• Gators prevail for first national title
Gators prevail for first national title

It was a call that LSU fans will be lamenting for quite some time. Teams that made at least one error were 6-11 in the 2017 CWS. Poche and Robertson joined LSU coach Paul Mainieri in the post-game press conference following the defeat and neither wanted to trade this extra year for anything - despite the result.

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  • Trump sends 20 additional federal agents to Chicago to battle gun violence
Trump sends 20 additional federal agents to Chicago to battle gun violence

Attorney General Jeff Sessions , speaking Friday on the Fox News Channel's morning show, "Fox & Friends", said the Justice Department is "sending in additional gun investigators" to Chicago and that he has urged the US attorney's office to prosecute gun cases aggressively.

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  • China releases evidence of Indian army's 'transgression' into its territory
China releases evidence of Indian army's 'transgression' into its territory

China officially raised the matter of so-called Indian troops trespassing into their territory both with New Delhi and Beijing, issuing stern statements that withdrawal of Indian troops from the Doklam plateau was a "prerequisite" for any dialogue between the two countries and to prevent escalation.

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  • Israeli jets strike Syrian military positions near Golan Heights
Israeli jets strike Syrian military positions near Golan Heights

It comes just two days after the IDF similarly fired at Syrian Army positions, after a projectile also hit an area in the northern Golan Heights. Smoke rising near the Israeli-Syrian border on June 24. However, it is widely believed that Israel often carried out airstrikes on weapons convoys in Syria, and has been providing medical treatment to h...

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  • Oscar Mayer Adds New Vehicles, Drone to WienerFleet
Oscar Mayer Adds New Vehicles, Drone to WienerFleet

Plus, if you're looking a job, Amazon's CEO is hiring, but not for the e-commerce business we know and love. "We're committed to getting our new hot dog in everyone's hands-and going to great lengths to do this", he continued. I have also seen the iconic Oscar Mayer Wienermobile cruising around the streets multiple times growing up. The Kr...

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  • State AG's Threaten Legal Action if Trump Admin Keeps DACA
State AG's Threaten Legal Action if Trump Admin Keeps DACA

Now, however, Republican leaders including ten state Attorneys General and one governor are threatening to take action if DACA isn't rescinded soon. Paxton's letter was issued in response to ongoing litigation by Texas and other states against the 2012 program.

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  • Rain showers lighten by this afternoon
Rain showers lighten by this afternoon

There will be one more nice, pleasantly warm day on Thursday as winds will be lighter, skies sunny and no rain around Southern Idaho. Friday will be a gorgeous summer day to finish up June. Drier air builds in for Sunday with sunshine, but highs will still rise well into the 80s. Have a safe and happy holiday weekend! There's been a rathe...

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  • Lawson Denies Presidential Commission Access To Voter Info
Lawson Denies Presidential Commission Access To Voter Info

Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach , the commission's vice chairman, sent letters to all 50 states on Wednesday requesting "publicly-available voter roll data", the Hill reported . The national Lawyers' Committee for Civil Rights is urging state secretaries to "refuse cooperation". "Virginia conducts fair, honest and democratic elections,...

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  • Chris Froome signs two-year extension with Team Sky
Chris Froome signs two-year extension with Team Sky

Three-time Tour victor Froome had on Wednesday described Porte as "the man to beat" after the Tasmanian's strong showing at the Criterium du Dauphine earlier this month. The question today is if Porte can cope with all that, now that he is seen as a Tour favourite. "My preparation this season was different, and we always had the idea that the Tou...

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  • Texas Supreme Court: Married Gays Have No 'Inherent Right' To Government Benefits
Texas Supreme Court: Married Gays Have No 'Inherent Right' To Government Benefits

Foundation President Kayla Moore said: "The Texas Supreme Court demonstrated the critical thinking needed to see the difference between Obergefell and the case before it, as well as the courage to follow the law instead of bowing to political correctness".

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  • Monalisa Perez Killed Her Boyfriend While Trying To Make A Viral Video
Monalisa Perez Killed Her Boyfriend While Trying To Make A Viral Video

She tweeted , "probably going to shoot one of the most risky videos ever". Mr Ruiz died from a single gunshot wound to the chest, according to authorities . "They were in love, they loved each other", Ruiz's aunt Claudia Ruiz told WDAY-TV. She reportedly called 911 immediately after the shooting and told the dispatcher she had accidentally s...

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  • Merkel vows to put climate change at the center of G20 talks
Merkel vows to put climate change at the center of G20 talks

German Chancellor Angela Merkel has said this year's G20 summit will focus on furthering the aims of the Paris climate deal - putting her on a direct collision course with the United States president. "Only together will we manage to find the right answers to the central questions of our time". The United States is the world's second largest ...

