• Anthony Scaramucci Out: 4 People Who Could Replace Him
Anthony Scaramucci Out: 4 People Who Could Replace Him

The truth is more likely found in something Sarah Huckabee Sanders said in her Monday afternoon press briefing. Emails show that Trump's eldest son Donald Jr, his son-in-law Jared Kushner and his then campaign manager Paul Manafort met Kremlin-connected officials in June 2016 in the hope of getting dirt on Democratic rival Hillary Clinton.

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  • Germany Says Vietnam Kidnapped Ex-Oil Official in Berlin
Germany Says Vietnam Kidnapped Ex-Oil Official in Berlin

Local media reported that 51-year-old Trinh Xuan Thanh was kidnapped on July 23 in Berlin's Tiergarten by several armed men and secretly transported to Vietnam. He was elected to Vietnam's National Assembly in May 2016, but was dismissed a short time later after being accused of corruption. The 51-year-old Thanh was former head of the state-owned...

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  • Israeli Forces Detain 21 Palestinians, Including Lawmaker in West Bank
Israeli Forces Detain 21 Palestinians, Including Lawmaker in West Bank

After this morning's terror stabbing attack at a Yavneh supermarket in which an employee was critically injured, the army is imposing a closure on the West Bank hometown of the attacker. "We know there was no preexisting relationship between the two whatsoever, so we confirmed it was a terrorist attack", said Israel Police spokesperson Micky Rose...

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  • Mock warhead launched from Vandenberg amid protests
Mock warhead launched from Vandenberg amid protests

Analysts said North Korea's missile test on Friday showed that USA cities such as Los Angeles and Chicago are now within the striking range of Pyongyang's weapons. "Their efforts over the past few months show why they are among the most skilled operators in the Air Force". In February, a test missile was launched in February from the base.

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  • Palestinian who murdered Jewish lover claims political motivation, but doubts persist
Palestinian who murdered Jewish lover claims political motivation, but doubts persist

His suspected motive wasn't immediately clear. Harouf has since told a court he had wanted to kidnap 29-year-old Halimi, from the Binyamin District of the West Bank, in the hope Palestinian prisoners would be released. 'According to his version, he met the deceased in the Holon area, choked her, threw stones at her head, covered her body, and lef...

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  • 'Harry Potter and the Cursed Child' Broadway cast revealed
'Harry Potter and the Cursed Child' Broadway cast revealed

Preview shows will begin in NY in March with the play officially opening April 22, 2018. Noma Dumezweni (Hermione Granger) and Paul Thornley (Ron Weasley), with Poppy Miller (Ginny Potter ), Sam Clemmett (Albus Potter ), Alex Price (Draco Malfoy) and Anthony Boyle (Scorpius Malfoy) will play in the original Broadway cast of the show...

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  • Scattered thunderstorms expected in area
Scattered thunderstorms expected in area

The heavy rain could lead to minor flooding in the area. But the National Weather Service says the next 72 hours are expected to produce more widespread storms across the region. That means highs should approach (but not exceed) the upper 80s, though it will certainly feel a bit warmer when you factor in the humidity. After scattered showers an...

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  • Acting DEA chief rejects Trump's 'joke' about police abuses
Acting DEA chief rejects Trump's 'joke' about police abuses

WASHINGTON ― The acting head of the Drug Enforcement Administration has joined law enforcement leaders in condemning President Donald Trump's endorsement of police brutality in a speech to police officers last week. "This is how we conduct ourselves", Rosenberg said in a memo, provided to USA Today by a source who is not authorized to share i...

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  • Northwestern professor and Oxford University employee wanted for murder
Northwestern professor and Oxford University employee wanted for murder

A warrant was also issued for the arrest of a University of Oxford employee in the killing. Warren is a senior treasury assistant at the University of Oxford in England, according to the university's website. The Cook County Medical Examiner's Officer ruled Cornell-Duranleau's death a homicide. Pictured Northwestern University professor, ...

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  • India cenbank cuts repo rate to more than 6-1/2 yr low
India cenbank cuts repo rate to more than 6-1/2 yr low

The bank had last reduced the rate by 25 basis points in October 2016. Mumbai , Aug 02 The Reserve Bank of India today fixed the reference rate of the rupee at 64.0690 against the United States dollar and 75.7488 for the euro. Four members of the committee voted to cut rates by 25 bps, while one voted for a 50 bps cut and one voted to leave ...

