• Ivanka Trump Says She Is Looking Forward to Working 'Alongside' Gen. Kelly
Ivanka Trump Says She Is Looking Forward to Working 'Alongside' Gen. Kelly

The news site Axios reports that Kelly "has taken control in dramatic fashion, is already imposing unmistakable signs of order after just a few days on the job". "The men and women of my department have been political pawns", he said. "I understand the attitude of the military types that if they can control all information flow they can control t...

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  • Heatwaves could annually kill over 150000 people in Europe by 2100
Heatwaves could annually kill over 150000 people in Europe by 2100

The study estimates did not factor in reductions of greenhouse gas emissions or policy improvements. The heat shock will result in 99% of all deaths from weather, and will be hardest hit southern Europe . Heatwaves, wildfires and floods could kill more than 150,000 Europeans every year by the end of the century, scientists say. By 2100, numb...

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  • BBCI: US-backed Yemeni troops 'push al-Qaeda' out of Shabwa
BBCI: US-backed Yemeni troops 'push al-Qaeda' out of Shabwa

U.S. special operations forces are helping Emirati and local forces as they conduct new operations against Al-Qaeda in Yemen, the Pentagon said Friday, AFP reports . The operations center on Shabwa province, where Al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP) has an established presence. Operations against the militants are complicated by the Yemeni ...

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  • Typhoon Noru heading for Kyushu, set to lash western Japan
Typhoon Noru heading for Kyushu, set to lash western Japan

Depending on how its course changes, Noru could also rake straight across Kyushu and then along Japan's main island of Honshu, but longer-term movements are still hard to pin down, the spokesman added. The east coastal region is expected to receive heavy rains on Monday through Tuesday. In this region precipitation is expected to 70 millimeters per...

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  • Kelly wins praise across the aisle, but will Trump change?
Kelly wins praise across the aisle, but will Trump change?

There exists what may be an insurmountable obstacle to achieving such goals - Donald Trump himself. Kelly's extensive military background and strong commanding nature could be exactly what Trump and his administration needs. Kushner and Mr. Bannon. On Wednesday, as President Trump signed a new bill imposing sanctions on Russian Federation for...

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  • Rangers fall to Twins 8-4 as Colon throws complete game
Rangers fall to Twins 8-4 as Colon throws complete game

Since coming off the disabled list on July 2, Perez has allowed 28 earned runs in 34 2/3 innings (7.27 ERA) over six starts. Perez's day would be finished in the fifth as Eddie Rosario plated Mauer and Grossman with a single. Sano, who leads the Twins with 25 homers and 71 RBIs, underwent precautionary X-rays, which were negative, and the team sa...

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  • Korean leader should not be sleeping easily: McMaster
Korean leader should not be sleeping easily: McMaster

McMaster said when asked whether Kim should be sleeping easily. In the wake of the recent nuclear provocations by the North Korean regime, Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte has described North Korean leader Kim Jong-un as a "fool", just days before Manila hosts an worldwide meeting most certain to address Pyongyang's long-range missile test...

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  • Trump talked tersely with leaders of Mexico, Australia during phone calls
Trump talked tersely with leaders of Mexico, Australia during phone calls

In his conversation with the Australian Prime Minister, Trump is heard getting agitated on the refugee issue and eventually telling him that the call was the most irksome of the day. He suggested that they publicly say they're still determining who will pay for the wall. Also Thursday, Trump announced new efforts to use technology to im...

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  • Steelers extend Mike Tomlin through 2020
Steelers extend Mike Tomlin through 2020

With T.J. Watt, JuJu Smith-Schuster and James Conner headlining Tomlin's 2017 rookie class, there looks to be no sign of the Steelers slowing down any time soon. Tomlin, who has coached the Steelers since the 2006 season, was originally signed through the 2018 campaign. My first ten years in Pittsburgh have been an awesome experience for me and my ...

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  • New White House communications chief - like his boss - invokes JoePa's name
New White House communications chief - like his boss - invokes JoePa's name

In the conversation, Scaramucci made clear he suspected that Priebus had leaked the information to the reporter, calling Priebus "a paranoiac", according to the magazine. Scaramucci said there is an establishment element inside the White House that is trying "to save America from this president" and is interfering with the full changes Trump is try...

