• Trump Has Asked The Supreme Court To Revive The Travel Ban
Trump Has Asked The Supreme Court To Revive The Travel Ban

The Maryland order was upheld on May 25 by the 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Richmond, Virginia. Our first step will be to ask the Supreme Court to refuse to stay the Fourth Circuit's decision , which was supported by a large majority of the judges on the full court and is consistent with rulings from other courts across the nat...

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  • Americans Increasingly Think Their Health Care Will Get Worse
Americans Increasingly Think Their Health Care Will Get Worse

Trump. That's in part because the Republican plan eliminates the requirement that people have coverage, and it cuts back on tax credits and subsidies that help people pay for health care. That's even though premiums had been rising for years for just about everyone - most Americans don't buy health insurance on the ACA exchanges but get it through ...

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  • Departing champion Muguruza breaks down in tears
Departing champion Muguruza breaks down in tears

Mladenovic took the opener 6-1. While others home competitors at the French Open have struggled with the expectation on their shoulders at their home slam, Mladenovic has positively lapped it up, especially after having picked up the women's doubles title past year with former partner (and former friend) Caroline Garcia .

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  • Ariana Grande Performs 'One Last Time' at One Love Manchester
Ariana Grande Performs 'One Last Time' at One Love Manchester

Ariana was noticeably choking back tears as she thanked the crowd for joining her at Emirates Old Trafford tonight, proclaiming her love to her fans as she walked offstage. "What an fantastic thing we're doing tonight, would you agree", Bieber said. "God is in the midst no matter what's happening in the world, God is in the midst, and He loves y...

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  • Why can't the Afghan government protect Kabul?
Why can't the Afghan government protect Kabul?

The gruesome killings prompted an outpouring of sympathy and outrage from around the world. "We want our leaders to ensure security in the country and if they can't, they should resign". A powerful bomb hidden in a sewage tanker exploded in the morning rush hour in the centre of the Afghan capital on Wednesday, police said, killing at least 80 peop...

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  • Trump filed for an extension on his 2016 tax return
Trump filed for an extension on his 2016 tax return

President Trump has filed for an extension on his 2016 tax returns, according to multiple reports Saturday. Trump's taxes were an issue in the 2016 presidential campaign when he became the first candidate in four decades to decline to reveal his returns, citing an ongoing Internal Revenue Service audit.

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  • With Dems Focused On Russia, One GOP Congressman Turns To 'Unmasking'
With Dems Focused On Russia, One GOP Congressman Turns To 'Unmasking'

Those subpoenas were unusual because congressional committees typically request documents from government departments and only seek to compel them with subpoenas if they do not cooperate. "That hasn't happened yet, and I think that's a violation of the recusal by the chairman", Schiff said of his fellow Californian. Trey Gowdy, R-S.C., and Thomas...

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  • Steve Kerr will coach Warriors for Game 2 of NBA Finals
Steve Kerr will coach Warriors for Game 2 of NBA Finals

Before the game, Lue said it's good to have Kerr back on the sideline for the Finals. The Cavaliers defense far more active, and at points that forced a hurried Warriors team into turnovers. The 51-year-old Kerr underwent a procedure to fix a spinal fluid leak on May 5 at Duke University but was still experiencing debilitating symptoms such as pa...

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  • Former FBI Director Mueller to lead Trump-Russia probe
Former FBI Director Mueller to lead Trump-Russia probe

Comey's highly anticipated testimony, which will be slated after the Memorial Day congressional recess, comes after he was sacked by Trump May 9 amid a mounting investigation into Russian involvement in the 2016 election and possible ties between Trump campaign associates and that country.

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  • Ariana Grande performs at Manchester benefit concert
Ariana Grande performs at Manchester benefit concert

Mumford urged the crowd to "not be afraid". In this Sunday, June 4, 2017 , handout photo provided by Dave Hogan for One Love Manchester , singer Katy Perry , left, performs at the One Love Manchester tribute concert in Manchester , north western England, Sunday, June 4, 2017.

