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Trump Calls Guam Gov to 'Say Hello' and Promise Full Federal Support


Gov. Eddie Calvo said he took a call from President Donald Trump and his chief of staff Saturday morning, posting a speaker-phone video on his Facebook page . "Eddie, I have to tell you, you've become extremely famous", said the president, who telephoned from Bedminster, New Jersey, where's he on a working vacation. Read More »

Amber Alert issued for missing boy last seen in Jupiter


Florida Department of Law Enforcement officers later helped arrest Castro in Miami-Dade County, who authorities believed was trying to travel to an address in Coconut Grove. According to Dominic's mother, Danielle Caprio, she left her little boy with the nanny at around 12:30 p.m. on Thursday. Dominic may be in the company of his grandparents, Elizabeth Caprio, 60, and 64-year-old Luis Caprio. Read More »

Carter: North Koreans convinced of United States strike

The president tweeted that his "first order as President was to renovate and modernize our nuclear arsenal" and "it is now far stronger and more powerful than ever before". GOP Senator Lindsey Graham said on Thursday the United States should go for a military option against North Korea and predicted that Washington will win the conflict. Read More »

Are you a victor? Mega Millions jackpot numbers are in


Of course, there's a chance that you may have to share the jackpot with one or more people. Long Islanders on Friday were streaming into spots like Cori's Lucky Lotto in Wantagh to buy lotto tickets in hopes of winning some huge Mega Millions and Powerball jackpots. Read More »

Guam Governor: 'There Is No Threat to Our Island'


Pyongyang issued three distinct threats to attack Guam in the span of about two months. "I am working with Homeland Security to rear admiral and the United States to ensure our safety". An Alaska senator said he is anxious about a possible North Korean missile attack on his state and the rest of the country. North Korean officials responded Wednesday, calling Trump's threat a "load of nonsense" and announcing they would complete their plans to strike areas around Guam, a US territory, by ... Read More »

Americans want Trump, Congress to make ObamaCare work


While Blum has allied himself with the House's conservative Freedom Caucus, Young angered conservatives when he opposed a House GOP health care bill, then weeks later swung behind it. Most prefer that they instead move to shore up the law's marketplaces, which are seeing rising premiums and in some areas few insurers willing to sell policies. Read More »

Solapur boy suspected of playing Blue Whale game saved just in time


Now, another teen was allegedly "playing" the challenge and nearly committed suicide, was it not for his PT instructor. This week a 7th standard student in Madhya Pradesh also jumped off from the 3rd floor because of this challenge. Amid rising concerns over adverse effect of the " Blue Whale Challenge " - another student has attempted to end his life by following instructions given in the online suicide game. Read More »

Democratic lawmakers urge Tillerson to stop Trump's NK threats

In doing so, Gorka downplayed Tillerson's role in all of this. "The idea that Secretary Tillerson is going to discuss military matters is simply nonsensical ", Gorka told the BBC. "They will be met with the fire and fury like the world has never seen ". Gorka blamed the media for misinterpreting his comments. Gorka seems to be saying it's right back to where Trump suggested it was - or at least that Trump reserved the right to consider mere threats to be acts of war. Read More »

'Alt-right' rally organizer sues city over location change

At least one person was arrested after police arrived at the scene and tried to disperse the crowds. In response to the Alt-Right's peaceful demonstration in support of the Lee Monument on May 13th, the City of Charlottesville and roving mobs of Antifa have cracked down on the First Amendment rights of conservatives and right wing activists. Read More »

China should be 'neutral' if N. Korea strikes US

Trump on Friday also retweeted images of U.S. B-1 bombers stationed in Guam . The statement Friday does not mention any specific actions China would be willing to take, although some Chinese scholars and state media have called on Beijing to take on a shuttle diplomacy role to facilitate talks between the US and North Korea. Read More »

Cardinals: 'Rally Cat' found by rescue group day after disappearance


Louis Feral Cat Outreach that a kitten that kind of looks like Rally Cat has been found in the Citygarden area where it escaped. Korie Harris drops cat food pellets around tall grass at Citygarden as she searches for the St. 'We are hopeful someone will find the cat and contact us so we can properly care for it, ' the Cardinals said in the statement. Our grounds crew is working on developing a stray animal protocol to ensure the safety of both crew and animal should this happen again. Read More »

