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Jun 18 2017

Rep. Scalise's condition upgraded from "critical" to "serious", shows improvement

He says: "Steve in his own way may have brought some unity to our long-divided country". Special agent David Bailey , who was hit in the ankle as he charged the suspec...

Jun 18 2017

Tragedy won't stop annual baseball game

Steve Scalise , who was shot and wounded in the attack. With two Capitol Police officers, Crystal Griner and David Bailey, taking bullets while defending members of C...

Jun 18 2017

Top US diplomat asks for "flexibility" as Congress passes new Russian Federation sanctions

John McCain of Arizona. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said this week that he was wary of Congress taking actions that could interfere with the administration's eff...

Jun 18 2017

Tillerson waters down statement that Palestinians 'changed policy' of terror payments

Under questioning at a Senate hearing, Tillerson said Washington had pressed Palestinian leader Mahmud Abbas on the issue of payments to the families of suicide bombers...

Jun 18 2017

Hillary Clinton's Old Campaign Twitter Springs Back To Life To Troll Trump

President Donald Trump is beginning his day with a stream of tweets defending his record and lashing out at the investigation into Russian interference in the election ...

Jun 18 2017

Mechanic indicates Alexandria baseball gunman intended to return to Illinois after shooting

Hodgkinson, was shot by police and later died of his wounds. U.S. Rep. Steve Scalise, a Republican from Louisiana, was among those shot by Hodgkinson. Police in Hodgkin...

Jun 18 2017

US President Donald Trump publicly acknowledges Russia probe includes him

Acting Attorney General Rod Rosenstein appointed Mueller in May to lead the probe. The New York Times reported on Tuesday that Trump was considering firing Mueller ...

Jun 18 2017

PM May faces mounting criticism over London fire

He said police will release images and video from inside the tower tomorrow, pending the approval of Grenfell families. British Prime Minister Theresa May , facing ...

Jun 18 2017

Is President Trump right to change Obama's deal with Cuba?

Ahead of Friday's remarks, the Cuban government - including Cuban President Raul Castro - is signaling a willingness to negotiate with Trump. (AP Photo/Evan Vucci)....

Jun 18 2017

'Crooks and thieves' protests resonate with Russia's youth

A judge sentenced Navalny after midnight for "staging an unsanctioned rally", the Associated Press reported . Dozens more were detained across Russian Federation in c...

Jun 18 2017

Gingrich says Comey may be under investigation

Whether Trump committed a similar act when he told Comey that he hoped he could "let go" of the investigation of Michael Flynn will likely be decided by lawyers working f...

Jun 18 2017

United States breaks with G7 on climate, development banks - statement

PRESIDENT Donald Trump's plan to withdraw the United States of America from the 2015 Paris Agreement on Climate Change is a setback for the efforts of responsib...

Jun 18 2017

Palestinian attackers killed after killing Israeli officer

Three assailants have been killed . Palestinian militants launched an attackwith guns and knives near Jerusalem's Old City on Friday, killing a border policewoman ...

Jun 18 2017

Deliberations continue in trial of Officer Jeronimo Yanez

Officer Jeronimo (yeh-RON'-ih-moh) Yanez is charged with manslaughter in the July 6 death of Philando Castile. "None of this would have happened but for Philando Castil...

Jun 18 2017

Talks on DUP support for minority United Kingdom govt, to continue

European Union leaders have given chief Brussels negotiator Michel Barnier no authority to so much as talk about future trade with Britain until he clinches outline de...

Jun 18 2017

Mumbai blasts: Abu Salem, Mustafa Dossa, 4 others convicted; face death penalty

Those found guilty in what is India's worst-ever terror strike are: Abu Salem who was extradited from Portugal in 2005, Mustafa Dossa , who was deported from the UAE, ...

Jun 18 2017

Sunday's forecast: Father's Day sunshine with low humidity

Severe Weather Team 2 meteorologist Brian Monahan said the sun may be up this morning, but that is likely to change. Most of the rain will hold off until this evening. T...

Jun 18 2017

Russian Federation says Trump is using 'Cold War rhetoric' on Cuba

The government remained willing to engage in "respectful dialogue", it said in a statement. "We will very strongly restrict American dollars flowing to the military, se...

Jun 18 2017

France parliamentary election turnout low so far

Inability to reach the 50 percent mark is attributed to the large numbers of candidates in each constituency and the low voter turnout . "There is no suspense". Some ana...

Jun 18 2017

Cosby lawyers fighting civil suits by 10 women

TAYLOR: Unfortunately, while I am disappointed, I am not surprised that you could not find 12 jurors based on the facts and evidence in this case who would convict Bill ...