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Who is Trump's new lawyer, Jay Sekulow?

Tweet or no tweet, the president is not under investigation, according to Sekulow . The New York Times also reported that Mueller was seeking interviews with Coats, Rodgers and Ledgett, although the report only described these interviews as an "indication" that Mueller was investigating if Trump obstructed justice. Read More »

Appeal for thousands more blood donors in South Tyneside


This means blood from someone of the same ethnicity is more likely to produce a better outcome. "I started doing it back in college". Health officials are urging more black people to give blood, to meet a growing demand for a special subtype of blood. Read More »

New study shows promise of yoga in treating back pain


Opiate overdoses are now the leading cause of death for adults under age 50 - an especially compelling reason to find approaches to chronic pain that don't involve narcotics. "We have the equipment and we use it and it's really helpful, but you could do it without equipment and yes everybody can do it", said Debby Green with the Samamkaya Yoga Back Care & Scoliosis Collective. Read More »

Senate judiciary probe may review obstruction of justice

Last week, the Washington Post reported Mueller is investigating the president for obstruction of justice in light of his firing of former FBI Director James Comey , something the president's legal team is denying. As Salon's Heather Digby Parton points out , Sekulow's wife, brother, sons and sister-in-law "dominate the boards of both organizations" in an arrangement not dissimilar from how Trump ran his business and, to a lesser extent, the White House. Read More »

English confirms he told police about Barclay secret recordings


Taxpayer money was used to make a dispute with a Government worker disappear, a Newsroom investigation shows. "A number of different people talked to me about what they thought had happened and what had actually happened. "It's seems unethical to me that a person in public office facing a Police inquiry should fail to cooperate and be supported by senior National Party members in doing so". Read More »

US Open : McIlroy heading home after erratic round of golf

The top 60 and ties qualify for the final 36 holes. "I think it's going to produce a really good victor at the end of the week". He added: "I think just in practice I was really, really good, and I just wasn't able to translate that on to the golf course". Read More »

Health care plan endangers poor


Should we accept the status quo and abandon tens of millions of our neighbors to suffer? Now that Nevada put it on the national map as a policy idea, I'd expect to see other states experimenting with similar proposals over the next few years. Read More »

USA stocks open lower after Fed rate hike

Yellen also indicated that a third rate hike is likely for this year during the quarterly press conference. On politics, Cashin said reports on Robert Mueller's obstruction of justice investigation has factored into the market's downturn Thursday. Read More »

Queen's speech set for Wednesday 21 June

There will be no Queen's Speech next year to give MPs more time to deal with Brexit laws, the government says. The Queen's Speech, which outlines the Government's policies for the parliamentary session, will take place on Wednesday 21 June. Read More »

US student in coma after being freed by North Korea has died

Returning home in a vegetative state, North Korean authorities believe food poisoning is to blame. "We would like to thank the wonderful professionals at Cincinnati Medical Center who did everything they could for Otto ". Democratic Sen. Sherrod Brown of Cleveland said the country's "despicable actions. must be condemned". He added that Warmbier's family "had to endure more than any family should have to bear". Read More »

Russian Federation ends safe flights over Syria deal with US

The U.S. Central Command had issued a statement saying the downed Syrian military jet had been dropping bombs near U.S. -backed SDF forces, which are seeking to oust Islamic State from the city of Raqqa . He said government forces began attacking SDF on Saturday, using warplanes, artillery and tanks in areas that SDF had liberated from IS. Coalition aircraft conducted a show of force overhead that stopped the initial pro-regime advance towards the town. Read More »

Congressional shooter carried list of Republican lawmakers


Franks added that "it's clear that (the shooting) was premeditated", but he declined to confirm the existence of a possible list, citing the ongoing investigation. He posted rhetoric against the political party on social media. "I responded that it was the Republican team practicing, and he proceeded to shoot Republicans", Duncan said the day of the shooting. Read More »

Scientists hail blood test that detects cancer years ahead of symptoms


Once validated in larger-scale trials, the test would be made available to Global Positioning System for routine screening, alongside annual cholesterol and other health checks. He went on to state "The cancer community is extremely excited about the potential [of blood tests] but whether that potential can be achieved is not clear enough yet". Read More »

