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Still critical, Rep. Steve Scalise to undergo more surgeries


Ron DeSantis told media on Wednesday. Congressional staffer Zachary Barth, grazed in the leg, is out of the hospital. Vice President Mike Pence, Ivanka Trump and Senior Advisor to the President Jared Kushner listen to U.S. She noted that she has received numerous threats herself over the years, and is now the target of millions of dollars in negative ads in a House district in Georgia where a hard-fought special election will take place next week. Read More »

No need to cancel Trump's visit to UK - British Foreign Secretary


We have a special relationship and we should work closely with the Americans. This is not the first time Khan, the first Muslim mayor of a major Western capital city, has called for Trump's state visit to be banned. "The invitation has been issued and accepted and I see no reason to change that", British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson told BBC Radio on Tuesday. Read More »

Death toll climbs to 30 in London Grenfell Tower fire

Police broke up a scuffle between members of the crowd as the Mrs May's vehicle drove off. Almost 200 people chanting "We want justice!" marched near Notting Hill Gate tube station on Friday, demanding action from local councilors tasked with housing people following the disaster . Read More »

Hannity: Shut Down Mueller's Special Counsel Probe

Gingrich said that he wrote his new book, "Understanding Trump", because "Trump represents a different world" than the "world of Washington ". Some of President Donald Trump's closest allies - including one of his sons - have begun questioning whether Mueller's wide-ranging probe is becoming too political, as the investigation into Russian meddling in the 2016 election intensifies. Read More »

UK PM rushed away from fire protesters

Police say 24 injured people remain at the hospital. On the night of the blaze, Choucair had not been at home, but rushed back to find the building alight after a friend inside had called, begging for help. People look at posters of missing persons attached to railings after the fire that gutted Grenfell Tower , a residential tower block in west London on June 14. Read More »

FIFA Confederations Cup kicks off in Russian Federation


Cedric Soares and Pepe, who had been practicing separately because they were not fully fit, joined the rest of Portugal's group in Thursday's session at Rubin Kazan's training grounds. The Copa America champion plays Cameroon on Sunday in Moscow . Silva, who Ronaldo has tipped as his heir for Portugal , is loving the experience of playing alongside the four-time Ballon d'Or victor. Read More »

Report Ties Trump Comments and Damaging Leaks

And in the Justice Department, that is what we do on a daily basis, that is how are trained. Trump was apparently bothered by reports from conservative outlets like Breitbart News that attempted to link Mueller to Comey, the Federal Bureau of Investigation director Trump fired the same month. Read More »

How will President Trump's announcement on Cuba impact your travel plans?

Announcing the changes during a speech in Miami , Mr Trump said Cuba had secured far too many concessions from the United States in the "misguided" deal but "now those days are over". He said Trump's policy may put US national security at risk as strategic competitors move to fill the vacuum the uncoupling could create. As he spoke, The White House released a fact sheet on the key policy changes, which included enhancing restrictions to better enforce the ban on USA tourism to Cuba. Read More »

Cladding on London tower was not graded fire-resistant

Residents had raised concerns about the fire safety of the building prior to the blaze. Relatives of those missing after a high-rise tower blaze in London posted pictures of their loved ones Friday in the desperate hope of news, as grief following the tragedy has turned to outrage at authorities accused of being lax in meeting building standards. Read More »

US Senate passes Russia sanctions bill


The upper chamber of Congress passed the measure 98-2 after approving an amendment a day earlier that added the Russian provisions to the bill . CEDAR RAPIDS | Senators voted 98-2 Thursday to add financial sanctions on Russian Federation and Iran to send a message that the United States will not tolerate their sponsorship of terrorism and meddling in other nations' internal affairs, according to Sen. Read More »

The Duchess Of Cambridge Visits Victims Of London Bridge Terror Attack

The Metropolitan Police Commissioner told Geo News in an exclusive interview here that hate crimes against Muslims rose in London after the London Bridge and Borough Market attacks by Khurram Butt and his two accomplices. The Duchess of Cambridge Kate Middleton took a moment to meet with local heroes on Monday. It was the percentage of the stabbing victims who were female that was most upsetting to the staff, said head of nursing Lynne Watkins-Hulme, according to the London ... Read More »

Three injured in U.S. warship collision

Under worldwide regulations on preventing collisions at sea, when two vessels are in a crossing situation, a ship must give way to the vessel to starboard. The Japanese Coast Guard is on the scene and a United States official said that U.S. tugboats and other Navy assets, including aircraft, are on the way. Read More »

US Navy destroyer, Philippines merchant vessel collide off Japan

Japan's Nippon Yusen KK, which charters the container ship, ASX Crystal, said in a statement it would "cooperate fully" with the Coast Guard's investigation of the incident. The damaged USS Fitzgerald was towed into the USA naval base in Yokosuka, Japan . It is not clear what caused the collision or how much notice the crew had before the collision. Read More »

US airstrike kills Afghan IS head of media


The announcement by the USA comes the same day that Russian Federation claims it may have killed the leader of ISIS in an air strike in Raqqa, Syria, last month. "With our Afghan partners we will continue to aggressively target IS-K and defeat them". IS has been fighting to get a foothold in Afghanistan. Although the now-dormant Al Qaeda has no direct links with Islamic State, it is believed that IS' branch in Afghanistan was primarily launched by disgruntled Al Qaeda members. Read More »

Police fear some victims of London tower fire may never be identified


At least 17 people died and dozens more were injured when the 24-storey Grenfell Tower in west London became engulfed in flames on Wednesday morning. Police said on Friday that 30 people were confirmed to have died. May chatted with firefighters, ambulance staff, and police officers before leaving and without speaking to any of the Grenfell Tower survivors. Read More »

President Trump lashes out | Points fingers at Hillary Clinton's Russian dealings

Trump won the election and in a recent tweet said "Crooked Hillary Clinton now blames everybody but herself, refuses to say she was a bad candidate". Once Comey was sacked, the Department of Justice appointed Mueller as special counsel to act as an independent investigator. Reince Priebus, then the chairman of the Republican National Committee, echoed his boss' claim , saying the probe itself served as "another reminder that Hillary Clinton can not be trusted with the presidency". Read More »

London protests held as anger mounts over Grenfell fire

Meanwhile, Cundy said police had started a criminal investigation but there was nothing to suggest "that the fire had been started deliberately". As the protesters sought to gain entry to an upper floor, police tried to bar their way. At least two people dropped children from windows in an attempt to save them. Read More »

U.S. lawmaker Scalise improving after baseball field shooting


Trump said the universal support for Scalise and others wounded in the shooting might help heal the country's many political differences. The morning after visiting Scalise in the hospital, Trump said the congressman's challenges are "more difficult" than first thought. Read More »

Britain should stress jobs, prosperity in Brexit talks - Hammond

Despite the uncertainty over her ability to govern, May had confirmed that Brexit negotiations - expected to be the most complex worldwide talks Britain has held for decades - would begin as planned next week. The 1998 peace accords in Northern Ireland set up a power-sharing executive in the British province, but this collapsed in January when Irish republicans Sinn Fein pulled out, citing a breakdown in trust. Read More »

US Navy Destroyer Collides With Merchant Ship; Seven Missing And One Injured

It says he was in a stable condition. It said another injured person was being evacuated but gave no further details on the crew's injuries. "US and Japanese support from the Navy, Maritime Self Defense Force and Coast Guard are in the area to ensure that the Sailors on USS Fitzgerald have the resources they need to stabilize their ship", he said. Read More »