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  • Montana papers retract their Gianforte endorsements after assault citationThree major Montana newspapers have rescinded their endorsements of Greg Gianforte, the Republican candidate for the House of Representatives, after the was cited with assault.

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    Obama 'heartbroken' by Manchester attackFormer United States President Barack Obama said at a Berlin reunion with German Chancellor Angela Merkel Thursday he was "heartbroken" by a suicide bombing that killed 22 people in Manchester. "We can see the terrible violence that took place just recently in Manchester... it's a reminder that there is great danger of terrorism and people who would do great harm to others just because they're different," Obama told a crowd at the German capital's Brandenburg Gate. "We had a chance backstage to send a message to the people of Manchester about how heartbroken we are by the loss of life," Obama said.

    ‘Answer the question’: Bernie Sanders clashes with Trump budget chief during hearingFireworks erupted Thursday when President Trump’s budget chief sparred with a Senate panel over the administration's proposed 2018 budget, most notably trading barbs with Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., over potential cuts to entitlement programs.

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    Montana governor slams alleged Gianforte body-slam: Yahoo interviewMontana Gov. Steve Bullock called Congressional candidate Greg Gianforte’s alleged assault of a reporter “a real wake up call” in an exclusive interview with Yahoo Global News Anchor Katie Couric, as voters in his state head to the polls today.

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    DeVos grilled by Democrats on public school cuts, private school discriminationDemocratic legislators pressed Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos in her first public testimony since a contentious confirmation process. DeVos was answering questions on the White House budget proposal in front of the House Appropriations Subcommittee on Labor, Health and Human Services and Education. The budget proposal has been criticized by some for making deep cuts to public education to fund school choice voucher programs such as those that DeVos promoted in her home state of Michigan.

    Everest rescuers retrieve bodies of two Indian climbersRescuers have retrieved the bodies of two Indian climbers who died on Mount Everest last year but whose remains could not be moved due to bad weather, an official said Thursday. A team of Nepali climbers retrieved the bodies of Goutam Ghosh and Paresh Nath from the balcony, an area just below the summit of the 8,848-metre (29,029-foot) mountain. Ghosh's remains were only located this year by other climbers on the mountain.

    Obama in Berlin: ‘We can’t hide behind a wall’Former President Barack Obama and German Chancellor Angela Merkel attend a discussion at the German Protestant Kirchentag in front of the Brandenburg Gate in Berlin on May 25. Former President Barack Obama seemed to take a subtle swipe at his successor Thursday, telling a Berlin audience that the world cannot “hide behind a wall” — an apparent reference to President Trump’s signature campaign promise to build a wall on the U.S.-Mexico border. Obama was in Germany for Kirchentag, a conference affiliated with the Protestant church that he attended at the invitation of German Chancellor Angela Merkel.

    Woman jumps onto the hood of moving car to prevent carjacking at petrol stationA Wisconsin woman has become a viral sensation after she jumped on the hood of her own moving car to prevent a carjacking. Melissa Smith, 27, was printing her receipt at a petrol station in Milwaukee when a stranger jumped into her car and began driving away. “I had my, ‘Oh no this isn’t happening to me today moment,’” Ms Smith told local news station WISN 12.

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    Paul Ryan says Gianforte should apologize, not withdraw, after altercation with reporterHouse Speaker Paul Ryan said Thursday that GOP candidate Greg Gianforte should apologize for an apparently violent interaction with a reporter, but Ryan also said he would accept the Montanan into the House if he won his special election later in the day. “First, let me just say physical altercations — there’s never a call for physical altercations,” Ryan said when asked whether Gianforte should withdraw from the race. “There is no time where a physical altercation should occur or just between human beings, so that is wrong and it should not have happened.

    'I won't give up': Death row inmate seeks execution reprieveMONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) — The man derisively called the "Houdini" of death row by victims' advocates is asking the courts to halt his execution for an eighth time, saying Alabama's execution method won't properly sedate him before he's injected with drugs to stop his heart and lungs.

    Man Charged in Death of Girlfriend's Daughter After 'Wrestling Moves': CopsRichard Gamache, 24, is charged with first-degree child abuse for severely injuring the 2-year-old. She later died.

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    World reaction to the deadly attack in Manchester, EnglandAt least 22 people have died and more than 100 injured after what Theresa May described as an “appalling terror attack” at the Manchester Arena during an Ariana Grande pop concert. World reaction grows as ISIS claims responsibility.

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    Salman Abedi: Cannabis-Smoking Teen Turned ISIS Suicide BomberHe grew up few miles away from the place where he detonated a suicide bomb and killed 22 people, mostly young girls who had gathered for Singer Ariana Grande’s concert.

