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Attorney general to testify at open Senate hearing

The Trump administration has given numerous reasons for Comey's firing, including his handling of the Hillary Clinton email probe. President Donald Trump is planning to hold a campaign-style rally later this month in Iowa. When CNN asked what was wrong with Sessions going before the same committee that heard Comey's testimony, Coons acknowledged that maybe that was a "good first step", but added that "the Judiciary Committee has the oversight responsibility for the Department of ... Read More »

May's United Kingdom election gamble backfires badly as Conservatives lose majority in Parliament

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That did not help Ms May, who had overseen cuts in police numbers during six years in her previous job as Interior Minister. 09 de junio de 2017, 15:44London, Jun 9 (Prensa Latina) The British Labor Party leader, Jeremy Corbyn , considered today unbelievable the results of hiss party in the general elections held on Thursday, where they managed to add 29 new deputies to the parliament . Read More »

Germany: number of Britons granted citizenship quadruples

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Some Britons may be concerned that Britain will make a hard Brexit , leaving it outside the single market and with limited freedom of movement in the bloc. Britain is due to leave the European Union in 2019, but Theresa May's election disaster has raised questions over what type of deal will be agreed. Read More »

Britain's May in tough talks on forging governing alliance

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Alastair Campbell is one of a number of Labour figures and MPs who slammed Theresa May for negotiating with the socially conservative party, on Thursday accusing the Prime Minister of making "a sordid, unsafe distasteful deal" which puts peace in Northern Ireland "at risk". Read More »

Golden State Warriors win NBA title; Kevin Durant Finals MVP

Golden State completed a 16-1 playoff run, the best post-season win percentage in National Basketball Association history, and added to titles won in 2015 and 1975 plus those from 1947 and 1956 when the team was based in Philadelphia. "We've learned from everything we've been through to bring (the trophy) back home", Curry said. "And, yes, we were able to hit the switch, but those games in January, those games in November, games that people think that's not important, they're important to ... Read More »

Pumpkin Seeds Market Research Report Now Available at Research Corridor

It also helps in identifying the wide opportunities that will open up for the market. The report provides detailed information about the manufacturers of the RF Mixers market along with complete information about company's sales, revenue, production, technological developments that are used and are made along with their strategic developments . Read More »

Surgeons Remove 30 Pounds of Man's Intestines After Being Constipated For Years

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His parents thought that his condition was a small ailment, so it remained untreated for years. The operation took three hours and led to docs removing 30 inches of the guy's intestines - oh, and all in all it weighed 28 pounds. Initially, doctors were shocked to see what they found, and Doctor Yin Lu of the Tenth People's Hospital of Shanghai was quoted saying, 'It looked like it could explode at any time.' Doctors stated that now the patient is stable and will recover slowly. Read More »

Tobacco kills more than 7 million people a year

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The WHO report , Tobacco and its Environmental Impact: An Overview, also shows how tobacco waste contains more than 7,000 toxic chemicals and smoke emissions which contribute human carcinogens, toxicants, and greenhouse gases to the environment. Read More »

Tottering May names new Cabinet as critics circle

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To stay in power, the Conservatives are seeking support from Northern Ireland's Democratic Unionist Party . May's gamble in calling an early election backfired, as her Conservative Party lost its majority in Parliament. "We are ready for the negotiations". His French colleague Pierre Moscovici said the result would affect the negotiations but declined to be drawn on whether the European Union executive hoped Britain might ask to stay. Read More »

Britain's May apologises to own MPs for election 'mess'

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Ahead of Brexit talks, Davis said the people had demanded in last year's European Union referendum to take control of the United Kingdom's borders which means leaving the single market. Setting the tone, Michael Heseltine, a leading pro-European Conservative told the BBC's Andrew Marr Show on Sunday that " hard Brexit " was "the cancer gnawing at the heart of the Conservative Party ". Read More »

Theresa May Appoints Ministers to Her Shaky Gov't

Mr Gove fell out of favour among many in the party when he launched a surprise leadership bid after the European Union referendum past year. May says it's "a Cabinet that reflects the wealth of talent and experience across the Conservative Party" and "a government that is going to be governing for everyone". Read More »

