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Ex-FBI chief to testify in Russia-link probe

The White House has also denied that the President asked Comey for a pledge of loyalty shortly after he took office. White House advisor Kellyanne Conway said Friday that the president is still considering whether he should use executive privilege to block the testimony.

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Investors bet Trump climate withdrawal to boost USA oil drilling

South Africa's government calls the USA pullout "an abdication of global responsibility". Germany's environment minister told reporters Friday "there will be no new deal with the United States " on climate change and predicted global climate will "survive" Trump's maximum presidential term of eight years.

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Novak Djokovic pushed to brink in French Open third round

Zeballos will now play Austria's Dominic Thiem in the next round after he overcame Steve Johnson of the United States 6-1, 7-6, 6-3. It took five sets, but a relieved Novak Djokovic made it past Argentina's Diego Schwartzman . It took 12 games for the World No 63 to register a mark on the scoreboard. "If he wants me there, yeah, I will come", said 1992 Wimbledon champion Agassi, speaking to Djokovic's former coach Boris Becker.

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Warriors do not need to be flawless to beat Cavs say pundits

The other key natural progression has been Durant's chemistry this season with fellow star Stephen Curry . Looking forward, the Cavaliers will now have two days to look over the tape and figure this out. "The whole underdog thing is amusing to me, because, yeah, at the end of the day we are defending our title", Love told reporters. Yes, both teams pack a big KO punch, but as theres no such thing as a stoppage in National Basketball Association wars, it wont be loose to suggest the Finals ...

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Spacetime Ripples Challenge What We Think We Know of Black Holes

In each case, both of LIGO's twin detectors perceived gravitational waves from the collisions of the black holes, but this latest observation does offer a few new pieces of information. This is the third black-hole collision scientists have reported in less than two years, suggesting such events might occur quite frequently in the distant reaches of space.

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Huge Underwater Eruptions Blasted Craters into Arctic Seafloor

Even though the craters were formed some 12,000 years ago, methane is still leaking profusely from the craters. Thousands of years ago, this area of the ocean was solid ice, and as movements of the Earth below pushed methane up, the gas would have been frozen in the bedrock below the ice.

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Ariana Grande to perform at benefit concert for Manchester

Police said the nine men in British custody ranged in age from 18 to 44, including a 30-year-old arrested in the Moss Side area of South Manchester early Friday and a 44-year-old detained in nearby Rusholme later in the day. - Libya's Deterrence Force, which acts as the police of the Tripoli-based Government of National Accord, arrest Abedi's father Ramadan, saying they had already arrested his brother Hashem on Tuesday.

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Dictionary required: On Indian-American spelling bee winners

A sixth-grade student from Fresno, California, Ananya won the 90th Scripps National Spelling Bee by spelling " marocain ", (French word for a dress fabric). Back home at her elementary school friends could hardly contain their excitement. Just like her hero in the No. 30 Warriors jersey, Ananya has shown she can keep her focus under the bright lights on the big stage.

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After a dunkfest in Game 1, Cavs must slow Warriors at rim

Golden State Warriors' Kevin Durant answers questions after Game 1 of basketball's NBA Finals against the Cleveland Cavaliers Thursday , June 1, 2017, in Oakland , Calif. When the Cavs left him unguarded on the perimeter, Durant hit 3-pointers. "They capitalised on our mistakes, a lot of easy baskets we can't allow going into game two".

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May, Corbyn clash over Brexit plans with United Kingdom vote 1 week away

Asked about environmental standards post-Brexit, Corbyn said he wanted to ensure that European environmental laws were written into British law. For all the criticism that was aimed at former United Kingdom prime minister David Cameron's government for failing to consider the implications of a Brexit vote, similar accusations can be made after reading the party manifestos.

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Nikki Haley Defends Kushner, Says He Will Continue 'Doing His Work'

As Jared Kushner comes under increasing scrutiny in the explosive Russian Federation probe of President Trump, a growing group of Democratic lawmakers want his security clearance revoked. Should the White House ever get around to changing its communications strategy, one suggestion put forward by the president himself in an interview with NBC News would see Trump giving briefings to reporters once every two weeks , in lieu of the daily ritual hosted by Spicer .

