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Louisville finishes off sweep of Clemson


Clemson finished 1-8 against ACC heavyweights FSU, UNC and Louisville , and has lost eight in a row in the regular season to the Cardinals. The Tigers fell to 37-13 overall and 16-9 in ACC play. In the fourth, Louisville went up 4-0 as Justin Stowers scored on a second error by Davidson. The Cardinals overcame five errors on the game and regained the lead in the second inning with two runs and broke a 3-3 tie in the sixth. Read More »

Republicans Suffer Shocking Defeat As Obama Environmental Regulation Repeals Fails In Senate


Hours after Senate Republicans' failed attempt to overturn an Obama-era rule regulating methane emissions, the Trump administration announced it will take matters into its own hands. The vote represents a rare defeat for Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, and an increasingly rare victory for the environment under Trump. The surprise defeat of the effort was on a 49-51 vote, with Republican Senators Susan Collins of Maine, John McCain of Arizona and Lindsey Graham of SC voting ... Read More »

Trump Team Hails US-China Trade Deal As 'Herculean Accomplishment'


Trump hailed the deal Friday morning, calling it "real news". Ellingson said the fact that there is a bookend this time gives her renewed hope that the door really is opening this time. "The Chinese and United States teams carried out almost 30 rounds of consultation to achieve the agreement". "This was pretty much a herculean accomplishment to get this done", he said. Read More »

The Mormon church is pulling older teens from Boy Scouts' programs


Now, the church is moving in a different direction. "When he turns 14, I'll leave it up to him to decide whether he wants to continue with Scouting or join the church program - or, if they're on separate days, he can do both", she said. As a result of the Mormon church's decision, the Boy Scouts expects to lose between 130,000 teenage scouts ― about 5 percent of its 2.3 million youth members. Read More »

La Croix-Rouge à pied d'œuvre à Granby — Inondations au Québec


D'autres bénévoles se tiennent prêts à intervenir si le besoin s'en fait sentir. Enfin, Lévis participe actuellement, avec les différents partenaires, à la planification de la phase de rétablissement. Vous souhaitez faire un don? L'argent amassé servira à combler les besoins essentiels des sinistrés, notamment les réparations de base pour la résidence principale, des besoins pour les enfants et des services personnels. Read More »

N Korea accuses Central Intelligence Agency of plot to assassinate Kim


Pyongyang criticized South Korea in 2012, alleging that Seoul had sent a North Korean defector back to blow up statues of North Korean founder Kim Il Sung with remote-controlled explosives. The North Korean news agency did not mention how the alleged plot was busted nor it mentioned the name of the North Korean suspect. It said the two Chinese publications asserted the North Korean nuclear weapons program was a threat to China. Read More »

Why Riyad Mahrez's goal against Manchester City was disallowed

A 2-1 success over Leicester on Saturday ensured two more victories, against West Bromwich Albion and Watford, will guarantee them a place in Europe's elite club competition. "I don't know if Raheem (Sterling) touched the ball". Fifth-placed Arsenal , making a late dash to keep alive hopes of a 21st successive top-four finish, can crank up the pressure on Liverpool with a win at Stoke City later on Saturday [Sunday NZT]. Read More »

Kamal, other PSP leaders held before reaching CM House


Ending his sit-in outside the Karachi Press Club, the PSP chief had called for a "Million March" to press the Sindh government to resolve the issues of the metropolis. Clashes between the police and PSP workers broke out after the latter tried to march towards the Chief Minister House, breaching the red zone security. Read More »

US Senator Sees No Evidence of Widespread Voter Fraud in 2016 Elections

Trump has publicly expressed frustration with Federal Bureau of Investigation and congressional probes into the issue, and sparked a political firestorm on Tuesday when he fired the Federal Bureau of Investigation director, James Comey . "The president's proposed commission seems to fail the credibility test". President Trump on Thursday launched a long-promised commission on "election integrity", rekindling a controversy over the prevalence of voter fraud at US polls. Read More »

Melissa McCarthy has hit the open road as Sean Spicer

Earlier in the week, " SNL " posted a promo of McCarthy transforming into the embattled press secretary, singing "I Feel Pretty" from " West Side Story ". The only way back to his office entailed Spicer passing by the swarm of press waiting to hear why President Trump fired the Federal Bureau of Investigation director. Read More »

