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  • S. Korea's Moon slams North missile launch as 'reckless provocation'

    The launch is the first since a new liberal president took office in South Korea on Wednesday, saying dialog as well as pressure must be used to ease tensions on the Korean peninsula and stop the North's weapons pursuit. South Korea's Yonhap News Agency reported the missile traveled about 435 miles. It was launched near Kusung and landed in the Sea of Japan. The Trump administration has called North Korean ballistic and nuclear efforts unacceptable and has swung between threats of military ...

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  • Western Conference finals begin in Anaheim

    Western Conference finals begin in Anaheim

    It is incredible how this team's defense really can turn into its best offense . That's not exactly how it happened , though. Again, the Penguins won, this time 2-0. But it was good enough for us to get the win. Pittsburgh still leads the series 3-2 going home for Game 6 Monday night, so the pressure remains on Presidents' Trophy-winning Washington, but finally cracking Fleury could make all the difference.

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  • CNN's Gregory Ties 'Misogyny,' FBI 'Hatred' to Clinton Loss

    CNN's Gregory Ties 'Misogyny,' FBI 'Hatred' to Clinton Loss

    Comey said he met with his investigative team on October 27, where they showed him metadata from Weiner's computer that included "thousands of Secretary Clinton's e-mails on that device, including what they thought might be the missing emails from her first three months of secretary of State".

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  • National Ad Buy Boosts House GOPers Who Supported Obamacare Repeal Bill

    Such a scenario would force the House and Senate to work together to forge a compromise bill. Al Franken, D-Minn., was elected in a special election in Minnesota and longtime Sen. Ryan, for instance, offered a spirited defense of the House bill on ABC's "This Week" as he was peppered with questions about the possibility of sharp premium increases for people with preexisting conditions and the worry that many people on Medicaid will lose their coverage.

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  • Happy Mother's Day to all

    Happy Mother's Day to all

    I suppose if I have to rank the things that I miss most , it would be that I miss the things that she is missing. "It's important to feel included", Johnson said. I'll piece together a bunch of the responses to share back with you , and we'll find a nifty prize or two (random draw) from our sales crew to give away for you or your mom.

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  • This is not a drill

    This is not a drill

    In another tweet, Trump had said the solution was to hand out "written responses" to the press. "First of all, you have a level of hostility that's incredible, and it's very unfair". You know, look, it's politics". Despite the controversy over Comey's firing, Mr. Trump said his week was "great", and he said "there's no good time to fire someone".

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  • Donald Trump, Rodrigo Duterte Get Chummy

    Donald Trump, Rodrigo Duterte Get Chummy

    The United States is the Philippines' former colonial ruler and the nations are bound by a mutual defence treaty. Criticizing Trump's invitation to Duterte, Senator Murphy tweeted , "We are watching in real time as the American human rights bully pulpit disintegrates into ash".

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  • Emma Watson MTV Movie Awards 2017

    Watson said that her beloved character Belle is an important figure for women to look up to. Emma Watson's award for Best Actor in a Movie at the 2017 MTV Awards marks the first time someone has been awarded a major, non-gender specific acting award.

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  • Trump hopes to nominate new Federal Bureau of Investigation director quickly

    Amid questions of why it took 18 days to fire Michael Flynn, President Donald Trump said he didn't feel a sense of urgency in firing his national security adviser based on conversations with top administration lawyers. The White House has provided no set timeline for the process of replacing Comey. On Saturday, officials planned to interview McCabe, Republican Sen.

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  • Colbert gleefully responds 'I won' to insults from Trump

    After a monologue that poked fun at the Trump administration's changing narrative on why Federal Bureau of Investigation director James Comey was sacked, Colbert acknowledged Trump's shots at him. "The only episode that got better ratings was the night I had Jeb Bush on". Image via YouTube.comTwo days later, " The Late Show " monologue was nearing 5 million views on his official channel.

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  • 4 killed in pro-Russian rebel attack in eastern Ukraine

    4 killed in pro-Russian rebel attack in eastern Ukraine

    The Ukrainian military said in a statement the shelling had been carried out by rebels using artillery banned under the terms of the Minsk peace deal. Last month, a paramedic working for the European security watchdog OSCE's monitoring mission in eastern Ukraine was killed and two others were injured when their vehicle struck a mine in a rebel-controlled area.

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  • Italy, Portugal lead the pack as Kiev hosts Eurovision final

    Italy, Portugal lead the pack as Kiev hosts Eurovision final

    He said: "We live in a world of disposable music, fast food music without content and I think this can be a victory for music that means something". "Music is not fireworks", Sobral said after winning, in protest against the pyrotechnics and exaggerated stage shows that have characterized Eurovision for years.

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  • Estados Unidos firmó acuerdo comercial con China

    La Franja y la Ruta cuenta con el apoyo de más de 100 países e instituciones internacionales, que suponen más del 60 por ciento de la población mundial y una tercera parte de la producción económica global. Para las compañías de Occidente, la Iniciativa de la Franja y la Ruta les presenta 'negocios multinacionales con posibilidades históricas', de acuerdo a un artículo publicado en línea por Forbes en febrero.

