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  • Forced To Choose Between Putin And His Own Government, Trump Picks Putin

    Forced To Choose Between Putin And His Own Government, Trump Picks PutinWASHINGTON ― Forced to choose between the Russian dictator who helped him win




  • Papa John's Founder Accuses Media Agency Of Extorting Him Over Racial Slur

    Papa John's Founder Accuses Media Agency Of Extorting Him Over Racial SlurBetter ingredients, better pizza and now better scapegoats?




  • 21 Sweet Photos From Royal Christenings Through The Years

    21 Sweet Photos From Royal Christenings Through The YearsRoyal baby cuteness alert!




  • The Prettiest Town in Every U.S. State

    The Prettiest Town in Every U.S. State




  • Delayed arraignment for suspect in Massachusetts police shooting

    Delayed arraignment for suspect in Massachusetts police shootingA Massachusetts man suspected of killing a police officer and a bystander with the officer's pistol will not be formally charged on Monday because he is still recovering from wounds sustained during a gunfight with police, officials said. Suspect Emanuel Lopes, 20, was arrested early Sunday after police in Weymouth, Massachusetts, received a report of a person driving erratically. "The Norfolk District Attorney's Office has now been informed that Emanuel Lopes will not be medically available for arraignment today," David Traub, a spokesman for the Norfolk County District Attorney's Office, said in a statement.




  • Trending: Trump and Putin at the #TreasonSummit

    Trending: Trump and Putin at the #TreasonSummitAt the conclusion of President Trump's extraordinary joint news conference with Russian President Vladimir Putin, critical reaction flooded in from members of the media, political analysts and government officials, but none resonated more than that of CNN anchor Anderson Cooper.




  • These 6 Stores Are Having Mega Sales To Compete With Prime Day 2018

    These 6 Stores Are Having Mega Sales To Compete With Prime Day 2018Unless you've taken a digital detox in the last week, you probably know that




  • With New Illinois Gun Law, 'Red Flag' States Have More Than Doubled Since Parkland

    With New Illinois Gun Law, 'Red Flag' States Have More Than Doubled Since ParklandIllinois Gov. Bruce Rauner (R) signed a so-called "red flag" measure into law




  • Mike Pompeo rejects EU appeal for exemptions in sanctions against Iran

    Mike Pompeo rejects EU appeal for exemptions in sanctions against IranMike Pompeo, the US Secretary of State, has rejected a high-level appeal from the EU for exemptions from sanctions against Iran, throwing into doubt billions of euros worth of trade. Senior officials from Britain, France and Germany had pleaded with the US not to impose sanctions next month on European companies which do business with Iran.  In a letter to the nations' finance and foreign ministers, Mr Pompeo and Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin rejected the appeal, saying America wanted to exert "unprecedented financial pressure" on Tehran after President Donald Trump pulled out of the nuclear deal in May.  Mr Pompeo added that the US will not ease the sanctions until it sees a “tangible, demonstrable and sustained shift’’ in Iran’s policies. “The president withdrew from the [Iran nuclear deal] for a simple reason - it failed to guarantee the safety of the American people,’’ Mr Pompeo and Mr Mnuchin wrote in a letter leaked to the press on Sunday night.  “We are thus not in a position to make exceptions to this policy except in very specific circumstances where it clearly benefits our national security.’’ The letter was a response to an appeal from the three European countries last month, in which they said they “strongly regret” the US decision to withdraw.  Some of Europe's biggest firms rushed to do business with Iran after the nuclear deal was implemented in 2015 and last year the EU exported €10.8bn (£9.5bn) in goods and services to Iran.  Imports from Iran were also worth €10.1bn (£8.8bn). The other countries that reached the nuclear agreement with Iran - the UK, France, Germany, Russia and China - pledged to continue to honour the nuclear agreement to lift economic sanctions in return for curbs on Iran’s nuclear program. However the US withdrawal may make that a practical impossibility. Iran has said it will stay in the deal if it still receives the economic benefits. The EU nations had sought a host of exemptions, including assurances that secondary sanctions on companies that deal with Iran would not be applied to EU businesses and individuals.  However, one EU diplomat said they had not realistically expected to get sanctions relief from the US, and a number of companies such as Peugeot and Total have already cut back their business with Iran for fear of jeopardising their business prospects in the US. The first set of US sanctions, which take effect on August 6, will target Iran's automotive sector, trade in gold and in other key metals. The remaining sanctions are due to come into effect on November 4 and will target Iran's energy sector, in particular its oil trade, and transactions with the Central Bank of Iran.




