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Trump touts apprenticeships to strengthen young USA workers


High-profile supporters of President Donald Trump are turning on special counsel Robert Mueller, the man charged with investigating Russian interference in the USA election and possible collusion with Trump's campaign. The CEO of conservative media outlet Newsmax said during an interview Monday that President Trump might fire the special counsel in charge of the investigation into his administration's ties with Russian Federation. Read More »

Congressional Baseball game has tender moments, day after shooter injures 5


From the stands, Vince Wetzel, a resident of Sacramento, California, who is visiting Washington and chose to take in the game, said, "It's just a good call to put aside political differences and just play some baseball". Walking through the office buildings en route to the Capitol, visitors pass several more uniformed officers standing watch as they near the underground subways that carry lawmakers into the Capitol basement. Read More »

US Lawmaker Shot at Baseball Practice Remains in Critical Condition


Davis said. The president praised the "heroic actions" of the Capitol Police at the scene. Officer BaileyCapitol Police Officer David Bailey received a minor injury but was not shot, according to U.S. The California Democrat notes that she herself is now featured in millions of dollars of attack ads running in a Georgia House district where there's a hard-fought special election next week. Read More »

7 dead, 66 injured in deadly Chinese kindergarten blast


Preliminary investigations by police suggest it was a criminal offence and a suspect has been targeted, according to official Chinese news agency, Xinhua . Classes were underway when the incident happened, the government said. Last year, a knife-wielding assailant injured seven students outside a primary school in a northern city. Read More »

Death toll rises to 17 in London apartment block fire

Numerous apartment block's residents are still missing. The blaze created a panic, with residents scrambling to get out before being overcome by smoke and flames. "The fire started on the upper floors". Some residents said the official advice was that people should stay inside in the event of a fire. Mrs May came under further attack for not immediately visiting residents of Ladbroke Grove and Notting Hill affected by the fire. Read More »

'Changes needed' to fire safety regulations, experts say


Firefighters combed the sooty ruins of the 120-apartment tower on Thursday in a desperate search for scores of missing residents, however some parts of the building were too structurally unsafe to enter. She said they had only managed to search about half of the building "in detail". People desperately sought news of their missing family and friends. Read More »

Putin Mockingly Offers Comey Asylum


He mentioned that both countries could do well by collaborating over the issues of global poverty, climate change, curtailing of mass destruction weapons, and preventing escalation between the United States and North Korea. The bill would also bar President Donald Trump from unilaterally easing existing sanctions imposed since 2014 over Moscow's annexation of Crimea and meddling in Ukraine. Read More »

Suspected drunken driver almost hits Seminole deputy

As she stood at the driver's side of the vehicle, the alleged drunk driver sped toward her. The speeding vehicle completely ripped the auto door off the parked vehicle and barely missed Smith, deputies said. Florida Highway Patrol troopers took over, and the driver, Logan Fielder, 25, was arrested. Fielder's BAC tested at.156, almost twice the legal limit, according to troopers. Read More »

Sinn Fein cautious on DUP, May tie-up but would welcome funding

May has taken the blame for the Conservatives' relatively poor showing in last Thursday's election, in which the party surprisingly lost its majority. He told Sky News that the reality of the election results meant that May and her government would need to reach out past party lines. Speaking alongside Mr Macron, the PM said: "We have been very clear we want to maintain a close relationship and a close partnership with the European Union and individual member states into the future, ... Read More »

Ohio mom, 2 daughters may have died day before found


An Ohio woman and her two adult daughters were found dead in their home after a family friend picked the lock when they did not answer the door. Investigators initially said that all three of the women suffered gunshot wounds, but later it emerged that the mother had been stabbed to death . Read More »

Firefighters Respond to Fire Engulfing London Apartment

X Factor judge Ora said she used to play in the tower block. Thirty were still hospitalized on Thursday, with 15 in critical condition. Their friends and family are appealing for help in finding their loved ones. "It will be imperative that the causes of this fire are fully investigated to determine how such awful tragedies could be avoided in the future". Mr Clifton-Brown reacted to the events: "I would like to extend my honest condolences to everyone who was a resident in the Grenfell ... Read More »

