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Yup, Even the Australian Prime Minister Is Making Fun of Trump Now


Turnbull even made fun of Trump's ongoing troubles with allegations of Russian involvement in the 2016 United States election. He added, "They are so easy to win". That was not the case when Turnbull became one of the first foreign leaders Trump spoke to after taking office on January 20. Turnbull is rarely critical of Trump in public and says they share a bond as wealthy businessmen who entered politics late in life. Read More »

US, Japan search for 7 Navy sailors


The merchant vessel with which the Fitzgerald collided is the ACX Crystal, a container ship flagged in the Philippines, officials said. That could account for the missing sailors, who may have been on deck on watch or even just relaxing in the night air, he said. Read More »

Letter to the editor: Health bill fairness

And Republicans have been making substantial progress. A number of ACA taxes may be retained, depending on how provisions are scored by the Congressional Budget Office , which provides a nonpartisan analysis of the legislation's costs and coverage. Read More »

Labour Is Building Towards A Historic Majority - And Corbyn Showed Us How

The hung Parliament , the outcome of last week's election, is better explained by voters aged 18-24 years, whose shift to Jeremy Corbyn's campaign shored up his votes 51 points more than the national average. "Over the decades I have seen the change in our country - brought about by both Conservative and Labour governments - some of it very positive and some of it having a lasting, detrimental impact (like Public Private Finance or unrestrained migration)". Read More »

Grenfell Tower fire: 2 young sisters located at hospital by loved ones


Ms Hamdan, Mr Belkadi and their six-month-old daughter are still unaccounted for, according to Farah's father, Rkia. "We have had no help from the police, we understand that they're busy but they've got casualties in the hospitals". One of them remains in a coma. Mr Chaoui said they were given nearly no information about where the two children who have been found were, until a health worker at one hospital they went to took pity on them. Read More »

Faced with mounting criticism, British PM visits London fire victims


Firefighters continued to pick their way through the burnt-out wreckage of the building Friday. Some later left the red-brick building near Kensington High Street, a luxury shopping district, but around 30 remained inside in a tense standoff with about 30 police officers and a dozen security guards. Read More »

US Navy sailors missing after collision off Izu coast


The Fitzgerald, an Arleigh Burke-class guided missile destroyer commissioned in 1995, is based in Yokosuka, according to the Navy. Seven sailors are missing and five others were injured after the U.S. NHK said that an association of commercial ship captains is calling for the creation of east-west lanes in the area to avoid collisions. Bryce Benson, who was reported to be in stable condition, the Navy said. Read More »

Deputy AG might recuse himself from Russian Federation probe

Friday's tweets are the latest in a week of angry social media responses by the president over a report by The Washington Post that Mueller was looking into whether Trump obstructed justice. That had not happened as of Friday afternoon, but the possibility remains. Mueller also has expansive powers to investigate any matters that develop from his initial investigation . Read More »

U.S. investigators seek Trump-Comey conservation memos


Even if he had, it would only be obstruction if he had corrupt intent, for which there is no evidence. On Sunday, Trump questioned whether Comey's leaks were "totally illegal" and slammed the ex-FBI chief over acting "cowardly". The committee also sent a letter to Comey asking for any notes or memos in his possession about the discussions he had with Trump before being abruptly fired last month. Read More »

London inferno toll now 30, set to rise even further


Downing Street announced a £5 million fund for emergency supplies, food and clothing for victims amid fears the death toll will rise, with more than 70 people in total still believed to be unaccounted for. In late-2014, more than 400 residents were forced to flee for their lives in the middle of the night as the Lacrosse building, in Melbourne's Docklands precinct, caught fire. Read More »

Ruddy: Trump's Considering Whether to Fire Mueller

Some of Trump's allies now claim the results Mueller comes up with in the Russian Federation investigation will be tainted and biased due to Mueller's relationship with Comey and Mueller's hiring of several attorneys to help him with the investigation that the Trump boosters deem to be partisan. Read More »

Deputy AG Rosenstein: 'Be skeptical' of anonymous sources


The Washington Post reported Wednesday that Mueller's investigation had extended to include whether Trump committed obstruction of justice after Comey testified that the president had asked him to drop an investigation into Michael Flynn, his former national security adviser. Read More »

Deputy AG might recuse himself from Russia probe


The President began his day by saying there was "zero proof" of any links between Russian Federation and members of his campaign. Even though Trump was told by former FBI Director James Comey earlier this year that he was not personally under investigation, officials tell the Post that changed shortly after Comey's firing . Read More »

Investigators piece together last movements of baseball practice shooter


Dr. Jack Sava , the director of trauma at MedStar Washington Hospital Center , updated his status on Friday afternoon, touting Scalise's improved outlook days after his arrival and 'imminent risk of death'. The hospital said he would require additional operations and said he remained in critical condition as of Wednesday evening. Rep. Mo Brooks, R-Ala., who was at the baseball practice when the shooting happened, told CNN that after Scalise was shot he was "dragging his body" to ... Read More »

Deputy AG: 'Americans should be skeptical about anonymous allegations'


The special counsel appointed to investigate Russian influence in the 2016 presidential campaign is now examining whether President Donald Trump tried to obstruct justice, The Washington Post reported Wednesday evening. Only a quarter of Republicans feel Trump meddled in the probe. Trump's lawyers made similar comments Wednesday. Though some in the White House have preached caution, fearing a repeat of the firestorm over Mr Comey's sacking, many in Mr Trump's orbit, including his son ... Read More »

Rosenstein must recuse himself from involvement in Mueller probe

Brand was sworn in as associate attorney general on May 22. She's a horse of a different color from career prosecutors such as Rosenstein, Comey and Mueller. And if Rosenstein and Brand were both out of the picture, responsibility for the investigation would fall to Dana Boente, the acting head of the department's national security division and the current US attorney for the Eastern District of Virginia. Read More »

The top 3 miss US Open cut, Fowler lurking

Casey has recorded three consecutive top-six finishes in the Masters, but has just one top-10 in the US Open in 13 attempts, which came a decade ago at Oakmont. It was wonderful to see that there was, I felt, no knee-jerk reaction to yesterday's scores. "And unfortunately, this didn't pan out". After an opening-round 74, World No 4 Hideki Matsuyama looked ready to join the parade of top-ranked players to the exit. Read More »

UPS gunman filed overtime grievances prior to shooting

ET) at the UPS San Francisco Customer Center, a couple of blocks east of Franklin Square. Chan leaves behind a wife and two children. Authorities are waiting to release all the victims' identities until they are confirmed by the medical examiner and families have been notified. Read More »

Lawmakers criticize Trump's tweets about Russian Federation investigation


Yet Trump's angry tweets on Friday underscored the near-impossible challenge his advisers and legal team have in trying to get him to avoid weighing in on an active probe. 3 Justice Department official on a 52-46 vote in the Senate on May 18, with Democrats lining up against her. Under federal rules, Trump can't fire Mueller. Read More »

Trump says Scalise remains 'in some trouble' after shooting

The U.S. Capitol Police officer, who jumped into the line of fire Wednesday to save our elected representatives, walked onto the field in crutches. President Donald Trump did not attend but in a video address shown on the stadium's giant screen praised the friendly nature of the game. Read More »

Congressional Baseball Game raising money for Capitol Police fund

Mr Richmond, who plays for the Democratic team, said he had visited the hospital twice and planned to go again before Thursday night's game at Nationals Park. If Scalise did not suffer nerve damage and his recovery continues without any complications, "it is possible that within three months or so, he can.be back on his feet", said Dr. Read More »