  • Obama visits father's native Kenya to open youth center

    Obama visits father's native Kenya to open youth centerFormer US president Barack Obama paid a visit to his extended family in Kenya Monday, on his first trip to the country since 2015 during which he will open a youth center. Obama arrived in his father’s native Kenya on Sunday, where he paid courtesy calls on President Uhuru Kenyatta and main opposition leader Raila Odinga. On Monday he flew to the west of the country, where under extremely tight security he paid a visit to the home of his step-grandmother Sarah Obama in the village of Kogelo, an AFP reporter said.




  • Anthony Bourdain slams Clintons, Weinstein in last interview

    Anthony Bourdain slams Clintons, Weinstein in last interviewIn a newly released interview, Anthony Bourdain slams the Clintons and Harvey Weinstein, calling Bill Clinton ‘Gropey and rapey’ and describing how he would like to see Weinstein die.




  • Anger over 'callous' Magufuli remarks on prisoners

    Anger over 'callous' Magufuli remarks on prisonersAmnesty International on Monday slammed Tanzanian President John Magufuli for ordering that prisoners be made to work "day and night" and be kicked if lazy. "All people deprived of their liberty must be treated with humanity and with respect for the inherent dignity of the human person," Amina Hersi, Amnesty International's East Africa campaigner told AFP. "President Magufuli's statement that lazy inmates should be 'kicked' is not only callous but if implemented would amount to cruel, inhumane or degrading treatment or punishment," she added.




  • Man Removed Ahead Of Trump, Putin Press Conference For Holding Sign

    Man Removed Ahead Of Trump, Putin Press Conference For Holding SignA man was forcibly removed before the start of a Monday press conference with




  • Future Lexus F Models Could Be Hybrids, Possibly For New GT Model

    Future Lexus F Models Could Be Hybrids, Possibly For New GT ModelA fully electric Lexus UX might be on the way, too.




  • Amazingly Obsessive Little Details That Make These Cars Better

    Amazingly Obsessive Little Details That Make These Cars Better




  • Photo: Kīlauea volcano's lava forms new land off Hawaii's coast

    Photo: Kīlauea volcano's lava forms new land off Hawaii's coastThe ongoing Kilauea volcano eruptions in Hawaii have led to the formation of a tiny, new piece of land made of lava, which was initially considered to be an island.




  • NASA commercial crew program for space station faces delays, report says

    NASA commercial crew program for space station faces delays, report saysPlans to launch the first NASA astronauts since 2011 to the International Space Station from the United States look set to be delayed due to incomplete safety measures and accountability holes in the agency's commercial crew program, according to a federal report released on Wednesday. SpaceX and Boeing Co are the two main contractors selected under the National Aeronautics and Space Administration's commercial crew program to build spacecraft that had been expected to send U.S. astronauts to space as soon as 2019.




  • 7-Year-Old Michigan Girl Struck and Killed While Texting for Help After Father Crashed Car

    7-Year-Old Michigan Girl Struck and Killed While Texting for Help After Father Crashed CarIt's believed the father had been driving drunk.




  • Demi Moore Destroys Bruce Willis In Surprise Roast Appearance

    Demi Moore Destroys Bruce Willis In Surprise Roast AppearanceNobody has better material than a former spouse.




  • The Navy’s Littoral Combat Ship: Armed with New Torpedo Defenses

    The Navy’s Littoral Combat Ship: Armed with New Torpedo DefensesDetecting torpedoes will naturally reduce risk for other ship assets, such as its vertical take-off Fire Scout drones and small boats, such as its 11-meter Rigid Inflatable Boats, or RIBs.




  • Audi R8 Spyder Spied Up Close Looking Angrier

    Audi R8 Spyder Spied Up Close Looking AngrierThe oval exhausts are only part of the story as the prototype had numerous other tweaks.




  • FANG surge leads stock market recovery, putting Netflix in spotlight

    FANG surge leads stock market recovery, putting Netflix in spotlightBy Caroline Valetkevitch and Noel Randewich NEW YORK/SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - The FANGs have gotten their bite back, and they are helping Wall Street erase the wrenching correction that beset it in February. Facebook, Amazon.com, Netflix and Google's parent Alphabet have led the technology and consumer discretionary sectors back to record high levels in recent days. Whether they can haul the wider market over that threshold likely hinges on the rush of quarterly scorecards due soon from the four of them, starting with Netflix late on Monday.




  • Parade Of 70 Land Rovers Celebrates 70 Years At Goodwood

    Parade Of 70 Land Rovers Celebrates 70 Years At GoodwoodExamples of all of the company's previous models were on hand.




