• Netflix releases teaser for Spike Lee's She's Gotta Have It series
Netflix releases teaser for Spike Lee's She's Gotta Have It series

In 1986 Spike Lee burst onto the scene with his directorial debut She's Gotta Have It . Following its recent trend of turning films into television series , Netflix has announced a reboot of Spike Lee's debut film, She's Gotta Have It, directed by none other than Lee himself.

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  • Supreme Court reinstates Trump travel ban
Supreme Court reinstates Trump travel ban

The court also said it would allow a 120-day ban on all refugees entering the United States to go into effect on the same grounds. "An American individual or entity that has a bona fide relationship with a particular person seeking to enter the country as a refugee can legitimately claim concrete hardship if that person is excluded".

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  • JK Rowling marks 20 years since Harry Potter appeared
JK Rowling marks 20 years since Harry Potter appeared

Twenty years ago, a writer took book lovers across the world on a magical journey with a boy wizard and his two friends, changing the face of children's literature forever. She's generally known as something of a political firebrand on Twitter , but she was putting the rage aside today by simply tweeting: "20 years ago today a world that I had...

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  • Team New Zealand routs Oracle Team USA to win America's Cup
Team New Zealand routs Oracle Team USA to win America's Cup

New Zealand syndicate boss Michael Fay launches a one-on-one "deed of gift" challenge, building a giant monohull. Only four countries - the USA , Australia, New Zealand and Switzerland - have ever won the coveted trophy, named for the schooner America which won a race round the Isle of Wight in 1851 that was the birth of yachting's most prestigi...

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  • 'Drooling, snoring, gassy' mastiff named World's Ugliest Dog
'Drooling, snoring, gassy' mastiff named World's Ugliest Dog

Guess who broke Chinese dominance in the annual contest of World's Ugliest Dog - 3-year-old Neapolitan Mastiff! Like victor Martha, many dogs were adopted. He had lost his hearing and sight but his sense of smell is strong and he was enjoying all the smells at the Sonoma-Marin Fair where the contest is held, including funnel cakes and other fri...

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  • Not a single blot of corruption against my government: Narendra Modiq
Not a single blot of corruption against my government: Narendra Modiq

Modi at the Ritz Carlton said the surgical strikes conducted by India across the LoC prove that the country can defend itself when needed. He said leaders across the world still remember the rockstar reception the Indian-American community accorded him in 2014 at New York's Madison Square Garden.

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  • Tight finish seen in Atlanta congressional race, Trump weighs in
Tight finish seen in Atlanta congressional race, Trump weighs in

Progressive Democrats poured an estimated $25 million into the campaign - but it wasn't enough to counter the weight of ads that equated a vote for Ossoff with a vote to put the San Francisco Democrat back in charge of the House. And that same thing begins with House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi . Rep. Seth Moulton , D-Mass., who also at...

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"Explicit" show at South African prison ignites scandal

The saucy show took place on June 21 at the Johannesburg Medium Security Prison during celebrations for Youth Day, an annual public holiday on June 16 that marks the 1976 killing by police of students protesting against racially-segregated education.

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  • A key Republican senator has 'serious concerns' about the Senate's healthcare bill
A key Republican senator has 'serious concerns' about the Senate's healthcare bill

President Donald Trump is keeping up the public pressure on the five GOP senators. In an off-camera press briefing held Friday, White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer let slip what some have called the biggest lie the Trump administration has told about the Senate health care bill.

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  • Trump says Obama 'colluded or obstructed' in 2016 election
Trump says Obama 'colluded or obstructed' in 2016 election

Trump was apparently referring to a Friday report in the Washington Post that detailed the Obama's administration effort to deal with the election crisis. The bill passed with overwhelming bipartisan support, but Trump administration officials have been working to weaken the House version. Clinton has said the steady drumbeat of informatio...

