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Bob Dole (R-Kan.), who served in the U.S. Army during World War II and suffered severe injuries. Trump recognized former Sen. "While we can not know the extent of your pain, what we do know is that our gratitude to them and to you is boundless and undying-will always be there, Thank you", Trump said.
  • Stanley Cup Final: Five keys to Game 3

    Stanley Cup Final: Five keys to Game 3

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    It's not that they don't throw punches; it's not that they don't have knockout power. The Predators actually controlled five-on-five play for the entirety of the game, and yet another few minute lapse turned into an unscalable mountain.
  • Trump lawyer rejects Comey testimony, suggests prosecution

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    The memos detailed his encounters with Trump, which included Trump asking him to now investigate Michael Flynn. The contents of their conversations raise ethics and possibly legal concerns regarding Trump's conduct with the FBI , an a-political law enforcement organization, and in light of the ongoing investigations into ties between Trump's presidential campaign and the Russian governement.
  • London attacker was featured in TV documentary

    London attacker was featured in TV documentary "Jihadis Next Door"

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    Khuram Butt , a British citizen born in Pakistan, and Rachid Redouane were today named by Scotland Yard as two of the three men who killed seven people during a weekend terror attack in London . Prime Minister Theresa May and her Labour Party challenger, Jeremy Corbyn. With the London attack dominating attention, a reduction in the number of police officers in England and Wales by nearly 20,000 during May's six years as interior minister from 2010 to 2016 shot to the top of the ...
  • Mother of third London Bridge attacker speaks out

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    Zaghba was "not a police or MI5 subject of interest", the police said in a statement, but according to Italian newspaper Corriere della Sera , Italian intelligence had tipped off their British counterparts when he tried to go to Syria previous year via the city of Bologna.
  • Qatar must 'change policies': Saudi foreign minister

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    These countries accused Doha of promoting terrorism and announced they would pull out their diplomatic staff from Qatar and even suspend flights to the country. "Saudi Arabia has closed the offices of Qatar's Al-Jazeera news network after severing ties with the energy-rich Gulf nation, which it accuses of supporting terrorist groups", the Associated Press reported on Monday.
  • Schumer to Trump: Play Comey tapes or admit they don't exist

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    Attorney Preet Bharara, who was also fired by Trump, echoed Comey's statement , writing, "We can all agree with Jim Comey that, Lordy, we hope there are tapes". Comey said that he declined to do so in large part because of the "duty to correct" that would be created if that situation changed. He wrote in a May 26 column for The Observer that, according to multiple "firsthand accounts", Rogers recently told NSA staffers "that President Trump asked him to discredit the Federal Bureau of ...
  • Macron says long Trump handshake 'not innocent'

    Macron says long Trump handshake 'not innocent'

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    The shake lasted over 5.2 seconds and included an unsuccessful attempt by Trump at one point to release himself from his counterpart's grasp. I was among the journalists, politicians, philanthropists and think tankers who gathered at the Kalorama neighborhood manse to participate in a conversation co-hosted by the Atlantic on the rise of populism in Western liberal democracies.
  • Final UK opinion poll shows PM May's Conservatives' lead widening

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    May was criticized for lacklustre campaigning and deadly attacks that turned the election into a debate about national security . The opinion polls continue to suggest a Conservative lead, although the scale of the advantage in recent studies has ranged from a single point to a double-digit lead for Theresa May .
  • Interior Dept. to review sage grouse policy, reviving fight with environmentalists

    Interior Dept. to review sage grouse policy, reviving fight with environmentalists

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    As co-chairs the Western Governors Association's Sage Grouse Task Force, the bipartisan pair had urged Zinke to stick with a habitat management strategy. The plight of the grouse, a key indicator species for America's dwindling sagebrush ecosystem, has pitted conservation groups against oil and gas drilling, wind farms and cattle grazing in one of the biggest industry-versus-nature conflicts in decades.
  • Israel 'not ready' for peace

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    Israel hopes that by further dividing the Arabs, it can drive the minimum Palestinian demands-a sovereign, independent Palestinian state along the 1967 lines-even lower. Retired journalist Abraham Rabinovich pictured on June 7, 1967 with Israeli soldiers in the hours after Israel captured the Old City of Jerusalem from Jordan.