  • Woman survived 7 days after driving off California cliff

    Woman survived 7 days after driving off California cliffMORRO BAY, Calif. (AP) — A couple on a camping trip found a missing Oregon woman who had survived for nearly a week after her car went over a cliff in coastal California, authorities said.




  • 2019 Genesis G70

    2019 Genesis G702019 Genesis G70




  • A Passenger Bus Crash in New Mexico Has Killed Three People and Injured Dozens

    A Passenger Bus Crash in New Mexico Has Killed Three People and Injured DozensSome of the injured are in critical condition




  • The Latest: Details emerge on gunman's death, earlier case

    The Latest: Details emerge on gunman's death, earlier caseKANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — The Latest on the shooting of three Kansas City police officers (all times local):




  • Pompeo: US, N. Korea hold 'productive' talks on war remains

    Pompeo: US, N. Korea hold 'productive' talks on war remainsSEOUL, South Korea (AP) — U.S. and North Korean officials held "productive" talks Sunday to discuss the return of U.S. service members' remains missing since the Korean War, U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said.




  • Parliament vote to reveal extent of anger over May's Brexit plan

    Parliament vote to reveal extent of anger over May's Brexit planBy William James LONDON (Reuters) - British Prime Minister Theresa May will face the anger of Brexit supporters in her party on Monday when they try to force her to change course on her strategy for leaving the European Union. May is battling for her political survival after announcing a Brexit negotiating strategy that enraged eurosceptics in her Conservative Party, who see it as a plan to keep Britain too closely tied to Brussels. The size of the threat should become clear on Monday when lawmakers vote on amendments to legislation on the government's post-Brexit customs regime, with leading eurosceptics set to vote in favor of amendments that May opposes and back their own proposals to toughen up her exit plan.




  • The Latest: Crews to try again to get body of firefighter

    The Latest: Crews to try again to get body of firefighterMARIPOSA, Calif. (AP) — The Latest on wildfires in California (all times local):




  • Chicago police release video of shooting that sparked violent protests

    Chicago police release video of shooting that sparked violent protestsChicago police on Sunday released body camera footage of officers shooting dead a black man as he reached for his concealed handgun, hoping to quell two days of violent and peaceful protests that had branded the incident a case of police brutality. The shooting on Saturday triggered violent clashes that night and more peaceful protests on Sunday in the latest in a string of U.S. police killings that have at times sparked nationwide demonstrations. Chicago had its own high-profile case leading to unrest in the 2014 police shooting of 17-year-old Laquan McDonald, who was holding a knife and shot dead as he walked away from police.




  • Mexico earthquake reveals lost ancient temple inside pyramid

    Mexico earthquake reveals lost ancient temple inside pyramidArchaeologists scanning a Mexican pyramid which was damaged by an earthquake have uncovered an ancient temple inside. A 7.1-magnitude earthquake which hit Mexico last September caused considerable damage to the country’s historical sites – including the Teopanzolco pyramid in the southern state of Morelos. Among what remains of the temple – which measured 6m by 4m (20ft by 13ft) – archaeologists found an incense burner and ceramic crockery.




  • Pakistan opens terrorism investigation against ex-PM's party 10 days before election

    Pakistan opens terrorism investigation against ex-PM's party 10 days before electionBy Mubasher Bukhari and Kay Johnson LAHORE, Pakistan/ISLAMABAD (Reuters) - Pakistani authorities have opened a criminal investigation into leaders of jailed former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif's political party under an anti-terrorism law, 10 days before a hotly contested general election, according to police documents. The case relates to a march staged by the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) on July 13, when Sharif returned to Pakistan, which defied a ban on holding public rallies on a Friday. Copies of two separate First Information Reports (FIR), which mark the formal opening of a criminal investigation, named PML-N leader Shehbaz Sharif, who is Nawaz Sharif's brother, and a number of other key figures.




  • Syria rebels evacuate 'cradle' of uprising as Israel strikes north

    Syria rebels evacuate 'cradle' of uprising as Israel strikes northHundreds of Syrian rebels and their relatives left the southern city of Daraa on Sunday under a deal to bring the "cradle" of the country's uprising back under government control. Just hours after the transfers, Syria accused its longtime enemy Israel of trying to support the rebels by targeting a Syrian army position in the war-ravaged country's north. After securing Damascus in May, President Bashar al-Assad turned his attention to rebels in the strategic south, where protests against his rule first erupted in 2011.




  • Where is the second Bullitt Mustang now?

    Where is the second Bullitt Mustang now?The 'hero' car is now big news but what about the stunt car? Was it really found in Mexico? And where is it now? We tell the story of the second Bullitt Mustang




  • Turkey marks 2nd anniversary of thwarting violent coup

    Turkey marks 2nd anniversary of thwarting violent coupISTANBUL (AP) — With prayers and other events, Turkey on Sunday commemorated the second anniversary of thwarting a coup against the Turkish president and the government that left nearly 290 people dead and hundreds wounded.




