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Melania Trump attends Ford's Theatre gala

Melania Trump attends Ford's Theatre gala

Melania Trump , 48, had all but disappeared from public view after an announcement made by her staff on May 14 revealed she had undergone an embolisation procedure to treat a kidney condition, which was described as benign. "First lady's great, right there", the president said, pointing towards the White House. Can't fly for one month. According to him, the first lady had a almost four-hour surgery, but she's doing great now. Read More

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Thousands gather for 'Trooping the Colour' for Queen Elizabeth

Thousands gather for 'Trooping the Colour' for Queen Elizabeth

We all expected Meghan and Harry to break more royal protocol! Queen Elizabeth, who still rides ponies at her home at Windsor Castle, rode on horseback in the parade for decades until recent years, when she moved to a carriage. The royal family members all arrived today in full force to Buckingham Palace for the annual celebration, including the newest family member, Meghan Markle . Read More

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McDonald’s the key to better US-North Korea relations?

McDonald’s the key to better US-North Korea relations?

Singapore authorities on Tuesday marked out a part of the island surrounding the Capella hotel as a special security zone for the days around the summit. Security Council. "A lot of relationships being built, a lot of negotiations going on before the trip", he said. Trump said last week he expected an eventual "very positive result" with North Korea but dampened expectations for a breakthrough in Singapore , saying it could take several meetings to reach an agreement. Read More

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Trudeau calls U.S. viewing Canada as national security threat 'simply ridiculous'

Trudeau calls U.S. viewing Canada as national security threat 'simply ridiculous'

The US has also gone to the WTO and launched a case over what it says is intellectual property theft, but the European Union said that although its case is similar, it identifies further potential violations of WTO rules. Morneau has called the tariffs "absurd", saying Canadian metal sales are no security risk to the U.S. He warns the measures will destroy jobs on both sides of the border. Read More

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ASU is a top 100 university globally for research and teaching

ASU is a top 100 university globally for research and teaching

The top five universities in the list are Harvard, Massachusetts Institute of Technology , Stanford, Cambridge and Oxford. All of London's universities have lost ground. "There is no cause for alarm - continued investment built upon decades of spending, alongside increased internationalization in Chinese higher education will no doubt ensure China's universities continue to strengthen". Read More

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USA to impose tariffs on European Union steel, aluminium at midnight

USA to impose tariffs on European Union steel, aluminium at midnight

Effective midnight, Canadian steel transported over the U.S border will face a 25 per cent tariff and aluminum will face a 10 per cent tariff. "This is protectionism, pure and simple", Juncker said. motorcycles, Levi Strauss & Co. jeans and bourbon whiskey. Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross said Thursday that the U.S. The White House defended the move by invoking national security as it stated excessive levels of aluminum and steel imports threatened to impair the security of the United ... Read More

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Giuliani reveals what Trump will do about Jeff Sessions - and when

Giuliani reveals what Trump will do about Jeff Sessions - and when

Attorney General Jeff Sessions to appoint a special counsel to investigate what they describe as "misconduct" by the department and the Federal Bureau of Investigation. Graham says while he shares some of Trump's frustrations with the situation - particularly the Justice Department's resistance to appointing a second special counsel to investigate the handling of the Hillary Clinton email probe - he doesn't expect Sessions will depart "any time soon". Read More

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Video shows flash flood sweeping through Baltimore-area street after heavy rains

Video shows flash flood sweeping through Baltimore-area street after heavy rains

Hermond's friend Joseph Lopez told ABC News that they had been dining at a restaurant in Ellicott City on Sunday when they noticed the parking lot begin to flood. Aside from the Patapsco River, there are four other smaller waterways running through and around Ellicott City. The National Weather Service said a flash flood warning has been issued for the area through Sundya evening, calling it an "extremely unsafe situation" and urging motorists not to attempt to navigate flooded roads. Read More

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Abortion referendum: Orange Order urges ‘No’ vote

Abortion referendum: Orange Order urges ‘No’ vote

Varadkar " said the expected overwhelming win for the yes side was the 'culmination of a quiet revolution in Ireland , '" The Guardian reported . "However, today we have ensured that it does not have to be lived again". "They'll say, 'I don't think I should vote on this". Ireland on Saturday voted to overturn the country's controversial ban on abortion . Communications director John McGuirk said the unborn child no longer had a right to life recognised by the Irish state. Read More

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White House team to go to Singapore for Trump-Kim summit prep

White House team to go to Singapore for Trump-Kim summit prep

After North Korea responded to Trump's cancelation letter by sending a conciliatory note in which it said it was "willing to sit down with the United States any time, in any format, to resolve the problems", President Trump told reporters that his meeting with Kim could be rescheduled , or might still take place on June 12, repeating that point on Twitter. Read More

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Talks on N Korea summit 'going very well'

Talks on N Korea summit 'going very well'

Trump added: "We'll see what happens". Asked about the abrupt cancellation of the North-U.S. summit, Cho did not elaborate, saying he will look into what Trump said in the letter and figure out the overall situation. It remains unclear whether Kim will ever agree to fully abandon his nuclear arsenal in return, despite Moon's insistence that Kim can be persuaded to abandon his nuclear facilities, materials and bombs in a verifiable and irreversible way in exchange for credible security and ... Read More

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