By keeping US focus on Islamic State, Trump risks wider Syria war

The Defense Ministry explained the move by saying it will stop abiding by its military cooperation agreement with the United States in Syria . Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergey Ryabkov said that the downing was akin to "helping the terrorists that the USA is fighting against", asking: "What is this if not an act of aggression?" A senior U.S. Read More »

Five Potential Vegas Victims Through Expansion Draft — Louis Blues


McPhee said Sunday. "It certainly changed today; it's a different phase". We now have some control over what's happening now. Per league rules, the Golden Knights only need to have 20 players under contract heading into next season. Younger options include the Colorado Avalanche's Calvin Pickard, the Washington Capitals' Philipp Grubauer and the New York Rangers' Antti Raanta. Read More »

Finsbury Park Terror Suspect Held In Headlock By Potential Victims

British counter-terrorism officers have joined regular police to help investigate the incident, according to the Guardian . Kozbar was surrounded by leaders of other faiths in the community and by Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn , who is the local member of Parliament for the area. Read More »

Will Senate Republicans repeal Obamacare when nobody's looking?


Louisiana state senators refused to accept a pared-down House version of a $28 billion-plus state operating budget that represents the initial attempt by House Republican leaders to broker a compromise on next year's spending plan before Thursday's end of the legislative session. Read More »

Alexandria shooting investigation finds "no evidence" guns purchased illegally


The shooting was reported shortly after 7 a.m. Wednesday from a field where GOP members of Congress were practicing for Thursday night's baseball game against congressional Democrats. A cell phone, a camera and a computer were recovered from Hodgkinson's vehicle, the Federal Bureau of Investigation said in a statement. The wife of Alexandria shooter James Hodgkinson says he told her he was going to Washington to work on "changing the tax brackets" and she had no idea he was going to hurt ... Read More »

Professional Advisory Services INC Holds Position in Medtronic Plc (MDT)

Its up 0.95% from 305,300 shares previously. About 2.00 million shares traded. Amphenol Corporation (NYSE:APH) has risen 31.78% since June 19, 2016 and is uptrending. The firm earned "Neutral" rating on Wednesday, June 1 by Wedbush. Medtronic Plc now has $120.57B valuation. Ordinary Shares (NYSE:MDT) earned "Buy" rating by SunTrust on Monday, April 25. Read More »

London mosque attack leaves one dead and several injured

Taxi driver Saleem Naema, 50, said: "I can't believe it". He realised there is a fence and he has to do a U-turn. A 47-year-old father of four has been named as the suspect of the attack outside a mosque in London . His mental health reportedly will be assessed on Monday. Eight of the injured were taken to hospitals and the rest were treated at the scene. British Muslim leaders have linked the terrorist attack to islamophobia and urged United Kingdom prime minister, Theresa May ... Read More »

With No Evidence, Gingrich Insists Comey 'May Be Under Investigation't

Gingrich said there's "no evidence" the president ever impeded any Russian Federation investigation and Trump fired the FBI director because "Comey's public behavior was so destructive". Those same Trump supporters also took issue with Comey's relationship with Mueller, which they say is too close. It's clear that Gingrich , along with many other Republican allies of the president, is becoming unhinged as this investigation worsens for Trump . Read More »

Scalise more responsive, speaking with family after Saturday surgery


Scalise was struck in the left hip by the gunman and collapsed on the field, according to witnesses, who also said that Scalise dragged himself from the infield as the shooting continued. Sava declined to put a timeline on when that would happen or when Scalise, 51, would be able to leave the hospital. Capitol Police officer David Bailey and Texas Rep. Read More »

Koepka's list includes Open

Brooks Koepka reacts on the 18th hole during the fourth round of the U.S. Open golf tournament Sunday, June 18, 2017, at Erin Hills in Erin, Wis . A chip on the fourth nearly went in, but then trickled back to 4 feet and he blocked the par putt to the right. Edwards is a blonde soccer player that hasn't been seen with Koepka in half a year while Sims is a brunette and former beauty pageant contestant that has made appearances in many TV shows and will star in " Sharknado 5 " this ... Read More »

U.S. court upholds block on Trump's travel ban


The judges added the government had failed to prove "any link between an individual's nationality and their propensity to commit terrorism", and cited a 5 June tweet by Trump to back their argument. The appeals court, which also ruled against Trump's first travel ban in February, concluded that his own statements made clear that the revised version contains the same flaw by targeting Muslims. Read More »