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Chuck D Confirms New Public Enemy Album Release Date


Nothing Is Quick In The Desert is the group's 15th studio album. "The record business is appearing like a desert", Chuck told the rap site, offering up context for the title of the suddenly forthcoming project. Public Enemy has found their way back to the booth. We last heard from Public Enemy , when they released their 2015's album Man Plans God Laughs . Read More »

Suspect In Police Officer Airport Stabbing Is Canadian

The criminal complaint says Ftouhi stabbed Lieutenant Jeff Neville with a large knife and declared " Allahu Akbar ", the Arabic phrase for "God is great". Ftouhi legally entered the Champlain, New York , on June 16 and made his way to the Flint airport Wednesday morning, Gelios said. A U.S. official told CNN that, based on preliminary information, it appears the suspect has traveled between the United States and Canada multiple times. Read More »

Otto Warmbier has 'severe neurological injury' after detainment in North Korea


Brandon Foreman said at a press conference. Physicians said they don't know the cause of Warmbier's brain damage, noting that he doesn't seem to understand language, doctors said. He said he and his wife grew frustrated with the lack of word about their son from former president Barack Obama's administration, which they said instructed them to keep a low profile to avoid upsetting the North Koreans. Read More »

Indian PM Modi meets his Dutch counterpart for talks

The US President said trade between the two global powers must be "fair and reciprocal" and he hoped barriers would be removed to the exports of US goods to Indian markets. Trump said United States looked forward to exporting more energy, including liquefied natural gas (LNG) on long-term contracts. "In this regard, the visit of Prime Minister is singular success which was reflected in the joint media briefing made by the two leaders", he said. Read More »

US, India tell Pakistan: Don't let terrorists use your territory

President Donald, following delegation-level talks said . President Donald Trump meets with Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi in the Oval Office of the White House in Washington , Monday, June 26, 2017. The meeting brought together two nationalist leaders who have made efforts to boost their domestic manufacturing industry signature issues. Thanking the key European nation for backing India's MTCR membership, he said, "Because of your support India got the membership of the MTCR". Read More »

N. Carolina teen missing over a year found alive in Georgia


Burns was last been seen at her home at 12:30 a.m. on May 23, 2016. "Well, first of all, it's heartbreaking", neighbor Kerry Fetter told Channel 2's Rikki Klaus. Shaunna Burns said that while in Georgia, Hailey met a woman online from Romania. The teen , who authorities say has been reunited with her parents, had allegedly met Wysolovski online, her parents told ABC affiliate WSOC-TV in Charlotte. Read More »

Officials to discuss condition of officer stabbed at airport


Mohcin Asrii, a 27-year-old student who lived directly below Ftouhi's third-floor apartment, expressed shock that a middle-aged man with a wife and three children could be accused of carrying out the stabbing. More charges could be filed as prosecutors take the case to a grand jury, Gelios said. The suspect, Amor M. Ftouhi , is being held in custody until his Wednesday hearing. Read More »

Least Patriotic States Voted for Hillary Clinton


Each of these seven least patriotic states voted for Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton in 2016. WalletHub says they compared the 50 states across 13 key indicators of patriotism, such as a state's volunteer rate, where Kansas ranks 11th. Read More »

57 dead in US-led strikes on IS Syria prison: monitor

The activist-run Deir Ezzor 24 media outlet said the building targeted in Tuesday's strike belonged to an al-Qaeda-linked commander before it was seized by IS in 2014. The coalition could not immediately be reached for comment. There has been a dramatic increase in reported civilian deaths resulting from US and coalition airstrikes in both Syria and Iraq since the beginning of the year. Read More »

57 dead in US-led air strikes on IS prison in Syria

The battle for Raqqa is the SDF's flagship offensive, with heavy backing from coalition air strikes, advisers, weapons and equipment. US-backed forces are pushing to oust IS, also known as ISIS and ISIL, from its last major urban strongholds, Raqa in Syria and Mosul in Iraq . Read More »

Trump launches into raging morning tweetstorm on Obama, Russia, and 'collusion'


President Trump says his predecessor "didn't choke, he colluded or obstructed" after learning about Russia's attempted interference in the US election - months before saying anything about it. U.S. President Donald Trump Monday said a four-month probe into allegations of collusion between his campaign and Russian Federation has turned up nothing, and he deserves an apology. Read More »

Reporter Pushes Back On White House's Media Complaints: 'Come On'


Sanders's surprise appearance came as Spicer, who was scheduled to lead the briefing, was on Capitol Hill with other White House officials trying to salvage the Senate GOP's healthcare plan. I think if it is accurate , I think it's a disgrace to all of media, to all of journalism. "If the media can't be trusted to report the news, then that's a risky place for America", she said, singling out organizations that have focused on what she called the "Russia-Trump hoax". Read More »

