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Penguins' Sidney Crosby captures second straight Conn Smythe Trophy

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Matt Murray went from being sidelined by an injury in opening the playoffs to posting back-to-back shutouts in leading the Pittsburgh Penguins to their second consecutive Stanley Cup championship. "We've battled through a lot". The Predators went 0 of 4 with the man advantage, including 32 seconds of a 5-on-3 in the third. Murray became the first rookie goalie to post two shutouts in the Cup Final since the National Hockey League expanded to 12 teams in 1967-68. Read More »

Lalu Prasad celebrates 70th birthday; Nitish Kumar joins celebrations

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The former deputy chief minister said since the matter fell under the jurisdiction of the Bihar government, CM Nitish Kumar should order a probe into it or else the matter would be placed before the income tax department. Congress president Sonia Gandhi and Union Minister Giriraj Singh also greeted Lalu Prasad on his birthday. During RJD chief Lalu's Prasad Yadav's 70th birthday, Tejashwi's mother Rabri Devi said that she was looking for a well-mannered and cultured girl for his son ... Read More »

Britain's May Seeks Deal With North Ireland Party to Cling to Power

At just eight seats shy of a majority, May turned to the right-wing Democratic Unionist Party ( DUP ) of Northern Ireland , which won 10 seats in Westminster . Mr Adams said the republican party is ready to do business with the DUP and the other main political parties in a bid to salvage devolution. An alliance, at what cost? Prime Minister Theresa May dispatched her chief whip, Gavin Williamson, to Belfast on Saturday to hold talks with the DUP, which has faced criticism for its ... Read More »

Senior Cabinet minister offer support to UK prime minister

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The Conservative Party lost 12 seats in the snap general election, called by May in April, and fell short of the required 326-seat majority, which prompted it to seek an alliance with Northern Ireland's Democratic Unionist Party. The speech had been due to take place on June 19 but would be put back by a few days, the BBC said. "The worries are unnecessary and they shouldn't have them but we want make sure they are dealt with as soon as possible", he said. Read More »

Name of motorcyclist killed in head-on crash released

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One person was killed and two people are injured in a wreck on FM-973 in East Travis County. Troopers said the driver of the motorcycle, identified as 28-year-old Raul Diaz , died at the scene. A motorcyclist was killed and his pregnant passenger who was also on the bike lost her unborn child. DPS said Corona-Quiterio was charged with intoxication manslaughter and intoxication assault. Read More »

Theresa May struggles to keep her job after a disastrous snap election

The Cabinet Manual drawn up in 2010 following the inconclusive result of that year's election states that the incumbent government is "entitled to wait until the new Parliament has met to see if it can command the confidence of the House of Commons, but is expected to resign if it becomes clear that it is unlikely to be able to command that confidence and there is a clear alternative". Read More »

Italian of Moroccan Descent Named as Third London Terror Attacker

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Formal identification of the body has not taken place, but the family of 45-year-old Xavier Thomas has been informed of the discovery. Previously unreleased CCTV footage has made its way to social media, showing the moment armed police officers killed three terrorists who launched a vicious attack on Londoners last week. Read More »

DUP 'say no red lines' over alliance with Conservatives

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Fiona Hill also resigned as joint chief of staff. The pair formed part of May's small inner circle and were blamed by many Conservatives for the party's lackluster campaign and unpopular election platform. "May's departure from Downing St.is remorseless". Apart from Gove and her close ally Damian Green, promoted to Cabinet Office minister to oversee the day-to-day running of the government, May confirmed most of the ministers from her previous cabinet. Read More »

Puerto Rico upholds statehood demand in contentious vote

Puerto Ricans are US citizens, but with fewer rights and responsibilities than residents of the other 50 states. Free association is an official affiliation with the United States. Nevertheless, the symbolic and controversial referendum must first pass Congressional approval before the vote can be enacted. But he faces an uphill struggle impressing his case on the US Congress, which holds ultimate power over Puerto Rico, given the historically low turnout of the vote and the boycott staged by ... Read More »

Xbox Design Labs arrives in the UK

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Prices are comparable to what we see in the USA: £69.99 in the United Kingdom and 79.99 euros in France and Germany. Moreover, Microsoft is offering free laser engravings for every Xbox Design Lab controller until June 19, so be sure to make use of the promotion if you're considering ordering a custom controller . Read More »

Spider crawls out of Indian woman's ear

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The terrifying video shows the doctor guiding the eight-legged creature and directing it out of the ear lobe. She washed her ear, even asked her daughter to check if something is inside; unfortunately, nothing worked and she headed to the hospital for check up. Read More »