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  • Trump confirms he called the Republicans' healthcare bill 'mean'
Trump confirms he called the Republicans' healthcare bill 'mean'

Journalists and other neutral arbiters must resist the temptation to report these lies as just a point of view. He added: "Simply put, if there's a chance you might get sick, get old, or start a family-this bill will do you harm". What could $33 billion buy? ■ The bills would also effectively end the Medicaid expansion, by sharply reducing ho...

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  • Study links legalized pot with increase in car crash claims
Study links legalized pot with increase in car crash claims

However, a study published in April 2017 found that driving under the influence of drugs is more fatal than drunk driving. The data compiled by the Stanford group is limited in that it is not uniform across states. It's worth noting that Nevada , part of the control group, legalized recreational marijuana in November 2016. There ar...

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  • May reaches deal with DUP to back Tories through Brexit
May reaches deal with DUP to back Tories through Brexit

The result lead to weeks of talks between May's party and the Democratic Unionist Party ( DUP ), which has just ten elected lawmakers - enough to give the Conservatives a slim house majority. Foster said she was "delighted" an arrangement had been agreed. The Guardian reports that the deal hinges on an economic package for Northern Ireland.

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  • Year-Old IITian Loses Arm After A Crocodile Attack, Faces Penalty Too!
Year-Old IITian Loses Arm After A Crocodile Attack, Faces Penalty Too!

While they were returning after the quick visit to the temple , they spotted the lake and made a decision to spend some time there. According to Harohalli police, Mudit Dandwate, a native of Nagpur , Maharashtra, and his friend were out on a drive to Anekal forest.

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  • Almost 65 million people are displaced
Almost 65 million people are displaced

Across the world , the number of displaced people had risen by 300,000 by the end of 2016 from a year earlier - though the pace of the increase had eased from past years, the UNHCR report said. In Germany, which vastly expanded its acceptance of people fleeing war from places like Syria, the number of refugees doubled to over 600,000 previous...

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  • Ron Johnson on GOP health care bill: 'Not a 'yes' yet'
Ron Johnson on GOP health care bill: 'Not a 'yes' yet'

President Donald Trump backed the measure in a Twitter posting that said , "I am very supportive of the Senate #HealthcareBill ". The Congressional Budget Office issued a report in May saying by 2026, 28 million people would be uninsured under Obamacare and 51 million would be uninsured under the American Health Care Act, the bill Hous...

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  • Two more wins for Team NZ
Two more wins for Team NZ

Despite the Kiwis' dominant win, Team U.S.A. looked faster than it had when it was humbled in four races last weekend. Races seven and eight are scheduled for Sunday. The most important thing I remember from San Francisco was getting a win on the board. Burling appeared to give a friendly wave to the Oracle crew as he sailed alongside and into ...

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  • North Korea: Obama Policy to Blame for 'Mystery' Death of Otto Warmbier
North Korea: Obama Policy to Blame for 'Mystery' Death of Otto Warmbier

In a statement on the state-run news site, a spokesman said Warmbier's death was a " mystery ". The 22-year-old died in an OH hospital on Monday after North Korea released him for what they described as humanitarian reasons. Kenneth Bae, an American who was jailed for almost two years in North Korea, told CNN he believed Warmbier could have b...

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  • Erdogan rejects Arab demands to remove Turkish troops from Qatar
Erdogan rejects Arab demands to remove Turkish troops from Qatar

Erdogan said Turkey had also offered to establish a military base in Saudi Arabia , but never received a clear answer. Erdogan called the demand that Qatar shut down Al-Jazeera an attempt to take away the network's press freedom and urged rights groups to speak out against that.

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  • Oklahoma attorney general charges doctor with 5 counts of second-degree murder
Oklahoma attorney general charges doctor with 5 counts of second-degree murder

Nichols' patients died while she worked at a Midwest City Clinic. Nichols, an osteopathic physician, is accused of prescribing controlled unsafe substances to patients without a legitimate medical need and in quantities and circumstances that disregarded human life.

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