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On Monday, Lewinsky shared the piece again on Twitter in what seemed to be a gentle response to the Clinton interview , writing: "Grateful to the myriad people who have helped me evolve + gain perspective in the past 20 years". Kennedy and Lyndon B. Johnson, also were suspected of having extramarital affairs and that it was in the past. If the facts were the same today , I wouldn't [do things differently].
  • Supreme Court rules for Colorado baker in

    Supreme Court rules for Colorado baker in "gay wedding" cake case

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    That justice could be an anti-LGBT pick as opposed to Kennedy, who has authored major gay rights decisions . Phillips filed a petition before the U.S. Kennedy's opinion can be read in part as a model of avoiding the hardest issues raised by a case. "I tried to respectfully apologize that I couldn't create this cake", he said.
  • Kim Jong Un Has Fired Top 3 Military Officials

    Kim Jong Un Has Fired Top 3 Military Officials

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    Syrian President Bashar al-Assad said he'll meet with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un in North Korea. The appointments could not be immediately confirmed . Then he was tapped to lead the party's Pyongyang chamber in early 2014, a job which Madden said was meant for "housecleaning" the administration of Jang's confidants.
  • Trudeau Is ‘Overreacting’ to Trump Tariffs, Kudlow Says

    Trudeau Is ‘Overreacting’ to Trump Tariffs, Kudlow Says

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    Trump has singled out Canada for his rhetorical fury: The U.S. President has blasted Ottawa far more than Mexico or any of the European Union countries that he also hit with levies. Using the auto tariff as an example, The Wall Street Journal estimates that although a 25 percent tariff on USA imports of automobiles and parts from all countries may create an additional 92,400 auto-related jobs in the United States, close to 300,000 jobs will be lost as the effect of the tariff ripples ...
  • New Catalan leader wants independence talks with new Spanish PM

    New Catalan leader wants independence talks with new Spanish PM

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    Catalonia's new leader, Mr Quim Torra, said he was committed to achieving independence for the region and wants to enter talks with Mr Sanchez. Spain's socialist leader Pedro Sanchez prepares to take the oath during the swearing in ceremony at the Zarzuela Palace on the outskirts of Madrid .
  • Suspected cop killer caught in Tennessee after dayslong manhunt

    Suspected cop killer caught in Tennessee after dayslong manhunt

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    Stewart said Burch got out of his vehicle, and then noticed the man's tattoos and "knew he had his guy". The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation said received more than 139 tips in the case. Authorities did not describe the relationship between Wiggins and Castro-Miles. Rewards totaling $46,000 had been offered for information leading to his arrest.
  • Facebook let SIXTY companies have 'deep access personal data about users'

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    Who still has access and why? Beginning in 2014, Facebook began ending the access app developers had to users' friends data, which included names, birthdays, and even political or religious leanings. Now this new scandal could add fuel to the fire, as the data being shared with device manufacturers includes information that people set to private. It doesn't think it's violated the FTC deal, but former FTC official Jessica Rich told the Times that "under Facebook's interpretation, the ...
  • Plans to give NI joint United Kingdom and European Union status - United Kingdom official

    Plans to give NI joint United Kingdom and European Union status - United Kingdom official

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    Prime Minister Theresa May said she could never agree to that as it would "threaten the constitutional integrity of the United Kingdom by creating a customs and regulatory border down the Irish Sea". In this case, the region will be able to trade with both sides. Asked if there was any truth in a report by The Sunday Times that a failure to reach agreement with the European Union would cause Armageddon in Britain, the spokesman told reporters: "A significant amount of work and ...
  • Will hurricane season be a blockbuster? 6 expected to form in Atlantic

    Will hurricane season be a blockbuster? 6 expected to form in Atlantic

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    Despite having a pattern that favours less development of hurricanes compared to past year, those along the East Coast of the US and Atlantic Canada should not let their guard down. Steve Pfaff, a warning coordination meteorologist in the National Weather Service's (NWS) Wilmington office, is anxious the 178,290 residents who have never seen how a Category 3 or stronger storm impacts the Cape Fear region won't be able to fathom its effects.
  • North Korea 'military reshuffle' raises eyebrows in Seoul

    North Korea 'military reshuffle' raises eyebrows in Seoul

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    The U.S. official, who spoke on Sunday on condition of anonymity, was commenting on a report by South Korea's Yonhap news agency that all three of the North's top military officials were believed to have been replaced . The map showing the area gazetted as a special event area for the Trump-Kim summit. The White House, State Department, CIA and Office of the Director of National Intelligence did not respond immediately to requests for official comment.
  • Guatemala Volcano Erupts, Killing at Least 6

    Guatemala Volcano Erupts, Killing at Least 6

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    The charred bodies of victims laid on the steaming, ashen remnants of a pyroclastic flow as rescuers attended to badly injured victims. The volcano erupted previously this year, in February. Lava streamed down the streets of a village as emergency crews searched homes looking for trapped residents, another local news outlet reported. Ash was falling on the Guatemala City area as well as the areas of Sacatepequez, Chimaltenango and Escuintla, which are in south-central Guatemala around ...
  • China condemns US comment on disputed Island

    China condemns US comment on disputed Island

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    Trump threw the status of the talks into doubt last week by renewing a threat to raise tariffs on $50 billion of Chinese goods over complaints that Beijing steals or pressures foreign companies to hand over technology. South Korea and Japan have expressed concern that Trump may put USA security interests ahead of theirs in pursuing a deal with North Korea. Beijing's claims to more than 90 per cent of the South China Sea overlap with several of its neighbours' and in recent months it has ...
  • North Korea's top military officials replaced

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    Army General Kim Su Gil's replacement of Kim Jong Gak as director of the KPA's General Political Bureau was confirmed in a North Korean state media report last month when Kim Su Gil accompanied North Korea's Kim Jong Un on a field guidance trip to a beach tourist zone with other officials.
  • Lava from Guatemala volcano kills at least 7

    Lava from Guatemala volcano kills at least 7

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    Eddy Sanchez, director of the country's seismology and volcanology institute, said the flows reached temperatures of about 700C. A search was underway for the missing, though first responders efforts were hindered by the lava flow, officials said.
  • Trump says Mueller leaking documents to press on goal

    Trump says Mueller leaking documents to press on goal

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    Brooke Singman is a Politics Reporter for Fox News. Mueller, whose investigation already has led to criminal charges against Trump campaign aides including former campaign chairman Paul Manafort , is also looking into whether Trump unlawfully sought to obstruct the Russian Federation investigation.
  • Rudy Giuliani: Trump ‘probably’ has the power to pardon himself

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    Trump's lawyers argued in a letter to the special counsel that the president could not have obstructed the probe given the powers granted to him by the Constitution, the New York Times reported on Saturday. But that's all the president's decision. He is telling the truth. He went on: "I think the political ramifications of that would be tough. It's not that simple".
  • Berlin police shoot man waving knife inside cathedral

    Berlin police shoot man waving knife inside cathedral

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    German police put a stop to a man waving a knife and going on a "rampage" at a Berlin Cathedral on Sunday by shooting him in the legs. A man was rioting in the cathedral with a knife. Deutsche Welle journalist Dana Regev has tweeted that the police do not now suspect a terrorist motive, and are describing the suspect as a "hooligan" in his fifties.