• Pope Francis Looks Mortified to be Taking Photo With Donald Trump

    Pope Francis Looks Mortified to be Taking Photo With Donald Trump

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    Foreign women are not expected to wear headscarves, but the move contradicted President Donald Trump's old criticism of former First Lady Michelle Obama for making a similar decision. "I didn't know that Melania was going to be saying the Lord's Prayer, but I thought that was attractive, thank you". It was confirmed by her spokeswoman, Stephanie Grisham, on May 24, hours after Pope Francis blessed a rosary for her at the Vatican, reports the Daily Mail .
  • Ariana Grande announces benefit concert for Manchester victims

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    The bomber's name, Salman Abedi , was also leaked to the U.S. media against the wishes of the British authorities. President Donald Trump said on Thursday that " deeply troubling " leaks to USA media about the Manchester suicide bombing would be investigated, after irate British police stopped sharing in-formation with United States agencies.
  • Mom admits shooting her two children, asking third to help with bodies

    Mom admits shooting her two children, asking third to help with bodies

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    A woman has been accused of shooting two of her children in the head in OH and has been arrested. Those children, 8-year-old Khmorra and 6-year-old Kaiden, died Sunday evening after suffering gun shot wounds to the head on May 18. An 11-year-old daughter also was at the home but wasn't hurt. At the time of the shootings, there was an active investigation against Helton by Montgomery County Children Services, according to WHIO .
  • Showers and storms continue into work week

    Showers and storms continue into work week

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    Today will start mild and mostly cloudy with scattered outbreaks of rain in places. Temperatures will remain in the 60s with a southerly breeze at 10-15 miles per hour. Tuesday we are looking at another round of moderate to heavy showers during the first half of the day which could produce an additional 1-3 inches of rain leading to more minor flooding concerns.
  • McDonald's to collaborate with Uber to deliver food

    McDonald's to collaborate with Uber to deliver food

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    Among the selections include Tito's, Don Julio, Stella Artois and Dom Perignon. Last year, McDonald's said it generated almost $1 billion in delivery sales globally across both its company-owned and franchised restaurants. There's a 40-piece Chicken McNuggets for $9.99, and a Big Mac & Chicken McNuggets Meal Bundle - two Big Macs, 20-piece Chicken McNuggets, three medium fries and three medium beverages - for $14.99.
  • 11 arrested in Oklahoma after nationwide gang operation led by ICE

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    According to ICE, of the 1,378 total arrested, 933 were USA citizens, and 1,095 were confirmed as gang members or affiliates. Three of the individuals arrested were previously under the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals ( DACA ) program established in 2012 under former President Barack Obama.
  • OH police chief, 2 nursing home workers killed by gunman

    OH police chief, 2 nursing home workers killed by gunman

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    The 36 year old called to a report of a man with a gun. The police chief reportedly had been on the job for just three weeks and had six children . Homeland Security, the Ohio State Highway Patrol and the Licking County Sheriff's Office responded to the 200 block of East Main Street in Kirkersville on a report of a shooting.
  • Aetna leaving ACA exchanges in 2 more states

    Aetna leaving ACA exchanges in 2 more states

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    Aetna has said it expects to lose more than $200 million on individual health plans this year in the four states where it's still selling Affordable Care Act plans. But rural areas may not be attractive to insurers looking to cut losses. Some insurers have stayed in but raised the premiums they charge customers by double-digit percentages.
  • Police May Have Arrested A 23-Year-Old Serial Killer

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    The suspect has now been held responsible for the deaths of eight other people , whom he killed between January and July 2016 in a predominantly Latino neighbourhood of Phoenix . Saucedo told authorities he had changed his appearance and stopped driving his BMW after the police released descriptions of him and the auto last summer, Howard said.
  • Phoenix serial killing suspect arrested in deaths of 7

    Phoenix serial killing suspect arrested in deaths of 7

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    She described him son as a noble person who studied and worked hard and was loved by everyone he knew. She said he was never a trouble-maker and preferred playing basketball with friends over partying. The gunman who terrorized Phoenix a year ago with a series of seemingly random shootings - killing nine people in four months - is behind bars, police said Monday.
  • EPA's Pruitt recuses himself from environmental lawsuits

