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UK's Davis to Open Brexit Negotiations With Barnier Monday

The party visited London to hold meetings with ministers and to set up their parliamentary office but the party maintained its traditional refusal to take its seats out of opposition to Westminster's jurisdiction in Northern Ireland and the oath all MPs must make to the Queen. Read More »

Cops: Suspect in 3 deaths may be involved in 2 more killings


Tuesday after about a nine-hour standoff at a home on Valley Forge Drive. The man is suspected in the deaths of the women whose bodies were found Sunday night at a home in nearby North Royalton . To date police have yet to announce what relation Brinkmann had to the murdered woman or how he knew them. The couple was found dead on Monday, police said. Read More »

Rita Ora helps sort donations for London fire victims

Fire swept through a high-rise apartment building in west London early Wednesday, killing an unknown numb. He said the search of the gutted block might take months and some victims might never be identified. and the first engines arrived within six minutes. In Parliament, Mr Corbyn said there are "so many questions" about the disaster, including whether concerns residents had previously raised about the building had been ignored. Read More »

Scalise critical as shooting stokes fears of rhetoric-fueled violence


Flake reported that the gunman was using his teams' dugout as a cover. Scalise was hit, and crawled out of the infield, leaving a trail of blood, colleagues said. The baseball field at Eugene Simpson Stadium Park, is lighted as Federal Bureau of Investigation agents process the scene in Alexandria, Va ., Wednesday, June 14, 2017, after a rifle-wielding attacker opened fire on Republican lawmakers at a congressional ba. Read More »

Britain, EU to begin Brexit negotiations on Monday


He called for Mrs May to "very quickly" start the formal talks and appoint a negotiating team which is "stable, accountable and with a mandate". "She said: "I'm the person who got us into this mess and I'm the one who is going to get us out of it", said one Conservative lawmaker who attended Monday's meeting. Read More »

Donald Trump: Steve Scalise 'in some trouble' after baseball field shooting


Federal Bureau of Investigation agents continue to search for evidence on the baseball field in Alexandria, Va ., Thursday, June 15, 2017, the day after House Majority Whip Steve Scalise of La. The annual congressional baseball game dates back to 1909, and Republicans and Democrats since then have each won an equal number of games - 39. "If he had gotten on the field, we had nowhere to go", Williams said . Read More »

Police launch CRIMINAL investigation into Grenfell Tower inferno

Ms Cotton said that specialist dogs would be brought into search the building. The cause of the blaze at the 24-story high-rise is still under investigation . At one stage, police officers were covering fire teams with riot shields as they tried to tame the blaze. Lammy told the BBC he had yet to hear from family friend Khadjia Saye who lived in the tower, and called the fire "an outrage". Read More »

President Trump Being Investigated by FBI, Denies Allegations on Twitter

A major test on that front will be whether the FBI is willing to release memos from former FBI Director James Comey of his conversations with President Donald Trump , now that they have been provided to Mueller. The Washington Post reported that special counsel Robert Mueller is seeking interviews with three Trump administration officials who were not involved in his campaign. Read More »

Injured Capitol Police officer throws out first pitch in emotional moment


One of the U.S. Capitol Police officers injured while defending members of Congress during a shooting at a baseball field is a gregarious gym-goer and hard worker who adores his mother, his friends say. "It was not out of the ordinary for him to do what he did yesterday, no way", said Priscilla Lewis of Durham, who said she's like a godmother to Bailey. Read More »

PM Narendra Modi condoles demise of former CJI PN Bhagwati


He became a judge of the Gujarat High Court in 1960 and the Chief Justice of Gujarat High Court in 1967. As a champion of PILs, he had ruled there was no need for a person to have any locus standi (the right or capacity to bring an action or to appear in a court) to knock the doors of a court on the issue of fundamental rights. Read More »

Putin offers political asylum to Comey, likens him to Snowden

Like Snowden, Putin mockingly noted that Comey could find a political asylum home in Russian Federation. Speaking two days before the clash, Putin warned the side that " fans and those who love Russian football expect better results from our national team ", who have won just three of their last 15 games. Read More »

