• North Korean Leader Inspects Island Areas Near China
North Korean Leader Inspects Island Areas Near China

US President Donald Trump has said he won't rush negotiations with North Korea to dismantle its nuclear weapons program, comparing the process to cooking a turkey. A deal inked in Singapore omits key details about North Korea's nuclear activities, and experts say Kim Jong Un is unlikely to pause his nuclear energy program.

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  • Dog attacked by rattlesnake on hike
Dog attacked by rattlesnake on hike

Todd jumped to protect Godwin and was bitten in the face in the process, Godwin says. Todd, her "hero of a puppy", courageously jumped in front of its owner's leg where she "surely would have got bit". It was a handsome morning but as we. Godwin said she posted the photos to Facebook as a warning to other dog owners, but did not expect to go vi...

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  • Obama Told Trump to Rename, Own Obamacare Instead of Repealing It
Obama Told Trump to Rename, Own Obamacare Instead of Repealing It

The DNC is now saddled with an excessive amount of financial debt from election expenses and is facing a severe fundraising shortfall according to the most recently available reports offered up by CNN . "I am giving you the executive summary: Vote!" What explains his near absence from the political stage, where he might argue publicly agains...

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  • Trump Administration: Migrant Families Can Be Detained For More Than 20 Days
Trump Administration: Migrant Families Can Be Detained For More Than 20 Days

But in Dodge City, Kansas, a 100-person rally led by a Catholic church felt more like a mass than a protest . Over 700 rallies were planned to be held in all the 50 states of the U.S. "As a nation and a people we can do better", Lewis said. "It hurts our communities to separate families". "Abolish ICE", said another sign, reflecting growing ca...

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  • Mattis seeks to allay Japanese concerns in North Korea denuclearization effort
Mattis seeks to allay Japanese concerns in North Korea denuclearization effort

The two defense chiefs also agreed to continue consultations on the timing and scope of joint military exercises given progress in the North's denuclearization and the South Korean and USA militaries' combat readiness. Japanese Foreign Minister Taro Kono told Mattis it was important for America and Japan to "keep our relations tight" and maintain f...

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  • French gangster flees prison after helicopter escape
French gangster flees prison after helicopter escape

According to the MailOnline , it's the second time Faid has pulled off a spectacular jailbreak - in 2013 Faid used explosives to blast his way through five prison doors and escape from another prison, briefly taking four wardens hostage. Rédoine Faïd abandoned the helicopter on the outskirts of Paris after using it to escape Réau prison in the so...

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  • Mnuchin Calls Threats To Leave World Trade Org An 'Exaggeration'
Mnuchin Calls Threats To Leave World Trade Org An 'Exaggeration'

Mnuchin has been in the room when he has said this. The US President has not shied away from taking actions by imposing steep trade tariffs on countries such as China, Canada and Mexico. The WTO effectively sets the rules for global trade and is now comprised of 164 states. In Geneva, WTO spokesman Keith Rockwell said no one from the USA govern...

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  • Despite the Singapore deal, North Korea’s up to its old tricks
Despite the Singapore deal, North Korea’s up to its old tricks

The report contradicts President TrumpDonald John TrumpScaramucci warns Trump must "change tactics now" on trade Trump sought to purchase historic Scottish building for hotel: report Republican wins right to replace Farenthold in Congress MORE 's claim that North Korea is no longer a nuclear threat after his meeting with Kim Jong Un ...

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  • Political star Ocasio-Cortez appears on TV's 'The View'
Political star Ocasio-Cortez appears on TV's 'The View'

On top of that, the insistence on always playing to the middle while the Republican Party swings further into full-blown authoritarianism has produced a huge imagination deficit among the Democrats . "What that means to me is health care as a human right, it means that every child no matter where you are born should have access to a college or tra...

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  • Annapolis shooting suspect not cooperating with detectives
Annapolis shooting suspect not cooperating with detectives

The Capital Gazette and The Baltimore Sun are owned by Tronc , which also owns the Orlando Sentinel. Newspaper reporters routinely show up at crime scenes as police descend to restore order and launch investigations . hunting down four journalists and a sales assistant....as reporters ran for their lives. Adams also alleged Ramos planned t...

