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John McCain Tells Allies: Americans Stand With You Even If Trump Doesn’t

John McCain

Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) used a Twitter post to reassure other members of the Group of Seven that U.S. citizens are still their allies even if President Donald Trump no longer appears to be.

McCain sent his message a tense summit of major industrial nations in Quebec that left Trump and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau sniping at one another. Trump ended up declining to endorse a joint G-7 statement on the meeting.

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John Kelly called White House 'miserable place to work'

John KellyWhite House chief of staff John Kelly, burned out by his job, is reportedly questioning how long he can remain in the post.

The chief of staff told a group of senators last week that the White House is “a miserable place to work,” The New York Times reported Sunday.

According to the Times, aides are mocking Kelly’s new deputy chief of staff, Zachary Fuentes, by calling him “deputy president” for taking over some of Kelly’s duties.

President Trump, however, isn't concerned by the possible turnover in his administration and is comfortable with removing aides who challenge him, the paper reported.

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Trump pulls out of joint G7 statement, calls Trudeau 'weak'

Trump pulls oout of G7The G7 summit in Canada has ended in the escalation of a row over trade with US President Donald Trump withdrawing support for a communique, citing "false statements" by Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.

Trump was on board Air Force One when he issued a series of tweets on Saturday, attacking Trudeau who he called "very dishonest" and "weak" and apparently pulling out of the joint statement.

Shortly before, Trudeau had announced the G7 countries had all agreed on the statement.

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France blasts ‘incoherent’ Trump after G7 fiasco

Macron with Trump at G7

France pledged on Sunday to stand by the G7 summit statement disowned by Donald Trump and took a swipe at the U.S. president by declaring that international cooperation could not depend on “fits of anger” or “little words.”

Apparently incensed by remarks about U.S. tariffs at the closing press conference on Saturday by Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, Trump — who had already left the gathering in Quebec — tweeted that he had instructed U.S. officials not to endorse the final communiqué, which had already been agreed and published.

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The Kilauea Eruption Flooded Hawaii’s First Geothermal Plant. What Next?

Geothermanl plant flooded in HawaiiThis year, Kapalua Bay Beach on Maui topped a closely watched list as the country’s best beach.

But Hawaii also tops another not-so-glamourous list, according to the U.S. Energy Information Administration—as the state with the most expensive electricity prices.

But not for long: In 2015, Hawaii’s Gov. David Ige signed the country’s first state law mandating 100 percent of its electricity come from renewable energy sources by the year 2045. One such renewable is geothermal. But the very thing that makes geothermal an attractive source of clean energy in Hawaii just shut down the only geothermal power plant in the state—the Kīlauea volcano.

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USA TODAY foreign affairs reporter Oren Dorell killed in hit-and-run

USA Today reporter killed in hit and run

Oren Dorell, a former construction contractor who became a globe-trotting foreign affairs reporter for USA TODAY, died Friday evening in Washington, D.C. He was 53.

Dorell was hit by a suspected impaired driver while riding his motorcycle. The crash is under investigation.

D.C.’s Metropolitan Police Department said Dorell was driving east in the 1100 block of H Street NE on a 2018 Kawasaki Ninja just before 8:30 p.m. when he was struck by a Toyota Camry, which fled the scene. The driver, 47-year-old Daryl Grant Alexander, faces charges of second-degree murder, driving under the influence and leaving after colliding, police said.

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Texas Home Depot employee asks Hispanic veteran for his 'Mexico ID'

Home Depot racist incidentA South Texas woman's Facebook post about what she called a racist incident at a Home Depot has gone viral.

On June 3, Christina Borden posted an out-of-focus photo of an employee working at Home Depot on Port Avenue in Corpus Christi along with her story of an experience her mother's boyfriend had at the store.

The post has been shared more than 550 times and has more than 300 comments.

Borden states that when the Hispanic veteran attempted to return an item at the store, a woman asked him for "his Mexico ID." The man left the store to retrieve his identification and told Borden's mother what happened.

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U.S. special ops soldier killed, 4 wounded in attack by extremists in Somalia

US soldier killed, 4 wounded in Somalia

A U.S. operations soldier was killed and four wounded in an attack Friday by al-Shabab extremists in Somalia. The injured have been treated and discharged to a U.S.embassy medical team in Kenya, the U.S. Africa command said Saturday.

One member of a "partner force" was also wounded in the attack, the military said.

The Africa command said the four U.S. service members were now awaiting transport "for additional medical evaluation."

The al-Qaida-linked al-Shabab extremist group, which is based in Somalia and controls parts of the country’s rural south and central regions, claimed responsibility for the attack.

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Violent protests again draw attention to Portland, Oregon

AntiFascist protests in OregonViral videos of bloody skirmishes between right-wing activists and self-described anti-fascists have drawn national attention to Portland, Oregon — a city of storied political activism that has struggled to keep the peace at dueling rallies illustrating a microcosm of the nation's political division.

Tensions erupted most recently this month when members of the so-called "antifa" movement showed up at a march organized by a right-wing group called Patriot Prayer.

As police tried to keep order, fist fights broke out in a string of downtown parks fringed with aspen trees and dotted with plaques honoring Portland's founders and fallen World War II soldiers.

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