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Top CNN Reporter Blasts 'Useless' Sean Spicer and 'Stonewalling' White House


Acosta's colleague, Sara Murray of CNN, reports that Spicer offered "thoughts and prayers" from the White House to the victims of the terror attack in London. Acosta responded he had nothing to share on that, "because of the stonewalling that we're getting over at the White House". Acosta speculated that the reason The White House has turned off the cameras is that "they want their evasive answers not saved for posterity". Read More »

Airbus A380 upgrade waits in the wings at Paris Airshow


Airbus last week revised down its forecast for the A380 category by six percent to 1,184 aircraft, though at four percent of total deliveries this remains more optimistic than Boeing. "The A380plus is an efficient way to offer even better economics and improved operational performance at the same time", said Airbus COO for customers John Leahy . Read More »

L'Arabie saoudite va lancer un bouquet pour concurrencer beIN Sports


Pour casser le monopole du réseau qatari de télévision beIn Sports , l'Arabie Saoudite devrait lancer, à partir de 21 juin, son propre bouquet baptisé Pbs Sports . " Une première chaîne sera initialement lancée en tant que plateforme promotionnelle du réseau". Mais avec la reprise des championnats cinq autres chaines seront lancées avant d'atteindre les 11 prévues. Read More »

Virat Kohli proud of India's performance in Champions Trophy despite losing final

Virat Kohli paid tribute to victors Pakistan and acknowledged India had been outplayed in all departments in a one-sided ICC Champions Trophy final . "However, our batting and bowling were up to the task today", he concluded. Even India captain Virat Kohli was impressed. When the fit-again Amir, who missed his side's semi-final win due to a back spasm, removed India's risky top three in a magnificent opening spell, Pakistan were in complete command. Read More »

Showers and thunderstorms, high near 81 — TODAY'S FORECAST

The primary threat with these storms will be damaging wind gusts. TUESDAY-WEDNESDAY: As of now, we'll stick with partly cloudy skies, but we could see some showers and thunderstorms move in pending on what happens with Invest 93L, a tropical disturbance located near the Yucatan Peninsula Sunday afternoon. Read More »

Praise galore: Trump's surreal cabinet meeting


In a video he posted on Twitter Monday afternoon, Schumer is sitting around a table with his staffers, who are taking turns complimenting their boss. He declared himself one of the most productive presidents in USA history - perhaps Franklin Roosevelt could come close, he conceded - and proclaimed a "record-setting pace" of accomplishment. Read More »

London attack on Muslim worshippers: What we know

It's now the Muslim holy month of Ramadan, when people attend prayers at night. Metropolitan Police Deputy Assistant Commissioner Neil Basu said that the incident at the Finsbury Park mosque is "being treated as a terrorist attack." "All my thoughts are with the victims, their families and the emergency services on the scene". Read More »

Rajinikath preparing to enter politics, says TN Hindu party chief


Hindu Makkal Katchi President Arjun Sampath on Monday said he has urged superstar Rajinikanth to join politics and was told he was "in preparation" for it. The BJP then immediately invited him to join the party. However, the actor neither said yes nor no to the leadership. Sampath further said that the actor expressed his desire to work for Tamil Nadu and the country. Read More »

Van Hits Pedestrians Near London Mosque In Possible Terrorist Attack

If this attack had happened near the steps of St. Paul's, it would likely be dominating global news on Monday. "The second this month and every bit as sickening as those of which have come before", May said. She said her thoughts were with the injured, their loved ones and emergency officials who responded to the incident. Witnesses said that an imam from the mosque protected the driver of the van from angry members of the public until the police could arrive. Read More »

Finsbury Park attack: Man dies as van hits worshippers

London police, already stretched by a series of major incidents around the capital, are putting more officers on the street to reassure the public after a driver plowed into a crowd of people leaving a mosque early Monday. He will be given a mental health evaluation. "Today's attack falls at a hard time in the life of this city, following on from the attack on London Bridge two weeks ago - and of course the unimaginable tragedy of Grenfell Tower last week", May said. Read More »

