• Pentagon knocks down long-range missile in test
Pentagon knocks down long-range missile in test

The interception took place as scheduled on Tuesday over the Pacific Ocean, when a rocket launched from the Vandenberg base destroyed an intercontinental missile launched from the Kwajalein Atoll in the Marshall Islands, Efe news reported. Even if successful, the $244 million test will not confirm the U.S.is capable of defending itself against an i...

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  • President Trump comes out in support of his son-in-law Jared Kushner
President Trump comes out in support of his son-in-law Jared Kushner

Cohen told ABC News that he has been asked by both House and Senate intelligence committees to provide information and testimony about the contacts he had with Russian officials. -Russian cooperation to end the Syrian civil war, but it could also have been used by Flynn, who would soon be named national security adviser, with military officials in ...

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  • Trump addresses explosion in Philippines
Trump addresses explosion in Philippines

Dela Rosa told reporters at the scene that the gunman stole gambling chips, shot an LED monitor and set ablaze gambling tables by pouring gasoline on them. The complex, opposite the Ninoy Aquino International Airport, includes four hotels, casinos, a shopping centre, cinemas, restaurants, clubs and a theatre.

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  • Trump pulling US from global climate pact, dismaying allies
Trump pulling US from global climate pact, dismaying allies

America's worldwide allies and Trump's domestic opponents lashed out Wednesday at media reports that he had made up his mind to pull Washington out of the global accord to curb carbon emissions - a move that would make the deal less effective.

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  • One dead, two missing after milling plant explosion in Wisconsin
One dead, two missing after milling plant explosion in Wisconsin

The building was leveled in the explosion. CAMBRIA , Wis. ( UPDATE ) - Columbia County Sheriff's have confirmed that one person has died in the Didion Milling plant explosion. She declined to disclose any of the patients' conditions. Police said one person was killed and two people were still missing as of Thursday morning.

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  • White House says it has granted 14 ethics waivers to staff
White House says it has granted 14 ethics waivers to staff

Trump's well-publicized effort to rid his transition team of lobbyists turned out to be mostly for show ; he stacked his Cabinet and federal agencies with people who had spent their careers in the industries they would be overseeing; he established a weekend White House in Mar-a-Lago, his private Palm Beach resort where paying members could happil...

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  • NEW THIS MORNING: 1 dead in Wisconsin explosion
NEW THIS MORNING: 1 dead in Wisconsin explosion

The sheriff's department and fire department were working with Didion Milling to determine what caused the blast. Twelve were transported to hospitals via ambulances and medical flights. The Associated Press is reporting that OSHA cited the plant six years ago, because workers were exposed to explosion and fire hazards. Mr Williams said: "Qui...

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  • Paris mayor says Trump climate withdrawal 'a mistake with fatal consequences'
Paris mayor says Trump climate withdrawal 'a mistake with fatal consequences'

Cohn, the Trump economic adviser, also said last week that the president's views were "evolving". We want to be there, we want to be providing solutions for the world. The president claimed Thursday that the agreement "disadvantages" the US and is "very unfair, at the highest level, to the United States". He called on cities and businesses to...

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  • Thursday: Even more heavy rain, storms
Thursday: Even more heavy rain, storms

A warm front approaches from the west Sunday with increasing clouds, much of the day should be dry, but it may end up raining by sunset, highs near 70, cooling afternoon. Unfortunately, that area of high pressure won't stick around for long. The good news is both long range models are holding down most of the rain/storms chance for Saturday and...

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  • U.S. to withdraw from Paris Climate Accord
U.S. to withdraw from Paris Climate Accord

Jay Inslee called Trump's decision a "shameful course of action" and vowed the state would continue to take action to reduce carbon emissions. "I'm willing to immediately work with Democratic leaders to either negotiate our way back into Paris under the terms that are fair to the United States and its workers, or to negotiate a new deal that pr...

