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Trump heads to OH to talk infrastructure amid Comey crisis


Democrats are destroying health care in the country. "The president will present his sustainable solution to this problem in OH on Wednesday", she said. On Tuesday, Anthem , one of the nation's biggest health insurers says it will not return to Ohio's public insurance exchanges next year, which could leave consumers in 20 counties without an option for buying individual coverage on the exchange. Read More »

Comey's dad says his son 'laughs' over subject of leaking


During an interview on CNN's "New Day", Kinzinger was asked what he believes after Comey's testimony before the Senate Intelligence Committee last week and the president's response. Comey Sr. defended his son giving a personal memo about his Trump conversation to a friend, Columbia Law School professor Daniel Richman. The Associated Press wrote a beautifully wicked fact-check of Donald Trump this morning. Read More »

CARTE AVANT/APRES. De la présidentielle aux législatives, En Marche ! continue sa progression

La France insoumise est aussi tombée de haut car, PCF inclus, le groupe n'aura que de 10 à 23 fauteuils dans l'hémicycle. Abidjan, 10 juin (AIP) - Selon un sondage Ipsos/Sopra Steria publié vendredi, deux jours avant le 1 tour des législatives en France, La République en marche , le parti d'Emmanuel Macron , et son allié le MoDem peuvent espérer envoyer entre 397 et 427 députés à l'Assemblée nationale. Read More »

Year Anniversary of Virginia Loving Case


Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe , left, shares a laugh with Richmond mayor, Levar Stoney, right during a ceremony to unveil a historical marker commemorating the 50th anniversary of the U.S. The Lovings married in 1958 in Washington D.C. because Virginia's Racial Integrity Act of 1924 made "mixed" marriages a felony offense. "We honor their courage to stand up for the right to love unconditionally, their strength to endure the struggle against all odds and their tenacity to prove that ... Read More »

May faces calls to resign as election hangs in balance

The support obtained by Labor party members contrasted with the negative predictions of hardly two months ago, when they were 20 percentage points below the conservatives in terms of intention to vote. Neither Conservatives nor Labour have seemed eager to form a coalition this time around, but their attitudes will likely change, as minority governments have a track record of not lasting long. Read More »

Michael Flynn To Turn Over Some Subpoenaed Documents To Senate Committee

A separate FBI probe that was led by former FBI Director Robert Mueller and the latest actions of the committee prove lawmakers have not given up their own Russian Federation investigations. The White House said it would not answer any more questions about the investigations. With more documents to be handed over, this investigation isn't close to complete. Read More »

Madame Tussauds-owner Merlin says Manchester, London attacks hit demand

Merlin Entertainments said incidents in Manchester and London have dented domestic demand, and they are "cautious" on the levels of overseas visitors in the coming months. Merlin shares were the biggest faller in early trading on Tuesday, down 3.5%. "London is very much open for business, welcoming visitors from the United Kingdom and from around the world to this exciting and vibrant city". Read More »

Attorney General Jeff Sessions to testify in public Tuesday

His most recent such event was in Pennsylvania, to mark his 100th day in office. "We've obviously pressed the White House ", he said. "There have been press reports of a possible meeting", he said. During his nomination hearing in January, the former senator told the Senate Judiciary Committee that he had no contacts with Russian officials as part of the Trump campaign. Read More »

Republicans urge Trump to release tapes


Comey told the Senate intelligence committee in closed session that Sessions may have had a third, unreported meeting with Russian Ambassador Sergei Kislyak, according to United States media reports. Mr Sessions said his decision to accept the intelligence committee's invitation to appear was due in part to Mr Comey's testimony. Shelby chairs the Senate appropriations subcommittee. Read More »

North Korea conducts fifth missile test in a month

On Thursday morning the North test-fired several projectiles from near the eastern coastal city of Wonsan in Gangwon Province toward the East Sea. The North's official Korean Central News Agency said that Thursday's launches were of "a powerful attack means capable of striking any enemy group of battleships attempting at military attack on the DPRK from the ground at will". Read More »

