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Trump's revised travel ban blocked by second USA court


The U.S. Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit, an overwhelmingly liberal court, ruled unanimously that the temporary travel ban should remain on hold - the final judicial blow as attorneys prepare for a likely showdown before the Supreme Court. Read More »

Wyden opposes President Trump's Cuba moves


Which might be the opposite of what Cuba's current president wants. James Williams, the president of the advocacy group, Engage Cuba, told Bloomberg that the people behind this policy might have never been to Cuba. "The President instructed Treasury to issue regulations that will end individual people-to-people travel", the department said in a statement. That means US travelers now booked on flights to Cuba in the next few weeks or months could make the trip. Read More »

L'incendie pourrait avoir fait 65 morts

Selon toujours le chef de la police, l'incendie , qui s'est déclaré dans la nuit de mardi 13 juin, est désormais totalement éteint . " Ce serait un miracle de retrouver des survivants", a déploré plus tôt la responsable des pompiers de Londres , Dany Cotton au site Sky News , soulignant que la violence du feu et la chaleur laissaient peu de chance aux personnes qui n'ont pas pu s'échapper du brasier . Read More »

Le Bosphore devient turquoise après une "explosion de plancton"


D'autres ont suggéré une conséquence du séisme qui a frappé la côte égéenne lundi . Selon Ahmet Cemal Saydam, professeur en science environnementale à l'université de Hacettepe, cette couleur extravagante aurait été provoquée par la prolifération d'une certaine espèce de plancton . Read More »

Sheriff: 'Multiple fatalities' in Florida shooting


He lived alone in Central Florida with no immediate family nearby, and given his circumstances, officials believe that the Orlando shooting was premeditated and planned out in advance. "Family people. My heart goes out to all their families". The Associated Press talked with Shelley Adams , whose sister, Sheila McIntrye, works for the company and was in the bathroom when shots rang out. Read More »

Gillespie, Northam Win In Virginia Primaries


He energized many new-to-politics voters who oppose Trump but was ultimately unable to expand the universe of Democratic primary voters enough to counter Northam's advantages. "I trust his dedication to all Virginians", Lee said of Northam. Instead of a neck-and-neck Democratic race between Lieutenant Governor Ralph Northam and former Representative Tom Perriello , and a walk in the Republican primary for former Republican National Committee boss Ed Gillespie , Northam sailed to an ... Read More »

London inferno deaths rise to 30, many missing

A cause of the blaze has yet to be determined, but a malfunctioning refrigerator located on the fourth floor is being eyed by investigators. Police earlier confirmed at least 30 people died in the disaster. Adele, who was born in Tottenham, north London , visited the scene of the fire overnight on Wednesday. She said: "I feel the lack of humility, compassion, I feel there is no heart from the TMO". Read More »

'One of those days' as McIlroy finds trouble in Erin Hills rough


After a chip to 8 feet and a missed double-bogey putt, Casey's snowman was complete. The next one went long, he chipped up to 12 feet and took two putts from there. " You don't get many rounds at the U.S. Open that are stress-free", said Fowler, who got his round off to a flying start with birdies on three of his opening five holes. Read More »

Germany expects no delay in Brexit negotiations

Though Foster supported Brexit, she also might demand that May pursue a cushioned exit from the European Union, given her party's wish that a soft border remain between Northern Ireland and Ireland, an European Union member. "There is a unity of goal among people in the United Kingdom", May said following a meeting with French President Emmanuel Macron in Paris. An agreement between the Tories and DUP is thought to be close, with Mrs May saying the talks had been "productive" and ... Read More »

Afghan commando opens fire on United States troops, kills 3, wounds 1

The rogue soldier, a commando who headed an 11-man unit, was also killed in return fire. The Department of Defense confirms three USA soldiers were killed in Eastern Afghanistan on Saturday. bombing during an operation against Islamic State (IS) militants in the Achin district of Afghanistan's Nangarhar province on April 15, 2017. The shooter was killed by other soldiers. Read More »

