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Anger mounts over London fire

Queen Elizabeth II marked her official birthday Saturday by saying Britain remains "resolute in the face of adversity" after the horrendous fire and recent extremist attacks in London and Manchester . Residents and neighbors are demanding answers for how the blaze spread so quickly after reports said contractors installed a cheaper, less flame-resistant type of exterior paneling in a renovation of Grenfell Tower that ended in May 2016. Read More »

How Many Millions Does Trump Owe Lenders?

The document covers January 2016 to April of this year. His sons Eric and Donald Jr . are in charge of the trust that holds all of Trump's business assets, of which he is a beneficiary and can draw money from any time he wants. The private club doubled its initiation fee to $200,000 after Trump's election. It does not reveal the taxes paid by the president. One is planned for the tourist island of Bali, the other near Jakarta. Read More »

"C'est un grand plaisir d'accueillir Charles Michel" — Trudeau


De son côté Charles Michel explique qu'ils partagent les mêmes ambitions communes "la sécurité, la liberté et les valeurs fondamentales" et leur volonté d'être "tournés vers l'avenir". Pour la première visite d'un Premier ministre belge depuis 23 ans au Canada, Charles Michel avec humour a remercié son homologue de lui avoir fait goûter "la poutine, un plat typique que je ne connaissais pas". Read More »

United Kingdom police: 58 dead and presumed dead in London blaze

London police expect the toll to rise but it could take months to search the building and identify the victims. There are questions about why the block was not fitted with sprinklers or a central smoke alarm, as well as whether the recent refurbishment - including the use of cladding that was blamed for worsening previous building fires in France, the United Arab Emirates and Australia - helped fuel the flames. Read More »

Federal Bureau of Investigation won't release Comey's Trump memos

Friday's tweets are the latest in a week of angry social media responses by the president over a report by The Washington Post that Mueller was looking into whether Trump obstructed justice. Now, however, his obsessive attacks take on legal meaning - perhaps instances of obstruction of justice in and of themselves, or, at the very least, powerful evidence that Trump would have tried just about anything to throw the Federal Bureau of Investigation off the trail. Read More »

Bodies of 7 Missing US Sailors Found in Destroyer Damaged in Collision


The US 7th Fleet said in a statement that the crash damaged two berthing spaces, a machinery room and the radio room. The sailors were being transferred to Naval Hospital Yokosuka, where they will be identified, the Navy said. The ship, an Arleigh Burke-class guided missile destroyer, normally carries about 300 sailors and officers. Situated at the approach to Tokyo bay, Yokosuka and the waters to its south are a busy commercial waterway plied by commercial vessels sailing to and ... Read More »

'Daily Show' Trump Twitter Library Extends Hours "Due To Popular Demand"


U.S. President Donald Trump received a special library to celebrate his birthday, which slipped by quietly on June 14. While a large majority of Americans think that Donald Trump should be spending less time on Twitter , The Daily Show is memorializing the President's zealous activity on the social media platform . Read More »

Virginia Governor Calls for Gun Control after Shooting


The shooter was identified as James T. Hodgkinson, a 66-year-old home inspector from IL who had several minor run-ins with the law in recent years and belonged to a Facebook group called "Terminate the Republican Party". And it took just a little more than an hour after news of the shooting broke for one political commentator to begin politicizing the brazen attack. Read More »

ALERT: Rep. Steve Scalise's Condition Has Been Upgraded to "Serious"

House Majority Whip Steve Scalise listens during an interview in NY on October 8, 2014. Sava says infection remains a risk, after doctors performed several surgeries to stop bleeding and begin repairing abdominal and bone damage. "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". Read More »

U.S. destroyer nearly foundered after collision, bodies found - Seventh Fleet

The USS Fitzgerald , flanked by two tug boats and other support vessels, was listing to its right as it slowly approached the port at the Yokosuka Naval Base, south of Tokyo. Aucoin was asked if damage on the starboard side indicated the USA ship could have been at fault but he declined to speculate on the cause of the collision. Read More »

Britain, EU to begin Brexit negotiations Monday


As well as meeting with DUP leader Arlene Foster, May is also set to travel to Paris later Tuesday to meet French President Emmanuel Macron to discuss how to tackle online extremism. Ms Foster dismissed suggestions her deal with the Tories threatened the peace process. "What would happen then?" "The intent is to ensure that we have the stability of government in the national interest". Read More »

