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George and Amal Clooney welcome twins, Ella and Alexander

For 56-year-old actor and 39-year-old Amal , Ella and Alexander are the first babies. The Clooney's have shown they are keen to embrace village life. He told Entertainment Tonight Canada: "I was working with him last fall and he pulled me aside on set and, I mean, I nearly started crying. We enjoy numerous same things, and I very much enjoy the projects that she takes on because they have real outcome". Read More »

Americans lament Cuba becoming "forbidden island" again

He was warmly received by Cuban-Americans and the symbolic importance of the policy wasn't lost on those in attendance at the event. "That process has been started, you can't put the genie back in the bottle 100%", one official said. "This will be the first time in several decades that the Cuban people will have an economic advantage over the Cuban military". (AP Photo/Evan Vucci). Read More »

Bill Cosby Beginning Defense in Sex Assault Trial


Steele, a career prosecutor whose face turned the shade of a sun-ripened tomato during his close, tried to get jurors to focus on Cosby's admission that he gave pills to his alleged victim, Andrea Constand , that the comedian has testified he called "three friends to help you relax". Read More »

'Soldier' Fakhar marches on to Champions Trophy hundred


Mehboob Hasan, a maternal uncle of Pakistan captain Sarfraz Ahmed, has announced his support to Team India for the ICC Champions Trophy 2017 final due to be played at Oval Stadium in England tomorrow (Sunday). Sunday's match could, according to some estimates, attract a global television audience of a billion and Arthur was in no doubt of the significance of a win over India . Read More »

Authorities: 14 people go to hospital after deck collapse


The station reports that about 10 of those people drove themselves to the hospital. Five of those transported by air were in critical condition. First responders from both Flathead and Lake counties responded to the incident. According to witness Leslie Dillon, around 50 people were gathered on the deck overlooking Flathead Lake following the service when the structure broke and fell. Read More »

Seven US soldiers wounded in attack at base in north Afghanistan


Camp Shaheen is home to Afghan National Security Defense Forces' Women's Participation Program. Western officials say most insider attacks stem from personal grudges and cultural misunderstandings rather than insurgent plots. troops are also at risk in other parts of Afghanistan. However, local media reported that 256 soldiers, mainly new recruits, were killed in the Taliban operation. Read More »

Beyoncé and Jay Z welcome twins

Since then, Bey has been posting gorgeous maternity photos and videos to her Instagram account . In early February she posted a photo of herself sporting a baby bump while dressed in lingerie and surrounded by flowers. The names of the twins and their gender have not been revealed as of yet. In May, Beyoncé held a star-studded baby shower at a private residence in Beverly Hills, Calif. Read More »

Doctors: Scalise's Health Improving


Sava said he was able to respond to family members while still under sedation, but that Scalise will have to remain in the hospital for "a considerable period of time", including for further operations and rehabilitation. "He's in some trouble, but he's a great fighter and he's going to be OK, we hope", the President said . But Fox News reported that it had not confirmed any names on the list. Read More »

Bill Cosby's attorney says he is anxious about entertainer's health


Prosecutors promised to retry Cosby, who remains free on $1 million bail. Montgomery County District Attorney Kevin Steele has vowed to send Bill Cosby to trial again. It was a stunning development - and a momentary victory - for the 79-year-old pioneering black entertainer who risked spending the rest of his life in prison if convicted of assaulting former university employee Andrea Constand at his Philadelphia home 13 years ago. Read More »

Beyonce welcomes newborn twins with Jay Z

Still, numerous specifics have yet to be revealed, much to the chagrin of Beyonce's devout followers or members of the Beyhive. Queen Bey's "Dreamgirls" co-star Jennifer Hudson gave a coy response to the birth rumors, telling "The Channel" on Friday, "Honey, you know B live in her own world". Read More »

Woman hangs by her teeth over Niagara Falls!


Trapese artist Erendira, also the wife of famed daredevil Nik Wallenda , broke her husband's record by just 50 feet. Erendira Wallenda just showed the world her iron jaw. Legislators thanked the couple for bringing such unique talent and world-renowned acts to Niagara Falls . In June 2013, her husband became the first man to cross the Grand Canyon on a tightrope, completing that record-breaking feat in under 23 minutes. Read More »

London apartment blaze: Firefighter's despair he 'could have done more'

Tensions in the local community have grown since Wednesday's deadly blaze at the Grenfell Tower in north Kensington which provided social housing for some 600 people. "Otherwise they will point the finger at you and me". Lammy, whose has a friend still unaccounted for in the disaster: "Don't let them tell you it's a tragedy". Read More »

