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President Trump tweets push for Muslim travel ban

In another tweet, President Trump said, "we need the travel ban as an extra level of safety". Trump brought his revised travel order, issued in March, to the fore Saturday night, tweeting as news of the United Kingdom attack unfolded that the USA needs to be "smart, vigilant and tough", and that "We need the Travel Ban as an extra level of safety!" "It didn't make any sense the first time, it was painful the second time", he said. Read More »

May: It's time to say enough is enough

The terror attack was the third in Britain since late March following a similar incident on March 22 near Parliament on Westminster Bridge and a bombing at a concert by USA pop singer Ariana Grande in Manchester on May 22. German Interior Minister Thomas de Maiziere confirmed on Sunday that two Germans were hurt in the attack, including one person who was severely injured. Read More »

Manchester concert to go on despite London attack

Grande wrapped up the event with a moving performance of Somewhere Over The Rainbow , which brought her to tears. Mumford & Sons' frontman Marcus Mumford kicked off the One Love Manchester concert with a touching moment of silence at the Old Trafford cricket ground in Manchester, U.K., on Sunday. Read More »

Sailing: New Zealand keeps pressure on Team USA with Japan win

As if it needed any more of a boost, two-time defending champion Oracle Team USA will start the 35th America's Cup match ahead 1-0. New Zealand helmsman Peter Burling said his crew had chosen Ben Ainslie's team because they considered conditions forecast for the coming days would favour them over the British crew. Read More »

Warriors sprint to 2-0 lead in NBA Finals with another rout


James said he blocks out all the crowd noise, even supportive shouts, to focus on the game , especially on the road as his Cavaliers are for the first two games in the best-of-seven championship series. Lue did something smart putting LeBron on Shaun Livingston for a while - allowing him to roam and help on defense around the floor - but he simply can't be everywhere. Read More »

Golf roundup: Daniel Summerhays surges into three-shot lead at the Memorial

Daniel Summerhays , who began the final round with a three-shot lead, began the back nine with two straight bogeys, and he finished with a double bogey for a 78 to tie for 10th. "I'm excited to have another chance here", Kuchar said. He added five birdies to cement his lead. Lowry was going well for most of the round, and at five-under par after nine holes, he looked set to do damage on the inward half. Read More »

Former PSU President will do jail time and house arrest

Spanier, former athletic director Timothy Curley and former Vice President Gary Schultz , who oversaw the university police department, each face up to five years behind bars for a single misdemeanor count of child endangerment but could receive a lesser penalty under the state's sentencing guidelines. Read More »

House Intelligence Committee Sends Subpoenas to Intel Agencies, cites ex-Obama Officials

Among seven subpoenas issued are those seeking information about former National Security advisor Susan Rice, former CIA Director John Brennan, and United Nations Ambassador Samantha Power, the Wall Street Journal reported . Of course, the fact that a subpoena demanding information is issued does not necessarily mean the information exists. Former FBI director James Comey is preparing to testify to Congress as early as next week about his private conversations with President Trump ... Read More »

Comey has not received executive privilege notice from DOJ, source says

Trump's associates colluded with the Russians. Kellyanne Conway raised the prospect that the White House may try to invoke executive privilege over Comey's conversations with Trump . That's not the only obstacle to Trump using privilege to block Comey's testimony. After attempting to have a new director in place before Trump left on his first foreign trip, and appearing to settle on former senator Joe Lieberman, the Justice Department stepped back, an acknowledgement that the search ... Read More »

Orioles top Red Sox, Sanchez makes history

In 2016 the Boston Red Sox ranked top ten in the Major League Baseball with 208 home runs during the regular season. Here's how it all went down. He believed that his problems during the game were entirely a result of missing locations combined with good hitting by the Orioles . Read More »

Defending champ Muguruza, Venus power to French fourth round


After that scare the 13 seed said the crowd had seen her over the line and it was the same story in the third round when Mladenovic recovered from 2-5 down in the third set to beat Shelby Rogers 7-5, 4-6, 8-6. It's thanks to you that I fought for every point. The eighth-seeded Nishikori was leading 7-5, 6-4, 6-7 (4), 0-3 when rain stopped play on Saturday, but was clearly struggling with a wrist injury and had also had treatment on his back as the 21-year-old Chung rallied. Read More »

'One Love': Stars, Fans Flock to Manchester Concert

Ariana Grande returned to the Manchester stage two weeks after a suicide bombing killed 22 victims at her concert in the city, singing upbeat and motivational pop anthems as the audience cheered loudly for the singer. The show is said to have double meaning tonight after obviously the Manchester Islamic terrorist attack and last night's terrorist attack in London last night. Read More »

Virginia beats Dallas Baptist 6-3 in Fort Worth opener


Virginia won 6-3 and will face the Horned Frogs (43-16), seeded sixth nationally, in the winners bracket Sunday night. In Saturday's loss to Virginia and then in Sunday's win over Central Connecticut State, every single run scored has come the way of the long ball. Read More »

U.S. will continue to reduce greenhouse emissions, says Tillerson

Terblanche also cautioned "it is still fairly early days" to assess the impact of Trump's "complex announcement". "I don't believe fighting reality is a good strategy - not for America, not for anybody". Reports suggest Tillerson was one of the advisors who counselled President Donald Trump not to pull Washington from the accord, fearing a blow to United States influence overseas. Read More »

USA states, cities and firms unite behind Paris accord

Some corporations that had supported the Paris agreement were quick to signal that Trump's decision would not change their plans. "And perhaps most important, new coal plants in the United States aren't economically feasible right now, due to lower costs of other forms of energy", Robertson said. Read More »

Notre Dame Graduates Protest Pence's Commencement Speech

One of them displayed an inverted USA flag, a sign of protest popularised during the Vietnam War era, and the words "Are we great again yet?", a reference to President Donald Trump's campaign slogan. Dimaro, told the South Bend Tribune . Ricketts, who served as Notre Dame's student body president from 2015-16 and graduated with a dual-degree in political science and chemical engineering, was one of the walkout leaders. Read More »

Body recovered at Cambria explosion site

At a news conference Thursday evening, Cambria Fire Chief Cody Doucette said a smaller fire occurred in a different part of the facility on Monday. Didion Milling Plant executive Derrick Clark says the worker's body was found June 2 in the rubble of the plant in Cambria. Read More »

Officials say Trump may not try to block Comey's testimony

Comey", she said. The officials spoke on the condition of anonymity because they did not want to be identified discussing a decision that had not been announced. Flynn was ousted on 13 February. We strongly support the immediate establishment of an independent commission to investigate possible coordination between the Trump campaign and Russia's efforts to influence the 2016 election, with findings that could be made public. Read More »

Former Penn State Leaders Sentenced To Prison For Molestation Scandal

Boccabella sentenced Spanier to four to 12 months' confinement, with at least two months served in jail and the rest in home confinement. Said Judge John Boccabella: "These men are good people who made a awful mistake". Penn State has paid out almost a quarter-billion dollars in fines, settlements and other costs associated with the scandal, and the football program suffered heavy NCAA sanctions. Read More »

He and his family are personally trying to ruin my life forever


During a press conference on Friday , Griffin broke down in tears and claimed that Trump has "broke her" and explained that the photo may have ruined her career. " Kathy Griffin's career was over long before she attempted to make a disgusting joke about decapitating the President ", Mr Reed said. Griffin "never imagined" that the mask could be interpreted as a threat of violence, Bloom said. Read More »