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To view the full article, register now. "This way, my sole concentration can be on this critically important matter for our country", Giuliani said in a statement. He said then that an interview "could have been worked out" already but things were complicated by the recent raid on Trump lawyer Michael Cohen's office, as well as the leak of the questions.
  • Germany, France, Britain to stay with Iran nuclear deal

    Germany, France, Britain to stay with Iran nuclear deal

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    Iran does not want "new tensions" in the Middle East, President Hassan Rouhani said Thursday in a telephone call with German Chancellor Angela Merkel , less than twenty four hours after Israel blamed his country for firing a barrage of rockets at the Golan Heights.
  • China regrets USA decision on Iran nuclear deal

    China regrets USA decision on Iran nuclear deal

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    Iran had struck the JCPoA ( Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action ) deal with the U.S., the UK, Russia , China , France and Germany after years of negotiations. "If you succeed in getting guarantees (from them), then, no problem, go ahead". " Iran is subject to the world's most robust nuclear verification regime", said International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) director-general Yukiya Amano.
  • President Trump suggests taking away journalists' credentials

    President Trump suggests taking away journalists' credentials

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    The Trump Administration has often taken an outwardly hostile stature toward the press that is credentialed to cover it, but the press generally has access to daily briefings and conversations with officials. They're going to be about 30 minutes late. As Berman notes, however: "We have taken Sarah Sanders' encouragement - and thank you for that - and reached out to the so-called appropriate venues and channels".
  • Meghan Markle wax figure unveiled at Madame Tussauds Museum in London

    Meghan Markle wax figure unveiled at Madame Tussauds Museum in London

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    For example, Prince William's wax figure as seen below. It's very apparent that her tiny bit of Hollywood fame has gone to her head. Below, find a timeline of how the royal wedding festivities will unfold on May 19 . According to insiders, Prince Harry has closely followed the progress of fix in the new house, because, as they say, "he can't wait to move there".
  • Syrian state media: Israeli missiles hit Syrian air defenses, radar

    Syrian state media: Israeli missiles hit Syrian air defenses, radar

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    On 8 April, Israeli missiles are alleged to have hit an airbase in Homs province - reportedly serving as an Iranian drone command centre and containing an advanced Iranian air defence system - killing seven Iranian personnel. Going against advice from European allies, he said he would reimpose economic sanctions that were lifted when the deal was signed in 2015. "The most reckless aspect of this is the absolute lack of an alternative strategy".
  • Don Blankenship devising ways to kneecap Patrick Morrisey's Senate bid

    Don Blankenship devising ways to kneecap Patrick Morrisey's Senate bid

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    State officials noted that West Virginia's "sore loser" law leaves Blankenship with virtually no option to run in the general election. Many in the GOP, including President Trump , drew comparisons between Blankenship and Judge Roy Moore, who lost a reliably Republican senate seat to Doug Jones (D), largely owing to allegations of sexual misconduct with underage girls.
  • Insurance giant chairman jailed for 18 years in China for fraud

    Insurance giant chairman jailed for 18 years in China for fraud

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    Shanghai's No. 1 Intermediate People's Court also ordered the confiscation of 10.5 billion yuan ($2.1 billion Cdn) in assets from Wu Xiaohui, the former chairman of Anbang Insurance Group. Wu, who started Anbang in 2004 and personally benefited from 2011 to 2017, met with Kushner on November 16, 2016, shortly after Trump became president, to toast the implications of the victory for global business, The New York Times reported .
  • Google to ban ads related to referendum

    Google to ban ads related to referendum

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    A spokeswoman for the pro-choice campaigning group " Together For Yes " welcomed the ban on Google Search and YouTube referendum ads. At a joint press conference on Wednesday, No campaigners said that the move was taken out of fear the No side might win.
  • Childish Gambino dances among violence in 'This is America' video

    Childish Gambino dances among violence in 'This is America' video

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    Marlon Wayans is a huge fan of the "This Is America " video Childish Gambino , aka Donald Glover , just released - not only for its message, but for what he calls Donalds' stripper-inspired choreography. Directed by Hiro Murai , the clip features Gambino smiling and dancing shirtless, juxtaposed by rage, gunfire, and blood splatter. A little like that video where you're told to follow a basketball being passed around , and you miss the moonwalking bear in the background, Glover and ...
  • 15% of voters in county visit polls

    15% of voters in county visit polls

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    As in the past, our primary elections always have a much smaller percentage of registered voters casting their ballots than those voting in the general election. Ohio's race for Governor tops the ballot as voters head to the polls in the primary election. The ads paid for by America First are running as Republican primary voters decide Tuesday who will face the second-term Democrat in a fall election both parties see as critical to Senate control.
  • Mike Braun Wins Indiana's Republican Senate Primary

