• Banned building materials suspected in London's deadly Grenfell Tower fire: UK government
Banned building materials suspected in London's deadly Grenfell Tower fire: UK government

British media have reported that contractors installed a cheaper, less flame-resistant type of exterior paneling on the 24-story tower in a renovation that was completed just past year. "As we do everything we can to help them, we will make sure they have the counselling and emotional support they need in the hard days, weeks and years ahead".

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  • Australia suspends airstrikes in Syria after U.S. downs Syrian jet
Australia suspends airstrikes in Syria after U.S. downs Syrian jet

It's the latest twist in a conflict that one analyst has described as undergoing a "dramatic escalation" as an "uneasy battlefield coexistence" between forces with competing aims proves impossible to maintain. Additionally, the Russian Defense Ministry announced that any airborne objects west of the Euphrates River would be tracked by Russian groun...

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  • Yoga as good for low back pain as physical therapy
Yoga as good for low back pain as physical therapy

Saper. Participants were divided into three groups. If you're exhausted of popping pain medicine for your lower back pain , yoga may be a good alternative. Chang, and Stefan G. Kertesz, a doctor and researcher with Birmingham Veterans Affairs Medical Center wrote in an editorial. The mass yoga session pictured here took place at Peking Univers...

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  • Britain says will be
Britain says will be "positive and constructive" in Brexit talks

The Department for Exiting the EU (DExEU) said it had been "crystal clear" about its approach to Brexit talks. Addressing her party on Monday after one of its most memorable electoral failures, May said she would take a broader, more consultative approach to the Brexit talks.

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  • Georgia race finally heads to voters; DC watching closely
Georgia race finally heads to voters; DC watching closely

But if Handel loses, it will be a clear warning sign to House Republicans facing tough races in other suburban districts across the country, many of them among the 23 GOP-held seats where Trump trailed Clinton in 2016. Handel and McCarthy started the day at a breakfast restaurant, shaking hands and urging people to vote on Tuesday. "She's focused o...

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  • Bat Signal to light up Los Angeles in tribute to Adam West
Bat Signal to light up Los Angeles in tribute to Adam West

Garcetti, Beck, and Ward led the crowd in a countdown to light the Bat-signal-which was provided by Warner Bros . and DC Comics-onto the tower at City Hall. Hundreds of fans turned out - many in costume - and cheered as the yellow light with a bat silhouette appeared high up on the building. Chat Evett, of La Junta, Colo., dressed as the Riddler...

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  • Pregnant woman shot dead by officers after police say she brandished knife
Pregnant woman shot dead by officers after police say she brandished knife

Lyles called police on Sunday, reportedly asking them to investigate a robbery. Family members said Lyles had experienced mental health problems in the past year and that she was several months pregnant, which BuzzFeed News couldn't immediately confirm.

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  • Novadaq enters agreement to be acquired by Stryker
Novadaq enters agreement to be acquired by Stryker

The stock's traded 25.21 million shares in session while it holds an average volume of 0.25 million shares. Among 24 analysts covering U.S. Bancorp ( NYSE:USB ), 6 have Buy rating, 1 Sell and 17 Hold. U.S. Bancorp (NYSE:USB) has risen 23.07% since June 19, 2016 and is uptrending. Shares of Novadaq Technologies ( NASDAQ:NVDQ ) traded up 95.00%...

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  • West Indies unchanged for first two India ODIs
West Indies unchanged for first two India ODIs

Earlier, they defeated the talented Afghans by 3-0 in the Twenty20I series. West Indies have kept faith with the one-day global squad that drew 1-1 with Afghanistan for the opening two matches with India later this week. The other significant development is that Anil Kumble has agreed to go to the West Indies. Allrounder Jason Holder will b...

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  • Supreme Court Will Hear Landmark Wisconsin Partisan Gerrymandering Case
Supreme Court Will Hear Landmark Wisconsin Partisan Gerrymandering Case

Democrats and those aligned with them took that order as a sign they could lose the case . A Virginia case based on race led to new districts being drawn in Hampton Roads, including U.S. Michigan's state Senate has 27 Republicans, 11 Democrats. The case could have national implications. Sachin Chheda, director of the Fair Elections Project, w...

