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Trump just revoked an Obama amnesty program for illegal aliens

Yesterday's decision does not affect another, related Obama-era memorandum that created the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program - or DACA - that applies to children who were brought to the US illegally. DACA benefits typically must be renewed every two years, and many young people will require a renewal of benefits by the end of September later this year. Read More »

Theresa May pledges £5M for Grenfell Tower victims

When asked on Thursday about why she did not meet residents or visit a local community centre, May said she wanted to visit the scene of the incident to be briefed by the emergency services. The government said it would do "whatever it takes" to make flats safe. The block, which housed some 600 people in about 120 apartments, is in a low-rent housing estate next to one of the most affluent areas of Britain. Read More »

Nebraska Humane Society offering half-price dogs, $5 cats


A large group of animals was rescued this week from a self-proclaimed animal rescue and sanctuary. "We are glad we can bring these puppies, dogs, and cats to safety". The animals will be available for adoption once they have medical clearance. In total, the group rescued 38 cats and dogs. Donations may be dropped off at the Humane Society of Missouri's Macklind Ave. Read More »

Brexit talks start on Monday 19 June

The first round of formal negotiations on Britain's withdrawal from the European Union will begin on June 19, it has been confirmed. The bureaucratic, orderly nature of the negotiations belies the chaos and confusion that have dominated the Brexit debate in the United Kingdom over the past year. Read More »

Former DOJ contender hits Trump over travel ban tweet


George's Monday tweet was in reaction to Trump's own earlier that morning . The tweet is Conway's first since 2015, and comes just days after he announced that he no longer wanted to be nominated to lead the Justice Department's Civil Division-a key administration job that would have put him in charge of defending the federal government in court against all kinds of legal challenges. Read More »

Protesters storm local town hall over London fire


Metropolitan police commander Stuart Cundy said , "We know that at least 30 people who have died". May has faced criticism for not meeting with survivors during her first visit to the site after the blaze, the wire service reports . Waewa, pointing to the renovation, said she did not expect the building to be in risky condition. Prime Minister Theresa May ordered a public inquiry into the disaster, after coming under pressure as to whether the tragedy could have been prevented. Read More »

Scotland Yard to open criminal inquiry into Grenfell Tower fire

UK Communities Secretary Sajid Javid said there would be immediate action following the early conclusions from an investigative report into the blaze which has left at least 17 people dead. "The government's response should have been pre-incident, not post", said Danny Vance, referring to the concerns over the north Kensington building's safety before the fire. Read More »

United Kingdom finance minister Hammond seeks 'pragmatic' Brexit

Britain's giant banking industry and other business groups see Hammond as their most powerful ally in government and they were anxious when it appeared he might lose his job in the run-up to the election. Hammond is reportedly campaigning within the cabinet for Theresa May to U-turn on her pledge to take the United Kingdom out of the customs union. Read More »

Greek government praises deal with creditors


German officials expressed willingness to consider easing Greece's debt burden through reprogramming the repayment after the present agreement expires next year. They are one step away from gathering at Syntagma Square to celebrate with music and all.But wait, didn't Tsipras himself say that we will not sign if there is no written commitment about medium-term debt relief measures on behalf of creditors? But then he changed his mind. Read More »

Few hundred gather at St. Paul rally for Castile


A jury in the US state of Minnesota has acquitted a police officer who fatally shot a black motorist during a traffic stop, a verdict that brought cries of dismay from the dead man's family and supporters in the courtroom. The top headlines from The march, which appeared to be peaceful, was still taking place as of 9:30 p.m. He was stopped for a broken taillight and told Yanez he was licensed to carry a gun and had one in the auto . Read More »

Death toll in London residential building fire rises to 30


The many residents I met today are very angry too; their concerns about the building were not responded to and their questions were not answered. The residential tower was built in 1974 and had been extensively refurbished in works that were completed previous year. Read More »

Newt Gingrich: 'The President of the United States cannot obstruct justice'


Despite denying the allegations [VIDEO]on an nearly routine basis, the former host of "The Apprentice" is facing daily an onslaught of criticism over the issue at hand. While he repeatedly said it wasn't his place to say whether Trump's actions amounted to an obstruction of justice - an impeachable offense - he said he's "sure" that Mueller would investigate if they did. Read More »

