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Father killed in front of children after responding to ad about dog


The Bowmans invited the man in for a drink, but he took off his shoes and would not leave, Chelsea , who previously divorced Bowman before they chose to get remarried, told Action News Jacksonville . While at the police station for questioning, Scott's fiancee said she could hear the the man banging on the walls "like a maniac" and cursing. Neighbors told Action News Jax that the shooting happened after an argument, and that's when the victim's kids ran across the street for help. Read More »

Brexit minister Davis says United Kingdom could still walk away with no deal

The strength of any deal looks set to be tested when the Commons meets, with Jeremy Corbyn vowing to try to bring down the Government by defeating Mrs May in Parliament and insisting: "I can still be prime minister". "They're not compatible", he told BBC radio. The Conservatives and the DUP, "having enjoyed a strong relationship over many years", will work together, May said. Read More »

19.5 million people tuned in to watch Comey's testimony on TV


The letter calls the memo, reported to describe President Donald Trump telling Comey to go easy on former National Security Advisor Michael Flynn, "relevant to the Judiciary Committee's ongoing investigative efforts". Columbia law school's website was so overwhelmed with internet sleuths looking for more information about Richman that the university's site crashed. Read More »

Five rescued from Golders Green flat fire


A large fire broke out Sunday morning at a Kosher supermarket in Northwest London . He said: "Crews used specialist cutting equipment to break in through the shop's roller shutters at the front of the building and worked quickly in very hard and smoky conditions to rescue three people via ladder and lead two to safety". Read More »

How global newspapers reacted to the General Election hung parliament


Presumably May is still intending to stick with the team she chose before the election to negotiate Brexit . Instead, voters stripped the Conservatives of their parliamentary majority. Her office said later that the key finance, foreign, Brexit, interior and defense ministers would remain unchanged. He was seen as too left-wing, too much of a pacifist, and tarnished by prior associations with the radical group Hamas and the IRA. Read More »

Attorney General Jeff Sessions says travel ban needed for security


The 9th Circuit judges said they didn't need to reach the constitutional question because the travel ban violated immigration law, and thus wasn't allowed. "The president must make a sufficient finding that the entry of these classes of people would be 'detrimental to the interests of the United States, '" Monday's ruling states. Read More »

British PM Theresa May seeks lifeline after bruising election result


European Council President Donald Tusk has warned there was "no time to lose" after May began the two-year countdown to Britain's withdrawal by triggering Article 50 of the EU's Lisbon Treaty on March 29. The report found the vast majority of businesses want to retain membership of the single market and customs union to facilitate trade with the EU and countries with trade agreements with the EU. Read More »

Controversial Justice CS Karnan creates history !


In 1983, he enrolled at the Bar and started practicing on the civil side. He was transferred to the Calcutta High Court on March 11, 2016. Calcutta High Court Judge Justice CS Karnan on Monday will become the first judge of a high court to retire while being untraceable. Read More »

Mexico come from behind to draw with US in World Cup qualifier

The U.S. will face Mexico Sunday in a 2018 Russia World Cup qua. The U.S. bogged down Mexico in the midfield, and didn't just park the bus and hope for the best. After suffering heartbreak four years ago , Panama's time for a World Cup , whether secured with direct qualification or the more likely scenario of the playoff, appears to be coming. Read More »

Comey's dad says his son 'laughs' over subject of leaking

It has given rise to numerous questions in the minds of the media and the common people. The president has said Comey's testimony vindicates his assertion that Trump himself wasn't personally under investigation. But, "I think there's absolutely evidence to begin a case". Sessions is expected to face sharp questioning from his former Senate colleagues about his role in the investigation into contacts between Trump campaign associates and Russian Federation during the 2016 election. Read More »

Bangladesh arrests 6 suspected Islamist militants


Bangladesh police have arrested a wealthy businessman who was a senior member of a banned Islamist group that killed 22 people in the country's worst terror attack at a popular cafe here. Two policemen had also died in that operation. The Islamic State group has claimed responsibility for numerous attacks, including last year's restaurant siege, but authorities have rejected the claims and held JMB responsible. Read More »

British police name third man involved in London Bridge attack

Previously unreleased CCTV footage has made its way to social media, showing the moment armed police officers killed three terrorists who launched a vicious attack on Londoners last week. "That's where the question of resources comes into play". Khan told British TV station Channel 4 on Monday evening: "I don't think we should roll out the red carpet to the president of the United States of America in the circumstances where his policies go against everything we stand for". Read More »

