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Democrats begin Georgia 6th District loss postmortem


Rep. Nancy Pelosi of California says in a letter to colleagues Wednesday that when President Donald Trump nominated House members to serve in his administration, he chose them from Republican districts the party knew it could win. Finally, factor in the Left's much-discussed intensity advantage, and the literally unprecedented sum of money they poured into the race, and the stage appeared set for that elusive, inspirational victory "The Resistance" has been pining for. Read More »

A 2nd mistrial: Jury deadlocks in Ohio cop's murder retrial

Ray Tensing reacts as Hamilton County Common Pleas Judge Leslie Ghiz declares a mistrial in the retrial of Tensing on June 23, 2017 in Cincinnati. The jury was not able to reach a verdict after 30 hours of deliberation. Former University of Cincinnati campus police officer Ray Tensing was accused of killing Sam DuBose in a case tinged with the same overtones of racial discrimination and heavy-handed tactics as other recent high-profile USA police shooting cases. Read More »

Trump admin set to OK surveillance drone sale to India

So far in his presidency, Trump has focused on outreach to China, India's strategic rival, as he looks to Beijing to rein in North Korea. India, a big buyer of US arms recently named by Washington as a major defense ally, wants to protect its 7,500 km (4,700 mile) coastline as Beijing expands its maritime trade routes and Chinese submarines increasingly lurk in regional waters. Read More »

Van attack victim at London mosque was 'gentle' grandfather

His family said: "We are devastated by the loss of a husband, father, brother and grandfather". The vehicle mounted the pavement and struck a group of people in Whadcoat Street, off Seven Sisters Road, in the early hours of Monday. They said he avoided political and social discussion, took comfort in spending time with his family, and was "always ready to make a amusing joke when you least expected". Read More »

Australia welcomes charges against alleged Bali bombing mastermind


A man dubbed South-East Asia's Osama Bin Laden has been reportedly charged over the 2002 Bali bombings, which killed 88 Australians. "The charge sheet says, as you know, he was the overseer of the Bali bombing and of another bombing in 2003 in Jakarta, Indonesia in American hotel the Marriot". Read More »

Tim Cook to Donald Trump: Tech workers 'nervous' about immigration

The meeting kicks off a week of administration events themed on technology. Based on the internet's reaction, it was the first time many people heard his voice - and they were more than happy to pile on the memes. He said the work the Trump administration has already done looks promising for technological advancements, citing Secretary of Veteran Affairs David Shulkin's efforts to digitize records. Read More »

13 ways the Senate GOP health-care plan could impact MI

I applaud Sens. Chuck Schumer and Kirsten Gillibrand, of NY, in opposing the Senate health care bill just produced by a closed-door panel of Republican senators. In order to expand healthcare coverage, Obamacare raised money by imposing two new taxes on the wealthy. "What I'm going to need is enough time , to find out exactly what's in this bill, and determine. Read More »

Facebook's New Mission Moves Focus to Groups (FB)


Facebook's latest move includes the introduction of several new features to its platform to help group admins grow and better manage their online communities . Rather than looking for a one-size-fits-all connectivity solution, Facebook is investing in a building-block strategy - designing different technologies for different use cases, which are then used together to create flexible and extensible networks. Read More »

Facebook poised to launch new app targeted at influencers


It's in part an update to Facebook Mentions , an app now available to verified accounts on the social network, which includes celebrities, online influencers, and journalists. The update includes a new Community tab, where creators can more easily connect with their followers on Facebook as well as Facebook's other apps, Instagram and Messenger . Read More »

Iran claims to have killed planner of Tehran terror attacks


Iran has blamed Saudi Arabia , citing statements made against the Islamic Republic by the kingdom's foreign minister and deputy crown prince as having instigated the attacks . Iran initially said a dozen victims died; it's unclear whether the toll announced Thursday includes the five attackers. One of the attackers reportedly blew himself up inside as the police surrounded the building. Read More »

Russian Federation chase win in 3-wayrace for Confed Cup last 4


Have you read Trendiee Today? New Zealand have already been eliminated. "I hope we're not going to be surprised but we have to be very vigilant against the New Zealanders". " New Zealand is always a team who plays hard and fights hard, has good quality players who play in the UK". However, he was all smiles, escorting a young mascot in a wheelchair onto the Moscow pitch before netting his first Confederations Cup goal. Read More »

