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Donald Trump says Kim Jong-un could be invited to the US

Donald Trump says Kim Jong-un could be invited to the US

Giuliani said . He added the USA could "absolutely" sign an agreement to end the Korean War, tough the bloodshed stopped with a 1953 armistice, and that, eventually, "we would certainly like to see normalization" with Pyongyang. The president said he was also optimistic about a normalisation of diplomatic relations with North Korea in the long term. Many Asia experts worry that Trump is, as one former Bush official who worked on Asia policy recently put it to POLITICO, "is going to wing ... Read More

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Colorado baker Jack Phillips says he's ready to make wedding cakes again

Colorado baker Jack Phillips says he's ready to make wedding cakes again

To celebrate, he bought a cherry cake from Masterpiece. The justices, in a 7-2 decision, faulted the Colorado Civil Rights Commission's handling of the claims brought against Jack Phillips, saying it had showed a hostility to religion. Today , they're applauding the outcome. That law bars businesses from refusing service based on race, sex, marital status or sexual orientation. "If the only reason a public-accommodations law regulates speech is "to produce a society free of...biases" ... Read More

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Malaysia axes project to build high-speed rail link with Singapore

Malaysia axes project to build high-speed rail link with Singapore

Mahathir says the 350-kilometer (218-mile) rail project is too costly and that Malaysia "will make no money at all from this operation". The project is out for tender and was scheduled to be completed by 2026. What's pushing Chinese high-speed train projects off the rails overseas? The project was planned to stretch 688km, connecting the South China Sea at the Thai border in the east with the shipping routes of the Strait of Malacca in the west. Read More

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Subtropical Storm Alberto heads to southern states

Subtropical Storm Alberto heads to southern states

Tropical Storm Warnings remain in place along the Gulf coast. Bay County emergency management officials held a news briefing Sunday, and said that due to tides and when the storm is expected to hit, any surge isn't a major concern. "My boyfriend and I usually try to go to the store and stock up on lots of bottled water, and get like canned goods and things that won't go bad if our power goes out", she said. Read More

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Patrick crashes in final Indy 500 start

Patrick crashes in final Indy 500 start

It still was a lot of great moments this month. "Unbelievable to be the first Australian to win the 500; maybe they will recognize me down there now", smiled Power. "I can't describe it", Power said. While there was plenty of disappointment in Patrick's words there was not a hint of regret, having been steadfast in the buildup to Sunday's race she would not get behind the wheel again and had no interest in being involved as an owner or mentor to young racers. Read More

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United States staffer in China suffers brain injury from odd sound

United States staffer in China suffers brain injury from odd sound

Embassy said on Wednesday. An investigation to establish the cause and impact has been launched by the US State Department. It added the Chinese Government told the embassy it is also investigating and taking appropriate measures. Emily Rauhala, The Washington Post's China correspondent , reported that the State Department confirmed the USA worker's ailment was diagnosed as a mild traumatic brain injury, something U.S. Read More

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UN mulls sending international war crimes probe to Gaza

UN mulls sending international war crimes probe to Gaza

Responding to criticism from the United Nations human rights chief at a debate that is likely to end by setting up an inquiry into recent violence, she said the Council had returned to its "worst form of anti-Israel obsession". The council met after the bloodiest day for Palestinians since the 2014 Gaza war, while only miles away the United States opened its new embassy in Jerusalem. Read More

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KELLYANNE: Schumer, Others Owe Trump 'An Apology' Over MS-13 Remarks

KELLYANNE: Schumer, Others Owe Trump 'An Apology' Over MS-13 Remarks

The Associated Press tweeted that it had "deleted a tweet from late Wednesday on Trump's "animals" comment about immigrants because it wasn't made clear that he was speaking after a comment about gang members". With Trump in power, the machinery of government has once again been tuned to mete out disproportionate punishment to the wrong sorts of people-the Justice Department has ended programs scrutinizing local police forces; visa applications from Muslim countries have plummeted; ... Read More

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Early results in Iraq election favor populist cleric al-Sadr

Early results in Iraq election favor populist cleric al-Sadr

Sadr's gains have called into question the presence of U.S. forces in Iraq , where more than 5,000 troops are indefinitely deployed to prevent a resurgence of the Islamic State group. "I call on Iraqis to respect the results of the elections ", he said. He announced Tuesday on state television that it was the responsibility of Iraq's Independent High Electoral Commission (IHEC) to conduct the recount to determine accurate results, citing high-profile charges of vote tampering in the ... Read More

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Windsor Before Prince Harry Weds Meghan Markle

Windsor Before Prince Harry Weds Meghan Markle

Harry is the grandson of Queen Elizabeth and sixth-in-line to the throne and will marry Markle, star of US TV drama " Suits " next Saturday at Windsor Castle, home to the British royal family for almost 1,000 years. After the wedding, the couple plans to leave Windsor Castle in a carriage for a roughly two-mile procession, traveling along the High Street through the town of Windsor before returning to the castle by the Long Walk, according to the Palace. Read More

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Iran says Syria has every right to defend itself against Israel

Iran says Syria has every right to defend itself against Israel

Earlier, in his interview with Russian Presidential Aide for Defense Industry Cooperation, Vladimir Kozhin, he said that the issue of Russia supplying an S-300 to Syria was not yet on the agenda since Damascus "has everything it needs". Syria blamed Israel for the Tuesday strikes that hit near the capital. Russian Federation is backing away from a proposal to supply the Syrian government with a state-of-the-art missile defense system following a visit to Moscow by Israeli Prime Minister ... Read More

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Avengers: Infinity War Just Opened To Huge Numbers In China

Avengers: Infinity War Just Opened To Huge Numbers In China

Sans no competition from another tentpole, Avengers: Infinity War has topped the box office for three consecutive weekends, a veritable eternity in summer, when Hollywood tentpoles generally open one on top of another. Rounding out the top five this weekend are Lionsgate and MGM's rom-com remake Overboard , with about $10.1 million, and Paramount's silently spooky horror hit A Quiet Place , with about $6.4 million. Read More

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Manchester United's Jose Mourinho positive Sir Alex Ferguson will make full recovery

Manchester United's Jose Mourinho positive Sir Alex Ferguson will make full recovery

Speaking ahead of United's Premier League trip to West Ham United on Thursday, Mourinho was reluctant to discuss Ferguson's health in detail out of respect for his family's privacy but was confident the Scot would make a full recovery. You can take the man of football but you cannot take football out of the man. I was just devastated. "I wish him the best". I know he has that fight in him. Read More

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