• Trump will focus on Russia's 'malign' activity at summits
Trump will focus on Russia's 'malign' activity at summits

Likewise, the Helsinki summit with Putin will include a one-on-one meeting on Monday July 16, followed by larger meeting with staffs, and then a working lunch between the two sides. "We're entering with our eyes wide open, but peace is always worth the effort", Huntsman said. Mr. Trump's political opponents in the US will be looking for any sign ...

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  • EPA Chief Scott Pruitt Resigns, Trump Tweets
EPA Chief Scott Pruitt Resigns, Trump Tweets

Environmental advocates, as well as fans of deregulation, said Wheeler was likely to continue Pruitt's efforts to reduce environmental protections. Later, Wheeler worked as a lobbyist representing Murray Energy and its CEO Robert Murray, a prominent Trump backer who denies the science of climate change.

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  • We'd be at war with North Korea if it wasn't for me
We'd be at war with North Korea if it wasn't for me

Pompeo told CNN last week he would not put a timeline on negotiations with North Korea , but said the Trump administration will regularly assess the regime's seriousness about abandoning its nuclear program as the USA moves toward normalizing relations with Pyongyang .

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  • Hot and humid, few storms for Independence Day
Hot and humid, few storms for Independence Day

Monday for northwestern ME, including northern Piscatiquis and Somerset counties and the Allagash region in western Aroostook County. Wistar said there could be spotty thunderstorms on Wednesday or Thursday , but they won't cool the air much.

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  • 'Abolish ICE' is a sign of the left's rising extremism
'Abolish ICE' is a sign of the left's rising extremism

President Donald Trump has spoken with seven potential candidates and is set to announce his decision on Monday. Kamala Harris , has said that officials should "re-examine" ICE and "think about starting from scratch". Leahy argued that the Trump administration has directed the agencies to act outside of their mission . "If they're actuall...

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  • NK leader Kim visits textile plants, chastens workers for not working hard
NK leader Kim visits textile plants, chastens workers for not working hard

DPRK stands for the North's official name, the Democratic People's Republic of Korea. While Mr Trump said North Korea would see economic penalties relaxed only after he has "completely denuclearised", Kim has advocated a "step-by-step" process.

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  • Michael Cohen Says His Loyalty Is To His Family And Country
Michael Cohen Says His Loyalty Is To His Family And Country

CNN has reported that Cohen has felt increasingly isolated from the President in the wake of April's raids . "So the right thing to do as a lawyer in a defense team is to be very upfront about the potential desire to flip, because otherwise you're really harming the other defense team and you can create a lot of problems".

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  • Texas mom accused of selling child, trying to sell 2 more
Texas mom accused of selling child, trying to sell 2 more

Jail records obtained by the local NBC affiliate revealed the boy was sold to two men. In a new statement, DPS says they have located the 7-year-old boy that was allegedly sold by his mom. After her arrest, officers transported Garza to the Nueces County Jail where she was booked with bond set at $100,000. Two other people with the suspect were...

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  • Will Trump press Putin on election meddling denials?
Will Trump press Putin on election meddling denials?

The Wall Street Journal on Friday reported that Trump planned to seek Moscow's help in scaling back Iran's military presence in Syria when he meets Russian President Vladimir Putin in Helsinki on July 16. Press Secretary of the White house Sarah Sanders refused to confirm or deny trump's words. On Thursday, the CNN quoted unnamed sources as...

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  • Tehran reacted to the detention of the Iranian diplomat in Germany
Tehran reacted to the detention of the Iranian diplomat in Germany

The office said the couple was detained while in their Mercedes, which contained about half a kilogram of TATP explosives and a detonator. A man detained in Germany appeared to be an Iranian diplomat from Vienna, Van de Sijpt said. The mullahs stole the 1979 Islamic revolution from the people of Iran and ever since the NCRI have been fighti...

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  • French President parties at Lagos nightclub
French President parties at Lagos nightclub

In Nouakchott, Macron held talks with the leaders of the French-backed five-nation military force fighting Al-Qaeda-linked jihadists in the Sahel. "I am very happy to be here". "What happens in the shrine remains in the shrine", Macron said to cheers from the crowd. This also creates a platform for our local talents to feel a sense of belonging...

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  • Areas in Atlantic presents possible tropical development
Areas in Atlantic presents possible tropical development

Tropical Depression 2 is located about 1385 miles east-southeast of the Lesser Antilles and is moving to the west at 16 mph (26 km/h). Winds are expected to become less conducive for development when the system approaches the Lesser Antilles.

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  • Donald Trump calls on Congress to fix 'insane' immigration laws
Donald Trump calls on Congress to fix 'insane' immigration laws

More than 600 marches could draw hundreds of thousands of people nationwide, from immigrant-friendly cities like Los Angeles and New York City to conservative Appalachia and Wyoming. In cities such as NY and Los Angeles to conservative strongholds across the Deep South, " Families Belong Together " rallies drew people from both sides of the issue ...

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  • Theresa May ducks out of Brexit customs questions
Theresa May ducks out of Brexit customs questions

The British Chambers of Commerce (BCC) has published the two-dozen top real-world questions being asked on Brexit by businesses across the United Kingdom - and says the government has managed to make limited progress on just 2 of the 23 issues where clarity is urgently needed so that firms can plan their trade following the UK's departure from th...

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  • Statue of Liberty climber comes down after 4-hour standoff
Statue of Liberty climber comes down after 4-hour standoff

At one point, she removed her sneakers and tried to climb higher on the statue but wasn't able to get any higher. Liberty Island, where the statue is located, was evacuated and all visitors were taken off the island via ferry, a National Parks spokesperson said .

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  • Delhi vs Centre: SC rules ‘Kejriwal is the Boss’
Delhi vs Centre: SC rules ‘Kejriwal is the Boss’

All five judges unanimously agreed that the L-G must respect the decisions of an elected government, and act on the aid and advice of the council of ministers. The Delhi government can make laws on both the state and concurrent list subjects, the L-G alone can make laws on land, police and public order. The bench said, all decisions of the Counci...

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  • Russia, U.S. discuss preparations for Putin-Trump summit in Helsinki
Russia, U.S. discuss preparations for Putin-Trump summit in Helsinki

Senator Richard Shelby, a Republican from Alabama, met with Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov in Moscow two weeks before the countries' presidents are to meet in Helsinki. When asked by reporters Saturday whether he would consider recognizing Russia's annexation of Crimea, Trump said that "we'll have to see". According to Russian media rep...

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  • Donald Trump promises Justice Kennedy replacement to be 'Home Run'
Donald Trump promises Justice Kennedy replacement to be 'Home Run'

Trump said he interviewed four potential nominees to the Court on Monday, according to the Post. White House spokesman Raj Shah disclosed the conversations. NARAL Pro-Choice America says a full-page and online ads begin Wednesday in four ME newspapers. The list has existed since Trump began searching for late Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scali...

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  • New Zealand court rules Kim Dotcom can be extradited
New Zealand court rules Kim Dotcom can be extradited

If found guilty, they could face decades in prison. Dotcom has been fighting the extradition ever since the Federal Bureau of Investigation shut down his digital empire in 2012. In addition to Dotcom, who founded Megaupload and was its biggest shareholder, the U.S. is also seeking to extradite former Megaupload officers Mathias Ortmann, Bram van ...

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  • Two people critical after 'major incident' in UK
Two people critical after 'major incident' in UK

Counter Terrorism Policing, said in a statement Wednesday night. Andrea Sella, professor of inorganic chemistry at University College London, said Novichok nerve agents "are created to be quite persistent - they hang around in the environment, neither evaporating or decomposing quickly".

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