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Ball Family Helped Lakers Decide on Lonzo Ball


However, not everyone in attendance was pleased by the presence. So as he looked to be leaving the Barclays Center and the 2017 NBA Draft , the crowd booed him relentlessly. Pelinka added, "Listen, there can be a sense of bravado with some of the media stuff, but when you get to see the heart of a person and how they treat others, I think that's when you really get to know them". Read More »

IS militants occupy school in Philippines


Padilla and a local military spokesman said the militants were able to use the cover of darkness to escape, while leaving their 31 hostages unharmed. Members of the Bangsamoro Islamic Freedom Fighters (BIFF) were involved in a battle with the military, Realan Mamon, the Chief Inspector at Pigcawayan , said in a radio interview. Read More »

Bayrou: "Je choisis de ne pas exposer" le gouvernement et Macron


Selon certaines sources, le président du MoDem , à l'instar de Sylvie Goulard , voulait prendre du champ pour préparer sa défense, et éviter que cette " affaire " d'emplois présumés fictifs au Parlement européen des assistants parlementaires MoDem n'entache pas son action Place Vendôme. Read More »

Trump tweets support for Nancy Pelosi...sort of


Tim Ryan , D-Ohio, who was unsuccessful a year ago in trying to unseat Pelosi. "It's time for a new generation of leadership in the party", he said. "Ossoff's problem is that he didn't win the first round", Brian Fallon, senior adviser to Priorities USA, a Democratic super PAC, said in an interview. Read More »

Saudi Arabia: A Dramatic Reordering Of Succession


McDonald's has taken out a full-page advert in a Saudi national newspaper in order to pledge allegiance to the country's new crown prince. But with his power comes the responsibility for managing the kingdom's affairs at a troubled time. He had previously been in charge of his father's royal court when Salman was the crown prince. The leadership of the young and bold bin Salman reflects a change of mentality in Saudi Arabia to boost the country's image, given his relatively liberal views ... Read More »

Prosecutors seek to uphold 'Making a Murderer' confession

Avery was tried separately and is serving a life sentence without the possibility of parole. The state Justice Department appealed the ruling to the 7th US Circuit Court of Appeals. November 3, 2005: Halbach's family reports her missing. Two years later, Avery brought a US$36-million lawsuit against Manitowoc County for the wrongful conviction. Read More »

Saudis say they foiled 'terrorist action' planned for Mecca's Grand Mosque


In Mecca, the two attacks were planned in Al-Asiliya neighborhood and the second in Ajyad Al-Masafi neighborhood inside the circumference of the Grand Mosque, where Muslim worshipers were targeted. Saudi officials released no further details about the foiled attack. Saudi Arabia is a member of a US-led coalition fighting IS and other jihadist groups in Syria and Iraq. Read More »

Meet Mohammed Bin Salman: The Next Ruler Of Saudi Arabia

Mohammed bin Salman , 31 has been appointed as the kingdom's deputy prime minister and will retain his position as defense minister. What is more, the change ends uncertainty over succession. MbS was the driving force behind the Saudi-led campaign in Yemen against Iran-allied Houthi rebels, launched in March 2015. While bin Nayef fell into a diminished role. Read More »

At least 19 die in Somalia hotel attack


When will Congress approve another round of Base Realignment and Closures (BRAC)? The Pentagon said it had carried out an air strike on al Shabaab in Somalia on Sunday, and Somalia said its special forces had joined in the attack to destroy one of the jihadist insurgent group's main training and command posts. Read More »

McConnell faces hunt for GOP votes for health bill

He and others said the measure would make health insurance more affordable and eliminate Obama coverage requirements that some people find onerous. Democrats are united in opposition to the proposal, which was worked out in secret by a group led Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell . Read More »

Urges Bachchan to pull out of GST drive


Business people and service sector units required to fill three forms every month thus increased work load, it totally undermines the very goal of the GST act. Sources in the state finance department said the Centre had appointed Mr Bachchan as a brand ambassador of the GST and hence advertisements featuring him were being shown. Read More »

