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Missing woman found alive after vehicle plunges off California's Big Sur


Spokesman John Thornburg said she was lucky to be alive. A fire department, sheriff's search and rescue team and CHP's air unit responded. The auto belonged to Hernandez, who had been missing for a week. "It's day seven and you guys helped us through the whole thing and Angela would not be OK" without you. Andrea Hernandez was rescued at the bottom of a cliff Friday, July 13, 2018, after she disappeared a week ago. Read More »

USA will not push for 'deliverables' at Russian Federation summit: Bolton


Although Trump did not react publicly to the video, he "lashed out at the Russian President in a phone call", the report says, citing sources with direct knowledge of the call. Pressed on describing the a USA foe, Trump said "I love those countries" but "in a trade sense, they've really taken advantage of us and many of those countries are in North Atlantic Treaty Organisation and they weren't paying their bills". Read More »

Embassy warns Americans to keep a 'low profile' during Trump visit


On Tuesday, the president described Johnson as a "friend" who had been "very nice to me, very supportive", even though when Trump suggested in 2015 London had police no-go zones, Johnson, then the capital's mayor, quipped he feared going to NY because of "the real risk of meeting Donald Trump ". Read More »

German minister warns Trump against unilateral deals with Putin

China is a foe economically, certainly they are a foe. They had bad defenses and they were able to be hacked. "It means that he has a reason to raise this with Vladimir Putin ", Seib told CBS' Margaret Brennan. Despite his comments about the European Union - in which he also said that Russian Federation is a "foe in certain respects" and "China is a foe economically" - Trump signed a communique at the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation summit that had been agreed to by their ambassadors ... Read More »

Huge iceberg threatens tiny Greenland village


Those living near the coast have been evacuated to higher ground as a precaution and police have moved a search-and-rescue helicopter closer to the area. Experts have warned that iceberg break ups could become more common due to climate change , which means that tsunamis are also more likely. " I'd be the first to get out of there ", David Holland, a New York University oceanographer told National Public Radio. Read More »

Thai boys rescued from cave mourn diver who died


A former SEAL who died during the cave rescue operation was posthumously promoted by the king Saturday morning, hours before his cremation. Mental health experts have warned of the long-term effects of being trapped in the dark with no food, especially in the first nine days before they were found by a pair of British divers. Read More »

UN Applauds Morocco's Efforts to Adopt Global Migration Pact


The Philippine official also said that the compact "affirms" that migration governance is a "shared responsibility" and not handled by one state alone. The UN Global Compact on Migration lays out 23 objectives to open up legal migration and better manage the influx of migrants, who have reached 250 million around the world. Read More »

Erie Algae Forecast: Bloom Is Early But Better Than Last Year


The bloom in 2017 saw a rating of "eight" on the severity index. The sometimes toxic blooms are a threat to drinking water and wildlife. What they can't predict is how toxic it might be. Lake Erie is experiencing an early harmful algae bloom of cyanobacteria that is expected to become larger than a bloom in 2016 but not quite as large as a year ago, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration announced Thursday. Read More »

Stormy Daniels performs in a different OH strip club after arrest


Griffin was embroiled in heated controversy earlier this year after she released a video depicting the decapitated head of President Trump, a stunt which she ended up issuing a public apology for. Daniels, whose legal name is Stephanie Clifford, is now suing President Donald Trump to get out of a nondisclosure agreement she signed to stay quiet about an alleged affair the two had in 2006. Read More »

Mass French police deployment as Bastille Day meets World Cup


But, in video taken of the parade, it appears either one or both of the drivers miscalculates the move, and one of the bikes crashes into the other - toppling both riders. The other hiccup came when nine Alpha jets flew in formation over the parade shooting lines of smoke in the colors of the French flag. The flypast - from traditional jets known as La Patrouille de France - took place as part of the otherwise-successful July 14 festivities in Paris, watched by thousands of waiting crowds ... Read More »

Trump told me to sue the EU, says May


Since setting out the five tests for a Brexit deal in her Mansion House speech, Mrs May had been "in a headlong retreat but in an oddly secretive manner", Mr Rees-Mogg said. " He told me I should sue the EU ", May said. President Donald Trump and British Prime Minister Theresa May hold hands at the conclusion of their joint news conference at Chequers, in Buckinghamshire, England, Friday, July 13, 2018. Read More »

US DoJ Charges 12 Russian Officials With Cryptocurrency-Funded Elections ‘Interference’


He added, "Based on timing, content and context, they're benign". Trump said Friday before the indictment was released that he planned to ask Putin about Russia's election interference. Reportedly, the accused are members of Russia's Main Intelligence Directorate (GRU) and have been charged with trying to hack the US Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee's servers. Read More »

