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Trump blasts NBC for technical glitch during Democratic debate

Trump blasts NBC for technical glitch during Democratic debate

As Todd tried to ask Sen. Elizabeth Warren about gun control in the United States. Todd and Maddow, too, took the problem in stride and again asked for the control room to turn off the errant microp...

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PNG wants Australia to axe controversial $423m Manus Island contract

PNG wants Australia to axe controversial $423m Manus Island contract

Paladin's contract - which now works out at a cost of at least $1,600 per day for each refugee and asylum seeker, not including food or medical care - is due to expire next week, and the Department of...

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Utah Student Disappears Mackenzie Lueck After Taking Lyft From Airport

Utah Student Disappears Mackenzie Lueck After Taking Lyft From Airport

The Lyft driver, who did not deviate from the prescribed route before dropping Lueck off, handled several rides soon after and has been ruled out as having any involvement in her disappearance, acco...

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Australian student arrested in North Korea, reports say

Mr Sigley, who has been a resident of Pyongyang since early 2018 and who is believed to be the only Australian living in the hermit kingdom, studies contemporary North Korean literature and has writte...

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'Do or die' Brexit could destroy govt, warns PM hopeful Hunt

'Do or die' Brexit could destroy govt, warns PM hopeful Hunt

Asked whether the picture was actually much older, Mr Johnson repeatedly refused to comment on its "antiquity or provenance" and said the persistent line of questioning was "farcical". "If we do it in...

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Eric Trump Allegedly Spat Upon by Chicago Restaurant Employee

Eric Trump Allegedly Spat Upon by Chicago Restaurant Employee

The incident happened at The Aviary at Chicago's Fulton Market and the employee has since been placed on leave by the bar. Following the incident, the Chicago Police Department confirmed that they...

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Man reportedly dies after getting sick during Dominican Republic trip

He was transferred to a hospital in Santo Domingo, where he unfortunately suffered from cardiorespiratory arrest and died. Over the weekend, when he attempted to fly back to the United States, he wa...

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American Airlines CEO talks Boeing 737 Max

American Airlines CEO talks Boeing 737 Max

A total of 346 people died in the two disasters. The legal action was joined by over 400 fellow pilots, trained to fly the fourth-generation narrow-body 737 MAX aircraft. The main problem with the j...

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Reddit restricts pro-Trump community because of threats

Reddit restricts pro-Trump community because of threats

The quarantine does not block or delete the forum but requires visitors to see a warning message and to explicitly opt-in to view it. Back at Reddit, the thread the company punished describes itse...

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Democrats reveal divisions on healthcare during first presidential debate

Democrats reveal divisions on healthcare during first presidential debate

That gives Warren a chance to stay above the fray of the debate with nine other candidates sharing the debate stage with her in Miami, all of whom have been been drawing 3 per cent or less in several ...

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House Oversight Authorizes Subpoena for Kellyanne Conway Over the Hatch Act

House Oversight Authorizes Subpoena for Kellyanne Conway Over the Hatch Act

Jordan spoke right after and said, "This is one more example of the Democrats' obsession with going after this president". The committee was following up on charges by the Office of Special Counsel ...

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Saudi Arabia vows to help S. Korea if oil supply disrupted

Saudi Arabia vows to help S. Korea if oil supply disrupted

Security Council resolutions and sanctions. He told the North's official KCNA news agency: "This is a manifestation of the most extreme hostile acts by the US". Both Trump and Kim have said they'd b...

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Wide extreme heatwave has people, animals trying to keep cool

Wide extreme heatwave has people, animals trying to keep cool

Germany recorded its highest-ever June temperature on Wednesday, as much of continental Europe contends with a major heat wave . The previous highest temperature for this month was 38.5 degrees in ...

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Interview with Trump accuser cut short over freaky rape remark

Interview with Trump accuser cut short over freaky rape remark

Many other Republican senators questioned by CNN in the Capitol said they were unaware of the allegations revealed in a book by Carroll and first made public by a New York Magazine story of the ...

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The Wayfair Walkout Is On: Employees Plan to Leave Work Wednesday Afternoon

The Wayfair Walkout Is On: Employees Plan to Leave Work Wednesday Afternoon

The Boston Globe reported that it spoke with an employee who told the paper Wayfair employees learned last week that a government contractor that manages migrant camps, BCFS , placed a $200,000 o...

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Oregon State Senators Go Into Hiding to Block Climate Bill

Oregon State Senators Go Into Hiding to Block Climate Bill

Oregon State Police say the agency has been in contact with several Republican senators but has not disclosed any details. As of Monday, there was still no compromise though OR lawmakers began commu...

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Donald Trump Rips Twitter, Facebook, Google Again As Tech Execs Face Congress

Donald Trump Rips Twitter, Facebook, Google Again As Tech Execs Face Congress

This led to Trump complaining that Twitter is "terrible" and they "make it very hard for people to join me in Twitter, and they make it very much harder for me to get out the message". According to ...

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Rio Grande Migrant Deaths: El Salvador President Vows to Help Family

Rio Grande Migrant Deaths: El Salvador President Vows to Help Family

So they go to the river Rio Grande and without a lifejacket, which could protect their lives. Martinez sat down his daughter on the United States side of the river and doubled back for his wife,...

