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Texas 'revenge porn' law goes too far, court rules

A Texas appeals court last week struck down a state law that criminalized the sharing of sexually explicit photos and videos of an individual online without their consent, ruling the “revenge porn” measure a violation of the First Amendment.

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Mitt Romney faces Senate runoff in Utah after state GOP convention setback

Former Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney ran into an obstacle Saturday in his bid to succeed Utah’s retiring U.S. Sen. Orrin Hatch.

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New law set to ban ticket touts using tech to fleece fans

NEW laws to ban ticket touts from using “bots” to snap up more tickets than allowed will be laid in Parliament this week. It  will mean unscrupulous agencies will face unlimited fines if they bulk buy seats for sport or music events to re-sell at hug

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Diplomats spend £15,000 of your cash every MONTH shipping art for their homes

TAXPAYERS are forking out £15,000 a month to ship paintings and sculptures to adorn the homes of British ambassadors and diplomats around the world. The cost of moving government artworks over the past five years has hit an eye-watering £790,900, new fi

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Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt wants a daily cap on kids’ screen time to fight internet dangers

KIDS will be cut off social media after two or three hours under government plans to avoid a new generation of internet junkies. Tough new laws could force computer giants to impose daily screen-time limits amid evidence of that teens who spend too much t

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Mitt Romney says he'll make decision on supporting Trump in 2020 'down the road'

Mitt Romney said Saturday that he could not yet commit to supporting Donald Trump's 2020 re-election campaign, making it clear that he intends to stake his claim as an independent voice for Utah.

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David Lammy lays into Theresa May over her role in Windrush scandal

DAVID Lammy has accused the Prime Minister of shedding “crocodile tears” with her Windrush generation apology. Theresa May said sorry for anxiety caused to the children of Commonwealth citizens wrongly faced with deportation and vowed to offer compens

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Theresa May asks Aussie PM Malcolm Turnbull to Chequers to talk up quick Brexit trade deal

THERESA May invited her Aussie counterpart Malcolm Turnbull to Chequers yesterday to discuss post-Brexit trade. Australia’s PM  was pleased the UK had shown interest in joining the Trans-Pacific Partnership. He said: “Trade is  very high on your age

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Hundreds of Brit jobs put at risk as EU trade war with Indonesia looms

HUNDREDS of British jobs have been put at risk by an EU trade war. Airbus fears a £1.5billion deal to supply planes to Indonesia has hit the rocks because of an attempt by Brussels to ban the country’s major exports. It will be a major blow to the futu

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Phillip Hammond blasted after £2bn tax-dodge crackdown misses target by £745m

PHILIP Hammond was criticised yesterday after it emerged his crackdown on tax-dodging firms will miss its target by £745million. The Chancellor introduced the so-called “Google Tax” in 2015 to clamp down on multinationals that hide their tax affairs

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Former first lady Barbara Bush guarded by Secret Service after death, report says

Even after the passing of Barbara Bush, agents with the U.S. Secret Service reportedly continued to stand by her side.

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A mother-son story: How Barbara Bush tried to save Jeb's campaign

A trio of housekeeping staff noticed Barbara Bush standing in a hotel hallway with her son, Jeb, on a snowy February day in Concord, New Hampshire.

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Boris Johnson and Michael Gove ‘risk wrecking Brexit’ with Tory leadership plot

CABINET big guns risk wrecking Brexit because they are too busy plotting to succeed Theresa May, it was claimed last night. Silent ministers have been accused of taking their eye off the ball, letting Remainers dictate the agenda. Top Tories believe Brexi

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Trump mocks DNC lawsuit: 'Democrats have sued the Republicans for Winning'

President Donald Trump mocked Democrats for their lawsuit against his presidential campaign, among others, and suggested Republicans could use it to their advantage.

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Scalise discharged from hospital after 'planned surgery' following 2017 shooting, hospital says

House Majority Whip Steve Scalise was released from the hospital Saturday after undergoing a planned surgery related to injuries he sustained when he was shot last year at a Republican baseball practice.

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At Sylvester Stallone's urging, Trump weighs 'full pardon' for boxer Jack Johnson

President Trump Saturday said that he is considering a “full pardon” for boxing’s first black heavyweight champion Jack Johnson, after being urged to do so by “Rocky” actor Sylvester Stallone. A pardon would address a racially charged prosecutio

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Treasury Sec. Mnuchin meets with Russian counterpart on sanctions

Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin met with his Russian counterpart this week to help clarify questions on recently imposed US sanctions.

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Melania Trump looks to history for inspired state dinner with the Macrons

It is three days before the most important dinner party she has ever hosted, but Melania Trump is not at the White House, triple-checking details. Instead, she's in Houston, Texas, to pay her respects to one of her predecessors, Barbara Bush.

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Former President George H.W. Bush honors late wife's commitment to literacy by wearing socks with books

Former President George H.W. Bush honored his late wife Saturday by wearing socks embellished with books on them to celebrate the former first lady’s commitment to literacy.

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Trump hosts France's Macron for first state visit; dinner menu, guest list still secret

President Trump next week hosts French President Emmanuel Macron at the White House, marking the first state visit since Trump took office last year.

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Michael Flynn to campaign for Montana Republican

Michael Flynn, President Donald Trump's former national security adviser, will campaign in Montana for a Republican Senate candidate "very soon," the candidate has announced.

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Sessions reportedly told White House he may quit if Trump fires Rosenstein

Attorney General Jeff Sessions reportedly told the White House that he may quit should Trump fire Deputy AG Rod Rosenstein -- the latest in a tense standoff between the White House and the Justice Department.

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Trump defends Cohen after NYT report

President Donald Trump aggressively defended his personal lawyer Saturday morning after The New York Times reported on Trump's sometimes poor treatment of the attorney, Michael Cohen, who the newspaper said might cooperate with special counsel Robert Muel

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Powerful photo shows former President George H.W. Bush looking at wife's casket

A powerful photograph captured former President George H.W. Bush looking at his wife, former first lady Barbara Bush’s casket on Friday.

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Trump's missile attack in Syria revisits long-standing Washington questions about war powers authority

President Trump's recent missile attack in Syria reignites Washington debate on executive, congressional authority regarding U.S. war powers.

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Trump uses Comey memos to try to discredit Mueller investigation

President Donald Trump questioned the basis of special counsel Robert Mueller's Russia investigation in a tweet early Saturday morning, alleging that the probe started after former FBI Director James Comey "illegally leaked classified" information.

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Trump says New York Times stories trying to 'destroy' Cohen

President Trump on Saturday criticized The New York Times for stories that he says attempt to “destroy” personal lawyer Michael Cohen and suggested he will betray Trump to avoid prison -- particularly singling out reporter Maggie Haberman, who the pre

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