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New 'Injustice 2' trailer shows off Red Hood gameplay


Injustice 2 character reveal video shows off Red Hood's new moves, brining the character into the parallel universe of Warner Bros' video game series Injustice . Having said that though, the game's creative director Ed Boon has hinted that other characters akin to Red Hood - such as those from Watchmen - could be coming soon. Read More »

8 dead in MS shooting


Durr worked two years for the Sheriff's Department and previously for four years at the Brookhaven Police Department. Apparently, speaking about the deputy Godbolt told the reporter, "My pain wasn't designed for him". Godbolt told authorities that he was on a suicide mission and wasn't "fit to live". "I think he come in to kill everybody we just didn't see it coming". Read More »

Manchester investigation at 'full tilt' - another arrested today


Pop star Ariana Grande has announced that she will return to Manchester to hold a benefit concert to raise money for those affected by the attack. Shortly after the raid, police released a statement saying they had also arrested a 25-year-old man in the Old Trafford area on suspicion of offences contrary to the Terrorism Act. Read More »

Pascal Wehrlein to have scan after Monaco GP crash

After deliberations, the FIA stewards again decided that Perez was "predominantly to blame", opting for a 10s penalty and two penalty points on his licence. "I've never seen a auto go up on its side before. terrible to see". "The brakes started to smoke, I couldn't get out of the auto, but the only thing I wanted to do was get out of the vehicle when you see the vehicle starting to smoke". Read More »

Manchester attack: Father of bomber had no clue

A man was arrested in Wigan on Wednesday afternoon in connection with the Manchester Arena bombing, with officers assessing a package he was carrying. On Wednesday, photographs purportedly showing bloodstained fragments of Abedi's homemade bomb, including what seemed to be the remains of the device's battery and detonator, appeared in the New York Times , hours after home secretary Amber Rudd asked United States authorities not to leak material. Read More »

Trump handshake 'moment of truth': Macron

President Trump and French President Emmanuel Macron shared an intense handshake at their first meeting on May 25. " Donald Trump , the Turkish president or the Russian president see relationships in terms of a balance of power", he added. Read More »

Media Matters Puts Target On Hannity Advertisers


Both claims have not been substantiated and police have said his death was the result of a robbery gone wrong. In its retraction on Tuesday , Fox News said in a statement that the article "was not initially subjected to the high degree of editorial scrutiny we require for all our reporting". Read More »

Next for Montana's new congressman: Day in court, then DC

A campaign spokesman said Gianforte would not be available for an interview. Gianforte dropped out of sight after he was cited by police and ignored calls on Thursday by national Republicans for him to apologise to the reporter. Then, on the eve of the election, interest intensified after the Republican candidate, Greg Gianforte , became angry at a reporter and slammed him to the ground, punching and yelling at him. Read More »

Trump returns to White House, faces slew of challenges

Rep. Adam Schiff, the top Democrat on the House intelligence committee, said Sunday on ABC that United States officials need to get to the bottom of the allegations against Kushner, including if Kushner was not honest about his Russian Federation contacts during the security clearance process. Read More »

GOP Health Plan Would Leave 23 Million More Uninsured, Budget Office Says


The report from the Congressional Budget Office also said federal deficits would fall by $ 119 billion between 2017 and 2026 under the bill, which was approved this month by the Republican-dominated House of Representatives. In addition, premiums for many healthy Americans would decrease - if they bought streamlined coverage authorized by the AHCA. What happens next on health care is up to the Senate.GOP leadership has already set up a special health care task force to craft a Senate ... Read More »

Russians might have duped Federal Bureau of Investigation into letter


The officials cited by CNN said Comey feared if the information was not made public - and Russian Federation released the information - law enforcement would be unable to discredit it without undermining intelligence methods and sources. The Post says the Federal Bureau of Investigation obtained a supposed piece of intercepted Russian intelligence in March. And Renteria told the Post she had never communicated with Lynch. Read More »