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    The aforementioned loss by U.S. Representative Robert Pittenger was not that big a shock, since Mark Harris (a very well-known Christian-right minister and pol) had come close to toppling him in 2016. Republican voters in IN are picking a Senate nominee in a race that has been dominated by personal attacks and animosity. His own business regularly does business with manufacturers in China.
  • British foreign minister slams gov't's post-Brexit customs proposals

    British foreign minister slams gov't's post-Brexit customs proposals

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    The Business Secretary was part of the Brexit "war cabinet" which failed to reach agreement on whether to back the hybrid customs partnership - which would see the United Kingdom collect import duties on behalf of the European Union for goods arriving via British ports and airports - or the so-called "maximum facilitation" or "max fac" model relying on the extensive use of technology to minimise checks at the border.
  • NASA Advisory Group Warns that SpaceX Launch Technology Could Be Extremely Dangerous

    NASA Advisory Group Warns that SpaceX Launch Technology Could Be Extremely Dangerous

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    Back in 2015, SpaceX had one of its Falcon 9 rockets supposedly bound for the ISS suddenly explode just 139 seconds into the mission - something that NASA called an "anomalous event" in a report this year. SpaceX uses a propellant kept at super cold temperatures, -340 degrees Fahrenheit (-171 degrees Celsius) to power its rockets. Previously, SpaceX had launched as well as re-flown numerous Falcon 9 rockets with the first stage for an extended period.
  • Rudy Giuliani grating on Trump: Darcy cartoon

    Rudy Giuliani grating on Trump: Darcy cartoon

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    Giuliani fired back at the comments in an interview with Politico . Mueller, who is overseeing the ongoing probe into Russia's interference in the United States election and possible collusion with the Trump campaign, wants to grill the commander-in-chief in person, Politico reported .
  • MI officials continue search for bodies of missing girls

    MI officials continue search for bodies of missing girls

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    Ream "flunked a polygraph test", and investigators then obtained a search warrant for the field in Macomb County, the commissioner said. Warren Police Commissioner Bill Dwyer spoke to WWJ radio station in Detroit . Brenda Lee Handloser was only 9 when her older sister Nadine disappeared. The case file on Kimberly King shows that she sometimes stayed out most of the night, but always came back home.
  • Facebook To Reject Foreign Ads On Eighth Amendment

    Facebook To Reject Foreign Ads On Eighth Amendment

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    The move is a long time coming for some as Facebook has been criticised for its impact on the U.S. presidential election in 2016, and there have been questions raised about it influence over the UK's Brexit vote. "We are an open platform for people to express ideas and views on both sides of a debate". On April 25, the company launched a trial of a "view ads" tool, which allows users to view all of the ads any advertiser is running on Facebook in Ireland at the same time .
  • Netanyahu puts wrong foot forward with shoe dessert for Abe

    Netanyahu puts wrong foot forward with shoe dessert for Abe

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    A senior Israeli official told the paper the decision was "stupid and insensitive". The Israeli Foreign Ministry swiftly sought to sooth concerns about the controversial shoe-filled dessert, saying it was not involved in approving the dishes for the meal but appreciated the creativity of chef Segev Moshe.
  • Takeda and Shire finally agree takeover terms after months of negotiations

    Takeda and Shire finally agree takeover terms after months of negotiations

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    Takeda and Shire's annual sales total almost $31 billion taken together, which would make the combined company larger than many industry stalwarts like AstraZeneca and Eli Lilly. Shire shareholders will grab $30.33 (£22.42) in cash and 0.839 new Takeda shares, unchanged from the company's final offer. That is a 60 percent premium to the price before Takeda first declared its interest six weeks ago.
  • Republican senator apologizes for comments about John McCain

    Republican senator apologizes for comments about John McCain

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    Hatch changed his tune on Tuesday after McCain's daughter, Meghan , called him out on ABC's " The View ". Senator John McCain , 81 and battling brain cancer , has made clear he does not want President Donald Trump to attend his funeral , United States media reported on Saturday.
  • Oliver North picked to lead the NRA

    Oliver North picked to lead the NRA

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    Col. Oliver North is set to become president of the NRA in the next few weeks, taking over from Pete Brownell. "The election of Oliver North is the clearest sign yet that the NRA is floundering in the face of plummeting popularity, scrutiny into its Russian Federation ties, and [politicians] who are defying the gun lobby left and right", said John Feinblatt, president of Everytown for Gun Safety, founded by former NY mayor and billionaire Michael Bloomberg.
  • J. Cole bringing tour to Philly in October

    J. Cole bringing tour to Philly in October

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    Two weeks after the release of his latest album " KOD ", rapper J. Cole announced an extensive, 34-date tour taking him across North America - including a September 22 show at Rosemont's Allstate Arena. Cole's latest album, " KOD ", broke multiple first-day streaming records on Apple Music and Spotify when it was released. Tickets are $36.50-$96.50 and go on sale at 10 a.m.