• Bankrupt Democrats in Denial About Why They Lose
Bankrupt Democrats in Denial About Why They Lose

Republican Karen Handel beat Democrat Jon Ossoff by around 5 percentage points in the suburban Atlanta district previously represented by Tom Price, now the Health and Human Services secretary. The response from some: It better be. Some Democrats have blamed Pelosi for the party's loss in the Georgia special election on Tuesday. Ryan chall...

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  • Arrest made after auto hits pedestrians in UK
Arrest made after auto hits pedestrians in UK

A spokesman said the vehicle collided with pedestrians on a pavement at around 9.14am. Witnesses have said the pedestrians involved in the crash were worshippers celebrating the end of Ramadan. "It was chaos, everyone was panicking people just don't know what is going on these days". Two people were very, very seriously injured. Five people hav...

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  • Erdogan says Saudi-led ultimatum on Qatar 'against international law'
Erdogan says Saudi-led ultimatum on Qatar 'against international law'

Food exports to Qatar were stopped at the border. But a closer look at the demands made by Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Bahrain and the UAE reveal that this is hardly the case - the extensive list asks for much that Qatar will not be willing to give, and some that it can not possibly grant on its own.

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  • Tight GOP win in Georgia
Tight GOP win in Georgia

As the map stands now, Democrats arguably don't need to take a win in Georgia to take back control of the House for the first time since 2010. In this week's election, Georgia voters, many of whom are skeptical of President Donald Trump and his tweets , demonstrated they nevertheless want more from an opposition than rants and adolescent...

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  • House Democrats have no good alternative to Pelosi
House Democrats have no good alternative to Pelosi

As for the Democrats , they should grab their party donkey by the tail and look their future squarely in the face. April efforts were nearly as dismal. What if Republican voters who don't particularly like President Donald Trump are also able to compartmentalize their votes? And despite the leftward cultural shift of the nation and their vir...

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  • United Kingdom parliament targeted by cyber attack
United Kingdom parliament targeted by cyber attack

A number of MPs have confirmed to the BBC they are not able to access their parliamentary email accounts remotely. Blackmail fears after Parliament hit by "sustained and determined' cyber attack https://t.co/rjeXRwHck9 via telegraphnews- Mark Buckwell (buckwem) June 24, 2017 Growing threat Britain's National Health Service was hit by a massiv...

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  • Nancy Pelosi not the real problem for Democrats: Carly Fiorina
Nancy Pelosi not the real problem for Democrats: Carly Fiorina

Even Trump said in a tweet that he hoped Democrats don't force Pelosi out of her leadership role. Both Reps. Kathleen Rice , R-N.Y. Conservative strategist Frank Luntz took to Twitter to say " she represents everything swing voters dislike about D.C".

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  • Republicans 'Thank' Nancy Pelosi for Losing All 4 Special Elections
Republicans 'Thank' Nancy Pelosi for Losing All 4 Special Elections

A number of Democrats, a lot of them younger members, had tried to oust Pelosi previous year after President Trump won the White House, and those lawmakers have revived that effort following Tuesday's special election in Georgia, where Democrat Jon Ossoff was defeated by Republican Karen Handel in the most expensive House race in the nation's h...

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  • UK firefighters battle blaze at low-rise building in east London
UK firefighters battle blaze at low-rise building in east London

Local media reports say the fire broke out in a third storey apartment and the smoke from the blaze can be seen in the city's skyline, there are now eight fire engine's at the scene. The fire is believed to have started in the third floor of the building - but the cause of the fire has yet to be discovered. The flat and the building's roof were d...

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  • North Korea Says Otto Warmbier Isn't the Biggest Victim in His Case
North Korea Says Otto Warmbier Isn't the Biggest Victim in His Case

In first official response to student's death, North Korea says Warmbier's passing after return to USA is a "mystery" On June 23, the North Korean government released its first official response to the death of Otto Warmbier , an American student detained by the North who returned to the USA in a coma and died just six days later.