Kushner ties to Russia questioned as Trump blasts media lies

Kushner's status in the White House came under scrutiny Friday, when the Washington Post first reported he spoke with the Russian ambassador Sergey Kislyak about establishing a backchannel line of communication between Russian officials and the Trump transition team. Read More »

FBI deflects House Oversight Committee's request for documents

The lawmaker, who announced last week that he will leave Congress on June 30, said he and Rep. Elijah Cummings, a Maryland Democrat, both spoke with Comey. Congress has already had trouble getting some documents for its ongoing investigations. Kushner, a key White House adviser, had meetings late a year ago with Russia's ambassador to the U.S., Sergey Kislyak, and Russian banker Sergey Gorkov. Read More »

Donald Trump's Italy Tweet Could Be His Most Ridiculous Yet

Mr Trump arrived back at the White House Saturday night. There had recently been word that Trump's allies (and his lawyers) urged him to lay off Twitter as his scandals mount. The president went on the offensive Sunday morning without pointing to any of the specific reports, but he told his 30.8 million Twitter followers that it was his "opinion" that numerous "leaks coming out of the White House are fabricated lies made up by the #FakeNews media". Read More »

Trump 'wide open' on whether to support Paris climate accord

President Trump may be trying to build suspense about the future of the Paris agreement on climate change , but he has told several people he plans to leave the deal, according to Axios . "He came here to learn, he came here to get smarter and he came here to hear people's views". Mr. Trump has always been a critic of climate change . Read More »

Emmanuel Macron says Donald Trump handshake was 'moment of truth'

The handshake came on the same day as another apparent stunt by Macron - when he walked toward the world leaders and appeared to swerve away from Trump in order to shake hands with German Chancellor Angela Merkel. A French official told CNN near the end of the G-7 summit that the two had gotten along well and that Trump had told Macron after the French election that he hadn't supported Le Pen. Read More »

GOP Montana win may be blip in Democrats' anti-Trump hopes


Gianforte could have appeared in court in Bozeman on Friday to resolve the charge but did not and has a June 7 legal deadline do so. But after Gianforte declared victory, he apologized for his actions. Jason Chaffetz, who will step down in June. "When you make a mistake, you have to own up to it", Gianforte said during his victory party. In an audio recording published by The Guardian , Jacobs is heard asking Gianforte about Wednesday's Congressional Budget Office score of the ... Read More »

100 firefighters battle blaze in LA canyon


The original statement reported about three quarters of an acre of light brush, "moving at moderate speed uphill", according to the LAFD. Firefighters were dispatched at 11:30 11299 Dominica Avenue, said Margaret Stewart of the Los Angeles Fire Department . Read More »

Police to check `hate speech´ of Portland racial slur train stabbing suspect

Pete Simpson told The Oregonian . In Portland , local reporters as well as the Southern Poverty Law Center have found a Facebook page they believe belongs to Christian which features anti-Muslim and pro-Nazi comments as well as praise for Timothy McVeigh , who was was convicted of the 1995 Oklahoma City bombing, one of the deadliest terror attacks in US history. Read More »

NAFTA an opportunity to improve trade deal for Ontario: Wynne


The letter stated the administration a new agreement to "support higher-paying jobs in the United States and to grow the USA economy by improving us opportunities under NAFTA ". "Our trade agreements must be judged by whether they create jobs and grow the paychecks of hard-working Americans ". This shows the benefits to the US of pursuing big multilateral trade deals, where bargains of that kind can be struck, rather than the narrow or bilateral agreements that Trump says he prefers. Read More »

G7 Summit ends without U.S. joining consensus on climate change

On Friday, White House economic advisor Gary Cohn characterized President Trump's position on climate change as "evolving", though it was not clear exactly what that meant. The end result for the G7 was a watered-down communiqué, in which six of the seven members reaffirmed their "strong commitment" to the Paris accord on climate change . Read More »

