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At least 58 confirmed dead in London tower block fire


Yesterday, Queen Elizabeth and the Duke of Cambridge met volunteers, residents and community representatives while visiting Westway Sports Centre, near the charred remains of the tower block in north Kensington. Three appeals on the JustGiving site have helped to raise the 3 million pounds, and London's Evening Standard newspaper has launched a separate appeal that has raised at least 1.5 million pounds ($1.9 million) by Saturday morning. Read More »

What channel is the 2017 Congressional baseball game on? (TV, stream info)

Capitol Police said they had "no evidence to suggest that the purchases were not lawful". Scalise remains in critical condition at a hospital near the Capitol and has undergone multiple surgeries. Players on both the Republican and Democrat teams will reportedly wear LSU gear during the game in honor of Scalise, who is an avid fan of Tiger baseball. Read More »

Législatives françaises: déception pour les adversaires de la République en Marche

La France insoumise (LFI), parti de gauche radicale de Jean-Luc Mélenchon, et le Parti communiste obtiennent ensemble 13,74%, le Parti socialiste et ses alliés 9,51%, et les listes écologistes 4,30%. L'autre enseignement de ce dimanche de vote est l'effondrement de la gauche , alors que le PS (10%) ne rebondit pas après la présidentielle et que la France insoumise (11%) réalise une contre-performance. Read More »

Judge orders deadlocked Cosby jury to keep deliberating


As the rhythmic drumming continued, Victoria Valentino, a former Playboy bunny from the 1960s who says Cosby assaulted her decades ago, danced to the music on the courthouse steps. The judge in Bill Cosby's sexual assault trial in Pennsylvania ordered the jury to keep deliberating after they informed him late Thursday morning that they were deadlocked. Read More »

No 'proof' on 'collusion' with Russians, Trump says


We know you have all gold errything already, so we got you... confirmation that you're being investigated for obstruction of justice! "The message the president is sending through his tweets is that he believes the rule of law doesn't apply to him and that anyone who thinks otherwise will be fired", Feinstein said. Read More »

Congressman Scalise, shot Wednesday, is improving, doctors report


The Capitol Police Memorial Fund was added as a beneficiary on Wednesday. The game, which dates to 1909 and is a summertime tradition on Capitol Hill, is a rare example of bipartisanship in an increasingly polarized Washington . The Democrats won the game, 11-2. Both sides depicted the event as a unifying experience. Meanwhile, the Federal Bureau of Investigation is still asking northern Virginians for help in trying to determine a motive behind the attack. Read More »

Watch Barack Obama Welcome Jay Z to the Songwriters Hall of Fame

And he showed love to rappers he's had conflicts with in the past, like Jaz, Cam and 'Pac (do your homework if you don't know). As of this writing, we don't know the sex of the babies. "I like to think Mr. Carter and I understand each other ", President Obama said in the clip. An enviable double date would certainly consist of Beyoncé and Jay Z paired with President Obama and Michelle Obama , who have all been spotted together in the past (simply add the always viral Justin Trudeau ... Read More »

Pansare murder accused Gaikwad gets conditional bail


Leftist leader Pansare was shot dead by two unidentified persons in 2014 when he was returning home from his morning walk. While the state will challenge Gaikwad's bail, Pansare's family members said they were pained by the development. Strongly opposing the bail, Special Public Prosecutor Harshad Nimbalkar argued that if released on bail, the accused would attempt to influence witnesses in the case or even abscond. Read More »

Trump administration decides to let 'Dreamers' stay in US


The Trump administration "now says it won't go backward on DACA", said Cecillia Wang, deputy legal director at the American Civil Liberties Union, in a tweet. Thankfully, the executive order never went into effect, because of a lawsuit by 26 states and an injunction ultimately upheld by the Supreme Court a year ago. Read More »

Harman leads through 54 holes at US Open

Faced with the option of putting through the rough or pulling out a wedge and chipping off the eighth green, Rickie Fowler chose the latter. Fleetwood's good play over the past week speaks for itself, but asked about it after his second-round 70, it was the influence of his friend that was helping him more than anything else. Read More »

Melania Trump and son Barron move into the White House


The tweet was the second social media lash out from Trump towards the fired Federal Bureau of Investigation director since Comey's dramatic testimony before the Senate Intelligence Committee on Thursday. Two weeks earlier, Trump had invited Comey to a private dinner at the White House: just the two of them. When White House press secretary Sean Spicer was asked as to when the president would comment about the tapes' existence, he answered, "When he's ready". Read More »