Steve Scalise Still in Critical Condition But Improving, Doctors Say

Capitol Police Officer Crystal Griner also remains at the MedStar Washington hospital after sustaining a gunshot wound to her ankle, but is in "good condition and good spirits" the hospital said. She says that everyone should examine their own conscience. The man calmly asked which party's lawmakers were practicing and Duncan told him they were the Republicans. Read More »

Rep. Steve Scalise remains in critical condition, doctor says

Dr. Jack Sava gave an update on Scalise's condition Friday afternoon and said Scalise was on the brink of death when he got to the hospital by helicopter Wednesday morning. During the game, a special tribute was held for Scalise, who is being treated at Medstar Washington Hospital Center. Many members of the congressional GOP baseball team were huddled in a dugout while Capitol police - who were part of Scalise's security detail - and local Alexandria police engaged in a shootout with ... Read More »

Trump keeps much of Obama's Cuba policy

However, Trump is also expected to maintain diplomatic relations and to continue allowing U.S. airlines and cruise ships to run services to the island. Trump couldn't "care less about Cubans", Rhodes said via Twitter , adding "the few people in Miami enabling Trump in carrying out this charade should be embarrassed" and "held accountable". Read More »

Despite ban, TDP MP Diwakar Reddy flies out to Paris


Raju happened to be in the VVIP lounge of the airport when the incident took place. This March, Shiv Sena MP Ravindra Gaikwad had assaulted an Air India staffer after which he was punished with a two week-long flying ban by private airlines. Read More »

How Trump's Cuba policy could affect your travel plans


U.S. President Donald Trump's plan to roll back his predecessor's opening toward Cuba will spare airlines and cruise operators betting on a new revenue source but the rollback could affect them by weakening demand. He has already pulled the United States out of a major global climate treaty and is trying to scrap his predecessor's landmark healthcare program. On Friday, US President Donald Trump did exactly that by reverting to a sanctions policy in relation to Cuba that failed for 55 ... Read More »

Former DHS secretary to testify in House


Of course, until Mueller actually tells the world the president committed a crime, the Post's reporting based on the accounts of "five people ... speaking on the condition of anonymity because they were not authorized to discuss the matter publicly", is still basically hearsay. Read More »

'Steve Scalise Took A Bullet For All Of Us'

Investigators said in a statement that the Federal Bureau of Investigation has searched the van, which was parked not far from the Alexandria, Virginia, baseball field where Wednesday's shooting took place. Authorities are investigating the incident but have not identified a motive. But on Thursday night, after the Democrats were presented with the trophy, Democratic manager Rep. Read More »

Protesters storm town hall after London fire

The contractors involved in the renovation have said they believe their work was up to code, and the management organization has said it complied with Britain's strict fire safety rules. "When the police came in and that's when the pushing and shoving started and things got out of hand". She left as she announced a £5 million for emergency supplies, food and clothing. Read More »

Trump confirms he is being investigated over Comey firing in tweet

Mr Trump is unlikely to face criminal prosecution as a sitting president, but obstruction of justice could be grounds for impeachment. Mark Corallo, a spokesman for Trump's legal team, denounced the Post report , saying on Wednesday: "The FBI leak of information regarding the president is outrageous, inexcusable and illegal ". Read More »

Fleischmann: Important for baseball game to go on after shooting

Scalise was fielding ground balls at second base Wednesday when he was shot at a practice for the annual Republicans-Democrats baseball game. During the game, a Washington hospital announced that Scalise remained in critical condition. Former columnist at the National Review. "You may disagree about your goals but we're better than that". He is regularly decked out "from head to toe" in team gear, Marshall's representative said. Read More »

In Tweet, Trump Turns On Rod Rosenstein Over Investigation 'Witch Hunt'

The Post had reported that Trump was being investigated for potential obstruction of justice by Robert Mueller , the special counsel looking into Russia's interference in the 2016 presidential election . Mr Trump was strongly critical of some of Mr Comey's testimony but said Mr Comey had vindicated him by saying while he was at the agency, Mr Trump was not the subject of the FBI's Russian Federation probe. Read More »