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Mo Brooks of Alabama, and one or two other names, officials told the network. Last week the nation experienced a terrifying attack where a lone gunman, James T. As for Scalise, he's still in critical condition, but he's improving. Here is how Tucker and Werner described Hodgkinson's list in the fourth and fifth paragraphs of their report , which was primarily about the upgrading of shooting victim and Louisiana Congressman Steve Scalise's condition.
  • Donald Trump faces new lawsuit over business empire

    Donald Trump faces new lawsuit over business empire

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    But this is the first one presented by government entities. The litigation is similar to a case filed this year by Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics, a Washington watchdog group. Aside from the issue of the foreign payments ban, Maryland and Washington complain that the presence of a Trump hotel hurts competing hotels in their jurisdictions.
  • USA special forces helping Philippines troops to end city siege

    USA special forces helping Philippines troops to end city siege

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    In a press briefing Saturday, Philippine Army 1st Infantry Division spokesperson Lt. Col. Jo-Ar Herrera clarified that USA forces were only providing technical support and are not part of clashes on the ground. When asked about the military's request, Facebook told the AFP new agency that it would remove accounts that promoted "terrorism". "We are saddened with the result.
  • Manchester United not expected to offer Ibrahimovic a new contract

    Manchester United not expected to offer Ibrahimovic a new contract

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    Despite scoring 28 goals in his debut season for Manchester United , it looks like Zlatan Ibrahimovic won't be at Old Trafford next season. The 35-year-old had an option for a second season at United - following his influential first campaign in English football - but a cruciate ligament has finished his career at Old Trafford.
  • New smart speaker expected as Apple kicks off conference

    New smart speaker expected as Apple kicks off conference

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    Apple has finally unveiled its answer to Amazon's and Google's smart speakers slash digital assistants - and it's called HomePod . Apple will let people play audio in multiple rooms while Google works on introducing that feature to all speakers that have Chromecast built in.
  • Ainslie's Land Rover BAR team break wing in America's Cup semi

    Ainslie's Land Rover BAR team break wing in America's Cup semi

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    The crash happened during the fourth race when Team Land Rover of England was competing against Team Fly Emirates of New Zealand. Burling said Team New Zealand had yet to properly assess exactly what had caused the capsize, although winds were gusting near the maximum allowed for America's Cup racing.
  • Ariana Grande critic Piers Morgan apologizes to singer

    Ariana Grande critic Piers Morgan apologizes to singer

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    The baby then tried to sing along with the pop star herself. Grande, her voice exhausted from the long evening, paused with tears in her eyes before the song's coda as the crowd, made up of people the same age as those who attended her concert in the area less than two weeks earlier, watched on - no doubt exhausted, but no less passionate for it.
  • Tight security and tears at benefit concert for Manchester bomb victims

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    The 23-year-old pop star, who had to leave Manchester after the horrific attack at her May 22 concert here, made sure that her return filled the entire city with joy and happiness once again. The show opened to a minute of silence and a performance by Marcus Mumford of Mumford and Suns. But the American singer's manager Scooter Braun said the Manchester gig now had a "greater purpose" than ever after the country's second terror attack in two weeks.
  • Wonder Woman's No Man's Land Scene Was Almost Cut

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    Pictures and DC Films' Wonder Woman has earned $11 million in Thursday previews with $1.5 million from IMAX. Warner Brothers and DC also have a lot on the line with this film, as they need it to be successful to help shift the tone set by previous movies that are found in this universe.
  • Jim Carrey defends Kathy Griffin after fallout from gruesome Trump picture

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    Her snark is meant to emulate her late mentor, notorious fashion critic and comedian Joan Rivers, and has earned her labels as a "professional trash talker" and "relentless publicity seeker". "I was standing beside him with a club in my hand, and I was considering my options when I suddenly woke up". "But I've taken up golf anyway". Griffin ended up apologizing profusely in an Instagram video after being slammed by both conservatives and liberals! "I'd have to look back and see what ...
  • Rajinikanth's entry into politics faces an unexpected backlash from the public!

    Rajinikanth's entry into politics faces an unexpected backlash from the public!

