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Police arrest 3 more suspects in connection with Manchester terror attack

Rudd said Britain's increased official threat level will remain at "critical" as the investigation proceeds and won't be lowered until security services are convinced there is no active plot in place....

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DC, Va. parks among top in nation

DC, Va. parks among top in nation

In Minneapolis, 97 percent of residents live within a 10-minute walk or a half-mile, and 15 percent of the city is parkland. Arlington was ranked sixth in the nation this year and D.C. While the stu...

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'Joker' lookalike busted for pointing loaded gun at Florida drivers

'Joker' lookalike busted for pointing loaded gun at Florida drivers

A man whose dyed hair and tattoos make him look like The Joker was arrested after he allegedly pointed a loaded gun at passing cars in Miami Tuesday night. Asked for a concealed weapons permit, Sull...

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Winners and losers in President Trump's first budget

Winners and losers in President Trump's first budget

House Speaker Paul Ryan says President Donald Trump's budget proposal for the coming fiscal year prioritizes "American taxpayers over Washington bureaucrats" while strengthening the military. Farm g...

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Braxton Key withdrawing from National Basketball Association draft, returning to Alabama

Braxton Key withdrawing from National Basketball Association draft, returning to Alabama

Key, who declared for the National Basketball Association draft in April without hiring an agent, had until Wednesday to decide whether to remain in the draft or return to school. A team that looked i...

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Iranians voted for moderation, Rouhani says

Peace in the Middle East could only be possible with Iran at the table, Rouhani said. Paris, which disagrees with Iran over the crisis in Syria , had one of the toughest approaches during the n...

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How Trump's Budget Cuts Will Devastate Low-Income Children

The budget relies on faster economic growth and steep cuts to programs for the poor in a bid to balance the government's books over the next decade. But getting there would require a lot of red ink....

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4 candidates to be FBI director are in line for interviews

4 candidates to be FBI director are in line for interviews

It'd be unusual for the White House to elevate an FBI agent to the role of director, and McCabe during a Senate hearing last week broke with the White House's explanations for Comey's firing and i...

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Here's a backstage video of Celine Dion singing along to Cher's 'Believe'

Here's a backstage video of Celine Dion singing along to Cher's 'Believe'

She receiving the Billboard Music Artist Achievement Award from Gwen Stefani . Celine Dion performed and Drake collected awards last night in Los Vegas, at the annual Billboard Music Awards ...

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Tensions deepen between Saudi, Iran, US after Trump visit

Trump's team is dedicated to reversing his predecessor's efforts at rapprochement with Iran , which saw a nuclear deal signed in 2015, lifting many sanctions. However, The Financial Times reported ...

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Investigators at House Fire in Union

Investigators at House Fire in Union

He was the former manager of the J.J. Newberry department store in Rockland. Fire officials say the exact cause can not be determined because of how extensive the damage is to the house. Seven area fi...

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Ranked-choice voting conflicts with Maine Constitution, Supreme Court says

Ranked-choice voting conflicts with Maine Constitution, Supreme Court says

Supporters of Maine's new system, which was supposed to take effect for elections next year, argued that ranked-choice voting does not consist of multiple rounds, but factors in all rankings at once...

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Trump Budget Deals 'Devastating Blow' To Low-Income Americans, Advocates Say

GOP Rep. Fred Upton of MI, a senior lawmaker, said border security is important, but questioned the need for $1.6 billion to be spent on Trump's border wall. Many rank-and-file Republicans recoiled f...

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Trump leaves Israel with no mention of Palestinian state, settlements or embassy

US President Donald Trump ended his 28-hour trip to Israel Tuesday afternoon extolling the prospects of Israeli-Palestinian peace but leaving no clear indication of how he plans to help bring it clo...

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Comey to testify before Senate committee

Comey to testify before Senate committee

You fired him already". Mueller was tapped for that post the day after another report from The Times , subsequently confirmed to NPR by two sources, that Trump had asked Comey to scuttle the i...

