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Three-way tie at St Jude Classic as Rickie Fowler misses cut

Three-way tie at St Jude Classic as Rickie Fowler misses cut

Cink birdied the last to move within one of the leaders, as Fowler made an early exit despite four birdies in a seven-hole stretch along the back nine. Thompson's 7-under 65 put her at minus-12 for th...

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Britain's May still in talks with DUP on power deal

Theresa May returned to Downing Street and will govern with support from Northern Ireland's Democratic Unionist Party after a disastrous election night for the PM saw her party lose its Commons maj...

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UK Labour Leader Corbyn: 'I Can Still Be Prime Minister'

UK Labour Leader Corbyn: 'I Can Still Be Prime Minister'

Nick Timothy and Fiona Hill, who served as May's co-chiefs of staff since the premier's tenure in the interior ministry, announced their resignations in statements. Britain's typically right-wing pres...

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Iran sends first food cargo to Qatar

The Iranian Tasnim news agency quoted a government official as saying that three ships loaded with 350 tones of food items were also set to leave for Qatar. "The blockade is hindering U.S. military ...

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Donald Trump says James Comey lying, willing to testify under oath

It was a messy situation, involving a wife, a mistress, and three young children - the kind of thing most people would try to keep private, particularly if they were simultaneously facing a tsunami-si...

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Theresa May's top advisers quit

Theresa May's top advisers quit

He told Sky News: "It leaves her in an invidious situation now: she's alone, she's friendless, she's basically a hostage to the Conservative Party within Downing Street, waiting until someone knocks o...

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Iran kills mastermind behind Tehran attacks, arrests more

Iran kills mastermind behind Tehran attacks, arrests more

Iran says it has killed the alleged mastermind of twin attacks last week claimed by the Islamic State group. He said it was too soon to say if Saudi Arabia was responsible. Saudi Arabia follows the...

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'I wanted it to stop,' accuser tells Cosby trial

And she trusted him as a friend and mentor. Both times, Constand made it clear she didn't welcome his advances, she said . Buress did not know it at the time, but the joke would make him an immediate...

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Qatar to take legal action against Gulf states

The coordinated move suggests the Gulf states are seeking to lessen the humanitarian impact of their June 5 severing of ties with Qatar, in retaliation for what they call its support for terrorism and...

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Iran arrests 8 suspects over Tehran terror attacks

The Iranian security forces arrested 41 members of Daesh terror group (outlawed in Russia), in four provinces across the country, the Iranian Intelligence Ministry said in a statement on Friday. T...

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Britain's May seeks deal with Northern Ireland party to cling to power

Britain's May seeks deal with Northern Ireland party to cling to power

But May, facing scorn for running a lacklustre campaign, was determined to hang on. The main opposition Labour Party took 262. The shock result thrust Northern Ireland's centre-right DUP into the ...

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How Long Can Theresa May Hold On as Prime Minister?

How Long Can Theresa May Hold On as Prime Minister?

In a hint at the approach she wanted, she said: "It is about making sure that we put free trade at the heart of what it is we seek to achieve as we leave". Theresa May's grip on power appears far f...

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Theresa May and inner circle face backlash from furious Tory MPs

Theresa May and inner circle face backlash from furious Tory MPs

But Labour said they were the "real winners". And after that, she never really recovered. But after a poor campaign and an unexpectedly stiff challenge from the opposition Labour Party under lea...

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Theresa May's closest aides resign amid 'regrets' over Tory election campaign

Mrs May was working on a Cabinet reshuffle, expected to be limited in extent as the election result means she can not afford to have disgruntled former ministers sniping at her from the backbenches....

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Respect Ramadan rules, non-Muslims in Oman advised

Respect Ramadan rules, non-Muslims in Oman advised

This year has already begun with some bad news involving Muslims: two girls were harassed for being Muslim (only one of them actually was) in Portland by a white supremacist, and their defenders were ...

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Could France's Macron get landslide victory in parliamentary elections?

