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Michelle Obama Wishes Barack a Happy 56th Birthday!

Michelle Obama Wishes Barack a Happy 56th Birthday!

In the photos, Obama, then an IL state senator, is pictured blowing out a "43" candle on his birthday cake - with a little help from his wife and young daughters. "Thank you! Enjoy your day". Barack and Michelle Obama have been seeing Do the Right Thing Spike Lee for their first appointment. "Congratulations on your wedding". Read More

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Conrad Roy's Family Breaks Silence After Michelle Carter's Sentencing

Conrad Roy's Family Breaks Silence After Michelle Carter's Sentencing

Regarding the sentencing, Medwed said his impression was that the judge was trying to make sure that Carter, then 17, served time near her home by assigning her to a county and not state facility. He's watching us from above. Carter encouraged him over text messages and phone calls to take his life. On July 12, 2014, a day before Roy was found dead, Carter wrote: "So I guess you aren't gonna do it then, all that for nothing". Read More

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Slain DNC staffer's family praises lawsuit

Slain DNC staffer's family praises lawsuit

Wheeler apparently did so and didn't make much progress, but he did find out enough to realize that subsequent Fox News stories on the case were untrue. "Mr. Wheeler did not write or approve the response". "I'm not sure, Peter", Sanders said. Fox retracted Zimmerman's article a week after it was posted, saying it did not meet their reporting standards. Read More

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Secretary of State Tillerson Travel to the Philippines, Thailand, and Malaysia

Secretary of State Tillerson Travel to the Philippines, Thailand, and Malaysia

Secretary of State Rex Tillerson is sitting on almost $80 million set aside for the State Department to combat propaganda from Russian Federation and terrorists groups - and most of it will expire if he doesn't act soon. "Neither the president nor I are very happy about that", Tillerson said of the sanctions bill. In a wide-ranging assessment of his first six months in office, Tillerson laments the sour state of relations with Russian Federation and points to Russia's move to kick out many ... Read More

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Daily Telegraph accidentally publishes story saying Prince Philip is dead

Daily Telegraph accidentally publishes story saying Prince Philip is dead

He was also met with cheers as he was handed the Challenge baton. The title, owned by Rupert Murdoch's News UK, posted a story online with the headline: " Prince Philip dead at 95, how did the Duke of Edinburgh die, etc etc". While Prince Philip's life had not turned out as expected, Brandreth said the duke once told him: "I tried to make the best of it". "However, Palace insiders have said the Duke specified he wanted a "low key" funeral at St George's Chapel, Windsor Castle, where ... Read More

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Safely view the solar eclipse

Safely view the solar eclipse

The last total solar eclipse visible in the United States was in 1979. The UNF Astronomy Club along with the Society of Physics Students and the American Chemical Society are traveling to SC to see the eclipse in its totality. A viewing party hosted by Campus Life from 1:30 p.m.to 3 p.m.at the amphitheater. That's why Little Shop made 50,000 pairs of sun-safe, disposable eclipse-viewing glasses. Read More

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Spokeswoman: Trump 'joking' when he told police to be 'rough' on suspects

Spokeswoman: Trump 'joking' when he told police to be 'rough' on suspects

According to the Washington Post , Donald Trump thinks that because he didn't do anything wrong, he can't obstruct the criminal investigation into Russian electoral meddling. In New York, Police Commissioner James O'Neill said in a statement that to "suggest that police officers apply any standard in the use of force other than what is reasonable and necessary is irresponsible, unprofessional and sends the wrong message to law enforcement as well as the public". Read More

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19 countries officially apply to host the EMA; 8 chase EBA

19 countries officially apply to host the EMA; 8 chase EBA

Ireland has submitted its formal bid to relocate the European Medicines Agency (EMA ) from London to Dublin. Races for the jobs and prestige associated with hosting European Union agencies often become heated, but this diplomatic contest risks weakening the unity of the EU's 27 remaining states in the midst of delicate two-year Brexit talks that started in March. Read More

