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Police identify mother, 2 daughters found dead at OH home

Police say he is suspected in the deaths of the three women found dead Sunday night in a North Royalton home. Allegedly, he had dated the victims' daughter and he was watching the couple's home while they vacationed. She found the three women dead and lying next to each other face down on the same bed. In February of 2000, he plead guilty to forgery, receiving stolen property and theft. Read More »

Interior minister says Paris Notre Dame attacker shouted 'This is for Syria'

In November 2015, 130 people were killed by gun-and-bomb attacks on several Paris locations, including the Bataclan concert hall. The Paris police department tweeted that one officer was wounded. He posted a photo of a body on the ground. A man attacked a policeman with a hammer on Tuesday outside Notre Dame Cathedral, yelling " "it's for Syria" before he was shot and wounded by officers. Read More »

Trump confirms he is under investigation over Comey sacking

Rosenstein wrote a memo last month noting concerns about Comey's handling of the Hillary Clinton email investigation that the White House initially used to justify the removal of the FBI director. The department would not comment on the record on whether Mr Trump, who has repeatedly complained about leaks on the case, requested the statement. Read More »

Eastwood concerned for Stormont talks as Varadkar meets SF and DUP_

The decision to announce a new date for the Speech, two days later than its scheduled date of June 19, was made after Mrs May's regular audience with the Queen on Wednesday. Labour sources said no formal conversations had yet been had with Tory backbenchers, but said there were obvious areas where it was possible that the party could inflict defeat on the government. Read More »

58 presumed dead in Grenfell Tower fire in London: Cops

He added: "We would like the chief executive of the council to make public commitments on what the council is going to do for the victims of this borough, and for all the other buildings in the borough that could stand the same fate at Grenfell Towers ". Read More »

Theresa May's statement after meeting with London fire victims

British health authorities say that 19 patients are still being treated at four London hospitals. Cundy said that because the fire was so powerful there was "a risk that sadly we may not be able to identify everybody". May faced further delays in forming her new government after a failed election gamble when her would-be allies said their agreement would be put back following the blaze. Read More »

Key dates for May as she seeks deal with Northern Ireland's DUP

Her Conservative Party had a comfortable lead in the polls at that time. Trump offered his warm support to May over the just- concluded parliamentary election , it said . Britain's best-selling Sun newspaper said senior members of her party had vowed to get rid of May but would wait at least six months because they were anxious that a leadership contest now could propel Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn into power. Read More »

Feds add president to probe

While the president's aides have sought to sow skepticism about Mueller , whom they interviewed about the possibility of returning to the FBI job the day before he accepted his position as special counsel , few have advocated his termination, reflecting the recognition that Trump's angry reactions to the congressional and FBI investigations now underway are imperiling his presidency. Read More »

US Congressman Scalise Showing Improvement After Being Shot — Lead Surgeon


She said Republican vitriol and caricatures of her had resulted in "calls to my home constantly, threats in front of my family, really predicated on their comments and their paid ads". Glenn Thompson of Pennsylvania opened the morning speeches. After the shooting, Republicans at the practice returned to the U.S. Capitol clad in practice uniforms and described a chaotic scene dodging a hail of bullets. Read More »

Darjeeling unrest: GJM protester killed, Mamata Banerjee says ready for talks

The first incidents of violence were reported from the hills soon after Mamata Banerjee and her Cabinet were about to leave the Raj Bhawan in Darjeeling after their Cabinet meeting there. Baton-wielding policemen were seen chasing away the agitators and bursting teargas shells to break up protests. "We asked them to go back but they started throwing stones, bottles and petrol bombs". Read More »

58 people missing, presumed dead, in Grenfell Tower fire disaster

Mr Murphy said: "Although there are no apartment blocks in Ireland comparable to Grenfell Tower, all householders, regardless of the type of accommodation they live in, are urged to take the basic but most effective fire safety precaution of ensuring that their family's home is protected with working fire alarms". Read More »

London fire death toll rises as 58 are missing, presumed dead

The death toll has risen to 17 and 69 others were injured, with 17 in critical care. Investigators are now trying to establish the cause of the fire and how it spread so quickly through the block. There are a lot of courageous firefighters and police and ambulance workers. Mr Green said the probe will look at whether sprinklers should be retrofitted to tower blocks and the Government will "follow the recommendations of the public inquiry". Read More »

Landslide majority in sight for Macron as French elect parliament

The centre-right Republicans Party and its Union of Democrats and Independents ally would garner 60 to 80 seats and the Socialists of former president Francois Hollande just 22 to 35, according to the poll. Also surprising was the poor performance of Jean Luc Melenchon, the radical left candidate whose La France Insoumise party (France Unbowed) managed to get just a 11 per cent share of the vote, though initial analysis suggested that many of his supporters stayed away. Read More »

