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Washington co-founds climate alliance in wake of Trump action

Washington co-founds climate alliance in wake of Trump action

India , for its part, signed the deal in 2016 under the implicit understanding that developed nations such as the USA would provide it with $2.5 trillion over 15 years to help reduce greenhouse gasses. Pruitt again answered by insisting their discussions about the Paris accord were centered exclusively on whether the accord was good for the U.S. Oil prices fell Friday on concern that the US exit from Paris could lead to increased production and a continuation of the glut of crude.



Kin of Leo Varadkar, set to be Ireland PM, celebrate

The election was necessitated after the incumbent taoiseach - the Irish equivalent of prime minister - Enda Kenny, resigned in May. When Varadkar came out, he told an Irish radio station that being gay is "not something that defines me".


White House tries to regroup, but Trump isn't helping

White House tries to regroup, but Trump isn't helping

The FBI is looking into the role Kushner held during the campaign and transition, including his contacts with Russian officials, his role in the campaign's data analytics operation and his relationship with former national security adviser Michael Flynn.



Vladimir Putin denies having compromising information on Donald Trump

WASHINGTON , D.C.: Russian President Vladimir Putin said hackers trying to influence last year's United States election could have been from anywhere, questioning findings by American intelligence that Russia was behind the operation, according to an interview aired Friday.


SpongeBob SquarePants is Coming to Broadway

SpongeBob SquarePants is Coming to Broadway

The show will arrive in NY after a spring 2016 world-premiere engagement in Chicago (then titled The SpongeBob Musical). Several members of the Chicago cast will transfer with the production, including newcomer Ethan Slater , who will make his Broadway debut in the title role.



Police name two London attackers

All those detained in relation to Saturday's deadly terror attack in the United Kingdom capital of London were released without charges, the city's Metropolitan Police Service said Tuesday. Pathetic excuse by London Mayor Sadiq Khan who had to think fast on his "no reason to be alarmed" statement. The attackers rammed pedestrians with a van before launching frenzied stabbings in the market.