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Trump cancels Singapore summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un

President Trump cancels his historic summit in Singapore with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un next month.
Trump accuses North Korea of “tremendous anger and open hostility.”
The meeting, which would have marked the first face-to-face encounter between a sitting U.S. president and a North Korean leader, was set for June 12.

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Mueller Rejects Speedy Trial Law To Delay Russian Collusion

Special Counsel Robert Mueller asked a federal judge Tuesday to reject the four-decade-old speedy trial law in the case against 13 Russians and three Russian companies and has asked for a 90-day delay in his Russian collusion case. The defendant, Concord Management and Consulting, joined in his request, filing a joint motion.

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Jazz Legend Wynton Marsalis: Hip-Hop Is ‘More Damaging Than A Statue Of Robert E. Lee’

Speaking on the latest episode of Washington Post’s Cape Up with Jonathan Capehart podcast, jazz legend and Pulitzer Prize winner, Wynton Marsalis derided modern rap and hip-hop music as “more damaging than a statue of Robert E. Lee.”

Speaking on the latest episode of Washington Post’s Cape Up with Jonathan Capehart podcast, jazz legend and Pulitzer Prize winner, Wynton Marsalis derided modern rap and hip-hop music as “more damaging than a statue of Robert E. Lee.”

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So, When Did The Russia Probe Become A Political Clown Show, A Set Up?

So, we allegedly have the name of the spy the FBI used to gather information on the Trump team during the 2016 election. Just follow the breadcrumbs the news media left behind and then neglected for some reason to name the source; The Daily Caller printed his name and other outlets have now followed suit. The Intercept has an in-depth piece about Stefan Halper, a CIA operative that’s been named as the source, and his past activities, including the reported actions he took in 2016 to supposedly gather intelligence from the Trump team—specifically George Papadopoulos, Sam Clovis, and Carter Page. He’s also a professor at Cambridge University. So, what’s new? Well, we found out that he approached Carter Page weeks before the official start of the FBI’s counterintelligence probe into whether there was collusion between the Kremlin and the Trump campaign, an investigation now quarterbacked by Special Counsel Robert Mueller.

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Kobe Bryant Sounds Off on Kanye West’s Controversial Slavery Comments: ‘What the Hell Are You Talking About?’

Many of Hollywood’s A-listers have expressed outrage and disbelief at Kanye West‘s controversial comments about slavery, and now Kobe Bryant is the latest star to weigh in.

The basketball legend surprised a group of 300 high school students at WE RISE — a pop-up festival dedicated to inspiring change in the mental health system — in Los Angeles on Tuesday and was asked how he felt about West’s statements.

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Judicial Watch: ‘Obama can still be impeached’

‘If anyone needs to be on the dock, it would be’ former president

If Congress is considering impeachment charges related to the 2016 election, they should center not on President Trump but on former President Obama “and his Nixonian use of various agencies to target candidate Trump,” contends Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton.

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Are Democrats Losing the Midterms?

House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi speaks at a news conference at the U.S. Capitol on Tuesday.

With less than six months left before Americans choose a new Congress, the race for a House majority has gotten surprisingly turbulent.

The generic congressional ballot—a roughly reliable gauge of the final outcome—is tightening. FiveThirtyEight’s average shows Democrats with a modest 4- to 5-point advantage over Republicans, down from 12 points at the beginning of the year. At least one survey shows Republicans with the lead. Donald Trump is also trending upward. Trump is more popular—or rather, less unpopular—than he’s been in at least a year, with solid marks on his handling of the economy. Writing for Cook Political Report, Amy Walter notes that Trump’s approval ratings are no longer at an historic low: “His 42 percent showing is basically where Presidents Carter and Reagan were at this point in their presidencies.” Given the tight relationship between presidential approval and midterm performance, Trump’s improvement can only help incumbent Republicans.

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Is the economy about to slow down?

America’s cruising economy is about to hit a speed bump, says Darius Dale, a senior macro analyst with investment research firm Hedgeye Risk Management.
He predicts that the pace of economic growth and inflation will slow this year. But he doesn’t think a recession is coming soon.

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Texas school shooter’s family not liable under gun access law–He’s 17

(CNN)The 17-year-old who allegedly shot and killed 10 people and wounded 13 others at a Texas high school used his father’s legally owned shotgun and revolver during the rampage.

The Santa Fe school shooting Friday has prompted a lot of debate among state politicians about the causes of the violence, which they attribute to everything from violent video games to the many ways people can get in and out of schools.

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