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Gingrich: Trump Will Serve 8 Years in the White House

Stop". Well, it appears that Ruddy was right all along - he pointed out after the fact that the White House never denied the claim - as the New York Times is now reporting that the president has indeed entertained the idea . Just weeks ago, Gingrich had heaped praise on Mueller, hailing him as a "superb choice" for special counsel whose reputation was "impeccable for honesty and integrity". Read More »

First round of Brexit talks to begin on Monday June 19

The unprecedented negotiations at the Commission's offices come nearly exactly a year after Britons voted last June 23 to leave the EU. Britain's prime minister has opened talks with a Northern Ireland-based party Tuesday to see if they can create an alliance to push through the Conservative Party's agenda after a disastrous snap election left her short of a majority in Parliament. Read More »

Race: Gillespie will face Northam in November


Thank you Virginia! We're the match that will spark a progressive wildfire that spreads across the country. Bernie Sanders in trying to shake up the Democratic party, but fell short in his bid to bring in new voters from among the young and working class. Read More »

APNewsBreak: About 4000 more US troops to go to Afghanistan

The Associated Press reported Thursday evening that the Pentagon will deploy almost 4,000 more USA troops to Afghanistan, based on information from an unnamed administration official. But over time , the caps kept rising to meet the need for additional troops as the scope of the mission kept growing. "That was what was critical for us in the military, and I think that's what's important now in industry, in politics", Fussell said. Read More »

Pakistan ready to 'change history' against India in Champions Trophy final


What Pakistan will bring is in doubt, and there's the intrigue about the showdown on Sunday at The Oval. The final is India's fourth in the last eight global tournaments. Team spokesman said Amir will continue to be monitored. "We were written off totally, and probably rightly so, after the Indian clash because we were shambolic ". Read More »

Rory McIlroy hits it all over the place at US Open

The Japanese star began the day at two over par and is now five under and just two shots back of the lead. The 39-year-old was only able to move his fourth shot a matter of inches in heavy rough over the back of the green on the par five, before hacking out sideways and taking three putts from just off the green. Read More »

Rep. Steve Scalise undergoes third surgery after shooting at ballpark

Trump said earlier in remarks at the White House that the shootings are a reminder for all citizens to overcome the political polarization that has gripped Washington and the rest of the nation. "I think what we have to make sure as members of Congress is that people see that we love and care about each other", Walker said. A law enforcement source told CNN that traces were still being done on the two firearms recovered at the scene - an SKS rifle 7.62 (which is a Chinese-made AK ... Read More »

Crime of the Week: Manhunt on for two Georgia inmates

The pair reportedly overpowered the corrections officers, took their service weapons, and fatally shot them. "Two correction officers have been murdered - it's very frustrating". After the shooting, the two are accused of carjacking a man and stealing his light green 2004 Honda civic. Authorities have not discovered any connection that either Rowe or Dubose has to Noxubee County or Mississippi. Read More »

Simon Cowell to release charity single for Grenfell Tower fire victims

Having been made aware of the fire, Simon took to Twitter to share his humbled thoughts with fans, stating: "I am watching the footage of the Grenfell Tower fire in London". The death toll from the blaze has risen from 12 to 30 in the last 24 hours. A lot of London artists, people like Skepta, Stormzy, Emile Sande, The London Community Gospel Choir, all wanted to be involved . Read More »

Trump calls investigation 'greatest witch hunt'

Trump's young presidency has been battered by allegations - under investigation both by Congress and the FBI - that Russian Federation interfered to sway the November election in his favor. The latest White House crisis struck on the evening of Trump's 71st birthday, after a day in which he had won plaudits for his handling of the shooting of Republican Congressman Steve Scalise. Read More »

Trump acknowledges he is under investigation

California senator Dianne Feinstein also voiced concern Friday in the wake of Trump's tweet that the president would attempt to fire Mueller and Rosenstein both. News has reported that federal investigators are examining whether the president attempted to obstruct justice. But even if Trump decides he's obstructed enough justice for the time being, Rosenstein's days overseeing the Russian Federation probe may still be numbered. Read More »

Doctors Update Condition of Congressman Shot at Baseball Practice

Sava said Scalise will require surgeries soon for abdominal and bone injuries, in addition to the two he has undergone to fix a bone in his leg broken by the bullet. "We are encouraged in the improvement in his condition in the last 36 hours", Sava said. Lawmakers agreed after the shooting to play the game anyway, and it went on under extra security. Read More »

No plan to sack Russian Federation probe head Robert Mueller: US justice official

And I'm not going to speculate on what he will or will not do", Mr Sekulow said. Lindsey Graham, R-South Carolina, whether a history of political donations would prohibit someone from being involved in the investigation. For starters, the president can't fire Mueller directly; he'd have to order the Justice Department to do so - and Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein says he'd refuse to fire him exclusively on Trump's say-so. Read More »

New York Times sues FBI to get notes of Comey-Trump talks

Rosenstein also wrote a memo recommending the dismissal of Comey for his mishandling of the announcements about and the FBI investigation into Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton's use of a private email server when she was secretary of state. Read More »

Donald Trump blasts reported obstruction probe over 'phony' Russia story

The investigation into ties between President Trump's campaign and the Russian government has now turned to investigating Trump himself for obstruction of justice , the Washington Post reported Wednesday . secretary of state Hillary Rodham Clinton's e-mail practices as merely a "matter" and to avoid calling it an investigation. Mr Mueller is overseeing an Federal Bureau of Investigation inquiry into Russia's alleged meddling the 2016 USA election and any Trump links to it. Read More »

Conrad Roy III's family breaks their silence after Michelle Carter is convicted


Roy to get back in the truck constituted wanton and reckless conduct , by Ms. Carter creating a situation where there is a high degree of likelihood that substantial harm will result to Mr. "I do blame myself, it's my fault". "Sam, his death is my fault like honestly I could have stopped him", she texted Samantha Boardman on September 15, 2014. Read More »

Steve Scalise fights for life after shooting

According to CNN , President Trump visited Rep. Steven Scalise in the hospital. Republican Congressman Steve Scalise has been undergoing a third surgery after he and others were shot at a baseball practice by a man hostile to the GOP. Read More »

No decision yet on more troops to Afghanistan: Pentagon

John McCain, the Senate Armed Services Committee's Republican chairman, for the administration's failure to present an overarching strategy for Afghanistan . "I have always been bothered by the fact that the Afghanistan war has become the silent war". "But I don't think that takes away President Trump's responsibility for that decision". Read More »

Involuntary Manslaughter Charges Filed in Flint Case

Six current and former MI and Flint officials were criminally charged yesterday for their roles in the city's water crisis that was linked to an outbreak of Legionnaires' disease that caused at least 12 deaths , the state's attorney general said. Read More »