Across the US, marches and rallies in support of LGBT rights


Since the Pulse shooting , what should have been a reminder to all who organize and/or attend pride events , many people who think differently, be it politically or otherwise from these pride organizers, are shunned and not permitted to attend these so-called "inclusive" events. Read More »

Northern Ireland's unionist kingmakers may help shape PM's Brexit


Theresa May was being used as a defensive shield by her party yesterday as Tory MPs sought to delay a leadership contest while believing that she could be gone within months. Before we look at the arithmetic, the first thing to say, perhaps, is that despite the fear of instability in the coming days and weeks, the hung parliament represents the divided nature of the British electorate. Read More »

Brexit talks may not start on time


May faced her lawmakers at a meeting of the 1922 Committee on Monday. Finally, and perhaps most crucially, May has lost control over Brexit - the very reason she called an election three years early. Davis also suggested the government would focus on the divorce proceedings before moving on to trade. Most of these issues are devolved to the Northern Ireland Assembly, " he said. Read More »

PM May not sobbing over election, Brexit minister says


The British political system is in total disarray. One has to pity Theresa May , the United Kingdom's hapless prime minister, who has got herself into the most bad of political predicaments. That did not help May, who had overseen cuts in police numbers during six years in her previous job as interior minister. Many governments have achieved stable majorities with much smaller voting percentages. Read More »

Britain's Brexit minister says May not a 'dead woman walking'


She brought former leadership rival Michael Gove back into cabinet to bolster her position and help with Brexit negotiations. European Council President Donald Tusk on Friday urged that Brussels and London should press ahead with the Brexit talks, in a congratulatory letter on May's re-election. Read More »

Trump Offers 'Warm Support' to Theresa May After Poll Setback

The result looks set to trigger a period of political uncertainty and could throw Britain's negotiations to leave the European Union , due to start June 19, into disarray. DUP leader Arlene Foster's initial comments were non-committal: "The prime minister has spoken with me this morning and we will enter discussions with the Conservatives to explore how it may be possible to bring stability to our nation at this time of great challenge". Read More »

LeBron James would like MJ and Magic as 3-on-3 teammates

IOC president Thomas Bach said: "The fascinating new events that we approved today, together with the five new sports that were added to the Tokyo 2020 programme previous year, represent a step-change in the Olympic programme. The new Olympic event was added Friday by the International Olympic Committee . There will be an equal number of women and men competing at rowing in Tokyo - 263 each - with rowing's athlete quota reduced from 550 at the 2016 Rio Olympics to 526 for Tokyo. Read More »

Boris Johnson calling for end to blockade of Qatar


Qatar hired Ashcroft Law Firm, LLC for 90 days, agreeing to pay it $2.5 million to help the Persian Gulf nation comply with USA money laundering and counterterrorism financing regulations and to stress its efforts to combat global terrorism, according to disclosures filed under the Foreign Agents Registration Act. Read More »

Brexit forever? How May's failed election gamble changes Brexit

The little-known, ultraconservative DUP party said "talks so far have been positive". Guy Verhofstadt, the European Parliament's top Brexit official, is eager to get talks started. But the wooing of the DUP risks upsetting the political balance in Northern Ireland by aligning London more closely with the pro-British side in the divided province, where a power-sharing government with Irish nationalists is now suspended. Read More »

Pentagon's top leaders to face Congress on defense spending

The two most recent agreements to waive the budget caps allowed increases for both defense and domestic spending, as demanded by Democrats. But lawmakers have refused to go along, questioning the data and the analysis the Pentagon used to make its argument for fewer facilities. Read More »

Draymond Green gets in the mix in Game 4 against Cavs

Kerr said after the game that he initially thought the technical was on Green. But before the incident involving Green's second-technical-foul-but-whoops-it-was-actually-his-first, there was a amusing moment where Kerr argued with a ref, presumably about the first technical foul that was mistakenly issued to Green. Read More »

UK Conservative Party loses majority, prepares for hung parliament


May spent the early hours of Friday talking terms with the DUP, who have 10 seats and will work with May on a vote-by-vote basis known as "confidence and supply". "The prime minister called the election because she wanted a mandate". Scottish Conservative leader Ruth Davidson said the idea of a new independence referendum "is dead". Read More »