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Congressional Baseball Players to Wear Colors of Scalise's Favorite Team

Scalise, the third most powerful Republican in the House, was shot through the hip and was listed in critical condition at Medstar Washington Hospital Center Thursday after undergoing a third surgery. Joe Barton of Texas, to put in Scalise's office on behalf of the Democrats. They also signed oversized cards sending well wishes to those who were injured in the shooting, including Rep. Read More »

Last day of the Bill Cosby sex assault trial


The defense side in Bill Cosby's sexual assault trial is declaring victory and going on the attack after jurors deadlocked and the judge declared a mistrial. Constand testified Cosby then allegedly walked her to a couch and began to sexually assault her. Constand said she awoke in the middle of the assault, but felt paralyzed and "frozen" and could not move to force Cosby away. Read More »

BJP wins Shimla corporation for the first time


Though the BJP could not reach the majority but the party seems all set to take reins of the Shimla MC as the Independent winning candidate, Rakesh Kumar, happens to be a BJP rebel and he is most likely to support the party. BJP's Puran Mal from Khalini seat recorded victory by the largest margin. If the equations remain the same, a neck and neck contest will be the order to rule the Shimla Municipal Corporation. Read More »

Special counsel Mueller investigating Jared Kushner's finances

The Comey dismissal could become part of a widening investigation into whether the President tried to interfere with the ongoing Russian Federation probe. Americans should be skeptical about anonymous allegations. "The Department of Justice has a long-established policy to neither confirm nor deny such allegations". Read More »

EU's Brexit negotiator puts pressure on UK

Talks with the DUP broke up on Tuesday night without an agreement, but Mrs May said the discussions had been "productive". Earlier, Ms Foster said the talks were going well: "We hope soon to be able to bring this work to a successful conclusion". Read More »

Protest against Sharia Law held in Richardson

At one point during the New York City march, populated by only a few dozen demonstrators, organizer of the march, Pax Hart, expressed no sympathy for the fears of hijab-wearing women. "The more racists get a platform, the more people get attacked". "Women and children are not protected under Sharia law , that is why I'm here", said Mary; who is against Sharia law. Read More »

London fire: First victim named as Mohammed Alhajali

Mohammed Alhajali's mother and father have applied for permission to visit the United Kingdom so they can pay their respects and be reunited with his brother Omar, who survived the devastating fire. "Please help us collect as many signatures as possible to get them to the United Kingdom". Of the success of the campaign, Ms Suleiman said: "I'm happy - but not happy that it had to reach this". Read More »

Trump Interviewed Mueller for FBI Director Job


Ruddy said the ethics behind Mueller's presence are concerning considering how he was appointed to be special counsel. "We also were aware of facts that I can't discuss in an open setting that would make his continued engagement in a Russia-related investigation problematic", Comey said. Read More »

Britain says no EU exit deal unless future relationship taken into account

Brussels has previously warned the UK Government it will only enter talks on a potential future trade deal with Britain once "significant progress" is made on divorce matters. "We should be protecting jobs, protecting economic growth and protecting prosperity", Hammond said as he arrived for a meeting of European Union finance ministers in Luxembourg. Read More »

Officials Urge to Stay Cool as Heat Wave Envelops SoCal


The high for Monday will be 101, Tuesday's high is expected to be near 105 degrees and Wednesday is expected to reach 106 degrees. An excessive heat warning is in effect for the Coachella Valley and the San Gorgonio Pass zone, which includes the cities of Banning and Desert Hot Springs, will remain in until 9 p.m. Read More »

Conrad Roy's 'Thrilled' Grandpa Demands Michelle Carter Get 'Maximum' Sentence


During her trial proceedings, Carter's defense team said the girlfriend was a 'very troubled youngster' who was on psychiatric drugs that left her unable to feel empathy when he then-boyfriend killed himself. Prosecutors say she did it to get attention; the defense said the boyfriend had a history of attempted suicide. At some point, Roy got scared and got out of the auto , after which Carter ordered him to get back in the truck. Read More »

Leo Varadkar takes over as taoiseach

The Irish Independent reported that Minister Simon Coveney , who was Mr. Varadkar's rival for the Fine Gael leadership , would be appointed the new Minister for Foreign Affairs with incumbent minister, Charlie Flanagan, moving to the Department of Justice. Read More »

