• Hannity Calls for Mueller and Deputy AG Rosenstein To Recuse Themselves, Resign
Hannity Calls for Mueller and Deputy AG Rosenstein To Recuse Themselves, Resign

Muller was appointed by Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein , and Trump could order Rosenstein to fire him or he could order that regulations that govern the appointment be repealed and then fire Mueller himself. The transition official spoke on condition of anonymity because the person was not authorized to discuss post-election decisi...

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  • Brexit talks to start Monday
Brexit talks to start Monday

LONDON/DUBLIN June 16 ( Reuters ) - Britain is likely to go into arduous talks on its exit from the European Union without a deal to keep Prime Minister Theresa May in power as negotiations with a Northern Irish "kingmaker" party grind into a second week.

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  • Brussels left waiting as May tries to clinch power deal
Brussels left waiting as May tries to clinch power deal

Sir John said he want May to "succeed and stay" as the PM and understands clearly why she is doing the deal with the DUP however, his "main concern" is the Northern Ireland peace process. The EU will keep the door open for Britain to return, but only on worse terms than it now has, European Parliament Brexit negotiator Guy Verhofstadt said Wednesda...

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  • Doctor says Scalise's vital signs stable
Doctor says Scalise's vital signs stable

He was considered in " imminent risk of death " when he arrived at the hospital after the shooting , the hospital's director of trauma, Dr. Jack Sava , said Friday. The shooter, identified as James T. Hodgkinson, a 66-year-old home inspector from IL, was shot and killed by Capitol Police officers who were in Scalise's security detail.

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  • UK government scrambles to limit fallout from London fire
UK government scrambles to limit fallout from London fire

Mr Cundy has warned the search and recovery operation is going to take a "significant" amount of time - with both the police and the London Fire Brigade saying it will take weeks to complete. Earlier in the day, the 91-year-old monarch described the country's mood as "somber" but insisted that Britain remained resolute during a hard time. The...

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  • Saudi guards fire on Iranian boat, killing fisherman
Saudi guards fire on Iranian boat, killing fisherman

Several Arab countries have announced that they are breaking diplomatic ties with Qatar. Malta's Foreign Affairs Minister Carmelo Abela in a press release issued on Sunday denied that Saudi Arabia has severed ties with Malta, stating the ties remain as strong as ever.

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  • Russia berates Trump's 'Cold War' policy on Cuba
Russia berates Trump's 'Cold War' policy on Cuba

Rep. Rick Crawford, R-Ark., said Trump's shift is more than just a missed opportunity for rural America, which would benefit from greater access to Cuba's agricultural import market. Under the expected changes, the USA will ban American financial transactions with the dozens of enterprises run by the military-linked corporation GAESA, which operate...

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  • Donald Trump reports over $594 million as revenue
Donald Trump reports over $594 million as revenue

The U.S. Office of Government Ethics released President Donald Trump's financial disclosure on Friday, a 98-page document that details the state of his business assets that were put into a trust after he took office. His disclosure of at least $US528.9 million in income is probably inflated. The ranges listed for liabilities were largely ...

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  • Toll in last week's Kabul truck bomb now over 150
Toll in last week's Kabul truck bomb now over 150

According to sources, the rocket landed in the volleyball court of the compound. "No injury reported so far", a source said in New Delhi. A suspected bomb outside a mosque in Herat also killed at least seven people and wounded 15, police said.

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  • Sinn Fein say they will not take up Westminster seats
Sinn Fein say they will not take up Westminster seats

Sinn Féin says a new independent chair should be chosen instead, to lead the talks between the major Northern parties on the return of Stormont. There are major concerns about what a deal between the Conservative Party and the DUP would mean for peace in Northern Ireland , too.

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  • May heckled as London fire toll hits 30
May heckled as London fire toll hits 30

Police barred their way and scuffles broke out. They chanted: "We want justice", "bring them out" and "shame on you". More than 70 people remain unaccounted for, according to media reports, and many of those protesting Friday were demanding the return of their loved ones' remains.

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  • Trump financial disclosures show Mar-a-Lago business boom
Trump financial disclosures show Mar-a-Lago business boom

Trump reported $37.2 million in income in the past year from Mar-a-Lago, the private Florida resort where Trump hosted the president of China and ordered missile strikes against Syria. The report also doesn't reveal how much Trump paid in taxes past year. The range was between $50,000 and $100,000 in 2016, and between $15,000 and $50,000 in 201...

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  • Corbyn's old rival Smith now Labour shadow for Northern Ireland
Corbyn's old rival Smith now Labour shadow for Northern Ireland

Corbyn ran an increasingly effective campaign, energizing the party's base and almost closing the once-wide margin between Labour and the Conservative Party, but he remained a divisive figure for many around the country during the election campaign.

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  • First Brexit meeting to focus on organisation
First Brexit meeting to focus on organisation

In a sign that Britain was sticking to its guns on some of the key points in negotiations with the European Union , the Brexit minister said on Friday no deal could be struck on exiting the European Union unless the future relationship with the bloc was taken into account alongside the withdrawal terms.

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  • Foster: Deal with Sinn Fein 'very much doable'
Foster: Deal with Sinn Fein 'very much doable'

Despite the uncertainty over her ability to govern, May had confirmed that Brexit negotiations - expected to be the most complex global talks Britain has held for decades - would begin as planned next week. With the two-year clock on Brexit ticking since March, when a letter from May formally started proceedings, Barnier dismissed the suggestio...

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  • Russia slams Trump's 'Cold War' policy on Cuba
Russia slams Trump's 'Cold War' policy on Cuba

Obama a year ago, during that administration's attempts to obtain additional concessions from the Cuban government . "They will not manage to weaken the Revolution, nor defeat the Cuban people". 'The Government of Cuba denounces the new measures of hardening the blockade which are doomed to fail as it has been proven in the past', the official...

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  • Warm temperatures continue as the rain chances remain limited — FIRST ALERT FORECAST
Warm temperatures continue as the rain chances remain limited — FIRST ALERT FORECAST

Severe thunderstorms are possible all across Middle Tennessee and Southern Kentucky on Father's Day , Sunday . Forecast: Tonight: Evening Showers or Storms. Scattered thunderstorms are expected Tuesday . Some of these storms may produce heavy rainfall and localized flooding. Tuesday - A chance of showers.

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  • Wisconsin business leaders to meet with Trump
Wisconsin business leaders to meet with Trump

The DOL for over 75 years has worked with state agency affiliates to register programs that meet quality training standards and lead to certificates of completion. "This tax credit will serve to increase apprenticeships and get people the skills they need for good paying jobs", Reed stated. And he seems most comfortable talking about construction j...

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  • Battle for IS 'Capital' Raqqa Begins
Battle for IS 'Capital' Raqqa Begins

Talal Sillo, a SDF spokesman, said the operation had begun the "great leap" towards Raqqah in coordination with the US-led coalition purportedly fighting Daesh in Syria and neighboring Iraq . Raqqa serves as the de facto capital of the extremist group in Syria and it is deemed as the most important city after Mosul in Iraq. He says SDF fig...

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  • Gingrich: 'The President of the United States cannot obstruct justice'
Gingrich: 'The President of the United States cannot obstruct justice'

If he wants to fire the Federal Bureau of Investigation director, all he's got to do is fire him". Trump called the investigation a "witch hunt" and his allies attacked Mueller in the media. Gingrich's tweets marked a coming of full circle in an effort by some of Trump's most prominent allies to delegitimize the Mueller-led investigation...

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