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Manchester bombing: Trump orders leak investigation as Brits halt intelligence sharing

Waddy went on to tell the Sky News reporter that she didn't think security took her seriously because of how they treated her daughter after she also got up and complained about the woman. The pictures were apparently taken by police investigators and, according to British government ministry sources , leaked by United States counterparts they had been shared with. Read More »

Biden to stump for gubernatorial candidate Murphy


Biden directly referred to Trump only once as "your president". "The American people will not sustain this attitude for long - I promise you", said Biden. On Saturday, Biden emphasized the importance of treating each other with dignity and respect. "Living in your screens encourages shallow and antiseptic relationships that make it too easy to reduce the other to stereotypes". Read More »

Advertisers Bow to Activist Left, Begin Pulling Ads from Hannity


Seven companies, including, USAA , and Crown Plaza Hotels all announced they were canceling their ad buys yesterday. Through his Fox show and social media platforms, Hannity has pushed theory that Seth Rich , a DNC staffer who was murdered last summer, was the source of the emails released by Wikileaks . Read More »

Republican candidate charged with assault on reporter wins special Montana election

Gianforte's campaign issued a statement Wednesday blaming the incident on Jacobs. Banville said Yellowstone and Cascade counties - both of which Quist lost to Gianforte - matter the most. But on Thursday night, Gianforte apologized both to Jacobs and to the Fox News crew for having to witness the attack. Then, on the eve of the election, interest intensified after the Republican candidate, Greg Gianforte , became angry at a reporter and slammed him to the ground, punching and yelling at ... Read More »

Senate Republicans Moving Ahead With Pre-Existing Condition Waivers Despite Damning CBO Score


According to the non-partisan Congressional Budget Office's final assessment of the House's health care bill Wednesday, 23 million people would lose their insurance under the current version of the American Health Care Act . Meadows, whose caucus had been instrumental in shaping the Obamacare replacement bill, signaled that he was open to adding more funding to the health care proposal in order to protect Americans with pre-existing conditions, The Washington Examiner reports. Read More »

FBI declines to provide requested materials to House Oversight


The officials cited by CNN said Comey feared if the information was not made public - and Russian Federation released the information - law enforcement would be unable to discredit it without undermining intelligence methods and sources. Wasserman-Schulz also told the Post that she does not know Benardo. According to the story in the Post , it was not until some time later that the bureau learned the information was fake. Read More »

Woman locked kids in trunk, went shopping in Walmart


Once Castillo returned to the vehicle, she was interviewed by police and booked into Weber County Jail for investigation of child abuse. A USA woman who locked her children in the boot of her auto while she did her shopping is facing child abuse charges. Read More »

And he's furious with media over new reports

I guess we can put that one down to jet lag, as President Trump had just returned from an entire week and a half of talking to the always welcoming Saudis, the Israeli government and the pope. As the FBI continues an investigation of Trump's top associates and as he reportedly considers a White House staff shake-up , the president's attorneys have urged him to lay off his habit of aggressive and impulsive tweeting - lest it make matters even worse for him. Read More »

Macron's white-knuckle handshake with Trump 'wasn't innocent'

In a new interview with Le Journal du Dimanche , Macron told the paper that the handshake was "a moment of truth". "One must show that we won't make little concessions, even symbolic ones". The French leader held the shake for a few seconds more. When Canadian prime minister Justin Trudeau visited Trump for the first time, he was clearly prepared. Read More »

Trump Likely Helped Gianforte's Special Election Win


Ben Jacobs , a reporter for the Guardian , asked the Republican candidate a question about the polarizing healthcare bill traveling through the Senate right now; Gianforte responded by " bodyslamming " Jacobs and screaming that he was sick and exhausted of questions. Read More »

To many Americans, Memorial Day has lost its meaning

The Friends of Eastern Cemetery are hosting the annual Memorial Day Veteran Grave Flagging event today. Caye McLaughlin, senior vice President of the VFW post's auxiliary, said flags were also placed at the Berkshire Valley Cemetery and at the Flanders Hillside Cemetery. Read More »

Trump triggers NAFTA renegotiation

The letter begins a 90-day window before beginning formal negotiations as early as August 16. In a news release, USTR said , "Through these negotiations, the United States seeks to support higher-paying jobs in the United States and to grow the US economy by improving USA opportunities to trade with Canada and Mexico". Read More »

Jared Kushner Back Channel With Russia Involved Syria

But McMaster said, "generally speaking", he would not be concerned about such an action. Asked if such communications were a big deal, Kelly said: "any time you have channels of communication with a country, particularly one like Russian Federation, I wouldn't criticize it". Read More »

Trump finds it's six against one on climate change

Merkel said Sunday at a campaign event in Bavaria that "the times in which we can fully count on others are somewhat over, as I have experienced in the past few days". Trump reportedly described the Germans as "bad, very bad" in their trade practices while visiting Brussels this past week. "I can think of no better way to conclude our first foreign trip than to spend the time with you right here with the incredible men and women of the United States Navy and with all of our fearless ... Read More »

Joe Lieberman To Replace Former Fired Director Of FBI


The meetings come more than a week after Trump fired FBI Director James Comey . But he also said there had been "no effort to impede our investigation to date" - which would seem to be good news for a White House that now faces suggestions that the president might have attempted to obstruct justice. Read More »

Money has started pouring into North Atlantic Treaty Organisation, says Donald Trump

Instead, the White House hoped to let the images of Trump in statesman-like settings tell the story of his first trip overseas, and perhaps ease questions about his preparedness for the delicate world of worldwide diplomacy. The meeting with Merkel came just a day after Trump reportedly called Germans "bad". Among increased contributions to counterterrorism, he said the alliance would step up support of NATO AWACS aircraft and intelligence-sharing, and would provide refueling ... Read More »

Trump returns to White House, faces slew of challenges

Kushner, 36, even suggested using Russian diplomatic facilities in the United States to protect such a channel from monitoring, The Post said , quoting U.S. National Security Advisor H.R. McMaster refused to talk about the allegations. "We have backchannel communications with a number of countries", McMaster said. Read More »

Cosby Sexual Assault Trial Begins

In another dollars-and-cents matter, officials said they will have to dig deeper into the county's pockets to financially underwrite the extra costs generated by the trial. Constand said she went seeking career advice. After that, each side can strike seven people during jury selection and three more when they choose alternates. Read More »

Trump's bizarre body language speaks at Brussels NATO summit

The handshake between Trump and French President Emmanuel Macron nearly turned into a twenty-first-century version of a gladiator match. TAORMINA, Sicily (AP) - As he dashed through the Middle East and Europe, Donald Trump looked like a conventional American leader overseas. Read More »

McMaster: 'Not concerned' after Kushner back-channel reports

The top Democrat on the House intelligence committee is urging a review of White House adviser Jared Kushner's security clearance following news reports that he sought to set up back-channel communications with Russian Federation. "This is off the map", Hayden told CNN's Michael Smerconish. "That is indicative of espionage activity of an American citizen that is working in league with a hostile government", he told MSNBC. Read More »