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White House says no need for special prosecutor on Russia scandal


Like many administrations, the relationship between Trump and the press has been tense. Sanders on Tuesday said, "the president made a swift and decisive action and let Director Comey go" based on the recommendation of Comey's boss , Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, who was confirmed only two weeks ago. Lire la suite »

Mom of Ohio Boy Who Killed Himself Vows He 'Will Be Heard'

Still, Hamilton County Coroner Lakshmi Sammarco told a local radio station she wants the case reopened and investigated as a homicide, according to CNN affiliate WCPO-TV in Cincinnati . Two days later she found her son hanging in his bedroom. Reynolds hired attorney Jennifer Branch to find out what happened to her son. Cincinnati Public Schools is reviewing with faculty and staff the procedures regarding adult supervision in the restrooms, and is committed to student safety, the ... Lire la suite »

La Corée du Nord procède à un nouveau tir de missile balistique

Il s'agit du 2e tir de missile par le régime communiste en presque deux semaine et du premier, quatre jours après l'investiture de Moon Jae-in à la tête de l'Etat. Les choses avaient cependant paru s'apaiser récemment, Donald Trump déclarant même qu'il serait " honoré " de rencontrer le leader nord-coréen Kim Jong-Un. Lire la suite »

NDP and Liberals running neck and neck in tight BC election

The winning party could get by with 44 if it selects a speaker from one of the other parties. UPDATE, 11:30 pm: BC's provincial election is coming down to the wire. The fact of the matter is that the Greens are here, we're going to be a force. The Greens achieved a historic breakthrough by electing three members to the legislature: Leader Andrew Weaver, who kept his seat in Oak Bay-Gordon Head, Adam Olsen, elected to Saanich North and the Islands, and Sonia Furstenau in Cowichan ... Lire la suite »

Le Pen vows to revamp party after huge loss


Mr. Macron won the presidency with 66% of votes against his far-right rival Marine Le Pen's 34%, show the final numbers released by France's Interior Ministry. In August 2014, Hollande named him economy minister within his Socialist government. If he does, he would be able to pick the candidate of his choice to lead the government as prime minister. Lire la suite »

French Ex-PM Valls offers to back Macron in June polls


Emmanuel Macron's victory was seen as a victory for European Union supporters - AFP picPARIS, May 11 - Emmanuel Macron's start-up political party was to announce today the names of several hundred candidates to do battle in a French parliamentary election that will decide how much power the centrist president-elect will enjoy once in office. Lire la suite »

Pakistan violates ceasefire in Rajouri, CM Mehbooba to visit affected people


Mehta says Indian troops returned fire and the gunbattle was still underway Saturday afternoon. Authorities have closed all schools indefinitely in the areas close to the LoC. Livestock in large numbers is also reportedly killed and injured in the shelling. J&K: Ceasefire violation by Pakistan in Nowshera sector of Rajouri , heavy mortar shelling. Lire la suite »

Hasan Minhaj returns to 'The Daily Show' after White House correspondents' dinner


He took aim at Trump, who did not attend the annual event. "That has changed and it only took 100 days", he added, calling himself "the Martin Van Buren of the 21st century". This makes Trump the first president to skip the dinner since Ronald Reagan in 1981, who had been recovering from an assassination attempt. " We have to address the elephant that's not in the room: the leader of our country is not here". Lire la suite »

US Homeland Security: No announcement Friday on laptop ban expansion

The current rule still allows passengers to take phones inside the cabin, but forces them to check any larger electronic items, including laptops and tablets. CNN has reported that US intelligence and law enforcement agencies believe that the Islamic State group and other terrorist organizations have developed new ways to plant explosives in electronic devices that could evade some common airport security screening methods. Lire la suite »

California groups rally against Trump immigration crackdown


In Atlanta, about 200 rallied under gloomy skies holding "ICE Get Out" banners and "Not One More Deportaton" placards to protest recent arrests and deportations of immigrants by Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents, and to call on Atlanta officials to extend more protections to immigrants. Lire la suite »

Kill switch slowly stops the spread of deadly ransomware

But it appears to be "low-level" stuff, given the amounts of ransom demanded, Eisen said Saturday. Tom Griffiths, who was at the hospital for chemotherapy, said several cancer patients had to be sent home because their records or bloodwork couldn't be accessed. Lire la suite »

Is the new health care act boon or bane?

