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Meghan Markle Cried When Her Father Told Her He Would Miss Her Wedding

Meghan Markle Cried When Her Father Told Her He Would Miss Her WeddingThomas Markle also said he disagreed with Prince Harry about Donald Trump



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What would 'success' at Singapore summit mean?

What would 'success' at Singapore summit mean?What should we look for from the Trump-Kim summit? Reciprocity, concrete commitments by both sides and the designation of point persons by each side with the authority to drive the process forward.



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'He Had Everything.' Anthony Bourdain's Mother Says She Never Thought He Would Commit Suicide

'He Had Everything.' Anthony Bourdain's Mother Says She Never Thought He Would Commit Suicide"He is absolutely the last person in the world I would have ever dreamed would do something like this"



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Muhammad Ali's Attorney Says Trump Pardoning The Boxer Would Be 'Unnecessary'

Muhammad Ali's Attorney Says Trump Pardoning The Boxer Would Be 'Unnecessary'Muhammad Ali's former lawyer has a message for President Donald Trump, who



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Bill Clinton Suggests Trump Would Already Face Impeachment If He Were A Democrat

Bill Clinton Suggests Trump Would Already Face Impeachment If He Were A DemocratFormer President Bill Clinton suggested an impeachment process for President



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Proposal would add 'X' category to NYC birth certificates

Proposal would add 'X' category to NYC birth certificatesNEW YORK (AP) — People born in New York City who do not identify their gender as either male or female would have the option of choosing a third category for their birth certificates under a new proposal.



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Medical staff who treated Skripals feared pair would not survive

Medical staff who treated Skripals feared pair would not surviveDoctors in Britain who treated former Russian spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter following their March poisoning in Salisbury have said they initially feared the pair would not recover. Skripal and his daughter Yulia, who was visiting from Moscow, collapsed on March 4 on a bench in the city in southwestern England where the former double agent lived. London blamed Moscow for using a Soviet-made nerve agent known as novichok on the pair, which Moscow has furiously denied, sparking a diplomatic crisis between Russia and Britain.



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Salisbury doctors did not believe Skripals would survive Novichok poisoning  

Salisbury doctors did not believe Skripals would survive Novichok poisoning  The doctors who treated the Skripals following the Salisbury Novichok attack did not believe the former Russian spy and his daughter would survive, they have revealed.  Medics at Salisbury District Hospital said that the prognosis for Sergei and Yulia Skripal was not good when they first arrived in the Accident and Emergency department on March 4 after collapsing on a park bench in the city.  Dr Stephen Jukes, Intensive Care consultant, told BBC Newsnight: "When we first were aware this was a nerve agent we were expecting them not to survive. We would try all our therapies. We would ensure the best clinical care. But all the evidence was there that they would not survive." He added that the medical team initially thought the pair had succumbed to an opioid overdose, but the diagnosis quickly changed  to nerve agent poisoning.  They were heavily sedated and given large doses of drugs designed to help their bodies produce a key protective enzyme.  Russian spy poisoning | Read more Staff were concerned that the illness could spread, particularly after PC Nick Bailey, a police officer who became unwell after visiting Mr Skripal's home, was also brought in for treatment.   Lorna Wilkinson, the Director of Nursing at the hospital, said: " “I suppose the key marker for me was when the PC [Nick Bailey] was admitted with symptoms – there was a real concern as to how big could this get.” She said she remembered thinking: “‘have we just gone from having two index patients [to] having something that actually could become all-consuming and involve many casualties?’ because we really didn't know at that point.”  Sergei and Yulia Skripal photographed having a meal while fit and healthy Credit: supplied by pixel8000 Medical staff also said they had no idea of the future prognosis for any of those affected by the nerve agent.  Dr Christine Blanshard, medical director at the hospital, told the programme, “the honest answer is we don't know”. The medical team at the hospital had also been helped by their proximity to Porton Down laboratory, they revealed, as it offered to carry out testing and give advice on the best therapies.  Dr Duncan Murray, head of the intensive care department, said “international experts” had helped the three to recover, alongside the "excellent teamwork by the doctors, fantastic care and dedication by our nurses".  Members of the emergency services in green biohazard encapsulated suits afix a tent over the bench on which the Skripals were found Credit: BEN STANSALL /AFP All three have now been discharged, with Mr Skripal leaving hospital the most recently, on May 18, after 10 weeks of treatment. In her first appearance since leaving hospital, Ms Skripal spoke to the news agency Reuters at a secret London location last week.  She said she felt she and her father were "lucky to both have survived this attempted assassination". She added: "I don’t want to describe the details, but the physical treatment was invasive, painful and depressing.” The British government has accused Russia of being behind the attack, expelling 23 Russian diplomats in retaliation.  It has denied any involvement and expelled British diplomats from Moscow, as well as questioning the legitimacy of Ms Skripal's statement.  In a statement, it said: "The UK is obliged to give us the opportunity to speak to Yulia directly in order to make sure that she is not held against her own will and is not speaking under pressure."



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Republicans Who Thought North Korea Summit Would Save Election Now Rebooting

Republicans Who Thought North Korea Summit Would Save Election Now RebootingWASHINGTON ― While President Donald Trump may have seen a successful summit



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Republicans Who Thought North Korea Summit Would Save Election Now Rebooting

Republicans Who Thought North Korea Summit Would Save Election Now RebootingWASHINGTON ― While President Donald Trump may have seen a successful summit



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