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Author: 0 Trump visit to Britain left out of Queen's speech

Minority governments are a rare occurrence in British parliamentary politics where the electoral system usually produces a governing majority. Others include a Civil Liability Bill, created to mitigate the "compensation culture" around motoring insurance claims, a bill focusing on domestic violence and abuse, and a bill preventing landlords from charging letting fees.

Global Media Clinton colluded with Democratic Party to beat Sanders
Author: 0 Clinton colluded with Democratic Party to beat Sanders

CNN explained that Trump referred to nearly 20,000 hacked Democratic National Committee (DNC) emails, released by WikiLeaks in 2016, in which supporters of Sanders complained about the party favoring the former secretary of state. Trump has denied all allegations of collusion. "By the way, if Russian Federation was working so hard on the 2016 Election, it all took place during the Obama Admin".

Author: 0 Military details USS Fitzgerald collision

The US guided-missile destroyer suffered severe damage to its starboard side, while the container ship sustained light damage. Their bodies were found a day later when the ship returned to port and divers scoured damaged areas of the 154-meter (500-foot) USS Fitzgerald , which was commissioned in 1995 and deployed in the Iraq war in 2003.

Author: 0 New White House chief usher moves from Trump hotel

Major players in the drone industry including drone service provider Trumbull Unmanned , drone maker Kespry and airspace management company AirMap were among the companies in attendance at Thursday's White House meeting. It is historically uncommon, but not unprecedented, for the first lady to turn to the hospitality industry to hire a chief usher . It's Timothy Harleth , who comes to the Trump White House from the Trump International Hotel down the street.

Global Media Feds looking into Bernie Sanders, wife over real estate deal
Author: 0 Feds looking into Bernie Sanders, wife over real estate deal

Jane Sanders resigned as president in the fall of 2011, and the small liberal arts college shut down in May 2016. Sanders and his wife. The loans were contingent on the college providing proof of a minimum commitment of $2.27 million in grants and donations prior to the closing...

Author: 0 Hit Those Big Shots With Today's Google Doodle

With the opener of the Women's World Cup in England yesterday, this digital tool came in handy as fans utilise the emojis in support of individual players and, or teams. Winfield had struck up a fine opening partnership with Tammy Beaumont following the retirement of Charlotte Edwards past year. But it's not the men who are chasing the ball in the field but women.

Author: 0 SpaceX kicks off rocket launch double feature

In addition to delivering the satellites, the Falcon had a secondary mission - attempt to land the first-stage motor on the droneship, " Just Read the Instructions ", positioned in Pacific Ocean. Grab your popcorn. Coming up this weekend: A rocket launch double feature. Another launch is scheduled on Sunday, June 25, which will put the organization on track with its goal to launch a total of 20 to 24 missions this year.

Global Media Northern Ireland party leader in talks with Conservatives
Author: 0 Northern Ireland party leader in talks with Conservatives

Sources close to the negotiations say about one billion pounds (1.27 billion US dollars) in concessions have been made to Northern Ireland's largest party in exchange for support from its 10 MPs on key votes in the House of Commons. DUP and Downing Street sources have said that the DUP's support would come in exchange for £1bn for Northern Ireland's block grant. Welsh First Minister Carwyn Jones tweeted that the deal "flies in the face of the commitment to build a more united country".

Global Media Restrictions lead to grumbling, but no boycotts, from White House press
Author: 0 Restrictions lead to grumbling, but no boycotts, from White House press

The Trump White House has imposed some of the most draconian restrictions on the news media in recent memory, from banning TV cameras during its daily briefings to cutting back the length and frequency of its sessions with reporters. The Trump White House had generally held that on days that that the president held a press conference or delivered a major speech that his face would be the only one that day on camera.

Author: 0 Jewish groups cancel meetings with Netanyahu in protest

In freezing the plan, Netanyahu backed away from an agreement reached in January 2016 after five years of negotiations, in which a space where men and women could pray together would be established at the southern end of the Western Wall.

Author: 0 How your favorite Muslim celebrities celebrated their Eid-Ul-Fitr

The party is also happy to observe that for the first time in several years, this year's Ramadan was devoid of the legendary "dumsor crisis" and killer economic conditions which make it uncomfortable for the Ghanaian Muslim in the exercise of this religious right.

Global Media Doctors Say Otto Warmbier Suffered 'Extensive' Brain Damage
Author: 0 Doctors Say Otto Warmbier Suffered 'Extensive' Brain Damage

The 22-year-old had spent more than a year in North Korean detention after being arrested for stealing a political poster from a hotel. Warmbier's family said they were told by North Korean officials, through contacts with American envoys, that Warmbier fell ill from botulism some time after his trial and lapsed into a coma after taking a sleeping pill, the Washington Post reported.

Author: 0 FLDS leader Lyle Jeffs arrested in South Dakota

FBI Special Agent in Charge Eric Barnhart said in Salt Lake City on Thursday that a tip led to Jeffs' capture at a recreation-area marina southwest of Sioux Falls. Jeffs had one legal wife, eight "spiritual wives", and almost 60 children according to the Salt Lake Tribune . John Huber, the U.S. Attorney for Utah said additional charges of fleeing could be added to the fraud charges.

Author: 0 Marriage Equality Coming to Australia 'Sooner Than Everyone Thinks'

This would upend the Turnbull government's policy of putting the issue to voters in a plebiscite, a route the opposition has blocked in the parliament. "To dump the plebiscite, to do anything without a plebiscite, would be a breach of faith with the people", he said. Asked why Mr Pyne would broach the topic, the treasurer said, "I don't know, you'd have to ask him".

Global Media NFL's 25 highest-paid players
Author: 0 NFL's 25 highest-paid players

Just the other day, the Oakland Raiders decided to make Derek Carr a very wealthy man with his long-term deal with the club. But it was Carr's focus not to rob the Raiders of their ability to continue rewarding their young talent. Plus, if Carr wants to talk smack about what he'd do in the finals seconds of one of the closest games in Super Bowl history, he'll have to you know - play in a Super Bowl.

Global Media Philando Castile family reaches $3M settlement in death
Author: 0 Philando Castile family reaches $3M settlement in death

Castile informed Yanez that he was carrying a concealed weapon, for which he had a permit. Little girl in vehicle when Philando Castile was shot attends his funeralThe shooting gained widespread attention after Castile's girlfriend, who was in the auto with her then-4-year-old daughter, livestreamed its gruesome aftermath on Facebook.

Global Media Portuguese radio says 25 people killed in forest fires
Author: 0 Portuguese radio says 25 people killed in forest fires

More than 350 soldiers have joined the 700 firefighters who have been struggling to put out the flames since Saturday. Distressing footage broadcast on Portuguese TV yesterday showed a woman being led away by her house, visibly upset and being given water to drink to save her from collapsing as she cried out, "My house, my house" against a backdrop of thick smoke and flames.

Global Media Taliban storm Afghan police compound; 1 police dead
Author: 0 Taliban storm Afghan police compound; 1 police dead

Earlier this month, the Taliban claimed responsibility for killing three U.S. soldiers in eastern Afghanistan . "Around 6:20 this morning a martyr attack was conducted by our mujahhidin against a special forces base in Gardez, Paktiya", he wrote, reporting often as a far greater balance than officials, of a "hundred Of the dead and wounded among the police ".