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Children thrown to safety in London


Grenfell Tower is believed to house between 400 and 600 people. Witnesses said they heard screams for help as the fire stormed through the floors, trapping residents who could be seen from windows flashing their cell phone lights in hopes of being rescued. Read More »

Trump visé par une enquête pour entrave à la justice


Robert Mueller interrogerait actuellement de hauts responsables du renseignement pour déterminer si le président américain a tenté de freiner ou bloquer l'enquête qui s'intéressait jusqu'ici à cette ingérence ainsi qu'à une possible collusion entre les proches de Donald Trump et la Russie, selon le quotidien qui cite des sources anonymes. Read More »

These Are The People Wounded In The Alexandria Baseball Shooting


He had been living out of his van in the Alexandria area in recent months, the Federal Bureau of Investigation said . "Scalise's security detail and Capitol Hill police immediately began to return fire and Alexandria police also immediately came and began to return fire", he said. Read More »

John Major says Tory-DUP deal could threaten Northern Irish peace process

Even with a deal nearing to secure her government's survival, May is so weakened that her Brexit strategy has become the subject of public debate inside her own party, with two former prime ministers urging her to soften her approach. That if Britain changes its mind it would find an open door. The European Parliament's leading Brexit voice has issued a list of questions for Downing Street to answer ahead of the launch of next week's negotiations. Read More »

Acquaintance of Alexandria shooting suspect: 'He could have a short temper'

On Wednesday morning, a group of Republican congress members were practicing for their annual charity baseball game when a man opened fire. Sanders, of Vermont, said in a statement: "I am sickened by this despicable act". The fellow campaign volunteer described Hodgkinson as quiet, a "passionate progressive" who showed no signs of violence. "Trump has destroyed our Democracy". Read More »

Stephen Colbert predicts Trump impeachment at the Tony Awards

Australian actress Cate Blanchett and musician Tim Minchin both missed out on awards for their roles in Platonov and Groundhog Day respectively. "Shut that crap off!" she said, silencing the music and continuing her speech as the audience applauded and cheered loudly. Read More »

New 'Spider-man' Playstation game unveiled

PS4 software sales continue to remain strong - more than 487.8 million titles have been downloaded or purchased from retail stores as of June 11. Earlier this week at E3, Microsoft made the big announcement that Minecraft will support cross-play with the Nintendo Switch version of the game . Read More »

Jeff Sessions Testifies, Defends His Silence on 'Private' Conversations With Trump

Attorney General Jeff Sessions on Tuesday steadfastly denied any improper contacts with Russian officials during a sometimes blistering congressional hearing. King was incredulous to learn how little Sessions says he knew about the intelligence on Russian meddling in the USA election. Comey told lawmakers last week that he knew details that made Sessions's involvement in the FBI Russia probe "problematic". Read More »

Kohli taking nothing for granted against 'dangerous' Bangladesh

While Kohli's side booked their place in the last-four with an eight-wicket win over South Africa, Bangladesh paved their way to the semis after registering a five-wicket victory against New Zealand. "I thought they were outstanding in the way they applied themselves and chased New Zealand's total down the other day". He thanked the Indian people for their support throughout the years and ended up by thanking his family for all the sacrifices they made. Read More »

South Australian nurse feared dead in London Bridge attack

The family of an Australian woman who has been missing since the attack said they are "bracing for the worst", Australian media have reported. Dozens of people injured in the attack remain in hospitals across London . Police have identified Canadian Christine Archibald , a 30-year-old social worker who worked at a homeless shelter before moving to Europe to be with her fiancé, as also among the dead. Read More »

Indian-American Ananya Vinay spells 'marocain' to win National Spelling Bee

Before Ananya and Rohan began their lengthy duel, the primetime finals were marked by surprising eliminations of better-known spellers. "I know I could have spelled my word right but it's OK". "It was interesting to go back and forth for so many rounds". Dasari correctly spelled his word. Vinay got the opportunity to deliver the finishing blow when Rajeev incorrectly spelled " marram ", a kind of beach grass. Read More »

Mueller meets with Senate Russia investigators

Gen. Michael Flynn. High-profile supporters of President Donald Trump are turning on special counsel Robert Mueller , the man charged with investigating Russian interference in the US election and possible collusion with Trump's campaign. Read More »

Suspect in shooting of GOP lawmakers in Virginia identified


Law enforcement officials said the gunman was James T. Hodgikinson, of Belleville , Illinois, the Washington Post reports . He ran a home inspection business until a year ago, when he lost his license. "I blew (practice) off today because my body is old - and I had a speech". The legislative schedule in Congress has been cancelled for the day. In a televised address, Mr Trump described Mr Scalise as a "very good friend", a "patriot" and a "fighter". Read More »

Nicola Sturgeon calls for May to pause Brexit negotiations

In a letter dated June 13, Sturgeon urged May to maintain Britain's membership of the EU's single market to "bring clarity, in place of the current confusion, and provide a coherent base for the UK's future relationship with the EU". Nicola Sturgeon has called for Theresa May to pause the Brexit negotiations to build a new cross-party, "four-nation" consensus on the UK's stance with the EU. Read More »

Gunman wounds lawmaker, then killed by police

U.S. Capitol Police also stepped up their presence around the Capitol. "Our thoughts and prayers are with him". His wife told ABC News he has been living in Alexandria, Virginia, for the past two months, but had not been working and was expected to return to IL in the coming days. Read More »

First Openly Transgender Woman May Be Elected In Virginia, Unseating Transphobic Bigot


Recently, Marshall has championed legislation that would bar transgender people from using the bathroom that conforms with their gender identity in government buildings. Roem's role as a journalist for the Prince Williams Times , where she worked for nearly a decade, caused her to be well-known in the community. And it was this early foray into local politics that sparked her interest in running for office-not just to move away from the conservative ideals promoted by Marshall, but to ... Read More »

Trump Heads To Cincinnati To Talk Infrastructure

Trump's visit comes amid the firestorm centering on former FBI Director James Comey , who testifies to Congress Thursday. 'We have had no help. We won't get one Democrat vote. 'The last statewide insurer in the great state of OH is leaving, ' Trump said. Some experts do not expect the proposal to be approved by the upper chamber, particularly in view of its assessment by the Congressional Budget Office - which said the new plan doesn't add much coverage than the first two failed versions ... Read More »

Photo Shows Jeff Sessions With Russian Ambassador

Attorney General Jeff Sessions on Tuesday responded to fired FBI Director James Comey's testimony that he had "implored" him "to prevent any future direct communication between the President and me". Attorney General Jeff Sessions appeared to drive with caution - and stay in his bureaucratic lane - during three hours of testimony on Tuesday before the Senate Intelligence Committee. Read More »

Senate Judiciary Committee asks for copies of leaked memos

Most Democrats are being cautious about whether President Donald Trump might have obstructed justice in the Russian Federation investigation and his dealings with fired FBI chief James Comey . "Grassley values her input and welcomes the opportunity work together to gather the facts on behalf of the American people". Speaking before the Senate Intelligence Committee on June 8, Comey said he wanted to get a record of his meetings with President Donald Trump "out into the public square" ... Read More »