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Trump will try to leave his troubles behind him tomorrow as he departs on the first foreign trip of his presidency. It's also expected to streamline the permit-approval process and contain some regulatory, administrative and policy reforms to help speed up project delivery, Chao said .
  • I'll defend country, says new French President Macron

    I'll defend country, says new French President Macron

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    Emmanuel Macron has been elected the President of France after beating extreme right National Front leader Marine Le Pen in a victory being hailed by the entertainment word as one for "light and sanity". "Will the Macron-Le Pen divide - which is a national, existential identity divide, not the usual left-right split - continue into the legislative election?" Many voters backed him reluctantly, simply to keep out Le Pen's extremism.
  • Everyone is in Andy Samberg's doping mockumentary. Even Lance Armstrong

    Everyone is in Andy Samberg's doping mockumentary. Even Lance Armstrong

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    Tour De Pharmacy focuses on five cyclists in 1982 as they dealt with the controversy of almost every athlete doping in order to get an edge on competition. He previously appeared as himself in Dodgeball (pre-career freefall) and was actually pretty impressive at playing a amusing version of himself, but whether or not we as an audience are willing to accept him poking fun at himself here is yet to be seen.
  • 3 men stole car, killed 6-year-old in back seat

    3 men stole car, killed 6-year-old in back seat

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    Hinds County sheriff's officials say the child's mother had left the auto running with Kingston inside. At 9:47 a.m., approximately seven hours after Frazier was taken, the Amber Alert for Frazier was canceled. He also said he is a former member of the football team. Wakefield, a senior at Ridgeland High School and the school's former starting quarterback, was taken into custody soon after Kingston's body was found.
  • New Orleans removes another Confederate monument

    New Orleans removes another Confederate monument

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    Landrieu said the men honored in the statues fought against the nation. Instead, perhaps these statues come to life and roam the streets, Godzilla-style, at night. The statues may be placed in a museum or another site at some point, "where they can be placed in their proper historical context from a dark period of American history", city spokesman Tyronne Walker said.
  • Confederate monuments bill goes to governor

    Confederate monuments bill goes to governor

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    They said the treatment can be life-changing, but at $100-per-hour is out of many families' financial reach. Insurance companies and business groups had raised concerns about costs. Government insurance plans, such as Medicaid and All-Kids, would also have to supply the coverage but it the mandate would be delayed until late 2018 because lawmakers have already approved the upcoming budget.
  • Amazon set to launch a new Echo with a screen

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    The new Amazon Echo Show with a touchscreen is capable of streaming videos and while music is playing, it shows song lyrics on the screen. It goes live for pre-orders today, and the shipping will begin around the 28th of June. Amazon's new speaker is called Echo Show . While the voice-activated assistant is capable of connecting to devices such as the Philips Hue lighting system, ArsTechnica says it will also be compatible with "smart cameras from Ring and Arlo ".
  • Roadside bomb kills 11; Afghan policeman kills 5 colleagues

    Roadside bomb kills 11; Afghan policeman kills 5 colleagues

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    Abdul Wahab Momand, district governor, says the policeman turned his rifle on colleagues Thursday night in eastern Nangarhar province at an outpost in the district of Ghanikhil. Assistance Mission in Afghanistan (UNAMA) warned that the number of child deaths resulting from conflict-related incidents in the country have risen by 21 percent in the first four months of 2017.
  • NY Square pedestrian horror: Accused driver taken in for 'evaluation'

    NY Square pedestrian horror: Accused driver taken in for 'evaluation'

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    Witnesses to the wreck in Times Square say they watched in horror as the vehicle plowed into a group of pedestrians, killing one and injuring 22 others. Rojas, 26, who suffered from "psychological issues", told police he expected officers to shoot him, according to the source. The driver of the 2009 Honda Accord was in custody, police said .
  • Pakistan to form new team of lawyers in Jadhav case: Aziz

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    Jadhav is not executed pending the final decision in these proceedings", the court at The Hague said in a unanimous order . In an emergency hearing on Monday , India had accused Pakistan of "egregious violations of the Vienna convention" by denying Mr Jadhav, a former navy officer, of legal counsel and consular access and refusing to reveal the charges or evidence against him.
  • Shadow Brokers teases more Windows exploits and cyberespionage data

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    National security journalist Marcy Wheeler has suggested that Shadow Brokers' recent claims of a new Windows 10 exploit might be a deliberate attempt to inflame tensions between Microsoft and the USA government. But the naming of Windows 10 specifically will undoubtedly set Microsoft, its partners and corporations using the latest version of Windows, which until now has been unaffected by WannaCry, on edge.