US super-rich call for wealth tax

US super-rich call for wealth tax

By BBC News

A group of 18 wealthy individuals is arguing that politicians have a moral duty to tax them more.

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Why People Don't Believe Tana Mongeau And Jake Paul's Engagement Is Real

Why People Don't Believe Tana Mongeau And Jake Paul's Engagement Is Real

By Buzzfeed

We're starting to see influencers for what they are — brands with something to sell.

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US woman jailed for handing husband's guns to cops

US woman jailed for handing husband's guns to cops

By BBC News

She was arrested for handing her husband's guns to police after he allegedly ran her off the road.

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17 "Friends" Behind-The-Scenes Stories Guest Stars From The Show Just Revealed

By Buzzfeed

Almost all of Paolo's Italian lines from Season 1 were improvised.

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How Elizabeth Warren Learned to Fight

How Elizabeth Warren Learned to Fight

By The New York Times

She was Betsy to her mother, who expected her to marry. Liz to fellow high school debaters, whom she regularly beat. Now, the lessons of an Oklahoma childhood are center stage in the presidential race.

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Almost 300 migrant children removed from Texas facility described as 'appalling'

Almost 300 migrant children removed from Texas facility described as 'appalling'

By Google News

Lawyers who recently visited Texas facilities holding migrant children described witnessing “appalling” and potentially dangerous conditions.

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Oops, She Did It Again! Marsai Martin's Latest Viral Meme Has Twitter Cracking Up

Oops, She Did It Again! Marsai Martin's Latest Viral Meme Has Twitter Cracking Up

By Buzzfeed

Thank you for giving us the content we deserve, Marsai!

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US man convicted of Chinese student's murder

US man convicted of Chinese student's murder

By BBC News

Christensen's former girlfriend said he seemed 'proud' and 'excited' when describing Zhang's murder.

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What if Donald Trump swapped Mike Pence for Nikki Haley?

What if Donald Trump swapped Mike Pence for Nikki Haley?

By CNN

The headline of an op-ed in the Wall Street Journal on Monday says it all: "Trump-Haley 2020."

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Hats Like Sneezes, Playing at Aristocracy and Other Notes From Royal Ascot

Hats Like Sneezes, Playing at Aristocracy and Other Notes From Royal Ascot

By The New York Times

An innocent went to the races, a major event on the British social calendar, in search of answers about class, nostalgia and the state of England today. She went in the wrong hat.

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Liberal Media Scream: <i>Morning Joe</i> calls Mike Pence a ‘liar ... who claims to be a Christian'

Liberal Media Scream: Morning Joe calls Mike Pence a ‘liar ... who claims to be a Christian'

By Google News

This week’s Liberal Media Scream features MSNBC Morning Joe host Joe Scarborough ripping the treatment of young illegal immigrants, comparing their situation to that of terrorist interrogation camps.

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Supreme Court to Hear Insurers’ Suit on Obamacare

Supreme Court to Hear Insurers’ Suit on Obamacare

By Google News

Insurance companies say they are owed some $12 billion promised to them in “risk corridor” provisions of the Affordable Care Act.

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How the U.S. Beat Spain at the Women’s World Cup

How the U.S. Beat Spain at the Women’s World Cup

By The New York Times

Live updates and analysis of the United States’ game against Spain in the round of 16 of the Women’s World Cup.

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Truck driver in deadly motorcycle crash faces 7 counts of negligent homicide

Truck driver in deadly motorcycle crash faces 7 counts of negligent homicide

By Google News

The driver of a pickup involved in a crash that killed seven motorcyclists in New Hampshire has been arrested and faces seven counts of negligent homicide, officials said Monday.

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A New Trump Order May Make More Health Care Prices Public

A New Trump Order May Make More Health Care Prices Public

By The New York Times

Hospitals and insurance companies will fight the order, which could reveal their secret negotiations.

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Alex Azar both defends and pans conditions for migrant children at detention centers

Alex Azar both defends and pans conditions for migrant children at detention centers

By Google News

He swung between calling the conditions unacceptable to claiming the children are in a “safe, secure environment.”

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Women's World Cup 2019: Megan Rapinoe scores twice as USA struggle past Spain

Women's World Cup 2019: Megan Rapinoe scores twice as USA struggle past Spain

By BBC News

Megan Rapinoe scores twice from the spot as defending champions USA reach the Women's World Cup last eight with an unconvincing 2-1 win over Spain.

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Why can't we seem to care about climate change? - CNN Video

Why can't we seem to care about climate change? - CNN Video

By CNN

The human brain just isn't wired to grasp the looming threats of climate change, CNN's Dr. Sanjay Gupta explains. But there is hope if we change how we look at the problem.

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Pence won't say if climate crisis is a threat to US - CNN Video

Pence won't say if climate crisis is a threat to US - CNN Video

By CNN

During an interview with CNN's Jake Tapper, Vice President Mike Pence would not say whether climate crisis is a threat to the US. Pence's comment comes as the Environmental Protection Agency announced last week it will roll back Obama-era restrictions on coal…

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37 Things You Should Probably Already Own, But Don't

37 Things You Should Probably Already Own, But Don't

By Buzzfeed

Including a clarifying shampoo, racerback sports bras that don't suck, an alarm clock loud enough to wake the dead, and more!

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Bernie Sanders proposes total elimination of student debt

Bernie Sanders proposes total elimination of student debt

By Google News

With a Wall Street tax, Sanders says $1.6 trillion in student debt can be forgiven in six months

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Child pulled from basement of burning building

Child pulled from basement of burning building

By BBC News

A three-year-old and her grandmother escaped a fire in Missouri thanks to a quick-thinking police officer.

