Theresa May is relying on a Northern Irish unionist party to prop up her vote.
- The high court will hear the charge of “Muslim ban” in the fall, but meanwhile upholds part of Trump’s decree.
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- Sean Spicer 'Not Aware' of Tense Kushner-Abbas Meeting
- Russia's Nuclear Submarine Tests Missile Fire in Arctic
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- For the seventh year in a row, Hawaii has been voted the worst state in which to make a living.
- The search is being tested as a way to improve security, as it can be difficult to see through tightly packed suitcases.
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- Attempts to fix the brutal and corrupt Rikers Island jail have failed, once again, and no one seems to have a solution.
- Kislyak figures prominently in at least three strands of the Russiagate scandal—is he just doing his job or trying to subvert American democracy?
- Underneath the music, the motors and the mayhem, Wright’s sweet brand of guy-friendly romance—goofy but never gross—shines through.
- As ISIS's power dwindles, the younger bin Laden is helping its parent organization return to infamy.
- Bong Joon-ho's upcoming film, starring Tilda Swinton, Paul Dano and Jake Gyllenhaal, is a bracing corporate satire with the excitement of an action movie.
- The site can’t pivot away from right-wing click-bait to sober, deeply reported news any more than Trump can pivot away from paranoid tweets.
- What the former FBI director left out of his sworn testimony could spell trouble for the likes of Jared Kushner, Jeff Sessions—and Trump himself.
- Political operatives used fake news, Big Data and Facebook to suppress the vote and rile up racists in 2016. It's going to be even uglier next time around.
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