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Trump Meets Ukraine's Poroshenko At The White House


Trump did not meet him at the doors of the West Wing as he has done with most other such visitors. The Ukrainian leader did not leave empty-handed. The official said visits are "different every time " and this sort of visit is not a "uniquely Trump thing". But observers in Ukraine stressed on the importance of it coming before expected talks between Mr Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin at a G20 gathering in Germany in July. Read More »

BJP's Ram set to enter Raisina


The RJD supremo left for Ranchi where he has to be present in Ranchi court on fodder scam issue on Thursday. Breaking ranks with the Opposition, the JD-U has made a decision to back NDA nominee Ram Nath Kovind for President of India. Sena, known for its unpredictability, backed the UPA nominee Pranab Mukherjee in the 2012 presidential polls against the NDA's P A Sangma. If Kovind is elected President, he will be the second Dalit leader to reach the post, after former President KR ... Read More »

Trump visit to Britain omitted in Queen Elizabeth II's speech

The omission follows media reports that Trump no longer wants to come because of British public opposition to the visit, after a petition to cancel it received more than 1.8 million signatures. He's accepted that invitation. And we look forward to scheduling that trip. That is because there are concerns within the White House that if Donald Trump came to the United Kingdom, there would be some substantial protests. Read More »

International Yoga Day 2017: PM Narendra Modi speaks in Lucknow


Modi said since the United Nations declared June 21 as the International Day for Yoga, awareness about yoga had been rising the world over leading to creation of a new job market. Haider and his 100 trainers have quietly succeeded in attracting tens of thousands of Pakistanis to yoga, achieving a feat that once seemed near impossible. Read More »

Trump Takes Victory Lap After Georgia: 'We're 5 to 0'

Here are some takeaways as the dust settles on the most expensive House election in history. Ossoff did not campaign as the resistance candidate, though, despite that being projected onto him by the Democratic (and GOP) base. "We're moving in the right direction", she told CNN . What's really important is the broader pattern of how Republican candidates are doing compared to how Trump did in those same districts in 2016. Read More »

What The Democratic Loss in Georgia Means For The Midterms


The commander-in-chief then posted a third tweet , writing "Congratulations to Karen Handel on her big win in Georgia 6th". The president made a veiled reference to the millions of dollars Democrats poured into Ossoff's campaign, adding that "All the Fake News, all the money spent = 0" for the party. Read More »

Queen Elizabeth mum about Trump visit

Despite covering a wide range of policy areas - particularly Brexit - uncertainty about the current government's future has raised questions about Wednesday's announcements. Official Brexit negotiations began in Brussels on Monday. "All the things we expected to be dropped, such as a ban on fox hunting and grammar schools were left out though we can not be sure they won't be brought forward later", he added. Read More »

Grenfell Tower death toll rises to 79 - but FIVE people found alive

Commander Cundy said: "I'm afraid to say there are now 79 people who we believe are dead or missing - and I have to say we presume are dead". Two British ministers said Sunday that the new exterior cladding used in a renovation on Grenfell Tower may have been banned under United Kingdom building regulations. Read More »

White House: Trump To Make Announcement On Comey Tapes This Week


Department of Justice-appointed Special Counsel Robert Mueller is conducting what is generally called a preliminary inquiry into possible obstruction of justice involving President Donald Trump , as it pertains to his broader investigation into Russian meddling in the USA presidential election. Read More »

Thousands stretch and pose for International Yoga Day


The International Day of Yoga aims to raise awareness worldwide of the many benefits of practicing yoga. Yoga events are being held across more than 100 countries this week to mark the third International Yoga Day . "We from our end, creating awareness internationally and taking our Prime Minister's vision to the next level, are introducing free Yoga Packages for worldwide patients who register with us". Read More »

Trump Attorney denies Rumors of Trump under Investigation

A White House official said the senior aide and son-in-law to President Donald Trump will arrive on Wednesday for meetings in Jerusalem and Ramallah. But by Sunday, that report and the narrative that Trump was just a hop, skip, and a jump away from impeachment, fell apart. "The man" the President was referring to is Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosentein, who authored a scathing critique of the fired Federal Bureau of Investigation director's handling of the Clinton email case. Read More »

