• 8 police fired 50 bullets to stop London attackers
8 police fired 50 bullets to stop London attackers

Saturday's attack was the second to involve a vehicle driving into pedestrians on a bridge in London in just three months. "You saw last night , as a outcome of our planning, our preparation and the rehearsals that took place, the swift response from the emergency services tackling the terrorists but also helping the injured".

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  • India committed to Paris climate deal: minister
India committed to Paris climate deal: minister

China has overtaken the U.S.in transitioning to renewable energy, generating a fifth of its electricity from renewable sources. Meanwhile, African nations are protesting Trump's decision. Mr Macron issued an appeal to American climate change scientists, engineers and entrepreneurs to come to France to continue their work. "If the Unite...

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  • Foreign nationals among victims of London terror attacks
Foreign nationals among victims of London terror attacks

He attacked May for cutting police numbers during her tenure as interior minister and repeated his pledge to recruit 10,000 new police officers, including armed officers. Saturday's rampage is the latest in a string of attacks to hit Europe, including in Paris, Berlin and Saint Petersburg, and the French, German and Russian leaders sent messages of...

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  • Trump supporters plan 'Pittsburgh Not Paris' rally in Washington
Trump supporters plan 'Pittsburgh Not Paris' rally in Washington

We might charitably assume that Trump simply does not understand the implications of his decision. Chinese Premier Li Keqiang, in Brussels for an EU-China business summit, said it was important for China and EU relationships to become more stable.

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  • Notre Dame Students Walk Out During Mike Pence's Commencement Speech
Notre Dame Students Walk Out During Mike Pence's Commencement Speech

The man who refuses to dine alone with any woman who's not his wife also boasts an abysmal record when it comes to women. Police had been made aware of the protest . "But as the president said just about a week ago in a ceremony just like this, 'Nothing worth doing ever came easy, '" Pence said. The commencement procession began just before ...

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  • Where you can get free doughnuts on National Doughnut Day
Where you can get free doughnuts on National Doughnut Day

Whether you like to enjoy your doughnut frosted, powdered or glazed, many enjoy this doughy snack. Like we needed an excuse to grab a donut on the way to work- but, Friday is National Donut Day! National Doughnut Day is celebrated annually on the first Friday in June, stemming from a tradition that started with women Salvation Army volunt...

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  • Sheriff: Explosion at Wisconsin plant kills at least 1
Sheriff: Explosion at Wisconsin plant kills at least 1

The plant employs quite a few people from town and the surrounding area. A fire broke out at the plant on Monday, but Clark said it was unrelated to the explosion. All of the 16 employees in the plant when the explosion occurred have been accounted for. The records don't clearly indicate whether the company complied but the case was closed in Sep...

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  • In Illinois, partisan politics send budget battle into overtime
In Illinois, partisan politics send budget battle into overtime

Two credit rating agencies, Standard & Poor's and Moody's Investors Service, slapped IL with downgrades Thursday, hours after lawmakers blew off a budget deadline. Governor Bruce Rauner, Senate Republic Leader Christine Radogno and House Republican Leader Jim Durkin held a press conference at 4:45 p.m. on Wednesday, May 31.

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  • Trump may block Comey testimony before Senate
Trump may block Comey testimony before Senate

Have presidents invoked executive privilege in the past? It's not written down in any federal statute, and it's not part of the rules of evidence. The term wasn't coined until the 1950s, when President Dwight Eisenhower tried to shield administration officials from being questioned in Sen.

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  • President Trump Breaks Silence of Kushner Reports, Dismisses As 'Fake News'
President Trump Breaks Silence of Kushner Reports, Dismisses As 'Fake News'

But Conway downplayed the reports of Kushner's proposals to Russian officials as falling within the realm of ordinary White House work. In another tweet, he alleged that stories based on leaks from the White House "are fabricated lies made up by the #FakeNews media".

