• Kellyanne Conway Says Media Should Stop Covering Donald Trump's Tweets
Kellyanne Conway Says Media Should Stop Covering Donald Trump's Tweets

Conway made the remarks while speaking with Craig Melvin and Savannah Guthrie , the latter of whom asked whether Trump owed London Mayor Sadiq Khan an apology for his reaction to Saturday's terror attack that killed seven people and wounded almost 50 at the London Bridge and Borough Market.

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  • Air Arabia cuts flights between Sharjah and Doha from Tuesday
Air Arabia cuts flights between Sharjah and Doha from Tuesday

Qatar has yet to comment on the growing crisis. According to the news agency Reuters also Saudi Arabian Airlines (Saudia) canceled all flights to Doha , Qatar. Three major airlines - Etihad, Emirates, and budget carrier FlyDubai - have already announced they are indefinitely suspending flights to and from Doha , starting on Tuesday.

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  • Lewandowski To Republicans: Get On Trump Train or Lose Next Election
Lewandowski To Republicans: Get On Trump Train or Lose Next Election

Democrats complained that the measure failed to address critical needs even when the money was available to meet them. As expected in today's partisan environment, the majority of Republicans, or 67 percent, have a favorable view of their party's plan compared to the ACA (12 percent), the poll found.

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  • 61 mayors adopt Paris climate accord after U.S. pulls out
61 mayors adopt Paris climate accord after U.S. pulls out

Speaking at a ceremony in the White House Rose Garden on Thursday, Trump said he was withdrawing the USA from the Paris Climate Agreement . The Paris Agreement , which went into effect November 4, 2016, and now has 147 signatories, would have big impacts on global temperatures, climate scientists have said.

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  • Adam Burniston's Forecast | Showers and thunderstorms moving through
Adam Burniston's Forecast | Showers and thunderstorms moving through

Beyond that, a ridge of high pressure will allow warm temperatures and mostly sunny skies to prevail through the end of the week. Lows will dip into the mid 50s with winds out of the north at 5 to 10 miles per hour. Highs in the lower 80s. Sunday again with the weak frontal boundary nearby the chance of storms are possible in the afternoon and ...

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  • Billionaire Bloomberg pledges $15 million to UN for climate change
Billionaire Bloomberg pledges $15 million to UN for climate change

Trump pulled out of the agreement which former President Barack Obama and a host of other countries signed in 2015. "Because this is not only the right thing to do, it is the smart thing to do, and those that will be betting on the implementation of the Paris Agreement , on the green economy , will be the ones that have a leading role in the ...

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  • Topeka weather for Monday, June 5, 2017: Highs around 90 today
Topeka weather for Monday, June 5, 2017: Highs around 90 today

Skies will be cloudy with a high temperature near 83 degrees. Northwest wind 8 to 16 miles per hour. Tuesday night: Mostly clear with a low around 62. Saturday: Mostly sunny, with a high near 87. Wednesday's high is expected to reach 80 degrees. Friday - A chance of showers and thunderstorms.

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  • Trump shouldn't have withdrawn from Paris Climate Accord: Putin
Trump shouldn't have withdrawn from Paris Climate Accord: Putin

There was a mix of dismay and anger across the world. Godby noted that the withdrawal from the agreement shouldn't come as a surprise in light of Trump's previous promises of putting "America first". Before the end of the day today, leaders from the two governments will release a document upping the ante on their mutual cooperation. Yesterday, ...

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  • Ariana Grande leads 'night of love' at Manchester benefit concert
Ariana Grande leads 'night of love' at Manchester benefit concert

The emotional performance was met with adoration from fans watching online, who showered Ariana with praise for her strength and courage. Less than 24 hours after a deadly terror attack in the heart of London a benefit concert by Ariana Grande and other pop stars went on as planned Sunday night in Manchester, the United Kingdom city still reco...

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  • Britain Opts Against Raising Threat Level After London Attack
Britain Opts Against Raising Threat Level After London Attack

The head of the SITE intelligence group says the terror group claimed its fighters carried out the attack. "We cannot and must not pretend that things can continue as they are", May said, adding that Britain was under attack from a new breed of crude copycat militants.

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  • Multiple fatalities reported after shooting at Orlando business
Multiple fatalities reported after shooting at Orlando business

Orange County Sheriff's Office said it responded to a shooting in the area and the scene has been "stabilized". Authorities closed off a section of Forsyth Road at Hanging Moss Road as the investigation continued.

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  • May denies Trump 'subservience' over climate deal
May denies Trump 'subservience' over climate deal

Mr Trump sparked dismay and anger among world leaders by withdrawing from the agreement to cut greenhouse gases . "Even though this administration keeps saying that climate action is somehow bad for the economy, most USA companies don't agree with that assessment.

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  • GOP senator says Trump served with info out
GOP senator says Trump served with info out

Comey , ousted last month amid the FBI investigation into possible Trump campaign ties to Russian Federation, is set to testify Thursday before the Senate intelligence committee. There's also some chance Comey won't testify at all. Two administration officials, speaking on condition of anonymity, have said Trump is leaning against invokin...

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  • Portland rally, counter protests draw thousands
Portland rally, counter protests draw thousands

The free speech rally, sponsored by a group named Patriot Prayer, came days after two people were stabbed to death in Portland as they attempted to protect two girls, one of whom was wearing a hijab, from what police called hate speech by murder suspect Jeremy Christian.

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  • Canadian man mows lawn with tornado behind him
Canadian man mows lawn with tornado behind him

All signs point toward this being a real image. She initially snapped the image to share with family, but of course, the Internet has picked up on Theunis' hardcore devotion to his duties. Wessels said she was woken by daughter who was upset that there was something like a tornado in the sky, but her father wouldn't come inside. Watching from h...

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  • Dufner wins Memorial after roller coaster weekend — Sunday's roundup
Dufner wins Memorial after roller coaster weekend — Sunday's roundup

He finished at 11-under after having managed par over each of the final four holes to finish with a round of 70. "You know, a lot of times for me the ball-striking is what I have to do well, and that's kind of what I did on the back nine", Dufner said, self-diagnosing.

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  • Harvard rescinds acceptances over offensive meme group
Harvard rescinds acceptances over offensive meme group

But according to the Harvard Crimson article, written by Harvard student Hannah Natanson , representatives from the admissions office emailed the implicated students asking them to disclose every picture they sent in the group. Cassandra Luca, a member of the original non-provocative meme group, said creators of the "dark" group asked other stud...

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  • NBA Finals Cavs try to adjust on both ends after drubbing
NBA Finals Cavs try to adjust on both ends after drubbing

It was only the second time in playoff history that rivals managed triple doubles in the same game, the other in 1970 by New York's Walt Frazier and Milwaukee's Lew Alcindor, later known as Kareem Abdul-Jabbar. So we got to be much better too". But without Irving putting up the kind of numbers he did previous year, the Cavs might not have a c...

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  • Jury Selection Begins in Philando Castile Trial
Jury Selection Begins in Philando Castile Trial

The evidence in Yanez's case is different, but a common theme in the prosecution of officers nationwide is that jurors are reluctant to punish officers for doing a unsafe job, said local law professor Joseph Daly, who has arbitrated police firings and discipline cases across the country.

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  • GOP legislative agenda incomplete, lags as Congress returns
GOP legislative agenda incomplete, lags as Congress returns

That law said gun owners could bring their concealed weapons into public buildings that don't have "adequate" security such as guards and metal detectors, but it gave universities, public hospitals and other health care facilities four years to comply.

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