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Cosby judge could revisit issue of revealing names of jurors


And the mistrial in his criminal case doesn't necessarily mean he won't be found guilty in the civil cases, according to New York City legal ace Stuart Slotnick. Cosby's depositions in that case, however, were unsealed by a federal judge in 2015, revealing his admissions that he had given sedatives to young women in the 1970s. Read More »

British police release footage showing devastation inside London's Grenfell tower

Posters of people missing are stuck to a lamp post near Grenfell Tower in London , Saturday, June 17, 2017 . The remains of Grenfell Tower stand in London . Residents of the destroyed tower said May was far too slow to visit the stricken community, that the building had been unsafe and that officials have failed to give enough information and support to those who have lost relatives and their homes. Read More »

Cosby jury deadlocked; Judge states deliberations will continue Friday


Bill Cosby has arrived for the fourth day of jury deliberations in his sexual assault trial. The testimony is relevant because Cosby is charged with drugging and molesting Andrea Constand at his home in 2004. This being said, the judge has ordered that the jury continues to deliberate to attempt at working towards a proper verdict for this criminal trial. Read More »

Trump not under investigation in Russian interference in US election, says lawyer

Over on NBC's Meet the Press , Todd asked Sekulow why the president should be "afraid" of an investigation into Russian election-tampering if, in fact, the president is innocent of any collusion. Watch below (starting at 3:00) for the fireworks that ensued. By asking then-FBI Director James Comey for loyalty, President Trump may have been attempting to fundamentally compromise the independence of Comey and of the FBI . Read More »

Congressman Says Media Is 'Complicit' in Rhetoric that Led to Baseball Shooting


Hodgkinson's daily routine was to sit for hours in the YMCA, looking at his laptop, not using the exercise equipment, but sometimes using the sauna, Euille said. Officials also said he had a history of run-ins with the law, including arrests for battery and drunken driving. In 2006, he was arrested on a battery charge after allegedly punching a woman in the face, then striking her boyfriend in the head with the wooden stock of a 12-gauge shotgun before firing a round at the man, according ... Read More »

The Queen releases a statement to the nation


In her official birthday message a day later, the queen addressed the latest tragedy to hit the nation. Members of the emergency services, local residents affected by the fire and volunteers were among those who spoke with the royal visitors at the rest centre. Read More »

Amal and George Clooney welcome twins Ella and Alexander

Amal welcomed a daughter and a son today, with the tots being named Ella and Alexander . News that the couple was expecting children broke in February and made global headlines. "I was very happy that we were going to get married and then (a pregnancy) seemed like the next step", he explained. The Clooneys have spent more than a year extensively renovating their 17th-century manor in Oxfordshire ahead of the twins' birth. Read More »

Brooks Koepka runs away late to win 117th US Open

Fleetwood, who was hoping to follow in the footsteps of 1970 victor Tony Jacklin and 2013 champion Justin Rose, held a share of second place on 11 under par alongside Americans Brooks Koepka and Justin Thomas . "But that's probably one of the coolest things I've ever experienced and to do it on Father's Day, it's pretty neat", Koepka said. "I don't think I even mentioned to my caddie, Ricky, even about winning all week", said Koepka . Read More »

DA rests case against Bill Cosby with quaaludes testimony


While prosecutors have not specifically identified what they believe Cosby gave to Constand, with the evidence presented to the jury, they suggested it could have been quaaludes or Benadryl . Cosby also anxious about the repercussions from public disclosure. "I want to find out what the problem is face-to-face", Cosby said in the transcript read to jurors. Read More »

Emirates Team New Zealand take early control against Oracle Team USA

Because Oracle won the qualifiers, the challenger started the 35th America's Cup match with a negative point. Burling said that will be the team's approach over the next five days. For a few dramatic minutes, it looked like Spithill was going to salvage a split of Saturdays races. Four years ago, the Americans, guided by Australian skipper Jimmy Spithill, pulled off one of the greatest comebacks in sport. Read More »

Theresa May chased away by Grenfell Tower protesters

The government has promised a full public inquiry, but that has done little to a sense of frustration and anger among residents and neighbours who demand answers for how the blaze spread so quickly and trapped so numerous tower's roughly 600 residents. Read More »

Why the Queen will not be at Harry and Meghan's wedding


Will the marriage proposal be made public, or are they already engaged but chose to keep it a secret? The 32-year-old Prince has also given Meghan a £5,000 Cartier Love bracelet which is created to be locked with a screwdriver and rarely taken off and is seen as a sign of commitment. Read More »