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  • Putin ridicules claims of meddling in U.S
Putin ridicules claims of meddling in U.S

Was it so important who leaked it?" he said". "It's harmful, hurting worldwide relations, the global economy, security and the fight against terror". "We're not doing this on the state level", he said. "There were no agreements. We didn't even start negotiations". "Does squabbling over North Atlantic Treaty Organisation help Russian Federation?" ...

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  • Fishing to be license-free in Louisiana June 10-11
Fishing to be license-free in Louisiana June 10-11

Wildlife and Fisheries Secretary Jack Montoucet says the weekend is created to encourage people to enjoy the state's outdoors. On these weekends, a fishing license is not required. Anglers may also purchase a fishing license over the phone and receive a temporary authorization number allowing them to fish immediately by calling 800-244-5613.

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  • Former PSU President will do jail time and house arrest
Former PSU President will do jail time and house arrest

Prosecutors say the delay enabled Sandusky to keep on molesting boys. Gary Schultz , formerly a senior vice president of the university, and Tim Curley , a former athletic director, were charged along with Spanier. According to emails recovered in an internal investigation and first reported in 2012, the two cases - one in 1998 and one in 2001 ...

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  • Kentucky stays alive in NCAA with 14-9 victory over Indiana
Kentucky stays alive in NCAA with 14-9 victory over Indiana

United Kingdom was to play the Wolfpack on Sunday night in the double-elimination regional. Even though he gave up two earned runs, six hits, and walked three Wildcats, Adler's pitching performance is the best of the Lexington Reginal thus far and deserves applause from all fans.

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  • Kathy Griffin too emotional to speak when asked about Anderson Cooper
Kathy Griffin too emotional to speak when asked about Anderson Cooper

After her removal from an annual job at CNN hosting their New Year's Eve special , and the cancellation of several of her comedy shows, Griffin expressed that President Trump had accomplished what he wanted to. First Lady Melania Trump issued her own statement that questioned the comedian's mental health . On Twitter earlier this week, ...

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  • MIT issues statement regarding research on Paris Agreement
MIT issues statement regarding research on Paris Agreement

However, the US move might well affect Trudeau's plans to implement a national carbon tax and his overall environmental agenda that many critics say will make the Canadian economy less competitive than its American counterpart. "Yet, recent observations show they are now on the way towards overcoming this challenge", the report says. The minist...

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  • Minnesota officer charged in Castile shooting goes on trial
Minnesota officer charged in Castile shooting goes on trial

Over the police radio, Yanez told his partner that he thought the driver fit the description of a suspect in a convenience store robbery that happened down the road just a few days earlier. "The media coverage and protests have never suggested an iota of fault in Mr. Castile's conduct", Yanez's attorneys wrote in a memo. Paul area and surrounded th...

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  • Mayors to Trump: We'll enforce Paris accord without you
Mayors to Trump: We'll enforce Paris accord without you

Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke, who is charged with executing Trump's effort to expand drilling on federal land, told CNN he does not believe climate change is a hoax , but could not speak for the president. For Americans and those in the world community looking for strong leadership on climate issues, this action is deeply discouraging. Macr...

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  • Trump asked NSA director to knock down FBI's Russia investigation
Trump asked NSA director to knock down FBI's Russia investigation

As to his signature campaign promise - Make America Great Again - 55 percent said Trump has failed on that effort compared to 34 percent who said he is succeeding. investigation at a time when Democratic lawmakers were intensifying their rhetoric. Coats told Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand , D-N.Y., he would share details of his conversation with th...

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  • Vladimir Putin wonders if USA hackers framed Russian Federation during presidential election
Vladimir Putin wonders if USA hackers framed Russian Federation during presidential election

Flynn had served for several weeks as President Donald Trump's National Security Adviser before resigning when it emerged that he had spoken with Russian ambassador Sergey Kislyak during the transition period, and that the conversation included a discussion about new sanctions on Russia .

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