    Thousands flee Philippine city after rebel rampage claimed by Islamic StateBy Romeo Ranoco PANTAR, Philippines (Reuters) - Thousands of civilians fled fighting in the Philippines on Wednesday as troops tried to fend off Islamist militants who took over large parts of a city, capturing Christians, seizing and torching buildings and setting free scores of prisoners. Islamic State claimed responsibility for the rampage via its Amaq news agency, and President Rodrigo Duterte defended his decision to declare martial law on Mindanao, the Muslim-majority island where Marawi City is located, to prevent the spread of extremism in the impoverished region. The violence flared in Marawi on Tuesday afternoon after a botched raid by security forces on a hideout of the Maute, a militant group that has pledged allegiance to Islamic State.

    Report yields new details in 2014 Yosemite air tanker crashLOS ANGELES (AP) — The 2014 fatal crash of an air tanker fighting a forest fire in Yosemite National Park came just after the pilot was warned to avoid a tree to the right but then struck trees to the left, according to a National Transportation Safety Board report.

    Montana election down to wire after Republican 'bodyslam'A special congressional election in Montana -- considered a bellwether in the opening months of Donald Trump's presidency -- was on a razor's edge Thursday after the Republican candidate faced accusations he assaulted a journalist. Greg Gianforte -- a wealthy businessman who had been expected to comfortably win Thursday's contest until recent weeks -- faces up to six months in county jail and a $500 fine if convicted of misdemeanor assault against a journalist from the British newspaper The Guardian. The race was already under close monitoring by Republicans concerned about possible cracks in support for Trump during his early, crisis-ridden tenure.

    'Racially motivated' fight leaves Arizona prison on lockdownPHOENIX (AP) — A privately run prison in Arizona remained on lockdown Thursday after four inmates were injured in a brawl involving about 80 prisoners that authorities had to use pepper spray to break up.

    Billy Cosby Breaks His Silence as Final Juror Picked in His Sexual Assault TrialOpening arguments are set to begin June 5.

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    Charging bear attacks Ontario hunter in terrifying encounterA Canadian hunter is lucky to be alive after being attacked by a black bear. Richard Wesley was bow hunting near Fire River, Ontario, when he noticed a large black bear roaming nearby. At first, the bear seemed unfazed by Wesley's presence, but when the hunter makes a sound in an attempt to scare off the approaching bear, it charges. Wesley attempts to make as much noise as possible, and even punches the attacking bear in the face. The camera falls and the hunter returns just a few seconds later, visibly shook by the near death experience. "I should have shot a long time ago," Wesley says into the camera just seconds after the attack.  Luckily, the hunter walked away nearly unscathed.  "No wounds except a bruised elbow and ego where the bear threw me down," Wesley wrote on YouTube.  "Genuinely happy that this was a non fatal or tragic outcome." 

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    THAAD Deployment Will Weaken Kim Jong Un's LeverageA top American military commander in Seoul said Thursday that a "very dangerous situation" is looming over the Korean peninsula.

    UK police hunt Manchester bomber's network, angered by U.S. leaksBy Michael Holden and Andy Bruce MANCHESTER, England (Reuters) - Police scrambled to close down a network around the Manchester suicide bomber with arrests in Britain and Tripoli on Wednesday, as details about the investigation were leaked to U.S. media, infuriating authorities who fear a second attack is imminent. British-born Salman Abedi, 22, who was known to security services, killed 22 people at a concert venue packed with children on Monday. Manchester police arrested five men and one woman on Wednesday, bringing the total held for questioning to seven, and searched multiple addresses in northern and central England.

    Ben Carson refers to poverty as a ‘state of mind’Housing and Urban Development Secretary Ben Carson referred to poverty as a “state of mind” during a Sirius XM interview. The former GOP presidential candidate said, “You take somebody that has the right mindset, you can take everything from them and put them on the street, and I guarantee in a little while they’ll be right back up there.”

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    Republican congressional candidate cited for 'bodyslamming' reporterA Republican running for Congress in Montana was cited for misdemeanor assault after he allegedly "bodyslammed" a reporter for The Guardian newspaper Wednesday on the eve of the state's hotly contested vote. The altercation between Greg Gianforte -- who is running for the state's only congressional seat in Thursday's special election -- and journalist Ben Jacobs took place at a campaign event at Gianforte's headquarters in the city of Bozeman, Montana, The Guardian said.

    El Salvador captures escaped female killer "Boss"Security forces in El Salvador on Thursday captured the female leader of a hit-squad-for-hire two weeks after she escaped from a Guatemalan prison where she was serving a 94-year sentence, officials said. Marixa Lemus, a 45-year-old Guatemalan who went by the nickname "The Boss," was arrested in the west of El Salvador near the Guatemalan border. Lemus had escaped her military-run prison north of Guatemala City on May 11.

    Russia's Gigantic New Submarine Has Enormous "Wings"The submarine will be twice as long as a jumbo jet.

    Smooth waves bursting with color give inside view of surfer’s paradiseEver wondered what Hawaii’s famous waves look like from the inside? Photographer and non- commissioned officer in the United States Army, Marco Mitre shares the beauty of the shore on the island of Oahu in Hawaii.