58 people missing and presumed dead in London fire; number may increase

Police said the death toll could change. Residents had long complained about fire safety risks at Grenfell Tower during a refurbishment project completed a year ago, but said their concerns went unheeded. "I would break the rules more than what I would have done", he said. London's Metropolitan Police confirmed Friday that at least 30 people died in this week's fire which swept through a residential tower block in west London . Read More »

Admin revokes blocked program to protect immigrant parents


The program does not give them residency status, but temporarily protects them from deportation and allows them to work legally. Kelly, an appointee of President Trump , rescinded the 2014 order on the five-year anniversary of the implementation of the DACA program . Read More »

Republicans warn Trump not to fire special counsel Robert Mueller

On Tuesday night White House spokeswoman Sarah Huckabee Sanders told reporters flying with Trump on Air Force One that the president wasn't going to fire Mueller, tamping down such rumors. Sessions recused himself from all matters having to do with the Trump-Russia investigation because of his own conversations with Russian officials during the Trump transition. Read More »

BBC pulls documentary featuring Grenfell Tower victim


The brothers had been due to join the Syria Solidarity Campaign on Saturday to take part in The Great Get Together, celebrating the life of murdered MP Jo Cox and marking Refugee Week. "I mourn the tragic loss of a wonderful young woman", he posted. She added: "Khadija's story is inspirational, it needs to be told". " She was with a group of people in the fire escape, in the fire stairs, they live on the 20th floor ", said Ruiz, while appealing for information. Read More »

Theresa May tries to quell public anger, meets fire victims

Guardian reporter Jamie Grierson has been tweeting the posters of the missing. Questions are growing about how the flames spread so quickly, engulfing the tower's 120 apartments in what fire chiefs said was an unprecedented blaze. One member of Parliament has called for corporate manslaughter charges after learning flammable material was used to clad the building during a recent renovation. Read More »

Cristiano Ronaldo to leave Real Madrid? The latest odds on his future

Former Real president Ramon Calderon told The Sun that Ronaldo loved United and Madrid may just have to let him go. Real Madrid issued a statement fully supporting the player, claiming they were "absolutely convinced of his innocence", but Marca alleges that Ronaldo is unsatisfied with the club over their attempts to defend him on the matter. Read More »

US Deputy Attorney General Assures Congress of Special Counsel Independence

Mueller was appointed special counsel for the Russian Federation investigation after Trump fired FBI Director James Comey early last month. "While the president has the right to, he has no intention to do so", White House Deputy Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders told reporters aboard Air Force One flying back from Wisconsin to Washington DC. Read More »

Several sailors' bodies found on stricken Navy destroyer

The Navy says it remains unclear how long it will take to gain access to the spaces inside the damaged destroyer in order to search for the missing crew members. At least three other crew members, including the captain, were injured. A tweet from Commander Naval Forces Japan said, "Divers were able to access the space and found a number of sailors". Read More »

Honour for Westminster attack Pc Keith Palmer who paid 'ultimate price'


Metropolitan Police commissioner Cressida Dick, said: "Keith acted that day with no thought for his own safety, intent simply on doing his job and protecting members of the public and Parliament". Television presenter Gloria Hunniford, who lost her daughter Caron Keating to cancer, gets an OBE for services to cancer charities through breast screening services and cancer support. Read More »

Condition of USA lawmaker shot by anti-Trump gunman improves to 'serious'


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 ". "He's going to be OK". Clyburn charged that Trump "is allowed to hide behind political correctness to say all kinds of things about people, and I'm a little bit sick and exhausted of people saying anything they want to say about anyone they want to say it about". Read More »

Portuguese radio says 25 people killed in forest fires

A huge forest fire in central Portugal killed at least 25 people and injured 20 others, majority burning to death in their cars, the government said Sunday. In comments quoted by AFP , Portuguese Prime Minister Antonio Costa said: "Unfortunately this seems to be the greatest tragedy we have seen in recent years in terms of forest fires". Read More »

Theresa May called a 'coward' after meeting Grenfell fire victims

The mayor for London has demanded for better help from the government in an open letter published on Twitter, adding that other people living in tower blocks were "terrified". She told the Standard: "It's good for people to get their voices heard. They feel the Government and local council haven't done enough to help them in the aftermath of this horrific incident, or to provide answers to their increasingly urgent questions". Read More »