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Congressman Scalise Still in Serious Condition, but Showing Improvement: Hospital


President Donald Trump sent a video message to the game, highlighting Scalise who remains in critical condition on Thursday after several surgeries. "I know you all will be playing extra hard tonight for Steve", Trump said. A statement released by Scalise's office shortly after the shooting had said the congressman was in good spirits and had spoken to his wife by phone. Read More »

57 dead in central Portugal wildfires; many killed in cars


It happened in Pedrogao Grande - a mountainous region in the centre of the country, around 150 kilometres northeast of Lisbon. Firefighters of the Portuguese National Republican Guard work to stop a forest fire from reaching the village of Avelar, central Portugal. Read More »

Nearly 60 killed as forest fires sweep across central Portugal

More than 350 soldiers were joining Sunday the 700 firefighters who were struggling to put out the blaze since Saturday, the government said. Cars drive past a burnt auto on the road between Castanheira de Pera and Figueiro dos Vinhos, central Portugal , on Sunday, June 18 2017. Read More »

20,98 % de participation à 12 h — Législatives


Ballottage favorable aussi pour le candidat LREM dans la 2e circonscription, celle d'Héricourt-Lure-Luxeuil, puisque Christophe Lejeune a viré avec 32,3% des suffrages contre 20% au frontiste Maurice Monnier . Découvrez en temps réel tous les résultats du second tour des élections législatives, circonscription par circonscription et commune par commune. Au premier tour, la participation était seulement de 49,77%. Read More »

Alex Neil: SNP focus on indyref2 hurt party at election

Before the election, five people died during a vehicle and knife attack near Parliament on March 22. "John, personally I wouldn't go and do it - I tempt you to go and talk to Brenda in Bristol". Scotland voted by 55 percent against independence in a 2014 referendum, but the defeated nationalists voted en masse for the SNP in 2015 handing them 56 out of the 59 seats in Scotland. Read More »

Escaped Ga. Inmates Who Killed 2 Guards Captured In Tennessee, Police Say

The vehicle then crashed, and the suspects went through a wooded area where they attempted to steal another auto from a home, authorities said. It showed the two men tattooed and exhausted. The escapees tied the man up with a belt and put socks on his hands so that he could not use his fingers, the sheriff said. They also ate a beef stew the woman had been preparing, took valuables and clothing, and ordered the man and woman to concoct a story that would hide their identities. Read More »

EU Brexit chief tells Britain not to waste time

He also called on May's government to consult more with other parties ahead of upcoming Brexit talks, which are due to start on June 19 but, like the Queen's speech, could face delays amid the ongoing political upheaval in the United Kingdom. Read More »

Rosenstein knew Comey would be fired

On Monday, speculation was stoked that Trump was considering terminating Mueller, after a confidante of the president suggested it was under consideration. Still, it took until Tuesday night for the White House to actually dispute Ruddy's suspicion. The notion was dismissed by senior White House aides later Monday evening, who said that Ruddy does not speak for the president. Read More »

Democrats and Republicans show unity on ballfield to honor wounded colleague


Top Republican politician Steve Scalise's condition has been upgraded from critical to serious after he was gunned down at a party baseball practice outside Washington . "I would say that when he arrived, he was in critical condition with an imminent risk of death". Instead of wearing hats representing their home teams, as is the normal tradition, this year players on both teams wore Louisiana State University hats in honor of Scalise, a Louisiana Republican , for part of the game. Read More »

I want you hired: Trump calls for a nation of apprentices

Before signing the EO, President Trump said the objective of the order will be to "remov [e] federal restrictions that have prevented many different industries from creating apprenticeship programs". He said that he has been pushing for decades to get these training opportunities extended into high schools, the way they are in countries like Germany and Switzerland, but that his efforts have been roundly defeated by those concerned that job-skills programs limit certain students' options. Read More »

'Sombre' Britain prepares for historic Brexit talks

Fighting for her political survival, May has been trying to strike a deal with a small Northern Irish Protestant party to avoid a second election that could delay Brexit talks and damage the $2.5 trillion economy. Scottish Conservative leader Ruth Davidson, who is newly influential after winning 13 seats in Scotland, has said Britain should prioritise "freedom to trade and our economic growth". Read More »

