• United States woman arrested after children filmed in vehicle in pet kennels
United States woman arrested after children filmed in vehicle in pet kennels

The children, aged seven and eight, told officers it was extremely hot in the back of the truck, with temperatures reaching 95 degrees. Authorities said the suspect admitted that she drove about 35 minutes - from Memphis to Collierville, Tenn.

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  • G7 leaders agree to joint communique: Trudeau
G7 leaders agree to joint communique: Trudeau

Can't do it in person. Mr Trump's strained relationship with the rest of the G7 was in evidence on Saturday when he arrived late for the opening session, with Mr Trudeau addressing a gathering that included an empty chair where the president was meant to be.

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  • Putin awarded China's first ever friendship medal
Putin awarded China's first ever friendship medal

Conte was commenting from the G7 summit in Canada, where the leaders of Italy, France, Germany, the UK, Japan, Canada and the United States are gathered for top-level talks. He said a meeting could take place as soon as the United States was ready and that many European countries had offered their help in making it happen.

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  • G7 agrees to fight protectionism as Trump threatens allies on trade
G7 agrees to fight protectionism as Trump threatens allies on trade

President Donald Trump discuss the joint statement following a breakfast meeting on the second day of the G7 meeting in Charlevoix city of La Malbaie , Quebec , Canada, June 9, 2018 . His words contained nothing he had not said before, both in public and in private conversations with Mr Trump, his office said later. In addition to the US and...

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  • Trump Signals Support for Legislation Easing US Ban on Marijuana
Trump Signals Support for Legislation Easing US Ban on Marijuana

As the USA president was leaving Washington , D.C., Friday to attend the G-7 summit meeting in Canada, he suggested that perhaps it was time to bring Russian Federation back into the group that expelled it four years ago following the invasion of Ukraine.

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  • Rouhani criticises USA for 'imposing U.S. policies on rest of world'
Rouhani criticises USA for 'imposing U.S. policies on rest of world'

Speaking to reporters in Qingdao, China , Putin said that some nations, including Austria, have offered to host his summit with Trump, should they have one. Russian President Vladimir Putin said Sunday that he'd be happy to meet with U.S. President Donald Trump whenever Washington is ready for such a summit.

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  • Latest top Pruitt aide to depart is EPA legal counsel
Latest top Pruitt aide to depart is EPA legal counsel

Pruitt, but it's not meant for everyday use". Pruitt is now the subject of multiple inquiries into his actions at the agency from ethics watchdogs, federal auditors and congressional committees. Three other senior Pruitt staffers resigned earlier this spring. His comment spurred some deep feelings among many journalists for good reason: Wil...

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  • Trump says he may pardon late boxing champion Muhammad Ali
Trump says he may pardon late boxing champion Muhammad Ali

It's worth noting that the conviction Ali would be pardoned for, evading the draft during the Vietnam War, was already overturned by the U.S. Supreme Court. He regained the boxing title in 1974. He died in 2016. And Trump recently pardoned conservative commentator Dinesh D'Souza, who was convicted of a campaign finance violation.

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  • Officers in violent New Jersey beach arrest won't face criminal charges
Officers in violent New Jersey beach arrest won't face criminal charges

Police said Weinman hit an officer first. The original video recorded by a bystander depicted an officer wrestling her to the ground, as well as hitting her twice before wrestling her to the ground again. He hadn't told her 'I'm going to issue you a summons.' He hadn't told her any of those things. But the officer told her she still could not h...

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  • The Primaries Were Important Last Night - Here Are The Key Takeaways
The Primaries Were Important Last Night - Here Are The Key Takeaways

Because the issue is, is that they have so many Democrats running in these individual races, and Republicans are really solidified between one, two, or three candidates, and so if two republicans are the top two vote-getters, then no Democrats make it to the November election.

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  • Expect disagreements over tariffs at G7 summit - Canada official
Expect disagreements over tariffs at G7 summit - Canada official

The globalised economy they helped build had both winners and losers but, until Trump's election, the United States was seen as the system's uncontested leader and a major beneficiary. adrift if they can not reach some kind of consensus at the summit. Mr Trump's failure to shake Ms Merkel's hand when he first hosted her in Washington last spring ...

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  • USA 'closed the door' on tariff talks — European Union trade official
USA 'closed the door' on tariff talks — European Union trade official

Joseph Galimberti, the president of the Canadian Steel Producers Association, says he urged the government in a cabinet meeting today to immediately impose the retaliatory tariffs on metals while it consults on other products. The United States and China have threatened tit-for-tat tariffs on goods worth up to $150 billion each. "By the time I fi...

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  • 'Missing' Melania Trump returns to FLOTUS duty at White House
'Missing' Melania Trump returns to FLOTUS duty at White House

Melania Trump , never one to obsess like her husband about media attention, has laid low before. On Sunday's episode of " Last Week Tonight ", the host opened his show by diving into the oversized letter given to Trump by North Korean envoy Kim Yong Chol last week.

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  • Host Nation India Focuses On 'Beat Plastic Pollution' Theme
Host Nation India Focuses On 'Beat Plastic Pollution' Theme

He also told us that plastic waste is finding its way into the foods we eat because the waste is being consumed by livestock. The use of plastics is ever increasing in pakistan and poses a serious threat to marine life and the environment.

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  • U.S. may step up South China Sea patrols
U.S. may step up South China Sea patrols

Defense Minister Florence Parly said Sunday rules-based global order must prevail in the South China Sea, in a speech that may have been directed at China, the Straits Times reported . The Defense Ministers of Vietnam and Australia both addressed the issue during a separate question and answer session at the summit Saturday. He also attacked wha...

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  • Sanders says ‘no one is above the law’
Sanders says ‘no one is above the law’

Trump's lawyers to Mueller back in January: A president can't be given a grand jury subpoena as part of the investigation into foreign meddling in the 2016 election . " The president of the United States pardoning himself would just be unthinkable". Moreover, Trump claimed that Mueller's investigation was unconstitutional.

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  • WaPo: US determining who will pay for Kim's hotel room
WaPo: US determining who will pay for Kim's hotel room

According to the report, North Korean officials indicated Kim's entourage prefers one particular hotel , the Fullerton , an island resort near the coast. It was expected that General Kim Yong-Chol would have dinner with the US Secretary of State, Mike Pompeo. "But I think you're going to have a very positive result in the end".

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  • US singled out by G7 allies over steel and aluminum tariffs
US singled out by G7 allies over steel and aluminum tariffs

Canada and Mexico, which are embroiled in talks with the United States to update the North American Free Trade Agreement, responded to the US move by announcing levies of their own on a variety of American exports. "The idea that we are somehow a national security threat to the United States is quite frankly insulting and unacceptable", he furt...

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  • US Defense Secretary Mattis Slams China for Militarising South China Sea Islands
US Defense Secretary Mattis Slams China for Militarising South China Sea Islands

James Mattis said China's actions in the region stood in "stark contrast" to the U.S. policy of openness and called into question China's goals. Two U.S. "I believe there are much larger consequences in the future when nations lose the rapport of their neighbours. eventually these (actions) do not pay off", he said.

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  • Why was Kim Jong Un’s letter for Donald Trump so big?
Why was Kim Jong Un’s letter for Donald Trump so big?

Per the AP: "The huge letter is just part of meticulous steps taken by North Korea to present Kim as a legitimate global statesman who is reasonable and capable of negotiating solutions and making deals, analysts say". North Korea has made advances in missile technology in recent years but Trump has sworn not to allow it to develop nuclear missil...

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