Trump is 'very supportive' of Senate healthcare bill -White House

White House correspondents, while acknowledging that the briefings can sometimes have limited value as a reporting tool, say that it is still important for an administration to discuss its actions and its policy in a public forum - even if the ritual has become an opportunity for press secretaries to spin and obfuscate on behalf of the president. Read More »

Germany, California to tackle climate change together


With the USA administration out of the Paris pact, China has signaled its readiness to deal with U.S. local governments to advance its climate agenda. On June 1, Trump announced his decision to pull out of the Paris climate accord. Last week German Chancellor Angela Merkel pledged her country's continued commitment to the agreement , calling the USA decision "very regrettable". Read More »

DUP says deal with Tories 95% complete

Corbyn had already said that his party could vote against the Queen's Speech and even offer up some amendments. Referring to reports that the DUP has asked for significant investment in health and infrastructure in Northern Ireland as part of a parliamentary deal, Mr Eastwood said any money secured is for the whole of the region. Read More »

Man who shot congressman had history of arrests

As majority whip, Scalise is the third highest ranking congressman in the House of Representatives. During the incident, Rep. Scalise was shot in the hip and remains in "critical condition" as of Wednesday afternoon, following an emergency surgery. Read More »

United States congressional baseball field shooter acts alone

Hodgkinson has been previously charged with battery, with one incident allegedly involving him aiming a shotgun at a young man, and in March his neighbors complained about him shooting 50 rounds on his own property. Hodgkinson legally purchased the rifle in March 2003, and modified it to accept a detachable magazine and replaced the original stock with a folding stock, Slater said. Read More »

Pep backs Catalan independence


Guardiola, who is the current manager for Manchester City and a former manager for Bayern Munich, read a manifesto at a rally attended by more 30,000 supporters of Catalan independence. "We have no other option but to vote". A number of ballot boxes were held up during the rally to symbolize the upcoming vote. It has its own language and enjoyed autonomy before General Francisco Franco took power in 1939. Read More »

US approves sale of drones to India - General Atomics

The Prime Minister is scheduled to return home on Wednesday morning. The official praised Indian-Americans for growing Silicon Valley startups and said President Trump was very familiar as a businessman with the achievements of the community. Read More »

Mourinho refutes tax fraud accusations

Di Maria moved to Real Madrid in 2010 and quit the club for United four years later, staying just a year in England before moving to Paris . But will he leave Real Madrid? Ronaldo has denied any wrongdoing. In Spain , sentences of under two years are normally suspended. Di Maria admitted to hiding €1.3 million in tax from the Spanish finance ministry over two years, 2012 and 2013. Read More »

Rep. Peter King to Trump: Don't Bother Tweeting, Just Go Forward


That is one of many reasons he thinks Jon Ossoff lost in Georgia Tuesday. You get reliable intelligence and forecasts on more than a dozen factors that affect the economy and are critical to your business and financial success. Let me pause here to say that just as winning this race for Republicans was a morale booster, losing this race definitely kicks Democrats in the gut. Read More »

France's 'new boy' Macron a qualified hit at first EU summit


The Dutch prime minister, Mark Rutte, said there are "thousands of questions to ask" about May's proposals, and questioned why the British leader was laying them out with European Union leaders instead of with the Brexit negotiators. Italian Prime Minister Paolo Gentiloni, center, walks with European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker prior to a meeting at EU headquarters in Brussels on Thursday, June 22, 2017. Read More »

Man 'wearing explosive belt' shot by police at Brussels Central station

He was not known to the police for terrorism-related activities, Van Der Sypt said. The attacker was not believed to have been known to the authorities. In a statement, the prosecutor's office said the man entered the Brussels Central Station at 8:39 pm on Tuesday and joined a group of passengers in the underground part of the station. Read More »

Balochistan: 5 killed in blast near IGP office in Quetta


At least 11 bodies were taken to hospital, along with 19 wounded people, said Wasim Baig, a spokesman for the Civil Hospital in Quetta. Police spokesman Shahzada Farhat told news agency AP that the attack took place Friday morning in Quetta, the capital of southwestern Baluchistan province. Read More »

Powerful car blast in Pakistan kills at least 11, wounds 20

Abdul Razzaq Cheema, director general of police in Baluchistan province, of which Quetta is capital, said the bomber had detonated a auto packed with explosives. Cars and windows in the locality have been damaged by the powerful explosion. Emergency has been declared in all hospitals in the city, said local officials. Read More »