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New York Daily News Twists Trump’s MAGA Slogan For Epic Soccer Cover

New York Daily News dedicated its Thursday cover to the U.S. women’s national soccer team’s World Cup win. The cover features the players, including co-captain The national team ran out 2-0 winners over the Netherlands in Sunday’s final following the tournament in France that garnered headlines for the players’ campaign for tea-sipping moment and Rapinoe’s Rapinoe, 33,  “This is my charge to everyone,” Rapinoe said. “We have to be better. We have to love more. Hate less.” Trump RELATED… Trump Will Totally Hate The Latest Edition Of New York Magazine Obama…

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Diplomats express solidarity with UK ambassador’s verdict on Trump

Washington (CNN)After Britain’s ambassador to the US resigned Wednesday following personal attacks by President Donald Trump, one of the most powerful expressions of support for the UK envoy was only 23 words long — but it spoke volumes, diplomats and foreign envoys said. Moreover, they said, Darroch was only echoing assessments they hear from both sides of the aisle in Congress and staff inside the White House — views reflected on TV and in newspapers almost every day. “The important thing to say is that Ambassador Darroch was not reporting…

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Louisiana residents evacuate as Tropical Storm Barry develops in the Gulf, threatening more epic flooding

(CNN)Samantha Kincaid was forced to evacuate during Hurricane Gustav in 2008, her first year in New Orleans. Now, she’s leaving again. Barry is the first tropical storm to threaten the United States this year. The forecast shows it as a strong tropical storm at landfall, possibly Saturday morning along the Louisiana coast, probably west of New Orleans. There is a significant chance that Barry could be a hurricane, with sustained winds of 74 miles per hour, when it makes landfall. But it’s not the wind that makes this storm so…

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Trump Pushes Conspiracy Theory That Twitter Is Limiting His Reach

Donald Trump on Thursday peddled the baseless conspiracy theory that conservatives’ social media engagement is being limited by social media platforms in some nefarious plot to silence them politically. influencers, bigots and conspiracy theorists at his White House Social Media Summit that his follower counts weren’t what they used to be because Twitter was purposefully holding him back. Conservatives have long maintained that they’re being treated unfairly by the platforms because of their political views, though many of their more specific claims either Meanwhile, the list of conservative voices who…

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Man tells blood inquiry of hepatitis ‘hell’

But the long-term damage to his liver meant his health was still likely to deteriorate. ‘Lack of evidence’ He said that he believed the blood he had received had come from America, although letters from health officials said no hospital records existed. Financial support was also refused, he said, due to the lack of evidence of this treatment. The Skipton Fund, which was set up in the wake of the contaminated blood scandal, is supposed to provide non-discretionary, ex-gratia payments to those infected with hepatitis by NHS blood. Mr X…

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Kim Darroch, UK ambassador to US, resigns after Trump cables leak

London (CNN)Britain’s ambassador to the United States, Kim Darroch, has resigned after a series of leaked diplomatic cables revealed he had told 10 Downing Street that the Trump administration was “inept” and “clumsy.” Foreign Office minister Alan Duncan told the BBC on Wednesday that Johnson had thrown the former ambassador “under the bus” by refusing to back him. In a letter to Simon McDonald, the permanent under secretary at the Foreign and Commonwealth Office, Darroch said he wanted to “put an end to speculation” about his position and the remainder…

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Why Google is missing out on the tech rally

New York (CNN Business)Google got rid of its “don’t be evil” motto last year. For the sake of investors, it may want to try out a new slogan: “Don’t be boring.” Why has Alphabet underperformed? Is Alphabet “old” tech or “new” tech? Revenue growth has slowed. Concerns about more tech regulation in Washington could also hurt its YouTube unit. Many of Alphabet’s non-core businesses continue to lose money, leading to worries that the company is a one-trick pony named Search. Its non-core businesses include its so-called Other Bets companies, which…

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Army rejects call for mental health checks

Both men were serving with the 2nd Battalion The Rifles and had previously been in active service in Afghanistan. They were based at Abercorn Barracks in Ballykinler, County Down, when they died. Image copyright PA Media Emma Norton, solicitor for the two soldiers’ families and head of legal casework for Liberty, said there was still “a very serious problem” within the forces. “The families are really devastated, not only at the way in which the MoD conducted itself during this inquest towards them; they are also very saddened by the…

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PC sent hundreds of sexual messages to victims

Birmingham Crown Court heard Singh, of Burns Road, Wednesbury, sent naked pictures of himself to two women, including one of him beside his locker at Smethwick police station. He was dismissed from West Midlands Police a week before his court appearance. He had previously been commended for bravery. Latest news from the West Midlands Sentencing Singh, Judge Roderick Henderson said: “You have a fine record as a police officer over 14 years and you have thrown it away. “The effect of behaviour like yours is to make people, women in…

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Many sudden cardiac deaths linked to prior silent heart attacks, study says

(CNN)Many people who die of sudden cardiac arrest may have had a heart attack earlier in life without ever realizing it, according to a new study. A separate study, published in the American Heart Journal in 2010, found that some 34% of people who had sudden cardiac death showed signs of a previous heart attack that went undetected. Those deaths were evaluated in Minneapolis from 2001 to 2004. The new study involved analyzing data on 5,869 people in Northern Finland who had sudden cardiac deaths between 1998 and 2017. The…

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UK ambassador to US resigns in Trump leaks row

Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionTheresa May and Jeremy Corbyn pay tribute to Sir Kim Darroch’s service Sir Kim Darroch has resigned as UK ambassador to the US, as a row over leaked emails critical of President Trump’s administration escalates. Theresa May said Sir Kim’s departure was “a matter of deep regret” after the ambassador said it was “impossible” for him to continue. Meanwhile, one minister said Boris Johnson had thrown Sir Kim “under a bus” by not fully supporting him. President Trump said on Monday that…

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Attenborough: Climate risks Africa turmoil

Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionAttenborough: ‘We cannot be radical enough’ The naturalist and broadcaster Sir David Attenborough says that climate change will make parts of Africa uninhabitable. Speaking to the Commons Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy committee, Sir David said we can’t be radical enough when tackling the problem. Tough, unpopular actions from the government would be needed, he said. These included putting up the price of airline tickets. Painting a vivid picture for MPs of coral reefs turned “stark white” by warming waters, Sir David…

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Richard Branson is taking Virgin Galactic public

London (CNN Business)Richard Branson is bringing Virgin Galactic to the stock market. The startup’s current management team will stay in place after the merger, and, as part of the deal, existing investors in Galactic are being offered a combination of SCH stock and cash. Galactic’s primary backers are Branson and his own Virgin Group, a UK-based investment and branding company that functions like his private wealth management firm. SCH’s stock was up nearly 3% on Tuesday. Looking ahead Galactic has yet to fly a mission for paying customers, but the…

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