Bolton Claims Indictments Help Trump With Putin


While summits with Russian leaders are far more common, Trump believes a similar boost would occur if he can improve relations with Moscow and get Putin to make concessions never attained by President Barack Obama . "After the indictment of the Russian agents, he should not have met with Putin", she added. Private speeches she gave to financial industry firms were particularly damaging within the left wing of the Democratic party and among independents frustrated with the influence of Wall ... Read More »

Chicago police release video of fatal shooting of Harith Augustus amid protests


Police initially said he lunged at an officer with a knife when he was shot, but videos contradicted those claims. Guglielmi says he was in his 30s, wasn't a known gang member and didn't have a recent arrest history. A resident of the area, Gloria Rainge, told the Chicago Sun-Times that Augustus, known in the Grand Crossing neighborhood as "Snoop", worked at a barbershop and had a 5-year-old daughter. Read More »

Agency watchdog slams former HHS chief Tom Price on costly travel


On September 27, 2017, President Trump told reporters that "he didn't like the optics" of the travel scandal surrounding Price at the time , who he referred to as a "fine man". Yet a series of Politico reports about his chartered travel raised eyebrows, ultimately leading to the secretary resignation and decision to reimburse taxpayers almost $60,000 for the price of his seat and, in some cases, a seat his wife used. Read More »

Air strike kills 28 civilians in IS-held part of Syria: monitor


It remains unclear if the plane used in the attack was American or from the Iraqi Air Force, but Iraqi jets have carried out several strikes against IS targets in Syria recently. The Syrian state media reported that the USA was behind the strike. At least 35 civilians were killed late Thursday by airstrikes on a Daesh-held position in Syria's Deir ez-Zor province. Read More »

Some outraged after Chicago Police shoot and kill man

At least four people were arrested and several officers were injured, police said. Officers approached the man, who became combative and tried to push the officers' hands away. "An argument started and officers hit protesters with batons, and protesters returned punches", Issa tweeted . Video showed one protester thrown to the ground surrounded by police holding batons. Read More »

Woman gets 40 years for trying to sell daughter, 2, for sex


The District Attorney's office says Peters made an agreement with an undercover detective to bring her 2-year-old daughter to Conroe , Texas , for the goal of allowing a man to have sex with the child for $1,200. He added that, without the efforts of law-enforcement officials, 'this child would have become a victim to the worst type of abuse '. We are very fortunate to have this team of dedicated law enforcement professionals working so diligently for the safety of our children and ... Read More »

I didn't criticise Theresa May to The Sun

Fears of an escalating U.S. trade dispute with China and the European Union also added to the upward pressure on the dollar. Trump's comments were condemned by British politicians as it delivered an astonishing political knifing of the already embattled May, comprehensively undermining her fragile position in Britain's tortuous negotiations on leaving the European Union next year. Read More »

Theresa May faces guerilla tactics from Brexit rebels


Boris Johnson accused her of allowing the United Kingdom to simply become a "colony of the EU" while Mr Davis's former chief-of-staff said it was a "Hotel California Brexit" where we never leave. Whether the big free trade area for goods idea will survive the scrutiny it will face from the EU, Brexiteers and even Donald Trump remains uncertain. Read More »

U.S. first lady Melania Trump visits Belgian music academy


Eleven squares of white tape were evenly spaced on the patio at Queen Elisabeth Music Chapel, one for each significant other of a North Atlantic Treaty Organisation world leader. She accompanies the President of the United States during an important official trip to Europe. She did not say a word in front of the press. There the couple met with the Prime Minister of Belgium Charles Michel and his civil wife Amelie Debuutsingle, in addition, the meeting attended by NATO Secretary General, the ... Read More »

Cops give all-clear after Salisbury cordon


The poisoning of the Skripals with the Soviet-developed nerve agent Novichok plunged British-Russian relations to their lowest point since the end of the Cold War. Police say they were likely exposed to it on the door of Sergei Skripal's suburban house in Salisbury , where the highest concentration of the chemical has been found. Read More »

EU's Jean-Claude Juncker stumbled at NATO gala because of 'sciatica attack'


Mr Shinas said he was unaware whether Mr Juncker had received medical treatment following the event - but insisted the president takes medication to help ease the pain caused by sciatica. Juncker, who is not standing again as commission president when his term ends in 2019, was meeting Donald Trump's new ambassador to Brussels on Friday. Read More »

Trump says Obama failed to stop Russian hacking in 2016 election

Using fake personas, Russian operatives bought online advertisements aimed at spreading divisive messages, including ads focused on racial tensions. A senior Trump campaign adviser later told CNBC that Trump "wasn't calling on anyone to intervene, but instead was pushing anyone who has them to hand them over to authorities". Read More »