• Hawaii volcano destroys hundreds of homes
Hawaii volcano destroys hundreds of homes

At least 117 homes have been destroyed in the four weeks since lava began flowing, Magno said Monday. The county managing director Wil Okabe said his own vacation home in Kapoho Beach Lots was also threatened. Earthquakes are still rattling the summit of Hawaii's Kilauea volcano , after a magnitude 5.5 quake rocked the area Sunday, accordin...

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  • Italy's new government hard on migrants
Italy's new government hard on migrants

The Frecce Tricolori air force aerobatic demonstration team flies Saturday over the monument to the unknown soldier during ceremonies in Rome, marking. Italy's Prime Minister-designate Giuseppe Conte talks to the media at the Quirinal Palace in Rome, Italy, May 31, 2018. The breakthrough came after anti-establishment political leaders Matteo Sal...

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  • UK Learns Iran Planned to Enrich Uranium for Military Use
UK Learns Iran Planned to Enrich Uranium for Military Use

On Monday, Iran's supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei warned the Europeans that "Iran will never tolerate both suffering from sanctions and nuclear restrictions" and called for preparations to speed up uranium enrichment. Israel is considered the leading military power in the Middle East and believed to be the only country in the region to posses...

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  • Residents stranded in area of Hawaii cut off by lava
Residents stranded in area of Hawaii cut off by lava

Lava also destroyed a freshwater lake, boiling away all of the water in it, the Hawaiian Volcano Observatory reported late on Saturday. The USGS shared aerial footage showing the lava from Fissure 8 forming a delta in Kapoho Bay. However, a handful of residents said they had nowhere else to go and chose instead to remain in their homes. Three...

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  • Trump lawyer Giuliani says president probably can pardon himself
Trump lawyer Giuliani says president probably can pardon himself

President Trump's attorney Rudy Giuliani has made the controversial claim that Trump could have shot former Federal Bureau of Investigation director James Comey and could not be prosecuted while in office. The president on Thursday pardoned conservative commentator and filmmaker Dinesh D'Souza, who pleaded guilty in 2014 to US campaign finance...

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  • China warns United States against tariffs as trade talks end
China warns United States against tariffs as trade talks end

China has threatened to dash any trade agreements struck with the USA in recent weeks if President Donald Trump moves ahead with his threat to level tariff hikes against Chinese goods. That comes at the same time Trump has riled some of America's closest allies with the imposition of tariffs on steel and aluminum imports. "The idea that we are ...

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  • Bashar Assad warned against hitting U.S
Bashar Assad warned against hitting U.S

This month, government forces pushed all rebels out of the Syrian capital of Damascus, marking a major turning point in the war. In the meantime, Bashar al-Assad told RT channel earlier this week there had never been any "Iranian troops" on the Syrian territory.

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  • Six dead as 'Volcano of Fire' erupts in Guatemala
Six dead as 'Volcano of Fire' erupts in Guatemala

A river of lava destroyed homes and burnt people inside as the Fuego volcano pumped black smoke into skies southwest of Guatemala City this morning. Ash has effected not only Guatemala City but the departments of Sacatepequez, Chimaltenango, Escuintla, and the popular tourist destination colonial town Antigua.

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  • Putin’s meeting with North Korean leader may be held
Putin’s meeting with North Korean leader may be held

Can you believe that we're talking about the ending of the Korean what you talking about 70 years here. U.S. President Donald Trump said talks with North Korea in NY have been very positive and he is expecting the delegation from Pyongyang to travel to Washington on Friday to deliver a letter to him from leader Kim Jong Un .

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  • 'Murdered' Russian journalist alive; death staged to flush out assassins
'Murdered' Russian journalist alive; death staged to flush out assassins

Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov responded by denouncing the accusations, calling the supposed killing a "tragedy". The Committee to Protect Journalists in NY said on Twitter that "Ukrainian authorities should conduct a swift and thorough investigation" into Babchenko's murder.

