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Donald Trump is the presumptive Republican presidential nominee, a wildfire is sweeping through parts of Alberta, Canada, and Leicester City pulled off the impossible. Take the BuzzFeed News quiz, made from stories featured in the
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no one is left in the race on the Republican side. Trump became the presumptive nominee after his primary win in Indiana this week, which prompted rivals Ted Cruz and John Kasich to drop out.
Jeremy Corbyn’s party is
on track to lose council seats, placing Labour in a historically weak position when it comes to preparing the ground for a general election victory.
Both had 15 nominations.
Hamilton creator Lin-Manuel Miranda won a Pulitzer Prize last month. The musical also won a Grammy for Best Musical Theater Album.
Lonnie Franklin, now 63, was convicted of killing 10 young black women in South L.A. over the course of two decades starting in the 1980s.
Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu
announced he is stepping down on Thursday. Davutoglu has long been thought to be against President Erdogan’s plan to consolidate power by moving Turkey toward a presidential system of governance.
After starting the season with 5,000–1 odds, Leicester City was for the first time
crowned Premier League champion on Monday, capping off a fairy-tale season that will go down in sporting history.
A little over one year after launching,
Tinder Plus — the paid version of the dating app — has hit 1 million users. Earlier this year, Tinder announced it had hit 100 million downloads
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