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Scalise's Shooter Appears to Have Acted Alone, FBI Says


Analysis of Hodgkinson's computer shows Google searches for truck stops, maps, and toll-free routes in the northern Virginia area. Prior to his trip, local police went to his house in response to complaints he was conducting target practice there but concluded he wasn't breaking the law. Read More »

Canadian elite special forces sniper makes record-breaking kill shot in Iraq


The previous record was held by United Kingdom's Craig Harrison when he killed two Taliban insurgents in November 2009. But Mulcair was in no mood to celebrate the achievement that has made headlines around the world. The.50-calibre rifle is known in the Canadian armed forces as the C15 Long Range Sniper Weapon and was responsible for multiple record-breaking shots during Operation Anaconda in Afghanistan in 2002. Read More »

India score 281/3 in 50 overs against England


The match will start at 1430 hours Pakistan Standard Time . It's going to be one of the most visible World Cups. "We've got to make the most of a home World Cup", she was quoted as saying by the ICC's official website. Looking at the pre-cricket era and counting on the women's World Cup , England have hosted the World Cup twice and won two - in the year 1973 and 1993. Read More »

Israel considers increasing security at Damascus Gate after deadly attack


Ramallah- Each of the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine PFLP, Hamas and terror group ISIS have claimed involvement in the attack staged by three young Palestinian nationals in Jerusalem which killed a police officer . "The attack in Jerusalem is new proof that the Palestinian people continue their revolution against the occupiers and that the intifada will continue until complete freedom is achieved", the statement read. Read More »

Russian navy launches missile strikes at ISIS targets In Syria

After a Navy F-18 shot down a Syrian SU-22 on June 18 for attacking USA -backed rebels, Russian Federation declared that it was done coordinating its military's moves in Syria with us forces. "The Cailber missiles were fired from the frigates ". The most recent such strikes from ships and submarines were announced by the ministry on May 31, aimed at targets around Palmyra. Read More »

Donald Trump Blames Obama For Russian Election Hacks


But Congressional investigators also found that in IL, 90,000 voter records were stolen by Russian hackers - 90 percent of them included driver's license numbers, with a quarter containing the last four digits of voters' social security numbers. Read More »

Russians hit the bar as beer ban lifted for Confed Cup


The Red Bulls beat NYCFC 1-0 on June 14 in the fourth round of the Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup, so the focus of both teams for this latest match has been easy to retain over the past 10 days. to advance, it needed to overcome a six-goal gap in differential while beating Egypt and needing Brazil to top Italy, and that's the exact scenario that played out. Read More »

South Korea Tests Missile Capable of Striking Any Part of the North

North Korea has accelerated the pace of nuclear tests and missile launches in its pursuit of a nuclear-tipped ICBM that could strike as far as the US mainland. Moon watched the test during a visit to the Agency for Defense Development's facility in Taean County, along South Korea's western coast in Chungcheongnam-do province. Read More »

Texas mom charged in deaths of 2 children found in hot car


She told the Parker County police she had wanted to teach her daughter a lesson for disobeying her. Both kids were pronounced dead shortly after 4:30 p.m. The Tarrant County medical examiner's website identified the children as Juliet and Cavanaugh Ramirez. During multiple interviews, however, Randolph's account of what happened kept changing, officials said. Read More »

North Korea accuses US of 'smear campaign' over student's death

In North Korea's first public comment on Warmbier's death, a spokesman for North Korea's foreign ministry said claims that Warmbier was beaten and tortured in captivity were "groundless". US President Donald Trump called the situation a "disgrace". After his trial, North Korea told the United States that he had come down with a case of botulism and was given a sleeping pill, which he never woke up from. Read More »

USA lays down gauntlet to China on N. Korea regime

North Korea claimed Friday that it doesn't know why American college student Otto Warmbier's health was so poor that after months of imprisonment he ended up dying - and said it even revived him after his "heart was almost stopped". It rebuffed "groundless public opinion now circulating in the USA that he died of torture and beating during his reform through labor". "Our related institutions are treating criminals who committed crimes against (our) republic strictly based on domestic law ... Read More »

Mattis blames Congress for lack of military readiness


The White House has already given the Pentagon more power to carry out strikes in Yemen and Somalia. Lawmakers, including the chairman of the committee, Republican Sen. Mattis said that despite 16 years of fighting in the middle eastern country, the U.S./Afghan coalition forces have arrived at little more than a "stalemate". Read More »

China defends North Korea efforts in response to Trump tweet

US President Donald Trump has repeatedly slammed North Korea over its treatment of Warmbier , who died within days of returning to the United States . A Chinese foreign ministry spokesman said China did not exert "so-called economic or diplomatic pressure" in its interactions with other countries. Read More »

Senate conservatives try to gain leverage over health care overhaul

Senate Republicans' new health bill cuts taxes by almost $1 trillion over the next decade, mostly for corporations and the richest families in America. Colorado could lose $15 billion over the next decade if the Senate health care bill becomes law. Trump campaigned on the promise to fight for working Americans and provide a tax cut for the middle class. Read More »

American Airlines says Qatar Airways interested in buying 10 percent stake

The world's best airline award for 2017 went to Qatar Airways , which took the title from fellow Middle Eastern carrier Emirates . Over the last couple of years, American , United and Delta have been pushing regulators stop Persian Gulf Carriers from expanding into the USA, arguing the gulf carriers are illegally subsidized by the governments where they are based. Read More »

President Trump's Income From Mar-a-Lago Is Way Up


Also, the income ascertained at his luxury Washington hotel through mid-April is United States dollars 19.7 million. His earnings from television shows such as "The Apprentice" was down to $1.1 million, as compared to $6 million, the previous year. Read More »

Britain, EU clash over Brexit proposals on citizens' rights

UK Prime Minister Theresa May promised European Union citizens now living in Britain they could stay after Brexit but started a dispute with Brussels over the role of Europe's top court. And their response, once May explained her proposal, ranged from "a good start" by Germany's Angela Merkel to "not sufficient" and "vague", lacking clarity and detail. Read More »

Another leadership test for Pelosi


While Pelosi did prevail with more than double Ryan's vote share, she also lost almost a third of her caucus in the process. "This is not about me", Rice said. Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich also spoke of the potent tool Pelosi is for Republicans to use against Congressional Democrats. Pelosi:"I'm worth the trouble". Read More »