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He speaks! Top White House aide Kushner gives rare remarks

Kushner , the son-in-law of President Donald Trump , will be accompanied by Jason Greenblatt, a Trump assistant and special representative for global negotiations. We are here to improve the day to day lives of the average citizen. Kushner , who reportedly will arrive in Israel on Wednesday, is scheduled to meet in Jerusalem with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and in Ramallah with Palestinian Authority P resident Mahmoud Abbas. Read More »

Hidden trove of suspected Nazi artifacts found in Argentina


A knife with Nazi markings is seen at the Interpol headquarters in Buenos Aires, Argentina, Friday, June 16, 2017. "Our first investigations indicate that these are original pieces", Argentine security minister Patricia Bullrich told The Associated Press on Monday, saying that some pieces were accompanied by old photographs. Read More »

Microsoft Wants To Bring Xbox Emulation Onto The PC

The fact that Microsoft is not making a profit on the Xbox One X now, however, could not be considered surprising at all. "I look at Pro as more of a competitor to S than I do to Xbox One X", Spencer told Eurogamer . Instead, Microsoft made a decision to focus on highlighting the device's powerful hardware: The Xbox One X , which was previously known under the code name " Project Scorpio ", features a 172MHz graphics processing engine capable of processing 6 teraflops. Read More »

GOP Chair apologizes for comments about Va. shooting, 6th District


Tom Price. Handel, the former Georgia secretary of state, topped almost a dozen other Republicans with just under 20 percent of the total vote. - Donald J. Yet Ossoff barely mentions the president, talking instead in generalities about "restoring civility" and the importance of Congress as an oversight body. Read More »

Pentagon sees more 'agility' with new power on Afghan troops levels


The former businessman quickly agreed to launching an air strike on Syria in April, and subsequently handed over control of troop levels in both Syria and Iraq to the Pentagon. The announcement comes one day after Defense Secretary James Mattis acknowledged the " not winning " in Afghanistan, almost 16 years after it embarked on a campaign to oust the Taliban from that country. Read More »

The Supreme Court to hear case on political gerrymandering

By a vote of 5-4, the court also granted Wisconsin Attorney General Brad Schimel's application for a stay in the redistricting case , Gill v. Whitford . Supreme Court to decide whether partisan... But the court has not ruled on "purely partisan gerrymanders " since 2004, as NPR's Nina Totenberg reported: "In 2004, a four-member Supreme Court plurality all but ruled out challenges to even extreme partisan gerrymanders , while four members of the court would have allowed some ... Read More »

Britain, EU begin formal Brexit talks


The meeting came after pressure from Brussels to set a date close to 19 June , as the European Council three days later would be a good chance for Barnier to inform the EU-27 about how the negotiations are to take place. Barnier, a former French minister, has voiced impatience in the past that Britain has taken almost a year to open talks. Mr Hammond also said that while he believed failure to reach a deal with the European Union "would be a very, very bad outcome for Britain", a possible ... Read More »

Apple top vendor with $218B IT revenue in 2016


In the top five, Apple and Samsung retain their positions as first and second, but Google has climbed from #5 in 2015 to #3 in the latest ladder. Google's revenue increase - up from $75 billion in 2015 - also saw it leapfrog over IBM at $78 billion, which last year held fourth place but has now dropped back to fifth - the spot held last year by Google. Read More »

Champions Trophy 2017: Fakhar, Amir were Pakistan's heroes: Kumar Sangakkara


The caption of the photo read, 'Pakistan supporters burst crackers in downtown Srinagar to celebrate Pakistan cricket team's victory over India in the Champions Trophy final on Sunday'. Afridi also put the Champions Trophy triumph on the same pedestal as the 1992 World Cup victory. Pakistan came into the tournament as the lowest-ranked side (eight) and not many expected them to play the final after the 124-run defeat they faced in Birmingham against India in their tournament ... Read More »

New headhunters are here: Google aims to become employment engine


The company announced this initiative at its I/O conference. Google will only show the site with the most comprehensive details about a particular job listing. Google will introduce more filters and information to the Jobs search feature in the future. Users will also able to search alerts for their job search and will get an email notification when there are new employment opportunities available. Read More »

