• Bison gores woman at Yellowstone in third wildlife attack of the week
Bison gores woman at Yellowstone in third wildlife attack of the week

Park staff do not intend to capture nor kill the bison. In May, a woman stumbled across a bison as she came around a bend in a trail, according to CBS affiliate KTVQ . One person was injured by a bison at Yellowstone in 2017 and five were injured in 2015. 'Animals in Yellowstone are wild and unpredictable, no matter how calm they appear to be,...

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  • Trump reportedly isn't happy about coming to Canada tomorrow
Trump reportedly isn't happy about coming to Canada tomorrow

Trump has left little doubt he has grown impatient with his northern neighbour, tweeting at French President Emmanuel Macron and Trudeau, with his volleys growing increasingly personal towards the Canadian prime minister. But Trump is provoking his fellow G7 leaders by calling for Russia's reinstatement in the group, after it was kicked out for...

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  • 'Apprentice' contestant's lawsuit against Trump to proceed: NY judge
'Apprentice' contestant's lawsuit against Trump to proceed: NY judge

Ms. Zervos accused the president of groping her and is one of roughly a dozen women accusing the president of sexual harassment. Lawyers for President Donald Trump argued in court Tuesday that a former " Apprentice " contestant should not be able to obtain information on his campaign's discussions of other women who have also accused him of sex...

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  • Witness saw gator drag woman into Florida lake
Witness saw gator drag woman into Florida lake

Broward County Animal Care officers and a trapper hired by the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission are also at the scene. Soon after, he saw the two dogs without the woman and one dog appeared to be severely injured. 'Her dogs won't leave the pond. Raw video: Police in Davie, Florida search for woman who was allegedly taken by gator...

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  • Trump Could Be Subpoenaed in Quarterback’s NFL Collusion Case
Trump Could Be Subpoenaed in Quarterback’s NFL Collusion Case

According to The Hill , Kaepernick's grievance, filed past year, stated Trump and Pence "engaged in various public relations stunts created to retaliate against Mr. However, to compel Trump to testify, Kaepernick's legal team will need to make a compelling, detailed argument as to the relevance and impact the testimonies would have on the grievanc...

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  • Tim Cahill selected in Australia's 23-man squad
Tim Cahill selected in Australia's 23-man squad

Van Marwijk named his team to take on France, Denmark and Peru in Russian Federation on Sunday morning, in the process making the tough call on four unlucky players. "Defending, I think we have enough players ... very positive is the development of Joshua Risdon ", he added. " Andrew Nabbout also can play on the side and in the No.10 position, ...

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  • Malcolm Jenkins silent with reporters, has signs for White House response
Malcolm Jenkins silent with reporters, has signs for White House response

The White House announced on May 14 that Melania Trump had undergone a successful embolization procedure to treat what was described as a "benign" kidney condition . "All Fake, she is doing really well!" he wrote. "During her recovery from surgery they reported everything from near death, to facelift, to left the W.H".

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  • Times Says Justice Seized Reporter's Email, Phone Records
Times Says Justice Seized Reporter's Email, Phone Records

It appears one focus of the FBI's probe was a BuzzFeed article published in April 2017 in which she reported that Russian spies tried to recruit former Trump adviser Carter Page in 2013. After the story ran, Wolfe allegedly texted the journalist "Good job!" and "I'm glad you got the scoop". "I always enjoyed the way that you would pursue a ...

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  • Trump on defense as Congress pushes back on tariffs oversight
Trump on defense as Congress pushes back on tariffs oversight

McConnell, R-Ky., said he made a decision to shorten the usual summer getaway "due to the historic obstruction by Senate Democrats of the president's nominees" and to work on must-pass spending bills. "I think if we can actually get some things done for the American people, that's a good thing", said Sen. Now some of the biggest Republican dono...

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  • Clinton Says NBC Interview About Lewinsky Wasn't His 'Finest Hour'
Clinton Says NBC Interview About Lewinsky Wasn't His 'Finest Hour'

When she did employ her husband during her competitive 2016 primary fight with Vermont Sen. Flowers also noted, correctly, that the #MeToo movement has failed to recognize Clinton's alleged victims. During his appearence on Colbert's show last night, the former president said that when they separated the clip, they edited it so it looked li...