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China trade war: Trump threatens additional tariffs if deal can not be made

China trade war: Trump threatens additional tariffs if deal can not be made

The two leaders are to meet at the G20 summit in Japan on June 29. No detailed trade deal is expected from the leaders' summit, a senior USA administration official said Tuesday. But the April U.S. tr...

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FAA says new potential risk identified on Boeing 737 MAX jets

FAA says new potential risk identified on Boeing 737 MAX jets

Boeing 737 aircraft have been involved in two of the biggest airline tragedies in recent times - the Ethiopian Airlines crash that killed 157 people earlier this year and the Indonesian airline Lion A...

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Fire at multi-family building kills 6, including 4 children: Coroner

Fire at multi-family building kills 6, including 4 children: Coroner

This morning, June 25, 2019, at 06:23, the Langlade County Sheriff's Office was alerted to a fully involved fire of a multi family dwelling on CTH DD in the Township of Ainsworth better known as Picke...

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NJ mom beaten unconscious by school bully who threatened her son: prosecutors

NJ mom beaten unconscious by school bully who threatened her son: prosecutors

Three boys trailed behind - and he recognized them. "He say, 'Mom, the kids follow us", she said. When the 35-year-old mother tried to step in, the teen hit her and "threw her to the ground", caus...

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Trump Set To Meet One-On-One With 8 World Leaders At G-20

Trump Set To Meet One-On-One With 8 World Leaders At G-20

The official described the president's meeting with Mr Putin as "a normal event that happens at these" summits. This would be the first meeting between Modi and Trump after the recent general electi...

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Protesters urge discussion of Hong Kong issues at G-20

Protesters urge discussion of Hong Kong issues at G-20

Despite the post being deleted, Nike chose to stop sales to avoid any controversy regarding political protests in Hong Kong. "This is the first time so many march to so many consulates to express a si...

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World War II bomb blasts crater in German field

World War II bomb blasts crater in German field

Something seemed to have exploded, large enough to feel like an natural disaster, and a massive crater in a cornfield was all that remained. A Second World War bomb has exploded in a field near Limb...

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Pelosi Told Trump That He Was 'Scaring The Children Of America'

Pelosi Told Trump That He Was 'Scaring The Children Of America'

Pelosi, D-Calif., said the threatened raids were "appalling" when she was asked about them at an immigration event Monday in Queens, N.Y. Democratic Rep. "The Border Patrol stations, they were...

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Wladimir Klitschko rescued from yacht after fire

Wladimir Klitschko rescued from yacht after fire

Palma's Maritime Rescue spokesman Miguel Chicon told CNN the incident occurred at around 2am on Monday with the yacht's crew asking for urgent assistance. Since his final fight - a knockout defeat ...

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China suspends import of all Canadian meat effective immediately

China suspends import of all Canadian meat effective immediately

Canadian reactions to the announcement have ranged from regret to outrage, sprinkled with speculation that Beijing's move might be related to the ongoing legal drama of Meng Wanzhou, the chief financi...

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Trump Says He Sent North Korean Leader ‘Very Friendly Letter’

Trump Says He Sent North Korean Leader ‘Very Friendly Letter’

Trump and Kim exchanged letters in 2018 after a summit in Singapore to discuss the nuclear issue. Trump abruptly walked out at the time and said he was unwilling to agree to Kim's terms of lifting...

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Ethiopian leader sobs at service for murdered military chief

Ethiopian leader sobs at service for murdered military chief

The Prime Minister has made sweeping changes to the politics of the fast-growing African nation since taking office in April a year ago, transforming relations with neighbouring Eritrea, and making ...

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‘Urgent’ need for global probe on Khashoggi killing, says fiancee

‘Urgent’ need for global probe on Khashoggi killing, says fiancee

Hatice Cengiz, a Turkish citizen, says she hasn't gotten over the October 2 killing of the Washington Post columnist at the Saudi consulate in Istanbul. Riyadh offered various, conflicting narrative...

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Woman’s surprising first words after dying for 27 minutes

Woman’s surprising first words after dying for 27 minutes

Madie Johnson explained the design inked on her wrist was a tribute to her aunty Tina Hines , who a year ago suddenly went into cardiac arrest and was dead for 27 minutes before being revived. The...

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Singapore: Flight operations at Changi airport disrupted due to unauthorised drone activities

Singapore: Flight operations at Changi airport disrupted due to unauthorised drone activities

Nowadays, these incidents have become common due to the widespread use of drones around the globe. "As a precautionary measure, arrival and departure flights were carefully regulated for short perio...

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Malaysia shuts more than 400 schools after chemical pollution sickens kids

Malaysia shuts more than 400 schools after chemical pollution sickens kids

The latest incident is not believed to be linked to the first. Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad vowed to get tough with those responsible. "This is rather unfortunate.it seems like there are factorie...

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Driver pleads not guilty in wreck that killed 7 motorcyclists

Driver pleads not guilty in wreck that killed 7 motorcyclists

A witness told police that he was revving his truck engine and jumping around outside the vehicle May 11 outside Walmart in East Windsor, Connecticut, the report says. He was placed on probation for o...

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