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  • Block in Wembley ruled safe despite fire test failure
Block in Wembley ruled safe despite fire test failure

On Wednesday evening, it emerged that retired Court of Appeal judge Sir Martin Moore-Bick has been appointed to lead the public inquiry into the disaster. The officer in charge of the police investigation has said exterior cladding at Grenfell Tower had failed all fire safety tests and that police say they would consider criminal charges, includi...

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  • CNN Reporter Complains About Being Blackballed After Spending Press Briefing Interrupting Spicer
CNN Reporter Complains About Being Blackballed After Spending Press Briefing Interrupting Spicer

Audio from the briefing was embargoed until the event had ended. White House press secretary Sean Spicer during a briefing on Monday. The press secretary ignored Mr Acosta's shouts. No reporter has done so yet, though CNN has begun combining audio recordings of Spicer's answers with still photos to approximate the experience.

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  • Trump to meet Putin at G-20 summit in Germany next week
Trump to meet Putin at G-20 summit in Germany next week

Describing it as a "high-stakes" meeting, National Security Advisor H.R. McMaster explained it would be one of several important one-on-one meetings Trump would engage in with other members of the so-called "Group of Twenty". election to help Trump win. The format for Trump and Putin's meeting at the G20 has not yet been set. But Lavrov added t...

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  • Brian Head Fire continues to ravage southern Utah
Brian Head Fire continues to ravage southern Utah

The blaze has since spread about 20 miles east, near Panguitch Lake, according to the Associated Press . The total burned acres in Utah is already 72 percent of the total of burned acres for all of past year, according to the Great Basin Coordination Center .

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  • Council of Europe commissioner criticizes ban on LGBT Pride march in Istanbul
Council of Europe commissioner criticizes ban on LGBT Pride march in Istanbul

The 2017 Istanbul LBGTI Pride organizers had said they would press ahead with their planned march, despite it being banned for the third year in succession. After the Istanbul governor banned his city's gay pride parade, LGBT activists made a decision to hold a protest instead of marching. Reintke is among those who criticized the arrests and...

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  • Samsung to Invest $380 Million in South Carolina Factory for Home Appliances
Samsung to Invest $380 Million in South Carolina Factory for Home Appliances

How much is Samsung investing in this facility? The latest estimated cost for the plant will be $380 million dollars. In a statement, Samsung Electronics Chief Executive B.K. Yoon Boo-keun, president of the consumer electronics division of Samsung Electronics, flew to Washington, as part of a group of business leaders who accompanied the preside...

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  • Tinder Gold Lets You See Who Likes You Before You Swipe
Tinder Gold Lets You See Who Likes You Before You Swipe

The love-finding app has introduced a new option called 'Gold, ' and it lets users pay to see how many likes they've received from others, helping them jump straight to the potential matches and get the process underway. If you download the Tinder app and get started swiping, you're doing so blind; other people may have "liked" you, but you won't...

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  • This Is What US President Rick Perry Would Have Looked Like
This Is What US President Rick Perry Would Have Looked Like

President Trump drew some unwanted attention to coal power plants when he withdrew the United States from the Paris Agreement on climate change earlier this month, and a new report from the consulting firm M.J. President Donald Trump has called climate change a hoax perpetrated by China to give it a leg up economically, and just weeks ago he pu...

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  • CNN Retracted Fake Russian Story Because It Faced $100M Lawsuit
CNN Retracted Fake Russian Story Because It Faced $100M Lawsuit

The latest dispute is centred on a CNN story from last week that said the Senate Intelligence Committee was investigating Trump campaign adviser Anthony Scaramucci for allegedly meeting with a Russian investor days before Trump's inauguration.

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  • Obama So Sure Clinton Would Win, He Didn't Stop Russian Meddling
Obama So Sure Clinton Would Win, He Didn't Stop Russian Meddling

Remember, the hacking wasn't publicly acknowledged by USA intelligence officials until January when that material was declassified. I didn't think it was enough to tell them after the election. No specific decisions have been made yet concerning the upcoming meeting between Russian President Vladimir Putin and his United States counterpart Don...

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  • Syrian Observatory: air strike kills 42 in Islamic State-held town
Syrian Observatory: air strike kills 42 in Islamic State-held town

More than 420 civilians were killed by the US-led coalition in air strikes targeting IS militants inside two Syrian provinces over the past month, the group said last week. In a news bulletin flashed on screen, it said the building had been used as a prison for a "large number of civilians". The US-led coalition against the jihadists have condu...