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    I don't think he will join any national or regional party. One of India's biggest stars, Rajinikanth is adored by his millions of fans. "I'm sure he would do lots of good things". Considering the actor's influence on fans, Tamil politics could see a new alignment if he joins politics. I have lived and grown with you. Let him tell us where he stands on issues of the common people, only then can he enter politics.
  • South Korea fires warning shots at suspected drone from North

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    The South Korea military are as vigilant and alert as ever after North Korea did another ballistic missile test on Sunday, its 8th of the year. The closed-door meeting on Tuesday that was requested by South Korea, the United States and Japan is known to have focused on having UN member states fully implement existing sanctions on Pyongyang.
  • GOP House candidate who assaulted reporter wins Montana election

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    Witnesses said Gianforte body-slammed Ben Jacobs on Wednesday after The Guardian reporter asked him a question about the GOP's controversial plan to replace the Affordable Care Act. The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee and MoveOn.org used the Wednesday night incident, involving reporter Ben Jacobs of The Guardian , in online and radio ads to spur last-minute voter registration and turnout.
  • Centre provides over Rs 1 lakh-crore aid to Telangana: Amit Shah

    Centre provides over Rs 1 lakh-crore aid to Telangana: Amit Shah

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    At around 23,000 booth committees of the BJP have been formed across Andhra where Shah will be offering a roadmap for the party workers in order to strengthen the party in the state. BJP head Amith Shah is making rounds in Telangana state and Andhra Pradesh state as well to combine the people of BJP together and guide them to rule out possibilities of their win in coming election of 2019.
  • Scott Disick, Bella Thorne confirm romance

    Scott Disick, Bella Thorne confirm romance

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    The " Keeping Up With the Kardashians " star was spotted on a date night with Bendjima Monday at Gotha nightclub in Cannes. The 21-year-old model was spotted sporting a cute retro red bikini while hanging out on a yacht on Tuesday (May 23) in Antibes, France.
  • Normani Kordei comes third in Dancing with the Stars final

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    As Normani says in the clip package , they are heading into the Dancing with the Stars finale in second place behind Rashad Jennings and Emma Slater , after a slight stumble in one of last week's dances caused them to get all 9s. "I hope our audience really feels that". "It could be us". "I pushed myself so hard because working hard is the only thing I know", Jennings said.
  • "Dancing with the Stars" finale kicks off tonight

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    After dominating the competition all season long, Normani Kordei and Val Chmerkovskiy found themselves placing third in the shocking overall results. What did you think of the results on DWTS 2017 last night? And Julianne Hough said, "That is going in the book as an [iconic freestyle ]". The dynamic duo had earlier performed their "redemption dance " by redoing their Viennese waltz.
  • A look at the top moments from the Billboard Music Awards

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    The lead singer of Soundgarden and Audioslave and leader of the Seattle grunge movement was honored with a moment of silence during the awards show, which was a shorter than expected tribute to the 52-year-old singer and songwriter. The Awards night includes star-studded performances by some of the most prolific musicians from the industry such as Ed Sheeran, Imagine Dragons, Bruno Mars and John Legend amongst others.
  • British police name Manchester attacker as Salman Abedi

    British police name Manchester attacker as Salman Abedi

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    At around 10:30 p.m. local time, at the end of a concert by U.S. pop singer Ariana Grande in Manchester Arena , an explosion shook what witnesses described as the foyer area of the venue where merchandise was being sold. "Sending love to the U.K., @ArianaGrande and all of her supporters who were caught up in this bad attack". "It is now beyond doubt that the people of Manchester and of this country have fallen victim to a callous terrorist attack, an attack that targeted some of the ...
  • With 4 projects at Cannes, Kidman is open to 'bold' material

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    Kidman's omnipresence at the festival - along with her typically royal poise on the red carpet - has earned her the nickname "Queen of Cannes ". Actresses Elle Fanning, right, and Nicole Kidman embrace upon departure after the screening of the film How To Talk To Girls At Parties at the 70th worldwide film festival, Cannes , southern France, Sunday, May 21, 2017.
  • Trump seeks reconsideration of sanctuary cities ruling

    Trump seeks reconsideration of sanctuary cities ruling

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    In a court filing, the Justice Department said new legal guidance from the attorney general on Monday contradicted Orrick's reasons for granting the injunction . Sessions' memo did say that the DOJ will tailor grants in order to "promote a lawful system of immigration". Sessions already has threatened to pull money from jurisdictions that hinder communication between local police and immigration authorities.