Trump renews attack on Democratic senator, calling him a ‘Vietnam con artist’ on Twitter


Sen. Richard Blumenthal (D-Conn.) said he won’t be “distracted or bullied” by President Trump’s “intimidation and threats,” on Aug. 7, and reiterated calls for a law to protect against the president firing the special counsel. (Reuters) President Trump on Monday launched a renewed attack on Sen. Richard Blumenthal (D-Conn.), calling him “a phony Vietnam con artist” on Twitter after the ...

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Usher Lawsuit, Plaintiffs Claim Vaginal and Oral Sex Exposed them to Herpes


Usher Lawsuit Plaintiffs Claim Vaginal, Oral Sex Exposed them to Herpes 8/7/2017 11:08 AM PDT EXCLUSIVE Usher allegedly had vaginal sex with at least one of the 2 women who are suing him for failing to disclose he has genital herpes, and he had oral sex with a male who is also suing him … this according to a new ...

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UK data protection laws to be overhauled


Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionCEO of Oxford Information Labs tells Today we need more information on how our data is collected and used Britons could obtain more control over what happens to personal information under proposals outlined by the government. Citizens will be able to ask for personal data, or information posted when they were children, ...

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Iranian Christian in Sweden Faces Deportation, But Continues Trusting in Christ


Since CBN News brought you her story, Aideen Strandsson’s future remains in limbo. She waits for either the possibility of political asylum or to be deported. The Iranian actress left Islam to become a Christian after having a dream about Jesus. She came to Sweden in 2014 on a work visa.   Aideen has been very public about her new ...

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UK launches independent energy review


One of the UK’s leading energy experts, Dieter Helm, will undertake a wholesale review of how to ensure a cost-effective energy supply for the UK, as the government seeks to allay fears around cost, security and reliability. Prof Helm, a professor of economic policy at Oxford University, will examine all elements of the UK’s energy supply chain, from generation to ...

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Trump adviser Stephen Miller could expand White House role, but talks remain informal


White House senior policy adviser Stephen Miller spoke about the president’s proposal to reduce immigration at the daily press briefing on Aug. 2. (Reuters) Stephen Miller, a senior policy adviser to President Trump who is known for his hard-line views on immigration policy and his fiery exchanges with reporters, could expand his portfolio to include communications, two White House officials ...

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Donnell Rawlings Wanted for Questioning After Allegedly Punching Dave Chappelle Fan


Donnell Rawlings Wanted for Questioning After Allegedly Punching Dave Chappelle Fan 8/5/2017 12:30 AM PDT EXCLUSIVE Donnell Rawlings allegedly popped a dude in the face … and now cops are on the case. Law enforcement sources tell TMZ … 20-year-old Thurston Greer claims at 2:30 AM Friday Rawlings socked him in the noggin with a closed fist outside a NYC hotel, resulting ...

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China holds drill to shut down 'harmful' websites


Image copyright AFP Image caption The number of people using the internet in China is soaring China has carried out an internet drill to practise closing down websites the authorities consider to be harmful. State run media said Thursday’s exercise was also aimed at forcing internet data centres to hand over contact details of website owners. China already operates a ...

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Little Girl Gets Second Chance at Life Thanks to Tim Tebow


A little girl’s life and limbs are restored thanks to the help of baseball player Tim Tebow’s CURE hospital in the Philippines.  Jocy was just almost two years old when her life changed forever.  Her family’s home in the Philippines suddenly caught fire. Thankfully she escaped from the fire with her life, but not without sustaining severe burns to her ...

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China’s nuclear export ambitions run into friction


China is using infrastructure exports to build strategic relationships with a range of countries in Asia, eastern Europe, the Middle East and Latin America. As part of its One Belt One Road (OBOR) policy, Beijing has pledged more money than went into the postwar Marshall plan on high-speed rail schemes around the world in an effort to secure diplomatic allies ...

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