greater, nor the optimism higher", he said.
  • Paris Police Shoot, Wound Hammer-Wielding Assailant Outside Notre Dame

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    A witness said he heard someone "shout very loudly". Thankfully, we were all safe. Karine Dalle, a spokeswoman for the Paris diocese, told BFM TV 900 people were still inside the cathedral as police secured the area. Police warned the public to stay away from the landmark, according to Reuters. Police officers install a security parameter outside Notre Dame cathedral in Paris , June, 6, 2017 .