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CNN
Erin Burnett calls out Trump's hypocrisy on Omarosa

CNN's Erin Burnett questions President Trump's judgment in hiring Omarosa Manigault Newman after he called her a "low-life."

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Al Jazeera
FBI agent fired over 'anti-Trump texts'

Veteran FBI agent Peter Strzok was removed from the Russia inquiry after his texts criticising US president were discovered.

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Business Insider
Some of Tesla's board members were reportedly 'totally blindsided' by Elon Musk's tweet about going private (TSLA)

The New York Times reported on Monday that Tesla CEO Elon Musk's now-infamous tweet claiming he had "funding secured" to take Tesla private caught the electric-car company's own board of directors off guard.

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CNN
Trump signs defense bill named for McCain but doesn't mention him

President Donald Trump thanked multiple members of Congress involved in passing the John S. McCain National Defense Authorization Act at a signing ceremony at Fort Drum, New York, Monday, with one major exception: the senator for whom the bill is named.

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CBS News
Man charged in Florida parking lot shooting

A man accused of fatally shooting a father at a parking lot in Florida was arrested on manslaughter charges Monday. The shooting gained national attention after the sheriff's office initially declined to bring charges against the suspect. Manuel Bojorquez reports.

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The Week US
Stephen Colbert puts Omarosa in context, likens the Trump White House to 'The Last Supper' with 'all Judases'

"Yet another close adviser to President Trump has betrayed him," Stephen Colbert said on Monday's Late Show. "The White House is basically a reboot of The Last Supper: Oops! All Judases!" The latest betrayal is by Omarosa Manigault Newman, whose "salacious new book" is "filled with shocking details that you already knew," he said. Still, he feigned surprise that the book's title, Unhinged, refers to Trump, not "what Stephen ...

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Zero Hedge
Paul Craig Roberts Blasts Mueller's 'Weaponization' Of The Law

Authored by Paul Craig Roberts, Robert Mueller is supposed to be investigating Russiagate, which has been shown to be a hoax concocted by former CIA director John Brennan, former FBI director James Comey, and current deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein. As Russiagate is a hoax, Mueller has not been able to produce a shred of evidence of the alleged Trump/Putin plot ...

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Sputnik News
Gibraltar to Strip Migrant Rescue Ship Aquarius of Registration

Italy demands that Britain take in the 141 migrants currently on board a Gibraltar-flagged rescue ship amid a current diplomatic spat over which country should accommodate the North African refugees seeking asylum in Europe.

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The Week US
West Virginia's House of Delegates voted to impeach every justice on the ...

Late Monday, the West Virginia House of Delegates voted to impeach all four justices on the Supreme Court of Appeals, the state's highest court. The lawmakers approved 11 articles of impeachment against the justices, and impeached the court as a whole for not enacting policies to prevent wasteful spending, ...

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The Week US
Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke says blame environmentalists, not climate ...

Secretary of the Interior Ryan Zinke believes if you're going to fault anyone for the wildfires raging across California, it should be the environmentalists. Climate change has "nothing to do" with the blazes, Zinke told KCRA. There's no need to worry about drought conditions and high temperatures, because the real issue is limits on logging. "America is better than letting these radical ...

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Russia Today
Facebook vanishes Venezuela-based left-leaning news network again

Telesur English, a multi-state funded Latin American news network, says that Facebook has removed its page for the second time this year “without any specific reason being provided.” Read Full Article at RT.com

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CBS News
Heavy rains prompt flood emergencies in Pennsylvania and New Jersey

Millions of people on the East Coast are threatened by dangerous weather. Heavy rain has already triggered flash flooding in parts of New Jersey and Pennsylvania. Don Dahler reports.

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Breitbart
Watch: Chris Pratt at Teen Choice Awards: ‘I Love God and You Should Too’

Actor Chris Pratt worked his Christian faith into his acceptance speech at the “Teen Choice Awards” Sunday night, telling his young audience to “love God.”

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Reuters
Citigroup shakes up consumer bank and card chief leaves

Citigroup Inc restructured its consumer bank on Monday, elevating one executive and triggering the departure of another, as the third-biggest U.S. bank moved to improve results.

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United Press International
North Korea’s Kim Il Sung University completing new high-tech center

North Korea's top university is building a high-tech development center, according to Pyongyang's state media.

