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Stress test: High-wire Cavaliers remain alive in NBA Finals

Green and Michael Cooper; the 1986 Celtics of Larry Bird, Kevin McHale, Robert Parish, Danny Ainge and the late Dennis Johnson, with Hall of Famer Bill Walton coming off the bench; the San Antonio Spurs of Tim Duncan, Tony Parker, Manu Ginobili, and earlier in their dynasty, Hall of Fame center David Robinson. Read More »

Londoners urged to enjoy city week after attack


In the event, however, their drive across London Bridge, together with the stabbing rampage in Borough Market , killed eight and injured 48 people in what is the third deadliest attack in Britain within three months. The head of the United Kingdom capital's counter-terrorism unit, Commander Dean Haydon also revealed that the men had a stockpile of petrol bombs in the back of their van and carried out their deadly attack with pink ceramic knives. Read More »

IPad Pro 2 Specifications & Updates: The Latest Product Released By Apple


New capabilities aside, iOS 11 users will get a new re-designed homepage and notification bar. Despite the stellar features, Apple has not confirmed new details, thus everything should be taken with a grain of salt in mind. If the iPhone is connected to a vehicle via Bluetooth or a cable, or if the auto is moving, the "Do Not Disturb" feature can automatically mute notifications like text messages and news updates . Read More »

Million people tuned in to watch James Comey's testimony on


Updated figures with additional channels were expected to be released later on Friday. Smaller audiences tuned in to the hearing on Univision, Fox Business Network and HLN. Bars in Washington opened early to show the drama and people across the country ditched work to monitor Mr Comey's first public appearance since he was dismissed by Mr Trump on May 9. Read More »

Trump and Merkel 'get along well' despite spat


Merkel said that Europe must " take our fate into our own hands " and added that it should step up as a diplomatic player on the global stage. "The times in which we could rely fully on others - they are somewhat over", she said . Martin Schulz , leader of the center-left Social Democrats, told reporters Trump was "the destroyer of all Western values", adding that the U.S. president was undermining the peaceful cooperation of nations based on mutual respect and tolerance. Read More »

Britain's Theresa May reaches 'outline' power deal after election fiasco

Since the election , most of the members of May's cabinet have kept quiet on the issue of her future, adding to speculation that her days as prime minister are numbered. The news came as May prepared to name the rest of her cabinet, after revealing on Friday that her five most senior ministers would remain in their posts. Read More »

May's key advisers Fiona Hill and Nick Timothy resign following election


May's gamble in calling an early election backfired spectacularly, as her Conservative Party lost its majority in Parliament. Anti-Conservative Party and anti-Democratic Unionist Party ( DUP ) demonstrators gather with placards in Parliament Square in front of the Houses of Parliament in central London on June 10, 2017 . Read More »

Bus bringing students to mission trip crashes, 1 killed


The church's minister of education Terry Slay said that in the bus accident among the victims there were the 11th and 12th Grade students. "Our daughter Sarah was a gift to us", Harmening said. Officials with Wellstar later confirmed in a press conference that they received a total of 24 patients at three different hospitals. In addition to one fatality, four to five were critically injured, while 10 were said to be "walking wounded". Read More »

Theresa May heads to Buckingham Palace to seek minority government


Chief among Labour's potential allies would be the Scottish National Party, which suffered major setbacks but still won a majority of Scottish seats. "Politics has changed", Corbyn said. "May ruled out customs union membership before the election - this now puts her Brexit mandate in jeopardy". Read More »

Former congressman calls out fellow Republicans for defending Trump


In addition, news media have reported that Trump asked other officials to intervene. And if their strategy will lead to Trump's ouster sooner than any other way, I'm all for it. President, this is wrong". The day after the New York Times published an article about Trump's request on Flynn, Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein appointed former Federal Bureau of Investigation director Robert Mueller III to serve as special counsel overseeing the Russian Federation probe. Read More »

Another arrest in London attack investigation


People sit outside the George pub in Borough High Street, London , one week after the terrorist attack on nearby London Bridge and Borough Market , Saturday, June 10, 2017. After his payment was declined, Butt and his two accomplices rented a smaller van. Luggage straps, plastic retractable craft knives and rolls of duct tape were also found. Read More »