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Congress hearings show no Trump campaign-Russia collusion: White House official

Congress hearings show no Trump campaign-Russia collusion: White House official

Officials said such memos could be made available to both the special counsel now overseeing the Russian Federation investigation and congressional investigators, who might explore whether Trump s...

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'Senior adviser under scrutiny' in Russian Federation probe

'Senior adviser under scrutiny' in Russian Federation probe

While the investigation is ramping up to interviews and subpoenas, sources with knowledge of it say that doesn't mean criminal charges are a given. You might have thought it was a worse idea to exclud...

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Sheriff: $500M in poppy plants seized in North Carolina

Sheriff: $500M in poppy plants seized in North Carolina

Authorities admit that's a rough estimate on the value, because the plants still need to be weighed. "One of our narcotics investigators came to the house looking for something else". Around 10 deputi...

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DOJ: No ethics conflict for special counsel in Russian Federation probe

The president allegedly asked FBI Director James Comey to drop his investigation into the Russian ties of Michael Flynn, Trump's former national security adviser. Mr Coats refused to comment on ...

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All smiles as Pope Francis meets with Donald Trump at the Vatican

All smiles as Pope Francis meets with Donald Trump at the Vatican

The evening before Trump met the pope , the Vatican newspaper carried two articles on Trump policies. His effort to broker peace comes early in a Trump administration distracted by a domestic...

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Forsythe, Dodgers win it in 13th after Kershaw duels Lynn

He has not appeared in a game for the Dodgers this season. "Tough pitch to block obviously". St. Louis Cardinals starting pitcher Lance Lynn throws to the plate during the first inning of a bas...

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Man dies in California botulism outbreak from nacho-cheese

Man dies in California botulism outbreak from nacho-cheese

The nacho cheese was sold at Valley Oak Food and Fuel gas station (pictured) in Walnut Grove. Tests have confirmed the botulism toxin was present in nacho-cheese dip sold at a gas station in the...

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Central Intelligence Agency ex-chief cites signs of possible Trump campaign ties to Russian Federation

Central Intelligence Agency ex-chief cites signs of possible Trump campaign ties to Russian Federation

Republicans on the committee pushed Brennan about whether there was evidence of collusion between Russian Federation and the Trump campaign, a point President Donald Trump has tried to enlist alli...

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I never mentioned Israel to Russian officials

He previously attacked former President Barack Obama for similar displays. "I always say that the president is always at his best when he's doing big things that are unexpected", the official said...

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Jason Chaffetz Announces He's Resigning In June

The five-term congressman rescinded his endorsement of Trump past year after recordings surfaced of the reality show star bragging about groping women, only to hastily re-endorse Trump shortly before ...

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Boston museum doubles reward for stolen artwork to $10M

Boston museum doubles reward for stolen artwork to $10M

Those paintings were among 13 pieces of artwork stolen, during the largest art theft in history, from The Isabella Stewart Gardner museum in Boston in the early morning hours on March 18, 1990. Todd...

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General Election campaigning remains suspended as terror threat level raised

Rather than panic however, she immediately got to work helping some of the young concertgoers make their way out of the arena and safely backstage, where she stayed with the group and helped to calm t...

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Senate panel narrows Flynn document request

Michael Flynn reportedly plans to invoke his Fifth Amendment right against self-incrimination on Monday. A day later, the committee issued two subpoenas against Flynn's businesses seeking records t...

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Trump's food stamp cuts face hard sell in Congress

The proposed cuts would "just exacerbate poverty for people who are already trying to work their way out of it", Melcher said. Congressional Democrats are harshly criticizing President Donald T...

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Trump asked top intelligence officials for help pushing back on collusion investigation

Trump asked top intelligence officials for help pushing back on collusion investigation

Both men - Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats and National Security Agency head Mike Rogers - were uncomfortable with the request and turned it down. "Might be good to get them back", Man...

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