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China, Russia Responsible for NKorea Threat

China and Russia bear “unique and special responsibility” for the growing threat posed by North Korea, the US Secretary of State said Saturday following Pyongyang’s latest intercontinental ballistic missile test. Leader Kim Jong-Un said the test confirmed all the US mainland was within striking range after the North’s second ICBM ...

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Hopes One Day Russian Sanctions Will ‘No Longer Be…

Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said the sanctions bill that passed overwhelmingly in Congress represented “the strong will of the American people,” but added he hoped one day they would “no longer be necessary,” the Washington Examiner reported. “The near unanimous votes for the sanctions legislation in Congress represent the ...

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FAA Must Reconsider Regulating Airline Seat Size

An appeals court panel said Friday that federal officials must reconsider their decision not to regulate the size of airline seats as a safety issue. One of the judges called it “the Case of the Incredible Shrinking Airline Seat.” The Flyers Rights passenger group challenged the Federal Aviation Administration in ...

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Charlie Gard, British Baby at Heart of Dispute, Ha…

Charlie Gard, a British baby who became the subject of a bitter dispute between his parents and doctors over whether he should be taken to the United States for experimental treatment, has died, the family announced Friday. The 11-month-old baby, who would have turned 1 next week, suffered from an ...

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Seoul, Washington to Talk Over Missile Limits

Friday, 28 Jul 2017 21:17 PM Anthony Scaramucci’s wife has filed for divorce after three years because of the new White House communications director . . . Friday, 28 Jul 2017 20:08 PM North Korea on Saturday confirmed its second test-launch of an intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) on Friday, ...

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House Judiciary Committee Requests Special Counsel…

Republicans on the House Judiciary Committee asked the Department of Justice this week to appoint a special counsel to investigate whether Democrat Hillary Clinton’s campaign colluded with the Obama administration last year. The lawmakers sent a letter to Attorney General Jeff Sessions and Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, in which ...

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Actor Vows to Sue Paps for Pics of Newborns

George Clooney has vowed to sue members of the paparazzi for allegedly snapping illegal pictures of him and wife Amal Clooney with their newborn twin babies. Clooney said he did not give consent for photos of his twins, which appeared on the cover of the French magazine Voici, and said ...

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ZOA’s Mort Klein Calls for Tillerson to Resign

Secretary of State Rex Tillerson is “incapable” of carrying out President Donald Trump’s Mideast agenda and should resign, Zionist Organization of America president Mort Klein wrote. ZOA has lost “confidence” in Tillerson after a State Department report issued in June “blames Israel for Palestinian Arab terrorism against innocent Israelis,” Klein ...

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Trump Showing Weakness While NKorea Tests Missiles

Former Secretary of Defense William Cohen Friday chided President Donald Trump for dealing with issues through the use of Twitter and acting “TV tough” at a time when North Korea is testing intercontinental ballistic missiles.  “The president shouldn’t be dealing with these minor issues sending out tweets,” Cohen, who served ...

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McCain Returning to Arizona for Cancer Treatment

Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., will return to his home state to begin cancer treatment on Monday, CNN reports. “I’m going home for a while to treat my illness. I have every intention of returning here and giving many of you cause to regret all the nice things you said about ...

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