• Was Ed Sheeran worthy of The Pyramid Stage?
Was Ed Sheeran worthy of The Pyramid Stage?

There was a poignant moment last night at the Glastonbury Festival for the family of a Devon fundraiser who died last month after her health deteriorated. Glastonbury's finale saw Ed Sheeran and his guitar climb the most iconic stage in the world - and it was always going to divide people. The band also treated fans to renditions of Street...

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  • Local gas prices plummet as Fourth of July holiday travel approaches
Local gas prices plummet as Fourth of July holiday travel approaches

On Sunday, the average unleaded price statewide was $2.21, the lowest since December 2016. The most expensive gas can be found in South Florida with West Palm Beach-Boca Raton's average at $2.31, followed by Miami with $2.28 and Fort Lauderdale at $2.27.

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  • Maryland, DC sue Trump over business dealings
Maryland, DC sue Trump over business dealings

Attorney General Karl Racine said at a Monday press conference. What do you think of the attorney generals' lawsuit? "He adds the two officials are seeking to serve as a "check and balance" against the president". The domestic emoluments clause forbids the president from receiving any other "emolument" while he's in office, generally def...

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  • Gerrymandering gave GOP 1 extra legislative seat
Gerrymandering gave GOP 1 extra legislative seat

The study calculated that the GOP won at least two more seats than what would be expected based on its share of the statewide vote. The AP scrutinized the outcomes of all 435 U.S. House seats, giving the GOP almost one seat beyond what would be projected in a votes-to-seats ratio. Yet Georgia's Republican-led Legislature has continued to tinker...

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  • New BMW X3 Images Leak and Show the New Design
New BMW X3 Images Leak and Show the New Design

As for its inside design, we will see numerous technology features and styling of the new 5-Series. This is the all-new BMW X3 - the German brand's latest attempt to stamp on the toes of the newly launched and rebooted Audi Q5 and Volvo XC60 in the premium mid-size SUV market.

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  • White House Says Trump Does Not Intend on Firing Mueller
White House Says Trump Does Not Intend on Firing Mueller

You said you didn't tape James Comey . A day after tweeting that he does not have taped conversations between himself and Comey, Trump addressed the scenario he helped raise in the first place. Mr Trump had kick-started speculation of the recordings in a tweet he posted days after firing Mr Comey, saying: " James Comey better hope there...

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  • Senate's version of health care plan is very bad
Senate's version of health care plan is very bad

Sens. Dean Heller of Nevada, facing a competitive 2018 re-election battle, Rob Portman of OH and Shelley Moore Capito of West Virginia expressed concerns about the bill's cuts to Medicaid and drug addiction efforts. Senate Majority leader Mitch McConnell smiles as he leaves the chamber after announcing the release of the Republicans' heal...

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  • Sens. Susan Collins, Rand Paul express doubts about Senate health care bill
Sens. Susan Collins, Rand Paul express doubts about Senate health care bill

Sen. Susan Collins of ME said it would be "very difficult" for President Trump and GOP leaders to get her support this week for the Senate's health care bill. "Unfortunately, the Senate Republican alternative, unveiled last week, doesn't appear to come close to addressing their plight". And if it were the greatest bill ever proposed in mankin...

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  • Health care is lifeline for many
Health care is lifeline for many

Asked yesterday about the GOP plan's Medicaid cuts, Kellyanne Conway said with a straight face, "These are not cuts to Medicaid". PRESIDENT DONALD TRUMP: I think we're going to get there and we have four very good people that - it's not that they're opposed.

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  • Teen hurt after dropping from ride at Six Flags
Teen hurt after dropping from ride at Six Flags

Eventually, after working up the courage, the girl let go of the ride and miraculously landed in the arms of the people below. The crowd erupted into cheers and clapping as the girl was rushed by staff to an awaiting golf-buggy to take her for medical treatment.

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  • US Senate votes overwhelmingly for tougher Russian sanctions amidst poll meddling probe
US Senate votes overwhelmingly for tougher Russian sanctions amidst poll meddling probe

The new package also requires the White House to get a congressional review if it attempts to relax, suspend or terminate Russian Federation sanctions. Bob Corker (R-TN), the Chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, who noted that in many ways it was developed "under the radar" because it was bipartisan in nature.

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  • Senate GOP health care bill vote: The whip count
Senate GOP health care bill vote: The whip count

US Senate Democratic leader Chuck Schumer, of NY, said Democrats would be working hard to defeat the bill , having already made clear they would co-operate with Republicans if they agreed to drop a repeal of the Affordable Care Act and instead work to improve it.

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  • Pelosi is living in her own little Democratic bubble
Pelosi is living in her own little Democratic bubble

When pressed to give a name of who might fill that void, Rice said, "I look to a lot of my colleagues now". The Democratic Party does not have a clear economic message, and while social issues are important, it's the economy that will tie the party together nationally, Rep.

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  • SpaceX rocket carried 10 communications satellites into orbit from California
SpaceX rocket carried 10 communications satellites into orbit from California

The launch used a orbital-class booster which was recycled and landed safely on a "droneship" in the Pacific Ocean. The recent launches of the aerospace company is the second of the eight missions, the first launch wrapped up in January. The $3 billion project is a bid to upgrade the Virginia-based Iridium's global communications network. Some of...

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  • F-16 Thunderbird crashes, flips over at Dayton International Airport
F-16 Thunderbird crashes, flips over at Dayton International Airport

Officials decided the Thunderbirds would not perform Saturday at the Vectren Dayton Air Show. "Both teammates were extremely courageous during the extraction and we'd like to thank Wright-Patterson Crash and Recovery, Dayton International Fire Rescue, local police, medical personnel and team members on scene for their incredible recovery efforts"...

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  • Trump signs law to make VA more accountable for vets' care
Trump signs law to make VA more accountable for vets' care

There was " no context included " with the list of names of members of Congress that was found on Hodgkinson, said Federal Bureau of Investigation officials who declined to say what names were on the list or what political party affiliations.

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  • Faedo fabulous again, Florida beats TCU to go to CWS finals
Faedo fabulous again, Florida beats TCU to go to CWS finals

While I expect it to be a low scoring series, I predict the Tigers will win the 2017 National Championship in three games. A day before their teams were to meet for the first game of the College World Series finals, LSU coach Paul Mainieri and Florida coach Kevin O'Sullivan stood side-by-side and smiled for the cameras.

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  • Teen Girl Falls Off Ride At Six Flags, Somehow Is Barely Injured
Teen Girl Falls Off Ride At Six Flags, Somehow Is Barely Injured

I don't recall it being necessarily scary or risky, and indeed, and every ride inspected at Six Flags Great Escape passed its most 'recent state inspection (though nothing labeled "sky ride" appears in the list of rides actually inspected).

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  • Milwaukee ex-cop who fatally shot Sylville Smith found not guilty
Milwaukee ex-cop who fatally shot Sylville Smith found not guilty

Jurors on Wednesday found that Dominique Heaggan-Brown, who is also black, was justified when he shot 23-year-old Sylville Smith after a brief foot chase following a traffic stop August 13. Heaggan-Brown's attorney, Jonathan Smith , countered that his client was simply protecting his life and the life of his fellow officer. Were drugs not forc...

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  • Trump Says He Doesn't Want Poor People In Charge Of The Economy
Trump Says He Doesn't Want Poor People In Charge Of The Economy

President Donald Trump offered an explanation Wednesday for why he has one of the wealthiest Cabinets in history. "It's always terrific to be able to leave that Washington swamp and to spend time with the truly hard-working people, we call them American patriots, wonderful people", Trump told a crowd here at an event reminiscent of his campaign...

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