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England v France: Lionesses must be backed at a silly price


Sampson was not backing down from his comments on Friday, telling the BBC: "We're a team of street fighters and when we're poked our reaction is to poke back". "We have seen since the beginning of the competition that England is a very efficient team, it will be a good challenge for the defenders to be against a team who are able to score at any moment". Read More »

Bear euthanized after pouncing on woman's tent in Colorado campground


The woman, whose name has not been released, was checked by emergency medical technicians, who determined she was not seriously injured, CPW spokesman Bill Vogrin said in the news release. Wildlife officers placed signs around the area to warn other campers of bear activity. Colorado Parks and Wildlife officials believe the bear was the same one that on Monday broke into an unoccupied auto to eat cake and other foods. Read More »

CNE midway ride shuttered after deadly accident in US

Edmonton's annual K-Days fair closed the amusement ride on Wednesday evening and Toronto's Canadian National Exhibition said the attraction would not be included at its upcoming fair in August. Officials did not immediately know what caused the ride to malfunction. Ohio Gov. John Kasich said while the fair was open Thursday, all rides would remain closed until they were inspected again. Read More »

Obamacare remains law: republican health care amendment defeated in Senate vote


Despite making a decisive vote for opening debate on the measure, the Arizona senator's ultimate "no" vote effectively killed the legislation called the "skinny repeal" bill . Hours before the failed vote Trump tweeted: "Go Republican Senators, Go!" The eight-page health care document is a more limited version of what McConnell wanted with a full on repeal of Obamacare. Read More »

Putin Derides 'Illegal' Sanctions Bill - But Says He's Waiting On Final Version


Anthony Scaramucci, the president's new communications director, told CNN on Thursday that Trump "may sign the sanctions exactly the way they are, or he may veto the sanctions and negotiate an even tougher deal against the Russians". At the same time, the version the House passed with a vote of 419-3 would curb President Trump's authority when it comes to waiving those sanctions. Read More »

Pence Explains The Unprecedented Transparency Of The Trump Administration


Trump took to Twitter Tuesday morning to accuse Sessions of taking "a VERY weak position on Hillary Clinton crimes". "He is determined to move this country in the direction he believes it needs to go to make us great again... However, Sessions has been steadfast in saying he made the right decision. It's not the first time Yates has publicly clashed with the president. Read More »

Graham, McCain, Johnson threaten to vote 'no' on healthcare

President Donald Trump took to Twitter early Friday morning to slam "3 Republicans and 48 Democrats " for failing to pass a stripped-down version of a bill to repeal the Affordable Care Act . The chamber adjourned following the defeat, and there are no further Senate votes this week. Among those Republicans who voted against the bill was former Republican presidential candidate John McCain , who had returned to Washington for the vote after being diagnosed with brain cancer ... Read More »

Here's video of John McCain voting the deciding 'no' on Obamacare repeal


Sen. Susan Collins of ME, another of the three Republicans to vote against the GOP plan (Alaska's Lisa Murkowski was the other), said she is pleased that Sen. "Democracy is about bipartisanship and listening to what's in the best interest of the people we serve", Green said. "The reality, however, is that repealing and replacing Obamacare still ultimately requires the Senate to produce 51 votes for an actual plan". Read More »

Gunmen attack Kenyan Dep. President Ruto's residence


Security officials were not available for comments on the attack. "Fighting is still going on but reinforcements have been sent to the home", the police officers said. The deputy president had left hours earlier for a campaign rally in the town of Kitale, where he joined President Uhuru Kenyatta. Recent opinion polls indicate this year's election will be tight, and tensions are rising. Read More »

Starving Animals Rescued From Abandoned Zoo In Syria

In a joint effort between the animal charity Four Paws and Turkey's environment ministry, the animals were taken out of the Aalim al-Sahar zoo (or Magic World in English) and have arrived at an animal rehabilitation center in Karacabey in the Turkish province of Bursa, after a 675 mile journey. Read More »

Police officer shot in Schenectady County after responding to domestic dispute


Glenville and Scotia Police were both on the scene when the officer was shot. The officer was taken by medical flight to Albany Medical Center where he successfully underwent surgery and is expected to recover from his injuries. Police are waiting to notify the family before they release the name of the male suspect who was killed. "We hope he gets everything he needs", Koetzle said. Read More »

