• No more excuses. Congress must censure President Trump
No more excuses. Congress must censure President Trump

That moment is the appropriate time to condemn white supremacist ideology, denounce the murderer, and express the hope that the nation can learn to live together better as we mourn our dead. Trump's campaign, and is now his chief strategist. "And I Sorely Regret It". But now Bannon has gone public with this view in a pair of new interviews.

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  • John Oliver on Trump: 'Terrifying entity who viciously attacks his enemies'
John Oliver on Trump: 'Terrifying entity who viciously attacks his enemies'

In addition to going after Trump, he also went after some of the politicians who danced around condemning the President by name. "The problem is, the one he was working for is still very much there". So, after a blistering attack on Trump's remarks and all of Congress in general, where did we see Oliver go from here? What do you think about this ...

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  • 1 dead after vehicle runs into bus stops in Marseille
1 dead after vehicle runs into bus stops in Marseille

French police wrote on Twitter that a " Marseille police operation is underway", advising the public to avoid the port area. He says it is too early to blame the incident on terrorism, but "given the times" it can not be excluded as a motive.

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  • American killed, 1 injured in Spain attacks
American killed, 1 injured in Spain attacks

His sister, Tina Luke, told the Associated Press that Tucker and his wife, Heidi Nunes-Tucker, were celebrating their honeymoon in Barcelona . A father from Legnano in northern Italy is being praised as a hero who protected his children during an attack in Barcelona.

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  • S.Korean President vows to prevent war
S.Korean President vows to prevent war

Gen Joseph Dunford said the USA priority was diplomacy but added that military options were being prepared should sanctions against the North fail. "In reality, he can't say a word to Trump over an uncoordinated, excessive comment that threatens to send the Korean Peninsula to the path of war".

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  • Dutch Bros. recalling solar eclipse glasses due to safety concern
Dutch Bros. recalling solar eclipse glasses due to safety concern

Because the safety of its customers is of the utmost importance to them, Dutch Bros has issued the voluntary recall. Only glasses meeting that worldwide safety regulation are recommended to be used during the eclipse to protect eyesight. If you can see things like household lights, they aren't safe. In a press release, the company said it quest...

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  • The Secret Service Is Running Out of Money to Pay Its Agents
The Secret Service Is Running Out of Money to Pay Its Agents

In the end, the situation is unlikely to improve in any meaningful sense because Trump has 42 people under Secret Service protection (compared to 31 under President Barack Obama ), of whom 18 are members of his family. The agents must protect Trump everywhere he goes, which has included trips almost every weekend of his presidency to one of his pr...

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  • Russian planes in Syria fly 316 sorties over five days
Russian planes in Syria fly 316 sorties over five days

Spokesman Eric Pahon told Anadolu Agency the line "runs in an irregular arc" from a point southwest of Tabqa along the Euphrates River toward Deir ez-Zour. "ISIS units are completely shattered in the area". The Syrian land forces and the Russian air force are continuing their joint operation against the militants, said the Russian Ministry of...

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  • Judge Bruzzese wounded in ambush shooting; Suspect dead
Judge Bruzzese wounded in ambush shooting; Suspect dead

One person was being flown by medical helicopter to a Pittsburgh-area hospital, according to Steubenville Fire Chief Carlo Capaldi. The suspected shooter was killed by a probation officer who returned fire. The suspect's body could be seen lying next to a vehicle of a neighboring bank drive-thru. A second suspect was taken into custody. No furt...

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  • Iraqi forces close in on IS-held town west of Mosul
Iraqi forces close in on IS-held town west of Mosul

The operation to retake Tal Afar was launched early Sunday. Al-Abadi says IS fighters inside the town have "no option" but to surrender or die. About 2,000 battle-hardened militants remain in Tal Afar, according to USA and Iraqi military commanders.

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  • UT removes remaining Confederate statues from South Mall
UT removes remaining Confederate statues from South Mall

Reagan, and James Stephen Hogg - Texas' fist native-born governor and a son of a Confederate general - would be removed from the school's south mall. In 2015, the university removed a statue of Confederacy President Jefferson Davis. He went on to say that the statues' historical and cultural significance was compromised by what they symbolize...

