• Former Senate Intel aide indicted in DOJ leak case
Former Senate Intel aide indicted in DOJ leak case

The Associated Press notes, "Though Wolfe is not charged with disclosing classified information, prosecutors say he was in regular contact with multiple journalists who covered the committee , including meeting them at restaurants, in bars, private residences and in a Senate office building".

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  • Colin Kaepernick's lawyers reportedly look to subpoena President Trump
Colin Kaepernick's lawyers reportedly look to subpoena President Trump

If they turn down a voluntary deposition, the players' lawyers plan to subpoena the politicians, according to a person close to the grievance. He wants to hear from these players so they can recommend to him people deserving of pardons. "It's divisive and it's frightful". They have the option to remain in the locker room for the anthem if they ch...

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  • So close but so far: Premier prize eludes NDP's Andrea Horwath
So close but so far: Premier prize eludes NDP's Andrea Horwath

The contest in the province that is Canada's economic engine and home to Toronto, the country's largest city, has been reduced to a fight between Ford and the left-learning New Democratic Party, after Liberal leader Kathleen Wynne , premier since 2013, dropped to a distant third in the polls.

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  • McConnell Cancels August Recess Due to 'Historic Obstruction by Senate Democrats'
McConnell Cancels August Recess Due to 'Historic Obstruction by Senate Democrats'

They hurt American workers, families, and employers. They should be trying to make a deal on immigration reform that beefs up border security and gives legal status to those covered by DACA. But for Republicans, who labored furiously behind the scenes in March to defang the administration's metal and aluminum tariff proposal, it is a struggle that ...

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  • Trump says he may pardon late boxing great Muhammad Ali
Trump says he may pardon late boxing great Muhammad Ali

Ali - who died in 2016 - refused to fight in the war when the government tried to conscript him in 1967, citing his religious beliefs and opposition to the U.S. The Supreme Court would overturn his conviction in 1971. Ali died in June 2016 at age 74. Just this week, he commuted the sentence of Alice Marie Johnson, a 65-year-old woman who had ...

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  • At least 99 dead as Guatemala volcano threatens new eruptions
At least 99 dead as Guatemala volcano threatens new eruptions

Ascon said other family members were still unaccounted for. It is expected that some of the missing are among the unidentified bodies, Cabanas said, according to ABC News. Before he and his family were ultimately rescued, they managed to make their way to an upper floor of a concrete home. "Nobody wants to go back there".

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  • ‘Absurdity and horror’: School uses nursery rhyme to teach kindergarten about lockdowns
‘Absurdity and horror’: School uses nursery rhyme to teach kindergarten about lockdowns

In a haunting twitter post, the mother of a soon-to-be kindergarten student posted a rhyme that had been taped up in their child's classroom telling children to hide and be quiet. 'The school is doing exactly what they need to be doing, and I am glad for it, ' she said. "As much as we would prefer that school lockdowns not be a part of the educ...

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  • Can you spot the alligator stealthily lurking in this unknowing family's garden?
Can you spot the alligator stealthily lurking in this unknowing family's garden?

Six-year-old Timmy was cooling himself down on a slip and slide with an inflatable alligator, not realising an actual alligator was sitting and watching. Ms Mojica added that she does daily "gator checks" before allowing her children to play in the backyard. Oblivious to the danger, Ms Mojica continues her (now ironic) commentary: 'Wrangling gato...

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  • Afghan president announces weeklong cease-fire with Taliban
Afghan president announces weeklong cease-fire with Taliban

Ghani said in a message posted to his Twitter account that the truce would offer the Taliban an opportunity to "introspect (sic) that their violent campaign is not wining them hearts and minds but further alienating the #Afghan people from their cause".

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  • Korean woman missing in far north Queensland found alive
Korean woman missing in far north Queensland found alive

She ended up stranded at a rocky waterfall after crawling through the Bush. In this image taken from the Australian Broadcasting Corporation video, South Korean backpacker Joohee Han , 25, center, is assisted to a hospital after being rescued by helicopter, Thursday, June 7, 2018, in Tully , Queensland , Australia.

