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Sony Celebrate 60 Million In PS4 Sales

This iteration of the Uncharted franchise won't be similar to previous ones because of the new (but already existing) leads. Lastly, the main event of the show belonged to Insomniac Games' Spider-Man video game. This could be a differentiating factor of the Japanese giant's VR efforts as compared to its competitors. The game is set to release next year. "It's all about gaming", Layden said. Read More »

Disney To Remember Boy Killed By Alligator With Sculpture


Walt Disney World plans to honor Lane Graves, a 2-year-old Elkhorn boy who died at one if its resorts one year ago Wednesday. Lane's death was ruled an accident. Lane's father tried to grab his son and fight off the alligator, but it was too late. After Graves's death, Walt Disney World put signs out warning visitors of the danger of alligators. Read More »

Chicago says reforms can work without courts


Mayor Rahm Emanuel promised he'd negotiate a "consent decree", an agreement to ensure the department would reform under the eye of a federal judge. Activists have sued the Chicago Police Department, arguing that a federal judge is the only one that can effectively oversee badly needed reforms in the police force. Read More »

House Appropriations sends $28B budget to full House


Edwards and Commissioner of Administration Jay Dardenne have said they would hold government agencies responsible to tow the line if they want to avoid the mid-year reductions. At this point, he said lawmakers have their minds made up on where they stand in terms of the budget. And he wondered why higher education was singled out for cuts. Read More »

Cosby jury reviews accuser's testimony


Tension is high at the Montgomery County Court Courthouse as deliberations drag on. Cosby, the star of the 1980s hit TV series "The Cosby Show ", did not testify during the trial, but his account of the night in question was shown to jurors in his sworn depositions in 2005 and 2006 during Constand's civil lawsuit as well as a voluntary police interview in 2005. Read More »

London fire: Baby caught after being 'dropped to safety from tower'


The building had a total of 120 flats. "In my 29 years of being a firefighter, I have never ever seen anything of this scale", London Fire Brigade chief Dany Cotton told reporters. Ubah Yusuf said she and her neighbors, who lived close to Grenfell, would ask their building manager about their own tower block. I got up and looked out of my window and saw the seventh floor smoking. Read More »

Suspect in congressional baseball shooting has died


Shortly after the shooting , Bernie Sanders , the former candidate for the Democratic presidential nomination, said on the Senate floor that the shooter apparently was a volunteer for his campaign past year. Steve Scalise (R-LA) and at least four others Wednesday morning. "Normally when you have a group of congressmen together in one place, and it's in the Washington D.C. Read More »

'Wonder Woman' Smashes Domestic Box Office Record For Female Directors


Wonder Woman scored the highest U.S. opening for a female director in history this weekend, with a three-day take of $100.5 million. As the first solo movie for a female superhero since Jennifer Garner's Elektra in 2005, there was plenty of obnoxious speculation as to whether Wonder Woman would sink or swim at the box office. Read More »

Michel Barnier warns UK it faces cliff edge 'no deal' Brexit

Michel Barnier warned that no progress had been made in the three months since May triggered Article 50 to start the process of leaving the union. Last evening, May faced the tough 1922 Committee of her party's backbench MPs amid a brewing rebellion within the ranks after her gamble to call a snap general election backfired, leaving the Tories eight seats short of a majority. Read More »

6 die in London tower block fire, toll expected to rise

Wahabi, 39, who lives on the ninth floor of the 24-storey Grenfell Tower +, said she was awoken by smoke at around 1am on Wednesday. The appeal, on the JustGiving website , was set up by an account in the name of Haley Yearwood, with the note: "I am a teacher at a local school and know that many of our students and their families will be affected by this bad fire". Read More »

Congressman says member of his staff wounded

Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) told MSNBC he saw shots hitting the ground near where people had dropped for cover on the baseball diamond. The lawmakers were practicing for Thursday's annual charity congressional baseball game. Police on the scene are calling the shooting a "deliberate attack". A violent incident in the nation's capitol Wednesday morning could have been a lot worse without onsite protection, according to eyewitness accounts. Read More »

Let Judiciary panel take crack at close-mouthed Sessions — Blumenthal

Blumenthal is a member of the Judiciary Committee, a panel filled with former prosecutors and state attorneys general, like Blumenthal. Rosenstein said he has. There are none, Sen. The latest tempest includes stories that Trump is considering firing Robert Mueller, the special counsel who picked up where Comey left off. Read More »

WWE Diva teases HUGE news after sex tape ordeal


After a rough calendar year that saw seemingly endless scandals involving her boyfriend and former WWE superstar Alberto Del Rio, along with some leaks of some not-PG videos and images a few months ago involving Xavier Woods and Brad Maddox. Read More »

Top GOP lawmaker wounded; gunfire at baseball practice

Steve Scalise (R-LA), the House majority whip , wounded along with at least five others. The injuries to the Republicans' majority whip were reportedly not life-threatening. The bravery and quick response of U.S. Capitol Police prevented Wednesday's shooting at a Northern Virginia baseball field from becoming a "massacre", congressmen at the center of the terrifying ordeal said. Read More »

Rep. Scalise in stable condition after shot at congressional baseball practice


As NPR's Jessica Taylor reports from the neighborhood: "This is people going about their normal mornings, probably not even knowing that there were members of Congress that were practicing a few blocks down the road here". The man calmly asked which party's lawmakers were practicing and Duncan told him they were the Republicans. DeSantis gave a similar account. Pro-Bernie Sanders and anti-Trump posts are featured on a Facebook page with someone of the same name and hometown, but the page ... Read More »

6 killed in London tower fire

Ronnie King, the Honorary administrative secretary of the All-Party Parliamentary Group Fire Safety & Rescue Group, told LBC: "The All-Party Group were looking at the issue of fire suppression in all the tower blocks with similar designs to this". Read More »

Suspect In Shooting Identified As Member of Anti-Republican Group

Mika was also a White House aide under former President George Bush, where he coordinated volunteers, worked with press advance and security details and managed VIP visits. Other lawmakers were stunned in the aftermath of the event, which raised questions about the security of members of Congress. Scalise was shot at a congressional baseball practice just outside of Washington. Read More »

Thousands march against Vladimir Putin as rival Alexei Navalnyis arrested

Navalny's wife, Yulia , tweeted that her husband had been detained a half an hour before the start of the scheduled rally. Like the demonstrations in March, Monday's protest attracted a large number of young people, including schoolchildren, who had in the past not been major participants in the round of anti-Kremlin rallies in 2011-2012. Read More »

Growing frenzy outside court as Bill Cosby deliberations wear on

Keshia Knight Pulliam opened up in a new interview about Bill Cosby's sexual assault trial , explaining why she is still standing by her former TV dad. He took her silence as a "Yes", he said: "I don't hear her say anything. The panel has also been reviewing Cosby's deposition testimony. Mason's testimony indicated Constand reported being given three small blue pills that Cosby told her were herbal pills; Cosby later testified those pills were Benadryl. Read More »

Heidi Klum's Dance Moves Killed It On 'The Tonight Show'


She's in NY this week promoting America's Got Talent . It's why she's been on television for over a decade and why viewers will continue to tune in. During her interview on Tonight Show , Klum admitted that she danced for 15 years before getting into modeling and was taught an array of moves, including ballet, ballroom dancing and belly dancing. Read More »

May says Brexit talks to start as scheduled

When asked by journalists about Brexit, Macron said that he would prefer the United Kingdom to stay but that he had to respect the sovereignty of the British people. They announced a joint action plan to crack down on extremism and terror propoganda online, accusing internet companies and social media networks of doing too little to tackle the scourge. Read More »