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Cindy's remnants: Street flooding from South to Midwest


Memphis Light Gas and Water said 10,000 were without power yesterday morning, according to Associated Press reports. The Tennessee Emergency Management Agency is staffing its operations centre in Nashville on Friday and Saturday to co-ordinate any requests for assistance. Read More »

Delhi University announces first cut-off list


The Philosophy (H) course, on the other hand, has risen to 85 from 83 in the first cutoff list, released on Friday evening. Students who have applied can now check first list, go for document verification and get approval of admission. and 92.25% for BA Economics. Maharaja Agrasen has also published first cut off. SRCC is one of the reputed and top ranked commerce colleges in the country and for the last couple of years the college has been in lime light for setting unusually high cut-off of ... Read More »

Real Madrid star to remain at the Bernabeu

Cristiano Ronaldo is yet to discuss his future with Real Madrid in an attempt to fully focus on helping guide Portugal to another major worldwide title. I will always defend Cristiano as a person and as a footballer. And Ronaldo is accused of evading tax of 14.7m euros (£13m) from 2011 to 2014. I'm sure that Cristiano meets all his tax requirements; it must be a confusion that will be cleared up. Read More »

Sketches of White House press briefing released

The news organization wanted to send an artist to sketch the scene so that the public could get a sense of what the room looked like during the briefing, due to the fact that there has been no live audio or video allowed at many recent briefings. Read More »

Michigan sports doctor to stand trial on sex assault charges


Nassar, who served as USA Gymnastics' team doctor for almost two decades, faces 12 first-degree criminal sexual conduct charges in addition to federal charges for the possession and distribution of child pornography. During court testimony last month, Denhollander testified that on several occasions Nassar subjected her to "uncomfortable and degrading" situations when she sought treatment for chronic wrist and back issues. Read More »

North Korea rebuttal: Otto Warmbier's death 'a mystery'


His family accused North Korea of "awful torturous treatment", while US President Donald Trump described Mr Warmbier as the "latest victim" of North Korean brutality . As the rogue regime repeatedly threatened the USA and its regional allies, testing missiles at least nine times since Trump's election, the administration looked to China to help. Read More »

Otto Warmbier funeral: 2500 celebrate life of North Korea detainee

The authoritarian communist regime released the 22-year-old last week for what it described as humanitarian reasons and he died on Monday in a U.S. hospital. Earlier in the week, after announcing Mr Warmbier's death , President Trump said he was determined to "prevent such tragedies from befalling innocent people at the hands of regimes that do not respect the rule of law or basic human decency". Read More »

Mali: Suspected terrorists attack tourist camp in Bamako

A Malian soldier and another Malian national who worked for the European Union mission were also among the victims, along with a dual French-Gabonese citizen whose name has not been released. The landlocked west African country has been fighting a jihadist insurgency for several years, with Islamist fighters roaming the north and centre of Mali. Read More »

Trump adviser who advocated violence visits White House

When asked if she would fill in as press secretary when Sean Spicer moves to the communications director position, Ms. Sanders said to Fox News, "Look we all serve at the pleasure of the president", adding, "Right now, I'm trying to be the very best I can in the job I have". Read More »

Seven US soldiers wounded in insider attack at Afghan base


The Taliban claimed responsibility for the attack. It took Afghan security forces most of the day to kill the last gunmen, who had barricaded themselves in a kitchen in the compound, according to police. There was no earlier indication of his intent. Two policemen were also killed. According to NATO's Resolute Support website, the June 17 attack took place at Camp Shaheen, the headquarters of the Afghan Army's 209th corps. Read More »

Two more arrested for fight outside Turkish Embassy in DC


Things became messy when the security detail and a few Erdogan supporters attacked the protesters. HARI SREENIVASAN: The demonstrators had gathered at a park shortly after Turkey's president, Recep Tayyip Erdogan , met with President Trump at the White House. Read More »

Toilet charity gets Indian village to take on Trump name


The first face-to-face meeting between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and US President Donald Trump will give them an opportunity to look at the entire gamut of Indo-US engagement and to exchange views on issues of global interest, India's envoy here has said. Read More »