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  • Conspiracy Theories Rife Becuase Melania Trump Is Out Of Public Eye
Conspiracy Theories Rife Becuase Melania Trump Is Out Of Public Eye

President Trump and first lady Melania Trump on the South Lawn of the White House upon their return from Joint Base Andrews in Maryland where they greeted three Americans just released by North Korea , May 10, 2018. I see the media is working overtime speculating where I am & what I'm doing. "The corrupt Mainstream Media is working overtime...

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  • Trump confirms U.S. officials in N.Korea over summit planning
Trump confirms U.S. officials in N.Korea over summit planning

The U.S. officials are led by Sung Kim , the U.S. ambassador to Manila, who formerly was the U.S. ambassador to Seoul and a top negotiator with North Korea in past nuclear talks. Kim Yong Chol was directly sanctioned by the Treasury Department for his involvement in North Korea's nuclear program and illicit activities while he served as director...

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  • Judge Rejects Cohen's Attempt To Drag Out Doc Review
Judge Rejects Cohen's Attempt To Drag Out Doc Review

Cohen's guilt, which you did; you would not be able to give publicity to documents that are not public. Ryan said Avenatti had "published that information gratuitously". The revelation of that payment ignited a firestorm around Cohen and the president, and Daniels is separately suing Cohen and Trump in California to void the nondisclosure agr...

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  • In new reversal, Trump says he didn't fire Comey over Russia
In new reversal, Trump says he didn't fire Comey over Russia

Berman responded by playing Lee the clip of Trump telling Holt that "regardless of [the] recommendation " he received from the Justice Department, "he was going to fire Comey". "They acted appropriately, these were not spies in the Trump campaign.' The president says the opposite - who's right?" The statement contradicts what Trump told...

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  • Belgium attack: Liege assailant killed fourth person day before, minister says
Belgium attack: Liege assailant killed fourth person day before, minister says

Belgian prosecutors say the attacker in Liege disarmed police and used their weapons in a shooting rampage. The gunman was shot dead by police following a stand-off at a nearby school after taking a cleaner hostage. Prior to the attacks, Herman was granted a 36-hour prison leave as part of preparations for his eventual release in 2020. Because...

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  • Hawaii lava crosses key highway, destroys utility poles
Hawaii lava crosses key highway, destroys utility poles

Scientists say they have no idea when Kilauea will slow down. "This is the hottest lava that we've seen in this eruption, even just a matter of 50 degrees centigrade makes a big difference in how quickly lava flows can move and how they behave once the magma exits the vent", Stovall said.

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  • North Korea Issues Directives to Prevent Unrest Over Uncertainty About US Summit
North Korea Issues Directives to Prevent Unrest Over Uncertainty About US Summit

On Wednesday, Kim Yong Chol, the vice chairman of the ruling North Korean Workers' Party's Central Committee, arrived in NY to hold talks with Pompeo as part of preparations for the US-North Korean summit in Singapore. That suggests Kim might have chosen to first go to NY because it would make it easier for him to communicate with officials in Py...

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  • Gunmen attack Afghan Interior Ministry; Taliban commanders reported killed
Gunmen attack Afghan Interior Ministry; Taliban commanders reported killed

Gen. Daud Amin, the Kabul police chief, said seven attackers were killed and that cleanup operations were underway. He could not say how many other casualties there were besides the assailants. "We've seen this in other conflicts ... where the two sides were talking about peace at the same time that they were fighting each other on the battlefield"...

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  • Even journalist's wife led to think he was dead
Even journalist's wife led to think he was dead

Babchenko , clad in a black sweatshirt, walked into the room as other reporters gasped and exclaimed their surprise, then broke into applause. Grytsak announced authorities had arrested the alleged mastermind of the plot, saying a Ukrainian citizen named only by the initial G.

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  • New Jersey police release body camera footage of violent beach arrest
New Jersey police release body camera footage of violent beach arrest

An officer can be heard saying, "You're about to get dropped". "They're choking me!" Weinman yells while trying to free herself from the officer. What are you doing? "She tried to tell us it was okay for her to possess alcohol and that doesn't make any sense".

