• Trump says he'll hold Cuban gov't 'accountable'
Trump says he'll hold Cuban gov't 'accountable'

The new policy will eliminate individual people-to-people travel and will require those looking for this experience do it through a tour operator that can provide detailed itineraries of the educational activities involved. "We still want to get to the root problem, which is the security issues". And while Treasury said the new policy does ...

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  • Katy Perry smashes Twitter record, hits 100 millions followers
Katy Perry smashes Twitter record, hits 100 millions followers

Twitter users congratulated the star for her milestone. The singer has only gone and bagged the title of the most following on Twitter after racking up a meaty 100 million followers on the social media site. Katy went on to say that she respects her "old self" and doesn't hate the old " Katy Perry ", but rather her new progression is the nec...

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  • Livestream Coverage Of The Red Carpet At The 2017 CMT Music Awards
Livestream Coverage Of The Red Carpet At The 2017 CMT Music Awards

And her and fellow country star, Keith Urban , scooped the prize for " Collaborative Video of the Year " for their hit " The Fighter ". Nicole Kidman looked lovely in lace as she stepped out at the 2017 CMT Awards . Urban picked up awards for Video of the Year and Male Video of the Year (" Blue Ain't Your Color "), Collaborative Video...

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  • Woman who urged friend to kill himself found guilty of manslaughter
Woman who urged friend to kill himself found guilty of manslaughter

The judge also noted that Carter admitted in texts that she took no action; she knew the location of the truck and did not notify Roy's mother or sisters. "Hang yourself, jump off a building, stab yourself I don't know there's a lot of ways", she said in several messages sent in the two weeks before his death, as he was on holiday with his fam...

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  • 1 dead in Legionnaires' disease cluster in Manhattan
1 dead in Legionnaires' disease cluster in Manhattan

Common sources of an outbreak can be traced to water systems such as shower water, cooling towers, and hot tubs, as Legionella thrives in warm water. Legionnaires' is treatable with standard antibiotics. Also, the city regularly makes unannounced inspections of cooling towers, Bassett said. Legionnaires' does not spread from person to person.

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  • Jada Pinkett Smith calls Tupac biopic 'deeply hurtful'
Jada Pinkett Smith calls Tupac biopic 'deeply hurtful'

Pinkett Smith specifically mentioned a poem referenced in the film that she said she knew nothing about at the time and Tupac actually not being able to say goodbye to her when he had to leave town, among other things. Imagine the steps of a NY court house in 1971, where Tupac's mother, Afeni Shakur was acquitted (after representing herse...

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  • Dead After Shooting At UPS Facility In San Francisco
Dead After Shooting At UPS Facility In San Francisco

UPS has issued a statement about a shooting incident which took place yesterday (14 June) at its San Francisco facility. The shooter, 38-year-old Jimmy Lam, allegedly turned the gun on himself. He reopened after he saw police had blocked off an area around the UPS building, which is about a block from his shop. "They were all in rapid succe...

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  • Cosby tweets thanks to fans and supporters
Cosby tweets thanks to fans and supporters

A retrial would be costly, Allred said , and she worries that further dragging out Cosby's prosecution might push it out of the realm of public concern. "I came home to my boyfriend at the time-who has been my husband, my one and only since 1990 - I came home drugged and sexually assaulted by Bill Cosby to him".

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  • Grenfell Tower recovery efforts ongoing with death toll expected to rise steeply
Grenfell Tower recovery efforts ongoing with death toll expected to rise steeply

Local residents hang a banner over a balcony following the fire which destroyed the Grenfell Tower block, in north Kensington, West London , Britain June 15, 2017. Crews using an aerial platform were going "floor by floor" shining lights into the building, BBC reported. The fire commissioner estimated that the search for bodies could take weeks.

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  • Lacob: Warriors will keep Curry at any cost
Lacob: Warriors will keep Curry at any cost

However, what we don't want to get caught up in is hypocritical comments, like the one Pierce made after Monday night's game . Kevin Durant traded in his Oklahoma City Thunder jersey for a Golden State Warriors uniform which unsettled a few pundits, namely Stephen A.