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Trump imposes new sanctions, but he must prepare for Iran's next test

Trump imposes new sanctions, but he must prepare for Iran's next test

By Google News

New U.S. sanctions targeting Iran's Supreme Leader Ayatollah Khamenei will fuel tensions with the Islamic Republic. While good strategy, the sanctions nearly guarantee that Iran will act soon to test President Trump's resolve.

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Gorsuch sides with liberals in shooting down tougher sentences for gun crimes

Gorsuch sides with liberals in shooting down tougher sentences for gun crimes

By Google News

President Trump's two Supreme Court picks squared off with opposing opinions in a case centering on whether a law that slaps harsher penalties on certain gun possession cases is unconstitutionally vague.

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New US sanctions on Iran target supreme leader

New US sanctions on Iran target supreme leader

By BBC News

President Trump signs new sanctions against Iran, targeting Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei.

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Trump Imposes New Economic Sanctions on Iran

Trump Imposes New Economic Sanctions on Iran

By The New York Times

The president has said he wants to tighten sanctions in the hopes of driving Tehran into negotiations on a deal to place additional limits on its nuclear activity and curb its aggression.

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Kellyanne Conway Just ‘Disregarded’ The Law, Trump-Appointed Watchdog to Testify

Kellyanne Conway Just ‘Disregarded’ The Law, Trump-Appointed Watchdog to Testify

By Google News

In testimony to Congress, Henry Kerner, who Trump appointed as chief of the Office of Special Counsel, defended his decision to call for Conway’s firing.

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Live updates: Trump expected to impose more sanctions on Iran - CNNPolitics

Live updates: Trump expected to impose more sanctions on Iran - CNNPolitics

By CNN

New US sanctions on Iran are set to be issued today, according to President Trump, as US-Iran tensions rise. Follow here for the latest.

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Bernie Sanders plans to cancel all US student debt

Bernie Sanders plans to cancel all US student debt

By BBC News

The plan to erase $1.6tn (£1.2tn) in loans is the most ambitious among the 2020 contenders thus far.

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Ethiopia 'coup ringleader killed'

Ethiopia 'coup ringleader killed'

By BBC News

Police say the general was shot dead as he tried to escape from his hideout in Bahir Dar city.

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Trump escapes to Camp David after bucking aides on Iran, immigration

Trump escapes to Camp David after bucking aides on Iran, immigration

By CNN

President Donald Trump left the White House Saturday for a last-minute trip to Camp David -- escaping Washington at a moment when sources say he appears increasingly disenchanted by advice from his inner circle and out of sorts with some of the mainstays in h…

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Mike Pence's unbelievable answer on whether climate change is a threat

Mike Pence's unbelievable answer on whether climate change is a threat

By CNN

Sometimes you have to read something to believe it. Vice President Mike Pence's pretzel-twisting when asked by CNN's Jake Tapper whether climate change is a threat to the United States is one of those times.

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Captured IS thousands 'must be tried or freed'

Captured IS thousands 'must be tried or freed'

By BBC News

The UN also urges countries to take responsibility for citizens being held in Iraq or Syria.

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Trump calls on China, and the world, to protect their own ships from Iran

Trump calls on China, and the world, to protect their own ships from Iran

By Google News

While the US has become the world's top energy exporter thanks to a boom in fracking, it still imports more than 30,000 barrels of oil a month from countries in the Middle East.

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A Year in Paris That Transformed Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis

A Year in Paris That Transformed Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis

By The New York Times

As a college student, Jacqueline Bouvier spent her junior year in Paris, and the city became one of the greatest influences in her life.

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“It's frankly sent us all a bit crazy”—how Brexit divided Britons

“It's frankly sent us all a bit crazy”—how Brexit divided Britons

By The Economist

Also on the daily podcast: Erdogan loses Istanbul—again—and an “Uber for ambulances” saves lives in Kenya

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NYPD arrests 66 people at a climate protest outside The New York Times offices

NYPD arrests 66 people at a climate protest outside The New York Times offices

By CNN

The protesters were affiliated with a group called Extinction Rebellion, and a group spokeswoman said they wanted to call attention to how news outlets cover climate change.

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Cyber-attack forces company to use pen and paper

Cyber-attack forces company to use pen and paper

By BBC News

A Norwegian aluminium producer is recovering after hackers took thousands of computers offline and demanded a ransom.

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What Happens After Amazon’s Domination Is Complete? Its Bookstore Offers Clues

What Happens After Amazon’s Domination Is Complete? Its Bookstore Offers Clues

By The New York Times

Popular novels, technical tomes and self-published books are pirated and sold on Amazon. That may actually be helping the company extend its grip on the book business.

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Fact-checking Mike Pence on CNN's State of the Union

Fact-checking Mike Pence on CNN's State of the Union

By CNN

In an interview Sunday with CNN's Jake Tapper, Vice President Mike Pence made a few incorrect statements over US air and water quality, job growth, and the President's claims about going to the FBI should a foreign government offer dirt on a political opponen…

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EPA rolls back Obama-era plan limiting coal emissions

EPA rolls back Obama-era plan limiting coal emissions

By CNN

The Environmental Protection Agency on Wednesday said states can set their own carbon emissions standards for coal-fired power plants -- a rule that the agency itself says could result in 1,400 more premature deaths by 2030 than the Obama-era plan it will rep…

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Future summers will 'smash' temperature records every year

Future summers will 'smash' temperature records every year

By CNN

If you think it's hot now, you haven't seen anything yet, according to a new study that predicts that parts of the world will set temperature records every year in the coming century due to climate change, pushing ecosystems and communities "beyond their abil…

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