  • Last Kurd forces leave Syria's Manbij, allied fighters say

    Last Kurd forces leave Syria's Manbij, allied fighters sayThe last members of a Kurdish militia pulled out on Sunday from the Syrian town of Manbij, allied Arab fighters said, under a deal reached to avoid clashes with Turkey. The Kurdish People's Protection Units (YPG) led the victorious 2016 offensive to rid Manbij of the Islamic State group and had kept military advisers in the town to train local forces. It announced last month it would begin withdrawing from the town as the local Manbij Military Council was capable of holding it on its own.




  • Emmanuel Macron pictured in emphatic celebration as France lift World Cup in Russia

    Emmanuel Macron pictured in emphatic celebration as France lift World Cup in RussiaEmmanuel Macron celebrated France's victory over Croatia in the World Cup final with his own animated display of patriotism. The French president was seen wildly gesticulating from the VIP area in the stands next to a more subdued Vladimir Putin, the Russian leader, and Kolinda Grabar-Kitarović, Croatia's president. Before embracing the players after the final whistle - and opting to kiss 19-year-old goalscorer Kylian Mbappé on the head - Mr Macron was pictured pumping his fists in the air as he looked down on the packed Luzhniki Stadium in Moscow. As his team collected the cup on the pitch he joined Mr Putin and Mrs Grabar-Kitarović in handing out the winners and runners-up medals. Before the game Mr Putin said he told France's leader at a bilateral meeting that it's about time for Russia and France to "get over" the difficulties straining their relations. Mr Macron kissed Kylian Mbappé on the head before France were presented with the cup Credit: DYLAN MARTINEZ/ REUTERS Mr Putin met on Sunday in Moscow with French President Emmanuel Macron. Mr Macron's office said he wanted to make Europe's voice heard after last week's contentious Nato summit and before Putin's summit with US President Donald Trump. In the run-up to his election in 2017, Mr Macron accused the Kremlin of election meddling, saying that servers belonging to his campaign were hacked by a group likely to be associated with Russia.  




  • Italy to take some migrants after EU countries offer to help

    Italy to take some migrants after EU countries offer to helpBy Francesca Landini MILAN/BERLIN (Reuters) - Italy will allow some migrants to disembark in Sicily from two ships which picked up 450 asylum seekers from an overcrowded boat, Italy's Interior Minister Matteo Salvini said on Sunday on TV channel RaiNews24. The minister's comments came after Germany, France and Malta pledged to host in total 150 migrants from the two ships, responding to a request for help by Italy's Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte on Saturday. Conte said in a tweet on Sunday that Spain and Portugal had also promised to accept 50 asylum seekers each.




  • Cops and K-9s Pray With 9-Year-Old Boy Ahead of Risky Brain Surgery

    Cops and K-9s Pray With 9-Year-Old Boy Ahead of Risky Brain SurgeryLocal police officers paid Jalen Manns, 9, a home visit with their K-9s after hearing he likes German shepherds.




  • Gaza ceasefire largely holding after day-long flareup

    Gaza ceasefire largely holding after day-long flareupBy Nidal al-Mughrabi GAZA (Reuters) - A ceasefire largely held on Sunday along a tense Gaza-Israel border on Sunday following a day of fierce fighting, but Israel remained on high alert and boosted its air defenses in case hostilities resume. Israel carried out dozens of air strikes in Gaza on Saturday, killing two teenage boys, and militants fired more than 100 rockets across the border, wounding three people in a southern Israeli town. The ceasefire, the second between Israel and Gaza's dominant Hamas Islamists to be brokered by Egypt this year after a previous day-long flare-up in May, came into force late on Saturday.




  • White CVS manager calls police after not recognizing black woman's coupon

    White CVS manager calls police after not recognizing black woman's couponThe incident went viral after Chicago resident Camilla Hudson wrote about it on Facebook.




  • John Bolton Grilled About White House Decision To Cancel His CNN Interview

    John Bolton Grilled About White House Decision To Cancel His CNN InterviewNational security adviser John Bolton on Sunday addressed the White House's




  • Rand Paul Says He's 'Concerned,' 'Worried' About Brett Kavanaugh's Privacy Views

    Rand Paul Says He's 'Concerned,' 'Worried' About Brett Kavanaugh's Privacy ViewsSen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) is once again threatening to withhold support for one




  • Chicago police release body cam footage after fatal officer-involved shooting sparks protests

    Chicago police release body cam footage after fatal officer-involved shooting sparks protestsChicago police have released footage of officers approaching 37-year-old Harith Augustus before he was fatally shot on Saturday.