Greatest 'witch hunt' in U.S. political history

Nice", Mr Trump wrote on Twitter, later repeating his accusation that the probe is a " witch hunt ". On Thursday Trump derided a " witch hunt " against him, led by some "very bad" people. He cited the recommendation of Attorney General Jeff Sessions, who has recused himself from the Russian Federation inquiry, and his deputy Rosenstein. Read More »

Unidentified persons hurl petrol bomb at CPI(M) office


When he returned a little after six, he smelled smoke and rushed in to find a few broken pieces of a bottle, burnt wick and a portion of the vehicle damaged, said former party MP P.R. "Opposing views should be countered by tolerance and opinions towards constructive politics", he said. DMK Working President and Leader of the Opposition M K Stalin condemned the incident and urged the AIADMK government not to remain a mute spectator to such acts. Read More »

India wary of rejuvenated Pakistan: Kohli

This will be the first time India and Pakistan face-off in a 50-over ICC tournament final. "Let's be under no illusion, India are a fantastic cricket team at the moment". As the playing conditions and umpiring decisions change in cricket, self-confidence is of prime importance for the player. The match started at 2:30pm (PST), 2:00pm (IST) and 10:30 am at local time. Read More »

Donald Trump says he's being investigated over Comey

Why is Mr Trump being investigated? Terming Comey's allegations untrue, Trump later said he was willing to testify under oath but Mueller's reported investigation into the president's actions means that Trump will have to live with the ghost of another probe reaching to the White House . Read More »

Trump admits he's being investigated but, shoots his team's narrative?


Thirty-seven percent of respondents said that they don't believe Trump impeded the investigations, and another 3% said that they didn't know, or else, refrained from answering the question. Trump's young presidency has been battered by allegations - under investigation both by Congress and the FBI - that Russian Federation interfered to sway the 2016 election in his favour, in possible collusion with Trump's campaign team. Read More »

Rodman Returns From 'Really Good' North Korea Trip

He did not do any media interviews, although he did tweet a video he'd made before going to Pyongyang, presenting the trip as an effort to broker peace between the United States and North Korea . Rodman said on CNN . "And, also, we feel that you are an old friend", Kim Il-guk, the sports minister, told Rodman during a photo call attended by global media. Read More »

Downing Street talks fail to finalise DUP-Tory deal

Ahead of the meeting with May, Sinn Fein Stormont leader Michelle O'Neill said that any deal between the Conservatives and the DUP in Westminster can not be allowed to stand in the way of the Good Friday Agreement, which sets out the power-sharing process in Northern Ireland. Read More »

Was the United Kingdom election a rejection of Brexit?

Corbyn and his inner circle produced a version of the 1983 Labour manifesto , promising to tax the rich, hammer the corporates, give power back to the unions, abolish tuition fees and nationalise the utilities. Jeremy Corbyn , his leader's office team, the Labour party staff at headquarters and in the regions, and the thousands of members and supporters who campaigned for us , deserve so much credit. Read More »

Trump Admits to Being Under Investigation in Russia Probe

Trump's digital volley appeared to be trained at Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein , who recommended the firing last month of James Comey-an nearly unprecedented move that could yet imperil Trump's presidency. Special counsel Mueller-a respected former Federal Bureau of Investigation director-was also bringing in legal firepower to investigate whether there was collusion between Trump's team and Russian Federation to fix the 2016 election or an attempted cover-up. Read More »

Puzzle over ship crash which left seven United States soldiers missing


Bryce Benson, were airlifted from the vessel by Japanese military helicopters during the ship's slow 16-hour trip back to Yokosuka Naval Base south of Tokyo. US and Japanese military ships continued to scour the waters near the crash site for sign of the seven missing soldiers. Two other crew members suffered cuts and bruises and were evacuated. Read More »

U.S. soldiers wounded in insider attack in Afghanistan

One Afghan soldier was killed, he said. It is unclear whether the Afghan soldier killed was the attacker. The Afghan military statement said that the rogue soldier had also been killed. A spokesman for the Taliban militant group praised the attack but did not claim responsibility. Camp Shaheen was the site of a major attack by Taliban militants in April, killing more than 130 Afghan Army personnel. Read More »

Qatar standoff seen as pivotal in bid for Persian Gulf clout


Qatar denies the allegations but its ties to Iran and embrace of various Islamist groups have put the country under intense scrutiny. Likewise, Qatar's support to the then regime of Mohammad Morsi of Egypt made sense because it was a legitimate and democratically-elected government which was overthrown in a military coup. Read More »