• English wedding: Pippa Middleton marries as royals look on
English wedding: Pippa Middleton marries as royals look on

Prince William and Prince Harry, decked out in formal morning suits , seemed relaxed as they strolled into the church and were greeted by the groom's well-known brother, Spencer Matthews, a star on the TV show " Made in Chelsea ". Meghan attended the wedding of Pippa Middleton with Prince Harry , and such a high profile event comes with its own...

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  • Chris Christie Warned Trump Against Hiring Michael Flynn Last Fall
Chris Christie Warned Trump Against Hiring Michael Flynn Last Fall

Gov. Chris Christie touted New Jersey employment gains on Monday during a Statehouse news conference at which he also warned voters to choose his successor carefully or risk undoing the economic progress made during his almost eight-year tenure.

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  • Senate confirms Branstad as Ambassador to China
Senate confirms Branstad as Ambassador to China

Republicans and Democrats have praised Branstad's Midwestern pragmatism. Sen. Branstad is the country's longest-serving governor and has been on several trade missions to China over the years. The fact is, he's been an ambassador for Iowa to the nation and to world for his entire career. Branstad said he and his wife plan to maintain their home...

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  • Coast Guard helps 5 in vessel taking on water near Carolina Beach
Coast Guard helps 5 in vessel taking on water near Carolina Beach

A Coast Guard search that began Saturday and involved crews aboard a helicopter, a twin-engine fixed-wing aircraft, and a 45-foot boat has been called off. The Coast Guard searched for the man overnight until his body was discovered on the beach. "You need to be aware that this is a big body of water out here, and we want people to be safe".

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  • Chaffetz expects to talk with Comey tomorrow
Chaffetz expects to talk with Comey tomorrow

Ex-FBI Director James Comey will speak to the special counsel overseeing the probe into Russian meddling in the 2016 election before testifying publicly on the events that led to his ouster, a top House Republican said Monday. Representative Elijah Cummings said Donald Trump's former National Security Adviser told the investigators during an early ...

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  • Nice and mild Sunday before another round of storms moves in Monday
Nice and mild Sunday before another round of storms moves in Monday

Highs tomorrow will be in the 50s and 60s. West wind 7 to 10 miles per hour. Tonight , showers are expected, mainly after 1 a.m. TUESDAY: Partly Cloudy, Milder, High: 71, Low: 55. Thursday Night . Mostly clear, with a low around 57. Along the North Carolina coast for Memorial Day weekend, expect mostly sunny skies with temperatures nea...

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  • WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange still fears arrest
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange still fears arrest

Assange's lawyer Melinda Taylor told the Guardian: "I can't say [Assange] will stay in [the Ecuadorian embassy] indefinitely, but I would hope that [events] won't force him to do so". British officials said they do not comment on individual extradition cases. He has always denied the claims, which he feared would see him extradited to the Unite...

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  • US extends Iran nuke sanctions relief, adds other sanctions
US extends Iran nuke sanctions relief, adds other sanctions

Iran Foreign Ministry spokesman Bahram Qasemi was quoted as saying."Iran condemns United State's unacceptable ill will in its effort to undermine the positive outcome of Tehran's commitment to implement the nuclear deal by adding individuals to its list of unilateral and illegal sanctions".

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  • Canadian woman's cutout of Spicer in bush gets attention
Canadian woman's cutout of Spicer in bush gets attention

The New York Times reported last week that Trump had mentioned Guilfoyle to allies as a possible press secretary, though Trump had previously praised him as getting "great ratings". And after being "M.I.A." last week during the breaking news regarding the firing of former FBI Director James Comey , it seems like Spicer might be the first to l...

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  • Indonesian gay couple sentenced to caning
Indonesian gay couple sentenced to caning

Human Rights Watch said in April that public caning would constitute torture under global law. Khairil Jamal, the lead judge, said that "the court has proven that the defendants without doubt are legally guilty of committing sodomy". Aceh has faced mounting criticism for its canings, with images of women collapsing as they are publicly flogged d...

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  • Trump threatens Comey: 'Better hope' there are no tapes of our conversations
Trump threatens Comey: 'Better hope' there are no tapes of our conversations

With growing evidence that Mr. Trump and his aides were working with the Russians to infect America's democratic process, we believe President Trump's latest actions are an attempt to quash the Federal Bureau of Investigation probe by firing Mr.

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  • Imam Khomeini's Grandson Calls on Iranians to Back Rouhani
Imam Khomeini's Grandson Calls on Iranians to Back Rouhani

While Raisi has vowed to respect the 2015 nuclear deal that Rouhani secured to end Iran's economic isolation, a government led by him would likely alarm global investors considering doing business in the Islamic Republic. Qalibaf pulled in 4 million votes in the first round of balloting in 2005 and over 6 million in 2013. In the wake of Qalibaf...

