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Social media rushes to define Trump's 'covfefe' tweet

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White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer drew widespread laughter from reporters when he insisted that President Donald Trump's infamous "covfefe" tweet was not a misspelling. The " covfefe " kerfuffle began shortly after midnight Wednesday, when Trump tweeted , in full, "Despite the constant negative press covfefe". Dozens of definitions have been submitted to the Urban Dictionary website, which crowdsources meanings for slang terms. Read More »

Kim Jong-un oversees new type of cruise missile

In April, a top North Korean official told the BBC that the country will continue to test missiles despite worldwide condemnation and growing military tensions with the USA and its allies, including Japan . That commitment remains ironclad. "We are aware, certainly, of the situation and the suspension of additional launchers", Nauert said. North Korea launched multiple missiles towards the Sea of Japan (East Sea) from near the eastern coastal city of Wonsan in Gangwon Province ... Read More »

Calicut University 1st Degree Allotment 2017 results released @ cuonline

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The Calicut University declared Degree First Allotment Results 2017 on 12th June 2017 a day before the schedule. It is located in the state of Kerala. If the candidates don't confirm the seat, their seat may be transferred to other students and that same seat may not be available again. Calicut University had released the degree trial allotment result 2017 on June 13. Read More »

Theresa May says she'll remain PM despite calls to go

Another senior minister tried to put a gloss on the dismal evening for the party. Questions were then raised about whether she was a weak leader. May now risks more opposition to her Brexit plans from inside and outside her party, though a party source said the leading the Conservatives was seen as too much of a poisoned chalice for her to face an immediate challenge. Read More »

I would '100 percent' be willing to testify about Comey under oath

Mr Comey told the Senate panel that he shared an unclassified memo about his February conversation with the president about Mr Flynn because he hoped it would lead to the appointment of a special counsel . He said that he had carefully documented his interactions with Mr Trump because he anxious the president would misrepresent them, and accused the administration of spreading "lies, plain and simple" about the reasons for his firing. Read More »

United Kingdom rating not immediately affected by election: S&P

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SIMON: This election, of course, was called to try to cement the Conservative Party majority and the mandate for what we call Brexit . I reached him via Skype. We should remember this was, as you said at the beginning, a snap election. May had called the early election in hopes of increasing her majority. But he added: "I don't think we should read these results as calling into question the stance on Brexit which was clearly expressed by the British people". Read More »

Tory and Labour MPs plot secret deal to ensure soft Brexit

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As well as her Brexit demands, Foster is likely to demand a substantial increase in government funding for Northern Ireland . Former Treasury chief George Osborne — who was sacked by May a year ago — called May a " dead woman walking ", and Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn said he was ready to contest another election at any time. Read More »

Senate Committee Hearing With Intelligence Chiefs

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The four witnesses had come before the committee to discuss the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act - the program some in the Trump administration accused intelligence community officials of abusing in order to improperly "unmask" Trump campaign officials. Read More »

Theresa May 'promises to get Tories out of the mess she created'

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The chaos has weighed on the pound, which has plunged nearly two percent since Thursday, and London's FTSE stock index, which was down 0.2 percent Monday. In an article for the Telegraph on Tuesday, the new environment secretary Michael Gove - who has clashed with Mrs May in the past - said she was the ideal person to secure a Brexit agreement that "commanded the widest possible support" given her track record of "seeing through vital jobs to the end". Read More »

United Kingdom election: Theresa May could lose parliamentary majority, exit poll shows

But north of the border the Tories performed strongly under the leadership of Ruth Davidson, winning 12 new seats as the Scottish National Party lost ground. The Labour MP for Nottingham East refused to reveal whether he thought Mr Corbyn was a credible prime minister. The early election was meant to strengthen the British Conservative Party's hand in the lead-up to Brexit negotiations, but it has backfired spectacularly. Read More »

Sized Hail Falls in Cheyenne

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Tornadoes were reported Monday afternoon in Laramie, Platter, Goshen and Natrona counties. People have taken to social media to share their experiences and also shares pictures and videos that are now going viral. There were numerous reports of golf ball- and baseball-sized hail that damaged vehicles and other property. Here are some of them. "Fortunately, though the barn was destroyed and the roof of the adjacent home was blown off, no one was hurt". Read More »