Dolce & Gabbana Promotes $245 T-Shirts As An Anti-Trump Protest


Dolce & Gabbana's support could mean even more now that Trump is living in the White House - a place her fashion choices will be a lot more visible. Although it doesn't have an official political orientation, Dolce & Gabbana was heavily criticized for their apparent support of the administration, but the brand's newest response is quite brilliant and hilarious. Read More »

Department of Education issues new guidance on transgender students


Those new guidelines were made public on Friday, and are dated June 6. The guidance indicates the Education Department's Office of Civil Rights "may assert subject matter jurisdiction" over a investigation if the administration deems a school isn't handling allegations of anti-trans discrimination adequately. Read More »

Islamic State leader Baghdadi 'may have been killed by Russia'

She added that "al-Baghdadi has been reported to have been at least killed or wounded in the past, and in none of those instances has that been confirmed". If Moscow had had the intelligence capability to deliberately target him at the site, Russian Federation would presumably have been able to confirm his death by now, he said. Read More »

Trump dismisses obstruction of justice investigation with 'nice' tweet


Robert Mueller , who preceded Comey as FBI director , was appointed on May 17 by the Justice Department as special counsel overseeing the Russian Federation investigation after Trump fired Comey. The move ordered Thursday by the transition's general counsel cast a wide net on documents tied to the Russian Federation investigation as well as inquiries into the activities of Trump associates. Read More »

Mueller probe examining obstruction

Investigators are seeking to determine if Trump tried to undermine the FBI's ongoing probes of alleged Russian interference in the 2016 United States presidential election and collusion with Trump aides. The news came the same week as Trump friend Chris Ruddy floated the possibility that Trump would fire Mueller , who was appointed to head up the investigation after Trump fired FBI Director James Comey . Read More »

Trump tweets hurting legal case - key adviser's husband

Both orders, aimed at temporarily halting entry to the US from a half-dozen Muslim-majority countries, have been blocked by the lower courts. George Conway , husband of presidential counselor Kellyanne Conway , scolded President Donald Trump in a tweet Monday morning following Trump's series of Twitter messages blasting the legal dispute over his travel ban. Read More »

Jury still deliberating in case of officer who shot Castile

Despite the sting of this injustice, we remain committed to continuing the fight for justice against the epidemic of police killings. But Gray said that this approach made sense, and that Yanez had acted reasonably given his training and what he knew that night. Read More »

U.S. crude stockpiles rose unexpectedly


Brent futures are down about 7 percent from their open on May 25, when OPEC opted to extend production cuts into 2018. Brent crude rose 31 cents to $48.37 per barrel, while the US West Texas Intermediate increased the same to $46.03 per barrel. Read More »

Jury Deliberating On Bill Cosby Sexual Assault Charges


In his argument, McMonagle emphasized that Cosby consistently portrayed the encounter as consensual. " Cosby testified over a decade ago as part of her lawsuit, eventually settling the case for an undisclosed sum". Schaffer testified this time that Constand had visited with Cosby at an out-of-state casino before the alleged attack and that police knew he had vision problems more than a decade ago. Read More »

USA to Send Thousands of Additional Troops to Afghanistan


Unlike his predecessor Barack Obama , who kept battlefield commanders on a tight leash and scrutinized each deployment, President Donald Trump has deferred to top brass - the men he likes to call "my generals". Trump's move to loosen the reins on military commanders in Afghanistan follows a similar decision about the generals' decision making authority in Syria and Iraq. Read More »

Trump vows revamp of Obama-era Cuba deal

Airbnb , which has built a multimillion-dollar business among Cubans who rent out rooms to foreign visitors, is not affected by the new policy. The President personally thanked a one-time rival for the presidential nomination, Sen. "On the other hand, we think we've achieved very little in terms of changing the behavior of the regime in Cuba and its treatment of people", he said, "and it has little incentive to change that". Read More »