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PM Nawaz Sharif Resigns: Younger Brother Shahbaz Tipped As Successor After him

PM Nawaz Sharif Resigns: Younger Brother Shahbaz Tipped As Successor After him

Reports suggested the PML-N would nominate another MP to serve as interim prime minister for the 45-day period during which the ruling party can prove its majority in Parliament and elect a new leader of the House. Although political watchers expect political crisis and tensions between the PML-N and the opposition parties, Nawaz Sharif adopted a soft and reconciliation tone when he spoke to reporters after he presided over a meeting to choose his successor. Read More

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One dead after knife attack at German supermarket

One dead after knife attack at German supermarket

The man stabbed a customer to death before hurting several others as he fled, and German newspaper Bild reports he shouted "God is great" in Arabic. "First reports about a possible robbery can not be confirmed so far", he said. Witnesses followed the man and managed to restrain him until police arrived and arrested him. Read More

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Capito votes against straight repeal of ACA

Capito votes against straight repeal of ACA

The state waivers would have built on an existing Obamacare program that allows states to pursue their own health care plans. More moderate GOP senators have said they fear repealing without an immediate replacement because it could generate even more uncertainty in the American insurance market. Read More

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Trump has blessed huge military aircraft carrier

Trump has blessed huge military aircraft carrier

Construction of the aircraft carrier began on November 13, 2009, just under three years after Ford's death on December 26, 2006. A commissioning is a day of celebration, and honors the dedication, team work, and collaboration of Sailors, legislators, shipbuilders, program managers, and the ship's sponsor in delivering the ship to the fleet. Read More

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French armed forces chief quits over Macron's defence budget cuts

French armed forces chief quits over Macron's defence budget cuts

In his first political test at home, Macron, the youngest head of state in France's modern history, stressed that despite the planned spending cut, the defence budget "will protect the country". A fierce row broke out last week between the two men just two months after Macron was elected, and just as France prepared for the military pomp of a July 14 Bastille Day parade where Macron's USA counterpart Donald Trump was the guest of honour. Read More

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Liverpool Seal £10M Andrew Robertson Deal

Liverpool Seal £10M Andrew Robertson Deal

KEVIN STEWART has flown home from Liverpool's tour of Hong Kong with a view to joining Hull City for £8million. Liverpool were even linked with Robertson a year ago ( Mirror ) but the move did not happen. Robertson, a 15-time capped Scotland global, impressed in his 33 Premier League appearances for Hull last season but could not prevent their relegation to the Championship . Read More

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Palestinian Shot Dead By Israeli Army In Hebron Area

Palestinian Shot Dead By Israeli Army In Hebron Area

Tensions have soared since Friday. According to Palestinian eyewitnesses, Israeli soldiers responded with a barrage of bullets, killing the driver. The Waqf also said in a statement on Wednesday that "the longer Israel delays the removal of the metal detectors , the worse it is going to get" as more Palestinian worshippers converge outside of Damascus and Lion's Gates in occupied East Jerusalem for prayers. Read More

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CM Siddaramaiah in a fix after appointing committee to design Karnataka flag

CM Siddaramaiah in a fix after appointing committee to design Karnataka flag

The Karnataka government's decision to form a committee to look into the demand is a departure from the stand taken by the state's earlier BJP (Hindu nationalist) government. People of Karnataka have been using an unofficial flag since the 1960s during a pro-Kannada agitation. If the state government does have its way, Karnataka will become the second state after Jammu and Kashmir to have its own flag. Read More

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Palestinian worshippers hurt in clash with Israeli police in Jerusalem

Palestinian worshippers hurt in clash with Israeli police in Jerusalem

Hundreds of Muslim worshippers visited a Jerusalem holy site Sunday after Israel reopened the compound following a rare closure in response to a deadly shooting last week that raised concerns about wider unrest. Jerusalem police commissioner Yoram Halevi said on the Israel Radio that Jerusalem is now quiet, and defended security checks. The compound was reopened Sunday after Israel implemented additional security measures, including metal detectors at the compound to prevent further ... Read More

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