• Indiana Will Deliver Again': Trump, Pence Rally Voters for GOP Senate Candidate
Indiana Will Deliver Again': Trump, Pence Rally Voters for GOP Senate Candidate

Joe Donnelly , branding him "Sleepin' Joe" and a "swamp person" at a rally in Elkhart, Indiana. The Trump approach is probably a template for what Senate Republicans and their campaign operations would like to see from the often unpredictable president.

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  • North Carolina officer chokes, slams man at a Waffle House after prom
North Carolina officer chokes, slams man at a Waffle House after prom

Warsaw Police Chief Eric Southerland told The News & Observer in an interview Wednesday that the officer in the video is a part of the Warsaw Police Department. Prominent leaders in the black community are speaking out on social media about the incident, with well-known figures like Rev. Al Sharpton and Bernice King , Martin Luther King Jr....

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  • At least 20 people are dead after dam bursts in Kenya
At least 20 people are dead after dam bursts in Kenya

It is a disaster", Joseph Kioko, the police chief from the neighboring Rongai town told the Associated Press . "For now, it is an ordinary accident where a dam broke its banks and water flew sweeping families along the path", he said, according to the Kenya Star ".

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  • Italy's League and 5-Star make 'significant steps' toward government deal
Italy's League and 5-Star make 'significant steps' toward government deal

The anti-establishment 5-Star Movement and far-right League said on Thursday they had made "significant steps" toward forming a government, as Italy looked to end nine weeks of political deadlock. "There is a high risk (80 percent) that Mattarella's call on the rival political parties to support a " neutral " government will go unheard", Wolfga...

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  • One killed, two seriously injured in S. Africa mosque attack
One killed, two seriously injured in S. Africa mosque attack

Paul Herbst, spokesman for the private IPSS medical rescue service, told AFP that the imam 'who had his throat slit, passed away a few minutes ago due to his injuries'. South Africa has not been a target for militant attacks of the kind that occur in some other African countries. "Places of worship should always provide a safe space and its sanc...

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  • China banned from broadcasting Eurovision after censoring same-sex dance
China banned from broadcasting Eurovision after censoring same-sex dance

Her experience as a special guest at the 2014 Eurovision contest in Copenhagen has also factored in Mauboy successfully interacting with the audience and helping to quell her nerves. Host of the Portuguese show Filomena Cautela made a beeline for Mauboy backstage at half-time, and joked about the time difference with Australia - the semi-final to...

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  • PM Narendra Modi to leave on a 2-day visit to Nepal
PM Narendra Modi to leave on a 2-day visit to Nepal

Nepal has been a tourism spot for decades for spiritualism. The visit is expected to bridge a trust deficit between India and Nepal that is seen to have been caused by India's opposition to Nepal's 2015 constitution, which seemingly gave more privileges to the upper caste hill tribes as compared to the Tharus, Madhesis and the Janjatis.

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  • Trump to meet with NKorea's Kim in Singapore
Trump to meet with NKorea's Kim in Singapore

The third inter-Korean summit took place on April 27, and a historic meeting between the leaders of the US and North Korea is planned for June 12. Some analysts have questioned Trump's haste in setting up a meeting with Kim, saying the summit alone confers vast prestige on the leader among the North Korean people .

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  • Vice President Pence's brother wins GOP bid for his old House seat
Vice President Pence's brother wins GOP bid for his old House seat

The president is holding a campaign-style rally in Elkhart at 7:00 p.m. Thursday. Pence told NBC News following the release of three Americans held by North Korea. The seat is open on this cycle as a result of Rep. Luke Messer is in search of the GOP nomination for U.S. Senate. It's expected to be one of the most competitive Senate campaigns.

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  • David Goodall: How Australia's Oldest Scientist Ended His Own Life Aged 104
David Goodall: How Australia's Oldest Scientist Ended His Own Life Aged 104

The eminent biologist, who had said he had grown exhausted of living with deteriorating health, would have opened a valve allowing the drug to flow into his body - with death coming in less than a minute. The 104-year-old did wish he could have ended his life in Australia , though. Dr Ian Merker (Electrical Engineering 1967, PhD Material Scien...