Jeff Sessions Demands Prosecutors Seek Most Severe Sentences For All Crimes

Sessions move shows his categoric disagreement with Holder, who wrote in 2013, that directing prosecutors to pursue the harshest punishment was hurting the country. "If you are drug trafficker, we will not look the other way, we will not be willfully blind to your misconduct", Sessions said. The move, announced in a policy memo sent to US attorneys late on May 10, has been expected from Sessions. Read More »

Dernier Conseil des ministres: Royal a "le sentiment que quelque chose continue"


Ce sera cette fois le dernier discours officiel du président de la République, souligne l'Elysée. Échange sur les dossiers sensibles, Grand Croix de la Légion d'honneur, coups de canon... Et elle se verra sans doute réserver une place de choix dans le reste du protocole. Très professionnels et très amicaux pour cette équipe qu'il a remerciée. Read More »

China's Xi applauds SKorea's Moon on election win

During the Sunshine Policy, Seoul actively engaged Pyongyang, which led to closer relations on both sides of the border and saw two South Korean Presidents visit the North Korean capital. "We hope South Korea can pay high attention to China's concerns and handle the relevant issue in a proper way", he said. Such measures have not historically been popular with conservative administrations in the United States, however President Donald Trump has vacillated between tough, militaristic talk on ... Read More »

W.House refuses to rule out Trump Oval Office recordings


He added that the dinner was arranged at Comey's request, whom he said wanted to discuss keeping his job. Cornyn said at the time that Trump was "within his authority" to fire Comey and that it would not affect the investigation of possible Russian ties to Trump's presidential campaign. Read More »

U.S. believes North Korea launched KN-17 missile

The U.S. and China have been negotiating a new round of biting sanctions, if further provocations were to occur. No sitting United States president has ever met with the leader of North Korea while in power, and the idea is extremely controversial. Read More »

Trump Just Said Not To Believe Anything Other White House Officials Say

Trump's tweet seems to stem from his frustration over the fallout from his firing of FBI Director James Comey earlier this week. President Donald Trump's branding of ousted FBI chief James Comey as a "showboat" has been swiftly contradicted by USA senators and the bureau's acting leader, who has pledged a vigorous probe into possible Trump campaign ties to Russian Federation. Read More »

Macron sworn in as France's new president

Pro-EU Macron wants to push for closer cooperation to help the bloc overcome the imminent departure of Britain, another of its most powerful members. Macron later walked Hollande to his auto, who left amid applause from Elysee staff and associates. Read More »

Pope Francis adds 2 children as Catholic saints

She said: 'I am very emotional because this pope is truly merciful and close to the people and I think he will bring us many good things'. Francisco and Jacinta, 9 and 7 years old, and their 10-year-old cousin, Lucia Dos Santos, said that starting on May 13, 1917, the Virgin Mary appeared before them a half-dozen times within a 5 month period as they grazed their sheep. Read More »

Kejriwal owns many shell companies, used them to launder money: Mishra

Mishra, on the second day of his "indefinite fast", penned another letter to Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, alleging that the attacker, Ankit Bhardwaj, was attached with the mohalla clinics project under Health Minister Satyendar Jain. NEW DELHI Delhi's Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) on Sunday sent a notice to CM Arvind Kejriwal's political adviser Vibhav Patel, asking him to join the investigation in the alleged Rs 400-crore water tanker scam on Wednesday. Read More »

World No 2 tennis player Serena Williams confirms her pregnancy


Her spokeswoman Kelly Bush Novak said that Serena Williams intends to come back to Tennis next year and had clear intentions of doing so. In December, Williams announced her engagement to Reddit co-founder Alexis Ohanian, first sharing that news on the Reddit social media site. Read More »

Ivanka Trump Tears Down the "Superwoman Myth" in New Book

The first daughter said in an interview with The New York Times that she is "still at the early stages of learning how everything works". Tell us, HollywoodLifers - do you agree with what Ivanka writes in her book? In the book, Ivanka acknowledges her privileges but continues to make the case for herself as a self-made woman, according to excerpts being released. Read More »

At least 100000 groups in 150 countries hit by ransomware

Matt Tait told NPR. Other services soon went down, and then, the unidentified NHS worker says, a "bitcoin virus pop-up message" started taking over computer screens. "Later we found out that the domain was supposed to be unregistered and the malware was counting on this, thus by registering it we inadvertently stopped any subsequent infections", @MalwareTechBlog told CNNTech. Read More »

Republicans told to unite and kill Obamacare

While the House bill requires states to provide coverage to people with pre-existing conditions, that coverage might not be affordable, Collins said. He said the bill that narrowly cleared the House last week and which faces significant revision by the Senate will be an improvement over the current system of limited choice and rising costs. Read More »