Struggling actor found dead


Meanwhile, Chaudhary's body has been sent to autopsy. Kritika Choudhary was the resident of Bhairavnath Society in Char Bungalow area in Andheri West. The police is considering it a suspicious death as the door was locked from outside. On the other hand, police have informed Kritika's family about the incident and are recording statement of her friends for further investigation. Read More »

British Police Recover Body Of 8th Confirmed Victim In London Bridge Attack


A third man arrested for carrying out Saturday's deadly attack in London is an Italian-Moroccan who was arrested a year ago on suspicion of trying to reach Syria, Italian sources said on Tuesday. Material from the Associated Press was used in this report . The suspect, identified as a 30-year-old man, was arrested on suspicion of "commission, preparation or instigation of terrorist acts", the Metropolitan Police said in a statement early Wednesday. Read More »

'No reason' to cancel Trump's United Kingdom visit

Trump took to Twitter to criticize Khan after he reassured his constituents that there was no reason to be alarmed about increased police presence in London following the attack. The point is there is a reason to be alarmed. The president kept up his attacks on Khan the next day. The US Conference of Mayors also offered its support to Khan. Read More »

Hamilton wins F1 Canadian Grand Prix, picks up points on Vettel

Lewis Hamilton has won the Canadian Grand Prix from Mercedes teammate Valtteri Bottas with Australia's Daniel Ricciardo finishing third in his Red Bull . Qualifying would have been equally close . That gave his team something to cheer after young Dutchman Max Verstappen had his race come to a premature end with mechanical problems while running second and challenging Hamilton for the lead. Read More »

Interior head suggests reducing Bears Ears National Monument

The order directs a special review of over 20 National Monuments designated since 1996, which could lead to the elimination of protections for millions of acres of public land, including Bears Ears and the newly expanded Cascade-Siskiyou National Monument in southern Oregon. Read More »

Trump's state visit to Britain put on hold because of protest fears


White House spokeswoman Lindsay Walters did not immediately confirm to Newsday whether Trump had changed or is reconsidering his plans. " Donald Trump should be allowed to enter the United Kingdom in his capacity as head of the US Government, but he should not be invited to make an official State Visit because it would cause embarrassment to Her Majesty the Queen", the petition continues. Read More »

Video shows successful missile-intercept test over Pacific


Meanwhile, North Korea has warned today that it is prepared to launch intercontinental ballistic missiles (ICBMs) at any time, as the United States successfully tested a system created to intercept them. The U.S. military on Tuesday conducted a flight test to exercise the ground-based mid-course defence element of the nation's ballistic missile defence system. Read More »

Thousands mourn Tehran attack victims, chant "Death to Saudi"


On Friday, Iran's Intelligence Ministry said since the attack on Wednesday security forces have arrested 41 individuals linked to the Islamic State (IS) in Tehran, Kermanshah, Kurdistan and West Azarbaijan provinces. It said: "If a safe country like Islamic Republic of Iran can be attacked, it means all should be on guard and be on security alert". The United States and several allies in the Middle East have been fighting against the Islamic State. Read More »

John Oliver: The most important thing in James Comey's testimony

The tweet was the second social media lash out from Trump towards the fired Federal Bureau of Investigation director since Comey's dramatic testimony before the Senate Intelligence Committee on Thursday. "If there aren't tapes Trump should let that be known". Bragging early in the campaign about his relationship with Russian President Vladimir Putin, he said "I got to know him very well because we were both on "60 Minutes", even though they were on different segments from different locations. Read More »

Korea's ICBM and nuclear weapons nears completion

In addition, traffic to the site has been apparently shut down at the checkpoints leading to the area in northeastern North Korea . Representatives for Rodman did not immediately respond to requests for comment. North Korea claimed it has moved closer to test-firing an intercontinental ballistic missile ( ICBM ) with the potential of hitting the United States mainland. Read More »

Trump's Ex-Campaign Manager Lewandowski Eyes White House Position


Tim Ryan (D-Ohio), as well as Reps. Spicer hems before dropping what sounds a lot like a bombshell. The president, aides said , has not ruled out the possibility that his son-in-law and daughter Ivanka Trump , who both hold White House positions, would return to NY this year, although White House officials said there were no plans for them to do so. Read More »