• Michelle Wolf Renews Hostilities With Sarah Huckabee Sanders
Michelle Wolf Renews Hostilities With Sarah Huckabee Sanders

When Meyers noted that some contested the controversial speech, Wolf said, " You give the best information you have at the time". "Then, showing the audience a photograph of Wolf walking into a party with her writers" staff following the Correspondents' Dinner, Meyers asked what her staff was chanting.

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  • Imam dies in S. Africa mosque attack, two others injured
Imam dies in S. Africa mosque attack, two others injured

Social activist Yusuf Abramjee said he had seen information being circulated online that the attacked mosque belonged to the Shia sect. Taliep said the MJC "strongly calls on the South African Police Services (SAPS) as well as ALL [sic] other relevant government structures to do the necessary criminal investigations" so that the criminals can can...

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  • Iran targets Israeli bases across Syrian frontier
Iran targets Israeli bases across Syrian frontier

It is a conflict that needs to be averted and the time to do it is now. "But it also revealed a weakness: Those rockets don't have any brains". Israel has conducted scores of strikes on Iran and its allies inside Syria , rarely acknowledging them publicly.

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  • Caught in US-Iran crossfire, India to work around curbs
Caught in US-Iran crossfire, India to work around curbs

India's statement came in the backdrop of the possibility of stricter sanctions on Iran by the US government. Asked whether the United States sanctions will hit the Chabahar port project, Kumar said it was too early to analyse and come up with conclusions about implications of USA withdrawal from the nuclear deal.

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  • McCain urges Senate to reject Central Intelligence Agency nomination
McCain urges Senate to reject Central Intelligence Agency nomination

Haspel, now the spy agency's acting director, told her Senate confirmation hearing she would not carry out any order from Trump she found morally objectionable, though she did not say she would refuse an order to use waterboarding, a form of simulated torture, to get answers from a terrorism suspect.

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  • Facebook ads sought to dupe Americans into following Russian accounts
Facebook ads sought to dupe Americans into following Russian accounts

Similarly, after the Dallas police shooting in July 2016, a Russian-controlled Facebook group called "Heart of Texas" - which grew to become the most popular Texas secessionist page on Facebook - posted an ad criticizing President Obama's visit to the state, which was then shared more than 18,000 times.

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  • Boeing CEO Downplays Impact of Trump Canceling Iran Licenses
Boeing CEO Downplays Impact of Trump Canceling Iran Licenses

The remarks came after US President Donald Trump on Tuesday announced that he was quitting the Iran nuclear agreement, officially called the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA). "As we have throughout this process, we'll continue to follow the U.S. Government's lead", he told reporters. "No new contracts are permitted" he said.

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  • Russian Federation calls for restraint from Iran, Israel after missile strikes
Russian Federation calls for restraint from Iran, Israel after missile strikes

Russia, which has strong relations with Iran, was a key broker in clinching the 2015 agreement created to stop Iran from building a nuclear bomb. Last month, commenting on possible delivery to Damascus of s-300, Minister of foreign Affairs of Russia Sergey Lavrov said that Moscow no longer has the moral obligation not to exercise it.

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  • Four children among seven dead in mass Western Australia tragedy
Four children among seven dead in mass Western Australia tragedy

Police are expected to remain at the residence for an extended period of time. Police sources have confirmed the deaths are a murder suicide. Upon arrival, 4 children and 3 adults were found deceased. It is understood the remains of seven people have been found in a house in the southwest West Australian town. Neighbour Rob Broun, who lived...

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  • Trump Rallies Indiana: It's A New Ball Game, We're Being Respected Again
Trump Rallies Indiana: It's A New Ball Game, We're Being Respected Again

Two days after IN wrapped up a divisive Republican Senate primary, the president praised a lengthy ticket of House and Senate candidates by name and predicted Democrats would dismantle his agenda if they regained control of Congress. "I'm Indiana's hired help in the Senate because I don't work for any president or any political party - I work for H...

