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UK ELECTION EXIT POLL Hung parliament projected in shocking defeat for Conservatives

An exit poll projected a hung parliament following Britain’s general election Thursday, in what would be a crippling political defeat for Prime Minister Theresa May’s Conservative government. The exit poll, commissioned by the U.K.’s three main broadcasters and released after ...

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GREGG JARRETT Comey exonerates Trump – so much for obstruction

James Comey’s public testimony exonerates President Trump of obstruction of justice. To put it simply, “hoping” that something happens is not a crime.  The law demands much more than that.  Felony obstruction requires that the person seeking to obstruct a ...

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Alberta senior was found in pool of blood, triple-murder trial hears

Bloodstains in the bedroom where Hanne Meketech’s body was found suggest she was struck by an object at an impact point not far from the ground, an RCMP expert testified at the triple-murder trial of Derek Saretzky on Thursday. WARNING: ...

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TRUMP TEAM SHOOTS BACK President's lawyer tries to turn tables on Comey, denies accusations

President Trump’s legal team shot back Thursday at James Comey’s Senate testimony, defending the president in a brawny statement against the fired FBI director’s more damaging claims and asserting Comey himself could now be in legal jeopardy for his admission ...

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WATCH: Angry Ryanair passenger makes employee CRY after heckling her at airport

A female staff member who works for Ryanair at Belgium’s Brussels Airport was reduced to tears by an angry passenger.  The man shared a video online of the tirade, which unfolded after she refused to let him on the plane.  ...

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Bird fossil from 99 million years ago found encased in amber in China

An international team of experts made the stunning find, which has been encased in amber, in China. The beautiful bird, believed to be part of a species that lived nearly 99 million years ago, is a nine-centimetre specimen which includes ...

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ROTTEN TO THE CORPS Marine not allowed to participate in graduation

An Indiana high school student was forbidden from walking the stage to get his diploma while wearing his Marine uniform at his graduation ceremony. Jacob Dalton Stanley graduated in December from Crown Point High School. He completed Marine boot camp ...

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Defiant Draghi REFUSES to bow to Germany and warns eurozone still needs huge support

Mario Draghi largely ignored higher growth in the bloc and instead used an update to stress that under-performing inflation in the bloc means the economy remains dependent on the Bank’s extreme easing measures. The ECB revised its inflation forecast down ...

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