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On Wednesday, he delivered a speech during an book signing at the Cleveland Barnes and Noble with Ann Coulter, vowing to fight for the right of free speech online. The message said he received "repeated warnings" about similar issues in the past. I can't imagine that Twitter , using the tech resources available to them, are unable to identify, head off and block attacks like these before they escalate.
  • United against Clinton, GOP seeks to rebrand Trump

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    Nevertheless, Donald Trump now has the crown - and a final chance to summon unity from the party's restive ranks in the ritual's closing days. House Speaker Paul Ryan announced that Trump had amassed 1,725 delegates, more than triple the number of his nearest competitor, the fruits of a political phenomenon without parallel in modern times.
  • North Korea missile tests 'deeply troubling'

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    The KCNA said the launches "once again examined the operational features of the detonating devices of nuclear warheads mounted on the ballistic rockets the designated altitude over the target area ". Although there are no immediate signs of a test at the North's main nuclear test site, South Korea numerously said Pyongyang could be readying itself anytime.
  • A touch of humor invades 'Star Trek Beyond'

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    We'll update this post with more details after the screening. This one still falls heavily on action-adventure, as Hollywood demands of all modern blockbusters. " Star Trek Beyond " also stars Simon Pegg - who acted as co-writer - Idris Elba, Zachary Quinto, Zoe Saldana and Karl Urban and is out in cinemas across Australia on July 21.
  • Trump staffer apologizes for Melania Trump speech

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    After Trump campaign Chairman Paul Manafort told reporters Wednesday morning he would be looking over Cruz's speech for tonight, Roe wouldn't talk about the process. Donald Trump weighed in Wednesday on the dust-up over his wife's speech, and in doing so he just gave a window into his campaign's strategy: All press is good press.
  • Auschwitz: No Pokemon Go

    Auschwitz: No Pokemon Go

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    He said the museum is trying to get its location permanently removed from the game. In the week since Pokémon Go was launched, visitors to monuments have been asked to stop playing the immersive game, particularly in the United States. He also added that "technology can be an important learning tool" and that the museum encourages visitors to use their smartphones in order to engage with exhibits, however, "this game falls far outside of our educational and memorial mission".
  • Taylor Swift's Childhood BFF Got Death Threats For Defending Her

    Taylor Swift's Childhood BFF Got Death Threats For Defending Her

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    The " Bad Blood " singer lashed out on Twitter insisting that West never told her the actual lyrics to the song, specifically the line in which he calls her a "b--h". She also said West had a point when it came to making Swift famous . The damning video Kim Kardashian released via Snapchat showing Kanye reading his infamous " Famous " lyrics to Swift before releasing it, has left Swift out in the open, defenseless.
  • Big Brother Spoilers: Final Nominations & Eviction Plans

    Big Brother Spoilers: Final Nominations & Eviction Plans

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    James Huling could be a vote for the flip if he think Da'Vonne presents a danger to him and his, um, sort of showmance with Natalie. Who do you hope is sent packing - Tiffany or Da'Vonne? It seems like the house is leaning toward evicting Tiffany , but they leaned that way last week, too, and things changed at the last minute.
  • Eagle withdraws from UK Labour party leadership race

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    Mr Smith has received 88 nominations from Labour MPs and two from MEPs in the party's leadership contest, clearing the hurdle of 51 nominations to become a candidate. Asked what he would do if Mr Corbyn won, the Aberavon MP said: "Those of us who have given a motion of no confidence will be honoured to serve our constituents from the backbenches, and it will be up to the leader to figure out how he forms a credible and effective opposition.
  • Kim Kardashian And Husband Slammed By Taylor Swift, Over Liar Allegation

    Kim Kardashian And Husband Slammed By Taylor Swift, Over Liar Allegation

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    He tweeted: "Kanye didn't say the line "I made that b***h famous" on the call". Obviously it's Tay Tay who's threatening them with legal action (who else?), meaning the most interesting feud of the decade just got EVEN MORE EVENTFUL. It is obvious to the people that Kanye West was pleading the truth the whole time. Anderson reportedly deleted that tweet and the following words after receiving death-threats: "Lord, hear my prayers...I pray God helps your daughter understand, that ...
  • Trump wins Republican nomination for USA election

    Trump wins Republican nomination for USA election

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    Two high-powered political speech writers were reportedly hired to pen her remarks, but she rejected their efforts and changed almost every word. With calls of 'We want Trump!' ringing out across the hall, House of Congress Speaker Paul Ryan - who also chairs the convention - consulted with lawyers to determine how to resolve the standoff.
  • Sharon Osbourne wants Taylor Swift to 'rise' above Kanye's public feud

    Sharon Osbourne wants Taylor Swift to 'rise' above Kanye's public feud

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    My answer is simple. Taylor Swift and Kanye West are pretty famous , but they are NOT friends. Earlier this week, Kim released parts of the conversation on her Snapchat, which rekindled the fight between Taylor and Kanye. Calling Kanye "a bully", the 63-year-old popular TV personality discussed the potential legal action that the "Love Story" hit-maker could take against the rapper and his wife, the Mirror reports.
  • Beijing to hold South China Sea war games after tribunal ruling