Puerto Ricans vote for statehood amid economic turmoil

However, Puerto Rico is now exempt from the federal income tax, and opponents of statehood say beginning to pay it is a non-starter for a place where everything from electricity to basic groceries is more expensive than US cities. If that option wins, the island will pursue the Tennessee Plan , where USA territories send a congressional delegation to Washington. The governor announced that the USA territory overwhelmingly chose statehood on Sunday in a non-binding referendum held amid a ... Read More »

A media firestorm elevates a false narrative of Southern Baptist racism

The resolutions committee asked Tuesday evening for an opportunity to bring such a resolution to the convention Wednesday, and the committee on order of business and messengers approved its request. The Curse of Ham was a predominant theological argument taught in the Southern Baptist Church in the 19th century to justify slavery. "They recognize that white supremacy in this alt-right guise is risky and devilish and we need to say something", Moore said. Read More »

Virginia Democratic and Republican gubernatorial primary election results

Gillespie, a former governor and U.S. Senate candidate, was recognized as the victor by the Associated Press just before 10:30 a race that stayed tight as precincts continued to count ballots. He had been running as more Trump than Trump, making provocative statements and campaigning on the issue of preserving Confederate monuments. Tim Kaine (D-Va.). Read More »

Yuvraj to play 300th ODI

Bangladesh are very confident about their chances in there semi-final and they want to attack Virat Kohli led Team India in the big game on Thursday. From hitting Stuart Broad for six sixes in an over, to being India's Man of the Match in 2011 World Cup, Yuvi has been a crucial player for the Men in Blue in ICC tournaments. Read More »

Scindia says stigma of killing farmers is on Chouhan


The nationwide Rs 52,000 crore loan-waiver announced by the United Progressive Alliance (UPA) in 2008 occupies the bulk of this figure. The authorities however didn't confirm whether indebtedness led to the suicide. Reserve Bank of India governor Urjit Patel had also expressed his displeasure at the spate of loan waiver announcements in different states. More than 1,417 farmers killed themselves in Maharashtra in 2016, according to official figures. Read More »

Trump being investigated on possible obstruction of justice

Trump wrote on Twitter, in a pair of messages that ended with a reference to his campaign slogan "Make America Great Again". Yesterday, Attorney General Jeff Sessions appeared before the Senate Intelligence Committee to clean up after former FBI Director James Comey vengefully detonated some innuendo bombs during his own appearance before the committee the previous week. Read More »

Donald Trump Isn't Just Being Investigated for Collusion with Russian Federation


On Monday, a friend of Trump's, Newsmax CEO Chris Ruddy, claimed that Trump was "considering, perhaps, terminating the special counsel" - an action that would ultimately have to be made by Rosenstein. "With respect to this subject, only the President or his attorneys are authorised to comment". The two officials refused and resigned - sparking the " Saturday Night Massacre " - and the special prosecutor was eventually fired by the solicitor general, Robert Bork. Read More »

Donald Trump says he is victim of a huge witchhunt


Trump said in mid-May the special counsel's probe would show there was "no collusion " between his campaign and a foreign power. Trump and his supporters cast Comey's testimony that he had told the president he was not personally under investigation as vindication. Read More »

How to watch Thursday's Congressional baseball game

Republicans and Democrats alike were shocked and saddened to learn that House Minority Whip Steve Scalise and several others were shot Wednesday morning while practicing for a charity baseball game. "But for now, the members of the congressional baseball team have made the decision to go forward with tonight's game, which will be played for charity". Read More »

First round of Brexit talks to begin on Monday June 19


There is a steady dialogue between the two sides that has never stopped at any point. Her failure to win a majority has put May under pressure over her Brexit plans from inside and outside her party and has prompted complaints about her choice of partner due to the DUP's stance on social issues such as gay marriage. Read More »