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Terror ringleader tried to hire 7.5-tonne lorry hours before London attack


The Ernesto brand knives are 12 inches long, and were found with tape wrapped around the handles and leather straps attached to them to keep the weapons on the attackers' wrists. He said: "It could be that they had plans to take the attack into a siege situation or it might be that they saw it as protection from being shot themselves", the officer said. Read More »

London Bridge attack: More than 250 witnesses interviewed from 19 countries


Three French people, two Australians, one Canadian, a Spanish man and a Briton were killed in the attack, and nearly 50 wounded. Three people on the bridge were struck and killed by the van, believed to have been driven by Butt, before the men abandoned the vehicle and began to attack people in bars and restaurants in the nearby bustling Borough Market area. Read More »

London Bridge attackers tried to get bigger truck

Haydon provided unusually extensive details of last Saturday's attack, the deadliest in London since suicide bombers killed 52 people on the city's transport network in 2005. Inspector Jim Cole, who was scrambled from his south London police station, said the response was "like something out of a Battle of Britain film" as officers piled into vehicles and raced to the scene. Read More »

Third London attacker named

Reaction to the attack has dominated the final days of campaigning before Thursday's general election, with opposition Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn and others criticizing May for cutting police numbers by roughly 20,000 during her tenure as home secretary. Read More »

Claiming vindication, Trump answers Comey testimony with denials

Later, during a White House Rose Garden press conference with visiting Romanian president Klaus Iohannis, Mr Trump said , "Yesterday showed no collusion, no obstruction". When a reporter asked about Comey, Trump again said he never asked for the Justice Department's Russian Federation probe to be dropped - an act that experts say could constitute an obstruction of justice. Read More »

Ryan Burnett determined to dethrone champion Lee Haskins in Belfast


But in a slightly masochistic way, perhaps that's the way he likes it. "I've trained and fought in England and this is my first time coming home, so I was a bit iffy about how tickets were going to go, what the response would be in Belfast, but thank God, Belfast has come out in force and there's plenty here supporting me, so I'm very grateful for that". Read More »

British voters wake up and ask: Who are the DUP?


Some senior Tories have made the removal of Hill and Timothy a condition for continuing to support May, who has vowed to remain prime minister despite the Conservatives' losing their overall majority in Parliament. The Conservatives and Democratic Unionist Party have reached an outline agreement on a "confidence and supply basis" . "Do your best to avoid a "no deal" as result of "no negotiations". Read More »

Jeremy Corbyn could have been Prime Minister if it wasn't for Scotland

The Telegraph said senior Conservatives including Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson , interior minister Amber Rudd and Brexit minister David Davis were taking soundings over whether to replace her. With May severely weakened and forced to govern as head of a minority government, Britain's position on Brexit has suddenly become much murkier, and it isn't clear the embattled Prime Minister has the political strength, let alone the public backing, to force through her original hard Brexit vision. Read More »

Governor Mead Responds To Paris Climate Agreement


Lamoureux and Robert J. The Mayor of Gillette, Louise Carter-King, agreed that there are two sides to this issue: saying that it may help cut regulation away from the energy industry, but she added that it also deprives the USA of a seat at the table when it comes to global negotiations on fossil fuel emissions. Read More »

United Kingdom election disaster sees PM fight to stay


British politicians, including within May's own party, differ widely on what they want from the Brexit negotiating process. May's aides, Nick Timothy and Fiona Hill, announced on Saturday that they had quit following sustained criticism of the campaign within the party. Read More »

Comey Testimony Raises Questions About Former Attorney General

On anything. Sessions did just that, in Trump's eyes, when he recused himself from the federal Russia probe after it was revealed he had not disclosed two meetings with Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak during the 2016 campaign. On March 22, less than a week after being confirmed by the Senate, Director of National Intelligence Daniel Coats attended a briefing at the White House together with officials from several government agencies. Read More »

United Kingdom general election kicks off: Here are some choicest picks

Corbyn drew large crowds to his events, offering voters a promise to build a fairer society through policies such as raising taxes for the richest 5 percent, scrapping university tuition fees and investing 250 billion pounds ($315 billion) in infrastructure - plans the Conservatives said were uncosted.A source close to the leader told Reuters that while May tried to make the election about Britain's departure from the EU, Labour offered "policies that people overwhelmingly support, ... Read More »

Cavs halt Warriors to stay alive in NBA Finals

Yes, we will find out Friday night, but I don't think the Cavs can stop the Warriors no matter how Steph Curry celebrates. Golden State Warriors forward Kevin Durant (35) argues with Cleveland Cavaliers forward LeBron James (23) during the second half of Game 4 of basketball's NBA Finals in Cleveland , Friday, June 9, 2017. Read More »

Tyson recalls 2.4 million pounds of chicken products


All packaging bears the establishment number "P-276" inside the USDA mark of inspection. They were shipped for institutional use nationwide. According to Tyson, some schools purchased these items, but there have been no confirmed reports of allergy reactions. Read More »

James Comey is a leaker

Trump was publicly silent while Comey testified on Thursday, but tweeted Friday an accusation that Comey - whom Trump fired in May - lied under oath. Trump's comments Friday afternoon came a few hours after he took to Twitter in the early morning to claim "total and complete vindication" in the Comey matter. Read More »

Eritrea rejects cutting ties with Qatar

UAE Foreign Affairs Minister Anwar Gargash told Reuters they will tighten economic curbs on Qatar if necessary. The authorities accuse Iran of backing the protesters and aiming to incite unrest in Shiite-majority Bahrain, a charge Tehran denies. Read More »

Analysts Recommendations Inovio Pharmaceuticals, Inc. (INO)

The stock of Inovio Pharmaceuticals Inc (NASDAQ:INO) has "Buy" rating given on Monday, March 14 by Brean Capital. Finally, Aegis reissued a "buy" rating on shares of Inovio Pharmaceuticals in a research note on Tuesday, March 21st. A number of other research analysts have also issued reports on INO. The current share price indicates that stock is -29.49% away from its one year high and is moving 40.48% ahead of its 52-week low. Read More »

Police find body in Thames River; 8th victim in London Bridge attack

Eight people were killed in the attack, including a Frenchman whose body was found in the river Thames on Tuesday, and 48 people were hospitalised. Police said in a statement: "Detectives were appealing for information about Xavier Thomas , 45, a French national who had not been seen since the night of the terrorist attack on London Bridge ". Read More »

42 workers combine to claim $1M Powerball prize


Powerball tickets can be purchased at any New York Lottery retailer for $2, seven days a week from 4:30 a.m. until terminals close at 3:30 a.m., or 10 p.m. The chance of winning the jackpot is one in 292.2 million. Tickets cost $1 each. Since then the jackpot has risen to $435 million, making it potentially the 11th largest prize in USA lottery history. Read More »

London Bridge victim's body recovered from River Thames


The terrorist ringleader of the London Bridge attacks tried unsuccessfully to hire a 7.5 tonne lorry hours before the atrocity, police have revealed. The Islamic State took responsibility for the attack, though British officials have yet to confirm the militant group's involvement. The arrests came ahead of the general election in which about 46 million eligible voters are expected to cast their ballot to choose between Prime Minister Theresa May and Opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn under ... Read More »

Ruth Davidson seeks gay rights pledge as part of DUP deal

Mrs May confirmed she was pressing ahead with an arrangement with the DUP in a freakish statement on the steps of No 10 yesterday afternoon. Sinn Fein leader Gerry Adams poured scorn on the anticipated confidence and supply deal between the Conservatives and DUP. Read More »