• Police shoot, injure attacker outside Paris's Notre-Dame cathedral
Police shoot, injure attacker outside Paris's Notre-Dame cathedral

The attacker was fatally shot by police. Police found a video in which he pledged allegiance to the IS after they raided his studio in Cergy, in the suburbs of Paris . University of Lorraine President Pierre Mutzenhardt told France Bleu radio that the suspect was enrolled as a student at the school in eastern France, where he had been working si...

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  • UAE seeking 'change of policy, not regime' in Qatar
UAE seeking 'change of policy, not regime' in Qatar

Federal Bureau of Investigation experts visited Qatar in late May to analyse an alleged cyber breach that saw the hackers place the fake story with Qatar's state news agency, the USA broadcaster said . "We can live forever like this, we are well prepared", Sheikh Mohammed said. Bahrain on Thursday followed the UAE in announcing that expressi...

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  • Which states have joined the climate alliance that commits to Paris agreement?
Which states have joined the climate alliance that commits to Paris agreement?

Haley continued: "He knows that it's changing and he knows the United States has to be responsible for it and that is what we're going to do". The regulations were unattainable. The rest of the world wanted to tell us how we do it. We are saying 'We will do it. Actually, it is the United States' bounden duty to promote the global efforts in...

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  • Trump profited from kids cancer charity, report says
Trump profited from kids cancer charity, report says

The one-day tournament takes place on a Trump-owned golf course, and the president's son has previously stated that most of the expenses for the tournament - including the Trump-owned venue - were "comped". You can use an Eric Trump soundbite to perfectly encapsulate why our democracy is crumbling and our nation is falling apart- "we get all th...

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  • UK: Johnson rules out cancelling Trump's state visit
UK: Johnson rules out cancelling Trump's state visit

London Mayor Sadiq Khan has urged the British government to call off Donald Trump's scheduled visit to the UK. Khan has been dismissive of Trump's Twitter criticism for the most part, and he recently suggested that Britain should cancel plans to honor the president with a state visit ceremony when Trump makes his first trip there.

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  • Federal Grand Jury Indicts Accused NSA Leaker Reality Winner
Federal Grand Jury Indicts Accused NSA Leaker Reality Winner

She is now being held at the Lincoln County Jail. Victor remained locked up Tuesda. It will be hard for Winner to get a fair trial if her case becomes "this big thing where we're not going to tolerate leakers", Winner's mother, Billie Winner-Davis, told The Associated Press in an interview.

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  • House Health Care Plan Formally Moves to Senate
House Health Care Plan Formally Moves to Senate

That won over a block of hardline conservative votes but led to an ugly Congressional Budget Office report that found that sick Americans would pay drastically higher costs. The emerging dynamic in the Senate is similar to the one that caused problems for leaders in the House. The federal government picks up most of the tab.

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  • Celebrating Frank Lloyd Wright's Birthday at Manchester's Zimmerman House
Celebrating Frank Lloyd Wright's Birthday at Manchester's Zimmerman House

But widen the geographic circle a bit to within an hour or so from the five boroughs, and you'll find a bevy of Wright-designed homes, from a 15-acre cottage in the CT suburbs to a utopian planned community in Westchester County. Craig Steblay, president of the Arcadia Camelback Mountain Neighborhood Association, said he didn't have a lot of deta...

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  • Trump lawyer denies president demanded loyalty
Trump lawyer denies president demanded loyalty

The players in the Senate hearing room are not to blame. "No. He called me at my desk at lunchtime and asked me, was I free for dinner that night". "Capitol Hill has not seen a day like this in years", said ABC News' George Stephanopoulos.

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  • Ex-convict arrested in death of 12-year-old Florida girl
Ex-convict arrested in death of 12-year-old Florida girl

She was last seen May 31 in that apartment complex. Naomi Jones , 12, was missing for five days before her body was found Monday in a stream about four miles from her Pensacola home. "We've found our monster", the sheriff said. He would not elaborate on that statement on Thursday. Howard is a former convict from Alabama. His first court ap...