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  • Seven bodies found at rural property in Australia
Seven bodies found at rural property in Australia

Dawson described the deaths as a tragedy. Two of the adults were found outside and the other five victims were inside the home in Osmington , 12.4 miles (20km) northeast of Margaret River in the famous wine region. "I can't imagine just how disturbed someone is how they could do that". "I'm not in a position to release any further details ab...

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  • Israel strikes Iranian targets in Syria after rocket fire on Golan Heights
Israel strikes Iranian targets in Syria after rocket fire on Golan Heights

Mark Dubowitz, chief executive of the Foundation for Defense of Democracies think tank, said the war in Iraq resulted partly from a perception that economic sanctions on Saddam, imposed after his 1990 invasion of Kuwait, were rapidly losing effectiveness.

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  • Marion County Sheriff's deputy saves baby's life in Ocala
Marion County Sheriff's deputy saves baby's life in Ocala

The infant's distraught mom Nechole Crowell had her hazard lights on and desperately flagged down Deputy Nix for assist. I'm so thankful for all my law enforcement officers for all the hard work you do Day in and day out. Kingston left the hospital Thursday evening, and deputies say he is happy and healthy.octors D say that Kingston is alive toda...

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  • United Kingdom apology over Libyan dissident rendition
United Kingdom apology over Libyan dissident rendition

Boudchar was four-and-a-half months pregnant when she was kidnapped, telling the Guardian that she had been taped to a stretcher for the 17-hour flight to Tripoli. Under the administration of former President George W. Bush, the Central Intelligence Agency practised so-called "extraordinary renditions", or extra-judicial transfers of suspects from...

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  • Russian Federation and Iran will continue 'close coordination' on nuclear deal
Russian Federation and Iran will continue 'close coordination' on nuclear deal

Finally, the US' credibility will be seriously tarnished with both friends and nemeses, especially at this juncture when the USA is preparing to work out a deal on denuclearization with North Korea's Chairman Kim Jong Un, who would be given a legitimate reason to doubt any American commitment to adhere to future agreements.

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  • Who is Aishwarya Rai?
Who is Aishwarya Rai?

Sources claim that Lalu Yadav is likely to move the court for parole to attend the marriage of his elder son scheduled to be held on May 12 in Patna . Most of the country's top politicians, including Prime Minister Narendra Modi and chief minister Nitish Kumar, would be invited. Aishwarya Rai, an MBA from Amity University, is the granddaughter o...

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  • These are the most popular Russian Facebook ads from each month
These are the most popular Russian Facebook ads from each month

Together, the ads affirmed the fears of some lawmakers, including Republicans, that Russian agents have continued to try to influence United States politics even after the 2016 election. Congress gave a preview of Russian-sponsored trolling posts on Facebook during a hearing last November. Sometimes, Russian trolls also tried to fuel rallies and ...

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  • Outgoing Governor Has Message For Primary Winners Who Hope To Replace Him
Outgoing Governor Has Message For Primary Winners Who Hope To Replace Him

Cordray had been the Democratic frontrunner since leaving the CFPB to run for office again in OH, where he had previously served as attorney general, treasurer and a state legislator. Democrats may hope that result is an aberration, but Ohio's primary results suggest the state could see more centrist Democrats running against hard-line conservati...

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  • Mormon church will end 105-year relationship with Boy Scouts
Mormon church will end 105-year relationship with Boy Scouts

The announcement comes just one week after the group, whose flagship programme will be renamed Scouts BSA from next year to reflect the change, launched a major marketing campaign to attract more girls. "They represent our future, and ministering to their needs is a significant focus for the Church", the LDS Church said. There were surveys, p...

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  • Donald Trump threatens to revoke media credentials over 'negative' coverage
Donald Trump threatens to revoke media credentials over 'negative' coverage

Trump wrote on Twitter . President Donald Trump mused Wednesday about removing press credentials from " Fake News " outlets. The president said Wednesday in a tweet that "The Fake News is working overtime", and cited a study that found 91 percent of broadcast news about Trump is negative.

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