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  • New Shanghai Disney Park Doing Incredibly Well
New Shanghai Disney Park Doing Incredibly Well

The Shanghai development, Disney's first in mainland China and largest foreign investment, has been a bright spot as attendance dropped at its Hong Kong, Paris and US parks previous year. "There's a great likelihood that we will". His vision now includes a collection of six of the world's leading family vacation destinations - Disneyland Resor...

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  • Justin Bieber got a new tattoo and wrote a song about it
Justin Bieber got a new tattoo and wrote a song about it

Bieber refused to sing his verse on the popular remix of Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee's hit single, " Despacito ", during a performance at Summerburst Festival in Stockholm, Sweden. "He had the chance to record the chorus in English". The " Sorry " singer has faced tons of backlash from fans who just can't understand why Bieber is refusing t...

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  • 'Bachelor in Paradise' suspended over allegations of misconduct on set
'Bachelor in Paradise' suspended over allegations of misconduct on set

Once that's been completed, they've promised only to "take appropriate responsive action" and notably did not comment on the fate of the show. The show, which brings together contestants from previous seasons of "The Bachelor " and " The Bachelorette " to provide them with another shot at finding love, was slated for an August 8 premiere.

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  • Balakrishna's upcoming film titled 'Paisa Vasool', posters released
Balakrishna's upcoming film titled 'Paisa Vasool', posters released

Interim, the title of #NBK101 and first look posters that wee released on the occasion of Balayya's birthday received huge applause from fans. It is already a common knowledge that Nandamuri Balakrishna is busy shooting for his next Paisa Vasool in the direction of Puri Jagannadh .

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  • N. Korea says it freed U.S. student over humanitarian reasons
N. Korea says it freed U.S. student over humanitarian reasons

Warmbier arrived in OH after be. Nauert offered a timeline of events: In May of 2017, Yun met with high level officials within the North Korean Ministry of Foreign Affairs on the sidelines of separate Track II discussions in Norway to talk about detained US citizens.

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  • Chuck Schumer Mocks Trump For 'Weirdest Cabinet Meeting Ever'
Chuck Schumer Mocks Trump For 'Weirdest Cabinet Meeting Ever'

During the meeting Cabinet members, including Vice President Mike Pence and White House chief of staff Reince Priebus , lauded the first five months of Trump's presidency. "It's an honor to be able to serve you", he said, describing the support he said Trump has from law enforcement across the country. The White House's Cabinet consisted...

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  • Putin on Flynn: Didn't even really talk to him
Putin on Flynn: Didn't even really talk to him

Putin noted that executives from perhaps 100 American companies were now in Russian Federation. "Why do you feel you have the right to ask us these kinds of questions and do it all the time and moralize us and tell us how to live?" Kelly confronted Putin with questions about his country's alleged involvement in the 2016 United States presidenti...

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  • Democrats and Republicans unite in prayer after Alexandria shooting
Democrats and Republicans unite in prayer after Alexandria shooting

She did not specify which comments by Republicans she objected to. "I've obviously noticed a very different tone, but I don't think it's helpful" to blame one side or the other, Cramer said. But Democrats and Republicans recognized that what happened to Louisiana Rep. Steve Scalise , the third-ranking member in the House, could happen to anyone ...

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  • Australia Police Regard Melbourne Attack As 'Act Of Terrorism'
Australia Police Regard Melbourne Attack As 'Act Of Terrorism'

Authorities have identified the attacker as a Somali-born man, Yacqub Khayre, 29 , who lived with his mother in a Melbourne suburb. The alleged terrorist, Yacqub Khayre , had been acquitted of assisting in a 2009 plot to attack an Australian army base in Sydney.

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  • Speaker Berri Calls for Parliamentary Session on Friday to Discuss Vote Law
Speaker Berri Calls for Parliamentary Session on Friday to Discuss Vote Law

Prime Minister Saad Hariri hailed the law as "a great and historic achievement despite the long time that was needed and the lengthy discussions". The agreement came days before the legislature's term was to end on June 20 — avoiding sending the country into a fresh political crisis.

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