• U.S. defends no longer arming Syrian rebels
U.S. defends no longer arming Syrian rebels

Eastern Ghouta is in one of four proposed "de-escalation zones" named in a deal reached in May by allies Iran and Russian Federation, who back Assad's government, and Turkey, which supports the opposition forces. Abdul-Bari Atwan, a London-based journalist, wrote recently that the Central Intelligence Agency has been training and arming Syrian ...

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  • Kyle Busch takes Brickyard 400 pole over Kevin Harvick
Kyle Busch takes Brickyard 400 pole over Kevin Harvick

Kyle Busch (13th-fastest) and Austin Dillon (23rd-fastest) both served 15-minute practice holds in the final session for multiple pre-race inspection failures at New Hampshire Motor Speedway last weekend. When Busch climbed out of his Cup vehicle after winning at the Brickyard previous year, it was the exclamation point on one of the most domina...

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  • Iran Opens Production Line For New Long-range 'Sayyad-3' Missile
Iran Opens Production Line For New Long-range 'Sayyad-3' Missile

Sayyad means "hunter" in Farsi. Iran has begun a production line for a new version of an air defense missile. Gen. Farzad Esmaili, said during a ceremony that the missile is "a completely indigenous technology". General pointed to Saudi's recent arms purchases from the United States, saying "we regret that our neighbors consider Iran's capabiliti...

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  • OJ Simpson welcome at Hall of Fame after release from prison
OJ Simpson welcome at Hall of Fame after release from prison

And if he wants to leave Florida he will be welcome in Canton, Ohio to the Pro Football Hall of Fame. Per ESPN's Jeff Legwold , Simpson has a standing annual invitation as a member of the Pro Football Hall of Fame. In 1995, Simpson was acquitted of the murder of his ex-wife Nicole Brown and Ron Goldman after a highly-publicized trial. The pa...

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  • Did Jeff Sessions Lie Again About Campaign Contacts With Russia?
Did Jeff Sessions Lie Again About Campaign Contacts With Russia?

Trump ". Mr Trump Jr later released email exchanges concerning the meeting on Twitter, after learning that The New York Times was about to publish them. The White House push against the special counsel's probe and the attempts to put the focus on potential conflicts with Mueller's team may well be an effort to distract from snowballing fede...

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  • Petrol outlet owned by Lalu's son sealed
Petrol outlet owned by Lalu's son sealed

The BPCL action followed a complaint that Tej Pratap produced "false land documents" to get the pump. Bharat Petroleum Corporation Limited on Thursday terminated the licence of a petrol pump that was allotted to Bihar Health Minister Tej Pratap Yadav .

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  • OJ Simpson has been granted release from prison
OJ Simpson has been granted release from prison

Simpson said that he has spent his time in prison mentoring fellow inmates, often keeping others out of trouble, and believes he has become a better person during those years. "If Americans love anyone more than a superhero, it is a fallen hero making a comeback against the odds", he said a day after Simpson was granted parole.

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  • Anthony Scaramucci Deletes Old Tweets That Bash Trump, GOP Policies
Anthony Scaramucci Deletes Old Tweets That Bash Trump, GOP Policies

Critics like Fusion columnist Felix Salmon say that Scaramucci's jump from finance to the White House is a "classic revolving door play". At a press conference later Friday, Scaramucci announced that Sarah Huckabee Sanders, the principal deputy press secretary, would replace Spicer.

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  • House to vote on Russian Federation sanctions deal next week
House to vote on Russian Federation sanctions deal next week

The agreement to fix procedural concerns , add sanctions against North Korea and modify restrictions on the participation of USA energy companies in some global projects, clears the way for a House vote next week. Bipartisan negotiators are finalizing some tweaks to several areas of the bill, including details on Congress' power to enforce sanct...