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  • Nursery Rhyme Teaches US Kindergartners About School Shootings
Nursery Rhyme Teaches US Kindergartners About School Shootings

A photo of a poster with directions for what kindergartners should do in the event of a lockdown drill - written to the tune of " Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star " - is going viral online. "To be shocked by it is important", she added. Students in Somerville and across the country know how unnatural this is, as evidenced by their vocal leadership ...

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  • Guatemala: Fuego volcano eruption toll rises to 75, around 200 missing
Guatemala: Fuego volcano eruption toll rises to 75, around 200 missing

At a shelter in the Murray D. Lincoln school in the city of Escuintla, about 15 kilometres from the volcano's peak, Alfonso Castillo said he and his extended family of 30 had lived on a shared plot in San Miguel Los Lotes where each family had its own home.

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  • US must stop separating migrant children from parents
US must stop separating migrant children from parents

In April, the New York Times estimated that more than 700 children had been taken from parents or guardians in the prior six months, and NBC News estimates that there are now 550 children in custody at the border. Several hundred children crossing the southern US border have been held in custody since October 2017 following an executive order...

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  • We enjoyed the kiss, says Duterte
We enjoyed the kiss, says Duterte

Mr Duterte called the woman on stage and convinced her to kiss him as the audience cheered. Are you ready for kissing?' Mr Duterte asked if she could explain to her husband that what they were... A day later while meeting a group of former communist rebels Duterte joked he would have specific orders for how the military would treat female guerril...

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  • Minnesota woman’s obituary says ‘world is a better place without her’
Minnesota woman’s obituary says ‘world is a better place without her’

The story then moves to her affair with "her husband's brother" in 1962 and the subsequent pregnancy. It goes on to say that Gina and Jay were then raised by Dehmlow's parents. One Facebook user, Aimee Elizabeth, posted that the paper's staff should be " absolutely ashamed " for allowing it to get to print. " He's very upset ", Dwight Dehmlow s...

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  • Guatemala volcano: Dozens dead, injured or missing after Fuego volcano erupts
Guatemala volcano: Dozens dead, injured or missing after Fuego volcano erupts

A lack of electricity in the most heavily hit zone makes safely searching at night impossible. The agency says in addition that 46 people were injured. "This time we were saved; in another ( eruption ) no", said Efrain Gonzalez, 52, sitting on the floor of a shelter in the city of Escuintla, where he arrived with his wife and one-year-old daughte...

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  • Afghan Government Announces Temporary Ceasefire with Taliban
Afghan Government Announces Temporary Ceasefire with Taliban

Ghani's call was sure to rattle military units, which have been pinned down by the Taliban and which, over 17 years of consistent fighting, have not given much thought to how they might carry out a cease-fire. North Atlantic Treaty Organisation has led worldwide security efforts in Afghanistan since 2003. However, Ghani explained that government ...

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  • Korean woman survives six days in Australian wilderness
Korean woman survives six days in Australian wilderness

She told rescuers that she believed she lay unconscious for about five hours, before waking, disoriented and confused, and crawling through the bush until she reached a rocky waterfall at the bottom of a ravine. I mean heck, I'm Scottish - we've got mountains all the time, but that thing can be pretty unsafe. "To which we kind of thought, 'well...

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  • 'Best news ever!' Kim Kardashian's trip to the White House pays off
'Best news ever!' Kim Kardashian's trip to the White House pays off

When I just popped up on her phone, she said it was a moment where she knew that this is a moment. "There's so much food, crying, hugging, singing and dancing. And he granted a posthumous pardon to boxing's first black heavyweight champion, a case championed by actor Sylvester Stallone. "It was wonderful. I'm so glad that she was the one who was ...

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  • Trump Not Planning to Fire EPA Chief Scott Pruitt
Trump Not Planning to Fire EPA Chief Scott Pruitt

Thomas Carper of DE, reiterated his call that Pruitt step down. When The Atlantic's Elaina Plott reached out for comment from the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) - you know, the government organization Pruitt is running like his own personal bingo hall - EPA spokesperson Jahan Wilcox told Plott , "You have a great day, you're a piece ...

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