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Jun 13 2017

British PM Theresa May to face Conservative Party questioning over poll setback

The meeting will now be held Monday afternoon instead of Tuesday. "What I'm feeling is that actually there is a job to be done and I think what the public want is to ensu...

Jun 13 2017

Australian tycoons pull guarantees for Ten Network; may have silver lining

Australian billionaire Lachlan Murdoch will no longer extend or increase his support for Ten Network borrowing. Advisers for Murdoch and Gordon told Ten they don't "i...

Jun 13 2017

Young girl detained after being told abortion was 'not the solution'

The ruling comes just weeks after the Citizens' Assembly, a public forum convened by the government to consider a number of issues including Ireland's abortion laws, reco...

Jun 13 2017

Hawaii Becomes First State to Pass Legislation Supporting Paris Agreement

Canada's commitment is to reduce annual greenhouse gas emissions to 30 per cent less than they were in 2005 by 2030. A new law in Hawaii formally aligns the state ...

Jun 13 2017

Hairy Chest One-Piece Swimsuits Are Hilarious and Horrifying

And it seems body hair is back in a big way as many women are foregoing the Barbie bikini line for the Eighties bush. And what I mean by "completely obliterates the pubes...

Jun 13 2017

AG Jeff Sessions' testimony will be public, Senate committee says

Members of the Intelligence Committee said they wanted Mr. Sessions to recount what happened during and after the February 14 Oval Office meeting where, according to Mr. ...

Jun 13 2017

Shocking Labour Win Shakes Up British Jews

In a final humiliation, the Conservatives lost the safe west London seat of Kensington, Britain's wealthiest constituency, to Labour by a mere 20 votes after a campai...

Jun 13 2017

Anti-diabetes drug also reduces kidney, heart disease risk

Current treatments for diabetes only lower the blood glucose level and nothing much, explained Prof. Heart disease is the most common cause attributed to cutting life...

Jun 13 2017

Putting Indulgent Names On Veggies Makes People Eat Them More

Despite the changes in labeling, the vegetables were prepared exactly the same say each day. To test how labelling could impact consumption of healthier menu choices, t...

Jun 13 2017

Durant's non-foul looms large in Warriors' game-deciding run

Capturing a second title in three seasons in historic fashion has put the Golden State Warriors among some of the NBA's greatest championship squads, overcoming a hea...

Jun 13 2017

Tobacco kills 7 million a year, wreaks environmental havoc

The World Health Organization ( WHO ) estimates that tobacco is responsible for the death of around seven million people across the globe every year. "The WHO has mad...

Jun 13 2017

Hung parliament confirmed in United Kingdom election

Speaking as she arrived at the Glasgow count, First Minister Nicola Sturgeon said that the SNP had won the election in Scotland, with the party achieving its second b...

Jun 13 2017

Theresa May 'will serve us as long as we want her' - MPs

It was not what Theresa May said when seeing backbench MPs tonight that prolonged her tenure as Tory leader and Prime Minister, but it was her demeanour - or how she ca...

Jun 13 2017

Who's in Theresa May's reshuffled cabinet?

The Labour Party in the United Kingdom has demanded to know whether newspaper mogul Rupert Murdoch exerted any influence on Michael Gove's return to the cabinet. "Dr Li...

Jun 13 2017

US appeals court refuses to reinstate Trump travel ban

On Monday, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit unanimously refused to lift the ban on Trump's plan to temporarily restrict travel from six Muslim-majority natio...

Jun 13 2017

Pakistani PM hopes for swift solution to crisis over Qatar

The severing of air, sea and land transport links has closed crucial import routes for Qatar and its population of around 2.7 million people who are dependent on imports ...

Jun 13 2017

Michel Barnier warns United Kingdom it faces cliff edge 'no deal' Brexit

The DUP, which will hold the balance of power, is sure to squeeze as much money as possible for its region, among the poorest in the British Isles, as the price for givin...

Jun 13 2017

Cop arrested for drug trafficking in Punjab

He also said that a case had already been registered against inspector Inderjit Singh by the Punjab vigilance bureau under the Prevention of Corruption Act, which is now ...

Jun 13 2017

Toshiba rescues half-built Georgia nuclear plant

Georgia Power has reached an agreement to take over the project management of the Vogtle nuclear expansion alongside Southern Nuclear from the original contractor Westi...

Jun 13 2017

Maryland, DC attorneys general suing Trump

US President Donald Trump faces a fresh legal battle as two attorneys general are reportedly suing him over claims he breached anti-corruption clauses of the Consti...