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  • EE UU listo para ayudar a las naciones víctimas

    EE UU listo para ayudar a las naciones víctimas

    La vulnerabilidad, llamada EternalBlue, fue descubierta desde hace algún tiempo y Microsoft dispuso, desde el 14 de marzo, de un 'parche' para solucionar los inconvenientes de seguridad. El Departamento de Seguridad Nacional está dispuesto a apoyar cualquier solicitud de asistencia de un socio internacional o nacional", dijo. El Gobierno de Estados Unidos afirmó ayer que está "preparado" para ayudar a los países víctimas de una oleada de ciberataques que ha afectado a decenas de ...

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  • Luis Miguel logra un acuerdo con su exrepresentante

    Luis Miguel logra un acuerdo con su exrepresentante

    Nació en San Juan de Puerto Rico , aunque la mayor parte de su vida la pasó en Ciudad de México , la cuna de la carrera de Luis Miguel . Después de que el caso se trasladara de Nueva York a Los Ángeles , el tribunal advirtió al cantante el pasado 24 de marzo que si no se presentaba el 17 de abril a la audiencia programada, ordenaría su detención por sus repetidas evasivas a comparecer ante la corte.

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  • Melissa McCarthy spotted driving a motorized podium as Sean Spicer

    The second-to-last episode of the season features Melissa McCarthy , and SNL (not to mention the comedian herself) is not missing an opportunity to get fans revved up for her performance during a week of political bombshells. "I feel like my dad and Sean Spicer had a baby and it's me". But she wasn't done yet. You weren't seeing things if you thought you spotted White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer outside CNN's New York City offices Friday.

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  • Zabaleta to leave Manchester City

    It's been an interesting season for Yaya Toure, one that has seen him battle his way back into Pep Guardiola's first-team plans after being exiled by his former Barcelona boss at the start of the season - to the extent that he didn't make his first Premier League appearance until November.

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  • Trump urges grads to draw lessons from his outsider status

    Trump's visit to the Lynchburg, Virginia, school marks his first extended public appearance since his Tuesday firing of FBI Director James Comey, who was investigating Russia's role in last year's USA presidential election and possible connections between Trump's campaign and the Russian government.

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  • Ryan Seacrest announced as new 'Live' co-host alongside Kelly Ripa

    Seacrest has previously hosted Live as a guest co-host five times. He'll also continue to host and executive producer E!'s Live from the Red Carpet award shows coverage. She claimed that she was the last to know about Strahan's move, and said its rollout was proof the network had work to do with respect to transparency.

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  • Palestinians hold local election in West Bank

    Polls were due to close at 7:00 pm and final results are expected on Sunday. Almost 800,000 Palestinians were anticipated to take part in the polls to elect representatives in 145 local councils in the West Bank, though no such elections are planned in the Hamas-administered Gaza Strip.

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  • Paris Jackson:

    Paris Jackson: "I'm usually naked when I garden"

    It helps her connect to the earth and is a "beautiful thing" that does not have to be seen as sexual, she said. Free nudity? Not at all the thing of Paris Jackson. The daughter of legend Michael Jackson, shared a topless photo sunbathing in her background, covering her chest with ladybird emojis. Jackson also reminded everyone on Snapchat that there are far more important things besides her tanning people should be anxious about, like entirely nude beaches, or you know, politics.

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  • Images of Trump's 100th Day Rally in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania

    Images of Trump's 100th Day Rally in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania

    The last time a President refused to attend the dinner was Ronald Reagan in 1981 who had been the source of an assassination attempt just a month previous. It was, of course, no surprise that Trump was a recurring thread through most of the day's speeches. Minhaj was welcomed by standing ovation when he said, "Only in America a first-generation Indian-American Muslim kid can get on a stage and make a fun of the President ".

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  • Here's what to expect from the NEXT Guardians of the Galaxy films

    Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 2 is set to release after about three years of the first movie's debut. The nostalgic soundtrack makes a return, as does the generous heaping of wit and humour which separates Marvel's outings from DC's. Again, without spoiling anything, be prepared to switch allegiances more than you'd expect. Until that spinoff is officially announced, we'll just be over here playing with our Groot and Rocket action figures, thanks! Yeah, I said it.

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  • Streaker invades Eurovision stage during live final

    Clambering on stage and reaching for his belt, the overexcited reveller turned around and waved his butt for a worldwide audience of millions - before security guards crash-tackled him off the stage. Wearing a long flowing red dress, The Voice Australia victor looked confident performing in front of a 50-second-long waterfall of fireworks, the longest in Eurovision history.

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  • Cornyn among 4 interviewing for Federal Bureau of Investigation director

    John Cornyn (R-Tex.); acting FBI Director Andrew McCabe; Alice Fisher , a white-collar defense lawyer who previously led the Justice Department's criminal division; Michael J. Rogers, a Republican, is also a former Federal Bureau of Investigation special agent. A group of current and former FBI officials endorsed Rogers on Saturday, noting his career as an FBI Special Agent and his tenure in Congress.

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