Some 38 percent expect pharmaceutical drug prices to rise in the coming years while a majority are hopeful they will stay where they are or begin to come down. The Washington Post declared this allegation categorically false. A common ground, bipartisan solution to health care? "There is a notable enthusiasm gap: 29 percent strongly oppose the bill, but only 13 percent strongly support it". Lire la suite »

Oil price climbs as Opec offers early consensus on renewed deal

Benchmark Brent crude settled up 24 cents, or 0.5 percent, at $49.34 a barrel. WTI for June delivery traded down more than 1% at around $45.90, after touching a high of $46.78 earlier Tuesday morning. Saudi Arabia's Energy Minister Khalid Al-Falih said he was "confident the agreement will be extended into the second half of the year and possibly beyond", in comments at a conference in Kuala Lumpur . Lire la suite »

Relatives of jailed Venezuelan dissident seek global action


The opposition, which has majority support in Venezuela after years of being in the shadow of the ruling Socialist Party, is demanding that delayed state elections be held and the 2018 presidential vote be brought forward. Anger boiled over Friday in the western municipality of Rosario de Perija, where young protesters burned, pulled down and then smashed a statue of late leader Hugo Chavez, Maduro's late predecessor and mentor. Lire la suite »

U.S. Senate intel panel subpoenas Michael Flynn documents


Robert Kelner, an attorney for Flynn, the U.S. Attorney's Office in Alexandria, the Justice Department and the Federal Bureau of Investigation all declined comment to CNN . Flynn was sacked by President Donald Trump in February, after news reports revealed that the former Army lieutenant general lied to administration officials about his conversations with Russian ambassador Sergey Kislyak before the inauguration. Lire la suite »

Manhunt for hackers behind global cyberattack

These hackers "have caused enormous amounts of disruption- probably the biggest ransomware cyberattack in history", said Graham Cluley, a veteran of the anti-virus industry in Oxford, England. It's also the protocol that today's WannaCry attack is exploiting to rapidly spread from one host to the next around the world, literally at the speed of light. Lire la suite »

Suspect in killing of Arkansas deputy, 2 others surrenders


Lieutenant Mainhart had served the citizens of Yell County as a law enforcement officer for five years and previously retired from the West Memphis Police Department following a career of more than twenty years. According to authorities, the incident unfolded Thursday morning after the sheriff's office received a call about a disturbance at a home on Gum Springs Road. Lire la suite »

Chinese investor visas deserve extreme vetting

And Kushner's attorney said he has divested his interests in the project and will recuse himself from matters concerning EB-5. "Kushner Companies had nothing to do with it", the company said. Allies for reforming the program include Reps. The latest reauthorization was granted through the fiscal 2017 omnibus spending bill that Trump signed on Friday. Lire la suite »

Donald Trump a-t-il tenté d'intimider James Comey?

Interrogé plusieurs fois vendredi sur l'existence ou non d'un système d'enregistrement, le porte-parole de la Maison Blanche Sean Spicer a répondu d'une phrase laconique: " Le président n'a rien d'autre à ajouter ". "Ce sous-entendu qu'il y a une collusion entre les Russes et la campagne Trump a été fabriqué par les Démocrates comme une excuse pour avoir perdu l'élection", prétend-il. Lire la suite »

TVR's Upcoming Sports Car Could Be Called The Griffith


According to Autocar , TVR has filed a trademark for use of the Griffith name. TVR's triumphant return came in 2013 with the announcement that the famed British marque would be building sports cars again. The brand is still one of the most famous sports vehicle makers to come out of Britain, thanks to creations like the Griffith as well as the Tuscan, Chimera and Cerbera. Lire la suite »

South Korea, CIA accused of plot to assassinate Kim Jong


The defector, who now lives in South Korea, said he's anxious that Kim's regime might decide to attack his new home. He also backed U.S. President Donald Trump, who has warned of a " major conflict " with North Korea, and said that he would support Kim's government being toppled by force. Lire la suite »

Marine Le Pen est arrivée en tête dans 45 circonscriptions — Résultats présidentielle

Le mandat de François Hollande expire officiellement dimanche prochain et la passation aura lieu durant le week-end. Selon les résultats définitifs du ministère de l'Intérieur, M. Pour accroître ses chances de rassembler le plus largement, Emmanuel Macron a assoupli la règle qui imposait à un candidat investi par En Marche! de renoncer à son parti d'origine. Lire la suite »