Mueller and Comey not as close as Trump and others suggest

When George W Bush was president, Mueller and Comey worked together - Mueller as Federal Bureau of Investigation director and Comey as deputy attorney general. Trump's declaration now that there are no recordings appears to settle a key dynamic in that investigation: It's now the president's word against Comey's notes. Read More »

Another North Korean defects to the South

Upon their arrival at Seoul's Gimpo International Airport, South Korean children wearing taekwondo uniforms draped bouquets of flowers around the neck of Chang and other North Koreans amid a barrage of camera flashes. On June 18, again citing the JCS, reports indicated that a North Korean man had crossed a narrow stretch of river west of Seoul in order to defect. Read More »

GOP senator is latest to oppose health bill

Remember, ObamaCare is dead. Iowa health care officials were in Washington, D.C., urging the state's two Republican senators to vote against their party's health care legislation that would effectively overhaul the Affordable Care Act, colloquially known as "Obamacare". Read More »

Karen Handel wins runoff for seat in United States House of Representatives


Pelosi's most vocal Democratic critics in recent days consist mainly of members who opposed her bid last year for an eighth two-year term as the party leader in the House. "The president's numbers are in the thirties and our base is energized", she wrote. "I love the arena, I thrive on competition, and I welcome the discussion". Read More »

To make it clear, we are the biggest victim of this incident

North Korea reportedly told a US official that Warmbier contracted botulism and slipped intothe coma after taking a sleeping pill - they claimed to have released the student on "humanitarian grounds". thoroughly in accordance with domestic laws and worldwide standards and Warmbier was not an exception". But Rodman's agent told ABC News said he asked for Warmbier's release on behalf of the former athlete three times before the trip. Read More »

Georgia's first republican woman elected to Congress

It's not just Ossoff's loss , as well as the loss in three other special election House races since the election , that has Democrats looking for a leadership change. Pelosi's long period at the House Democrat helm has also made her a subject of GOP attack ads aimed at galvanizing Republican voters. The Georgia victory was an important win for the Republican party, following Mr Ossoff's better-than-expected performance in the first-round election last month, but has left ... Read More »

What to watch for in Virginia's primary election

If it can not make inroads into populous suburban counties with more moderates and college-educated voters, statewide races become unwinnable for Republicans . It remains to be seen if the results will clear that margin. That level of enthusiasm bodes well for the Democrats in Virginia to hold on to the governorship. Read More »

Fifth GOP Senator says he won't back AHCA

Sens. Dean Heller of Nevada, facing a competitive 2018 re-election battle, Rob Portman of OH and Shelley Moore Capito of West Virginia expressed concerns about the bill's cuts to Medicaid and drug addiction efforts. A handful of Senate Republicans are meeting in secret to craft a bill to replace the Affordable Care Act. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said he aims to hold a vote on the plan before the lawmakers break at the end of next week for the long July 4th recess. Read More »

London evacuates 800 residents to avert another Grenfell

But Ms Gould later told Sky: "We think at the moment it's about 800 (households) but it's an emerging picture". The buildings evacuated Friday are all part of government-run, low-priced public housing developments, as was the one that burned last week. Read More »

North Korea Officially Denies Torturing Otto Warmbier

President Donald Trump has slammed the treatment of 22-year-old American Otto Warmbier , who spent more than a year in detention in the secretive state, as "a total disgrace". "I was just so happy to see the kid released", Rodman said about the day he heard Warmbier was being released in an interview on Good Morning America . Read More »

USAF Shoots Iranian-Made Drone Out of the Sky


US officials said it remained uncertain as to who was operating the drones - Whether it was Shiite militia fighters, Syrian officers or Iranian advisers. This incident took place on Sunday, near the city of Raqqa . "We do not seek conflict with any party in Syria other than ISIS , but we will not hesitate to defend ourselves or our partners if threatened", Pentagon spokesperson Capt. Read More »