US Navy Fires Shots Near Iran Vessels, Media Says


This is the latest in a series of encounters involving the two navies. The Guards "ignored the unconventional move by the U.S. ships and continued their mission, after which the supercarrier and its warship left the area", the statement added. Read More »

Donald Trump Taps New Chief Of Staff

After frequent conversations with Kelly, Trump recently warmed up to the idea of naming Kelly chief of staff to more effectively manage personnel and offered it to him earlier this week, a senior White House official said. "I can tell you two fish that don't stink, and that's me and the president". The former head of the Republican National Committee was brought in as a veteran Washington player to help bridge the insider-outsider gap in the administration, but instead he tumbled into the chasm. Read More »

The On Assignment, Inc. (ASGN) Issues Q3 Earnings Guidance

Five analysts surveyed by Zacks expected $655.9 million. It has outperformed by 14.44% the S&P500. The stock's market capitalization is 2.57B, it has a 52-week low of 32.04 and a 52-week high of 55.53. owned 0.51% of On Assignment worth $13,004,000 as of its most recent filing with the SEC. (NYSE:ASGN). 170,355 are held by Jpmorgan Chase And Company. Read More »

Russia Retaliates Over Sanctions And Orders US Diplomats To Leave


Trump has privately expressed frustration over Congress' ability to limit or override the power of the White House on national security matters, saying that it is complicating efforts to coordinate with allies - particularly those in Europe that have taken a different approach to sanctions. Read More »

Girl raped twice in one night at United Kingdom railway station


The girl had walked with a friend to Witton station. The driver offered her lift, but instead of taking her safety he attacked her again. After the attack, the girl managed to flag down a passing auto. Detectives from British Transport Police and West Midlands Police have launched invetsigations to try identify the rapists and have appealed for witnesses. Read More »

F5 Networks, Inc. (FFIV) Issues Q4 Earnings Guidance

The stock presently has a consensus rating of "Hold" and an average price target of $132.00. F5 Networks now has a consensus rating of Hold and an average target price of $132.00. Its down 0.43, from 1.52 in 2016Q3. American Capital Management Inc. now owns 30,055 shares of the network technology company's stock valued at $3,819,000 after buying an additional 1,010 shares during the last quarter. Read More »

Court clears way for Arkansas abortion pill rules


A three-judge panel of the 8th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in St. Louis vacated U.S. District Court Judge Kristine Baker's preliminary injunction against the law. The panel sent the case back to Baker and said the judge should look into the number of women who would be unduly burdened by the requirement and whether it amounts to a "large fraction" of women seeking the abortion pill in Arkansas. Read More »

Father arrested in hot mobile home death of Largo child


William Hendrickson was arrested Thursday, July 27, as part of a death investigation at the King's Manor Estates on South Belcher Road near 142nd Avenue North. Detectives reported that Hendrickson had previously been warned to never leave his children in hot area in the bedroom after social services paid a visit to his house. Read More »

Saudi coalition downs Yemen rebel missile near Mecca


More than two million Muslims from around the world make the annual pilgrimage to Mecca, one of the five pillars of Islam which every able-bodied Muslim who can afford to is obliged to undertake at least once. The Arab coalition wants to take control of Hodeida on the Red Sea or place it under the auspices of the U.N. The worldwide body has rejected the plans on the grounds that it would slow the arrival of humanitarian aid. Read More »

Reince Priebus: Trump 'wanted to go a different direction'


You accomplish great things every day defending our nation and I know your exceptional work will continue". Outgoing Homeland Security Secretary and new White House chief of staff John Kelly is thanking the staff at DHS for the opportunity to serve as their secretary. Read More »

Watch the moment that McCain voted no on Obamacare repeal


Republicans in the US Senate have largely failed at trying to pass a comprehensive plan to repeal and replace Obamacare. "We need to reconsider our approach", she said. All the people across the nation who have raised their voices and worked so very hard to fight repeal efforts deserve a moment to appreciate the magnitude of this accomplishment. Read More »

Judiciary member warns president on special counsel, attorney general


In the latest signs of a backlash, Sen. But here's what the president can't do bring the president can't draw a red line until the special council you can't go here that's not the rule of law Mueller is subject to oversight and scrutiny but the President can't control his investigation that makes us more like Russian Federation and less like America. Read More »