NBA Finals --- Kevin Durant 3 brings Warriors 1 game away from title


And unlike the first two games, he finally had help from his co-star, Kyrie Irving , who scored 38 on a number of slithery moves and creative finishes at the rim. Yet even with this improvement the Warriors had an answer to that, the screen. Going in its favor, Cleveland is 5-1 at Quicken Loans Arena in the 2017 postseason and 14-2 it its past 16 playoff games at The Q overall. Read More »

Miley Cyrus Goes Undercover As A Street Performer


She continued: "I'm actually most passionate about what I'm doing with this record than I've been (before). I wonder if you've had this - not about this show", she clarified. The 24-year-old singer-songwriter stated that the album she is working on right now is "the most important album" that she has ever made. Thank God... Read More »

President Trump's Businesses Are Bringing In A Lot Of Money

In the previous year, Trump has made $ 37 million from the Mar-A-Lago club, which has served as his second White House. Mar-a-Lago, where Mr Trump played host to several foreign dignitaries during his seven weekends there this winter, has improved its finances. Read More »

May's big gamble scrambles the UK - again

It is perhaps worth noting that the Scottish Nationalist Party, which seemed emboldened by the hypocrisy of May holding a snap election while denying them a second crack at an independence referendum, did not translate that nationalist rage into votes, and indeed lost seats. Read More »

Vehicle hits multiple pedestrians in north London

Police say one person has been arrested and there are a number of casualties being worked on at the scene. The mosque's leadership has been outspoken in advocating interfaith harmony. The victims were thought to have been taking part in taraweeh - extra prayers at night - in the month of Ramadan. An eyewitness told Reuters that police have sealed off the road. Read More »

Trump Representative Claims He is Not Under Investigation

Boente is serving as the acting head of the Justice Department's national security division. Trump said on Twitter , calling the probe into him a " Witch Hunt ". Attention is focused on the question of obstruction simply because so much of Trump's campaign to deep-six the investigation has been conducted openly, at full volume. Read More »

Beyonce and Jay Z have reportedly welcomed twins


Beyoncé and Jay-Z reportedly welcomed their bundles of joy earlier this week, according to a new USA media report. If the rumors prove to be true, then little Blue Ivy could have both a baby brother and a baby sister - seriously, how fantastic would that be? E! News , citing multiple unidentified sources, reported the birth and that Jay Z and Blue Ivy were seen at a Los Angeles area hospital on Thursday. Read More »

Cuba rejects Donald Trump's 'hostile rhetoric'

United States companies active in Cuba have complained about the threat to business - such as the Starwood hotel chain which past year opened a Sheraton in Havana . The amendment scraps the ability for Americans to pursue independent "people to people" visits, one of 12 categories for US travellers, thereby restricting them to authorized tour groups. Read More »

Trump lawyer denies president is under investigation

The morning missive appeared to refer to Rod Rosenstein , the deputy attorney general. But Sekulow said repeatedly Sunday that "the president has not been and is not under investigation ". And Trump's attitude toward the investigation is getting worse and worse. The appointment was welcomed by both Democrats and Republicans. "You're right, Chris. Read More »

Search for 7 Navy sailors ends after bodies found on ship

The ship sustained a large gash below the waterline, giving crew little time to escape the water flooding in, Vice- Admiral Joseph Aucoin , commander of the United States 7th Fleet, said. The mother of a U.S. Navy sailor who survived a direct hit to his sleeping berth during a collision at sea says her son kept diving back down to try to save his shipmates until the flooded berth began running out of air pockets. Read More »

Beyonce's dad confirms he's a grandad again

Stay tuned in this space for the official confirmation from the queen herself. Jay Z recently sparked rumours Beyoncé had gone into labour when he skipped an appearance at the Songwriters Hall of Fame Awards, where he was due to be inducted by former USA president Barack Obama . Read More »

Navy identifies sailors killed in collision

Navy destroyer came close to sinking after a "traumatic" collision off the coast of Japan, the commander of the Seventh Fleet said Sunday, after the bodies of the missing sailors were found in the berthing compartments of the stricken vessel. Read More »

Bodies of 7 missing United States sailors found

Joseph Aucoin, commander of the U.S. Navy's 7th Fleet. The bodies of USA sailors missing after their destroyer collided with a container ship off Japan were found in flooded sleeping berths on Sunday, a day after the accident tore a huge gash in the warship's side. Read More »