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  • White House Never Tried to Stop Transcripts Story — WashPost Reporter
White House Never Tried to Stop Transcripts Story — WashPost Reporter

Discussing how to combat drug crime with Pena Nieto, Trump said he won New Hampshire because the state "is a drug-infested den". "But you can not say anymore that the United States is going to pay for the wall". "I should emphasize that happens from time-to-time", said Miller. Trump won the New Hampshire Republican presidential primary, but H...

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  • Podesta: I Lose Sleep 'Every Night' About Clinton Losing Electoral College
Podesta: I Lose Sleep 'Every Night' About Clinton Losing Electoral College

Help to spread a story that I had come across in my professional capacity". The law was signed by President Obama in late 2012, and introduced the first post-Soviet sanctions against Russian Federation, punishing individuals who were allegedly involved in the death of lawyer Sergei Magnitsky, and targeting officials involved in corruption.

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  • US aims for UN vote Saturday on new North Korea sanctions - diplomats
US aims for UN vote Saturday on new North Korea sanctions - diplomats

In an attempt to isolate even more Pyongyang , the interim undersecretary of the United States for Eastern Asia and the Pacific Affairs, Susan Tjhornton, told the persistent will of Washington of expelling North Korea from the ARF.

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  • What the Statue of Liberty says
What the Statue of Liberty says

The etched-in-stone words, along with the statue itself, have long represented America's welcoming of immigrants. "What you're proposing, or what the President is proposing here does not sound like it's in keeping with American tradition when it comes to immigration ".

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  • Pakistan govt appoints Hindu as minister after two decades
Pakistan govt appoints Hindu as minister after two decades

He finally spoke last week, after postponing the talk twice, to announce that he would be resigning from his National Assembly seat and his ministry on the day of the Panamagate verdict because his "heart was no longer in politics". Large numbers of PML-N workers are present at Bara Koh in Islamabad to welcome Sharif. No decision has been mad...

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  • McConnell brushes off Trump's call to get rid of Senate filibuster rule
McConnell brushes off Trump's call to get rid of Senate filibuster rule

House Speaker Paul Ryan has also indicated he's not willing to give up on health care yet and conservative groups are expected to resist any deal that further entrenches Obamacare and makes it more hard to repeal down the line. This was an increase from January, when just over half of Americans agreed with that sentiment. On Tuesday, Alexander ...

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  • Real Madrid's Cristiano Ronaldo: 'I trust in my advisors' regarding taxes
Real Madrid's Cristiano Ronaldo: 'I trust in my advisors' regarding taxes

The alleged irregularities were in relation to money the Portuguese star had in the Virgin Islands, although officials acknowledged adjustments to this structure in 2014, where the player paid back an extra seven million Euros in tax. Spanish daily El Mundo said the player - the world's highest paid athlete according to Forbes magazine - implie...

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  • Korea: US sanctions campaign will never work
Korea: US sanctions campaign will never work

The Security Council has implemented sanctions on North Korea since it carried out its first nuclear test in 2006, and UNSC resolutions 2270 and 2321, passed a year ago after Pyongyang's fourth and fifth nuclear tests, are considered the strongest measures to date.

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  • Mueller Turns to DC Grand Jury in Russia Probe
Mueller Turns to DC Grand Jury in Russia Probe

Trump was apparently referring to the bill he signed into law on Wednesday that included new sanctions against Russian Federation and prevented Trump from lifting any current sanctions without congressional approval. Senate Judiciary Chairman Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa, has yet to signal support for either measure. The whole reason we have a specia...

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  • Russia Vents Frustration Over Trump Signing Sanctions Bill
Russia Vents Frustration Over Trump Signing Sanctions Bill

Last week, Congress overwhelmingly approved the sanctions , leaving Mr Trump with little choice but to sign the legislation , although he had long expressed a desire for better ties with Russian Federation. presidential race, calling it "Russiagate", a reference to the Watergate scandal that led to the resignation of Richard Nixon , a former p...

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