    The Justin Trudeau and Emmanuel Macron bromance is in full bloom, and we are swooningSpring is here and we're happy to report that a hot new bromance is in full bloom. The newly appointed president of France, Emmanuel Macron, is hitting it off with everyone's favorite Canadian heartthrob, Prime Minister Justin Truedeau, and the world may not be ready for this. SEE ALSO: People are hilariously confusing Emmanuel Macron for a beloved French cookie Footage of the two leaders meeting at the G7 summit in Sicily, Italy found its way to our hearts on Friday. In the video, Trudeau, 45, and Macron, 39, take a long bromantic stroll through beautiful, lush, flower-filled shrubbery. They walked along stone paths side-by-side, chatting about the challenges faced by our generation in French. Macron even picked a freaking flower. After Macron defeated President Trump during their highly-anticipated handshake battle at their Thursday meeting, it seemed as though the internet's love for him couldn't possibly grow any stronger. But then Macron graced us with this video. Twitter users were immediately smitten by the dreamy political duo and readily hopped onboard this bromance train. Many began dissecting the relationship and crafting the most beautiful rom-com plots. Justin Trudeau looks like The Bachelor and Macron has just stolen him away for a second. — Hanna Flint (@HannaFlint) May 26, 2017 Macron and Trudeau's summery stroll in Sicily looks insanely romantic — Tara Mulholland (@tara_mulholland) May 26, 2017 Get a man who looks at you like Macron & Trudeau look at each other. (You'd probably also settle for a man who looks like Macron or Trudeau) — Tara Mulholland (@tara_mulholland) May 26, 2017 Apparently Justin Trudeau and Emmanuel Macron flew to Sicily for their wedding photoshoot. — tessa (@sherlockify) May 26, 2017 can't believe Justin has proposed already — Marie Le Conte (@youngvulgarian) May 26, 2017 @youngvulgarian omfg I thought Macron picked a flower off the wall to give to Trudeau at the end there — Finn Darby (@FinnTD) May 26, 2017 Let's get an UNDER THE TUSCAN SUN reboot with Trudeau and Macron asap thx — Slade Sohmer (@Slade) May 26, 2017 Macron x Trudeau, the fanfiction — Chloé Woitier  (@W_Chloe) May 26, 2017 The Macron Trudeau bromance is giving me serious tween giggles and all the feelz... — Ginnette (@caffeinehusky) May 26, 2017 ATTENTION EVERYONE. The first Macron/Trudeau picture has landed. I repeat: the first Macron/Trudeau picture has landed. — Marie Le Conte (@youngvulgarian) May 26, 2017 I mean just look at them! Are they not the cutest??! And if you're watching, Donald Trump, take a gander at that friendly AF handshake they're sharing ... Image: STEPHANE DE SAKUTIN/AFP/Getty Images Image: sTEPHANE DE SAKUTIN/AFP/Getty ImagessI'm so sorry, Obama. Your bromance with Trudeau will forever remain in our hearts and diaries, but WE. SHIP. THIS. SO. HARD. WATCH: Obama brought Joe Biden to tears, surprising him America’s highest civilian honor

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    Manchester Bomber Caught on Surveillance Shopping Days Before AttackHis younger brother Hashem was planning another attack, according to authorities.

    Venezuela military defends protests role, backs Maduro congressBy Andrew Cawthorne CARACAS (Reuters) - Decried by protesters as "murderers" defending a dictator, Venezuela's military insisted on Thursday it was not taking sides in the national political turmoil, though it did back socialist President Nicolas Maduro's controversial plan for a new congress. The armed forces' National Guard unit has played a pivotal role in two months of unrest rocking Venezuela, often blocking marches and using teargas and water cannons to fight youths hurling stones and Molotov cocktails. At least 57 people have been killed, including one National Guard member and two policemen.

    Officials: Manchester bomber passed through Germany, TurkeyBERLIN (AP) — The suspected bomber in the concert attack in Britain passed through Germany and Turkey before the attack, authorities said Thursday.

    The Latest: Democrat concedes to Gianforte in Montana raceBOZEMAN, Mont. (AP) — The Latest on the misdemeanor assault case against Greg Gianforte, a Republican candidate for a Montana congressional seat in a special election Thursday. (all times local):

    Arrested Joker-Lookalike Speaks Out After Gun ChargesLawrence Patrick Sullivan has his face tattooed that makes him look like a mix of Heath Ledger’s Joker character and also Jared Leto’s version from "Suicide Squad."

    Trump promises peace push after 'fantastic' pope talksDonald Trump vowed Wednesday to use his US presidency to promote global peace after meeting Pope Francis, before heading into a high-stakes summit of the world's biggest military alliance. "Honor of a lifetime to meet His Holiness Pope Francis," a star-struck Trump wrote on Twitter before leaving Rome for Brussels and the next leg of his first overseas trip as US president. "I leave the Vatican more determined than ever to pursue PEACE in our world," the billionaire former reality TV star said.