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  • Trump would have dictated the statement to her son
Trump would have dictated the statement to her son

Jay Sekulow , one of the attorneys representing Trump in the Russian Federation investigation, previously denied on CNN that his client was involved with crafting a misleading statement about Trump Jr.'s June 2016 meeting. After the Times obtained an email chain showing an acquaintance, Rob Goldstone, offered Trump Jr. a meeting where he coul...

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  • Jacinda Ardern: New Zealand politician brands maternity leave question 'unacceptable'
Jacinda Ardern: New Zealand politician brands maternity leave question 'unacceptable'

Many viewers did not find the question so congenial. New Zealand's new opposition leader said it was "unacceptable" for a professional woman to be questioned on her plans for children, hours after she faced exactly those queries. so is that a decision you feel you have to make or that you feel you've already made?" "It should not predetermine...

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  • North Korea missile tests continue to rile lawmakers in Washington
North Korea missile tests continue to rile lawmakers in Washington

He indicated the administration has few solutions other than to continuously put "ever-greater pressure" on the regime because other options, including a military attack, are "not particularly attractive". The Russian military, however, said the weapon was likely an intermediate-range ballistic missile (IRBM), citing data from its missile warning s...

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  • Turkey decides to replace heads of the army, air force and navy
Turkey decides to replace heads of the army, air force and navy

The Supreme Military Council (YAS) chose to remove land forces commander General Salih Zeki Colak, naval chief Admiral Bulent Bostanoglu and air force commander General Abidin Unal, presidential spokesman Ibrahim Kalin said. All three are to be replaced with other top members of the military. Previously, such meetings were held at military headqu...

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"He Flipped Into The Bullpen!" - Baseball Star Makes A Gravity-Defying Catch

The Indians acquired righty Joe Smith from Toronto for two minor leaguers. Rafael Devers should get a lot of chances to prove to the organization that they made the right choice by promoting him to the majors. Ramirez led off the bottom of the fifth for Boston by putting a charge in a Dan Otero offering and sending it to deep center field. ...

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  • U.S. tests ICBM after NK missile launch
U.S. tests ICBM after NK missile launch

The launch is said to " validate and verify the effectiveness, readiness, and accuracy of the weapon system ", according to Colonel Michael Hough, commander of Air Force Global Strike Command's 30th Air Wing. The most recent happened in May. "We're not your threat, but you are presenting an unacceptable threat to us, and we have to respond". ...

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  • Gators' legendary QB John Reaves dead at age 67
Gators' legendary QB John Reaves dead at age 67

The Hillsborough County medical examiner's office said the cause was being investigated. Soon after that game, he was drafted No. 14 overall by Philadelphia in the 1972 NFL Draft and started seven games for the Eagles in his rookie year, compiling an 0-7 record.

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  • Videos, DNA evidence may be key in St. Louis officer's trial
Videos, DNA evidence may be key in St. Louis officer's trial

The first-degree murder trial will be decided by a judge rather than a jury despite objections from prosecutors. Officers were acquitted in recent police shooting trials in Minnesota, Oklahoma and Wisconsin. According to police reports, Stockley has told Internal Affairs investigators and his sergeant, Colin Rumpsa , that he believed Smith was r...

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  • Portland heat wave: Worst-case scenario sees 109 degrees
Portland heat wave: Worst-case scenario sees 109 degrees

One record was set Tuesday, when Medford, Ore., climbed to a daily record high of 110 degrees. Wednesday's high is expected around 108 degrees, and 102 by Thursday . "Our forecasted high temperatures have dropped by about a degree to two because of the smoke in the area", he said. "Confidence is high that temperatures will be over 100".

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  • Guj CM takes dig at Cong MLAs for deserting people
Guj CM takes dig at Cong MLAs for deserting people

Irani today visited several flood-affected areas in the district with Balwantsinh Rajput, who recently quit the Congress to join the BJP . It is to be noted that Chief Minister Rupani has been camping in Banaskantha and Patan districts along with 10 of his ministers for the last few days, in most probability, as a major outreach in the North G...

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