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  • Postecoglou: Germany far too good for Socceroos
Postecoglou: Germany far too good for Socceroos

Socceroos coach Ange Postecoglou insisted he would continue to employ his 3-2-4-1 system, which has its share of critics. The seachange in Australia's fortunes came about after a personnel change at the break, with Robbie Kruse offering greater attacking impetus when he replaced Massimo Luongo, with Aaron Mooy shifting back in to a holding ...

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  • Demonstrations against Islamic law met with counterprotests against hate
Demonstrations against Islamic law met with counterprotests against hate

San Bernardino Police spokeswoman Eileen Hards said they apprehended three people for the vandalism but did not release names. In Syracuse, N.Y., marchers turned out to support President Donald Trump, and they were met by other demonstrators who are calling the rallies anti-Muslim bigotry.

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  • London and Brussels will start negotiations on a Brexit 19 Jun
London and Brussels will start negotiations on a Brexit 19 Jun

The EU wants to secure cash and rights for citizens immediately and is not willing to mess around. "We expect the Macron reforms to transform France like the Thatcher reforms had cured the erstwhile sick man of Europe, the United Kingdom, some 35 years ago", said Berenberg European economist Holger Schmieding.

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  • Police identify Finsbury Park mosque suspect as 47yo Darren Osborne
Police identify Finsbury Park mosque suspect as 47yo Darren Osborne

And extra police are being deployed to reassure communities, especially those observing Ramadan , Mayor of London Sadiq Khan said . "We stopped him until the police came". In the wake of recent attacks, Zara made a decision to pull her young boys out of Islamic school, opting to teach them at home instead for fear that they might be radicalized...

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  • Everything you need to know about the Finsbury Park attack
Everything you need to know about the Finsbury Park attack

Ali Habib, a 23-year-old student, said residents were upset that Monday's attack wasn't portrayed in the same light as other attacks across Britain. Eight people were killed and 50 injured on June 3 when three Islamist militants drove into pedestrians on London Bridge and stabbed people at nearby restaurants and bars.

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  • California cyclist dies in Kansas during cross-country race
California cyclist dies in Kansas during cross-country race

Fishbein died at the scene. Carrasco and a passenger, Jesus Antonio Castillo, 27, of Scott City both suffered possible injuries and were taken to Wichita County Health Center in Leoti. We are all reeling from this and are doing our best to get through today. Fishbein was competing in the 4,300-mile Trans Am Bike Race , which began June 3 in York...

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  • Dems say they'll slow Senate work over secretive care bill
Dems say they'll slow Senate work over secretive care bill

GEOFF BENNETT, BYLINE: Hey, Kelly. While none of these measures can hold up the bill indefinitely, the Democratic protests would slow down the Senate business and most likely bring more attention to the issue. "I think it's being written, uh, by someone somewhere but I'm not aware of who or where", Sen. BENNETT: Well, there are a couple of pr...

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  • Blumenthal to hold 'field hearing' on health care overhaul
Blumenthal to hold 'field hearing' on health care overhaul

Senate. They won't rein in personal health care costs. The Senate Appropriations Committee (chaired by Lara) estimated the bill would cost approximately $400 billion annually. Yes, we do need to get a handle on the very high health insurance premiums we're all too familiar with in Western Colorado, but the AHCA will only increase premiums for mos...

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  • Trump lawyer defends his use of social media
Trump lawyer defends his use of social media

White House press secretary Sean Spicer said it was possible that the White House would have an answer this week as to whether there are tapes of conservations between President Donald Trump and former FBI Director James Comey . Kushner has been discussing the matter with Abbe Lowell , a prominent trial lawyer. Kushner has denied any improper...

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  • Deadly heat waves becoming more common due to climate change
Deadly heat waves becoming more common due to climate change

Hundreds of people die each year from heat-related causes, majority elderly or mentally ill. The team was able to use this threshold to distinguish between deadly and non-deadly heat waves in the historical record, and then use the same threshold to observe how these conditions will play out in the future using climate models run with different ...

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