Queen Elizabeth II outlines government program

The queen will read out the watered-down list of proposed legislation and lawmakers will then spend the next few days debating before bringing it to a vote. May has resisted calls to resign and is hoping for the support of the DUP's 10 MPs to boost her tally of 317 seats in the 650-seat parliament, but a deal has proved elusive so far. Read More »

Belgian Authorities: Brussels Attacker Not Known for Terrorism

The perpetrator of the attack was carrying a suitcase which partly exploded and caught fire before he abandoned it. The attacker then ran down a flight of stairs toward a station employee and a soldier, Van der Sypt said. Originally designed by architect Victor Horta in the Art Nouveau style in 1912, construction was not finished until the 1950s due to World War II. It was evacuated along with the Belgian capital's Grand Place, a major tourist site about 656 feet away. Read More »

Federal Bureau of Investigation to detail findings on Congressional baseball shooting


House Speaker Paul Ryan on Tuesday said that Scalise had been talking and texting following the shooting. His condition has been upgraded to serious. Scalise's surgeon says he can hope to make an "excellent recovery", despite being at risk of death when he arrived at the hospital. The doctor described how a bullet from an assault rifle entered Scalise's hip and traversed his pelvis, shattering blood vessels, bones and internal organs along the way. Read More »

US Supreme Court agrees to hear potentially landmark case on partisan gerrymandering

The Supreme Court has weighed in on the issue of race and congressional district-drawing, most recently last month when it rejected two North Carolina districts, as The Two-Way reported . Republicans can argue that rigging the maps is legal, but anyone who believes in a truly representative democracy knows it is not right. "Wisconsin Republicans have put their own political interests before everything else with their manipulation of the rules on voting to give themselves an unfair ... Read More »

Mosque terror suspect's family 'in shock and devastated'


Groups of people of identifiable religious identity in this month of Ramadan , congregating on a north London street near Finsbury Park mosque . Meanwhile, the imam who protected the man suspected of carrying out the attack near the Finsbury Park mosque said he "did his bit". Read More »

Taliban storm Afghan police compound; 1 police dead

Mujahid says fighters are inside the police compound battling police. Five policemen were killed and nine others were wounded, a government spokesman said. Foreign forces assisting the Afghans have also been targeted. The ISIS took responsibility for an attack on a mosque in Kabul on Thursday. Seven American troops were wounded Saturday in an insider attack by an Afghan soldier at a military base, as the U.S. Read More »

Handel defeats Ossoff in most expensive House race in history


During her victory speech, Handel vowed to represent members of both parties. He said: 'Well, the Special Elections are over and those that want to MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN are 5 and O! In 2009, Democrats not only won four straight special elections to replace departing House Democrats, they also flipped a House seats from a retiring Republican. Read More »

Lions strangled us and will test the All Blacks, says Chiefs coach

There have been plenty of flashes on the tour so far, but it took until last Saturday for it to form into one solid and satisfying performance against very hard opposition. "If I got anywhere near it, it would be unbelievable". On the downside, they did lack any real creativity or game-breaking penetration in the backs, although Nowell's second try was arguably the best of their tour so far. Read More »

Queen to outline UK government plans

But the prime minister insisted there would be a "busy legislative session" with bills geared towards "making a success of Brexit ". Acknowledging that the outcome of this month's snap election fell well short of the emphatic victory she had hoped for, Mrs May said that her minority administration would seek to govern with "humility" to regain voters' trust. Read More »

MI airport evacuated after police officer seen bleeding from neck

He is in stable condition, according to WEYI . A suspect is reportedly in custody. MSP is still asking residents to remain vigilant and report suspicious activity to authorities. All passengers are safe and were evacuated, the airport said on Facebook . Authorities say the police officer injured at a Flint, Michigan , airport is in critical condition. Read More »

Does Trump think Russia hacked the election? Spicer doesn't know


Brooke Singman is a Reporter for Fox News. Over the course of Donald Trump's first six months as president, briefings have become less frequent, shorter and increasingly off-camera. Bustle also reached out to the White House for further comment, but has not received a response. "Oh ok. So using fat shaming to avoid answering questions about increasing opacity". Read More »

House Minority Whip supports proposed travel ban to North Korea

The Hamilton County Coroner's Office in OH confirmed that it received and examined the 22-year-old's body after his death on Monday. Republicans have put pressure on the White House to act over the death of United States uni student Otto Warmbier, saying North Korea murdered him. Read More »