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FBI has found no evidence Orlando shooter Omar Mateen was gay

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The FBI has found no substantial evidence that Orlando mass murderer Omar Mateen was gay, according to a report published Friday.

Vote Now: What Do You Think of Britain’s Vote to Leave the European Union?

The United Kingdom has voted to leave the European Union, in a historic referendum that has already forced the resignation of Prime Minister David Cameron, sent stock markets plummeting, and caused shockwaves across Europe and the wider global economy. But we want to know what you think of the results in the so-called “Brexit” vote.…

Missing Florida Family: Second Body Found Floating Near Boca Grande

A second body was found during the search for the missing Florida family. On Sunday Ace Kimberly and his three teen children left Sarasota in a boat they had been living on for a year. The boat was not in good shape, according to the U.S. Show More Summary

Lindsay Lohan Turns Roving EU Reporter On Social Media

As the world comes to terms with the United Kingdom's decision Thursday to leave the European Union, spare a thought for Lindsay Lohan. The London resident's Twitter and Instagram accounts featured a series of posts backing Britain to...Show More Summary

Ex-London Mayor Boris Johnson's Statement After Britain Votes to Leave EU

Former London Mayor Boris Johnson gave a statement after Britain voted to leave the European Union in a historic referendum.

Brexit Bullingdon Betrayal: Cameron's Demise, Johnson's Rise

UK Prime Minister - for now - David Cameron's shock announcement that he would resign, following the referendum decision to leave the EU has opened the way for former London Mayor Boris Johnson to head for Downing Street, in a remarkable twist of history, Sputnik has been told.

What we need to know about considering race in college admissions

yesterdayNews : The Raw Story

On Thursday, June 23, the U.S. Supreme Court upheld the constitutionality of a race-conscious post-secondary admissions policy at the University of Texas at Austin. Justice Anthony Kennedy, considered to be the swing vote, joined Justices Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Stephen Breyer and Sonia Sotomayor, in...

Bernie Sanders Snaps at Morning Joe Bro For Comparing Him to Donald Trump

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Independent Vermont Senator and Democratic presidential runner-up Bernie Sanders is known and loved for his blunt style, which was on display during his Friday morning interview on MSNBC's Morning Joe. After making a bit of news by saying...Show More Summary

Federal Reserve Ready to Provide Dollar Liquidity After Brexit

The US Federal Reserve is following global financial market developments and is prepared to provide dollar liquidity to address market pressure following the UK decision to leave the European Union, the bank said in a statement on Friday.

Immigration win for Republicans could help Clinton in the end

yesterdayNews : The Raw Story

Republicans cheered after the U.S. Supreme Court on Thursday thwarted President Barack Obama’s plan to offer millions of undocumented immigrants relief from deportation, but any sense of triumph might last only until the November presidential election. If recent history is a guide, the stalled...

Second Scottish Independence Referendum Highly Likely - Sturgeon

Another referendum on Scotland's independence is "highly likely," Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon said Friday after the United Kingdom's decision to leave the European Union.

Bernie Sanders Endorses Hillary Clinton: Sanders Will Vote For Clinton To Stop Donald Trump Making It To The White House [Breaking]

Former candidate in the race for the Democratic nomination Bernie Sanders has endorsed his former rival and Democratic presumptive nominee. According to Politico, the senator from Vermont was asked in an interview if he’d vote for Hillary Clinton, to which he replied saying “Yes, I think the issue right here is I’m gonna do everything... Show More Summary

Obama Will Discuss Brexit Referendum With Cameron Friday

US President Barack Obama was briefed on the results of the EU referendum in the United Kingdom, and is due to speak to the country's prime minister, David Cameron, on Friday, a White House official said in a release.

How Boris Bet Big on Brexit And Won

Boris Johnson led the Brexit campaign to a stunning victory over his old pal David Cameron. Can he now win the premiership, and dance on Cameron's grave?

Special US-UK Relationship Unaffected by Brexit - House of Representatives

The United States’ special relationship with its "indispensable ally" the United Kingdom remains unaffected after Britons voted in the majority to leave the European Union, US House of Representatives Speaker Paul Ryan said Friday.

Putin's Meeting With German Vice-Chancellor Canceled After Brexit - Kremlin

Russian President Vladimir Putin will not meet German Vice-Chancellor Sigmar Gabriel next week because the trip to Moscowwas cancelled after the United Kingdom voted to leave the European Union, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said Friday.

Bernie Sanders Says ‘Yes’ He Will Vote For Hillary Clinton, Won’t Say Vote is For Hillary Clinton

yesterdayNews : Mediaite

Bernie Sanders giveth, and Bernie Sanders taketh away. In a wide-ranging interview on Friday morning's Morning Joe, the independent Vermont senator and Democratic presidential runner-up was asked if he would be voting for presumptive...Show More Summary

Even President Obama Tells J.R. Smith To Put On A Shirt

When the leader of the free world tells you to put on a shirt, it's time to put on a shirt. OK, J.R. Smith? The Cleveland Cavaliers player, who has turned his team's NBA Finals title celebration into a topless romp at parties and even...Show More Summary

Bernie Sanders Says He Will Vote For Hillary Clinton

(Reuters) - U.S. Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders said on Friday he will vote for presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton. Asked if he would vote for Clinton in November, Sanders told MSNBC television: “Yes. Show More Summary

Trump Says Putin Was ‘Somewhat of a Beneficiary’ From Brexit

Russian President Vladimir Putin was “somewhat of a beneficiary” from the United Kingdom’s decision to exit the European Union, US presidential nominee Donald Trump said Friday.

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