• Trump Weighs Firing Mueller, According To Confidante
Trump Weighs Firing Mueller, According To Confidante

President Donald Trump speaks on the South Lawn of the White House in Washington , Monday, June 12, 2017 , during a ceremony honoring the 2016 NCAA Football National Champions Clemson University Tigers. law firms, had donated to Democrats, including Hillary Clinton. He added that "if there were good cause, I would consider it". I don't think it...

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  • Global Automotive Fasteners Market Research Report Forecast 2017
Global Automotive Fasteners Market Research Report Forecast 2017

It also tracks the industry developments trends and identifies the global market opportunities. Global Optical Coating Equipments Capacity, Production, Revenue (Value) by Region (2012-2017). This independent 117 pages report guarantees you will remain better informed than your competition. The revenue forecasts and volume shares along with market e...

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  • Cabinet briefed on plans for Government deal with DUP
Cabinet briefed on plans for Government deal with DUP

She will host Foster to thrash out the terms of the party's backing and agreement to vote with the Tories on policies in the House of Commons to get bills through. The negotiations were due to start on 19 June but Brexit Secretary David Davis has indicated this timetable could slip by a few days amid events in Westminster.

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  • Saudi air space closed to flights from Qatar after cutting diplomatic ties
Saudi air space closed to flights from Qatar after cutting diplomatic ties

Saudi Arabia , the United Arab Emirates , Egypt and Bahrain accused Qatar of supporting militants, an allegation dismissed by Doha . Saudi Arabia has closed Qatar's only land border, and Iran , as the closest country to Qatar, can export food products to the Arab country through a 12-hour shipping lane, he added.

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  • Pakistan vs England Match Prediction: Who Will Win CT Semi-Final 1
Pakistan vs England Match Prediction: Who Will Win CT Semi-Final 1

Fast bowlers Junaid Khan (3/40), Hasan Ali (3/43), Mohammad Amir (2/53) and debutant Fahim Ashraf (2/37) ran through the deep Lankan batting line-up which stood firm against favourites India the other day, giving Pakistan's less equipped batting a 237-run target to chase down for victory.

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  • Oprah is definitely not running for president
Oprah is definitely not running for president

I don't (have) the answer to that". She added during the podcast with Scott Feinberg that she's unsure whether she'd have a chance at defeating Trump. Whatever you do and you do more of it, you get better at it. We can't wait to see Oprah on screen again soon! Others said they would've supported Winfrey's decision to run.

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  • United Nations once again highlight shame of Ireland's strict abortion laws
United Nations once again highlight shame of Ireland's strict abortion laws

This is the second time in a year that the UN Human Rights Committee has criticised Irish abortion legislation after ruling in favour of Amanda Mellet in June 2016. "If I wanted to end the pregnancy, I would have to travel to another jurisdiction". The decision comes one year after the Committee's decision in Mellet v.

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  • Qatar asks UN agency to resolve Gulf airspace row
Qatar asks UN agency to resolve Gulf airspace row

Orchestrated campaign' against Qatar to change "independent foreign policy", not going to work, special envoy says . Al Emadi predicted the countries isolating Qatar will share in the economic pain they're inflicting on it. The Middle East's biggest airlines are suspending flights to Qatar as a major diplomatic crisis roils the region. "Our c...

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  • UK mulls minority govt after shock poll
UK mulls minority govt after shock poll

According to an article by the London Evening Standard, the Labour leader was thwarted in his attempt to become Prime Minister by the strong performance of the Conservative Party in Scotland. The European Union's budget commissioner Guenther Oettinger said Friday he was unsure if Britain's negotiations about leaving the EU - known as "...

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  • Iran police kills four IS suspects in Hormuzgan province
Iran police kills four IS suspects in Hormuzgan province

Security forces have launched a nationwide hunt for suspected accomplices of the attackers. In an interview Wednesday with Iran's semi-official Fars News Agency , IRGC Deputy Head of Intelligence Mohammad Hossein Nejat pointed out that the massacre, which ISIS has claimed, came just weeks after President Donald Trump visited Saudi Arabia and Isr...