ICJ asks India to make submission by Sep 13 in Kulbhushan case


The next hearing in the case would be decided by the ICJ President after the two countries submit their respective documents, he said. On June 13, the ICJ fixed September 13 for India to file its "memorial" and December 23 for Pakistan to file is "counter-memorial", said an ICJ press statement Friday. Read More »

Scalise upgraded from critical to serious


The person says investigators aren't sure of the significance of the names and it's not clear whether this was a list of people the attacker was targeting. Hodgkinson, was shot by police and later died of his wounds. Federal authorities are investigating Hodgkinson's motives, including examining social media posts that included anti-Trump and anti-Republican sentiments. Read More »

White House Wants More Flexible Russia-Sanctions Deal From Congress


That provision also mandates that Congress approve any easing of sanctions against the Kremlin. If passed in the House of Representatives and signed into law by Trump, it would put into law sanctions previously established via former President Barack Obama's executive orders, including some on Russian energy projects. Read More »

Straily, Bour boost Marlins' shutout of Braves


One night after being shut out, Atlanta's offense roared to life again and the Braves have recorded 37 runs in their past five games - rallying to win on Brandon Phillips' walkoff single in the bottom of the 10th on Saturday. Foltynewicz, who pitched two innings of relief against Miami on April 11, beat the Marlins with six innings of one-run, six-hit pitching on May 12. Miami Marlins Ichiro Suzuki hits a singe to bring in a run in the fifth inning of a baseball game against the Atlanta ... Read More »

U.S. military service members in Afghanistan injured in insider attack


The base is the headquarters of the 209th Corps of the Afghan National Army and is located near the city of Mazar-e Sharif. Last week, a Taliban infiltrator in the Afghan army shot two US soldiers dead before being killed. fatalities. U.S. Officials say most of these attacks stem from cultural misunderstandings or grudges between Afghan and foreign troops, not necessarily a Taliban or terrorist plot. Read More »

FBI Denies FOIA Request for Comey Memos

Rosenstein is the government lawyer responsible for overseeing the investigation into the Trump campaign's alleged collusion with Russian Federation during the 2016 presidential election , with Attorney General Jeff Sessions having recused himself from the probe . Read More »

Emmanuel Macron casts ballot in French parliamentary vote

While many suggested it was the result of voting fatigue, to some it's a dent in Macron's apparent success, (his effective share of the country's voter based was 15 per cent, given the low turnout) and one which could point to some of the problems that lie ahead for him as he starts to roll out his agenda. Read More »

Conrad Roy III's family breaks their silence after Michelle Carter is convicted

The woman, Michelle Carter , faces a maximum 20-year prison term in a widely watched prosecution in a state that has no law forbidding people from encouraging suicide. No more pain. It's OK to be scared and it's normal. "If you emit 3200 ppm of it for five to ten mins you will die within a half hour", she wrote. Carter had waived her right to a jury trial, meaning that members of the community did not render the verdict; Moniz acted exclusively as jury. Read More »

Governors in both parties reject health care bill passed by House


When the U.S. House finally sent the Republicans' American Health Care Act to the Senate on May 4, consensus was that it was dead on arrival. Senate leaders had hoped to at least have a healthcare bill on Trump's desk by June, which means they have less than two weeks to hammer out tough details, such as when to rollback the Medicaid portion that covers people who can't afford healthcare. Read More »

Trump vs Comey looks set to run

Schumer has insisted that Trump's testimony could be done in a "dignified" manner, but there is a is doubt whether McConnell would agree to seeking such testimony. Comey, who had repeatedly told Trump he meant to stay, said he thought the president was trying to create a "patronage" relationship by hinting that Comey's job depended on pledging loyalty to Trump. Read More »

Steve Scalise has more surgery as authorities track shooter's path


Hospital officials said it is hard to predict how long the congressman will be in the hospital, but that he is expected to be able to walk and hopefully run after a period of rehabilitation. Hodgkinson died after being shot by police. "I think that his risk of death right now is substantially lower than when he came in. he was as critical as you can be when he came in". Read More »