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Johnson told Members of Parliament. May with several recent opinion polls showing up to 71 per cent of voters disapprove of how she is handling Brexit. A dozen Tory MPs were so angry they voted with the opposition Labour Party in a bid to scupper the modified version. It falls eight short of the 48 needed to trigger a vote.
  • It will be the most surreal US-Russia summit in history

    It will be the most surreal US-Russia summit in history

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    In Montana this month, Trump scoffed at the idea Putin was an enemy dedicated to zero-sum combat with the United States. Lindsey Graham of SC called the summit a "missed opportunity by President Trump to firmly hold Russian Federation accountable for 2016 meddling and deliver a strong warning regarding future elections".
  • Helsinki Theatrics: Trump meets Putin

    Helsinki Theatrics: Trump meets Putin

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    Trump did not criticize Russia's support for Syrian leader Bashar Assad , whom the USA has called on to step down. "People came to me, Dan Coats came to me, and some others - they said they think it's Russia ", Trump said . "We're all to blame", Trump said. "I don't want to insult President Trump when I say this - and I may come as rude - but before he announced that he will run for presidency, he was of no interest for us".
  • Secret Service agent dies after stroke at Turnberry resort

    Secret Service agent dies after stroke at Turnberry resort

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    Before the meeting between Trump and Putin gets underway on Monday, the American president enjoyed a few rounds of golf on Saturday and Sunday, surrounded by protesters, police on horseback, and snipers. "But I believe that it's appropriate that we give a formal welcome to a head of state of the United States of America, the duly elected president, whoever that person is and whether we agree or not with their views or policies.
  • Judge orders alleged Russian agent to remain in custody

    Judge orders alleged Russian agent to remain in custody

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    An FBI affidavit submitted along with a criminal complaint against Butina last week said she and US Person 1 worked together to arrange introductions to other Americans who are influential in US politics, "including an organization promoting gun rights ...
  • Trump Wants to Repaint Air Force One 'Red, White and Blue'

    Trump Wants to Repaint Air Force One 'Red, White and Blue'

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    Air Force One has featured the blue-and-white color scheme since the administration of president John F. Kennedy. Kennedy's baby blue: The next version of Air Force One will be painted in the colors of the American flag, according to President Donald Trump .
  • Trump is an American patriot: Turnbull

    Trump is an American patriot: Turnbull

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    Hannity asked. Trump replied, "I think it was great today, but I think it was really bad five hours ago". John McCain of Arizona issued one of the harshest statements, saying, "No prior president has ever abased himself more abjectly before a tyrant".
  • Trump Wins Sympathy From Russian Media Ahead Of Summit

    Trump Wins Sympathy From Russian Media Ahead Of Summit

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    Putin noted that Russia would expect the U.S.to return the favor and cooperate in the Russian probe against William Browder, a British investor charged in financial crimes in Russia. In a tweet, former Central Intelligence Agency director John Brennan described the President's performance in the press conference as "nothing short of treasonous", and his comments as "imbecilic".
  • Manhunt underway for possible 'serial killer' in Houston

    Manhunt underway for possible 'serial killer' in Houston

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    Deputies said they also found a pistol inside the auto. The Houston police chief expressed frustration during the conference with the low bonds, if any, that were being ordered for violent criminals who violate paroles in the Houston area and across Texas.
  • President Trump Blames Mueller Probe for Torn Relations with Russian Federation

    President Trump Blames Mueller Probe for Torn Relations with Russian Federation

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    Despite a Department of Justice indictment of 12 Russian intelligence officers last week, Trump did not condemn any alleged Russian action during the press briefing. "North Atlantic Treaty Organisation has never been more together", he said at a breakfast meeting with the Finnish President Sauli Niinisto. The entire USA intelligence community determined months ago that Moscow attempted to interfere.
  • Donald Trump Says America's 'Biggest Foe' Is the European Union

    Donald Trump Says America's 'Biggest Foe' Is the European Union

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    Russian Federation has no extradition treaty with the United States, however. Mr. Trump also said he may ask Putin to extradite the Russians indicted last week for their roles in hacking DNC servers during the 2016 election, but shifted most of the blame for the hack onto the Democrats and President Obama.
  • Trump backtracks, says he misspoke on Russian election tampering

