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Theresa May mocks 'unscrupulous' Jeremy Corbyn in first clash at PMQs

The Welsh MP has paid tribute to Corbyn for "helping Labour discover its radical roots" but said the party needed a new generation to take it forward. Kerry McCarthy, MP for Bristol East, was at the former shadow work and pensions secretary campaign launch on the weekend and confirmed that she believes Mr Smith has the ability to connect with people beyond those who "already agree with him".

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Florida Zika infection may be 1st from mosquito bite in US

As of July 13, more than 1,300 confirmed cases of Zika virus infection in the continental United States and more than 2,900 cases in the us territories had been reported to the CDC's ArboNET(www.cdc.gov) arboviral surveillance system. It was the first time researchers understood the long-term impact of the disease, which, for adults, was virally spread and caused relatively mild symptoms-mostly a rash.

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Security On Alert In Cleveland As Republican National Convention Begins

Police in Cleveland say they aim to avoid mass arrests at the protests planned for next week's Republican National Convention, but the fact that the city's courts are preparing to process up to a 1,000 people a day has some civil rights activists anxious.

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Trump staffer: 'This was my mistake'

Obama's speeches". "This was my mistake, and I feel awful for the chaos I have caused", she said in a statement released by the Trump campaign . McIver explained her role in the Trump plagiarism controversy in a statement issued Wednesday.

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Finney: Donald Trump's Own Words Are Our Best Ads

The last time that Trump matched Clinton's level of support was in mid-May, after his remaining rivals for the Republican nomination dropped out and many Republican leaders started to openly support his bid for the White House. She promised corporations and the super rich will "pay their fair share of taxes" and the middle class won't see its taxes raised under her leadership.

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Shumlin rips Washington on bill to stop Vermont GMO law

Supporters urged President Obama to sign the law and pledged to work with the U.S. Department of Agriculture in writing the regulations implementing the measure . "Once law, the food industry will have a clear and straightforward standard that in turn will provide Americans with relevant information for when they make their food choices".