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Sessions Stonewalls and Denies Colluding with Kremlin Meddling


Tuesday marked the second time that Harris was reprimanded during Senate Intelligence Committee hearings. "The suggestion that I participated in any collusion or that I was aware of any collusion with the Russian government to hurt this country, which I have served with honour for over 35 years, or to undermine the integrity of our democratic process, is an appalling and detestable lie", he said . Read More »

London tower fire: What we know so far

Assistant Director of operations at the London Ambulance Service said they have taken 50 patients to five hospitals across London . The Mayor of London , Sadiq Khan said he had many questions about the fire, but the focus for now was on search and rescue, and recovery. Read More »

Selena Gomez's New "Bad Liar" Video Is Kinda Queer


The music video was filmed by Jesse Peretz of the Lemonheads, also known for his work on Orange is the New Black . One thing's for sure. Gomez then stares into the camera and mouths the word fetish , though there's no sound. It's not an easy subject to talk about. Gomez also explained to E! She also said that she just wrapped up recording for the third installment. "There's moments in life that break you down and it translates in your music", the 24-year-old " Bad Liar " singer ... Read More »

Brexit talks left hanging as May tries to form alliance

In a meeting lasting around 90 minutes, the Prime Minister updated her top team on the on-going discussions with the Unionists to secure an agreement propping up the Tory minority government. There have even been suggestions that such an alliance in the British Parliament could be a violation of the terms of the 1998 Belfast Agreement, which stipulates that the United Kingdom must remain impartial in Northern Ireland. Read More »

After loss, Stewart says he may run for Senate


N. Gillespie wrote on Twitter on Tuesday. Cox said Gillespie made a "conscious decision not to attack" and focus on policy, a position that left him vulnerable to Stewart in the primary but will help the party coalesce for November. "There's one word you will never hear from me and that's 'unity.' Because look, folks, we've been backing down too long ... in defence of our culture, our heritage and our country", Stewart said at a campaign event. Read More »

4 takeaways from Jeff Sessions's feisty testimony to Congress about Russian Federation


While he had recused himself from the Russian Federation probe, Sessions said , "I did not recuse myself from defending my honor against scurrilous and false allegations". In truth, you would think Sessions would be pro-weed considering that his real livelihood depends on cookie sales, but until I see his tax records and he can confirm that the other elves are making livable wages, he can go back into the tree from which he came. Read More »

Southern Baptists adopt moral leadership statement

A Southern Baptist official said the denomination condemns racism, but the proposed resolution against the alt-right was too broad and inflammatory. Instead, the resolution decried how leaders "in every walk of life" had "destroyed their careers" and "brought shame" through poor moral choices. Texas pastor Dwight McKissic moved to bring his proposal on the "alt-right" to messengers Tuesday June 13. Read More »

Relance des négociations conservateurs-DUP — Royaume-Uni

Au-delà des incertitudes sur le sort politique de Theresa May , qui souhaite continuer à diriger le gouvernement britannique, la livre est en effet plombée par l'envolée de l'inflation en Grande-Bretagne, au plus haut depuis près de quatre ans le mois dernier et elle-même nourrie par la dépréciation de la monnaie. Read More »

2 inmates remain on run after 2 prison guards killed


Sills said Donnie Russell Rowe, 43, and Ricky Dubose, 24, were being transported in a prison bus when they somehow broke free and made their way into the front area of the bus. The escapees could be headed anywhere, Sills said. "We are still desperately looking for these two individuals". He has crowns inked above his eyebrows, a star below his right ear and graffiti-style letters all across his neck. Read More »

White House denies Trump wants Mueller out, but heat's on

Just weeks ago, Gingrich had heaped praise on Mueller, hailing him as a "superb choice" for special counsel whose reputation was "impeccable for honesty and integrity". They say Trump did not collude with Russian Federation and see the investigation as a politically motivated sham that handicaps Trump's ability to execute his agenda, according to one person who advises the White House on how to handle the probe. Read More »

HRW prévient la coalition internationale anti-EI sur le phosphore blanc


Or, d'après les Nations unies, environ 160.000 personnes vivent toujours à Raqqa, contre 500 jihadistes, selon les estimations du Pentagone. "Sur l'instant, elles tuent et mutilent". "Peu importe comment il est utilisé, le phosphore blanc présente un risque élevé d'effets néfastes et durables sur les villes densément peuplées", souligne Steve Goose, directeur de la division armes de l'ONG. Read More »