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  • Top US Brass Arrive in Seoul for Joint Drills
Top US Brass Arrive in Seoul for Joint Drills

Three thousand of the US soldiers taking part were flown in especially for the war games, according to a spokesman for the US forces in South Korea (USFK) said . Both US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson and Secretary of Defense James Mattis said last week that the US was keeping military options on the table in dealing with North Korea.

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  • Russian Federation names replacement for Sergei Kislyak as envoy in Washington
Russian Federation names replacement for Sergei Kislyak as envoy in Washington

Russian President Vladimir Putin on Monday appointed deputy foreign minister Anatoly Antonov as the country's new ambassador to the United States, replacing Sergei Kislyak. It's a provocative move, since the 62-year-old Mr Antonov was sanctioned by America's European allies for his involvement in " supporting the deployment of Russian troops in Ukr...

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  • Babies Die Allegedly Of Low Oxygen In Raipur Hospital, Drunk Staff Held
Babies Die Allegedly Of Low Oxygen In Raipur Hospital, Drunk Staff Held

Officials told News18 that the babies did not die because of a shortage of oxygen. The hospital has, however, suspended the operator who is in-charge of the oxygen supply, after he was found in an inebriated condition while on duty. The secretary of health and director of health services reached the hospital and are monitoring the situation. "N...

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  • Three J&K students arrested in Hyderabad for not standing for National Anthem
Three J&K students arrested in Hyderabad for not standing for National Anthem

The students identified as Jameel Gul, Omer Faiz Luney and Mudassir Shabbir, from Baramulla in J&K, are now studying BTech in the Al-Habeeb College of Engineering. They said they thought he was a police officer and that he had reported them to the local police station. The trio told them that they had, in fact, stood up for the anthem .

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  • No Powerball victor, jackpot jumps to $650 Million
No Powerball victor, jackpot jumps to $650 Million

In the Wednesday night drawing, there were no Powerball jackpot winners. If you went to sleep wondering if you were a multimillionaire, the answer is no, you didn't win Saturday night's $541.9 million Powerball jackpot . But that's a drop in the bucket compared to the $650 million jackpot that is one of the biggest jackpots in the history of...

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  • Korea Says US-South Military Exercises 'Gasoline on Fire'
Korea Says US-South Military Exercises 'Gasoline on Fire'

Kim would "watch a little more the foolish and stupid conduct of the Yankees", a North Korean statement said last week. The North made a point past year, by testing a submarine-launched ballistic missile and three Scud missiles, before carrying out a nuclear test within days of the drill's conclusion.

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  • Britney Spears Shot Back At The Media With This Powerful Cover
Britney Spears Shot Back At The Media With This Powerful Cover

Her stunning performance comes almost two months after she publicly defended herself against lip-syncing rumors, saying , "A lot of people think that I don't do live". Paying tribute to her Hit Me Baby One More Time days, the Womanizer songstress styled her hair in bunches. She then proceeded to launch into a monologue about her own experiences at...

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  • Moroccans at Center of Terror Attacks in Spain, Finland
Moroccans at Center of Terror Attacks in Spain, Finland

Finland's state broadcaster YLE reported Mechkah's name, citing court documents, and said he would appear in court via video link Tuesday. Officials are continuing to hunt for 22-year-old Moroccan national Younes Abouyaaqoub, who police say is the driver who plowed into the Las Ramblas thoroughfare in Barcelona, killing 14.

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  • United States halts non-immigrant visas in Russian Federation as diplomatic standoff deepens
United States halts non-immigrant visas in Russian Federation as diplomatic standoff deepens

The United States said Monday it has been forced to suspend nonimmigrant visas in Russian Federation because President Vladimir Putin ordered it to cut hundreds of diplomatic staff. "We will maintain sufficient staff to carry out essential elements of our mission". "Because of the required drawdown of personnel, all nonimmigrant visa interviews c...

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