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Terror cops arrest man in London Bridge investigation raid

Khuram Butt , Rachid Redouane and Youssef Zaghba killed eight people last Saturday night after driving into pedestrians and then embarking on a stabbing spree on the popular nightlife spot. "We didn't know if it was us shooting or if that bad guys had guns". Sunday Express business editor Geoff Ho wrote about his ordeal after he was stabbed in the neck while trying to protect his friend and other people at the Black & Blue restaurant. Read More »

European Union calls on Britain to clarify Brexit stance following snap elections

Prime Minister Theresa May has made a joke at her own expense as Britain's House of Commons got underway - a reflection of her new humility following a disastrous snap election in which she lost her majority. If the chastened prime minister and Brexit Secretary David Davis take a gentler tone when talks finally launch in Brussels next week, they could win valuable concessions, some think. Read More »

Aerialist daredevil hangs by teeth from chopper over Niagara Falls

Erendira Wallenda said she was caught off guard by the windy conditions above the cataracts, something her husband had to deal with during his 2012 stunt. Rather than walk the expanse of the iconic falls, she made a decision to hang from a helicopter by her feet and also by her teeth. The Niagara County Legislature set aside $35,000 for the act last month. Read More »

Cancelled: Bridge School Benefit 2017


The band opened the set with a heartfelt "Hello My Baby" played facing toward the Bridge School students behind them before returning to the stage for an acoustic set highlighted by collaborations with Sarah McLachlan on "Sad Lisa" and Neil Young joining them for "Four Strong Winds" and "I Shall Be Released" to close the set. Read More »

BHP's new chairman built reputation on Amcor turnaround


MacKenzie, who is a non-executive director and was previously CEO of Australian packaging group Amcor (AMC.AU), takes over from Jac Nasser on September 1. While US-based Elliott doesn't have a large shareholding in the company, it is known to be a persistent agitator and released another tirade this week accusing the board of presiding over the destruction of billions of dollars of shareholder wealth in recent years. Read More »

Congressional Baseball Game for Charity to air on C-SPAN


The House majority whip, 51, is a five-term Republican from Louisiana. President Donald Trump said in a taped message to the players and spectators that coming together for a ball game a day after a tragedy shows "the world that we will not be intimidated by assaults. Read More »

George Clooney's dad Nick reveals star's first meeting with wife Amal


She said: "Oh my god, Amal and George were so attractive, they were so happy, so contented". In Touch previously revealed that George and Amal were expecting twins back in January, and a close friend of the attorney said that even they were surprised that they would be welcoming not one, but two bundles of joy. Read More »

Gene Simmons wants to trademark "devil horns" hand gesture

Simmons says the mark would be for his use during " entertainment, namely, live performances by a musical artist; personal appearances by a musical artist ". Here, for example, is the album cover for the Beatles " 1966 single, " Yellow Submarine/Eleanor Rigby '. When applied or used by another person, Simmons claims, it would likely cause confusion or be deceiving. Read More »

Blimp Bursts In the Air, Explodes Into Flames at US Open

Open Championship broadcast, the U.S. Golf Association added. A blimp crashed near the course where professional golfers are teeing off in the 117th U.S. The first responders transported the injured pilot to a waiting medical helicopter that had landed in the field. The blimp, operated by Florida-based AirSign, was being used for advertising as it floated above the tournament. Read More »

Bill Cosby Quaaludes Confession: He Got Drugs to Give Women for Sex

The Friday afternoon session also focused on the section of Cosby's September 2005 deposition in Constand's civil case in which the actor revealed giving Quaaludes to women he had sex with. She also said a survivor might not remember every detail of an assault, like how long it lasted or the date, but can remember parts of it like "how someone's tongue felt in their mouth", for example. Read More »

Death Toll In London Apartment Building Fire Rises To 17

London Fire Brigade chief Dany Cotton, who said the fire had been unprecedented in its scale, said urban search units backed by specialist dog teams would slowly make their way through the building as structural surveyors helped make the tower safe. Read More »

