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Congressman at shooting scene made 'frantic' phone call to his wife

The hospital treating Scalise announced early in the game that the congressman remains in critical condition but is improving. "It's been much more hard than people even thought at the time", Trump told reporters at the White House on Thursday, adding he also visited the wounded Capitol Police officer at the hospital. Read More »

Russia, Brazil in talks for pre-World Cup friendly

The 2017 edition is being held over a fortnight with two groups containing the six winners of the Federation Internationale de Football Association confederations tournaments joined by world champions Germany and hosts Russia . When asked about Sunday's match, soccer fan Daniel Alarcón, 29, of Denver, Colorado said that he "has to believe" Mexico will win the match, though Portugal is a very strong team and Ronaldo is having a great year. Read More »

UPS staff return after three warehouse workers shot dead

ET) at the UPS San Francisco Customer Center, a couple of blocks east of Franklin Square. Cilia says Lam filed a request back in March to reduce his overtime hours and believes that was resolved immediately because it never escalated to a formal grievance. Read More »

DOJ Warns Against Stories Attributed to Anonymous 'Officials'

Comey, who was sacked on May 9, told a Senate panel last week he believed Trump dismissed him to undermine the FBI's Russian Federation probe. She was appointed to the Privacy and Civil Liberties Oversight board in 2012 by President Obama , then appointed to the associate attorney general position by Trump . Read More »

No 'proof' on 'collusion' with Russians, Trump says

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President Donald Trump complained on social media about the wide-ranging investigation of Russian interference in the US election as Robert Mueller appeared to widen his probe to include whether Trump tried to obstruct justice. In a message that journalists and political observers say looks like a shocking attack by a sitting president on his own Justice Department, President Donald Trump appeared to take aim at Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein in a Friday morning tweet . Read More »

Confederations Cup 2017 Preview; Will Russia Be Good Host?

By far the biggest name at the tournament will be global superstar Cristiano Ronaldo , who will captain Euro 2016 winners Portugal . World Cup holders Germany and the six winners of Federation Internationale de Football Association confederations descend on Russia for the two-week tournament that will allow the hosts to assess the readiness of four of its World Cup venues and its ability to handle fans from overseas. Read More »

Russian Federation probe: Vice President Mike Pence hires outside counsel

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Moscow denies meddling in the campaign. His attorney said that Pence's office directed him to "make certain that whatever method [of payment] is used is compliant with all federal law and regulation". Trump has railed against the investigation since it began, repeatedly describing it as a witch hunt. Kushner - Trump's son-in-law - is one of several people close to the president who are "people of interest" in the investigation. Read More »

Theresa May hold talks with DUP to form government

The late deputy first minister, Martin McGuinness, stood down to protest the DUP's handling of an energy scandal , in a move that triggered a snap election. May received members of Northern Ireland's other political parties on Thursday to reassure them that any deal with the DUP would not affect the government's neutrality in Northern Ireland . Read More »

Deputy AG says he may have to recuse himself from Russia probe

In an earlier tweet on Friday, Mr Trump wrote that nobody has been able to show any proof of "collusion with the Russians". The White House has denied any collusion, and Trump has repeatedly complained about the probe, saying Democrats can not accept his election win. Read More »

Wallace: Trump's Tweets Are Keeping Mueller's Russia Probe in Headlines

Friday's tweets are the latest in a week of angry social media responses by the president after a report by The Washington Post that Mueller was looking into whether Trump obstructed justice. Regardless of the outcome, the spectre of Mueller examining the possibility of obstruction of justice appeared to be a new blow to Trump , whose first five months in office have been clouded by the federal and congressional probes into the Russian Federation issue. Read More »

58 people are presumed dead in Grenfell Tower disaster

The newly-appointed First Secretary of State defended the Prime Minister after she initially failed to meet victims of the fire in west London . The government has ordered inspections of similar buildings, and May said it was doing "everything in our power" to ensure people living in an estimated 4,000 other tower blocks across Britain were safe. Read More »

Arrest warrants out for Turkish agents, others in DC melee

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Four people already have been charged in connection with the incident, which occurred during Erdogan's visit to the USA capital. Several people were injured in a brawl during Erdogan's visit to the U.S. Newsham recounted how video near the residence showed some people attacking protesters with their fists and feet. A video posted online showed men in dark suits chasing protesters and punching and kicking them as police struggled to intervene. Read More »

58 presumed dead in London tower fire

At least 30 people have been confirmed dead and about 70 in total are understood to be missing. The Queen and Prince William visited a rest centre in west London helping those affected by the Grenfell Tower fire , as the official death toll nearly doubled to 30. Read More »

Shahbaz Sharif says biased JIT targetting his family

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Pakistan's prime minister Nawaz Sharif appeared before an anti-corruption investigation commission Thursday, in an ongoing case that has gripped Pakistan and threatened to topple him after the Panama Papers leak past year. In a tweet he said, "Owing to a biased one sided coverage of Jang group as protest we are withdrawing our representation from all forums run by Geo group". Read More »

Trump decides to "go on the attack" over Federal Bureau of Investigation probe

The FBI is also conducting a parallel probe, which reportedly includes special counsel Robert Mueller looking into whether the president obstructed justice. The first is into whether anyone on Mr Trump's campaign or associated with it, with him or with any of his businesses, may have had any illegal dealings with Russian officials or others with ties to the Kremlin, said the official. Read More »

Myanmar military plane carrying 120 goes missing

The plane went missing in March 2014 en route from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing with 239 people on board, but no wreckage has ever been found. An announcement posted on the Facebook page of the commander of the military, Senior Gen. The reason for crash remains unclear as the dispersal of the wreckage suggests it could have broken up in mid air. A military spokesman says bodies and aircraft parts have been found during the search for a transport plane that disappeared yesterday afternoon. Read More »

Hundreds to attend rally for Grenfell Tower Victims

As of Friday morning, authorities have not determined the cause of the fire. A number of people are missing and there are still pockets of fire within the 24 storey building . He confirmed that "there is nothing to suggest at this time that the fire was started deliberately ". Some jumped to their deaths rather than face the flames, and witnesses reported seeing small children thrown from the tower by their families in a desperate bid to save them. Read More »

Sen. Marco Rubio played a big roll in President Trump's Cuba rollback

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Trump said he was reimposing certain travel and trade restrictions that had been relaxed by the Obama administration in an attempt to improve relations, criticising it as a "completely one-sided deal". Trump's proposed policy could stifle hotel development on the island and ban Americans from staying at hotels with ties to the Cuban military. "You went out and you voted". Read More »