The Washington Times - Olympics
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MOSCOW (AP) - Russian President Vladimir Putin said Tuesday that plans to encourage athletes to give evidence about doping remind him of denunciations during Josef Stalin's purges. While discussing a new plan of measures to fight drug use in sports, drawn up by a commission that Putin created last year, ...
Washington Free Beacon
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Donald Rumsfeld shut down the ladies of ABC's "The View" while discussing allegations of collusion between Russian and the Donald Trump campaign on Thursday. Rumsfeld, a former NATO ambassador to President Nixon and Defense Secretary under Presidents Reagan and George W. Bush, was asked if he saw similarities in the Watergate investigation and the ongoing probe into Russian meddling in the campaign. Joy Behar reminded Rumsfeld that he worked for Nixon during the Watergate scandal before he reminded her he was actually in Belguim and knew nothing about the scandal. Rumsfeld called Watergate a tragedy and said he hoped no other U.S. president would have to resign. "I don't know that that was a tragedy. He needed to resign. He was a crook," Behar said. "Do you have strong views on this?" Rumsfeld joked with the View co-host. "I do," Behar responded, "I see some similarities right now going on.
BBC Radio London
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m people have been convicted how did he reach Manchester and not present something was wrong I thought I thought you want to lick it anyway I feel for her baby God's parents with another subject that would be discussing today which is hugely emotive hugely sure it won't be illegal if they mysteriously surfaced in America nobody should force them to accept reality there is no right or wrong in this that and that's the way it such a fantastic subject but you can't just go into hospital take a baby out because that baby is Reliant upon all sorts of drugs and all sorts of instruments so you're not going to pick that baby it's not like me you know that you've heard of the baby that was given the Year treatment it in Poland I think it wasn't memory serves me right it isn't like that this baby won't say why did you do that sell a medium bodied agreement.
Voice Of America
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Washington Free Beacon
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Donald Rumsfeld shut down the ladies of ABC's "The View" while discussing allegations of collusion between Russian and the Donald Trump campaign on Thursday. Rumsfeld, a former NATO ambassador to President Nixon and Defense Secretary under Presidents Reagan and George W. Bush, was asked if he saw similarities in the Watergate investigation and the ongoing probe into Russian meddling in the campaign. Joy Behar reminded Rumsfeld that he worked for Nixon during the Watergate scandal before he reminded her he was actually in Belguim and knew nothing about the scandal. Rumsfeld called Watergate a tragedy and said he hoped no other U.S. president would have to resign. "I don't know that that was a tragedy. He needed to resign. He was a crook," Behar said. "Do you have strong views on this?" Rumsfeld joked with the View co-host. "I do," Behar responded, "I see some similarities right now going on.
Washington Free Beacon
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Fox News has announced that primetime host Sean Hannity will be taking a vacation over Memorial Day weekend and is scheduled to return to his show Tuesday night. The statement said that those "who suggest otherwise are going to look foolish," according to Variety. The statement comes at the end of a tumultuous week for Hannity, after he received criticism for pushing a conspiracy theory about the death of DNC staffer Seth Rich. Fox News on Tuesday retracted the story suggesting Rich could have been murdered for leaking internal communications from the DNC to Wikileaks, a story Hannity promoted on his popular program. Hannity seemed to table the issue during his show Tuesday night, saying, "Out of respect for the family’s wishes, for now, I am not discussing the matter at this time." The network released a short statement on Hannity's vacation.
Ruptly TV
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Collective Evolution
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Ruptly TV
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The Sun Daily - World News
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"The head guys rang on Thursday and said we had to turn off the terminals immediately. They said this extortion virus had infected them," a worker at a branch in northwest Moscow said, declining to be identified discussing internal company matters. "They rang again yesterday and said we could turn them back on. We did that, but you can see they still don't work." Employees at a second post office confirmed the electronic queuing system was broken but said they did not know why. Two sources at Russian Railways said the company had suffered a "huge" cyber attack and a small number of computers were infected without damaging any important files. The extent of the damage had been limited, one of the sources said, because a lot of computers were turned off at the end of the working week. "We were lucky it was a Friday night," he said. Megafon, which is Russia's second biggest mobile operator, declined to comment on how the virus had got into its system.
MSNBC
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Sky News
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the last are Gennoe said, why are you here again, focusing on Salman Abedi? Discussing him and talking about what happened, how it happened and how it can be prevented in the future is surely part of this story, however uncomfortable that is. Tom, thank you very.
