• White House Press Secretary Confronted over Family Separations
White House Press Secretary Confronted over Family Separations

Mrs. Sanders , despite the reporter's vagueness about the Bible verse being quoted, accurately predicted Mr. Sessions' context when challenged on the issue. "CPI's mission is to support conservatives in Washington and we are excited about giving hundreds of qualified, experienced conservatives an opportunity to meet with Trump administration offic...

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  • Afghan Soldiers And Taliban Celebrate Eid In Unprecedented Ceasefire
Afghan Soldiers And Taliban Celebrate Eid In Unprecedented Ceasefire

No report of violence could be reported over the past 24 hours after the Taliban's ceasefire went into effect on Friday, overlapping with an Afghan government ceasefire which lasts until Wednesday. "I can see Taliban walking around among ordinary people". Members of rights groups organised a brief meeting between Afghan forces and Taliban insurge...

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  • Second deputy dies in shooting in Kansas
Second deputy dies in shooting in Kansas

Bailiff conceded that Wyandotte County's law enforcement agencies are reeling from a series of tragedies, including the shooting death of Kansas City, Kan., police detective Brad Lancaster in May 2016 and the shooting death of Kansas City, Kan ., police captain Robert Melton in June 2016.

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  • Won't sign 'moderate' immigration bill in GOP setback
Won't sign 'moderate' immigration bill in GOP setback

One White House official who was watching the interview in a room with others said there were audible gasps when the President made the comment as staff immediately realized the potential consequences of the President's remarks. The latest version of the conservative bill would extend DACA protections for renewable six-year periods. There is ...

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  • Malaysia welcomes United Nations resolution for Palestine
Malaysia welcomes United Nations resolution for Palestine

An amendment presented by the United States that condemned Hamas for "inciting violence" along the border with Gaza failed to garner the two-thirds majority needed for adoption. The vote for the "Protection of the Palestinian civilian population" resolution, which took place in the General Assembly in New York City, was first proposed by Alge...

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  • Riders plunge 10 meters in roller coaster derailment
Riders plunge 10 meters in roller coaster derailment

The front vehicle, which held four people, reportedly pointed straight down to the ground and was barely connected to anything aside from the auto behind it. A hospital spokeswoman would not comment on their conditions to a News-Journal reporter. "We have a tech rescue team specializing in high rise rescues", Staton told CNN .

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  • Ghani confirms death of Pakistani Taliban leader
Ghani confirms death of Pakistani Taliban leader

The militant first took charge of the TTP in November 2013 after the death of Hakimullah Mehsud, who was also killed in a USA operation. Another government official told the AP that Fazlullah - who ordered the assassination of Nobel Peace Prize victor Malala Yousafzai - as well as five other insurgents were killed when their vehicle was struck....

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  • CBS report: Sarah Huckabee Sanders planning to depart the White House
CBS report: Sarah Huckabee Sanders planning to depart the White House

Back and forth it went. The separation of illegal alien families at the border has been the source of controversy in recent weeks. "But, please don't take my words out of context", Sanders said. On Wednesday, reporters were allowed for the first time to see a Texas facility housing almost 1,500 immigrant children separated from their parents by...

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  • Inspector General report says Federal Bureau of Investigation agent called Martin O'Malley a 'douche'
Inspector General report says Federal Bureau of Investigation agent called Martin O'Malley a 'douche'

Of the decision not to charge Clinton , the inspector general "found no evidence that the conclusions by the prosecutors were affected by bias or other improper considerations; rather, we determined that they were based on the prosecutors' assessment of the facts, the law and past department practice".

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  • Huge gathering of 140000 Muslims at Europe's biggest Eid celebration
Huge gathering of 140000 Muslims at Europe's biggest Eid celebration

Meanwhile private sector workers have been given leave for the first two days of Eid Al Fitr - meaning they will return to work on Sunday. He said Eid-UL-Fitr is a season of joy and sharing showing compassion, spreading a message of peace and love as the Muslim faithful conclude their fasting.