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  • ND congressional delegation reacts to Supreme Court's travel ban ruling
ND congressional delegation reacts to Supreme Court's travel ban ruling

At issue was the legality of a proclamation issued by Trump in September 2017 that limited entry into the United States of foreign nationals from Chad, Iran, Somalia, Libya, North Korea, Syria, Venezuela, and Yemen. The ban comes as reports of discrimination against Muslims have surged nationwide. The president said that he would also be aski...

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  • 9 stabbed at Idaho apartment complex; refugees among injured
9 stabbed at Idaho apartment complex; refugees among injured

Bones added that he left "peacefully" when she asked. Officers located nine victims inside and outside the apartment complex located at Wylie Lane and State Street. "At this point we haven't lost anybody, but as I said the injuries are very serious", Bones said. Officers were called to the apartments at 8:46 p.m.

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  • Bolton says he raised U.S. election meddling with Putin
Bolton says he raised U.S. election meddling with Putin

Bolton said that when he met with Putin, the Russian president personally assured him that Russia did not meddle in the USA presidential election - but that Trump would still have words for Putin ahead of the 2018 contest. 'We don't want anybody tampering with elections, ' he said. The president has called Mueller's probe a "witch hunt". He has...

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  • Regime reclaims more ground in south Syria: monitor
Regime reclaims more ground in south Syria: monitor

But half of the province - including part of the provincial capital Daraa city - still remains in the hands of opposition forces not willing to give up the fight. Amman has said it can not open its frontier to any more Syrians fleeing the seven-year conflict, but on Saturday announced it had sent aid across the border to the displaced.

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  • Retired admiral sworn in as U.S. ambassador to South Korea
Retired admiral sworn in as U.S. ambassador to South Korea

U.S. intelligence agencies have for at least a year believed that the number of warheads is about 65, as reported last year by The Washington Post . "I think they're very serious about it", the President responded. He said the one-year program the USA is proposing would cover all of the North's chemical and biological weapons, nuclear programs...

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  • Suspects in Kim Jong Nam murder are 'trained assassins', court hears
Suspects in Kim Jong Nam murder are 'trained assassins', court hears

They say they were told to take part in a prank for a TV show. US and South Korean forces have trained together for decades, and always characterised the drills as defensive in nature, while Pyongyang condemned them as rehearsals for invasion and often responded with provocations of its own.

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  • Protests against immigration policies flood United States cities
Protests against immigration policies flood United States cities

The rally Saturday is one of hundreds across the US urging the Trump administration to reunite families. Protesters gathered in major cities and small towns across the United States to denounce President Trump's immigration policies. Next it will be all police. A splinter group of several dozen protesters in Washington went to protest a...

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  • British spies took 'inexcusable' actions after 9/11 - lawmakers' report
British spies took 'inexcusable' actions after 9/11 - lawmakers' report

The committee said more could have been done by United Kingdom agencies and ministers "to seek to influence USA behavior" and to "distance themselves from mistreatment of detainees". The report also details a list of concerns in which British intelligence were aware of a high level of mistreatment taking place and yet did not take action regardin...

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  • US weighs withdrawing troops from Germany
US weighs withdrawing troops from Germany

Trump then went on his usual riff about Germany not paying its fair share of defense spending, said the Europeans weren't paying enough and that the U.S.is being ripped off. France is near the two-percent target, with 1.8 percent in 2017, while Spain was at 0.92 percent previous year. "We should have no illusions: Europe and North America need one ...

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  • Rocket developed by Japan start-up crashes straight back to Earth after lift-off
Rocket developed by Japan start-up crashes straight back to Earth after lift-off

The company says it believes the rocket suffered a glitch in its main engine. While no injuries were reported, the incident struck a major blow to Japan's plans of sending a private rocket into space. An unmanned rocket crashed in a huge fireball just seconds after liftoff off in Japan. Momo-2 was scheduled to fall into the sea after reaching o...

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