What you need to know about Trump's travel ban


People leave the Supreme Court in Washington, Monday, June 26, 2017, as justices issued their final rulings for the term. Omar Jadwat is the director of the ACLU's Immigrants' Rights Project and argued against Trump's travel ban before the 4th Circuit Court of Appeals in Virginia. Read More »

Macron's government promises to renew politics in France


PARIS A third of the conservative The Republicans' party newly elected lawmakers are splitting away from their peers to create their own parliamentary group, one of the lawmakers said, in a further sign of the dynamiting of France's political landscape. Read More »

Trump says Mueller's friendship with Comey is 'very bothersome'

Some 45 percent of respondents said they are more likely to believe Comey, while 22 percent said the same for Trump, who has disputed key parts of Comey's testimony. Trump did say, however, that Mueller is an "honorable man". Neither Trump nor the White House gave out recordings since then and were reluctant to confirm if such recordings did exist. Read More »

United States shoots down Iranian drone in Syria: Coalition


He added the rare missile strike expressed Iran's aspirations in the region. Sponsored Content - Download our Executive Briefing to learn how agency and industry experts are hoping to reduce insider threats. Binskin said the jet fighters had been occupied recently supporting Iraqi security forces in retaking the city of Mosul, so the suspension had little effect on their operations. Read More »

Supreme Court orders re-argument in 2 cases


White House sources think Justice Anthony Kennedy might announce his retirement from the Supreme Court Monday, Mike Allen reports. US Supreme Court Associate Justice Anthony M. The action Monday is a victory for President Donald Trump in the biggest legal controversy of his young presidency. The justices will hear arguments in the case in October. Read More »

Court upholds 'Making a Murderer' Brendan Dassey's overturned conviction


In November of a year ago, a Milwaukee judge finally recognized that and chose to overturn Dassey's conviction , granting him supervised release from prison while the state decided it it wanted to pursue a retrial. A big win for Brendan Dassey: A federal appeals court panel has ordered Wisconsin to retry the inmate within 90 days or set him free, Courthouse News reports . Read More »

France's Macron offers 'open door' if Britain chooses to stay in EU

After their press conference the two leaders headed to the Stade de France to watch a friendly match between the French and English football teams. Britain's Prime Minister Theresa May (L) and France's President Emmanuel Macron hold a joint press conference in the grounds of The Elysee Palace in Paris on June 13, 2017 . Read More »

Theresa May still pursuing deal with DUP for crunch Commons vote

Under the agreement, about £1bn in "new money" has been earmarked for Northern Ireland, as well as greater flexibility over £500m already allocated to the country. Britain's embattled Prime Minister Theresa May has finally secured a governing majority in the UK Parliament after agreeing a £1 billion ($1.2 billion) deal with a political party with 10 MPs from Northern Ireland. Read More »

Positive on India-made SE iPhones, app developers, Tim Cook tells PM

During both his interactions in Washington DC on Sunday, June 25 - one with the top 20 CEOs of U.S. companies and another with the Indian diaspora in the country - Modi painted a rosy picture of the country. Apple CEO Tim Cook is learnt to have told Prime Minister Narendra Modi about the company's first India-made iPhone - the iPhone SE - during a meeting of delegation of American business leaders in Washington on Sunday. Read More »

Tim Cook wants compulsory coding classes for United States kids

However there is a week of working sessions and conversations about modernising the government's systems, cybersecurity, the H-1B visa programme, talent recruitment and other issues. In 2014, the former president created the U.S. President Trump is asking the CEOs of the world's largest tech companies for help in modernizing the American government system. Read More »

Pres. Trump to Meet with PM of India

The visit appears to be low key as there is no plan to address a joint press conference. "A year later, I return to the USA confident in the growing convergence between our two nations. She said cultural exchanges between the two nations have played a role in strengthening bilateral ties. He said that this was India's tradition and culture, to abide by the global rules. Read More »

PM leads yoga day amid rain


Prominent personalities like Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Baba Ramdev actively participates in the Yoga Events in order to bring awareness to people regarding the maintenance of sound health. Similar yoga displays were organised in villages, towns and cities across India and in other countries. "Yoga's huge popularity outside India is high and has connected the world with India". Read More »

Trump scrambles for GOP health-care votes

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell released his health care bill to a mix of indecision and opposition. And if that happens, Senate Republicans are sure to tout the CBO coverage number as proof they made the bill less severe. Earlier Monday, a conservative Republican senator used unusually harsh terms to accuse party leaders of trying to rush the party's health care bill through the Senate. Read More »