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Trump advisers question Mueller's impartiality in Russian probe


The White House said Trump's push is aimed at ensuring workers have the training they need for particular jobs that employers say they can't fill at a time of historically low unemployment. Just weeks ago, Gingrich had heaped praise on Mueller, hailing him as a "superb choice" for special counsel whose reputation was "impeccable for honesty and integrity". Read More »

GST Council meet on June 18 to decide on rules


It is higher in case of cement. Input Tax Credit of the above taxes is not now allowed for payment of service tax . The present tax rates on these products levied by the Centre and states are higher than the GST rates, which would result in the drop in prices. Read More »

Arrests in Altercation Outside Turkish Ambassador's Residence in DC

According to Hamparian, the move to condemn the decision to charge the members of the security detail is an attack on American values. Erdogan said the protesters were members of an outlawed armed Kurdish group and the U.S. Nauert confirmed the ambassador's trip to the Turkish ministry but declined to say what they discussed. In one clip, the suit-clad guards can be seen repeatedly kicking a woman as she lay on a sidewalk. Read More »

The Ruth Davidson delusion

Ms Sturgeon described the Tories as a "shower of charlatans" who risk making the United Kingdom a "laughing stock internationally", and said it is a "dereliction of duty" for the Scottish Tory leader not to focus on the beginning of the Brexit negotiations next week. Read More »

Kamala Harris has the mic now, so everybody needs to sit down

Harris: Is that policy in writing somewhere? While Sessions evaded answering most questions, Harris persisted and even interrupted any responses that she ascertained were not direct answers. "I don't recall" may have been the most repeated phrase on Capitol Hill yesterday, as U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions testified in front of the Senate Intelligence Committee. Read More »

Trump Is Now Under Investigation for Obstruction of Justice

The special counsel investigating Russia's interference in the 2016 election plans to interview two top USA intelligence officials about whether President Donald Trump sought their help to get the Federal Bureau of Investigation to back off a related probe of former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn , according to three people familiar with the inquiry. Read More »

DUP deputy leader says no deadline for talks with Conservatives


The Conservatives are considering an arrangement in which the Northern Ireland party backs May on the budget and her confidence motions and the DUP stands to make huge gains from the deal. Also, former Prime Minister David Cameron said May needed to listen to rival political parties, and that there would be pressure for a softer Brexit . Read More »

Portugal hoping Ronaldo can continue his good form in Russia


Nevertheless, the four-time World Cup winners remain the favorites to win the tournament and are the clear favorites to top Group B . dabblebet price Low's men at 10/11 (1.91 ) to top the group, and there is no doubt that there in plenty of quality in the group despite their lack of experience. Read More »

Govt set to announce three month gun amnesty


The amnesty will allow owners of illegal weapons to hand them in with "no questions asked, no repercussions", reports Efe news. In announcing the new amnesty - which will run for three months from July 1 - Justice Minister Michael Keenan said it was an attempt to stop unsafe weapons falling into "the wrong hands". Read More »

Midler ignores exit music during Tony Awards speech

They were given out at Radio City Music Hall in New York City. Spacey did a great job explaining why he was host (using riffs on the nominated musicals to make his point), but he was playing to a home crowd. "I want to get the hell out of here before Bette Midler thanks anyone else", he quipped. Rebecca Taichman was a surprise upset in the best director category, which she won for the show " Indecent ". Read More »

I promise to serve, says Ireland's youngest Taoiseach


Mr Eastwood said: "On behalf of myself and my party, I wish to extend warm congratulations to the new Taoiseach Leo Varadkar ". "The government I lead will be one of the new European centre as we seek to build a republic of opportunity". Read More »

US Senate passes new Russian Federation sanctions

Senators from both major parties charged that such cuts would ultimately hurt America. "By codifying existing sanctions and requiring Congressional review of any decision to weaken or lift them, we are ensuring that the United States continues to punish President Putin for his reckless and destabilizing actions". Read More »

Theresa May to meet Sinn Féin in Downing Street over DUP deal


In a meeting lasting around 90 minutes, the Prime Minister updated her top team on the on-going discussions with the Unionists to secure an agreement propping up the Tory minority government. "There's a lot of anxiety", Sinn Fein MP Michelle Gildernew told Agence France-Presse. Peace in Northern Ireland , where a seemingly intractable conflict raged for three decades, is one of the few genuine achievements of any British governments in modern times. Read More »

Furious Londoners gather around Grenfell Tower ahead of Sadiq Khan visit


The Mayor replied: "The bad news is I'm afraid, lots of people died in this fire, there were very courageous firefighters and police and ambulance workers". Speaking to the cameras, he praised the local community spirit, to which one woman shouted: "We can't say the same for the authorities". Not in a year from now. Read More »

Warriors, Durant storm to finals win

Kerr joked after the game, "Actually we had very little talent, it was mostly coaching". Durant was named the Most Valuable Player of the NBA Finals yesterday morning (Singapore time ), after claiming an elusive NBA championship over the Cleveland Cavaliers . Read More »

North Korea Demands Women 'Abducted' by South Korea Are Sent Back

Guess what fancy camera technology North Korea uses for its spy drone program? The North has carried out five missile tests since the Moon Jae-in administration came into office on May 10. Seoul is closely watching how these separate channels are working now, the official said. "The Government will seek the ways to restore inter-Korean relations and resume a dialogue... Read More »

Trump Confidant: Ruddy Hurt Trump's Ability To Fire Mueller


It quoted five people briefed on the requests and said those who have agreed to be interviewed are Daniel Coats, the director of national intelligence, Admiral Mike Rogers, head of the National Security Agency, and his recently departed deputy, Richard Ledgett. Read More »

Pence offers prayers for Scalise, praise for police officers

Meanwhile, the condition of a critically wounded lobbyist for Tyson Foods had improved from critical to serious as of Thursday afternoon, according to the hospital treating him. Major League Baseball Commissioner Robert D. Manfred, Jr., offered his thoughts and prayers after the shooting and endorsed the decision to play ball. Read More »

Brighton terror victim named as Kai Hao by Malcolm Turnbull

Police are pictured outside the Buckingham Serviced Apartments in Brighton in Melbourne , Australia, June 6, 2017 after police on Monday shot dead Yacqub Khayre after he held a woman hostage. He noted Islamic State had a track record of claiming responsibility for attacks "at the drop of a hat". Australia's Prime Minister yesterday vowed to change state laws so that risky criminals are not released from prison early on parole, following a deadly siege by a paroled gunman that the ... Read More »

More surgery expected for Scalise; Trump visits hospital


However, Collins said while it is "extraordinarily safe" within the walls of the Capital compound, it's more unsafe when they are out and about in their own districts. U.S. Rep. Mo Brooks says he'll be starting in the outfield during tonight's congressional charity baseball game, a day after a gunman opened fire on him and others as they practiced. Read More »