Donald Trump '100%' willing to testify under oath on James Comey

But in his long-awaited testimony before the Senate Intelligence Committee on Thursday, Comey told lawmakers he believed it was "inevitable" that Sessions would recuse himself from Russian Federation probe. Comey merely testified that the FBI investigation into possible collusion between Russian Federation and the Trump campaign did not extend to Trump himself during the time Comey was leading the FBI. Read More »

Merkel: EU ready for Brexit negotiations

We want to do this quickly, respecting the calendar. "We were waiting for the election in Britain, but in the next few days these talks will begin. But obviously while also asserting the interests of the 27 member states that will make up the European Union in future", she underlined. Read More »

USA attorney general to testify in open hearing

When Attorney General Jeff Sessions testifies before the Senate Intelligence Committee on Tuesday, it will be in a hearing that is open to the public. This one has been simmering since confirmation hearings for Sessions earlier this year, as some Democrats have all but accused Sessions of perjury; Republicans say it's nothing close to that. Read More »

Tiger Woods arrested on DUI charge, clarifies it was prescription medication

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Open. He was released a few hours after his arrest , Palm County Police report said. Woods claims that alcohol wasn't involved and blamed his actions on prescription medication. He was booked into jail at around 7am on Monday and released almost four hours later, Palm Beach County Police said. The 14-time major champion was arrested about 3 a.m. Read More »

House Intelligence Committee asks White House for any Comey tapes

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So just how uncomfortable was he? "I am also deeply concerned about the Attorney General's role in firing Director Comey in light of his recusal from the Russian Federation investigation". As for Trump's tweet attack on Comey, Pelosi said no one at the White House appears to be "brave enough" to tell the president that his tweets are "beneath the dignity of the office you serve". Read More »

North Korea launches short range missile

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The Trump administration has ordered a Navy strike force led by the aircraft carrier USS Carl Vinson to the waters off the Korean peninsula and has asked China to press North Korea on curbing its military ambitions. The latest comes after the country claimed its leader, Kim Jong Un, oversaw a successful test of a new anti-aircraft system this past weekend. But the North American Aerospace Defense Command said it "did not pose a threat to North America". Read More »

Corey Lewandowski Says He's Open to Returning to Trump's Team

The Washington Post and other media outlets reported over the weekend that Kushner, the president's son-in-law and senior adviser, suggested to Russia's ambassador to the U.S. "Mike will assist with the transition and be a strong advocate for the president and the president's policies moving forward", Priebus said. "You're going to have a situation where they're going to have trouble getting A-list or even B-list people to sign up", the lawyer said. Read More »

Pound dives as UK enters new period of uncertainty

The Prime Minister lost her majority and Ukip lost its leader in a disastrous General Election for both parties. If all this uncertainty weren't enough, the Labour Party, which won 261 seats in the election, has its own divisions to deal with. Read More »

World Cup winners told to rise to the next level

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Calvert-Lewin followed up his own saved effort to slot past Wuilker Farinez only minutes after Ronaldo Lucena had hit the post with an astonishing free-kick from 40 yards, giving England a 1-0 lead at the break. England arrived in South Korea without winning a game in this competition in 20 years, and leave as the surprising champion. Calvert-Lewin, who wrote his name into the history books with what proved to be the winning goal in England's 1-0 victory over Venezuela , played 346 ... Read More »

Smith pleased with positives amid rain-marred frustration

Aware that ominous clouds were gusting in, Australia needed to get off to a fast start to have a chance of winning on the D/L rule if the required 20 overs were bowled. A win over New Zealand combined with a pair of England wins over Australia and New Zealand would guarantee Bangladesh a place in the semis. Read More »

EU presses Britain to get its act together for Brexit talks

European Commission president Jean-Claude Juncker also said he hoped there would be no further delay to the negotiations "we are desperately waiting for". While May campaigned to remove the United Kingdom from the single market so she could regain control of immigration and law-making, she will now struggle to find majority support for that stance in the new House of Commons. Read More »