Tigers not revealing plan for Major League Baseball draft

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Players wonder what round they'll be drafted, by which team and they want to know the amount of bonus money they'll be offered. Be sure to check freep.com for updates on every Tigers pick. Because players can be selected multiple times , only their final draft position was counted. Clemson freshman shortstop Logan Davidson is a ideal example of Lee's theory of the benefits of school. Read More »

Theresa May working to form a government with DUP backing

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DUP leader Arlene Foster has refused to give premature promises, noting that she has always found it quite hard to work with Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn. Without a majority, she could be forced to seek consensus on the approach she takes, potentially by performing a U-turn on single market membership and protecting the economy at the expense of new immigration controls. Read More »

Comey testimony: What was that reference to 'meddlesome priest'?

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In a later response to Sen. He agreed with the former FBI director that the president saying "I hope you let this go" amounts to a directive to drop the Flynn investigation. Becket was then murdered by four knights. The irony here: Becket - an annoyance to Henry II as Comey eventually became to Trump - was later venerated as a saint. Read More »

Sinn Fein maintains abstentionist stance as DUP puts out feelers to Tories

Theresa May has failed to win an overall majority in the British general election - and she might need help from Northern Ireland to stay on as Prime Minister. The election ended in a hung parliament, but the Conservatives remain the largest party with 318 seats. The last time a confidence and supply deal came into operation was in 1977 when the Labour Prime Minister James Callaghan reached agreement with the Liberals under David Steel. Read More »

Services to mark year since Orlando gay club massacre

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Ebenhack, File). Independent journalist and photographer Cassi Alexandra over the year interviewed and created portraits of survivors of the massacre at the Pulse nightclub on June 12, 2016, as a new chapter in her "We Are Family" series. A year after the worst mass shooting in modern US history, people gathered in the heart of downtown Orlando to remember the 49 patrons killed at a gay nightclub. Read More »

London attack: Police release photos of fake explosive belts

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Ho said he couldn't attack them as one of them might detonate what he believed was a genuine suicide belt and kill them all. Mr Haydon said it was hard to speculate to what end the attackers wore the belts, although it may have been to take hostages or as a defensive strategy. Read More »

Low turnout in French parliamentary election

Pollsters said well over 30 percent of those who voted had picked Macron's party in the first round, a result which they said could deliver him as much as three quarters of lower house seats when the second round results come in next week. Read More »

Pulse victims remembered at Equality Rally for Unity & Pride in Fort Lauderdale

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In Los Angeles , people held a " Resist March ", Reuters reports , and it included an wonderful Harry Potter-inspired sign. Thousands turned up to protest the President on the streets of Hollywood and West Hollywood. The city announced Thursday at a kickoff event for pride month the new flag includes brown and black stripes. March officials and partner organizations told the NewsHour Weekend the march is meant to emphasize the importance of diversity, unity between different ... Read More »

Theresa May seals deal to prop up government

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Just more than a week away from the formal start of Brexit negotiations, British Prime Minister Theresa May is scrambling to cobble together a new government in Westminster - and to keep maintain her own position in 10 Downing Street. Foster has yet to set out her demands but her party wants an end to prosecutions of British soldiers who fought in Northern Ireland and an easing of restrictions on parades. Read More »

French police shoot attacker outside Notre Dame in Paris

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Collomb said the attacker acted on his own. "A person came up behind the police officers, armed with a hammer, and started to hit the police officer", Interior Minister Gerard Collomb told reporters. French officials have not confirmed initial reports, but were quoted unoffically as saying the attacker might have hoped to strike down the gendarme and seize his weapon. Read More »

USA senator, South Korea conservatives urge end to THAAD dispute

The launch followed the departure of the USA aircraft carriers USS Carl Vinson and USS Ronald Reagan from the region after conducting joint exercises with allies South Korea and Japan. "The decision to introduce THAAD was made to protect South Korea and the USA forces in South Korea from a growing threat from the North". This was a form of protesting South Korea's support of fresh United Nations sanctions adopted last week. Read More »

Tamil Nadu: Farmers temporarily call off agitation

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Accusing the state leadership of not expediting the process of disbursing drought relief, P Ayyakannu had said the protest would continue for the next 32 days. An estimated 10 lakh coconut trees have died across Tamil Nadu's Salem district, farmers have said, due to the state's worst drought in 140 years. By holding candles, the protesting farmers said that they want the Centre to waive off farm loans and to drop the hydro carbon project it had proposed to implement in the state. Read More »