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For one, the red border on the Trump cover was thinner than a normal TIME cover, and it lacks the thin white line that the magazine usually features. Early on Tuesday morning, Donald Trump fired off two tweets that served as his latest salvo against so-called "fake news", taking care to mention and tag major, "failing" institutions like the New York Times and the Washington Post .
  • Trump returns to Iowa and unhappy independent voters

    Trump returns to Iowa and unhappy independent voters

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    The most heated debate was around the two police bills, which would make people carrying hypodermic needles disclose that to police and make it a crime to expose first responders to blood-borne pathogens. An industry source said that fact is making at least some insurers look more favorably on the legislation. Sen. Cory Gardner, R-Colo., is in a unique position as a leader among his colleagues.
  • Trump calls Warmbier's death a 'total disgrace'

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    North Korean officials said he became comatose after he was given a sleeping pill following a botulism diagnosis. The University of Cincinnati doctors didn't find any evidence of botulism , but several neurologists said that doesn't rule it out.
  • Saudi Arabia says captured 3 Iran Revolutionary Guards from boat

    Saudi Arabia says captured 3 Iran Revolutionary Guards from boat

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    Two other boats that also approached Marjan managed to escape after the Saudi navy fired warning shots, the agency reported. The Saudi government is claiming that members on board the vessel approached its offshore oil field Marjan with the intent of carrying out a terrorist act, Reuters reports.
  • Trump says British election results 'surprising'

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    Britain's typically right-wing press savaged May over the election outcome, questioning whether she will be able to remain in power after a result that leaves her reliant on uniting rival factions within her party to deliver Brexit . German politician and European Union executive member Guenther Oettinger said, however, that a weak British leader increased the risk negotiations would turn out badly.
  • Trump has 'no intention' of firing special counsel Mueller: White House

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    Rosenstein was testifying in place of Sessions, who over the weekend canceled his own appearance before the committee and instead agreed to testify in front of the Senate Intelligence Committee. Former House of Representatives Speaker Newt Gingrich praised Robert Mueller when he was appointed special counsel but has since changed his opinion.
  • Trump appears to confirm he is under investigation

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    Trump fired former FBI Director James Comey in May after Rosenstein authored a memo advising him to do so. Trump later said he had planned to fire Comey regardless of what recommendation he received from Rosenstein and Attorney General Jeff Sessions , who has recused himself from the Russian Federation investigation .
  • Trump appears to confirm he's under investigation

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    If the report is true and if it is confirmed that Trump obstructed justice by trying to get former Federal Bureau of Investigation ( FBI ) Director James Comey , and perhaps others, to end the Russian Federation probe, that could lead to the President's impeachment by Congress, something that many Democratic lawmakers say they would pursue if circumstances warrant.
  • Taliban Militants Storm Afghan Police Post

    Taliban Militants Storm Afghan Police Post

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    Several US military personnel were wounded and evacuated after an apparent insider attack Saturday by an Afghan soldier in northern Afghanistan . The attack was reportedly by an afghan Soldier and it is termed as a insider act. Earlier this year in March a similar insider attack wounded three U.S. soldiers at an Afghan military complex in Helmand province. The attacker was shot and killed and one Afghan soldier was wounded.
  • 'Hostile rhetoric': Trump's Cuba restrictions pushes it closer to China and Russian Federation

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    The government remained willing to engage in "respectful dialogue", it said in a statement. President Donald Trump's announcement that he's "cancelling" his predecessor's policy toward Cuba is a good deal less than meets the ear. "Our new policy begins with strictly enforcing United States law", he told a cheering crowd in Miami's Little Havana, the spiritual home of the Cuban- American community.
  • The Internet's Kamala Harris-Sexism Debate Rages On At 'The View'

    The Internet's Kamala Harris-Sexism Debate Rages On At 'The View'

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    Harris hysterical?" On Tuesday, the two again interjected as she questioned Sessions over his role as campaign surrogate for President Donald Trump and contact with Russian officials. Her constant interruptions of the witness showed utter disrespect for the institution, but made her " presidential timbre " to her peers and the media.
  • Wife: Man who shot congressman wanted to work on tax policy

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    Hodgkinson is originally from Belleville, Illinois - 800 miles from where the 66-year-old opened fire on Republican members of Congress at a Virginia baseball field. (Ironically, the game the congressmen were preparing for is a traditionally friendly rivalry between the two parties.) At times like this, myriad questions arise.