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  • Chile out to curb Portugal goal-king Ronaldo
Chile out to curb Portugal goal-king Ronaldo

Chile , who won the Copa America in both 2015 and 2016, will present Portugal with their toughest test yet in Russian Federation, but the South Americans have not beaten Portugal in three attempts, with two defeats and a draw. Mexico eliminated hosts Russian Federation with a 2-1 win in Kazan to join Portugal on seven points, with Santos...

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  • Rosneft says hit by
Rosneft says hit by "powerful" cyber attack

More so, Russia's top oil producer Rosneft said a large-scale cyber attack hit its servers and computer systems at some banks and the main airport in neighboring Ukraine were also disrupted. Sistema declined to comment on the estimates. Russia's biggest mobile operator MTS said on Monday a court decision to "arrest" a number of its shares own...

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  • At least 12 injured in Eid day clashes in Kashmir
At least 12 injured in Eid day clashes in Kashmir

Big gatherings were also reported from Sonawar and Soura Shrines in the heart of the city, they said, adding that similar gatherings were held at all districts headquarters and major towns of the Valley. Barring a few incidents of stone-pelting after the prayers, the situation in the Valley remained peaceful. As tensions run high in the region, loc...

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  • Feds looking into Bernie Sanders' wife over real estate deal
Feds looking into Bernie Sanders' wife over real estate deal

Sanders' office had exerted "improper pressure" on People's United Bank to approve a $6.7 million, tax-exempt loan for the college. In 2011, Sanders stepped down from her position as president. "It has everything to do with an enormous transfer of wealth from working people to the richest Americans", Sanders said. "I think the American people ...

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  • White House spokesman Spicer draws heat off camera
White House spokesman Spicer draws heat off camera

Acosta, however, wasn't ready to let it go. My question: Is any news organization willing to defy Spicer and just turn the cameras on? They're in the room. The White House Correspondents Association also has objected to the press restrictions. During Mr Trump's first press conference after winning the election, the CNN reporter was shouted do...

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  • JK lynching: Cops form SIT, arrest five of 12 identified
JK lynching: Cops form SIT, arrest five of 12 identified

The advisory came a day after a DySP rank officer Mohammad Ayub Pandith was brutally lynched outside Jamia Masjid. "In Srinagar , the personnel have been asked to offer Eid prayers at DPL Srinagar (District Police Lines) or the Police Control Room", the newspaper quoted a senior police officer saying.

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  • Israel attacks Syrian posts after cross-border fire from Syria
Israel attacks Syrian posts after cross-border fire from Syria

On Saturday, the Israeli Air Force attacked the Syrian government forces' tanks and artillery positions after 10 projectiles fell on the Israeli-controlled part of the Golan Heights . According to SANA, the battles in this region are between President Bashar Assad's army and the Nusra Front, a Salafist rebel group in Syria. "We will respond stro...

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  • Another leadership test for Pelosi, who's weathered many
Another leadership test for Pelosi, who's weathered many

The plan, sealed among the conservatives who dominate the House Budget Committee, would largely reject cuts proposed by Trump and White House budget director Mick Mulvaney to annual domestic agency operating budgets. That's not say they are off the hook. " Time to move forward and win again". Stivers noted that his committee has outraised its Demo...

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  • Panels on 60 UK buildings fail fire safety tests
Panels on 60 UK buildings fail fire safety tests

We were advised by the Department for Communities and Local Government (DCLG) to submit samples of some of our cladding panels to the Building Research Establishment (BRE) for testing . Fallout from this month's catastrophic apartment tower fire keeps spreading across the United Kingdom, with more inspection failures and an order to vacate unsafe a...

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  • North Korea tests another rocket engine
North Korea tests another rocket engine

According to the official, North Korea conducted a static rocket engine test at its Sohae launch facility. "I think that the weapon systems that the Agency for Defense Development is working on are means not of destruction and slaughter but rather of dialogue and peace", Moon was also quoted as saying by Park.

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  • Qatar says list of demands not realistic
Qatar says list of demands not realistic

Emirati Minister of State for Foreign Affairs Anwar Gargash told reporters in Dubai that his country and its allies do not want "regime change" in Qatar , but a "behavioral change". QATAR POSITION: Qatar denies it aids terrorist groups. Qatar has been given 10 days to comply, reports The Guardian . "NHRC noted that Qatar's acceptance of ...

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  • Some House Democrats mull over how to oust Pelosi as leader
Some House Democrats mull over how to oust Pelosi as leader

The two candidates together had spent more money on this campaign than on any other House contest in USA history, over US$50 million. Ossoff almost won the open race outright in April with 48 percent of the vote, but he wasn't able to improve on that and Handel won Tuesday's runoff by almost 4 points.

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