10 Times Prince George & Princess Charlotte Stole The Show With Their Picture-worthy Antics

Tantrums and headstands and face palms, oh my! We never know what these royal kiddos are going to do next, but so far, so cute. Take a look at their most memorable moments! When your mom is the Duchess of Cambridge and your dad is the Duke — not to mention your grandmother is the […]

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Meghan Markle Stuns In Pink 1st Time On Buckingham Palace Balcony With Queen & Prince Harry

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are back from their honeymoon! The duchess stunned in a millennial pink dress with matching hat while attending the Trooping the Colour for Queen Elizabeth’s birthday! Prince Harry, 33, and Meghan Markle, 36, looked so in love during their first appearance since their return to London on June 7 from […]

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Dems demand counterintelligence probe of Trump cellphone, warn of ‘grave danger’ to security

Top Democrats asked Thursday that the intelligence community do a threat review on President Trump’s cellphone behavior after reports that he uses unsecured devices to communicate with friends and to post on Twitter. Both CNN and Politico have reported in recent months that Mr. Trump relies on his personal cellphone to call friends, circumventing White House policies. Mr. Trump says […]

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Merkel, Trump discuss Syrian cease-fire, Putin’s new weapons

BERLIN (AP) — German Chancellor Angela Merkel has spoken with U.S. President Donald Trump about Syria, and both sides agreed that Syrian government forces and their Russian and Iranian allies must abide by a U.N. Security Council cease-fire resolution, her office said Friday. Following their call Thursday, Merkel and Trump urged Russia to stop participating […]

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No civilians leave Syria’s Ghouta; Putin blames rebels

BEIRUT (AP) — The Russia-ordered brief humanitarian pause was in effect for a second day Wednesday in rebel-held Damascus suburbs, but no civilians used the corridor manned by Syrian and Russian forces to leave the enclave. Government forces, meanwhile, tried to push their way into the area, setting off ground battles. Russian President Vladimir Putin blamed the […]

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North Korea condemns new sanctions but opens door to talks with U.S.

SEOUL, South Korea — A North Korean envoy making an uncommon visit to South Korea said Sunday that his country was willing to open talks with the United States, a rare step toward diplomacy between enemies after a year of North Korean missile and nuclear tests and direct threats of war from both Pyongyang and […]

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