• Twins select shortstop Royce Lewis with first pick in Major League Baseball draft
Twins select shortstop Royce Lewis with first pick in Major League Baseball draft

The Twins , however, did not buck history. With Major League Baseball's 2017 draft set to begin this evening, we've created our place to keep track of all of the Mets' picks, whether or not they sign with the team, and the amount of money the signed players agree to so we can compare it to the league's fairly strict slot values that serve as s...

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  • Iconic Stratosphere casino in Las Vegas changes hands
Iconic Stratosphere casino in Las Vegas changes hands

The firm's 50-day moving average is $16.10 and its 200 day moving average is $13.31. Golden Entertainment (NASDAQ: GDEN ) last issued its quarterly earnings data on Tuesday, May 9th. COPYRIGHT VIOLATION NOTICE: This news story was originally published by The Cerbat Gem and is owned by of The Cerbat Gem. Receive News & Ratings for Golden Ente...

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  • British leader tries to rally support
British leader tries to rally support

The White House call was made "in recent weeks", said a Downing Street adviser who was in the room, the Guardian reported. May has taken the blame for the Conservatives' relatively poor showing in last Thursday's election, in which the party surprisingly lost its majority .

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  • Qatar foreign minister denounces 'unfair', 'illegal' sanctions
Qatar foreign minister denounces 'unfair', 'illegal' sanctions

A view shows Abu Samra border crossing to Saudi Arabia , in Qatar June 12, 2017. The Foreign Office had denied knowledge of any such visit and has also recently denied foreign media reports of 20,000 Pakistani troops being deployed in Qatar .

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  • Southern Company Pleased With Toshiba's Backing
Southern Company Pleased With Toshiba's Backing

Under terms of the agreement, Westinghouse parent Toshiba has guaranteed $3.68 billion in payments to Georgia Power for completion of the project. Southern Company said the deal will hand over management of the project from Toshiba's nuclear unit, Westinghouse, to Southern Company.

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  • New York state to shorten its Common Core tests next year
New York state to shorten its Common Core tests next year

About 1.2 million students in those. State education officials say the New York State Board of Regents has chose to shorten the Common Core testing sessions from three days to two. The Regents past year reduced the number of test questions and took away stressful time limits to try to ease opposition. Several teachers who spoke with News 12 s...

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  • DC, Maryland Suing Trump Over Foreign Pay
DC, Maryland Suing Trump Over Foreign Pay

Officials in Maryland and the USA capital Washington will sue President Donald Trump for accepting payments and benefits from foreign governments through his business empire, news reports said Sunday night. "This case represents another storm, not just a dusting of snow, but a blizzard of trouble for Trump ", Norman Eisen, who serv...

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  • Sherman Unveils Proposed Article of Impeachment Against Trump
Sherman Unveils Proposed Article of Impeachment Against Trump

Sherman knows that Republicans in Congress will likely not act immediately or at all to impeach a president of their own party and that many Democrats in the House and the Senate do not share his belief that there is a case for impeachment, at least not yet.

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  • This Author Was Forced to Eat His Words, Literally
This Author Was Forced to Eat His Words, Literally

On May 27, he tweeted: "I'm saying this out loud". Corbyn was elected Labour leader nearly two years ago on a groundswell for change - a shift mirrored across Europe, where centre-left parties have lost support to anti-establishment movements that have emerged since the 2008 crisis.

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  • Three arrested in connection with London Bridge terror attack
Three arrested in connection with London Bridge terror attack

Valeria Khadija Collina last spoke with her 22-year-old son, Youssef Zaghba, by telephone just two days before he and two other men plowed a van into a crowd near London Bridge and went on a stabbing rampage. Police Commander Dean Haydon said the terrorists may have worn the belts because they planned to take hostages, "or it might be that they s...

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  • Brexit minister Davis says UK could still walk away with no deal
Brexit minister Davis says UK could still walk away with no deal

The visibly weakened premier denied she was feeling "shell-shocked" after her election gamble backfired. Northern Ireland's Democratic Unionist Party (DUP), which won 10 seats, had hinted at a deal with the Conservatives but it now appears that negotiations are still underway.

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  • Weakened May surprises Michael Gove with a return to cabinet
Weakened May surprises Michael Gove with a return to cabinet

During the Leveson Inquiry, Gove called Murdoch "one of the most impressive and significant figures of the last 50 years", while Murdoch has praised the former education secretary's "admirable character". But I think that's what's important. It is hard to think of many politicians as ill-equipped for the role as Gove. As a comprehensive schoo...

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  • Tanzania accuses Acacia of illegal mining in fresh blow to Barrick's subsidiary
Tanzania accuses Acacia of illegal mining in fresh blow to Barrick's subsidiary

The gold producer, which spun off from Barrick Gold in 2010 , said in a statement it was disappointed at the findings, adding it "strongly refutes" the "new unfounded accusations". The chairman of the investigating team, Nehemia Osoro, said in a televised presentation to the president that the government must own stakes in all large mining proje...

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  • U.S. calls on Arab states to ease Qatar blockade as crisis deepens
U.S. calls on Arab states to ease Qatar blockade as crisis deepens

A separate SPA report on Saturday acknowledged Tillerson's call for Qatar to curtail support for terrorism, but did not mention his remarks that the crisis was hurting ordinary Qataris, impairing business dealings and harming the United States fight against IS.

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  • Northern Ireland pact bad for peace and UK voters
Northern Ireland pact bad for peace and UK voters

David Davis , the official in charge of Brexit strategies, told the BBC that the feverish speculation about who could replace May as prime minister - much of it focused on Boris Johnson , Britain's flamboyant foreign secretary - was the "height of self-indulgence".

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  • Brexit Plans Remain Despite Election Results
Brexit Plans Remain Despite Election Results

Theresa May has told Tory MPs "I'm the person who got us into this mess and I'm the one who will get us out of it", two sources present at the Conservative backbench 1922 Committee meeting have confirmed. "Democracy depends on openness", Tom Tugendhat, the Tory MP for Tonbridge and Malling, told the Irish Times . Brexit minister David Da...

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  • A professor ate an actual book on TV for a insane reason
A professor ate an actual book on TV for a insane reason

If I bin them as a reliable site it won't be because I've left them, it'll because they left me years ago and they're refusing to come back even though they've got the flawless opportunity now that the electorate have proven that Jeremy Corbyn is electable .

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  • Gov suspends Georgia sheriff accused of exposing himself
Gov suspends Georgia sheriff accused of exposing himself

The committee, comprised of state attorney general Chris Carr , Newton County Sheriff Ezell Brown and Peach County Terry Deese, completed their investigation last Thursday and delivered their findings and recommendation to Deal's office. Then, police say, he ran from the arresting officer. Mann's attorney argued that the state law authorizing the ...

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  • Psychiatrist says woman convinced boyfriend to kill himself on anti-depressant Celexa
Psychiatrist says woman convinced boyfriend to kill himself on anti-depressant Celexa

In another, she gave him options for how best to end his life. It is being watched very closely by legal experts across the nation, as it could set a legal precedent for prosecuting those who encourage others to commit suicide. The Globe reports that Breggin spent most of Monday morning painting a vasty different picture of Carter than the one pr...

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  • Conference on Cyprus issue to reconvene on June 28 in Geneva
Conference on Cyprus issue to reconvene on June 28 in Geneva

According to a statement by the Secretary General's spokesman, Stephane Dujarric, the conference will be held at a political level under the auspices of the UN Secretary General. At Paphos' Old Power House, sculptures of Greek Cypriot and Turkish Cypriot artists are exhibited side by side. Anastasiades insists on prioritizing agreement on the...

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