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Woman found guilty of involuntary manslaughter because of her text messages


However, although Roy took "significant actions of his own" to take his life, Carter's demand to get back in the truck constituted wanton and reckless conduct , according to the judge. " She admits in subsequent texts that she did nothing, she did not call the police or Mr. Roy's family ", Judge Moniz said . "You just keep pushing it off to another night and say you'll do it but you never do". Lire la suite »

Injured Australian bull rider improving


Bradie Gray, who hails from Tamworth, has suffered broken ribs, a bruised aorta and collapsed lungs after the incident at Wyoming's College National Finals Rodeo. He suffered a broken back as a freshman, twice broke his jaw, suffered a torn groin and earlier this year broke a collarbone. "It's what I love", he said. Lire la suite »

Les Français loin de Fowler — US Open


Fowler, auteur de sept birdies, a rendu une carte de 65, soit sept coups sous le par, son meilleur départ en 30 tournois du Grand Chelem . Mais ce score n'est pas forcément un exploit, puisque plus d'un quart des engagés a signé un score sous le par, nouveau record de l'US Open! L'Américain devance Xander Schauffele et Paul Casey , pas en reste à -6, et Brooks Koepka et Tommy Fleetwood à -5. Lire la suite »

Deputy AG Rosenstein Says He's Seen No Reason to Fire Mueller

West Palm Beach resident Christopher Ruddy , the CEO of Newsmax Media, sent the Washington rumor mill spinning on Monday when he told PBS that President Donald Trump is considering firing special counsel Robert Mueller . She asked whether he has seen "any evidence of good cause" to fire Mueller. Rosenstein , who appointed Mueller last month and has the authority to remove him, told a Senate Appropriations subcommittee that he saw no cause for Mueller's dismissal. Lire la suite »

Rod Rosenstein would only fire special counsel if Trump's request was 'lawful'

Trump, according to The Times, has brought up the legal and political implications of firing Mueller, whom he reportedly thinks is "incapable of an impartial investigation". Rosenstein is scheduled to testify today before both Senate and House subcommittees regarding the Justice Department's budget, and he is likely to be questioned about Mueller's status. Lire la suite »

The Queen and Prince William visit people affected by Grenfell Tower disaster

The many questions being asked now include whether a "stay put" fire protocol, which called for residents to remain in their apartments if there was a fire elsewhere in the building, might have turned a lethal fire even more deadly. Theresa May has sidestepped questions over her response to the Grenfell Tower disaster, after facing criticism of her reaction to the tragedy. Outside the cordons, impromptu tributes had appeared, with photos of missing people, messages of condolences, flowers ... Lire la suite »

Escaped Georgia Inmates Captured In Middle Tennessee


They are expected to be extradited back to Georgia. The fugitives were taken to the Rutherford County jail, and in a hearing on Friday, wearing orange jumpsuits and surrounded by officers, they waived their right to challenge their extraditions to Georgia. Lire la suite »

Theresa May perd sa majorité absolue — GB

Les élections anticipées convoquées par Theresa May lui font perdre sa majorité au Parlement , tandis que les Tories de Jeremy Corbyn font une belle percée. Alors qu'elle espérait imposer sa vision du "Brexit dur", elle devra au contraire composer en permanence en interne avec les élus les plus réfractaires à son projet, tout en négociant avec l'UE. Lire la suite »

Rep. Steve Scalise undergoes third surgery after shooting

Scalise underwent a third procedure and second surgery for his gunshot wound Thursday. "And because of him and the tremendous pain and suffering he's now enduring - and he's having a hard time, far worse than anybody thought - our country will perhaps become closer, more unified - so important". Lire la suite »

US Navy Destroyer Collides With Merchant Vessel Off Coast Of Japan

In this image provided by the U.S. Navy, the Arleigh Burke-class guided-missile destroyer USS Fitzgerald (DDG 62) pulls into Dry Dock 5 in Yokosuka , Japan on June 15, 2016. "As more information is learned, we will be sure to share to it with the Fitzgerald families and when appropriate the public. He's okay. Thank you all for the prayers". Lire la suite »