Taylor Swift returns to streaming sites

Taylor Swift evidently didn't want to live forever on only Apple Music and has made a decision to end her " Bad Blood " with free streaming services . Now, she's making headlines by putting her music back on streaming services . Mere hours before the release of Katy Perry's purposeful pop LP Witness , it looks like she may be thwarted by Taylor Swift . Read More »

Brexit negotiations to go ahead on Monday, Government confirms

Sir John said he want May to "succeed and stay" as the PM and understands clearly why she is doing the deal with the DUP however, his "main concern" is the Northern Ireland peace process. Michelle O'Neill, Sinn Fein's leader in Northern Ireland , said any deal between the Conservatives and the DUP "cannot be allowed to undermine" the province's peace accords. Read More »

Trump confirms he's under investigation


Terming Comey's allegations untrue, Trump later said he was willing to testify under oath but Mueller's reported investigation into the president's actions means that Trump will have to live with the ghost of another probe reaching to the White House . Read More »

UK's Theresa May holds talks to seal government alliance

May is holding talks Thursday with other Northern Ireland political parties amid warnings the expected DUP deal will undermine the peace process. To make things worse, the main opposition party Labour entered the election holding only 229 seats and came out with 262, raising the chances of its leader Jeremy Corbyn to succeed may as the next premier. Read More »

Islamic State say they have captured Afghanistan's Tora Bora caves


The tunnels of Tora Bora were built by the Taliban with the United States help during the Soviet-Afghan war (1979-89), and later served as an Al Qaeda and the Taliban stronghold during the 2001 U.S. The fall of the Tora Bora has also prompted heated discussion in the Afghan parliament, with lawmakers warning the government of growing I.S. activity in eastern Afghanistan. Read More »

Family of freed student adjusting to 'different reality'


Warmbier was released Tuesday from North Korea , where he had been jailed for more than 17 months. Former National Basketball Association star Dennis Rodman on Thursday gave North Korea's sports minister a copy of U.S. Later in answer to a question, Warmbier said his son had been "taken hostage" by the North Korean regime. "I was in shock". North Korean officials claimed Warmbier fell into a coma after contracting botulism and taking a sleeping pill. Read More »

Trump Admin Decides to Allow 'Dreamers' to Stay in US (For Now)


Whereas DAPA protected undocumented parents of American citizens from deportation, DACA protects undocumented children who were brought to the United States in their youth from deportation, as long as they are enrolled in school or graduated and don't have a criminal background. Read More »

Trump Being Investigated for Possible Obstruction of Justice

Investigators have also been looking for proof of possible financial crimes committed by Trump associates, officials told The Post . On Wednesday Mr Mueller met the leaders of the Senate Intelligence Committee in an effort to ensure their investigations did not conflict. Read More »

Officer Yanez found not guilty of all counts in Philando Castile shooting

They were on their way home when he was shot. Castile had a permit to carry the handgun. Yanez, who is Latino, testified that Castile was pulling his gun out of his pocket despite his commands not to do so. What is indisputable is that Yanez approached the window of Castile's vehicle, had a brief verbal interaction, then fired seven shots in a matter of seconds, fatally wounding Castile with two shots to the heart. Read More »

Theresa May orders full public inquiry into London fire

The senior officer said he hoped the number of fatalities would not reach more than 100. "We have examined the original location where the fire started, and there is nothing to suggest at this time that the fire was started deliberately", he said. Read More »

Media Is Too Obsessed With Trump's Tweets

Legal challenges to the executive order contend that it amounts to an unconstitutional religious test, something borne from Trump's campaign when he repeatedly called for a Muslim ban . Critics have assailed the ban as discriminatory and that his reasoning for it is flawed. Trump issued his initial travel ban by executive order in January, but that measure-which banned entry to nationals from seven countries for 90 days and suspended the nation's refugee program for 120 days-was quickly ... Read More »

PM Theresa May visits hospitalized fire victims


British Prime Minister Theresa May visited the injured in hospital on Friday but is herself under mounting criticism for not meeting victims of the blaze sooner. It was the latest expression of anger in the community following the fire that raged through Grenfell Tower where the death toll could exceed more than 100. Read More »

Trump investigated for obstruction of justice


He tweeted , "After 7 months of investigations & committee hearings about my " collusion with the Russians", nobody has been able to show any proof". Trump did not make it clear whom his tweet was referring to. Dick Durbin said Friday that President Donald Trump will put the country at the "brink of a constitutional crisis" if he fires special counsel Robert Mueller . Read More »