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Man charged in Tibbetts' death was working in Iowa legally, lawyer says

A auto authorities linked to Rivera was also seen in that area multiple times around the same time Tibbetts ran through, the affidavit states. The video comes one day after authorities identified Cristhian Rivera , an illegal immigrant, as the chief suspect in the murder of Mollie Tibbetts .

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Real estate takes center stage in Manafort trial

Raico is on the witness list for Manafort's trial and has been granted immunity from prosecution if he testifies, though he has not appeared yet. Washkuhn's testimony also seemed to point toward Manafort's doctoring documents in an effort to inflate his income and to qualify for loans.

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The Economy Is Strong And It's Getting Stronger According To President Trump

The mainstream media cheered over this, and all of a sudden there was a wave of optimism. James Pethokoukis of the American Enterprise Institute warned shortly before the GDP number was released that "even a very strong report won't tell us whether the Trump tax cuts, passed in December, are 'working.' It's just too soon".

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Scores dead in Greece as wildfires engulf Attica region

The captain of the boat which the girls were on said authorities were recording the identities of those disembarking the vessel yet there was no trace of the twins. 'We are dealing with something completely asymmetric, ' Greek prime minister Alexis Tsipras , looking pale, said after cutting short a visit to Bosnia.

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United Kingdom and EU Brexit talks to resume mid-August

Theresa May's Chequers plan has fallen at the first hurdle after the EU's chief negotiator ruled out allowing the United Kingdom to collect customs duties on its behalf. That makes his suggestion particularly provocative. The Pound-to-Dollar exchange rate traded between 1.31 and 1.32 for much of this week. Such "frictionless trade" is essential for pan-European value chains - from food supply logistics to vehicle manufacturing - as well as the desire to avoid a "hard border" in Ireland.

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Trump says China being 'vicious' by hitting United States farmers with tariffs

The Commerce Department could recommend new tariffs as early as September after an investigation into whether auto imports posed a risk to USA national security. But the taxes also exact a toll on US businesses and consumers, which pay more for imported products. He has also threatened to slap tariffs on imported cars , trucks and auto parts, potentially targeting imports that a year ago totaled $335 billion.

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At least 11 dead, 7 injured in Missouri duck boat accident

People pray next to a vehicle believed to belong to a victim of a last night's duck boat accident, Friday, July 20, 2018 in Branson, Mo . By early Friday, Carr had removed the video from her Facebook page . At one point, Behr said he and other passengers on the dinner boat helped pull an unconscious woman from the water. "We issue (recommendations) with the expectation that the recipients will take effective action on them".

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Trump, Putin Meet After New Charges Over Moscow's 2016 Election Interference

Perhaps for this reason, the Finnish capital was the venue for talks in 2008 between the then chairman of the USA joint chiefs of staff, Mike Mullen, and Russian military chief Nikolai Makarov in the wake of Russia's war on Georgia. With Washington and Moscow at loggerheads over Ukraine, Iran and trade tariffs as well as Syria, even Trump has cautioned that he is not approaching the Putin summit "with high expectations".

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Trump and Putin discussed possible referendum in eastern Ukraine

Asked about the Putin invitation, Sen. Illustrating the gulf between Trump and some of his own advisers, Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats said on Thursday that he did not know what Trump and Putin discussed in their private meeting.

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Trump jokingly blames USA intelligence for White House power cut

The Latest on continuing reaction to President Donald Trump's summit with Russia's Vladimir Putin . Still, Trump backtracked on whether Russian Federation is now targeting USA elections. The only point that Trump seems to part ways with Russian Federation over is Iran. He cited USA sanctions and the expulsion of alleged Russian spies from the US, telling reporters that Putin "understands it, and he's not happy about it".

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West Oxfordshire MP resigns from government over Brexit plan

But earlier this week, the government backed an amendment to its Customs Bill that would make it illegal for Northern Ireland to be outside the UK's customs territory. During the week the House of Commons passed a motion that would prevent Northern Ireland agreeing to have separate custom arrangements to the rest of the UK.

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Time magazine's latest cover shows Trump and Putin morphed into one

The White House had said Wednesday it was under consideration, even though the State Department called Russia's allegations against the Americans "absurd". Mr Coats said at the Aspen Security Forum in Colorado: "Well, you're right, I don't know what happened at that meeting". "I just felt at this point in time that what we had assessed and reassessed and reassessed and carefully gone over still stands and that it was important to take that stand on behalf of the intelligence community ...

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White House Clarifies Trump Remarks on Russia: 'Threat Still Exists'

After Trump claimed that he simply misspoke when he, essentially, absolved Russian Federation of guilt for meddling in the United States 2016 presidential election , most Americans determined that Trump was simply backtracking in a poor attempt at damage control.

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'I Would' Hold Putin Responsible For Election Meddling

On Tuesday Mr Trump had sought to calm the storm over what critics said was his failure to hold Mr Putin accountable for what USA intelligence agencies said was meddling in the 2016 United States election, saying he misspoke in the joint news conference.

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Trump says U.S. must find ways to cooperate with Russia

Michael McFaul, who served as United States ambassador to Moscow under Barack Obama, said Putin had scored a "fantastic victory" at the meeting and that Trump's performance was "deeply disappointing". "There was no collusion at all". Now, we know that Vladimir Putin in his comments once again categorically denied any role. He called it "nonsense" and insisted the Russian state had never interfered and would never interfere in the American electoral process.