Search for Thai family after London tower block inferno

The Guardian newspaper reported yesterday that contractors installed a cheaper, less flame-resistant type of paneling on the building in the renovation that ended in May 2016. She said "in quite a short period of time" investigators will try to pinpoint the cause of the fire. May on Thursday announced a public inquiry, a probe that investigates issues of major public concern. Lire la suite »

Gunman in GOP Baseball Practice Shooting Had Possible Kill List


In the evenings, Hodgkinson became a bit of a regular at the Pork Barrel BBQ restaurant just a few blocks from the ballfield where he opened fire . Officer BaileyCapitol Police Officer David Bailey received a minor injury but was not shot, according to U.S. Capitol Police Chief Matthew Verderosa. Lire la suite »

London fire: Prime minister Theresa May orders full public inquiry

About 600 people lived in the 120-apartment building. Those recommendations were on the desk of the-then housing minister Gavin Barwell, who promised to review building regulations in light of the Lakanal House fire. Protesters are anxious that councilors will dispatch homeless residents far from their communities. He said that there are strict requirements in Britain on materials used in cladding and that there was no evidence that those rules had been flouted. Lire la suite »

Tapwrit rallies to win Belmont Stakes


Runner-up Irish War Cry was a standout early in his career, breaking his maiden at first asking and dominating the Holy Bull. He holds 26 meet titles in NY, including 12 at Saratoga. With those two, Pletcher finished first and third on Saturday. "It could not have unfolded any better", Pletcher said. "So at least today he showed some of his true colors, so I'm really happy about that". Lire la suite »

Japan, other nations face difficulties changing US Paris accord decision

Only six countries in the G7 - Britain, Canada, France , Italy , Germany, and Japan - restated their pledge to implement the accord, which has been signed by 195 parties and ratified by 148 countries and regions so far. Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Scott Pruitt was among the loudest critics of the Paris deal in the Trump administration. Pruitt left early to attend Trump's first full Cabinet meeting on Monday. Lire la suite »

Anger mounts over London tower blaze

Currently, at least 17 people have been confirmed dead. They were told that heavy fire doors would keep the fire at bay and allow them to be rescued within an hour but the blaze raged so rapidly that most of those who obeyed the "stay put" instruction were later unable to escape. Lire la suite »

Jelena Ostapenko to take French Open glory in her stride

Fittingly she thumped a backhand victor past Halep to seal victory, before tossing her distinctive green headband into the crowd with a look of disbelief. PARIS - Top-seeded Bianca Andreescu and Carson Branstine beat Olesya Pervushina and Anastasia Potapova of Russian Federation 6-1, 6-3 on Saturday to capture the French Open junior girls' doubles title. Lire la suite »

Mandsaur unrest: Elderly woman along with husband beaten up by MP police

In Mumbai, a marathon meeting between farmers and a committee of senior ministers resulted in a truce after the government said it will immediately waive off loans of farmers with less than 5 acre of land. Before breaking his fast, the Chief Minister said, "Peace has been restored in MP and no case of violence has been reported on Saturday and Sunday". Lire la suite »

Scalise still critical, but expected to recover: Doctor

Scalise, 51, a police officer, a congressional aide and a lobbyist were wounded on Wednesday when a man identified as James Hodgkinson, 66, from the St. Hodgkinson was fatally shot during an exchange of gunfire with police during the rampage. The president said that because of the "tremendous pain and suffering he's now enduring. Lire la suite »

Scalise remains in critical condition after shooting

Griner was in good condition "and in good spirits", Sava said. A sole bullet hit his left hip and tore horizontally tore through his body, causing "substantial damage to bones, internal organs and blood vessels", Sava said. With some "truly wonderful anesthesia care", the team was able to control some of the bleeding and then transfer Scalise to radiology, where he underwent another procedure to control more bleeding, Sava said. Lire la suite »