SiteProNews
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Articles that appear in Facebook's Trending section are, not surprisingly, the stories that are trending on the platform. Facebook determines if an article is trending using a number of factors such as the engagement around the article, the engagement around the publisher overall and if other articles on the topic are linking to it. The trending topics you see, meanwhile, will be based on a variety of factors, including Pages you’ve liked, where you live, previous trending topics with which you’ve interacted, and what is trending across the social media site overall. The update will also make Trending easier to find for mobile users. We’re soon beginning a test in News Feed that will show people the top three Trending stories, which they can click on to see the full list of Trending topics and explore what people are discussing on Facebook, the company said in a blog post.
BBC Parliament
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This summer holidays come, the momentum is lost. One of the benefits of moving to this system is that you will have instantaneous results. Schools will be able to do it at times of the year suits them and their children. I am hoping one of the benefits of moving to this gives us greater flexibility, allowing for greater parental engagement in discussing test.
BBC Parliament
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schools imply strategies for compiling E portfolios. Only this morning, I was discussing the use of building blocks, developed by a local company. Using that to capture and record work. People reflect, share it with other classmates. Send it home. I'm looking at what more we can do to use that kind of technology in our learning
Politico
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Days after Manafort joined the campaign, one of his daughters, in a text message to her sister that was later hacked and posted in an online data tranche, wrote: “Dad and Trump are literally living in the same building and mom says they go up and down all day long hanging and plotting together.” Manafort eventually forced out his internal rival , campaign manager Corey Lewandowski, in June, leaving Manafort with almost complete control over the operation for two months until August, when he was layered over, and then forced to resign . Even after that, Manafort continued discussing campaign strategy with people on the campaign, including a few calls with Trump’s influential son-in-law Jared Kushner and more regular contact with key state directors, according to a Trump campaign consultant. Manafort was spotted in the part of the Trump Tower lobby that led to Trump’s transition headquarters in the weeks after Trump’s victory, though a source close to Manafort suggested he may have been coming from or going to his apartment, as opposed to meeting with anyone on the transition team.
BBC News 24
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questions about home-grown terrorism and what can be done to stop it. The government's existing strategy called Prevent - which aims to stop vulnerable people from being radicalised - is yet again under scrutiny. Is it working? Does it need beefing up? Or do we need a drastic rethink? We'll be discussing this in a moment but first our report Catrin Nye can remind us what the prevent strategy is
BBC Radio Scotland
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potential benefits to the economy from a higher olive oil price but you're absolutely right from a consumer perspective and the the recovery in oil prices since the start of last year um and associated that increases and gas now trust you obviously Racine that fit through in higher prices than maybe did the start of last year at the petrol pumps um and also and I can have it indirectly and electricity and gas have since we've been discussing recently as well so it doesn't crease costs for consumers but for Scotland economically is a double edged sword and that's David hunter from Schneider Electric Cinema you know you made this I was said no.
KyivPost
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BBC Radio Ulster
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it's an absolutely beautiful saying I'm sure invisible borders that does exist here and that's what we're going to be discussing a little bit later in the program we talked about brexit and bite what am I more visible border colour in relation to the milk industry analysis and also about um we hear from a couple of very local farmers today Syria talking about Friday things that brexit will offer offer up and something that will not be good for farming and closed due to have been looking at the retail overprotective in the local villages business across Northern Ireland are very concerned about brexit and what it screaming for them but these businesses in this area are really at the forefront of things I think the extent of the cross border trade here really can't be underestimating so I'm going to be here in later on in the program from one example of a business.
MSNBC
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Daily Express
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Daily Express
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Voice Of America
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S. Education Department financial aid website before he was accused of anything, Treasury Department Special Agent Samuel Johnson testified. “He sounded somewhat, I would describe it as proud,” Johnson said. “We spoke in lower voices because there was a number of people passing by and the information that we’re discussing at this time relates directly to ... presidential candidate Trump and his tax returns.” Hamlett apparently tried to use Trump’s Social Security number on a program that allows people seeking financial aid to locate their tax records, and transfer the information to the education website. The U.S. Education Department has not returned messages for comment. It’s not clear how he got the Social Security number, but agents did question him about the internet hacking group known as Anonymous, which had released some of Trump’s personal information, Johnson said. Neither Hamlett nor his lawyer, Michael Fiser, has returned phone and email messages from The Associated Press.