Could France's Macron get landslide victory in parliamentary elections?

The conservative The Republicans party and its allies trail with about 20 percent, ahead of the far-right National Front on about 17 percent. While elections in the lower house of parliament's 577 c...

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Qatar tells Gulf residents they are free to stay

Iranian traders have exported four food shipments to Qatar via an Iran Air cargo Boeing 747, after Saudi Arabia , the UAE, Egypt and Bahrain boycotted Doha , a spokesman for the Iranian flag carrier...

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US Special Forces Join Battle for Marawi in Philippines

US Special Forces Join Battle for Marawi in Philippines

This ranged from his threat to pull out of an Enhanced Defense Cooperation Agreement and joint military exercises and a vow to kick out a small contingent of US forces stationed in Western Mindanao, w...

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Afghan policemen killed in USA 'friendly fire' air strike

Afghan policemen killed in USA 'friendly fire' air strike

One US soldier was wounded and has been evacuated for medical treatment. This incident is under investigation. A Taliban spokesman claimed the shooter was a part of the militant group and had kill...

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Theresa May is a dead woman walking — George Osborne

Theresa May is a dead woman walking — George Osborne

The former Tory Chancellor, who is now editor of the Evening Standard, said he was angry that the Conservatives had gone "backwards" as the party failed to win a majority in last week's election . "I...

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Tillerson Calls for Middle East Countries to Ease the Qatar Blockade

Gabriel stressed that "this is the hour of diplomacy" as he vowed to "do everything, along with our European friends, to ensure that this conflict does not further escalate ". Bahrain joined Saudi Ar...

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Sen. Angus King's Heated Exchange With Intelligence Officials

Sen. Angus King's Heated Exchange With Intelligence Officials

The sources said Coats concluded after the meeting that Trump's suggestion that he intervene with Comey's investigation would be inappropriate. White House officials had weighed trying to block Co...

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May's top aides Nick Timothy and Fiona Hill resign after election

Timothy said in a blog published on the ConservativeHome website that he had stood down on Friday and he took responsibility for the policy program in the Conservative manifesto. And I want to encou...

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Formula One: Vettel confident but says Hamilton was 'better man'

Formula One: Vettel confident but says Hamilton was 'better man'

Sebastian Vettel headed a Ferrari 1-2 in this morning's practice session, and such was the confidence of the Maranello pair they watched the final couple of minutes of the session from the comfort ...

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President Trump to face journalists in news conference following explosive Comey testimony

Although Comey was under oath during his public hearing, the latest statement released by the Department Of Justice ( DOJ ) contradicts his testimony . When asked by MSNBC's Mika Brzezinski in 20...

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Trump On Comey Hearing:

Trump On Comey Hearing: "No Collusions, No Obstruction, He's A Leaker"

Democrats, along with some Republicans, on the committee will use the hearing on Thursday to press for further details of any attempts by Trump to blunt the Russian Federation investigation. Four co...

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British PM Now Says DUP Talks Ongoing, No Support Deal Yet

British PM Now Says DUP Talks Ongoing, No Support Deal Yet

He wrote on the ConservativeHome site: "The reason for the disappointing result was not the absence of support for Theresa May and the Conservatives but an unexpected surge in support for Labour "....

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Gas giant Qatar Petroleum says unaffected by Gulf crisis

Five Iranian cargo planes arrived in Doha on Sunday with food supplies as sanctions placed by the neighboring Gulf states have started to hurt Qatar. Notably, while he criticised Qatar, he thanked S...

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Burt Ward pays tributes to Adam West

The West family also issued a statement on Facebook: "There are no words to describe how much we'll miss him". His death was confirmed on his official Twitter account with a post credited to the W...

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AG Sessions to testify Tuesday at Senate intelligence panel

In a letter to Senator Richard Shelby on Saturday, Sessions has written that his decision to appear comes in light of last week's testimony by fired Federal Bureau of Investigation director James...

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