US appeals court refuses to reinstate Trump travel ban

Earlier today, a three judge panel with the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit upheld the injunction secured against the immigration ban in March in a federal district court in Hawaii. Justice Department lawyers made several adjustments from the first travel ban to address concerns raised by judges across the country. The 9th Circuit rebuffed the administration's efforts to reinstate that part of the order as well. Read More »

United Kingdom firms call for softer Brexit post election

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Winning a 12.5 per cent or lower corporation tax rate in 2018 a Rapid Transit Scheme for Belfast More roads and infrastructure More defence spending, an increase in the minimum wage, reductions to household energy bills and the maintenance of the "triple lock" ensuring increases in pensions that May abandoned before the election. Read More »

Body washes up on Massachusetts shore in front of beachgoers

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Joseph Ranagan told The Daily News of Newburyport that he grabbed ahold of the corpse and began bringing it back to the beach before calling for help. That launched a massive rescue effort as police officers raced down the jetty on foot, and saw both men clinging to the wrecked boat, then watched as a wave came and took Chhoun away. Read More »

Diabetes drug reduces heart attack risk

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Study lead Prof John Petrie, from the University of Glasgow's Institute of Cardiovascular and Medical Sciences, said: "The results from this trial are significant because now cardiovascular disease is a major cause of reduced life expectancy in type 1 diabetes, and cardiovascular disease rates are more than double those of the background population". Read More »

Scottish Conservatives want emphasis off immigration and on economy

While the Tories haemorrhaged seats across the United Kingdom, the Scottish Conservatives had huge success. In a sign of the prime minister's weakness, Ruth Davidson , the leader of the Scottish Conservatives, told her that she could no longer dictate the government's Brexit strategy and would have to secure the support of other parties. Read More »

May Said to Tell Tories: 'I'll Get Us Out of This Mess'

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She seems to have made a good start at that crucial meeting of the 1922 Committee this evening, throwing herself on the mercy of Conservative MPs. Senior Conservatives acknowledged that the failure to secure an overall majority in the Commons will mean the agenda set out in their manifesto would have to be "pruned back". Read More »

Toshiba To Pay $3.68 Billion For Westinghouse Reactors In US

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Georgia Power and its partners, Oglethorpe Power, MEAG Power and Dalton Utilities, are evaluating what to do with the project once Westinghouse is out as primary contractor. According to Toshiba, the $3.68 billion is the maximum payment required under its contract with Southern Company. Though Toshiba is known for making a vast array of product - from IT equipment to TVs and laptops - the nuclear program has dented profits so badly that the company said in April it has "substantial doubt" ... Read More »

Maryland, DC sue Trump over business dealings

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The suit says Trump's continued ownership of his family's global business empire has rendered him "deeply enmeshed with a legion of foreign and domestic government actors" and has harmed the integrity of us democracy. The leader of the free world allegedly accepted millions of benefits and payments from foreign governments since he moved to the White House. The attorneys general of the state and the District, both Democrats , filed the lawsuit on June 12. Read More »

Woman charged with texting boyfriend ways to kill himself was 'very troubled'

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The defense started calling witnesses after Judge Lawrence Moniz denied Cataldo's motion for a directed verdict of not guilty, a standard legal procedure. Breggin added that drugs like Celexa "disrupt the frontal lobe function" and that "the young brain is more susceptible to harm" from such drugs. Michelle Carter pushed and bullied her 18-year-old boyfriend, with thousands of text messages, until he finally went through with the act of suicide, ending his own life on July 13 of 2014. Read More »

Congressman moves to impeach Trump

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But the issue is trickier for Democratic members of Congress who have largely been unwilling to publicly support impeachment despite repeated calls for it from anti-Trump "Resistance" activists. Neither Sherman nor Green sit on the Judiciary Committee, which would investigate and debate any impeachment articles, and there is no sign the Republican-controlled House is poised to launch any inquiry that could ultimately force Trump from office. Read More »

A professor ate an actual book on TV for a insane reason

If they did, he said, he would "happily eat [his] new Brexit book ". Corbyn's party ended up exceeding expectations, gaining 40 percent of the vote. Writing on the Guardian website the Labour MP said: "I would be lying if I denied that I can not wait to sit opposite the Tories and laugh at their massive arrogance and complacency, but we have to get our own house in order, too". Read More »