More Bad News For Jared Kushner as Mueller Follows the Money

In a tweet Thursday morning, Trump, who has been putting together his own team of outside lawyers to represent him, called the Post's report Wednesday that he is being investigated for collusion "phony". The president fired Flynn in February after just 24 days on the job when he learned that the former Marine lieutenant general lied to Vice President Mike Pence about his conversations with Ambassador Kislyak. Read More »

Recharge smartphone, transfer funds via Hike Wallet


Digital transactions in India have surged after Prime Minister Narendra Modi's shock ban of certain high-value bank notes in November that accounted for almost 85% of the country's currency in circulation at the time. The wallet supports the Unified Payment Interface or UPI, and can be used for free, instant bank-to-bank transfers, instant money transfers via the wallet and phone recharging inside the Messenger. Read More »

Scalise Upgraded From Critical To Serious Condition


He has shown continued signs of improvement and is talking to his loved ones. The family of House Majority Whip Steve Scalise said Sunday this Father's Day has a special meaning one day after Scalise underwent a third surgery after being shot last Wednesday by a man who was reportedly distraught over President Donald Trump's election. Read More »

Black mother slain by Seattle police battled mental health decline

That's when two officers shot and killed the woman. Lyles was Black. Her family told The Seattle Times that it believes race was a motivator in her death. You can then hear a ruckus, followed by the cops telling someone to get back, and then there is the sound of gunfire . The Seattle Times , The Seattle Patch and KIRO7 News have all reported on Lyles' criminal record. Read More »

EU, Britain possible to strike 'fair deal'

Barnier hailed that the first session was "important", "open", and "useful indeed to start off on the right foot as the clock is ticking ". "My clear view - and I believe the view of the majority of people in Britain - is that we should prioritize protecting jobs, protecting economic growth and protecting prosperity as we enter those negotiations and take them forward", he said last week. Read More »

Otto Warmbier, Student Released Released From North Korean Prison, Has Died

While there was no physical evidence he was beaten, doctors said that Warmbier had suffered "extensive loss of brain tissue", suggesting he had lost blood supply to his brain for a period of time. A U.S. official said earlier on Monday that the United States was concerned for the welfare of those still in custody and that, "we definitely would like to see them return home as soon as possible". Read More »

Dems hit secrecy of GOP health care bill, threaten delays

Senate Democrats plan to go all out in their protest against the GOP healthcare bill starting Monday night. Senate Republicans have sought to minimize public disagreement with their measure by holding all health care discussions behind closed doors as Senate leaders race to craft a bill that could garner the 50 votes needed for passage. Read More »

Les propos sexistes hallucinants d'un député suite à sa défaite aux légistalives


Après cette énorme remarque misogyne (sans parler de toutes celles du 45 président des Etats-Unis, Donald Trump , pendant la campagne américaine, pour ne citer qu'elles), on peut désormais s'attendre à tout niveau sexisme ordinaire. À titre de comparaison, François Rochebloine affirme avoir été, durant ses six mandats, "disponible 24 heures sur 24, 7 jours sur 7 et 365 jours par an au détriment de [sa] vie familiale". Read More »

Hamas: ISIS didn't kill female Israeli soldier


It now reads: "Israeli policewoman stabbed to death in Jerusalem ". The trio were all shot dead at the scene. Israeli officials, in turn, denied that Hamas was responsible. In addition, Israeli forces closed off Deir Abu-Mash'al, the Ramallah-area village where the three Palestinians who carried out Friday's attack were from. Read More »

Brexit talks begin with hopes of constructive deal

Britain and the European Union began their first formal Brexit negotiations Monday, under pressure to seal a deal amid disarray in London over whether to go for a hard or soft divorce. British Secretary of State David Davis pauses before speaking as he arrives at European Union headquarters in Brussels on Monday, June 19, 2017. Read More »

Pakistan to face India in final of ICC Champions Trophy


India retained their position of three in the ICC ODI rankings after their consistent performance led them to the finals of the ICC Champions Trophy . "We have to identify the players we want to take forward", he added. "It is a mercurial team and this tournament has thrown up so many upsets so far", Hussey wrote in a column for the official website of the International Cricket Council (ICC). Read More »

Slightly cooler temperatures expected in coming days


The number of outages Sunday, when triple-digit temperatures were reported around the region, was the highest PG&E has experienced due to heat since July 2006, utility officials said. At Moffett Field the temperature reached 100 degrees, which broke the record of 95 degrees set in 1993. Oakland saw a high of 97, beating the benchmark of 93 set in 1962. Read More »