    Trump backtracks, says he misspoke on Russian election tampering

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    Trump was the subject of bipartisan backlash in recent days after he declined to accept the findings of his intelligence agencies that Russian Federation meddled in the 2016 election during a press conference with Putin. The president's comments were unlikely to satisfy his critics in both parties. Meanwhile, the chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, Tennessee Republican Bob Corker , told reporters he expects Secretary of State Mike Pompeo to testify on Russian Federation ...
  • Trump and Putin to hold first summit talks

    Trump and Putin to hold first summit talks

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    When the summit finally began, Trump had a very different approach. Mr. Trump heads to Helsinki on Sunday ahead of his meeting with Putin on Monday. Rep. Trey Gowdy (R-S.C.), who chairs the House Oversight Committee, said Trump should demand that the dozen Russian officials as well as the 13 Russian nationals already indicted by Mueller be brought to the U.S.
  • Trump says 'big results will come' with Putin

    Trump says 'big results will come' with Putin

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    But the epicenter of the danger for Trump lies in the capacity of the Putin controversy to damage him with loyalists. Pomeranz said Trump had done himself political damage by suggesting both sides were to blame for the Russian Federation probe that has hurt USA relations with Moscow - just as Trump did when he blamed both sides when responding to violent white supremacist protests in Charlottesville, Virginia.
  • News Brexit talks restart without key ministers in Brussels By Irene Kostaki

    News Brexit talks restart without key ministers in Brussels By Irene Kostaki

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    An amendment to the bill put forward by Remain-supporting Tory MPs Stephen Hammond and Nicky Morgan will be put to a vote in the Commons this afternoon. Pro-EU lawmakers have tabled a change to the wording of the bill to try to force the government to pursue a customs union with the EU if ministers fail to reach an agreement which establishes "a frictionless free trade area for goods".
  • Trump, Putin content with summit despite lack of concrete results

    Trump, Putin content with summit despite lack of concrete results

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    In the House, Democratic leader Nancy Pelosi planned a vote Tuesday in support of the intelligence committee's findings that Russian Federation interfered in the 2016 election. It is clear from Trump's recent conflicts with the G7, his inflammatory remarks about Britain, and his declaration that the European Union is a "foe", that that Trump does not reserve the same sort of esteem for leaders of liberal democratic nations that have always been US allies.
  • Victorious France team land back in Paris and head for Champs-Elysées

    Victorious France team land back in Paris and head for Champs-Elysées

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    After the parade France's newest idols will be welcomed at the Elysee Palace by Emmanuel Macron, whose office has already promised the Legion of Honour for the victors' "exceptional services" to the country . Pussy Riot pitch invader in World Cup final on her high five with French football superstar Kylian Mbappe. "This victory will improve France's image for several years, and nearly automatically that of its leader", Pascal Boniface, director of the Institute for global and Strategic ...
  • Late-night hosts skewer Trump for 'treasonable' Putin summit

    Late-night hosts skewer Trump for 'treasonable' Putin summit

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    As he weathered heavy criticism on Tuesday for fawning over the strongman who the USA intelligence community says was behind 2016 hacking, Trump declared victory in his Helsinki and North Atlantic Treaty Organisation summits. President of Finland Sauli Niinisto and President Donald Trump at the president's official residence in Mantyniemi, in Helsinki Monday. After punching in McCain's words, Colbert had arrived at a calculation: "Yeah, it's treason".
  • Syrian forces seize village in SW, widening offensive

    Syrian forces seize village in SW, widening offensive

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    Opposition forces, the sources said, launched a counterattack shortly afterward, recovering several positions and inflicting casualties on regime forces. A rebel official, Abu Shaima, said at least 500 fighters were going to get on around 15 buses and that his bus was already on the road north to opposition-held Idlib province.
  • Brexit tests for Theresa May as premiership hangs in the balance

    Brexit tests for Theresa May as premiership hangs in the balance

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    But within minutes of the narrow victory, May was rocked by a fresh resignation, this time of her defence minister Guto Bebb, who voted with Labour to oppose the Government. The move is likely to outrage many members of the public concerned about the divisions over Brexit and the ticking clock counting down to exit day.
  • Pompeo: N. Korea hiding N-facilities for uranium enrichment