  • Trump calls the European Union a foe of the United States

    Trump calls the European Union a foe of the United StatesPresident Trump listed the European Union as one of the biggest U.S. foes while visiting the United Kingdom.




  • FL beach reopens after rare, double shark attack

    FL beach reopens after rare, double shark attackSurfers are warily returning to the waters off Fernandina Beach in northern Florida after a rare, double shark attack. Linda So reports.




  • California Democratic Party Snubs Dianne Feinstein

    California Democratic Party Snubs Dianne FeinsteinIn a stunning rebuke, the California Democratic Party declined to endorse Sen.




  • Tourists charged with stealing bricks from Auschwitz memorial

    Tourists charged with stealing bricks from Auschwitz memorialTwo Hungarian tourists have admitted to trying to steal bricks from the ruins of a crematorium at the site of the former Nazi German death camp Auschwitz-Birkenau, according to police. The 30-year-old woman and 36-year-old man were caught on Saturday when another pair of foreign tourists saw them stuffing the bricks into a bag and notified security. The Hungarian tourists were each fined 1,500 zloty ($400, 350 euros) and handed a suspended sentence of one year in jail.




  • National Ice Cream Day PSA: Beware the ice cream machine on 'Chopped'

    National Ice Cream Day PSA: Beware the ice cream machine on 'Chopped'As we hunt for free ice cream on this glorious holiday, National Ice Cream Day, let us not forget that not all ice cream stories end well. Especially when Chopped's involved. The long-running Food Network show pits four contestants against each other as they compete for a cash prize. They go through three cooking speed rounds, whipping up an appetizer, entree, and dessert using random ingredients provided in a basket — you can get everything from sardines paired with watermelon to mud pie and potato chips.  SEE ALSO: The absolute best and worst ice cream truck treats The dessert round decides the game, and even though there have been more than three dozen seasons of this reality show, contestants still make the mistake of using the ice cream machine. Stay away from the ice cream machine! The ice cream machine will only bring you sorrow.  One of the following is bound to happen: You go for the ice cream machine only to be foiled by another contestant who got to it first, and there's only 10 minutes left before you have to present the dessert and ahhhh why did you want to make ice cream out of fruit cake anyways? You get to the ice cream machine before your competitor, and breathe a sigh of relief as you begin pouring a hot mixture into the machine. Wait! The ice cream base can't be hot. It'll ruin the ice cream. There goes $10,000.  Everything seems to be going well, you've managed your time, and you've got the ice cream machine all to yourself. You put the ingredients in and move on to doing other stuff, like making a nice boozey sauce to impress the judges. You come back to check on your ice cream, and it's just soup. It didn't work. What happened? Noooooo! This time, ice cream's looking good. It's spinning in the machine and has the right consistency. You use a spoon to scoop the ice cream out and oh no, what happened to the spoon? The ice cream machine ate it!  That spoon scenario really happened and is even featured in the show's "Most Serious Mishaps" video on Facebook.  There are memes dedicated to the ice cream machine and its evil ways. A recurring judge on the show has even admitted Food Network only has one machine for the drama. “It’s really for creating that level of semi-chaos," said chef and restauranteur Marcus Samuelsson, according to Food & Wine. "It’s really like cooking on a treadmill. It’s not easy at all.” No it's not. Make your life easier and avoid that machine. I don't think I've ever watched anyone have a favorable outcome when using the ice cream machine on Chopped. — Say Chels (@renegadewriter) July 11, 2018 You know you’re setting yourself up for failure if your in the final round of chopped and you try to make ice cream — GABE (@GabeLashley00) July 13, 2018 not listening to tim : project runway :: using the ice cream maker : chopped — this cannot continue (@woodswake) July 13, 2018 Of all the gods that govern the Chopped kitchen, the Risotto gods are second only to the ice cream gods in terms of cruelty — Mike Golic Jr (@MGolicJR57) June 6, 2018 chopped contestant: ugh my ice cream is basically soup let’s hope putting it in the freezer for the last 4 minutes will help it solidify !! — liz (@peachyliiz) July 10, 2018 The ice cream machine on Chopped is bad. I stress whenever a poor soul believes they can beat the odds and impress the judges with a cool, creamy treat, it's not gonna happen. Make something else!  So on National Ice Cream Day, which, like every year, is on the third Sunday of July, please take my advice future Chopped competitors: Beware the ice cream machine. WATCH: Turn frozen fruit into delicious soft serve with this DIY dessert maker