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    Separately the maritime administration in Hainan province, which overseas China's expansive claims over the South China Sea said it is closing off a part of the sea for military exercises this week as China simultaneously moved on both air and the sea to establish firm control over the area which was awarded by the tribunal to the Philippines.
  • Comic-Con 2016: 4 most anticipated movies

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    What about the latest happenings for your favorite Marvel television shows and blockbuster movies? The 2016 San Diego Comic Con gets underway Thursday, and in addition to the stars descending upon the annual event to chat with fans about their upcoming projects, toymakers from around the globe will highlight upcoming items and sell exclusives to convention attendees.
  • Eagle pulls out of leadership bid to back Owen over Corbyn

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    The deadline to secure a vote in the Labour leadership contest will be passed at 5pm on Wednesday, with celebrities including author JK Rowling urging moderates to pay £25 in the hope of removing Jeremy Corbyn. "A boss who doesn't listen to his workers". "We're on the doorstep regularly, all of my MP colleagues, many Labour members a lot of people love Jeremy but they don't think he's a leader".
  • James Corden Spoofs Kanye-Taylor Feud on

    James Corden Spoofs Kanye-Taylor Feud on "The Late Late Show"

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    It has now emerged that Kim Kardashian could face legal action as even if she wasn't the one that made the recording, she is the one responsible for sharing the private conversation on her social media account. Yesterday Taylor continued to deny that she had approved the lyrics in which Kanye called her a b****h. Khan continues. " People always ask me how to be famous".
  • Newt Gingrich, Larry Kudlow energize NY delegation: Delegate impressions

    Newt Gingrich, Larry Kudlow energize NY delegation: Delegate impressions

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    Results so far are mixed, to say the least. Mr Romney led efforts earlier this year to discredit Mr Trump, notably in one speech in Utah where he reeled off what he said had been all of his business failures. "The truth is Trump is going to be very helpful to Rob Portman in Portman's re-election", Gingrich said. Former U.S. House Speaker Newt Gingrich after addressing the NY delegation to the 2016 GOP convention.
  • Roll Call To Officially Nominate Donald Trump Begins

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    As the Republican party looks for ways to explain away the similarities between the speech Melania Trump gave Monday night and one Michelle Obama gave at the Democratic convention in 2008, surrogates for the campaign are turning to some unusual sources .
  • Game Getting Controversial, Unusual PokeStops Spotted, Holocaust

    Game Getting Controversial, Unusual PokeStops Spotted, Holocaust

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    Even though " Pokemon Go " has been an overwhelmingly positive phenomenon - getting people out of the house, exercising and meeting new friends - it's also causing problems for businesses, museums, memorials and government facilities. "We are trying to find out if we can get the museum excluded from the game". "We request that visitors to ANC refrain from such activity". " Pokemon Go " is a hugely popular new reality game that uses Global Positioning System and allows players to search ...
  • "Ghostbusters" sequel is happening at Sony

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    Despite coming in line with expectations, Ghostbusters earned $46 million to land at #2. Another example of girl power! Still, $46 million isn't a bad start for a revival of a long-dormant franchise and gives any potential sequels a solid fanbase to build upon.
  • Chris Hemsworth will return for next 'Trek' film

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    Lin showcases action chops honed on four "Fast & Furious" movies in the gravity-defying climax, where Krall's origins are revealed - and none too soon, because the bad guy spends most of the film as a one-note foe devoid of Elba's usual intimidating charms.
  • The Kim Kardashian-Taylor Swift Feud Is Ruining Chloë Grace Moretz's Life

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    The line, like many in rap, sends a misogynistic message to its listeners, and it's clear that Taylor Swift came to her unprecedented superstardom through her own hard-work and pop sensibilities. She claimed she'd been victimized. Days later, Swift appeared on stage at the Grammys to accept her trophy for album of the year for "1989" and fired back with a speech that appeared to call out West directly for trying to take credit for her fame.
  • Boris hits back over his 'thesaurus' of insults

    Boris hits back over his 'thesaurus' of insults

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    British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson during a press conference on July 19, 2016 in London , England. He declined to apologize for past remarks referring to US President Barack Obama's "part-Kenyan ancestry" or likening former secretary of state Hillary Clinton to a "sadistic nurse".
  • GOP CONVENTION | Sen. Sessions says Trump ready to lead country

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    For a candidate who says he's a political outsider, that sure sounds like "insider" language. A number of social media users juxtaposed Ashley's song and Melania Trump's speech , leading some to become true believers that the aspiring first lady was Rickrolling the convention in Cleveland.
  • Taylor Swift's best friend slams Kim and Kanye

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    She even approved West's line that features him saying he and Swift might hook up one day. "I think this is a form of bullying, and that Kim will come out looking like she's trying to bully Taylor ". " Kim and Kanye discussed everything about the Taylor Swift video before releasing it. Kanye was in on the plan to release the tape as was Kim's entire team of lawyers, managers and publicists.
  • Nice attacker's link to Islamic State puzzles investigators

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    Meanwhile, French authorities say they still haven't identified 16 of those killed and one person who was wounded. Relatives of those being treated in the city's hospitals comforted each other at the weekend as they waited for news of their loved ones, injured when French-Tunisian father-of-three Mohamed Lahouaiej Bouhlel drove a lorry into crowds celebrating Bastille Day on the Promenade des Anglais.