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Jaguars claim OL Rhaney off waivers, release Collins

Rhaney is another interior lineman added to the mix. He has appeared in 32 games (one start). He started 22 games for Tennessee State after transferring from Ellsworth Community College. That level of pressure can also correlate to the 51 career interceptions Bortles has thrown over his first three years in the league. Collins, 23, was signed last month after going undrafted. Read More »

Russian opposition figure detained amid protests

Being detained by police is nothing new for Navalny . Tens of thousands of demonstrators took out rallies in places stretching throughout the country - from the Pacific to the European enclave of Kaliningrad against the corruption in the country. Read More »

FBI says investigating Michigan airport stabbing as act of terrorism


Security camera footage showed the man lingering at Bishop International Airport in Flint , Michigan , before emerging from the toilets and pulling out a 12-inch (30-centimeter) knife. "Suffice it to say, he has a hatred for the United States", Gelios said of Ftouhi. Following the stabbing, the airport was reportedly evacuated and "all passengers and personnel are said to be safe". Read More »

Prince William turns 35: How the royal is reshaping his role


He will become a full-time royal and take on more official duties, on behalf of the Queen . Getty Of course, now she's married into royalty, Catherine has a few monikers. Veteran MP Dennis Skinner saw the amusing side of the Queen's diary predicament, and in his traditional heckle ahead of the Queen's speech joked that MPs and Black Rod should hurry up so she could make the first race at Royal Ascot . Read More »

Britain's Prince Philip hospitalized with infection

Philip was admitted to a private hospital in London on Tuesday evening as a precautionary measure , following the advice of a doctor, after becoming ill with an infection arising from a pre-existing condition. Queen Elizabeth II's husband, Prince Philip has been hospitalized, according to multiple media reports. As per tradition, the queen gave a speech to Parliament Wednesday morning announcing the government's legislative agenda. Read More »

Brexit 'divorce bill' from European Union to be settled ahead of trade talks

The first negotiating session came three months after British Prime Minister Theresa May triggered a two-year countdown to Britain's withdrawal from the European Union on March 29. The official position (in public at least) is that nothing has changed. Asked if he had given any ground to Britain, Mr Barnier said: "I am not in a frame of mind to make concessions, or ask for concessions". Read More »

Why is Prince Philip in hospital? What is wrong with Prince Philip?


He has enjoyed good health throughout much of his life, recovering from a blocked coronary artery in 2011 and a bladder infection in 2012, the latter leading him to miss the majority of the Queen's Diamond Jubilee celebrations. On Wednesday, he sat beside the Queen on the throne in the place usually taken by his father. Just Tuesday, he attended the Royal Ascot horse races, accompanying the Queen for a full day of activity. Read More »

United States emphasizes shared concerns with China

It comes as South Korean President Moon Jae-in says North Korea should swiftly return South Koreans and Americans detained in the reclusive nation and that Pyongyang has "a heavy responsibility" in the death of Warmbier. "U.S.A.", he tweeted in April. The coroner's office in Cincinnati is investigating the death of an American college student who died less than a week after his return from North Korea, where he was detained for almost a year and a half. Read More »

Prince Philip leaves hospital after treatment for infection


A Buckingham Palace spokesman told the press that Philip's hospitalisation was a "precautionary measure", and that the infection had been brought about by a pre-existing condition. When the Duke was in his 70s one of the Queen's former physicians described him as "astonishingly fit for a man of his age". The prince has been the queen's dutiful husband for 70 years and announced his forthcoming retirement in May. Read More »

After Warmbier's death, USA weighs travel ban on North Korea

James Foley was a freelance war correspondent before he was captured and held for almost two years. A public funeral service is scheduled for Thursday at 9 Wyoming High School . "Resumption of dialogue with North Korea may need to be pursued in close cooperation and consultation with the United States, but South Korea does not need to be allowed by the do so", Kwun Hyuk-ki, a Cheong Wa Dae spokesman, told Yonhap News Agency. Read More »

Father of German reunification, Helmut Kohl, dies aged 87

In Brussels, European flags were lowered to half-mast in tribute . Bill Clinton, another former USA president described that Kohl was called upon to answer some of the most monumental questions of his time . Helmut Joseph Michael Kohl was born in Ludwigshafen on April 3, 1930, the third and last child of Cäcilie E. and Hans Kohl, a minor civil servant and tax expert who had been a soldier in World War I. Read More »