Canoe returns to Hawaii after around-the-world voyage


The crew of the Hokulea used only those techniques to make the journey. The voyage is perpetuating traditional navigating methods that brought the first Polynesians to Hawaii. No need to remember your password or log in, just click. Crewmembers of the worldwide voyage were mindful to incorporate that into daily life. She says she enjoyed eating the fish that the crew caught during the journey. Read More »

A hard Brexit looms large for Britain

With the Australian government planning to raise fees and cut university funding , looked at the question of whether the UK Labour leader's idea - which helped deliver the party a better than expected result in the election - was "as insane as it sounds". Read More »

Scalise's doctor hopes for 'excellent recovery' despite risk


The bullet struck Scalise in the hip, and traveled across his body, shattering bones and passing through internal organs, causing major internal bleeding. Tim Walberg. Mr Scalise was shot as he fielded at second base during practice for an annual Republicans-Democrats baseball game . Colleagues who visited Scalise, including House Speaker Paul Ryan , sounded generally upbeat, but spoke more in terms of hopes than the confident predictions of the immediate aftermath a day earlier. Read More »

Gunman went to Republican baseball practice with a list of names

Scalise , the third-ranking GOP leader in the House, "continues to show signs of improvement", MedStar Washington Hospital Center said in a statement released on behalf of his family. He says, "They ran right into the fire" and saved a lot of lives. He was one of five people injured from gunshots during the shooting but the only congressman who was hit. Read More »

Luka Modric on Real Madrid's Champions League success


Ronaldo and Real Madrid made history on Saturday, after defeating Juventus 4-1 in the UCL final, taking their Champions League trophies to 12. And as the team arrived back home at the Santiago Bernabeu, the Portuguese took centre stage as he sang about another Ballon d'Or coming his way to draw him level with Barcelona foe and five-time victor Lionel Messi. Read More »

London tower block fire may delay Theresa May's agreement with the DUP

The Tories need the support of 10 DUP MPs to form the government in the United Kingdom after they failed to win a majority in the general elections. In an attempt to fight back over repeated reports over the Northern Ireland right-wing party's views on social issues, the party hopes to form a deal with the Conservatives. Read More »

Student released from North Korea has severe neurological injury


He was alleged to have stolen a propaganda and was charged with committing "crimes against the state". The 22-year-old University of Virginia student was taken by ambulance to a hospital. His father, Mr Fred Warmbier said at the news conference his son was "brutalised and terrorised" by the North Korean regime. The North Korean government said Warmbier's injuries were caused by botulism . Read More »

Mechanic on Va. shooter: 'There was so much anger'


Investigators have not determined the objective of the list and they are still trying to determine its meaning. The FBI recovered the list, which was reportedly handwritten by suspect James Hodgkinson, who shot House Majority Whip Steve Scalise and several others before he was killed by Capitol Police. Read More »

Trump bashes probes into his 'non-dealings' with Russian Federation

While a sitting president is unlikely to face criminal prosecution, obstruction of justice could form the basis for impeachment. But it was released shortly after The Washington Post reported - citing unnamed U.S. The emergence of the obstruction of justice inquiry may make it more hard for Trump to have Mueller removed. "It is in everybody's best interests if we let him do his job". Read More »

Ryan and Pelosi back 'Team Scalise' at Congressional baseball ga

Scalise remains in critical condition at a hospital near the Capitol and has undergone multiple surgeries. Scalise, Tyson Foods lobbyist Matt Mika, congressional aide Zach Barth and US Capitol Police officer Crystal Griner were shot during an attack on the Republican congressional baseball team as it practiced Wednesday morning. Read More »

Representative Scalise's condition upgraded to 'serious' after shooting


Though Scalise was conscious at the scene after he was shot and his office said he talked to his wife before his first surgery, he was in shock by the time he arrived at the hospital, according to Sava. Supporters of House Majority Whip Steve Scalise , R-La., hold signs before the Congressional baseball game , Thursday, June 15, 2017, in Washington . Read More »

Emmanuel Macron's alliance on track for huge parliamentary majority: Odoxa poll

Those are the highest predictions of the campaign to date, and follow record-low voter turnout in the first round . Last Sunday's first round of voting saw the party garner 32.3 percent of the vote . Far-right National Front leader Marine Le Pen is voting in the depressed northern town of Henin-Beaumont, where she is running for a parliament seat. Read More »