Dead After Van Hits Pedestrians in London

Witnesses described hearing the van driver, who was detained by members of the public at the scene, shout: "I'm going to kill Muslims ". Flags will be flown at full mast again tomorrow. British Prime Minister Theresa May said police were investigating as a terrorist incident. "Muslims in the West will quickly find themselves between one of two choices, they either apostatize. Read More »

58 people presumed dead in London tower fire

Families who have lost their homes must be supported, he said, grieving people must be helped and lessons must be learned following the tragedy, including ensuring it is not "so hard" for those who need help to find it. People protest demanding answers over the Grenfell Tower fire, in London , Friday June 16, 2017. Around 70 people are missing, according to Britain's Press Association, and identification of the victims is proving very hard. Read More »

May says attack on Muslims near mosque is "sickening"

As for the deceased, it's now unclear if the victim's death was caused by the van assault as officials have noted that the person was receiving first aid when the conflict unfolded. Notts Police are urging communities to "stand together" following the terror attack on a London mosque in which one person was killed. "Horrible attack on mosque attendees in London ". Read More »

BJP prepared for mid-term polls: Fadnavis

Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis reiterated that his BJP was ready for mid-term elections in Maharashtra and would win on its own strength in a reaction to Sena MP Sanjay Raut's recent comments that the party would withdraw support to BJP if it failed to announce a complete farm loan waiver. Read More »

Abbas extends condolences over Portugal deadly forest fire


A man on the balcony of a house looks up at a forest fire raging on a hillside above the village of Avelar, central Portugal, before sunrise Sunday, June 18, 2017. Secretary of State for the Interior Jorge Gomes said 57 people burned to death, mostly trapped in their cars engulfed by flames in the Leiria region. Read More »

Jared Kushner's business dealings come under scrutiny in Russian Federation probe

At the time of that report it was not clear that the FBI was investigating Kushner's business dealings. Kushner previously volunteered to share with Congress what he knows about Russia-related matters. In the days following Trump's firing of Comey on May 9 and before Mueller's appointment, the obstruction-of-justice investigation of the president began, according to people familiar with the matter. Read More »

Blue Apron launches IPO roadshow under shadow of Amazon's Whole Foods deal


The IPO price range it issued on Wednesday implies a valuation of up to $3.2 billion. That's up from a valuation of $2 billion the last time Blue Apron raised money from private investors, in 2015. Blue Apron filed for the IPO on June 1 without disclosing the size of the sale, after reportedly delaying listing preparations while it worked to improve financials. Read More »

Theresa May perd sa majorité absolue avant de négocier le Brexit — GB

Le négociateur en chef de l'UE sur le Brexit , Michel Barnier, a laissé entendre que l'UE était prête à laisser un peu de temps à Londres avant d'ouvrir les discussions. Le parti libéral-démocrate britannique a indiqué dans la nuit de jeudi à vendredi, via Twitter, exclure la possibilité d'une coalition avec les conservateurs de Theresa May en vue de la formation d'un gouvernement au Royaume-Uni. Read More »

Australia Optimistic About Confederations Cup

The Confederations Cup will undoubtedly provide the platform for Kimmich to convince Carlo Ancelotti to use him more at German champion Bayern. "The competition will be extremely valuable for the development of the team and each individual player", Bierhoff said. Read More »

Illinois man accused of stomping kitten to death


Clair County Sheriff's Department Capt. Bruce Fleshren . He then jumped on a bus before anyone had time to react. After killing the kitten, Johnson-Foston boarded a bus, according to police records. "If you can not or will not take care of an animal, please take it to the nearest shelter for proper care". Police believe the horrific scene was caught on surveillance video. Read More »

Next DLC, VR Spinoff Previewed in New Clips


Here's a new trailer showing the DLC episode's intense action and scenes. Not to mention, the footage also touches on some of the DLC's story as well, as Prompto is on a quest to understand his origins. Final Fantasy XV is available on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One and DLC Episode Prompto will launch on June 27, 2017. The teaser trailer released at the Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) 2017 showcases major changes from the " Final Fantasy XV " spinoff's version shown previous year at the ... Read More »