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NASA all set to launch world's first mission to Sun next year

On a trip more than 50 years in the making, it will spend almost seven years flying to and around the sun, looping past Venus seven times. The mission is due to launch in 2018. "But even more we look forward to new questions that will arise from those answers that will point us to even more exciting discoveries". Parker believed there was high speed matter and magnetism constantly escaping the Sun, and that it affected the planets and space throughout our solar system.

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Merkel: 'We have to protect Mother Earth' after Trump quits Paris Accord

Created in 2011, the Pacific Alliance has four members - Chile, Colombia, Mexico and Peru- and now, 52 observer states, while seeking to increase free commerce and trade. "We support President Trump's decision to withdraw from the Paris agreement". We believe that abiding by the accord, without significant changes, would have substantially impacted the U.S.

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Under Armour's Kevin Plank rips decision to exit Paris climate agreement

Reactions to President Donald Trump's withdrawal from the Paris accord on climate change are - forgive me - overheated. But he didn't stop there. Not the first time the USA has walked out of a climate agreement, it helped craft. "Climate finance is the biggest bad (from Trump's decision)", said Clare Shakya, director of climate change at the International Institute for Environment and Development think-tank in London.

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Some US Cities And States Aren't Giving Up On The Paris Agreement

Michael Bloomberg is pledging to fill a funding gap created by President Trump's decision to withdraw from the Paris climate accord , offering up to $15 million to support the United Nations agency that helps countries implement the accord.

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Want Star Trek: Bridge Crew Without VR? Play Artemis

Let us know in the comments. This means that no matter if you have a PlayStation VR , Oculus Rift or HTC Vive , you can all play together. Ubisoft has another new VR game. As officers of the Federation, players must command their chosen vessel as part of a critical initiative. Make strategic decisions and coordinate actions with your crew to complete the mission.

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Islamic State claims deadly attack on Egypt Christians

The militants killed killed a group of 21 Christians in a bomb attack on a church in Cairo in December 2016 . The last time the monument's lights were turned off was on May 23, in tribute to the 22 persons killed and dozens wounded in the terror attack in Manchester, United Kingdom.

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Trump says pulling out of Paris climate accord best for US

Paris deal supporters, including Kerry, predicted Trump's withdrawal would cause nearly irreparable damage to America's standing overseas and potentially its ability to negotiate future diplomatic agreements. Pruitt was the only Trump administration official to publicly bash the accord. She shrugged off Trump's remark that he was elected to represent the people of Pittsburgh, not Paris.

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All so difficult for Djokovic, easy for Nadal at French Open

Schwartzman played well during that stretch, to be sure, but the No. 2-seeded Djokovic's biggest problem was himself. Thiem won 6-1, 7-6 (7-4), 6-3 victor. He won the point to get back to deuce but slid after he hit it, catching his foot on the tarp at the back of the court. Spanish 23-year-old Muguruza will face either French 13th seed Kiki Mladenovic or unseeded Shelby Rogers of the United States for a place in the quarterfinals.

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Gears of War 4 to Get Its Biggest Update Ever Next Week

Players can gun through the campaign's first act or try out Horde mode or traditional Versus multiplayer for themselves, with progress carrying over if they decide to buy the full game. For the bravest out there, grab a friend to take on the Legends of Sera achievement, which challenges you to beat the game in Co-Op with Ironman enabled on Hardcore or above.

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Tim Cook Sends Memo To Apple Staff Condemning Departure From Paris Agreement

Mr Trump has previously described climate change as a hoax by the Chinese to damage United States manufacturing. Pittsburgh, however, isn't sticking with him - at least not on climate change. Instead, she said that after talking to Trump , the two "agreed on the importance of continued cooperation on wider energy issues". Elon Musk , the Tesla billionaire, said he was quitting advising the White House , tweeting: 'Leaving Paris is not good for America or the world'.

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Ronaldo: Real Madrid better than Juve

Assuming, that is, Zidane doesn't revert to habit of playing the big three when fit, after Gareth Bale was declared ready to play, though not at 100 per cent. Then there is what you expect from your No. 9, your forwards . "Yes, it will be much more special for me, but I want to play without regrets and without thinking of these issues".

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Man United on verge of £45.3m first summer signing

Italian sports newspaper Gazzetta dello Sport - as quoted by Metro - is reporting that a €52m (£45.3m) fee has been agreed between the two teams and that Perisic could end up being Manchester United's first summer signing. Mourinho is still confident that Perisic fits the bill at Old Trafford, however. Meanwhile, United appear to have cooled their ongoing pursuit of Antoine Griezmann after Atletico Madrid failed to have their transfer embargo overturned.

