• Richard Hammond assures fans he's not dead in video from hospital bed
Richard Hammond assures fans he's not dead in video from hospital bed

TV presenter Richard Hammond has apologised to his wife and daughters after he crashed a super vehicle and ended up seconds from being "incinerated". The crash happened in Switzerland where the TV presenter was driving an electric super vehicle, and his colleague Jeremy Clarkson described it as "the biggest crash I've ever seen, and the most ...

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  • Britain's PM May to face party lawmakers after election disaster
Britain's PM May to face party lawmakers after election disaster

A confidence and supply agreement with the DUP would allow the Government to pass the Queen's Speech and the Budget. On that occasion, the two parties were integrated at government level, jointly agreeing policies and sharing out ministerial posts.

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  • British police arrest 19-year-old teen in London Bridge attack probe
British police arrest 19-year-old teen in London Bridge attack probe

On June 3, a van drove into a crowd on London Bridge and the Borough Market area, with three men getting out of the vehicle and stabbing people at random. Three French people, two Australians, one Canadian, a Spanish man and a Briton were killed in the attack, and nearly 50 wounded. In Berlin, another one rammed into a Christmas market, killing...

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  • Sinn Fein leader says DUP-Tory deal will 'end in tears'
Sinn Fein leader says DUP-Tory deal will 'end in tears'

Labour won 262 seats in the General Election , up from the 232 secured by Ed Miliband in 2015, but the Conservatives remain the largest party in Parliament. DUP Leader Arlene Foster recently denied the party was homophobic. The alliance makes some modernising Conservatives uneasy. Some Tories, including the party's Scottish leader Ruth Davids...

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  • Author eats his book on live TV after incorrect UK poll prediction
Author eats his book on live TV after incorrect UK poll prediction

The shadow Chancellor said the current Labour front bench had unexpectedly won votes across the country and should be kept together. The Internet was quick to remind Goodwin of his promise. If, however, that does happen, he would happily eat his new Brexit book. Appearing on Sky News yesterday, he was asked if he is a man of his word, to whic...

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  • Crosby, Pens cap amazing year with 2nd straight Stanley Cup
Crosby, Pens cap amazing year with 2nd straight Stanley Cup

Despite winning the Cup three times in nine years, Lemieux stopped short of calling the Penguins a dynasty. If ever a case were to be made for a multi-player Conn Smythe victor, it would be for the Pens' golden pairing of Crosby and Malkin.

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  • Theresa May seeks to form minority government, to meet Queen
Theresa May seeks to form minority government, to meet Queen

In 1974, a minority Labour government was in charge for eight months because the Conservatives were willing to abstain on key votes. She sent her chief whip Gavin Williamson to Belfast on Saturday to begin talks with the DUP "on how best they can provide support to the government", a spokesman said.

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  • Jeff Sessions to Appear Before Senate Intelligence Committee Tuesday
Jeff Sessions to Appear Before Senate Intelligence Committee Tuesday

She described Comey's testimony as "candid" and "thorough" and said she would support a subpoena if needed. Former FBI director James Comey raised additional questions at a hearing on Thursday, saying the FBI expected Mr Sessions to recuse himself weeks before he actually did.

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  • Alexis Sanchez completes move from Arsenal to Manchester City?
Alexis Sanchez completes move from Arsenal to Manchester City?

The Chile worldwide is readying himself for the Confederations Cup in Russian Federation. He provided a super assist for QPR wing-back Mauricio Isla to net the opener in a 1-1 draw with Russian Federation on Friday. The Chile international's future has been a source of relentless speculation in the summer transfer window. However, Arsenal prefe...

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  • Ariana Grande's One Love Manchester benefit concert sells out in 6 minutes
Ariana Grande's One Love Manchester benefit concert sells out in 6 minutes

Post the attack, Grande tweeted out saying "Broken. from the bottom of my heart, i am so so sorry. i don't have words". However, ITV have moved the show to Saturday night to avoid distracting from the Ariana Grande One Love Manchester tribute concert on Sunday evening.

