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May's vulnerability in parliament, where she lost her Conservative Party's majority in an ill-judged election past year, was laid bare on Monday, when her decision to accept the demands of pro-Brexit lawmakers stirred a rebellion among those who want to keep the closest possible ties in the EU.
  • Rain sticks around in Central Georgia

    Rain sticks around in Central Georgia

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    Wednesday and Thursday will be both be mostly sunny with a high in the low-80s. Today . Mostly cloudy. Showers/storms likely. Variably cloudy, warm and humid with showers and thunderstorms, some which may cause flooding. Lows in the lower 70s. Confidence is high that this weekend will be dry however differences in the models on if we stay around 90 or get into the middle 90s is in question.
  • Trump Says 'No Reason To Believe' Russia Hacked US Election

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    Putin said the United States and Russian Federation could collaborate to "establish peace and reconciliation" in Syria, with Trump adding by working together to end the conflict, the U.S. "You have groups that are wondering why the Federal Bureau of Investigation never took the server ", he said, referring to the Democratic National Committee's server that was hacked .
  • Russian charged with infiltrating American political organizations

    Russian charged with infiltrating American political organizations

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    The DOJ added, "The court filings detail the Russian official's and Butina's efforts for Butina to act as an agent of Russia inside the United States by developing relationships with USA persons and infiltrating organizations having influence in American politics, for the objective of advancing the interests of the Russian Federation".
  • Have the guts to meet me, Gerry Adams tells attackers

    Have the guts to meet me, Gerry Adams tells attackers

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    Adams tweeted that no one was injured in the attack on his home, but that a auto in his driveway had been damaged. Mr Adams said if those involved in the attack "have the gumption to sneak up on our homes" then "they or their representatives should come and meet me".
  • Donald Trump denies collusion, says Russian Federation probe 'a disaster' for US

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    Hours later, he said he has great relations with Merkel. "Nothing would be easier politically than to refuse to meet, to refuse to engage, but that would not accomplish anything". Mr Trump also continued to deny that there had been any other collusion between his campaign and Russians, declaring: "We ran a brilliant campaign and that's why I'm President".
  • Lava flies through roof of Hawaii tour boat, injuring 13

    Lava flies through roof of Hawaii tour boat, injuring 13

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    The "lava bomb" hit the roof of the Hawaii Lava Boat Tours vessel near the town of Kapoho, Hawaii's Department of Land and Natural Resources said. Officials told HNN there were 52 people - 49 passengers and three crew members - aboard the tour boat during Monday morning's incident.
  • WhatsApp rebellion: ex-minister rallies Brexit hawks against UK PM May

    WhatsApp rebellion: ex-minister rallies Brexit hawks against UK PM May

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    The battle over the amendments is unlikely to be the last that May and her team will have to face. Brexit supporters had targeted the government's customs legislation, hoping to toughen up her plans to leave the EU. Speaking in favour of the United Kingdom having its own customs and trade arrangements, Davis said: "The European Union is a slow and not very effective negotiator of free trade agreements, we keep hearing about their negotiating power, their size".
  • Donald Trump Good Morning Britain: Piers Morgan grills US President on Brexit

    Donald Trump Good Morning Britain: Piers Morgan grills US President on Brexit

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    Steve Bannon, Trump's former adviser, was even quoted by Britain's Daily Telegraph as saying that it was now time for Mr Johnson to challenge Mrs May for her job. She is so sharp. She was unbelievable! Such a wonderful lady and so attractive! "She's a very special person". During an uproarious trip to Europe, Mr Trump has harangued members of the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation military alliance, scolded Germany for its dependence on Russian energy, and shocked Britain by publicly ...
  • Trump administration files World Trade Organization complaint against Canada’s retaliatory tariffs

    Trump administration files World Trade Organization complaint against Canada’s retaliatory tariffs

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    Lighthizer argues that instead of working with the Trump administration to address a common problem, some US trading partners have chosen to retaliate with tariffs aimed at punishing American workers, farmers and companies. Canada's Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland. "Despite the heated global rhetoric around trade and associated financial market volatility, China's export sector performed well in the second quarter of the year and will probably prove quite resilient under the ...
  • North Koreans Finally Meet with US General on Return of Troop Remains

    North Koreans Finally Meet with US General on Return of Troop Remains

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    President aimed at opening up a new future between the DPRK and the US will surely come to fruition", the letter reads. But Trump has continued to insist that his administration is making progress with regards to North Korea. The messaging was somewhat of a theme over the weekend with two other North Korean outlets - DPRK Today and Uriminzokkiri - filing similar reports criticizing US media for raising doubts about the North's intention to fulfill its commitment for denuclearization.
  • Theresa May faces Commons showdown with Brexit rebels

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    Prime Minister Theresa May faces potentially highly damaging attacks from both sides in parliament this week over plans for Britain's future trading relationship with the European Union after Brexit. The former Education Secretary labelled the Prime Minister's Brexit deal a "fudge", and called for a second referendum on leaving the EU. "The reality is parliament is now stalemated".
  • Putin Does Not Deny That Russia Has 'Compromising Information' On Trump

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    Trump and Putin touched on issues that included tensions on the Korean peninsula and the situation in Syria during their summit, Putin said . Brennan served as director of the Central Intelligence Agency from 2013 through January 2017. Republican Sen. Lindsey Graham, a Putin critic, tweeted: "if it were me, I'd check the soccer ball for listening devices and never allow it in the White House".
  • Trump Declares EU a 'Foe,' Alongside Russia and China

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    US President Donald Trump's statements have steadily become standing jokes that American late night hosts take deep pleasure in dissecting to their fullest potential. China is a foe economically, certainly they are a foe. "They want to do well and we want to do well", he added. "You know I love those countries". Danish defense minister Claus Hjort Frederiksen said North Atlantic Treaty Organisation allies "live with the uncertainty", of how Trump operates, triggering other leaders to ...
  • Trump raps UK Brexit policy as damaging push

    Trump raps UK Brexit policy as damaging push

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    She endured a torrid week which began with the resignations of the Brexit Secretary David Davis and the Foreign Minister Boris Johnson . "Don't abandon the negotiations, because then you'll really be stuck", Theresa May said when speaking to the BBC .
  • IN man, 59, arrested in 1988 murder of eight-year-old girl

    IN man, 59, arrested in 1988 murder of eight-year-old girl

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    Miller answered "April Tinsley" and told police that he abducted the young girl on April 1, 1988 and took her to his trailer, where he said he sexually assaulted the young girl and choked her to death, according to court documents. For decades, the case remained cold, though periodically police received messages -such as graffiti on a barn and notes with DNA samples-from someone claiming to be her killer.