Blimp pilot sufferes serious burns after crash near US Open

The U.S. Golf Association says an advertising blimp that crashed at the U.S. Open went down in an open field about half a mile from the Erin Hills golf course. The company does not know what caused the crash, which occurred as the blimp was advertising for a client near the U.S. Open, Maynard said. The Federal Aviation and Administration and National Transportation Safety Board have been called to investigate the crash. Read More »

Officials on both sides confirm Brexit talks will start on June 19


The former Tory PM said rather than seeking a confidence and supply deal with the DUP, May should try to govern as a minority government . Formal talks were due to start next Monday, June 19, but that date is looking shaky. Under the deal, the party would offer support for key votes, such as backing the Queen's Speech and the Budget, and - crucially - in any votes of no confidence. Read More »

Trump's critic shoots at US law makers, dies in the process


As Republican members of Congress held an early-morning practice in an Alexandria , Virginia neighborhood in preparation for the 80th annual congressional charity baseball game, a man from IL, reportedly armed with an SKS rifle and a 9 mm pistol, opened fire in a savage and cowardly attack that apparently was politically motivated. Read More »

Scalise is in "some trouble"


The third surgery according to familiar sources is routine for the doctors to go in and check what they had previously done. "His condition is critical, and he will require additional operations", the hospital said in a Wednesday evening statement . Read More »

United States intelligence links WannaCry ransomware attack to North Korea


North Korea has been linked to cyberattacks on banks in Asia and the 2014 hack of Sony Pictures Entertainment. But North Korea's involvement has been disputed by other security firms. Affected computers were held hostage, with the hijackers demanding the payment of a bitcoin ransom to restore operations. Security experts believed this is because the transactions will be easy to track, putting law enforcement on the trail of the worm's creators. Read More »

Traumatized firefighters search for more London fire victims

They woke up and were still trapped in that building and no-one could get out", he said. Fire Commissioner Dany Cotton says specialist dogs would start searching the 24-story building. Dent Coad - the Labour MP newly elected in the historically Conservative area - speculated that the building's recent renovation may have played a role in the spread of the fire. Read More »

Shadow cabinet: Smith returns as Corbyn reshuffles top team

In Corbyn's first appointments since the party gained 30 seats at last week's election, the Labour leader has also handed a promotion to election co-ordinator Andrew Gwynne. Every other shadow cabinet post remains the same, with Diane Abbott expected to return as shadow home secretary when she recovers from illness. Mr Corbyn said on Tuesday that his party should be in "permanent campaign mode" in light of Theresa May's attempts to form a minority government with the backing of the ... Read More »

No cause to fire special counsel Mueller: deputy attorney general Rosenstein

Fellow Republicans, meanwhile, pressed Trump to come clean about whether he has tapes of private conversations with fired FBI Director James Comey and provide them to Congress if he does - or possibly face a subpoena. "I think he's weighing that option". When asked about a letter he wrote recommending firing Comey, Rosenstein said that Mueller could be looking into the decision-making process for the firing - and he was therefore "not at liberty to talk about that now". Read More »

Capitol police heroes saved the day, preventing congressional massacre


Law enforcement officers investigate the scene of a shooting near a baseball field in Alexandria, Virginia, where House Majority Whip Steve Scalise of Louisiana was shot at a congressional baseball practice. Hebron High School. According to Verderosa, Griner was shot in the ankle and is in good condition in a hospital. "Had they not been there, it would have been a massacre", Senator Rand Paul said to MSNBC . Read More »

The man who shot Rep Scalise


Trump Has Destroyed Our Democracy. In a recent Facebook post, he wrote: "Trump is a Traitor". His timeline was headed by a cover photograph of Sanders, a US senator from Vermont who campaigned unsuccessfully to be the Democratic Party's presidential candidate previous year. Read More »

Mamata Banerjee condoles death of former CJI PN Bhagwati


The funeral will be held on Saturday, family sources said. He was the architect of a new concept - Public Interest Litigation (PIL) - for dispensing justice to the voiceless poor on whose behalf a third person could approach the Supreme Court or high courts . Read More »