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  • Man arrested at Trump hotel mentioned McVeigh in message
Man arrested at Trump hotel mentioned McVeigh in message

A man armed with a semi-automatic rifle was arrested in the early hours of Wednesday at Trump International Hotel in the U.S. capital, averting what police called a "potential disaster". In Moles' hotel room, investigators found a safe with 10,000 dollars inside and he told authorities that he had emptied his bank account "in order to live the ...

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  • GOP health plan gets low marks, heaping pressure on Senate
GOP health plan gets low marks, heaping pressure on Senate

Nearly half of the public, 49 percent, holds favorable views of the Affordable Care Act, while 42 percent have negative views, which are among the law's most positive ratings tracked in polls by the nonpartisan Kaiser Family Foundation in the years since the law's passage.

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  • Virginia student among 15 spellers remaining at National Spelling Bee
Virginia student among 15 spellers remaining at National Spelling Bee

Next school year, Maia will attend Bishop Gorman High School. After succeeding with "syllabus" in the first round, Ghouse, a seventh-grader at the Kenosha School of Technology Enhanced Curriculum, left the competition on "McMansion", a large, modern house considered over-sized or unoriginal, after spelling it "macmansion".

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  • Trump blasts at 'fake news' on son-in-law
Trump blasts at 'fake news' on son-in-law

Trump ". McCain's comments come two days after news broke that Kushner, a trusted aide to President Donald Trump and husband to Ivanka Trump , chatted with Russia's ambassador to the U.S. Kushner an eminent leader in the Trump Government and also his son in law is under scanner now with the reports that he had asked the Russian Ambassador fo...

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  • Trump to announce decision on Paris Accord on Thursday amid exit reports
Trump to announce decision on Paris Accord on Thursday amid exit reports

Mr Trump said on Wednesday he would make a decision "very soon". Every nation involved in the talks, except Syria and Nicaragua, signed onto the deal. Withdrawing would leave the U.S. as one of just three countries outside the agreement, with the other two being Syria and Nicaragua. President Donald Trump speaks to USA military troops and t...

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  • Man Accused In Portland Train Attack Tells Cops:
Man Accused In Portland Train Attack Tells Cops: "I'm Happy Now"

Jeremy Christian yelled as he walked into the courtroom Tuesday. It wasn't clear if he said something to draw Christian's attention, but he stood up as Christian began shouting at him. In court documents, prosecutors say Christian confessed while in the back seat of a patrol vehicle after his arrest. Instead, he shouted about free speech and p...

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  • White House Gives Its Read on Trump's Tweets
White House Gives Its Read on Trump's Tweets

No other White House staff changes have been announced , but reports say Trump is considering several moves in hopes of offering a better presentation to American voters. Dubke and his resignation from the White House. A senior administration official said Kushner was keeping his head down and focusing on work after the foreign trip.

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  • Florida police release dash cam footage of Tiger Woods' field sobriety test
Florida police release dash cam footage of Tiger Woods' field sobriety test

Before they start, Woods puts his right foot on the hood of the officer's vehicle, and spends some time tying his shoe. Woods swayed, rolled his eyes and closed them as police conducted field sobriety tests . "He's a member of our family, and we're going to do everything we can to help and support him". "We don't know if Tiger has a drug probl...

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  • Former FBI Director James Comey to testify in Senate June 8
Former FBI Director James Comey to testify in Senate June 8

While the former director will likely not provide the Senate Intelligence Committee with details about the FBI's investigation, CNN's source said he "appears eager" to discuss interactions with the president. The White House has denied Comey's account of the February meeting. Trump's difficulty in finding a Comey replacement parallel his ...

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  • Leading hurricane forecast increases predicted storm numbers
Leading hurricane forecast increases predicted storm numbers

Forecasters at NOAA are predicting 11 to 17 named storms with winds of 39 miles per hour or higher. The normal for any given season is for 12 named storms, 6 becoming hurricanes and 2 becoming major hurricanes that is from category three and above.

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