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  • 104 year old Australian Scientist David Goodall ends his Life
104 year old Australian Scientist David Goodall ends his Life

He spent his last day touring the Basel University Botanical Gardens with three of his 12 grandchildren. In the U.S., OR led the way in legalizing assisted suicide . To the very end, David's mind was active and focussed. Goodall was an honorary research associate at Edith Cowan University in Perth, and was the editor-in-chief of the multi-volu...

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  • Police question Nigerian Yale student after falling asleep in common room
Police question Nigerian Yale student after falling asleep in common room

Though they had done nothing wrong, they were pulled from the tour by campus officers to be asked questions and have their pockets checked. Police apparently had difficulty confirming her identity because her name was misspelled in a student database, USA Today said.

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  • Trump Will Meet North Korea's Kim In Singapore In June
Trump Will Meet North Korea's Kim In Singapore In June

The family of Tony Kim thanked "all those" who worked for his return and also credited Trump for engaging directly with North Korea . He then reappeared alongside them as they grinned, shook palms with officers and flashed peace indicators to the ready press.

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  • 'Most Wanted' ISIS Commanders Captured in Cross-Border Sting Operation
'Most Wanted' ISIS Commanders Captured in Cross-Border Sting Operation

Their capture was the result of an elaborate intelligence operation run by Iraq and the U.S. Two Iraqi intelligence officials said those captured included four Iraqis and one Syrian whose responsibilities included governing the Islamic State's territory around Deir al-Zour, Syria , directing internal security and running the administrative bod...

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  • DOJ Aims To Prosecute '100 Percent' Of Illegal Border Crossings
DOJ Aims To Prosecute '100 Percent' Of Illegal Border Crossings

If you are smuggling a child, then we will prosecute you and that child will be separated from you as required by law. "We don't want to separate families but we don't want families to come to the border illegally and attempt to enter the country improperly", Sessions said .

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  • Met Gala 2018 Photos: 23 Best Dressed Dazzle
Met Gala 2018 Photos: 23 Best Dressed Dazzle

The Met Gala , the benefit event for the Metropolitan Museum of Art's Costume Institute, is considered the highlight of New York's social calendar, attracting fashion designers and stars from around the world. Blige, artist Maurizio Cattelan, and designers Alexander Wang, Olivier Rousteing and Riccardo Tisci. NEW YORK, N.Y. - MAY 07: Rihan...

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  • Meet the Eric Schneiderman replacement, Barbara Underwood
Meet the Eric Schneiderman replacement, Barbara Underwood

Later that day, Schneiderman released a second statement saying that the "serious allegations, which I strongly contest, have been made against me". The magazine talked to a fourth woman who accused Schneiderman but did not want to be identified in the article. "I have never engaged in non-consensual sex, which is I line I would not cross".

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  • The situation: Israel launched a missile strike on Syria
The situation: Israel launched a missile strike on Syria

Israel will counter Iran's actions in Syria, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu vowed on May 9 after talks with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Moscow. Israel has refused to confirm or deny that it was behind the attacks, though a senior official who briefed foreign journalists Sunday strongly suggested that it was.

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  • Police search for bodies in MI cold case
Police search for bodies in MI cold case

Dwyer did not give the titles of all their other missing ladies. Warren Police Commissioner Bill Dwyer said Tuesday there may be up to six bodies buried at what he referred to as the killer's "grave site", according to the Detroit Free Press .

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  • Trump Threatens To Revoke Media Credentials Over Fake News
Trump Threatens To Revoke Media Credentials Over Fake News

Trump previously threatened to end the practice of holding press briefings "for the sake of accuracy" in May 2017, as he faced criticism over his administration's misrepresentation of the decision to fire FBI James Comey. Conservatives have spent decades building a critique of mainstream news, lovingly compiling examples of biased or allegedly bi...