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  • School shooting video game removed online after backlash
School shooting video game removed online after backlash

Marketing materials for the game say players will be able to choose between portraying a SWAT team member responding to a shooting or portraying an actual shooter whose objective is to "hunt and destroy". "Unfortunately, there are so many violent gun games on the market". A PC game called " Active Shooter " once slated for download June 6 has...

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  • PLOT TWIST: Russian Journo ‘Murdered’ By Kremlin Agents…Is Alive
PLOT TWIST: Russian Journo ‘Murdered’ By Kremlin Agents…Is Alive

Arkady Babchenko , a Russian journalist and fierce critic of President Vladimir Putin , was reported to be assassinated on Tuesday in Ukraine , but then showed alive up at a news conference alive on Wednesday. In Moscow , officials and lawmakers criticized Ukrainian authorities for their alleged failure to protect journalists. "Ukraine is beco...

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  • Alberto: South doused with heavy rains
Alberto: South doused with heavy rains

The National Weather Service said a weak tornado briefly touched down Monday in central SC as an outer band from Alberto moved through. Areas west and east of the flash flood watch will also see likely some showers and thunderstorms today - and a locally flooding downpour isn't entirely out of the question in those areas, either.

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  • American, Wife Freed From Venezuelan Prison
American, Wife Freed From Venezuelan Prison

On one gold couch in the Oval Office sat Holt's family, and on the other couch sat Sen. Holt is a native of Utah. "I'm just overwhelmed with gratitude", Holt told Trump . A former Mormon missionary , Holt had been looking to connect with a Spanish speaker to practice the language, reports NBCnews.com , when he met Candelo, also a Mormon, onl...

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  • Kilauea volcano-no signs of stopping
Kilauea volcano-no signs of stopping

Officials have said the power plant is safe but residents fear it may be explosive. PGV usually provides about 25 percent of power in the Big Island, where Kilauea volcano started erupting over three weeks ago and has forced thousands people's evacuation, but the plant was taken offline after the first eruption of Kilauea.

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"Imperative" To Dismantle North Korean Weapons, Say Donald Trump, Shinzo Abe

Moon and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un held a surprise meeting on Saturday at the border village of Panmunjom, during which they agreed that a North Korea-US summit must be held. At the same time, a "pre-advance" team was traveling to Singapore to meet with North Koreans, the White House said. They discussed their shared goal of achieving...

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  • One person missing after flash flooding hits Ellicott City, Maryland
One person missing after flash flooding hits Ellicott City, Maryland

She said that this flood looks a lot worse than the flood nearly two years ago. Of the city's residents and business owners, Kittleman says "they are faced with the same daunting task again". In some areas, water is above the first flood of buildings, fire officials said. Larry Hogan, who declared a state of emergency for the flooded community, v...

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  • PM-designate gives up attempt to form populist government
PM-designate gives up attempt to form populist government

News of Mattarella's veto sent a shockwave through Italy. After inconclusive March 4 elections , they proposed a political novice, law professor Giuseppe Conte , as their choice to lead the next government. Savona has had high-level experience at the Bank of Italy, in government as industry minister in 1993-94, and with employers' lobby Confind...

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  • Oman, Yemen Hit By Strong Cyclone Mekunu; 7 Dead, Several Missing
Oman, Yemen Hit By Strong Cyclone Mekunu; 7 Dead, Several Missing

Rescue teams on Friday found alive four Indian sailors who were among 17 who had been reported missing when the cyclone hit Socotra's port, and search operations are continuing for eight Indian sailors. Electrical workers began trying to fix lines in the city while police and soldiers in SUVs patrolled the streets. Authorities remained anxious ab...

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  • Israeli tanks shell Gaza Strip, Islamic Jihad group says two militants killed
Israeli tanks shell Gaza Strip, Islamic Jihad group says two militants killed

Low-level demonstrations along the border have continued since protests peaked on May 14, when at least 61 Palestinians were killed as tens of thousands of Gazans protested the United States transfer of its embassy in Israel from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem.