Cosby jury reviews testimony from accuser's mom


McMonagle has made at least five mistrial motions based on the length of the jury deliberations, according to O'Neill, who until Friday afternoon had held all discussions with the attorneys out of public view. Cosby returned to the courthouse outside Philadelphia on Friday. Jurors deliberated for a fifth day Friday, a day after telling the judge they were deadlocked and being instructed to keep trying to reach a verdict. Read More »

Cuba blasts Trump's policy speech as 'hostile rhetoric'


Despite the president's claim, the Obama policy will be revised rather than overturned entirely. Americans would no longer be able to stay in US -based hotels that operate in Cuba . Trump's primary objective is to keep money out of the hands of Cuba's military and intelligence services. Cuban diplomats cited police killings and police brutality, racial discrimination, child labor, firearm deaths, salary inequality, the marginalization of refugees and the USA withdrawal from the Paris ... Read More »

U.S. lawmaker Steve Scalise improving after baseball field shooting


Jeff Duncan of SC in the parking lot of the Alexandria, Virginia , ballfield, asking him, "Excuse me, sir, who's practicing today, Democrats or Republicans? " as Duncan recalls the encounter. He was said to have been awake on scene; however, underwent shock during his transportation to the trauma center. Colleagues who visited Scalise sounded generally upbeat, but spoke more in terms of hopes than the confident predictions of the immediate aftermath a day earlier. Read More »

Patty Jenkins is already thinking about Wonder Woman 2

Sources tell The Hollywood Reporter that the studio will likely start negotiating with the director shortly, and she will "enjoy enormous leverage". And as it should. Regarding the matter, Jenkins said , "All I can say is it was a dilemma". " I think it's a fantastic movie". In May 2017, when Uproxx asked Jenkins if the sequel could be set in the 1930s , she replied, "I'm definitely planning something more interesting using that period of time". Read More »

Twitter Reacts To Philando Castile Shooting Verdict That Acquitted Officer Jeronimo Yanez

KARE 11's Lou Raguse reports that the family of Philando Castile and supporters left the courtroom in tears, visibly sobbing. Despite being cleared, Officer Yanez has been relieved of his duties. "My son loved this city, and the city killed my son and the murderer gets away". The City of St. Anthony has concluded that the public will be best served if Officer Yanez is no longer a police officer in our city. Read More »

Russia criticises US for 'anti-Cuban' approach, says it sides with Cuba


President Donald Trump speaks about Cuba policy, Friday, June 16, 2017, in Miami. Trump also reaffirmed US statutory embargo of Cuba. "Faced with your words, the Cuban people stand up and, their flag held high, sing their war anthem!" said a Facebook post by Jennifer Bello Martinez, the head of Cuba's official Federation of University Students and, at 25, the youngest member of the powerful Council of State. Read More »

Shot congressman still 'critical' but improving: doctor


The game went ahead as scheduled on Thursday, in an emotional display of bipartisan unity. Thursday, as a measure of resilience and tribute. Three others were injured by the gunfire from suspected shooter James Hodgkinson, who was killed by police . Read More »

NBC Stands by Megyn Kelly's Interview With Alex Jones

NBC has said it is going ahead with Sunday's broadcast despite much backlash from various quarters, including parents of children murdered at Sandy Hook Elementary School . "I can promise you that". After confirming his suspicions, he released the secret tapes. Why did Jones release the recordings? "When she got here with her crew of intelligence operatives she did the opposite of what she said", Alex says. Read More »

Massachusetts Democratic Party fails to pass resolution calling settlements 'obstacles to peace'

Trump visited Israel and the Palestinian territories last month, calling on both side to make compromises for peace but offering no specifics on how to resolve the 50-year-old conflict. Guterres said. There has always been a vocal Israeli community which says the occupation harms Israel's claim to legitimate statehood, and damages the chances of reaching peace with the Palestinian leadership. Read More »

London tower block fire: Death toll climbs to 30

They met volunteers, local residents and community representatives while visiting Westway Sports Centre in west London , near the burnt down 24-storey Grenfell Tower . Soon afterwards, Prime Minister Theresa May was chased away from a local church. Grenfell Tower burned down on Wednesday, June 14. "Everyone affected by this tragedy needs reassurance that the government is there for them at this bad time-and that is what I am determined to provide", she said. Read More »

Sexual assault case against Bill Cosby ends in mistrial


She said that Cosby brought her three blue pills, saying they would help her relax and assuring her they were safe. Cosby's career and good-guy image were already in tatters by the time his chief accuser took the witness stand, and the prosecution's decision to pursue a second trial keeps him in legal limbo. Read More »