Cause of United States student's brain injury in N.Korea still unknown: doctors


Rodman has been visiting North Korea since Tuesday, his latest trip to the isolated state. "These things are tough to process, but he's with us, and we're trying to make him comfortable". TMZ reported on Thursday that Rodman presented North Korean Sports Minister Kim Il Guk with a copy of Trump's 1987 book "The Art of the Deal ". Warmbier said soon after his son was captured, the Obama Administration advised them to lay low and not risk offending the North Korean government. Read More »

Karrueche Tran Gets Her 5-Year Restraining Order Against Chris Brown


The 29-year-old alleged in court that Brown texted her violent threats, such as, "I can get my money back and I'm exhausted of playing games", along with, "B- I will beat the s- out of you" and "I promise you I will make your life hell". News can confirm. While Tran was present for the hearing, Brown did not attend, according to a source. However, the delay did not hurt her case - the judge overseeing her complaint ruled in her favour after she outlined years of alleged physical and verbal ... Read More »

Explosion in front of kindergarten in eastern China kills 7, injures 66


The death toll following an explosion outside a Chinese kindergarten has now risen to 8. At least eight people were killed and 65 injured, including eight seriously, according to Xinhua citing local officials. Kindergartens in China have been targeted before in apparent revenge attacks carried out by people bearing grudges against their neighbours and society. Read More »

Salma Hayek Reveals How She Rejected Donald Trump


Here's how it went down. He said I'm sorry your girlfriend - I saw she was cold. 'Now [Donald Trump is] calling and he's inviting me out and it's just me. "Give me your numbers..." Hayek's recollection of the courting attempt comes some months after she initially revealed she turned the reality-television alum down - after which, she claimed, he planted a tabloid story about her, supposedly giving the reason they didn't date as her being "too short". Read More »

Jury questions posed during Bill Cosby's sex assault trial


The jury seemed to be grappling with the basic framework of the case, sending several notes to the judge asking for large swaths of testimony to be read back to them. Jurors can also return a partial verdict, in which they come to a unanimous verdict on some counts yet deadlock on other counts. The panel has given no indication that it's deadlocked. Read More »

'Bachelor in Paradise' shut down over alleged sex assault


Olympios blacked out and can not remember the incident. " Cast members were given the option at first, a few days ago, on whether they wanted to stay or try to finish out filming - most chose to stay", the source says. " Entertainment Tonight " said that at issue was whether Olympios was too inebriated to have given consent. News said that the show has been suspended " indefinitely " and that numerous contestants have been sent home. Read More »

Netflix shows support for net neutrality and 'open internet'


Many high profile tech and media companies including Amazon , Pornhub , Reddit, Patreon, Vimeo, Kickstarter, Mozilla, and Etsy have voiced their support and/or participating in the protest. So when the network seemed to reverse its ( previously terrible ) stance on net neutrality, they weren't ready to join in any sort of celebration. "We had to carry the water when we were growing up and we were small", he said in May. Read More »

650000 fans at parade cheer Penguins for Stanley Cup win

The city of Pittsburgh has planned a ticker tape parade to honor their back-to-back Stanley Cup champs today starting at 11 a.m. If they're not at PPG Paints Arena, they're watching on TV. Karla and Don Donahue drove 30 miles from Freeport to claim their seats in Point State Park at 2:30 a.m. Fleury was the starter back in 2009 when the Penguins won the Cup, and the team rode the hot streak of Murray last post-season. Read More »

Blimp crashes at US Open

Rickie Fowler raced to the top of the US Open leaderboard with a stunning seven-under which took him two clear of the field at Erin Hills. The pilot had "serious burns and injuries", the Washington County Sheriff's Offce said in a news release . Read More »

Special Counsel Robert Mueller Will Investigate President Trump


The request specifically asked for "copies of all records of notes taken by or communications sent from FBI Director James Comey " regarding those interactions. Comey told Congress last week that he leaked his memos of his conversations Trump to a friend after a tweet by the president suggested he may have taped the conversations. Read More »