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  • Trump doesn't plan to use Israel trip to announce embassy move
Trump doesn't plan to use Israel trip to announce embassy move

At the briefing, Gen. McMaster was asked twice whether the Trump Administration recognizes the Western Wall of the Temple Mount (the holiest site in Judaism) as part of Israel. The Trump administration reportedly will not be moving the U.S. Embassy to Jerusalem from Tel Aviv for now. The Times of Israel reported that the unnamed official to...

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  • Armed men stormed state Radio, Television building in Jalalabad, Afghanistan
Armed men stormed state Radio, Television building in Jalalabad, Afghanistan

One was a suicide bomber who blew himself up and three were killed by security forces while the fifth was arrested. So-called Islamic State has claimed the attack, which is near an IS stronghold on the eastern border with Pakistan. Last month the USA military dropped its largest non- nuclear bomb in Nangarhar, killing dozens of IS militants. Both...

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  • Trump shared secret info about IS with Russians
Trump shared secret info about IS with Russians

He called Trump's remarks "wholly appropriate". Trump said on Twitter on Tuesday he had an "absolute right" to share facts with Russian Federation so that it can be more active in fighting Islamic State militants. McMcaster does not actually deny the core of the initial report in The Washington Post: that President Trump conveyed classified ...

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  • France's new president moves quickly on first full day in office
France's new president moves quickly on first full day in office

Alexis Kohler, 44, who served as Macron's chief of staff during his stint as economy minister, was appointed on Sunday to the powerful post of secretary general of the Elysee palace, while former ambassador Philippe Etienne was named as his top foreign policy advisor.

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  • North Korea Launches Missile, Trump Speculates On Russia Response
North Korea Launches Missile, Trump Speculates On Russia Response

A series of North Korean missile tests this year has sparked worldwide alarm and raised tensions with the U.S. He also ordered the military to speed up the establishment of South Korea's KAMD missile defence system. Abe said, "Japan is closely cooperating with the USA and South Korea and analyzing the situation as we firmly respond to the develop...

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  • Iran's reformist ex-president Khatami says re-elect Rouhani
Iran's reformist ex-president Khatami says re-elect Rouhani

In Friday's debate, Tehran's mayor and presidential candidate Mohammad Bagher Qalibaf said that Rouhani and candidate Eshaq Jahangiri received "highly subsidized" properties from the government. "The people of Iran will announce in this election that they don't accept those who only knew executions and prison for 38 years", said Rouhani at the ...

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  • Will Power dominates in IndyCar Grand Prix victory
Will Power dominates in IndyCar Grand Prix victory

Tell us what you thought of the 2017 INDYCAR Grand Prix from the road course at Indianapolis Motor Speedway . The milestone victory pushed the 36-year-old Power ahead of current teammate Helio Castroneves and retired Team Penske legend Rick Mears for sole possession of 11th place on the all-time list.

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  • Appalachia's approach to drugs at odds with AG policy
Appalachia's approach to drugs at odds with AG policy

It has always been expected from Sessions, a former federal prosecutor who cut his teeth during the height of the crack cocaine epidemic and who has promised to make combating violence and drugs the Justice Department's top priority. Those rules limit a judge's discretion and are typically dictated, for example, by the quantity of drugs involved in...

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  • Multiple shark sightings off southern California coast
Multiple shark sightings off southern California coast

Shark sightings are not uncommon in California, but attacks are rare. Young sharks have been drawn to the coastline due to the warm waters and abundant food supply, the LA Times reported . Her. "Recent victories in restricting shark fishing and regulating the fin trade are essential to prevent extinction of many shark species", Schmidt said, "bu...

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  • Trump launches commission to investigate voter fraud
Trump launches commission to investigate voter fraud

Look forward to seeing final results of VoteStand. He has long argued that illegal voting, especially by noncitizens, is rampant. We must do better! We need a little more time . Election integrity watchdogs applauded the move and noted that the scale of fraud and error has always been hard to gauge. Zero evidence of fraud. What they're really an...

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  • Gaza's Hamas Announces Arrest of Military Commander's Killer
Gaza's Hamas Announces Arrest of Military Commander's Killer

In March this year, the Hamas militant was shot in the head four times at the entrance of his home in Gaza City, allegedly with a silenced gun. Faqha, who was in charge of planning attacks against Israelis from the West Bank, was killed in his home in March, and since then Hamas has said Israel was behind the assassination.

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  • Korea's Moon to send delegation to China amid frayed ties
Korea's Moon to send delegation to China amid frayed ties

During Thursday's call, Xi reaffirmed China's opposition to the THAAD deployment, Moon's office said. The TV programme also accused the U.S. of speeding up the deployment before the conservative government in South Korea handed over power.

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  • Donald Trump Gives A Typically Bullshit Answer About Firing James Comey!
Donald Trump Gives A Typically Bullshit Answer About Firing James Comey!

You take a look at the Federal Bureau of Investigation a year ago - it was in virtual turmoil, less than a year ago. Burr added that the goal of the meeting was to establish "a way forward" between the Department of Justice and the Intelligence committee, which is also investigating Russia's interference in the 2016 election.

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