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Voice of America
Cuba's Proposed New Constitution - What Will Change

Cuba has begun a public debate on issues ranging from one-party rule and socialism to inequality, gay rights, private property and restructuring of the country's government as it moves to replace a Cold War-era constitution. A Communist Party-proposed overhaul of the island's 1976 Magna Carta will be discussed in 35,000 workplaces and community meetings into November ...

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Breitbart
U.S. Embassy in Turkey Denies Pastor Andrew Brunson Will be Released

The U.S. Embassy in Ankara has denied reports that American pastor Andrew Brunson will be released from house arrest and allowed to return back to the United States.

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The Guardian
Rockets prepare for tough Western Conference with signing of Carmelo Anthony

Ten-time All-Star joins James Harden and Chris Paul in HoustonCoach D’Antoni denies tension exists from time in New YorkCarmelo Anthony signed a one-year, $2.4m deal with the Houston Rockets on Monday. Anthony was traded from the Oklahoma City Thunder to the Atlanta Hawks last month before the Hawks released him.The ...

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Sputnik News
Dozens Injured as Platform Collapses at Music Festival in Vigo, Spain ...

MADRID (Sputnik) - As many as 377 people were injured after a section of wooden platform collapsed at a music festival in the city of Vigo in Spain's northwest autonomous community of Galicia, the local government said on Monday.

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Sputnik News
Putin Him in His Place: Ohio Governor Shuts Down Trump With Vladimir GIF

On Monday morning, a former challenger of US President Donald Trump’s for the Oval Office responded to a Twitter attack by POTUS with a looping GIF of Russian President Vladimir Putin laughing.

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The Week US
Police in New Jersey rescue bride and groom from floodwaters

It's a wedding that a Dover, New Jersey, couple and the Bogota Police Department won't soon forget. On Saturday evening, bride and groom Sabrina Torens and Connor Reilly got caught in a massive storm while driving to their wedding. Their car became stuck in an area of Bogota prone to flooding, and they called for help. Officer Michael Laferrera responded, and got his ...

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CNN
Kansas governor on primary race: 'Not entirely' comfortable with vote ...

Kansas Gov. Jeff Colyer said Friday that he's "not entirely" comfortable with the current vote counting process in the state's gubernatorial election.

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USA Today
NASA Astronauts, SpaceX COO Talk 'Crew Dragon'

NASA astronauts who will be riding in the SpaceX Crew Dragon mission discussed the challenges they've faced and what they’re looking forward to in the upcoming mission while speaking at the SpaceX headquarters in Hawthorne, California on Monday. (Aug. 14)         

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United Press International
Ben Carson seeks to change Obama-era fair housing rule

HUD proposed changes to the Obama-era fair housing rule, aiming to reduce regulations for local governments and develop more lower-income housing options.

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Huffington Post
Florida State House Candidate Admits She Faked College Diploma

Despite admitting she lied about her Miami University diploma, GOP candidate Melissa Howard has no plans to drop out of her race.

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Al Jazeera
Ethiopia: Paramilitaries 'kill at least 40' in Oromia region

Officials say paramilitary forces from the Somali region carried out cross-border attacks in Oromia's East Hararghe.

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New York Times
V.S. Naipaul, Who Explored Colonialism Through Unsparing Books, Dies at 85

The author V. S. Naipaul in 1991. He was compared to Conrad, Dickens and Tolstoy, but was also a lightning rod for criticism.

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Voice of America
Iraq to Respect Dollar Ban But Not All US Sanctions on Iran

Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi stepped back from his commitment to abide by new U.S. sanctions on Iran on Monday, saying his government would only respect the dollar ban in transactions with Iran. “I did not say we abide by the sanctions, I said we abide by not using dollars in transactions. We have ...

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The Hill
Supreme Court nominee Kavanaugh called Scalia a 'hero' and 'role model': ...

Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh praised the late conservative Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia as a "hero" and "role model," ...

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Sputnik News
Agent Orange, White Phosphorus... Roundup: Monsanto's Killer History in Full

A Californian court has found chemical giant Monsanto's weedkiller caused a 46-year-old man's terminal cancer and ordered the company to pay almost US$290 million in compensation, in a landmark ruling which could open the door to thousands of similar cases being brought the world over. For the company's ...

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