Congressman Steve Scalise Shot in Mass Shooting at Virginia Baseball Practice


The assailant has been identified as James T. Hodgkinson . President Donald Trump has announced that the shooter in Wednesday's baseball practice shooting spree in Virginia has now died. Hodgkinson, 66, was fatally shot by police during the attack. Richard Blumenthal said in a statement, "My heart goes out to Congressman Scalise, his staff, and the security officials involved in this horrific shooting". Read More »

US attorney general Jeff Sessions dodges questions on Trump, angering Democrats


Testifying at a Senate hearing, Sessions said it was a "detestable and appalling lie" to suggest that he participated in or was aware of any collusion between Russian Federation and the Trump campaign. "I'm not sure what was in his mind specifically". Sessions said it would be "inappropriate" for him to reveal private conversations with Trump when the president "has not had a full opportunity to review the questions and to make a decision on whether or not to approve such an answer". Read More »

Huge fundraising drive for residents of Grenfell Tower

London Mayor Sadiq Khan said many questions now need to be answered about tower blocks around the city. "This will of course be subject to a major investigation, but at this moment in time, we do not wish to speculate further about the cause of the fire , or the fire's spread". Read More »

Pakistan to remain neutral in the gulf crisis


The sources pointed out that the Gulf countries were keen; however, to at least neutralise Turkey from assisting Qatar in the crisis. Saudi Arabia , the UAE, Bahrain and Egypt cut ties with Qatar and imposed stringent economic sanctions on it. Read More »

International prosecutor calls for arrest of Gadhafi's son


On Sunday, Saif's lawyer said his client had been released under an amnesty law passed by parliament from prison in the eastern Libyan town of Zintan, where he had been held since 2011. In November 2011 he was captured by a militia in Zintan while trying to flee to Niger one month after his father's killing. The whereabouts of both men remains unclear. Read More »

Jeff Sessions heatedly denies improper Russia contacts


Wyden pressed Sessions on why he had recused himself from the investigation into Russian interference, asking about issues Comey had said he was unable to address. Earlier Tuesday, Rosenstein appeared before lawmakers on the Senate Appropriations Committee. During the Senate Intelligence Committee hearing, Sen. Read More »

Bristol-Myers Squibb Company (BMY) Shares Bought by UMB Bank NA MO

Safestore Holdings Plc (LON:SAFE) has 0.00% since June 14, 2016 and is. It has outperformed by 14.77% the S&P500. Summit Securities Group Llc sold 209 shares as Bristol Myers Squibb Co (Put) ( BMY)'s stock declined 1.04%. Since February 27, 2017, it had 1 buy, and 6 sales for $9.91 million activity. Shares for $681,240 were bought by Samuels Theodore R. II on Monday, February 27. Read More »

Injuries reported at Army tank training base in Pembrokeshire


A number of people have been injured during an incident at a firing range in Castlemartin, Wales, Britain's Ministry of Defence and local media said on Wednesday, without giving further details. Castlemartin is the only United Kingdom army range "normally available for armoured units for direct-fire live gunnery exercises and associated manoeuvres", according to the Ministry of Defence. Read More »

McIlroy's complaint: It's the US Open, leave rough alone

The last U.S. Open played without both Phil Mickelson and Tiger Woods was 1993. So determined was Stricker to play in the first U.S. Open to be played in his home state that he hit the practice grounds and then earned his spot in the year's second major by firing rounds of 67-65 during a qualifying event last week in Memphis. Read More »

Fed cuts inflation, unemployment rate forecasts


Starting in 2008, the Fed expanded its balance sheet five-fold to its current $4.5 trillion through purchases of Treasury and mortgage securities. In the three months to April, UK average earnings rose just 1.7%, versus confirmation yesterday of inflation at 2.9%. For mortgage-backed securities and agency debt, the Fed set an initial cap of $4 billion. Read More »

Comey Firing Could be Part of Special Counsel Investigation, Rosenstein Says

However, Sessions refused to say whether he ever spoke with Trump about firing Comey. "I recused myself not because of any asserted wrongdoing", he said , "but because a Department of Justice regulation.required it". Amid reports that President Trump is considering firing the special counsel overseeing the Russian Federation investigations, a senior Justice Department official said Tuesday that he - and not the president - is the only official empowered to dismiss the prosecutor ... Read More »

Woman disguised grandma's dog as baby to sneak it into hospital


Her grandma, Donna, had a bad reaction to one of her medications and it nearly paralyzed her, she was unable to walk for two days and continued to fall over. She took a few photos and posted them to Twitter over the weekend, and they soon went viral with over 120,000 retweets. She's also received negative feedback, "I've been getting a lot of negative comments from people, but honestly I would do it again". Read More »