    Pompeo: N. Korea hiding N-facilities for uranium enrichment

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    It is reported that the North was unhappy with the low rank of that meeting and wanted it upgraded to involve generals. But it is still one of the poorest countries in the world, and tough United Nation sanctions imposed after its nuclear and missile tests previous year could take a huge economic toll if they continue, foreign experts say.
  • Putin asks Trump to go after British activist

    Putin asks Trump to go after British activist

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    Not only were Trump's comments imbecilic, he is wholly in the pocket of Putin . "I'm well aware that there are many people who think this was not Trump's finest hour, that Putin got away with basically dominating this whole thing and whatever Putin said stood, that Trump didn't push back on any of it", Limbaugh said.
  • Child survives dad's drunk crash, killed by another car

    Child survives dad's drunk crash, killed by another car

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    Emergency crews were called to the scene in Romulus, Michigan about 3 a.m. Sunday, according to WJBK . "This poor child doesn't get to live the rest of her life because of a decision an adult made". The family has set up a GoFundMe account to help pay for the 7-year-old girl's funeral. Thinking her father was dead (police later indicated the man was only unconscious) Desandra sent 911 numerous text messages, asking for help.
  • At historic summit, Trump refuses to confront Putin on vote row

    At historic summit, Trump refuses to confront Putin on vote row

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    Trump also failed to mention Syria and Ukraine, two topics he said on Friday that he meant to discuss with Putin. The US and Russian presidents came out of their meeting in Helsinki Monday expressing desire for a fresh start between the world's leading nuclear powers and more talk on global challenges, after discussing an array of issues from Syria, Ukraine and China to trade tariffs and the size of their nuclear arsenals.
  • Trump calls the European Union a ‘foe’ of the United States

    Trump calls the European Union a ‘foe’ of the United States

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    Trump tells CBS News that he watched some of Peter Strzok's (struhkz) testimony to Congress while traveling in Europe. "And don't say I'm attacking freedom of the press". "China is a foe economically, certainly they are a foe", he told CBS. It doesn't mean anything. Trump is departing for Helsinki on Sunday for a summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin on Monday.
  • Thunderstorms, Heavy Rain Headed to MetroWest

    Thunderstorms, Heavy Rain Headed to MetroWest

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    The chance of thunderstorms will continue until Thursday night , forecasters said . Forecasters said the some of the storms could produce gusty winds and heavy rain that could cause flash flooding. WOODLAND PARK: High - 76; Low - 52. Monday will start out partly cloudy with a chance for storms after 2 p.m.as the temperatures climbs to a high of around 88 degrees.
  • British PM accepts key amendments from hard-line Brexiteers

    British PM accepts key amendments from hard-line Brexiteers

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    But hours later he said a US-UK trade deal would "absolutely be possible". However, leading Brexiteer Jacob Rees-Mogg warned trust in Mrs May was waning amid acrimonious claims key ministers, including David Davis , were kept in the dark about her proposals.
  • We are all Supreme Court skeptics now

    We are all Supreme Court skeptics now

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    In the case, Kavanaugh dissented on the court's ruling to allow an undocumented pregnant teenager to seek an abortion. This is particularly galling to Democrats who have not forgotten 2016, when President Obama nominated moderate Merrick Garland to the Supreme Court to replace Antonin Scalia.
  • 'Lava bomb' crashes through roof of Hawaii tour boat

    'Lava bomb' crashes through roof of Hawaii tour boat

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    The Hawaii Fire Department did not immediately respond to HuffPost's request for comment. One woman's leg was broken when the 'lava bomb , ' which burst from the water near the boat as molten rock poured into the ocean, landed on the roof of the vessel.
  • China presses Europe for anti-U.S. alliance on trade

    China presses Europe for anti-U.S. alliance on trade

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    According to one diplomat, "China wants the European Union to stand with Beijing against Washington, to take sides...we won't do it and we have told them that". "In the end, they [Chinese drug enforcement agencies] will be pawns of whatever politics the government of China wants to enact", said Jeffrey Higgins, a former Drug Enforcement Administration supervisory special agent, in an interview with Kaiser Health News.
  • Fans pack Paris streets to greet France after World Cup win