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  • Flynn subpoenaed by House intelligence committee
Flynn subpoenaed by House intelligence committee

The subpoenas are part of an effort by congressional investigators to obtain testimony, personal documents and business records from Michael Cohen , Michael Flynn , and their business firms. The interview was recorded during Putin's Monday trip to Paris and released Tuesday. Russian President Vladimir Putin has rejected allegations of Moscow's ...

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  • US soldiers killed, 2 wounded in Taliban-claimed attack by Afghan soldier
US soldiers killed, 2 wounded in Taliban-claimed attack by Afghan soldier

Spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid claimed on Twitter that four United States soldiers were killed in the attack. The attack reportedly happened near the ISIS caves, where in April, the US dropped the largest conventional weapon in its arsenal, the so-called, "mother of all bombs".

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  • 1 civilian killed by sniper, 181 others rescued in Marawi
1 civilian killed by sniper, 181 others rescued in Marawi

Father Chito Suganob, who appears alone in the 5-minute video, names some of the other "prisoners of war" with him, including women and children among the 240, and speaks to Duterte directly, warning him that the embattled city of Marawi can not be taken by force.

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  • Sen. John McCain's freakish questioning of Comey
Sen. John McCain's freakish questioning of Comey

John McCain's fuzzy questions during the congressional testimony of former FBI Director James Comey left viewers scratching their heads. Comey expressed concern and claimed that the Clinton campaign resorted to deploying "euphemisms" - such as "matter" - to describe the email investigation.

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  • Conservatives Lose Majority In UK Snap Election
Conservatives Lose Majority In UK Snap Election

The Conservative Party is ruthless with losers. The moves buy May a temporary reprieve. The leader of the DUP confirmed that talks are happening. Discussions were held between May's Conservatives and the DUP over the weekend with a view to the Northern Irish party supporting May's minority government on key votes in parliament.

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  • South Korea will not change THAAD agreement with US- security adviser
South Korea will not change THAAD agreement with US- security adviser

The claim indicates the regime has continued to advance its missile technology since its leader Kim Jong-un said during his annual address on January 1 that the regime was in the final stage of developing ICBM technology. The agreement was reached underly recently impeached former South Korean President Park Geun-Hye. That commitment remains ...

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  • NY Times: Trump Not Planning to Invoke Executive Privilege for Comey Testimony
NY Times: Trump Not Planning to Invoke Executive Privilege for Comey Testimony

Further, Mr. Comey said on May 3 that neither President Trump nor anyone from the White House ever tried to hinder an FBI investigation. "I want him (Comey) to reinforce, one, the fact that the Russians directly intervened in our elections, which everybody accepts except for the president and maybe Vladimir Putin", said Warner.

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  • Iran arrests almost 50 after Tehran attacks
Iran arrests almost 50 after Tehran attacks

At least 12 people were killed when six attackers mounted simultaneous gun and suicide bomb attacks on Iran's Parliament building and the tomb of the republic's revolutionary founder, in one of the most audacious assaults to hit Tehran in decades.

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  • Theresa May's top two aides quit after election criticism
Theresa May's top two aides quit after election criticism

The pair formed part of May's small inner circle and were blamed by many Conservatives for the party's lackluster campaign and unpopular election platform. He also argued that the result was not due to the "absence of support for Theresa May and the Conservatives but an unexpected surge in support for Labour", despite Mrs May losing seats.

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  • Ruth Davidson has urged Theresa May to press DUP on LGBT rights
Ruth Davidson has urged Theresa May to press DUP on LGBT rights

While always striving for the "best deal" for Northern Ireland and its people, she said her party would always have the best interests of the United Kingdom at heart. The move has been slammed as a " coalition of chaos " by Lib Dem leader Tim Farron, who condemned Mrs May for putting her "party before her country".

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