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  • Federal Bureau of Investigation recovers WhatApp, Signal data stored on Michael Cohen’s BlackBerry
Federal Bureau of Investigation recovers WhatApp, Signal data stored on Michael Cohen’s BlackBerry

In a Thursday night filing, Blakely said Avenatti had discussed the Daniels case in at least 121 television appearances and 439 tweets, threatening to turn it into a "media circus" and deprive Cohen of his right to a fair trial. She claims that Cohen gave her "hush money" during the 2016 election to keep quiet about her relationship with Trump. C...

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  • Highlights Of The Trump-Kim Summit In Singapore
Highlights Of The Trump-Kim Summit In Singapore

The VFW estimates that as many as 5,300 sets of remains are in North Korea . -South Korea alliance is the US troops stationed in South Korea and the joint U.S. In that same news conference, Trump public admitted he still wants to remove all USA troops from South Korea. He relayed Kim's continued desire for talks to Trump.

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  • China retaliates immediately after USA announces tariffs
China retaliates immediately after USA announces tariffs

Trump has frequently cited such an imbalance as the justification for a punitive trade policy toward China , Canada, Mexico, the European Union and other trading partners. "This situation is no longer sustainable". But it threatens to derail ongoing trade talks between the two countries, including plans for Beijing to purchase more USA agri...

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  • Trump says watchdog report 'total disaster' for FBI and Comey
Trump says watchdog report 'total disaster' for FBI and Comey

You can read the entire report , courtesy of the Washington Post , here. Both of those are awful options, one more terrible than the other. The inspector general did disagree. "We found no evidence that the conclusions by the prosecutors were affected by bias, or other improper considerations", the report said, according to the source.

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  • Trump pledges to punish 'the people of Canada'
Trump pledges to punish 'the people of Canada'

Trudeau, but Mr. Trump told reporters that Mr. Trudeau's temerity will cost Canadians a lot of money . "That's what weak , dishonest Justin Trudeau did, and that comes right from Air Force One". That deadline has been extended several times as Canada and Mexico struggle to accommodate far-reaching US demands for change such as a sunset clau...

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  • The most freakish moments from Kim-Trump summit
The most freakish moments from Kim-Trump summit

North Korea's leader Kim Jong-un and US President Donald Trump during a document signing after their summit in Singapore , June 12, 2018. Trump and Kim made history by becoming the first sitting United States president and North Korean leader to meet, with the two shaking hands at a hotel in Singapore before signing an unspecified docume...

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  • Angela Merkel precarious as Germany's refugee row intensifies
Angela Merkel precarious as Germany's refugee row intensifies

The CSU's secretary general Markus Blume said Germans wanted to see the government get immigration under control. Earlier, a Twitter account claiming to be that of the Hessischer Rundfunk state broadcaster had said CSU Interior Minster Horst Seehofer had announced the end of the alliance in an internal message.

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  • Six Bible verses Jeff Sessions should read as he separates migrant families
Six Bible verses Jeff Sessions should read as he separates migrant families

He pointed to a verse in the Book of Romans on obeying the laws of government, saying, "God has ordained them for the objective of order". White House spokeswoman Sarah Sanders would not comment directly on Mr Sessions' remarks, but added "it's very biblical to enforce the law".

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  • President Trump Opposes Compromise Version of Immigration Bill, Does Not Meet Demands
President Trump Opposes Compromise Version of Immigration Bill, Does Not Meet Demands

Goodlatte, R-Va., that conservatives are supporting and a more moderate bill with a special pathway to US citizenship for DACA recipients. That changed Friday morning. House Republican leaders circulated their draft immigration bill on Thursday, after weeks of pain-staking negotiations between two warring GOP factions.

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  • Republican Mark Sanford Loses Primary, After Criticizing Trump
Republican Mark Sanford Loses Primary, After Criticizing Trump

The race showed GOP voters, who forgave Sanford's extramarital affair, would not forgive the Charleston Republican's criticism of President Trump, including 2017 comments that Trump's rhetoric was partly to blame for a shooting at a GOP baseball practice.

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