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  • Otto Warmbier death a 'mystery': North Korea denies responsibility
Otto Warmbier death a 'mystery': North Korea denies responsibility

Heartbreak in OH on Thursday as more than 2,000 mourners helped Otto Warmbier's family say goodbye to their son, who died Monday just days after being returned from North Korea in a coma. Inside the arts center, some of the personal items Warmbier took to North Korea were on display: a wallet, a University of Virginia notebook and the cream-c...

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  • No 'tapes' of Comey conversations
No 'tapes' of Comey conversations

Friday morning, " Fox and Friends " aired a pre-taped interview of President Trump and first lady Melania Trump at the White House , conducted one of the ever-revolving women co-hosts. Trump denied there has been any attempt to obstruct the investigation. He said he made the suggestion as a way of ensuring that Comey did not misrepresent thei...

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  • Deadly London tower blaze began in Hotpoint fridge freezer, police say
Deadly London tower blaze began in Hotpoint fridge freezer, police say

Police are considering manslaughter charges for those responsible for the Grenfell tower fire that left at least 79 people dead. Officers said all companies involved in refurbishing or building the tower will be reviewed. In an emotional phone call, Fadumo Ahmed told her mom she was stuck on the upper floors of Grenfell Tower as the deadly bl...

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  • Arab states demand that Qatar close Al Jazeera news network
Arab states demand that Qatar close Al Jazeera news network

Have you read Trendiee Today? Amidst the deepening Gulf crisis, Saudi Arabia and its allies have presented a list of steep demands to Qatar to end their dispute which has rattled the region for almost three weeks. But he said Qatar does not accept "foreign dictations". "Perhaps the solution is in parting ways". Saudi Arabia and other ...

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  • Trump wishes Muslims 'warm greetings' for Eid
Trump wishes Muslims 'warm greetings' for Eid

Saudi Arabia, Malaysia, and other Arab countries announced on Saturday that Sunday will be the first day of Eid al-Fitr 1438. Eid al-Fitr, which means "festival of breaking the fast", marks the end of the Muslim holy fasting month of Ramadan.

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  • Jon Ossoff's defeat puts Democrats at loss
Jon Ossoff's defeat puts Democrats at loss

A new analysis by the Democracy Fund Voter Study Group shows Trump made huge inroads among the 29 percent of voters who classify as populists - people who feel left behind by what they perceive as a rigged economy and wish Democrats paid more attention to job creation than identity issues.

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  • New Zealand extend lead over USA in America's Cup final
New Zealand extend lead over USA in America's Cup final

But Spithill's been here before. He mentioned the San Francisco comeback. "Celebrating 43 years, Third World is one of the longest-lived reggae bands of all time, and one of Jamaica's most consistently popular crossover acts among global audiences", the organisers said.

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  • Local leaders weigh in on Senate healthcare bill
Local leaders weigh in on Senate healthcare bill

Heller's opposition is the latest roadblock for the Better Care Reconciliation Act (BCRA). Four conservative Republicans - a number large enough to stop the bill from passage - announced in the afternoon that they were withholding support.

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  • McConnell's challenge: finding votes for Senate health care bill
McConnell's challenge: finding votes for Senate health care bill

Hillary Clinton took the debate over the Senate health care bill to a new level on Friday, saying that if Republicans vote to pass the law they will be known as "the death party". The House approved its version of the bill last month. Less than one-third of Americans support it, according to Reuters/Ipsos polling. "I can not support a piece of ...

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  • May's offer on citizens' rights 'below expectations — EU's Tusk
May's offer on citizens' rights 'below expectations — EU's Tusk

Doing so would "almost certainly" force European countries to give the same guarantees, it said. Meanwhile, EU leaders agreed on Thursday the post-Brexit locations of key bank and medical agencies now based in London would be decided by November, EU President Donald Tusk said.

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