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5 dead, multiple injured in US newspaper shooting, suspect in custody


Anne Arundel county executive Steve Schuh added on CNN that the suspect "has not been particularly cooperative". Sen. Chris Van Hollen, D-Md., called for an end to the violence and retweeting a Capital Gazette reporter Phil Davis , said "journalists shouldn't have to fend off bullets in the newsroom while doing their jobs". Read More »

Thieves drain bank account of nation's oldest veteran


The thief or thieves reportedly used the account to purchase savings bonds with Treasury Direct, the report says. He did not say how much was in the account, or how much was taken, but Volma said a very large amount of money was taken from Overton. Read More »

N Korea still building at nuclear site: Monitor


New satellite images show North Korea has made rapid improvements to the infrastructure at its Yongbyon Nuclear Scientific Research Center - a facility used to produce weapons-grade fissile material, according to an analysis published by 38 North, a prominent North Korea monitoring group. Read More »

‘Families Belong Together' Rally: Thousands protest family separations at border in DC


Unlike many other news organizations, we have not put up a paywall. "We are all immigrants", one said. "Because as moms, we know how important it is to be with your child and how critical attachment is to a child". "Shame! Shame!" at the Trump International Hotel. "Freedom for Immigrants March", began at 11 a.m. The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) and the American Medical Association (AMA) have both spoken out against the Trump administration's practice of separating families, ... Read More »

Fiery Explosion After Private Firm's Rocket Fails to Take Off

Interstellar Technologies said it would continue its rocket development programme after analysing the latest failure. There was a massive, fiery explosion as the bottom of the 10-metre rocket hit the ground following an engine failure. Last July, it tried to get its Momo-1 rocket to an altitude of over 100 km but had to abort after losing contact some 70 seconds into the flight. "We have to find ways to improve", he added. Read More »

Iranians must stand together to 'bring America to its knees' - Rouhani


Rohani in his address called on Iranians to maintain unity and "bring America to its knees", saying: "We will take problems". "The agitators are not from Tehran's bazaar". "We are fighting against the United States, it wants to make an economic war", the president said. An Iranian oil official dismissed US efforts to squeeze Iran's oil industry. Read More »

Trump Will Announce His Supreme Court Nominee July 9


The candidates recently added to Trump's list include Barrett, Kavanaugh, Georgia Supreme Court Justice Britt Grant, Kevin Newsom of the 11th Circuit of the U.S. Wade . "Well I think as most folks know right now access to safe and legal abortion is on the line with the retirement of Justice Kennedy", said Jessica Cler, Alaska public affairs manager for Planned Parenthood Votes. Read More »

Hundreds of Women's March Protesters Arrested in Senate Office Building

That police had led to the separation of thousands of children from their parents before the Trump administration halted the separations in late June. White House spokesman Hogan Gidley didn't respond to a request for comment. "The overall goal is to end family detentions", she told Breitbart, "to ultimately remove Trump and his enablers from office, however that happens in whatever time frame, and to lay the groundwork for a new set of policies in this country based on human decency and ... Read More »

Should the United Kingdom bring back national service?

French youth organizations have criticized the proposed new national service, however. She said: "A new national service is a nice idea, but placements should be at least three months long". The options being explored include voluntary teaching and charity work, as well as traditional military training with the police, fire service or army. Read More »

Supreme Court upholds travel ban in major win for Trump


John Wider holds up a sign becoming Muslims in the Tom Bradley International Terminal at Los Angeles International Airport on June 29, 2017, in reaction to a revised version of President Trump's travel ban . In practice, the Trump travel ban actually makes the US less secure by handing ISIS a propaganda victory and recruiting tool. But immigrant advocates in MA decried the decision. Read More »

Puerto Rico's Financial Storm, Part One


HITN , the leading Spanish-language network that offers educational and entertainment content to more than 44 million households across the United States through TV cable providers, will launch its new series, Puerto Rico Contigo on July 1. Read More »

Trump backs off restricting China investment


In a statement , President Trump said the new rules will help protect the USA economy from foreign influence while maintaining a string environment for global investment. accusing China of stealing its technology. DeBusk noted that trade tensions have driven the US stock market down in recent days and said that Trump may be seeking a way to avoid "a potentially catastrophic" trade war with China. Read More »

Journalists 'Should Be Free From The Fear Of Being Violently Attacked'


It prompted New York City police to immediately tighten security at news organizations in the nation's media capital . Chief Altomare also he confirmed that investigators used facial recognition technology to identify the suspect, but said previous reports that Ramos had mutilated his own fingertips to make identification more hard were not true. Read More »

Deal Struck for Putin-Trump Summit, Helsinki Possible Venue


In Washington on Wednesday, Trump hinted that the summit venue might be the Finnish capital and listed Syria and Ukraine as being among the many subjects he would discuss with Putin. "It was stated clearly by our side that the Russian state hasn't interfered with the U.S. domestic politics, moreover hasn't interfered in the 2016 election", Ushakov said. Read More »

Multiple people shot at newspaper in Maryland


He had smoke grenades and fired a shotgun at his victims, according to Anne Arundel County Acting Police Chief William Krampf. He carried no identification and had damaged his finger tips in an apparent effort to thwart identification by law enforcement, United States media outlets reported. Read More »

Bolton Holds Talks With Putin In Moscow


Russian Federation was kicked out of what was then the G8 in 2014, in retaliation for the country's invasion of Crimea. Trump first brought up his proposal during the annual G7 summit in Canada earlier this month, also reportedly suggesting Crimea was part of Russia because the people there spoke Russian. Read More »

Five dead in shooting at U.S. newspaper

Atop the front page were pictures and names of those killed: Gerald Fischman , Rob Hiaasen , John McNamara , Rebecca Smith and Wendi Winters . Brennan McCarthy, the lawyer who represented the woman Ramos harassed, says he knew how to "walk the line" when making a threat. Read More »

EU Leaders Reach 'Breakthrough' Agreement On Dealing With Migrants

Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte had earlier taken the rare step of blocking the conclusions of the joint communique until the leaders had settled the migration issue. "And we decided altogether to work for European cooperation and to have a cooperative approach". European leaders agreed on Friday morning at 4:40 a.m.to push for screening centers in African countries where asylum claims could be evaluated, thus reducing the number of migrants who employ smugglers and attempt the risky ... Read More »

Sudan teen’s death sentence for killing rapist husband cut to 5 years


The lawyers of the girl have said that they will appeal the jail term and fine. Her lawyers who confirmed this development to the press, announced that the court overturned the death sentence , and handed her a 5-year prison term instead, the court also ordered her family to pay 337,000 Sudanese Pounds to the deceased family in compensation. Read More »

17 states sue Trump administration over family separations


Almost three-quarters of USA voters support President TrumpDonald John TrumpCrowley stunner tops huge night for left Trump congratulates Romney on primary win Judge orders Trump admin to begin reuniting immigrant families MORE's decision to end migrant family separations at the border with Mexico, according to a Politico/Morning Consult poll released Wednesday. Read More »

House Republicans reject compromise immigration bill


Adriano Espaillat, New York Democrat. President Donald Trump on Wednesday asked U.S. lawmakers to vote for an immigration bill which among other things would end the agonising green card wait for Indian Americans and promote immigration that would enable a much smoother and faster process for legal migration of qualified professionals from countries like India. Read More »