    EPA's Pruitt recuses himself from environmental lawsuits

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    Swackhamer said the affected board members' terms expired April 30. He added that he was at the end of his first three-year term with the Board of Scientific Counselors, but that he had "never heard of any circumstance where someone didn't serve two, consecutive terms".
  • Hit by NASCAR penalty, Logano says team doesn't cheat

    Hit by NASCAR penalty, Logano says team doesn't cheat

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    There are races where it may not know if a auto in second or third place is illegal, even if it passes cursory at-track inspection. Paul Wolfe, the crew chief for Logano's teammate Brad Keselowski, is serving the second race of a three-race suspension given for a Phoenix violation.
  • Police say Chicago officers shot and wounded were targeted

    Police say Chicago officers shot and wounded were targeted

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    They not only survived, but have both been released from the hospital. The officers were conducting a follow-up investigation to a previous incident, when two vehicles pulled up alongside them and opened fire Tuesday evening in the high-crime Back of the Yards neighborhood.
  • Severe storms packing hail, tornadoes possible in region

    Severe storms packing hail, tornadoes possible in region

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    Large hail will be a major concern with the initial storms and any isolated storms, but damaging winds will become the main threat if the storms organize into a line. This activity will shift east Saturday night into Sunday morning, and will bring with it a threat of heavy rain and severe storms. The active weather pattern will persist beyond tonight, giving everyone on and off chance of showers and storms through the work week into the weekend, according to the weather service.
  • Barack Obama criticised for '$400000 Wall Street speech fee'

    Barack Obama criticised for '$400000 Wall Street speech fee'

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    It's also double what Hillary Clinton previously commanded on the speech circuit. Barack Obama once told CBS's "60 Minutes" that he didn't "run for office to be helping out a bunch of fat cat bankers on Wall Street". After long stints in public office, speaking engagements are a common way for people to drum up some extra income although it often leads to intense public scrutiny and criticism.
  • Sonny Perdue confirmed to lead Department of Agriculture

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    Uniquely qualified as a former farmer, agribusinessman, veterinarian, state legislator, and governor of Georgia, he became the 31st United States Secretary of Agriculture on April 25, 2017. USA farmers rely on existing export markets for much of their livelihood, and they deserve access to new markets wherever it makes sense. All this comes as Trump tries to crack down on illegal immigration to the USA, an issue that could leave many farms short-staffed due to their reliance on foreign - ...
  • Canadian minister looking forward to Trump trade talks

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    MILWAUKEE (AP) - Dairy farms in Wisconsin and other states could be forced out of business as early as May because of a trade dispute that's halted the export of their milk to Canada. The only change has been Canada's deliberate pricing policy decision - starting a year ago in Ontario and spreading more recently to other provinces - to create a national ingredients strategy to undercut competition from the United States.
  • Pats face Chiefs in National Football League season kickoff

    Pats face Chiefs in National Football League season kickoff

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    On Oct. 2, the Chiefs host the Washington Redskins on Monday Night Football, the first of two Monday Night contests. Cancel all your plans Thursday night. The Falcons ran away with a blowout victory in last season's NFC championship game. The Browns, on the other hand, are scheduled to kick off all but one of their games at 1 p.m.
  • Trump targets foreign worker visa scheme

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    On Tuesday, Trump signed an executive order that directed federal agencies to implement a "Buy American, Hire American" strategy. Many go to technology companies, which argue that the U.S. Trump will sign the order in Wisconsin, a state he won last November with an appeal to blue-collar workers and a promise to revive manufacturing jobs.
  • Patriots CB Butler still in play for Saints

    Patriots CB Butler still in play for Saints

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    This year's draft class is one of the deepest in years, so of course, Belichick has gone against conventional wisdom and been willing to include picks in multiple trades. It appears Jimmy Garoppolo will be staying in New England. Although none fall in the first two rounds, New England will have some flexibility in the middle rounds.