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Iran MoD hopes for peace on Eid al-Fitr


Libyan men take photos as Muslim worshippers gather at the Martyrs´ Square in the capital Tripoli to perform Eid-ul-Fitr prayers on June 25, 2017 to mark the end of the fasting month of Ramazan. "Having done this, on Eid-ul-Fitr, everyone who has fasted may face the year ahead with renewed strength, greater understanding and universal goodwill". Read More »

Sweat, NYCFC top Red Bulls 2-0 in Hudson River Derby


That said, he broke up several NYCFC attacks, hit a few terrific passes and showed exactly why the Red Bulls are so excited about him. By halftime, NYCFC had four shots on target while the Red Bulls had none. On defense, NYCFC allowed just one shot on goal , which goalkeeper Sean Johnson handled easily in the 80th minute. But on this Saturday, it was the fans in blue doing all the singing. Read More »

National Security Archive sues White House for allegedly destroying records


Much of the agenda for Monday's meeting involves seeking ways for the Trump administration to adopt best practices from the private sector, including finding opportunities to recruit talented individuals to join the government. "We asked why autonomous cars weighing 3,500 pounds can drive next to hundreds of pedestrians, but a three-pound drone can't fly over people", McNeal told Recode . Read More »

Viral Video Shows Girl Falling From Ride, Does She Have Legal Case?


On Saturday, the unidentified teen was riding with a man in a stopped, two-person gondola at the Queensbury park, about 55 miles north of Albany. "I couldn't let that little girl die", he told the AP. "My daughter was just traumatized", he said. One of the people, who helped catch the teen, a Schenectady, New York man, 47, was also transported to the hospital due to a back injury he sustained while catching her. Read More »

Former Milwaukee police officer acquitted in fatal shooting of Sylville Smith

Deliberations resume Wednesday and jurors have to decide whether Dominique Heaggan-Brown acted in self-defense when he killed Sylville Smith or if the former officer is guilty of first-degree reckless homicide or two lesser charges. Heaggan-Brown's attorney also declined to comment on the lawsuit. The second and fatal shot was sacked after Smith tossed his gun and dropped to the ground. Read More »

The GOP's big lies about health care


Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell of Ky. walks on to the Senate floor on Capitol Hill in Washington, Thursday, June 22, 2017, following a meeting with Senate Republicans on a health reform bill . In an interview with Fox News Channel, Trump was asked about the four conservatives opposing the bill. "We'll have to see". Sen. Susan Collins of ME reiterated her opposition to language blocking federal money for Planned Parenthood, which many Republicans oppose because it provides abortions. Read More »

White House Appoints Trump DC Hotel Employee As Chief Usher

The White House fired her without giving any reason. "#Movingday", she wrote on a photo of the Washington Monument as seen from a White House window. Angella Reid , the first woman, and second African-American to hold the position left the White House last month on what the administration called "very good terms", refuting reports she was sacked. Read More »

White House skips Ramzan celebration, breaks 20 years of tradition

The Ahmed Makarfi-led Peoples' Democratic Party (PDP) has insisted on the unity and peaceful co-existence of all Nigerians; stressing that the integration of all regions in the country remains a priority that must be pursued by all citizens irrespective of socio-cultural differences. Read More »

Massive fire engulfs 2 shore houses, none injured in fire

At least three bayfront homes sustained significant damage after a massive fire broke out Sunday afternoon in the borough. A home next door has also burned. Wildwood Crest Police and Wildwood Crest Volunteer Fire Departments did not immediately respond to inquiries. Dozens of firefighters were involved in the effort to control the fire. Read More »

KPD: Rico "Little Rico" Cook now in police custody


Cook was wanted for shooting three people outside a South Knoxville apartment building should be considered armed and extremely risky. Another teen, 17-year-old Deon Nolbert, was arrested Thursday night and charged with the same counts filed against Cook. Read More »

Trump confirms he called health care bill 'mean'


If Democrats all vote against the bill, Senate Republicans can only afford to lose two votes among their own ranks. President Trump on Sunday morning said that he thinks the Republican senators who said they won't vote for the Obamacare repeal and replace bill will come around to it after some negotiation. Read More »

Senator Schatz speaks out on Senate health care bill


McConnell unveiled the bill, which had been crafted behind closed doors, on Thursday and is aiming for a vote before the Senate recesses for the July 4 holiday break. "Maybe they will, over the next week, try to put something back in", Slavitt said. The American Childhood Cancer Organization, a charitable group formed by parents, is mobilizing a small army of grass-roots lobbyists with the message that the Senate Republican bill, with its deep cuts in Medicaid, "will threaten the lives of ... Read More »

Manchin says he could negotiate on "repair" of Obamacare, not repeal


U.S. President Donald Trump acknowledged that a lack of support from four Senate Republicans leaves the party's healthcare overhaul on a "very, very narrow path" to passage, but signaled a willingness to work with them to make changes. The Senate bill's real-world impact is still unknown, but the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office is expected to provide an estimate early next week. Read More »

Property Owners Lose at US Supreme Court in Development Case


In Wisconsin, eight represent 712,279 each. A loss in the Wisconsin case would not likely keep the Maryland case from going forward. Kennedy has repeatedly declined to respond to media requests seeking comment on his plans. Voting rights advocates are hopeful this time will be different. An attorney leading one of the challenges against North Carolina's congressional map, Anita Earls, described the efficiency gap in an interview as "an easily applied and really easily understood ... Read More »

Cuba Stands Firm against Trump's Hostile Policy


The Americans have helped the economy somewhat but it isn't everything because we get tourists from many countries, not just the U.S., "Omara Mata, Owner of Casa Victor Restaurant said". The announcement of President Trump -it adds- goes against the support of most of the us public opinion, including the Cuban emigration in that country, to the calls for fully lifting the blockade and establishing normal relations. Read More »

Phoenix Is So Hot That Some Planes Can't Take Off

The National Weather Service reported that Phoenix is expected to hit 120 degrees by late Tuesday afternoon. Notably, this heat wave is going to last through the week, which raises concerns of heat-related illness. They can lighten the plane's load by selling fewer seats - a tactic American Airlines is using in the Phoenix heat wave - or reducing cargo. In fact, temperatures at that mark or higher have only been recorded 15 times since record-keeping started in 1896. Read More »

Johnny Depp says sorry to trump for comment


He admitted that it was a "bad joke" and that he didn't mean any harm. In response to Johnny's comments, the White House issued a statement on Friday. By the way, this is going to be in the press. "It will be disgusting". His comments came weeks after actress Kathy Griffin posed in a photo holding a bloodied fake head that clearly depicted Trump and the Public Theater in NY sparked criticism for including the gory assassination of a ruler who resembles Trump in its modern ... Read More »

U.S. appeals court upholds block on Trump travel ban


The three-judge bench of the US Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit unanimously ruled against the revised ban . "S.C." may refer to the Supreme Court , where Trump has vowed to take his travel ban fight. Trump would have to demonstrate that the entry of those covered by the ban would be "detrimental to the interests of the United States", the court said. Read More »