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Balance of Power: Now for Theresa May's Next Brexit Feat

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The Brexit breakthrough announced in Brussels in the early hours of Friday is a rare moment in the sun for Theresa May.
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May and Juncker clinch Brexit breakthrough

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The deal clears a path for talks on the future relationship between the U.K. and EU.
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Tories praise Brexit deal, but Nigel Farage says it is ‘humiliating'

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Brexiteer Nigel Farage has attacked Theresa May's EU deal, stating it allows the UK to “move on to the next stage of humiliation.” Business leaders, however, said they were “breathing a huge sigh of relief.”
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‘The Breakthrough That We Needed.' Britain and the E.U. Have Agreed on Key Brexit Terms

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Britain and the European Union made a significant step forward Friday in Brexit talks, officials said, after a flurry of overnight diplomacy by phone bridged differences over the Irish border.
“I believe that we have now made the breakthrough that we needed,” European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker told reporters during a joint news conference with British Prime Minister Theresa May.
But the agreement doesn't give details of how the thorny border issue will be solved, noting that much depends on the outcome of trade talks between Britain and the EU. Its crucial passages promise...
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The 3 big concessions May made to the EU on the Brexit divorce deal

The 3 big concessions May made to the EU on the Brexit divorce deal

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British and EU negotiators agree on first phase of Brexit talks after all-night talks between Theresa May, Jean-Claude Juncker, the DUP, and the Irish government.
May makes key concessions in order to push through a deal in time for the EU summit.
LONDON - Prime Minister Theresa May has agreed the text of a Brexit divorce deal after holding all-night talks with European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker, the DUP, and the Irish government.
May travelled to Brussels on Friday morning with Brexit secretary David Davis to Brussels for talks with the European Commission, before the deal...
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U.K.'s Irish Fudge Will Come Back to Haunt May as Foster Hedges

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U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May managed to kick the Irish border question far enough down the road to allow Brexit talks to move on. But Arlene Foster, who keeps her in power, hasn't gone away.
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Breakthrough on Brexit terms opens way for talks to move to second phase

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Trade and a transition period can now be discussed after an overnight deal on the Irish border and the divorce bill
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Britain, EU in Brexit breakthrough; talks likely to broaden

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Britain and the European Union have made a significant breakthrough in Brexit talks, after a flurry of overnight telephone calls between British Prime Minister Theresa May and Irish and EU leaders bridged differences over Irish borders
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U.K., EU Strike Deal to Unlock Brexit Negotiations

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EU Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker and U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May speak to reporters about reaching a deal with the U.K. government on the Irish border that will allow Brexit talks to move on to the second phase.
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Brexit Breakthrough: The EU and Britain Have Agreed to Terms of Divorce

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The European Commission said on Friday enough progress had been made in Brexit negotiations with Britain to allow a second phase of talks on future relations to begin, ending an impasse over the status of the Irish border.
The Commission gave its verdict in a statement after intense talks, which resulted in British Prime Minister Theresa May taking an early-morning flight to Brussels to announce the deal alongside Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker.
The Commission's recommendation that sufficient progress has been made will now go to the European Union summit of leaders taking place...
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Brexit talks to move to 2nd phase - EU's Juncker

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Britain and E.U. Clear Way for ‘Brexit' Talks to Proceed

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Prime Minister Theresa May apparently offered enough assurances over the future of the Irish border to satisfy European negotiators.
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EU's Juncker Says Breakthrough Made in Brexit Talks

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EU Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker speaks to reporters about reaching a deal with the U.K. government on the Irish border that will allow Brexit talks to move on to the second phase.
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Confirmed! Brexit deal brokered between May and EU - no hard border for Ireland

Confirmed! Brexit deal brokered between May and EU - no hard border for Ireland

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After hammering out the finer details in an early morning meeting, Theresa May and President of the European Commission Jean-Claude Juncker have struck a deal, allowing Brexit to advance to stage two which will see talks on the future trading relationship.
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Theresa May has agreed a Brexit divorce deal after all night talks with the EU

Theresa May has agreed a Brexit divorce deal after all night talks with the EU

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Theresa May agrees a Brexit divorce deal
EU Commission president Jean Claude Juncker said "sufficient progress" had been made in talks.
Juncker will now recommend that talks can progress to Britain's future relationship with the EU.
DUP welcomes "substantial changes" to the deal after vetoing an earlier version of the agreement.
LONDON - Theresa May has agreed the text of a Brexit divorce deal after all night talks with European Commission president Jean Claude Juncker, the DUP and the Irish government.
The prime minister made a series of calls on Thursday to the Irish Taoiseach Leo...
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More women accuse Dustin Hoffman of sexual misconduct

More women accuse Dustin Hoffman of sexual misconduct

Playwright Cori Thomas says the actor exposed himself to her in a New York hotel room when she was 16-years-old. Read more ...

'Dark money' provision dropped from tax bill

'Dark money' provision dropped from tax bill

"I will continue to fight all attempts to eliminate this critical provision that keeps the sanctity of our religious institutions intact, prevents the flow of dark money in... Read more ...

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Homeless man finds $354,000 in room at Paris airport

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French police say a homeless man found a huge amount of cash last week at Paris' Charles de Gaulle Airport and was able to leave the complex with 300,000 euros . Read more ...

Haley: Missile debris 'proof' of Iran's UN violations

Haley: Missile debris 'proof' of Iran's UN violations

US Ambassador to the UN Nikki Haley says “undeniable” evidence proves that Iran is violating international law by funneling missiles to Houthi rebels in Yemen. Haley Thursday... Read more ...

Rubio's defection threatens Senate GOP's margin on tax bill

Rubio's defection threatens Senate GOP's margin on tax bill

Republican Sen. Marco Rubio declared Thursday he will vote against the GOP'S sweeping tax package unless negotiators expand its child tax credit, jeopardizing the Republicans'... Read more ...

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The chart alone reveals a perennial problem in center-left mainstream media attempts at data journalism. Read more ...

Newtown marks Sandy Hook tragedy with solemnity, remembrance

Newtown marks Sandy Hook tragedy with solemnity, remembrance

Five years ago today, we lost 26 innocent lives in Newtown, Connecticut. Read more ...