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  • Turkey summons USA ambassador over Washington clash
Turkey summons USA ambassador over Washington clash

The Turkish-Americans responded in self-defense and one of them was seriously injured . Two members of President Erdogan's security detail who were detained after the brawl were swiftly released after invoking diplomatic immunity; neither of the two arrests made so far were of people affiliated with the Turkish embassy.

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  • Comey preparing to testify before Senate about Trump conversations
Comey preparing to testify before Senate about Trump conversations

Or that the committee delegate to Mr. Conaway, with advice and consultation with myself. It was later disclosed that Nunes, a close ally to the president, secretly viewed the documents at the White House , after Trump made unsubstantiated claims that Obama ordered a wiretap of Trump Tower in NY in an attempt to quell suspicions that Russian Fe...

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  • Ex-Penn State Officials Get Jail Time For The Sandusky Scandal
Ex-Penn State Officials Get Jail Time For The Sandusky Scandal

The other two, the university's former vice president and athletic director, both received similar sentences with less time under house arrest. Former Penn State President Graham Spanier and former Vice President Gary Schultz will have to spend two months behind bars, while former athletic director Tim Curley will spend three months in ja...

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  • Accused Portland killer shows no remorse in court
Accused Portland killer shows no remorse in court

Christian yelled as he walked into the courtroom Tuesday: "Get out if you don't like free speech!" and " You call it terrorism; I call it patriotism". Forde told police he heard Christian say something about "decapitating heads". Court papers state that in the patrol auto, Christian confessed to the murders and said, "I can die a happy man", The...

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  • Former Penn State President Spanier gets jail time in Sandusky case
Former Penn State President Spanier gets jail time in Sandusky case

The sentences for former university president Graham Spanier , athletic director Tim Curley , and vice president Gary Schultz come six years after Sandusky's arrest. BELLEFONTE, PA - OCTOBER 09: Former Penn State assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky leaves the Centre County Courthouse after being sentenced in his child sex abuse case on Oc...

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  • Spanberger's home run lifts Arkansas over Oral Roberts, 4-3
Spanberger's home run lifts Arkansas over Oral Roberts, 4-3

ORU led early with the help of back-to-back home runs in the fourth inning by Noah Cummings and Brent Williams. On the mound, Oral Roberts used three pitchers, led by starter Josh McMinn. After Steinmetz led off the home half of the first with a long home run to right off Knight, Paulsen launched a two-run shot in the third to stake the Bears to a ...

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  • Spicer suggests Trump's 'covfefe' tweet was a secret message
Spicer suggests Trump's 'covfefe' tweet was a secret message

Trump didn't have to remove White House Communications Director Mike Dubke . "It has also been my distinct pleasure to work side-by-side, day-by-day with the staff of the communications and press departments". On Tuesday, Spicer declined to say if Trump has met with attorneys over representing him in a personal capacity. John McCain, who recen...

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  • DHS Secretary: US 'might' expand laptop ban to all worldwide flights
DHS Secretary: US 'might' expand laptop ban to all worldwide flights

Kelly made his remarks during the Memorial Day weekend, one of the busiest travel periods in the USA, and at a time when the bombing at a concert in Manchester, England, has raised concerns that further attacks - possibly involving explosives packed in electronic devices - might be planned.

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  • LSU hosting Rice for chance to advance to Super Regionals
LSU hosting Rice for chance to advance to Super Regionals

In the process, he became the first LSU player to hit four home runs in a regional since Zeph Zinsman in 2001. The Tigers outhit another choppy start, overpowering an aggressive, fired-up Southeastern club to move into the Baton Rouge Regional Finals by virtue of a 11-6 victory at Alex Box Stadium late Saturday night.

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  • Competing rallies in Portland following fatal stabbings
Competing rallies in Portland following fatal stabbings

Police used tear gas and flash bangs to clear the area, KATU-TV reported. At least three people have been arrested in a day of protests that drew thousands to the blocks around City Hall with competing messages. They said only the protesters at Chapman Square engaged in criminal behavior. Tensions were already running high a week after a ma...

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