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Washington Post
AP FACT CHECK: Trump on Russia probe, border; Pruitt claims
Washington Post

WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump is skimming over the facts involving the investigations into Russian meddling in the 2016 election. In a series of tweets Sunday, he repeatedly assails special counsel Robert Mueller's probe as hopelessly biased, ...

 

Brazilian Giant
Cooparaiso: experts in coffee and quality receive B.I.D Award
Winner of the BID prize for Quality

Cooparaiso, International Quality Crown Award, is classified as the fifth largest cooperative in Brazil according to its revenues, its growth level and its exploitation profits.

 

New York Times
Anti-Gun Backlash From School Shooting? Probably Not in Texas
New York Times

SANTA FE, Tex. — One mile from the scene of the shooting that left 10 people dead at her school, Monica Bracknell, a senior at Santa Fe High School, approached Texas Gov. Greg Abbott in the lobby of Arcadia First Baptist Church here Sunday morning.

 

Way to a quality life in space
Research in Space receives B.I.D Quality Award
Winner of the BID Award for Quality for space station

Over 20,000 people in Russia and other countries are employed by Khrunichev Enterprises, BID International Arch of Europe for Quality.

 

Wall Street Journal
Treasury, USTR Send Mixed Messages Over Tariffs on Chinese Imports​
Wall Street Journal

WASHINGTON—The Treasury secretary and the administration's top trade official took markedly different positions over whether the U.S. will move forward with tariffs on Chinese imports, punctuating several days of negotiations between the world's two ...

 

New York Times
White House Refuses to Apologize for Kelly Sadler's Joke About McCain
New York Times

WASHINGTON — The White House declined on Friday to renounce or apologize for an aide whose joke at a meeting that Senator John McCain was irrelevant because he would soon die went viral, outraging relatives, friends and admirers of the ailing ...

 
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New York Times
Maduro Wins Venezuela Election Amid Widespread Disillusionment
New York Times

CARACAS, Venezuela — President Nicolás Maduro won a second term as president of Venezuela, a country in the midst of a historic economic collapse marked by soaring prices, widespread hunger, rampant crime, a failing health system and a large-scale ...

 

 

The Jerusalem Post
France suffering 'intifada,' Jewish lawmaker says following Paris attack
The Jerusalem Post

Since 2012, hundreds of people have died in a series of terrorist attacks across France featuring explosives, firearms and vehicular ramming. By JTA. May 13, 2018 08:31. 1 minute read. > French PM vows to extend state of emergency, says terror threat ...

 

Digital Trends
Clorox won't cut it. Volcanologists explain what it takes to clean up after Kilauea
Digital Trends

Plumes of smoke, geysers of orange and yellow, fields of red lava rushing over rocks. These are likely what springs to mind when you think of a volcano, dazzling yet devastating. What happens when the eruption is over, though? In 1973, Heimaey, an ...

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