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  • Closing arguments set in police officer's manslaughter trial
Closing arguments set in police officer's manslaughter trial

Castile's girlfriend streamed the immediate aftermath live on Facebook, which brought the case extra attention. He said it was reasonable to deduce that Castile had smoked marijuana the day of the shooting because THC, the main psychoactive chemical in cannabis, was found in his blood.

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  • The Goldstein Munger & Associates Takes Position in Cisco Systems, Inc. (CSCO)
The Goldstein Munger & Associates Takes Position in Cisco Systems, Inc. (CSCO)

The company was downgraded on Tuesday, August 4 by Macquarie Research. The company maintained ROI for the last twelve months at -2.30%. Tdam Usa Inc increased Cisco Sys Inc ( CSCO ) stake by 6.53% reported in 2016Q4 SEC filing. ATR remains at 0.52 while Beta component of the stock stands at 1.24. It fall, as 81 investors sold CSCO shares whil...

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  • British Prime Minister Vows To Stay In Office After Huge Party Losses
British Prime Minister Vows To Stay In Office After Huge Party Losses

Britain's Conservatives have lost their majority in the general elections that has resulted in a hung parliament. "Clearly if she's got a worse result than two years ago and is nearly unable to form a government, then she, I doubt, will survive in the long term as Conservative Party leader", former Conservative Treasury chief George Osborne said ...

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  • US Attorney General Sessions to testify before Senate Intelligence Committee
US Attorney General Sessions to testify before Senate Intelligence Committee

Sessions recused himself from that inquiry in March after media reports that he had been in two previously undisclosed meetings a year ago with Russian ambassador Sergei Kislyak . And he made sure that his version of events would be disseminated at a time convenient for Comey - say, after the president threatened him with the existence of reco...

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  • Trump on Comey: He's a leaker
Trump on Comey: He's a leaker

Mr Trump refused to say whether those private exchanges were taped . And over dinner at the White House in an earlier interaction, Comey wrote in his opening testimony , Trump had demanded loyalty, possibly in return for letting him continue in the job.

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  • Trump's outside counsel gets a little desperate targeting Comey
Trump's outside counsel gets a little desperate targeting Comey

The other was that he - James Comey - leaked the memos he wrote about his encounters with the president to the press, via a personal friend. "Those were lies, plain and simple", Comey said , firing a shot of tension through the hearing room, which stood silent except for the shutter clicks of photographers capturing the political theater.

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  • More than 65 Indian Americans in this year's Scripps National Spelling Bee
More than 65 Indian Americans in this year's Scripps National Spelling Bee

The Cary resident is a veteran of the competition, tying for 39th place in the 2015 Scripps National Spelling Bee . "This is not something that comes easy". on ESPN 2. "It's nerve wrecking because they have all the spotlights on you but it's also fun", she added. Nathan Ostermann , 11, said he's "not too nervous" about the national competitio...

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  • UK Labour Party's savvy use of social media helped win young voters
UK Labour Party's savvy use of social media helped win young voters

He couldn't stop the Tories from forming a coalition nor did he match the famous victories of past Labour leaders like Tony Blair. "Now Jeremy is doing the same". A backbencher predicted: "People like Chuka will go back. We need to fall in behind the prime minister and work as best we can". Tribune relaunched in April with a new mission stat...

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  • USA doesn't need India, France, China telling it what to do: Haley
USA doesn't need India, France, China telling it what to do: Haley

The new coalition includes dozens of university and college leaders, including the chancellors of six University of California campuses, the president of New York University, plus schools from many states in between the coasts. Trump's decision made the USA one of just three countries that are not part of the agreement, which aims to combat climat...

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  • Sharif to hold talks with Saudi leadership on Qatar fallout
Sharif to hold talks with Saudi leadership on Qatar fallout

The two UAE carriers have wide global networks, and together with Qatar Airways have drawn the ire of European and U.S. legacy carriers who accused them of benefiting from state subsidies to expand into their traditional markets. The summit included one bilateral meeting between the US and Saudi Arabia and two multilateral meetings, one betwe...

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