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  • Expert believes officer justified in shooting
Expert believes officer justified in shooting

The jury will hear evidence that Castile had THC - the component in marijuana that produces a high - in his system when he was shot. Authorities say that a man is dead after being shot by police Wednesday evening after being pulled over in a traffic stop.

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  • Trump, as Comey takes spotlight, vows to stay strong and fight
Trump, as Comey takes spotlight, vows to stay strong and fight

In written testimony released by the Senate Intelligence Committee on Wednesday, Comey quoted Trump as telling him the Russian Federation investigation was a "cloud" impairing his ability to operate as president. As if on autopilot, Democrats were demanding new investigations on Thursday. "One thing you don't ever hear about him is (that) people ...

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  • Cuomo: NY state will keep Affordable Care Act protections
Cuomo: NY state will keep Affordable Care Act protections

When the researchers tried to do more of an apples-to-apples comparison by adjusting for whether people had insurance or not when making the cross-country comparison, they found that the disparity was only slightly decreased. It's unclear how much the Medicaid plan will cost Nevadans. On Tuesday, GOP leaders met behind closed doors on a plan to r...

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  • GOP senator admonishes Democrat for persistent questioning
GOP senator admonishes Democrat for persistent questioning

She asked Rosenstein whether he would issue a letter to Mueller assuring him of full independence, as James Comey had while serving as acting attorney general to the special counsel investigating the unmasking of a Central Intelligence Agency agent.

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  • Comey: Trumps request to stop Russian Federation probe very disturbing
Comey: Trumps request to stop Russian Federation probe very disturbing

The attorney, Marc Kasowitz , said Trump did not ask Comey for his loyalty and did not direct or suggest to Comey that he stop investigating former national security adviser Michael Flynn . "What the president whispered in my ear was, I really look forward to working with you.Im sitting there thinking, three times weve already talked about me...

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  • Authorities probe video of cops allegedly kicking bystander
Authorities probe video of cops allegedly kicking bystander

Carmine Disbrow , president of the Jersey City Police Officers Benevolent Association, told NJ.com the officers were simply trying to save the man by putting out the flames. Hudson County Prosecutor Esther Suarez said in a statement that the office is investigating the "actions of all individuals who were involved". "Oh, no, no", said a wit...

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  • Body of former NFL player James Hardy found in Indiana river
Body of former NFL player James Hardy found in Indiana river

Football player James Hardy III has died. The 31-year-old Hardy was a Fort Wayne native who played at Indiana University. He appeared in 16 games for the team, catching 10 passes and two touchdowns. It's a sad and troubling day for Hardy's family and IN fans with no initial leads on a possible cause of death. Our support is with the Hardy f...

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  • White House Downplays Trump Tweets On Gulf Feud
White House Downplays Trump Tweets On Gulf Feud

When asked if Trump may face legal consequences with such tweets, in such cases as the travel ban trial by the Supreme Court, Spicer said the danger Trump has cited in forwarding the travel ban is real and that the court should follow the law.

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  • Virginia, other states reviewing election systems for signs of intrusion
Virginia, other states reviewing election systems for signs of intrusion

Despite new evidence from a leaked NSA report that Russian hackers sought to compromise state and local election technology, the officials in charge are still vigorously opposing the federal designation of their polling systems as critical infrastructure.

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  • Jury may soon hear from Cosby, even if he doesn't take stand
Jury may soon hear from Cosby, even if he doesn't take stand

On the rough recording, Cosby seemed hesitant to get into specifics about the proposed arrangement beyond Andrea maintaining a "3.0 average". She declined and said she just wanted an apology. On Wednesday, Agrusa questioned Constand about a lit fireplace and dim lights. "I was mistaken", Constand testified. "They were good friends". "I said, 'I...

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