Iran's Airtour signs MoU for 45 A320neo Airbus aircraft


According to the statement, to date Zagros Airlines is the largest domestic single-aisle Airbus operator in Iran with 11 A320ceo Family aircraft. Iranian carriers Iran Airtour and Zagros Airlines have agreed to buy a combined 73 planes from Airbus, the European aircraft maker said on Thursday at the Paris Air Show. Read More »

Saudi King Promotes Son To Crown Prince

Saudi Arabia's Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman sits during an allegiance pledging ceremony in Mecca, Saudi Arabia June 21, 2017. Saudi Arabia crushed a campaign of al Qaeda attacks in 2003-06 but has been hit by Islamic State bombings in the past two years. Read More »

Qatar's Isolation 'Could Last Years': UAE Minister

This photo taken on 5 June 2017 shows a man walking past the Qatar Airways branch in the Saudi capital Riyadh, after it had suspended all flights to Saudi Arabia following a severing of relations between major gulf states and gas-rich Qatar. Read More »

Queen's hat: An 'anti-Brexit' message?


When Elizabeth II rolled up to the Palace of Westminster on Wednesday, she did so without numerous trappings that typically attend the Queen's Speech. The aim, said the monarch, was for Britain to make a success of Brexit. Technology was also a recurring theme in the speech, which comes after formal Brexit negotiations kicked off in Brussels this week. Read More »

Clarksville Residents Remember Pulse Nightclub Victims On Anniversary

Police killed the gunman after a three-hour standoff. 5 Deadliest Mass Shootings In U.S . Thousands later gathered around Lake Eola for a third remembrance event, during which 49 candles were lit as each victims' name was read. Choking back sobs, Poma said she missed everything about Pulse, whose site will become a permanent memorial. The evening vigil came after a full day of emotional tributes to the people killed. Read More »

Greater Anglia trains cancelled to and from London due to heat

A full, scheduled morning peak service will run normally. The speed restrictions have been put in place to protect the railway infrastructure and keep services running as temperatures continue to rise. Network Rail has imposed heat-related speed restrictions on Greater Anglia services from midday until 9pm. Advance purchase ticket holders can travel on earlier or later trains if their booked service is cancelled. Read More »

NASA's Kepler space telescope spots 219 new potential planets

The results are part of the final catalog of data released from Kepler's first four years in space (2009-2013 ) and boosts the total of exoplanets in the galaxy to 4,034. Few planets were found between those groupings. Kepler spots potential planets by looking for a dimming of a star's brightness due a planet crossing in front of it. Read More »

US officials underscore Russia threat to 2016 elections


Jeh Johnson , the former head of the Department of Homeland Security , testified before the House intelligence committee about Russian interference in the US presidential election. Johnson said that Obama clearly wanted that message out there, but did not want to make it look like he was putting his thumb on the scale for Hillary Clinton. Read More »

May fails to secure DUP deal ahead of Queen's Speech

The Queen will announce the government's legislative programme for the year ahead - likely to be dominated by Brexit - on Wednesday. With no deal with the Democratic Unionist Party, the prime minister has no guarantee she can get legislation through the Parliamentary process, forcing her to abandon many election pledges. Read More »

Dems come up short in special elections, but find a silver lining


Pelosi "consistently polls very unfavorably", said John Rogers, the executive director of the National Republican Congressional Committee - the House GOP's campaign arm. "It's time for some change". Ms. Handel endorsed an aggressive anti-establishment platform of cutting taxes, reducing waste, and promised she would hold Republican Party leadership accountable. Read More »

Unwell Prince Philip misses meeting as Queen faces race against time

His stay at the hospital means he missed Queen Elizabeth's appearance at Wednesday's state opening of Parliament where she laid out the government's agenda for the next two years. The Duke took part in the procession with the rest of the royals, including the Queen , Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Princesses Eugenie and Beatrice. Read More »

Prince Philip, 96, Hospitalized with Infection

There is usually a doctor on hand when the Queen and Duke are in residence at Windsor, as they were last night after spending the afternoon at Ascot. In December past year, Prince Philip and the queen , were both facing health issues due to which, the monarch had to skip annual holiday services. Read More »