    Fans pack Paris streets to greet France after World Cup win

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    Of the four goals France scored against Croatia , two were scored by the sons of African immigrants - Paul Pogba , whose parents immigrated from Guinea, and Kylian Mbappe whose mother is Algerian and father is Cameroonian. For all the insane antics - and some revelers who got out of control - a sense of patriotism and unity was nearly visceral. France has suffered years of tension and self-examination since a series of attacks by Islamist gunmen during 2015 that left more than 140 ...
  • DC-based gun rights advocate charged with being a Russian spy

    DC-based gun rights advocate charged with being a Russian spy

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    Court papers do not name the Kremlin official. Butina's connections to Alexander Torshin, the deputy governor of the Central Bank of the Russian Federation, have been reported by multiple news outlets in the past year. According to an affidavit from the Justice Department, Butina tried to set up a back-channel line of communication between Russian Federation and "political party leaders" through a "gun rights organization".
  • Putin triumphs over Trump at US-Russia summit

    Putin triumphs over Trump at US-Russia summit

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    During their joint news conference, Mr Putin insisted the Russian state had never interfered and would never interfere in the American electoral process, dismissing the claims as " nonsense ". House Speaker Paul Ryan , a fellow Republican, was openly critical of the president's assessment of Russia's conduct: "There is no question that Russian Federation interfered in our election and continues attempts to undermine democracy here and around the world".
  • Police make arrest in April Tinsley murder, 1988 Fort Wayne cold case

    Police make arrest in April Tinsley murder, 1988 Fort Wayne cold case

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    Three days later, her body was found in a ditch 20 miles (32km) from her neighbourhood. Miller appeared in court on Monday morning facing preliminary charges of murder, child molesting and confinement. After Tinsley was dead, Miller told police he sexually assaulted her body again. The same message demanded the young girl report the note to the police; the writer said that if he didnt see a report on the message in the newspaper or local TV, he would blow up the childs house.
  • The Donald has tea with the Queen

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    The trip to Windsor Palace isn't official state business, however, but rather a casual meeting between heads of state. "You get the word out, you can really protect yourself from the lies". In the interview Trump broke royal protocol by disclosing details of his conversation with the Queen . Ronald Reagan, a particular favorite of the queen , met her on four occasions.
  • Putin says he and Trump agreed on securing Israel's border with Syria

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    Trump has said he wants to raise nuclear arms control, Ukraine and Syria with Putin, who has served as Russia's preeminent leader since Boris Yeltsin resigned on the last day of 1999. Former CIA Director John Brennan called President Donald Trump's performance at Monday's news conference with Russian President Vladimir Putin "nothing short of treasonous".
  • Trump Names European Union a 'Foe' of US - Leah Barkoukis

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    Asked to name the U.S.'s "biggest foe globally" in an interview conducted Saturday and aired Sunday on CBS's " Face the Nation ", Trump first mentioned the European Union, adding that "we have a lot of foes". But Trump didn't direct his tough words toward Russian Federation, the aggressor. During Sunday's comment, he said the Germans are "waving a white flag" in buying energy from Russian Federation.
  • Man accused of killing MA officer, bystander to be arraigned

    Man accused of killing MA officer, bystander to be arraigned

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    Sunday in a normally quiet neighborhood a short distance away from South Shore Hospital where Lopes had crashed a vehicle and then fled on foot away from arriving police. Sunday, and the officer's injuries have been described as "life-threatening". Weymouth Police Chief Richard Grimes identified the shooting suspect as Emanuel Lopes, and said he was in custody.
  • Obama spent a week holidaying in Tanzania before coming to Kenya

    Obama spent a week holidaying in Tanzania before coming to Kenya

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    Mr Obama, who is not accompanied by his family, left the capital Nairobi on a private jet that touched down at Kisumu International Airport on the shores of Lake Victoria. Obama arrived in the country after three years, since his last visit. Ng'iya-Ndori road that passes through Nyang'oma Kogelo trading centre has been closed and only accredited guests and media are allowed access.
  • Trump lands in 'hot spot' Britain for four-day trip

    Trump lands in 'hot spot' Britain for four-day trip

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    During his stay, the USA president will meet the Queen, the prime minister and visit Scotland. But they avoided the noise and spectacle of the protests on the ground by travelling by helicopter between the airport, London and Oxfordshire.