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  • Mormon Church to End 105-Year Relationship With Boy Scouts
Mormon Church to End 105-Year Relationship With Boy Scouts

The denomination's approximately 470,000 boys who participate in Scouting will be moved into a new program that the LDS Church is developing to replace the Boy Scouts. A year ago, the church said it would no longer participate in the Boy Scouts' programs for older teenagers, saying that in most of its USA and Canada congregations, "young men ages...

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  • Malaysian opposition unexpectedly wins national elections, ending decades-long Malay Party rule
Malaysian opposition unexpectedly wins national elections, ending decades-long Malay Party rule

It was a stunning triumph that nearly no one had predicted and ended the long hold on power of the Barisan Nasional (BN, National Front) coalition, which has ruled Malaysia since its birth as an independent country. He has denied wrongdoing. Shortly after his news conference, returns on the EC website began rapidly updating, with the opposition...

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  • Buffalo high school ranked best in Upstate New York, 17th in state
Buffalo high school ranked best in Upstate New York, 17th in state

Schools were ranked based on their performance on state-required tests and how well they prepared students for college. Among students taking AP classes, 85 percent passed at least one exam. However, just because so few Bay State schools made the upper echelon of the national list doesn't mean they're not doing well. "These rankings are another des...

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  • Hezbollah in shock election win, gets control of Lebanese parliament
Hezbollah in shock election win, gets control of Lebanese parliament

Hezbollah-backed Sunnis did well in Beirut, Tripoli and Sidon, strongholds of Hariri's Future Movement, the preliminary results showed. Lebanon's prime minister has to be a Sunni under its sectarian power sharing system. The next government, like the outgoing one, will likely be a unity government that incorporates Hariri's opponents from the S...

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  • Haspel faces Senate grilling over CIA's interrogation program
Haspel faces Senate grilling over CIA's interrogation program

During the hearing, a number of protesters interrupted Haspel's testimony and were removed from the committee room, yelling "no more torture" and "say no to Gina". In an sweeping accounts in 2014, the Intelligence Committee excoriated the bureau to get practices which it mentioned were substantially less effective compared to the C.I.A.

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  • President Trump That a Nobel Laureate? It's Really a Chance
President Trump That a Nobel Laureate? It's Really a Chance

At least 18 Republican members of Congress have nominated Trump for the prize, which was won by Barack Obama in 2009. One of Mr. Moon's predecessors, Kim Dae-jung, was awarded the 2000 prize in part for his work "for peace and reconciliation with North Korea in particular", but his counterpart, Mr.

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  • Juventus one point from Serie A title
Juventus one point from Serie A title

The match in Naples was marked by chants and banners in support of Sarri, who was criticized by club president Aurelio De Laurentiis last week. Napoli's hopes of denying Juventus the Serie A title are virtually over after they conceded a late equaliser at home to Torino .

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  • Washington without injured C Nicklas Backstrom for Game 6
Washington without injured C Nicklas Backstrom for Game 6

Want more in-depth features and expert analysis on the game you love? . Crosby patted Ovechkin in the chest several times as to say well done. Another chance for Ovechkin to improve his image, to wash away perception that he Can't Get Over the Hump, and isn't a victor, whatever those things mean.

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  • Mom and 2 children die after auto hits alligator on I-95
Mom and 2 children die after auto hits alligator on I-95

Monday when Stanley's automobile struck the alligator, stated Sean D. Fogle, the Chief Deputy Coroner with the Orangeburg County Coroner's Workplace. Last year Broward county mother of four, Jennifer Rosinski, made headlines when she survived flipping her auto several times after swerving to avoid hitting an alligator crossing northbound Intersta...

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  • Stormy Daniels' attorney accuses Trump's team of making up facts
Stormy Daniels' attorney accuses Trump's team of making up facts

He added: 'We have only scratched the surface in this case. Cohen then switched to his "burner phone" and jumped between conversations with a host of figures caught up in the always evolving scandals surrounding Trump's presidency, including Martin Short as Trump's eccentric ex-doctor Harold Bornstein.

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