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  • NY judge orders son to vacate house after parents' lawsuit
NY judge orders son to vacate house after parents' lawsuit

Flustered, Rotondo explained how he had no option but to refuse as he was " committed " to 'getting' his son back. "I think the notice is sufficient". "So I'm expecting something like that". Despite being taken to court, Michael Rotondo still didn't get the hint. But the judge didn't appear convinced, at one point bringing Michael Rotondo ...

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  • Landslide support to repeal Ireland’s abortion ban
Landslide support to repeal Ireland’s abortion ban

The count will begin at 9:00am (0800 GMT) on Saturday, with the result expected to be announced at Dublin Castle later in the day. If the exit poll numbers hold up, the victory will be of a larger magnitude than "yes" activists had believed possible.

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  • Does the volcanic eruption in Hawaii affect our weather here in Chicago?
Does the volcanic eruption in Hawaii affect our weather here in Chicago?

The methane can seep through cracks several feet away from the lava . But Kilauea's activity ratcheted up considerably on May 3 after an quake rattled the region; lava began spilling from newly created fissures and spreading through neighborhoods, turning parts of the Big Island into disaster zones.

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  • Dem, GOP leaders to get classified briefing on Russian Federation probe
Dem, GOP leaders to get classified briefing on Russian Federation probe

House Speaker Paul Ryan said Republicans are now "getting the cooperation necessary" to resolve their demands for classified information stemming from early stages of the FBI's investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election.

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  • Sad! Judge rules Trump blocking Twitter users unconstitutional
Sad! Judge rules Trump blocking Twitter users unconstitutional

The Knight Institute and the individual Twitter users claimed in their lawsuit that by blocking users for their views, Mr Trump was shutting them out of discussion in a public forum, violating the First Amendment. President Donald Trump has made directing scorn on Twitter a defining feature of his presidency. Jameel Jaffer, the Knight Institute...

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  • Watch the Battlefield 5 reveal with Trevor Noah: WWII and free DLC
Watch the Battlefield 5 reveal with Trevor Noah: WWII and free DLC

Despite it being well-documented that women played a key role in WWII (though mostly not on the front lines), this decision to have a female front-and-center of Battlefield 5 has drawn criticism from some. Not only do these customizations change the way your character and weapons look in-game, but they'll also impact gameplay. Grand Operation wil...

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  • European Union moves to shield European Union firms from U.S. sanctions against Iran
European Union moves to shield European Union firms from U.S. sanctions against Iran

As the world seeks to come to grips with President Trump's withdrawal from the JCPOA , it appears that the European Union will play one of its strongest cards by invoking its " Blocking Regulation ", which would prohibit European companies from complying with US sanctions against Iran.

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  • Supreme Court orders floor test in Karnataka Assembly tomorrow at 4 PM
Supreme Court orders floor test in Karnataka Assembly tomorrow at 4 PM

India's ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP ) leader and former Chief Minister of the southern state of Karnataka B.S. Yeddyurappa leaves to meet the state governor to stake claim to form the government , in Bengaluru , India, May 16, 2018.

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  • Sensex falls over 150 points on rising oil price, rupee
Sensex falls over 150 points on rising oil price, rupee

The BSE Sensex fell over 150 points to trade below the 35,000 mark while the Nifty50 index shed over 50 points. Equities wilted under selling pressure for the fourth straight session today, capping off the worst week for investors this fiscal amid political uncertainties and spiking crude oil prices.

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  • Leo Varadkar warns Theresa May that they need progress in Brexit talks
Leo Varadkar warns Theresa May that they need progress in Brexit talks

The move is created to placate Dublin and Brussels, which have warned they will block a trade deal unless Britain guarantees there will be no "hard border" in Ireland . Bradley was questioned about arrangements for the border between Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland after Brexit and told the committee there will be no new cameras on th...

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