Military family concerned with North Korea's threats against Guam


Although nearly every major American news organization has misrepresented North Korea's missile threat as a direct response to Trump's "fire and fury" comment, the threat was actually issued in response to the U.S. Pyongyang said in 2016 that it might blow up Guam in response to a US anti-missile drill with Japan and South Korea it found provocative. He and others in the Bay Area with ties to Guam, an American territory, say they are calling home frequently, finding themselves more often ... Read More »

Mattis: North Korea diplomacy working despite Trump threats

Senator Graham believes there is also a threat of North Korea selling nuclear weapons they develop to Al-Qaeda, another reason he stands behind the president's words. An attack on North Korea could trigger a counterattack on South Korea and Japan. I think there is still time for other measures. If North Korea launches ballistic missiles aimed at waters around Guam, the United States will counter the threat by intercepting them with Aegis destroyers deployed in the East China Sea and the ... Read More »

Here's the Latest on the Whole Same-Sex Marriage Plebiscite Vote


On Monday, Turnbull's party held a crisis meeting over the issue, and chose to put legislation before the Parliament for the plebiscite. Instead, there will first be a voluntary national vote done by way of the postal system. A mail-in ballot would cost taxpayers about $96 million in Australian currency. The bill to fund the plebiscite was always unlikely to pass the Australian Senate on its second attempt due to continued opposition from a range of parties. Read More »

Canada sets up border camp as number of Asylum seekers swell


The Canadian Armed Forces said in a statement the camp will hold up to 500 people and will consist of "modular tent shelters with floors, lighting and heating". Canada's Third Safe Country agreement with the USA means that most asylum seekers who attempt to cross at legal border crossings are turned away because the considered a safe country. Read More »

Threat of 'Fire and Fury' Wasn't Enough for North Korea


Yun, by the way, has been instrumental in gaining the release of American prisoners in North Korea , such as the unfortunate Otto Warmbier. Pyongyang claimed that its latest missile، test-fired on July 4، can deliver a "large، heavy nuclear warhead" to the USA continent. Read More »

Hurricane Franklin makes landfall on Mexico's coast


That's slightly above the 11 to 17 named storms and two to four major hurricanes predicted at the start of the season. "The season has the potential to be extremely active, and could be the most active since 2010", NOAA said. Forecasters said hurricane-force winds extended up to 35 miles from the center of the storm and tropical storm-force winds extended up to 150 miles. Read More »

Republican Senators Brag about Bucking Their President on Russia Sanctions


A majority of Americans thinks it is fair game to look into President Trump's finances as part of the investigation into the Russian election meddling, according to a new survey. Trump suggested in remarks on Thursday that his comments threatening North Korea with " fire and fury " may not have been tough enough. A reporter, however, questioned if Trump is inflaming things. Read More »

At Least 180 Illegal Migrants Storm into Ceuta


Around 200 migrants managed to breach the border fence that separates Morocco from Spain, security forces said on Monday. In an appearance before the Spanish Deputy Congress, Zoido revealed that in the mentioned space of time, took place 2,266 attempts of jumping the fence in the perimeters of Ceuta , while in 2016, there was a total of 3, 472 attempts. Read More »

Texas Legislature Passes Bill to Stop Abortion Docs From Hiding Botched Abortions


Abbott is reviving a so-called " bathroom bill " targeting transgender people after the last try ended with Republican lawmakers angry and deadlocked. "What was unique about this bill that we are now going to blow up and repeal is instead of punishing somebody after they commit a crime, we were actually taking away the opportunity to commit a crime", said Oliverson. Read More »

Trump Says Military Option Against North Korea 'Locked And Loaded'


In a Friday morning tweet, however, Trump said "Military solutions are now fully in place, locked and loaded , should North Korea act unwisely". Two days after Trump's " fire and fury " ultimatum to North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, which shook the worldwide community and increased fears of military confrontation, the president has once again dialed up the pressure. Read More »

Reese wins fourth long jump world title


Bartoletta edged Reese at last year's Olympics in Rio de Janeiro. The 30-year-old said it was an emotional moment after her grandfather passed away two weeks ago. Darya Klishina , who is from Russian Federation but competed as an Authorized Neutral Athlete, was closest with her 7.00m leap in round 5, but at just two centimeters away she had to settle for the silver medal. Read More »

Elderly man found dead in Denver elevator pushed emergency button twice


An investigation into the death by the Denver Police Department revealed that Komisarchik pushed the emergency button twice during an 8-minute span on July 6 but got no response, The Denver Post reported Thursday. A phone or intercom system labeled "Help" is also mandatory within elevators . Elevator maintenance workers had just found Komisarchik's body inside the vehicle, Pixley told the Post . Read More »