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  • Duterte will quit 'if enough women protest' against his kiss
Duterte will quit 'if enough women protest' against his kiss

But feminists called it his " perverted way " of taunting female critics who are angered by frequent derogatory comments, some of a sexual nature. "If there are enough women to". Mr Duterte's controversial remarks about women include numerous jokes about rape that have incensed activists and foreigners, most notably, Ms Chelsea Clinton, the daugh...

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  • Students at a Pennsylvania School Were Given Bulletproof Shields for Their Backbacks
Students at a Pennsylvania School Were Given Bulletproof Shields for Their Backbacks

Unequal Technologies President Rob Vito handed out the shields to the students during the graduation ceremony. Vito's daughter attends St. Cornelius, a private school that offers kindergarten through 8th grade in quiet Chadds Ford, about 30 miles west of Philadelphia.

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  • President Trump Grants Clemency to Alice Johnson After Kim Kardashian Meeting
President Trump Grants Clemency to Alice Johnson After Kim Kardashian Meeting

Shortly after their highly publicized meeting , Trump granted clemency to Johnson, who was released from prison earlier this week. Kardashian West shared Johnson's enthusiasm. Upon her release, the 63-year-old great grandmother was greeted outside Alabama's Aliceville Federal Correctional Institution by more than a dozen family members.

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  • The Primaries Were Important Last Night - Here Are The Key Takeaways
The Primaries Were Important Last Night - Here Are The Key Takeaways

California Democrats claimed critical spots in the November general election as they try to begin a "blue wave" of replacing Republican congressional representatives in key Southland districts. Much of Tuesday's focus was on California, however. Trump tweeted his congratulations and expressed optimism: "Great night for Republicans!" Republica...

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  • Wreckage Of Missing Kenyan Plane Located
Wreckage Of Missing Kenyan Plane Located

Aerial search teams spotted the wreckage of the single turboprop engine aircraft, which was carrying eight passengers and two pilots, atop the Aberdare Range, a mountain in central Kenya, said Paul Maringa, principal secretary at the ministry of transport.

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  • 25 killed in in Guatemala volcano eruption, 1.7mn residents affected
25 killed in in Guatemala volcano eruption, 1.7mn residents affected

Residents of El Rodeo, about eight miles (12 kilometers) downslope from the crater, said they were caught unaware by the fast-moving hot ash and rock when the volcano west of Guatemala City exploded Sunday , sending towering clouds into the air.

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  • UM breaks into Top 100 in World University Rankings
UM breaks into Top 100 in World University Rankings

For the last two years, Duke has climbed in the Quacquarelli Symonds World University Rankings-rising from 29 in 2016 to 21 in 2018. This report coincides with the figures revealed by the recent QS report, recognising the Dubai-Sharjah-Ajman region among the world's top 100 destinations for students.

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  • South African man gets three life sentences for axe murders of family
South African man gets three life sentences for axe murders of family

Judge Siraj Desai described 23-year-old Henri van Breda's January 2015 rampage as "savage and vicious" with "an nearly unprecedented degree of disregard for one's family". "You had the support of family and, more importantly, they had the means to assist you in your future endeavours, and it seems to me they would have done so".

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  • Protests continue despite ordered tax bill review in Jordan
Protests continue despite ordered tax bill review in Jordan

King Abdullah instructed the government to immediately launch a dialogue about the income tax draft law in coordination with the Parliament, the political parties, the professional associations and the civil society organisations. "We want to change the path, not the individuals", he said. "For us, our cause is the draft income tax law". Jordania...

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  • Judge Orders EPA Chief to Provide Evidence Backing His Climate Claims
Judge Orders EPA Chief to Provide Evidence Backing His Climate Claims

Neither the EPA or Chick-fil-A officials returned requests for comment. Founded in Atlanta, the Chick-fil-A chain is known for incorporating Christianity into its business code, including shutting down nationwide on Sundays. "Sarah has been a tremendous leader within the agency, overseeing the start of the WOTUS rewrite as well as playing a vital...

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