Netanyahu tells Haley to 'disband' UNRWA after tunnel discovered under schools

The United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East (UNRWA) was established in 1949 to work specifically with 5 million Palestinian refugees in the Middle East, providing basic services in refugee camps. Danny Danon, Israeli ambassador to the United Nations, wrote that Hamas, which Israel says is behind the tunnel, is guilty of "using children as human shields" in digging underneath schools. Read More »

British PM May fights for survival ahead of Brexit talks


British Prime Minister Theresa May reached an "outline agreement" on Saturday with the ultra-conservative Democratic Unionist Party in order to be able to govern after a humiliating election that has left her authority in tatters. Almost 13 million people voted for us to do it. "Boris is the only option with the liberal values, Brexit credentials and popular appeal". The resignations of Timothy and Hill, on whom May had been heavily reliant since her previous job at the interior ministry, ... Read More »

Woman Charged With Murder In Family Stabbing Attack


After her arrest, Darrington was booked into the West Valley Detention Center in Rancho Cucamonga and was being held on $1 million bail. Lawyer Loyst P. Authorities say Darrington stabbed her granddaughters and daughter Monday during a visit to their home in Colton , then fled. She was ruled insane by the court, and, according to her defense attorney, was sent to Patton State Hospital in San Bernardino. Read More »

Conservatives forge government with DUP help


Speaking outside the door of Number 10 Downing Street, she confirmed Brexit negotiations will continue, on the same timetable as before, and made no reference to the performance of her party in the general election yesterday. The DUP was founded in the 1970s by the late firebrand preacher Ian Paisley, and in the 1980s was a key player in the "Save Ulster from Sodomy" campaign, which unsuccessfully fought against the legalization of gay sex. Read More »

UK PM Theresa May strikes tentative deal with Northern Ireland party


For now, May and her team of ministers retain full legal powers and will continue heading the government, until a new government is sworn in. The DUP is opposed to abortion rights and same-sex marriage. With the DUP providing the Conservatives a narrow, but crucial, majority in Parliament, it could have an outsized influence. "I sought, and to be fair to the prime minister, received a categoric assurance that in talking to the DUP that there would be no suggestion of any rollback on LGBTI ... Read More »

James Comey's $10M book deal

The conversation touched on Bill Clinton's private tarmac meeting with Lynch last July in the midst of the investigation into Hillary Clinton's private email server, leading Halper to say that the 42nd president could "easily" be blamed for his wife's election loss in November. Read More »

USA calls on Arab states to ease Qatar blockade as crisis deepens

Egypt and Bahrain , which on Monday cut ties with Qatar and accused it of fomenting instability, tightened their squeeze by putting dozens of figures with links to the tiny, wealthy nation on terrorism blacklists. A US official, briefing reporters on condition of anonymity, declined to say whether the USA backs removing the emir of Qatar. While acknowledging that Qatar had "made progress in halting financial support and expelling terrorists" from within its border, Tillerson noted that ... Read More »

Teheran attacks mastermind killed - Iranian minister

Intelligence minister claims security forces have killed the mastermind behind Wednesday's deadly attacks in Tehran. "Six people who were certainly connected to Wednesday's terrorist attacks in Tehran were identified and arrested", Aliakbar Garousi was quoted as saying by the Fars news agency. Read More »

Why Labour Are The Real Winners Of The UK Election


The advantage of being a Brit living in Australia on election night is that, well, it's election day - which means you don't have to stay up until 5 in the morning watching every seat be called as you nervously sip your tea or your beer. Read More »

Theresa May, le "cadavre ambulant" de Downing Street — Royaume-Uni

Selon la députée conservatrice Heidi Allen, la Première ministre ne reste en place pour l'instant qu'à cause du début imminent des négociations sur le Brexit. En plus de ces divergences, les négociations semblent très fastidieuses à mener. Certains conservateurs influents avaient fait de la démission des deux chefs de cabinet une condition au maintien de leur appui à la première ministre May. Read More »

Two US soldiers killed in attack by Afghan soldier

The Taliban claimed responsibility for the insider attack in the volatile district of Achin, saying it was carried out by an infiltrator. In a statement from Washington, the Pentagon didn't provide details about what led to the deaths of the US soldiers. Read More »

Northern Ireland Party to Back UK Conservatives Without Coalition Deal


May said that they have a "strong relationship" with the DUP and that she intended form a government which could "provide certainty and lead Britain forward at this critical time for our country". "We will be looking for the very best deal for Northern Ireland", he told the BBC . Confident of securing a sweeping victory, May had called the snap election to strengthen her hand in the European Union divorce talks. Read More »