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UK's Jeremy Corbyn Vows to Beat 'Cosy Cartel' of the Rich

The British parliament voted overwhelmingly Wednesday to back Prime Minister Theresa May's call to hold early general elections on June 8, three years ahead of schedule. How much could tactical voting influence the upcoming election? Across the Channel, the European Union is facing parliamentary elections in 2019 and will surely want to seal a deal beforehand.


China launches its first cargo spaceship

China launches its first cargo spaceship

China has launched its first cargo spaceship on Thursday, taking the country one step closer to building its own space station. Minutes later, as the spacecraft cleared the atmosphere, the mission was declared a success by administrators at ground control on the outskirts of the capital, Beijing.


US envoy Nikki Haley says al-Assad must be ousted

US envoy Nikki Haley says al-Assad must be ousted

When reports of chemical attacks in Syria first surfaced, former President Barack Obama said the use of those weapons would invoke a USA response. Russian Federation has reportedly suspended a communications hotline with Pentagon on Syria as the two countries clashed in United Nations over U.S.


White House pushes to revive health bill

White House pushes to revive health bill

And so those are two of the big pieces. Especially when, like Trump, your approval ratings are mired in the low 40s - and are even lower in numerous country's swing districts where Republicans need to win to hold onto their House majority in 2018.


How the 'Facebook Killer' sighting at McDonald's played out

How the 'Facebook Killer' sighting at McDonald's played out

He was believed to have uploaded a video to Facebook showing his killing of 74-year-old Mr Godwin in Cleveland on Sunday and then boasting on subsequent Facebook Live streams that he had killed others. When the driver of the white Fusion with OH tags reached the payment window at 11 a.m. Tuesday, an employee recognized him as murder suspect Steve Stephens .



UK parliament approves June 8 general election

Addressing MPs beforehand, May said an early vote would strengthen her hand in dealing both with Brussels and domestic critics seeking to "frustrate the process" of Brexit. "I think it is right now to ask the British people, to put their trust in me and the Conservative Party to deliver on their vote past year a Brexit plan that will make a success for this country and deliver a stronger, fairer global Britain in the future".