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Rihanna Steals the Show at Game 1 of NBA Finals

But according to small forward LeBron James , rust was anything but a factor, as the Warriors hustled, rebounded and took advantage of Cavaliers miscues on the way to a 113-91 victory at Oracle Arena in Oakland , California, Thursday night, as well as a 1-0 lead in the best-of-seven series.

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Aliens Have Visited Earth, Space Entrepreneur Robert Bigelow Believes

He told reporter Lara Logan the UFO sped up and came right into their face and filled up the entire windshield of the auto until it took off at a right angle and shot off into the distance. That, more or less, is the stance of many who believe aliens exist, but publicly stating your belief in never-before-documented intelligent beings can still be a risky move, especially for those working in the space industry.

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SCOTUS victory strengthens right to fix things you own

Lexmark sells printer cartridges that it also designs and manufactures. The discounted cartridges are subject to a signed agreement in which the end users agree to use the cartridges only once and to dispose of or return the cartridges to Lexmark when empty.

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Putin ridicules US focus on ambassador contacts

President probably thinks that the accord is not well thought out". Russian President Vladimir Putin cracked some jokes at the West's expense during a key session at the annual International Economic Forum moderated by NBC's Megyn Kelly in St.

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After dumping Paris climate deal, Donald Trump calls world leaders

Trump claims that he will try to renegotiate the deal reached in Paris, or craft a new one. Hendricks noted that the absence of $500 million contributions from the United States to the Green Climate Fund will be felt from 2018, but said it might be possible to fill the gap with "other financing mechanisms, for example through the World Bank".

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Three lawmakers question Kushner Cos on concerns over White House tie

A separate set of reports surfaced around that same time claiming Kushner also discussed setting up a line of secret communication between Russian Federation and the Trump transition team. Gergen, who served under four Presidents, described the complexity of working inside a White House that's being investigated. The clamp down on Russian Federation questions is the latest attempt from Trump to compartmentalize a growing crisis in his presidency.

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CBSE to announce Class X results today

Students can head to the CBSEResults.nic.in and check their results. Results would also be available on cbse.nic.in and results.gov.in. Last year, 83.05% students cleared the Class 12 exams. Sometimes due to high traffic, the official websites may be unavailable for some time. Later the CBSE 10 Result 2017 appears on screen. Enter your roll number and other details.

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EU, China united on climate, still divided over trade

Speaking on Tuesday in Berlin , Li underlined strong support for the 2015 Paris climate change accord from China , which overtook the United States as the world's biggest emitter of greenhouse gases in 2007. "Leaving Paris is not good for America or the world", the CEO of electric vehicle maker Tesla Inc. tweeted shortly after Trump officially withdrew the US from the global climate pact.

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Ousted FBI director to testify June 8

White House officials said on Friday they did not know yet whether U.S. President Donald Trump will seek to block former Federal Bureau of Investigation director James Comey from testifying to Congress next week, a move that could spark a political backlash.

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Equatorial Guinea, Kuwait, Peru, Poland, Ivory Coast elected to UN Security Council

The powerful UN Security Council is made up of 10 elected members and five permanent veto-wielding powers- the United States , Britain, France , China and Russian Federation. Five countries are elected every year by secret ballot. Human Rights Watch hopes that "they don't try to obstruct attempts to increasingly integrate human rights defence and the promotion of human rights at the council", he said.

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Hey, Alexa! Siri Speaker Could Debut Next Week

Apple doesn't usually announce new hardware at its annual WorldWide Developer Conference ( WWDC ) held in June, but this year things might be different. Analysts expect Apple's market valuation will top US$1trn over the next 12 to 18 months following the launch of the iPhone 8 in September . Reports also have it that Google is slowly overtaking Amazon when it comes to popularity and sales because of the more robust design of the Home.

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Russian Federation probe looms over Trump's worldwide and domestic agenda

The departure of Michael Dubke, Mr. Trump's communications director, comes as aides as well as outside advisers say the President has apparently grown increasingly frustrated by allegations of Russian meddling in the 2016 election and revelations of possible ties between his campaign and Moscow.


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