Johnny Depp Apologizes for Trump Assassination Barb After White House Condemns

He is also not the first person to be criticized for referencing Trump's assassination , angering the president's supporters. He added: "It did not come out as intended, and I intended no malice". "It's just a question; I'm not insinuating anything", Depp acknowledged. "I lie for a living", he said. Singer Madonna made waves on January 21 when she spoke at the Women's March and said she had "thought an very bad lot about blowing up the White House". Read More »

Senate Republicans release bill to cut Medicaid


The day after the House barely passed the Senate's ACA bill-without a single Republican vote-the minority party introduced a bill to repeal it. McConnell, then in the Senate minority, led a fierce, relentless opposition to virtually everything President Obama's party proposed . Read More »

Car bomb in Afghanistan targets security forces waiting for pay

The worst attack occurred in the Afghan capital of Kabul on May 31, shortly after Ramadan began, when a truck bomb exploded in the heart of the city, killing 150 people. Both say they are being treated well by the Taliban but they remain prisoners and appeal to their governments to help set them free. Sixty wounded people were rushed to hospital after the bombing at New Kabul Bank which upturned vehicles, left the area littered with charred debris, and sent a plume of smoke into ... Read More »

Nancy Pelosi Faces Heat From Democrats After Georgia Loss


Almost 85 percent said Bittel is not a strong and effective party leader, while 56 percent said the same about Florida Republican Chairman Blaise Ingoglia. "Our brand is worse than Trump", Mr. Ryan said. He says the defeat "better be a wake-up call for Democrats". Representative Tim Ryan of OH said she remained a political millstone for Democrats. Read More »

Metroid Prime 4 and Pokemon For Nintendo Switch Could Appear in 2018


Since Nintendo Switch first made its appearance in the market, which happened on March third, 2017, the company fought regularly with a demand for the units that could not be satisfied. "I think without cross-network play you're nearly holding back the advancement of games in a way", Dunham said . Scibetta confirmed that the company is now trying to produce as many units as it can, in order to support the launch of Super Mario Odyssey which is set to release in late October. Read More »

Juncker says Britain's plan for EU citizens 'not sufficient'


Under plans announced by Theresa May , EU nationals living in the United Kingdom for five years would get "settled status", with access to health and other benefits. Belgian Prime Minister Charles Michel called it a " particularly vague proposal" and described it using a Flemish expression for a dubious gift. Read More »

Obama denounces 'fundamental meanness' of Senate GOP health care bill

President Barack Obama on Thursday spoke out against a proposed GOP Senate bill that dismantles the Affordable Care Act , also known as Obamacare . It allows insurance companies to charge older Americans more, so again we have a bill that would make health care harder to afford for the poor and the old. Read More »

Korea Has Severe Brain Injury

Doctors declined to speculate on what may have caused Warmbier's condition and said they would not discuss his prospects or treatment out of respect for his family. The New York Times quoted a senior United States official as saying Washington recently received intelligence reports that Warmbier had been repeatedly beaten in custody. Read More »

North Korea denies torture, call itself 'biggest victim' in Otto Warmbier's death

U.S. Sen. Rob Portman , a Republican from the Cincinnati area, told reporters outside that North Korea must be held accountable for Warmbier's detention and death. "It is our sad duty to report that our son, Otto Warmbier , has completed his journey home". Asked whether Bae thinks Warmbier was physically mistreated given the threats he received in captivity, Bae said it is possible the college student was "threatened" or that he was "physically tortured or attacked". Read More »

London house price growth at 5-year low


Despite the drop in the capital Hometrack predicted London house price growth bottoming out and maintaining a level of 2-3%. While the annual rate of growth is at 5.1%, the index has recorded an acceleration in growth over the past three months, with average prices across the 20-city index up by 3.5%. Read More »

China's top diplomat holds talks with Trump on N. Korea

After more than a year detained in North Korea, Otto Warmbier returned to the United States in a coma last week, only to die six days after his arrival. He'd been accused of trying to steal a propaganda banner while visiting North Korea. "He was the best guy I knew". The wrecked device was discovered in Inje county of Gangwon province and contained hundreds of photographs, a few of which captured the US -made Terminal High Altitude Area Defense System (THAAD), which is meant to ... Read More »