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Coats Releases Statement Reaffirming Russia Meddled in 2016 Election

Putin called the allegations "sheer nonsense". Republican Senator John McCain said Mr Trump's seeming acceptance of Mr Putin's denial was a historical "low point" for the United States presidency and the Helsinki summit between the two leaders a "tragic mistake".

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Donald Trump is the 'blame America first' president

His manner towards Putin was also a contrast to the anger Trump flashed at North Atlantic Treaty Organisation allies at a combative summit of the alliance in Brussels last week, which critics said would only hearten Putin. Putin appeared to poke at the sensitive subject Monday when he responded to a question about meddling by asking, "Do you believe United States is a democracy?" The former KGB officer showed up late for the summit, held one-on-one talks with Trump for more than two hours ...

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Trump hails 'extraordinary' France for World Cup win

Donald Trump described the European Union one of his greatest "foes" in another extraordinary diplomatic intervention on Sunday, just hours before sitting down to a high-stakes summit with Russian president Vladimir Putin .Asked in a TV interview to name his " biggest foe globally right now", the United States president started by naming the European Union, calling the body "very difficult" before ticking off other traditional rivals like Russia and China.

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Putin: Summit with Trump 'very successful, useful'

Trump said in an interview with CBS News broadcast on Sunday that he may ask the Russian president to extradite the agents to the U.S. A wave of condemnation immediately followed, with lawmakers calling Republican Trump "weak" and "cowardly", while Senator John McCain said the summit was "a tragic mistake".

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Schumer Calls On Trump To Cancel Putin Summit After Russian Indictments

Trump launched his blunt attack against Germany on the very first day of the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation summit that took place in Belgium on Wednesday and Thursday, saying it was wrong to back importing more Russian gas and not meeting the Nato's target for defence spending.

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Republican, Democrat weigh in on Trump SCOTUS pick

But his work on President Bill Clinton's impeachment, his close ties to President George W. Bush and his ruling on President Barack Obama's health care law, which he opposed on procedural rather than broader legal grounds, have raised concerns among some conservatives.

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Steven Gerrard says England will beat Croatia and are a 'dangerous' team

After watching England beat Colombia and Sweden in the knock-out rounds, the nation has been swept up in a newfound football mania. It was not to be in 1990 as the Three Lions fell to a shootout defeat to West Germany . Customer Dean Lovett, who was checking in, said: "It's going to be really tight when I get there". However, despite his praise for Croatia, Gerrard believes England are a "dangerous" side, and is confident they will set up a World Cup final against France.

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Kavanaugh begins Senate charm offensive as Democrats roll out opposition strategy

Murkowski said in an interview that abortion rights is a "big factor". "I will be diligent in measuring the record and in undertaking an independent review". The most vulnerable Democratic senators heading to the midterms include Heidi Heitkamp of North Dakota, Joe Manchin of West Virginia and Joe Donnelly of IN - all of whom voted for Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch past year.

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President Trump to announce Supreme Court nominee Monday night

Kavanaugh is federal appellate judge on the D.C. Circuit, and during his confirmation hearing in May 2006, Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) asked if he considered Roe v. Kennedy announced his retirement. The nominee must be confirmed by the US Senate, which the Republican president's party narrowly controls 51-49. Senate Republicans' stonewalling strategy extended to lower courts as well.

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Trump intends to nominate Judge Brett Kavanaugh to Supreme Court

Luther Strange, cutting the GOP's Senate majority to 51-49. Three Democrats up for re-election in states Trump won by double digits in 2016 - Indiana Sen. Gorsuch, Trump's first pick, is 50. "He takes the case before him and looks at the facts and precedents, but without imposing an overarching view of the law", Arthur Hellman, a University of Pittsburgh law professor to the Los Angeles Times .

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The unintended consequences of Trump’s trade war with China

Commodity prices continue to fall as the US faces retaliatory tariffs from Mexico , Canada , China and the European Union . China implemented retaliatory tariffs on US goods just after noon on Friday, immediately after the USA began collecting additional tariffs on Chinese imports, the official Xinhua News Agency reported , citing an unnamed spokesperson from China's General Administration of Customs.

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Trump blasts calls to abolish ICE, but could it really happen?

Cruz wrote that the police have received numerous complaints from nearby businesses and that they told protesters they could keep a personal-use amount of water. "We will NOT stand for these vile Democrat smears in law enforcement". Democrats, however, are now playing into the President's hands by providing evidence that they really want open borders .

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Best Amazon Prime Day 2018 Deals: Everything you need to know

In 2017, revenue from Amazon Prime Day rose 60% from the previous year, the e-commerce giant said. If you haven't yet, sign up here for Amazon Prime , and enjoy a 30-day free trial. Amazon Prime Day, the annual event where the world's largest online retailer offers tantalizing discounts exclusively available to its Prime members , is slated to begin on July 16.

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Maryland police identify gunman in newsroom shooting

But the shock we experienced doesn't compare to the void felt by the Capital Gazette newspaper staff as they continued to do their jobs despite the murders of five of their people. District of Columbia Superior Court records show Ramos sued Virginia-based Enterprise Information Systems in 2014 over lost wages. The judge quickly dismissed his case.

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Facing Cuomo, Cynthia Nixon looks to Ocasio-Cortez win for inspiration

Rep. Joseph Crowley on Tuesday in the Democratic congressional primary in NY. Senator Kirsten Gillibrand, a top Democrat who has a political action committee created to support women candidates, endorsed her opponent Mr Crowley. She defeated Crowley by 15 points. The victory of Ocasio-Cortez is a major upset to the Democratic Party, which has seen a schism between establishment and progressive Democrats since the 2016 election.