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  • Trump blasts Hillary, fake news, says he 'has complete power to pardon'
Trump blasts Hillary, fake news, says he 'has complete power to pardon'

On Friday, the Washington Post reported Kislyak was overheard by USA spy agencies telling his bosses he had discussed campaign-related matters, including issues important to Moscow, with Jeff Sessions during the 2016 presidential race. It also said that Mr. Baghdadi and other Islamic State leaders had used their wives to pass information to one...

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  • Does Donald Trump Know What Health Insurance Is?
Does Donald Trump Know What Health Insurance Is?

He has never had to take a job for the health care benefits. The $12 per year reference came during a discussion about the political difficulty of taking away health care entitlements. But this time , he upped the cost of health care to $15 a month. Here's something where you walk up and say, "I want my insurance". Trump has described health...

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  • Infant found buried in Warren County backyard was born alive
Infant found buried in Warren County backyard was born alive

Brooke Skylar Richardson was charged with reckless homicide on Friday after evidence revealed the child was alive at birth. The Warren County Sheriff's Office said the remains had likely been buried for 10 to 12 weeks. "She's by all means a very good person". Shovels and yellow tape could be seen on the home's property Thursday before offici...

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  • Trump Says He Would Not Have Hired Sessions Given Recusal
Trump Says He Would Not Have Hired Sessions Given Recusal

TRUMP: So Jeff Sessions takes the job, gets into the job, recuses himself. Trump's remarks, in a 50-minute interview with The New York Times , came as an open rebuke from the President toward the nation's top law enforcement official.

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  • Sean Spicer thankful 'for honor and privilege to serve' Donald Trump
Sean Spicer thankful 'for honor and privilege to serve' Donald Trump

Trump has blamed his own messengers - as well as the "fake news" media - for his woes. "But sometimes it goes from amusing to mean". The former deputy replaces Sean Spicer , who resigned this morning at the same time of Scaramucci's appointment.

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  • Inmate who kicked out patrol car's window, leapt from vehicle captured
Inmate who kicked out patrol car's window, leapt from vehicle captured

Friday. Police say a vigilant citizen's call ultimately led to Carver's capture. The incident occurred at Scottsville Road and Lyman Hills Drive. Authorities in Virginia have recaptured an inmate the day after he escaped by kicking out the window of a moving patrol vehicle.

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  • Diamond Offshore Drilling Inc
Diamond Offshore Drilling Inc

The firm is expected to report its next quarterly earnings results before the market opens on Monday, July 31st. According to Zacks, analysts expect that Diamond Offshore Drilling will report full year sales of $386.93 million for the current year, with estimates ranging from $1.43 billion to $1.52 billion.

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  • Tsunami fears in Kos as tremors strike again
Tsunami fears in Kos as tremors strike again

Frightened residents and tourists slept out doors on the island following Friday's quake because they were too afraid to sleep in their homes or hotels. The port was closed and ferry services were canceled until further inspection. The U.S. Geological Survey measured the quake as being of magnitude 6.7, with Greek and Turkish estimates a fraction...

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  • U.S. withholds $350 million aid to Pakistan
U.S. withholds $350 million aid to Pakistan

The Pentagon is withholding $50 million in funding for Pakistan after Defense Secretary James Mattis told Congress he will not certify that the country has done enough to fight the Haqqani Network . The decision was not the first time that the Pentagon has declined to make military reimbursements to Pakistan. The 2018 budget, which has yet to ...

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  • ICE Detains Over 100 Individuals in Texas After Week Long Operation
ICE Detains Over 100 Individuals in Texas After Week Long Operation

Federal officers arrested 123 people - including 13 in Austin - across Central and South Texas during an eight-day operation that U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement said targeted criminals. "Public safety remains a top priority for ICE". US immigration agents have planned for nationwide raids next week to arrest, among others, teenagers who...

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  • Trump on Spicer quitting
Trump on Spicer quitting

Donald Trump has just completed six months as the 45th president of the us, but there have been more upheavals in his administration than before him. And I have a statement on Anthony's appointment as well. "I think there has been more click-bait mentality". "More and more we are seeing it is about the clip and the click".

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