Jeff Flake Says 'It's Tough To Imagine Politics' Without John McCain

Members of the public will be able to pay their respects at the State Capitol. Veterans who fought in the war were among those who travelled to the USA embassy in Hanoi to pay their respects. Weeks leading up to his death , McCain called Trump "naïve" for meeting Vladimir Putin at the Helsinki Summit. "I think it's the same feeling for all Vie...

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  • These Are The Victims Of The Jacksonville Shooting
These Are The Victims Of The Jacksonville Shooting

The area is not safe at this time. One suspect is dead at the scene, unknown at this time if we have a second suspect. Police found Katz's vehicle near the scene of the shooting , and believed he had been staying at a nearby hotel. EA Sports, a video game developer and publisher, condemned the shooting as "a senseless act of violence". Electro...

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  • Flags at White House back at full staff after McCain's death
Flags at White House back at full staff after McCain's death

On Saturday, a procession will pass the Vietnam Veterans Memorial and arrive for a funeral at Washington National Cathedral. McCain reportedly requested that former presidents Barack Obama and George W. Ms Ward appeared to agree, replying: "I think they wanted to have a particular narrative that they hope is negative to me". Vice President...

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  • Hurricane Lane barrels toward Hawaii with torrential rains
Hurricane Lane barrels toward Hawaii with torrential rains

Torrential rain, surging floodwaters and tumbling landslides have caused widespread problems on the Big Island . Route 270 on the Big island was also closed due to landslides and flooding, the Hawaii Department of Transportation said.

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  • Suspect dead, multiple fatalities reported by police after mass shooting in Florida
Suspect dead, multiple fatalities reported by police after mass shooting in Florida

According to Williams, law enforcement investigators believe Katz, a 24-year-old white male, used "at least one handgun" to carry out the attack before killing himself. Jaguars owner Shad Khan released a statement on Sunday just hours after the deadly shooting at the Jacksonville Landing. CNN reports that three people are being treated at Me...

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  • Sask. may send more firefighters to BC
Sask. may send more firefighters to BC

At times Wednesday night, Bellingham's air worsened to the " hazardous " range, the worst category, and visibility was less than 2 miles. "We're now sussing whether we have some more overhead staff", said Steve Roberts, executive director of the Ministry of Environment's wildfire management branch.

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  • Pope faces calls for action over abuse 'shame' in Ireland
Pope faces calls for action over abuse 'shame' in Ireland

Paul Redmond, who was born in a Catholic mother and baby home, said the pope had described the cover-up of abuse as "caca", or excrement. A Vatican spokesman had no comment on the details of what was said in the meeting. More than a million people gathered for the papal Mass in Phoenix Park on that occasion, according to the Irish Times, repres...

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  • Pak Asks US To
Pak Asks US To "Immediately Correct" Statement On Imran Khan-Pompeo Call

The US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has called on Pakistan to take "decisive action" against all terrorists operating in the country. Pompeo names North Korea envoy True cost of rampant White House turnover: Inexperience breeds incompetence MORE and the country's new Prime Minister, Imran Khan .

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  • Zimbabwe opposition now rejects election ruling
Zimbabwe opposition now rejects election ruling

The unanimous ruling by the apex court was on the basis that MDC Alliance presidential candidate Nelson Chamisa did not adduce enough evidence that there was rigging, which benefited Mnangagwa. Mwonzora, who is also a lawyer, said: "There is very little that we can do because this is the highest court in the land". An hour before the ruling, Ch...

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  • Scott Morrison to step in for Malcolm Turnbull
Scott Morrison to step in for Malcolm Turnbull

But Dutton's supporters on Thursday could not find 43 lawmakers prepared to sign their names to a petition demanding a leadership ballot. Turnbull has said he will not stand if the Liberal Party parliamentarians back a motion for a leadership vote.

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  • Trump says he will 'most likely' meet Kim again
Trump says he will 'most likely' meet Kim again

Bolton said Washington was working to convince European allies "of the need to take stronger steps against the Iranian nuclear weapons and ballistic missile program". "How can you put down our supreme dignity?" "Isn't my younger sister pretty?" "It's uncertain whether the North accepted this request; but submitting a list of nuclear capabilitie...

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  • Michael Cohen pleads guilty to eight charges, implicating Donald Trump
Michael Cohen pleads guilty to eight charges, implicating Donald Trump

Federal prosecutors are focused on over US$20 million in loans obtained by US President Donald Trump's former personal lawyer Michael Cohen from taxi businesses owned by him and his family, the New York Times reported on Sunday. What dose this mean for the Mueller probe? In his tweets, Trump seized on the counts on which Manafort escaped c...

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  • White House counsel interviewed for 30 hours in Russian Federation probe
White House counsel interviewed for 30 hours in Russian Federation probe

Michael Beschloss, a presidential historian, says McGahn's cooperation with the special counsel is reminiscent of John Dean, White House counsel under President Nixon, who was eventually fired by Nixon during the Watergate scandal. In an interview with Reuters , the President claimed he was heading up a "smooth-running machine", recognised by ev...

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  • Hundreds gather to remember Mollie Tibbetts
Hundreds gather to remember Mollie Tibbetts

His bond was set at $5 million and his next court hearing is scheduled for August 31. Cristhian Bahena Rivera speaks with his attorney during his initial court appearance, Wednesday, Aug. Almost 10 times, people in the video say they've faced a "separation" or been "separated" from their family members ― a clear allusion to the language criti...

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  • 'Huge disaster': Over 800000 displaced in deadly Kerala flooding
'Huge disaster': Over 800000 displaced in deadly Kerala flooding

Thousands of army, navy and air force personnel have been deployed across the state to help people stranded in remote and hilly areas. A state government spokesman said that 1,028,000 people were now recorded in about 3,200 relief camps across the state.

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  • Muslim pilgrims in Muzdalifa prepare for final stages of haj
Muslim pilgrims in Muzdalifa prepare for final stages of haj

The five-day hajj pilgrimage represents one of the world's biggest gathering every year. The project includes nine overground stations, each with a 300-meter long platform that can be accessed by pilgrims via specific routes to the waiting areas under the stations, each of which can accommodate more than 3,000 people.

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  • Donald Trump rages on Mueller investigation following New York Times report
Donald Trump rages on Mueller investigation following New York Times report

The New York Times reported that McGahn, spoke with Mueller's team about Trump's firing of the Federal Bureau of Investigation director James Comey and his push for Attorney General Jeff Sessions to claim oversight of the inquiry, and Trump's attempts to fire Mueller.

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  • Doctor says don't vacuum with wildfire smoke in the air
Doctor says don't vacuum with wildfire smoke in the air

The MPCA said the smoke plume is from fires in British Columbia, Alberta and northwestern Ontario. Two women's college soccer matches scheduled at Gonzaga University in Spokane and Eastern Washington University in Cheney were canceled Sunday because of the poor air quality, university officials said.

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  • Taliban fighters kidnap over 100 people after buses ambushed
Taliban fighters kidnap over 100 people after buses ambushed

Mohammad Yusouf Ayubi, the head of the provincial council in Kunduz province, says the insurgents stopped three buses on the road Monday near Khan Abad district and abducted the passengers. Some analysts said it might be perceived as an act of desperation by the government following mounting battlefield pressure from insurgents. A USA delegatio...

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