Joe Lieberman is top contender for new Federal Bureau of Investigation director


But he also said there had been "no effort to impede our investigation to date" - which would seem to be good news for a White House that now faces suggestions that the president might have attempted to obstruct justice. Republicans, by contrast, praised Lieberman. Sen. President Trump may be dramatically miscalculating how much support former Sen. What's more, Lieberman also ran for vice president on Al Gore's Democratic presidential ticket in 2000. Read More »

Trump tweets "money is beginning to pour in" to NATO

To the White House, Trump's first trip overseas was an embodiment of the promises he made as a candidate to put America's interests first and break through the guardrails that have long defined USA foreign policy . The U.S. inked a $110 billion arms sale to Saudi Arabia and unveiled numerous business commitments in the region, though the White House never provided specific details about the scope of the agreements. Read More »

To many Americans, Memorial Day has lost its meaning

In Ishpeming, services will take place at the Ishpeming Cemetery at 10 a.m. "So we're going to honor those that gave their all and the families of those that gave their all because they gave their loved ones". Monday at Veteran's Memorial at Brooke Hills Park. "But we should always remember our fallen Veterans during this time". The American Legion and Veterans of Foreign Wars organizations, and other veterans' groups, mark Memorial Day with services that honor their fellow comrades. Read More »

The FBI just declined the House Oversight Committee's request for Comey's memos


Chaffetz, R-Utah, previously requested Comey's recent memos about his private contacts with Trump. The FBI failed to comply with the panel's original May 24 deadline, prompting Thursday's followup . "We will update this response as soon as possible". "Whereas the Special Counsel is conducting a criminal or counterintelligence investigation that will occur largely behind closed doors, the Committee's work will shed light on matters of high public interest, regardless of whether there is ... Read More »

House intel Dem would review Kushner's clearance

The Federal Bureau of Investigation ( FBI ) may examine U.S. President Donald Trump's son-in-law Jared Kushner's meetings with Russian interlocutors during the power transition after last year's presidential election. In that case, McMaster's "going before the press didn't do anything to limit" fallout from revelations that Trump disclosed code-word information to the Russians, said Jon Michaels, a professor and expert on national security at UCLA Law. Read More »

Russian Officials Talked Openly About Influencing Trump


US congressional committees and a special counsel named by the Justice Department this month are investigating whether there was Russian interference in the 2016 USA election and collusion between Trump's campaign and Russia. Separately, ABC News reported that Carter Page, a former foreign policy adviser to Trump's presidential campaign, would testify on June 6 before the House committee. Read More »

McMaster: 'Not concerned' after Kushner back-channel reports

Some Democrats have called on Kushner to be stripped of his security clearance and have asked the Federal Bureau of Investigation to review whether Kushner complied with the law. The two US officials sought to accentuate areas of agreement amid the many differences between Trump and European allies. Reserved in public, he was on prominent view during Mr Trump's first presidential trip, as befits a trusted behind-the-scenes adviser involved in everything from Middle East peace to an ... Read More »

Boy injured in fall on opening day for California water park


Two slides there will remain closed until an investigation into the cause of the accident is complete, according to reports. Manufacturer WhiteWater West Industries will inspect and assess the slide, officials told the East Bay Times . "Pools are the highest risk functions that we do as a municipality", he said. It's called "The Wave" and cost $43 million to build. Hundreds of other people stayed at the park Saturday afternoon, a lot of them unaware of the accident. Read More »

White Supremacist Charged After Killing 2 in Portland Attack


Police said suspect Jeremy Joseph Christian , 35, was "ranting and raving hate speech" on the train in Portland, Oregon, when three people tried to intervene on Friday. Christian also attended the April 29 "March for Free Speech", event on 82nd Avenue, a response to the canceled Rose Parade after organizers received a threatening email directed at the local Republican party. Read More »

U.S. grants Israel extra defence aid: Netanyahu

Trump also said that Iran should have thanked the USA for the 2015 nuclear agreement, because it led to sanctions being lifted. "Trump believes he can move their informal alliance against terror toward a broader peace agreement and even more concerted effort against Iran and terrorist organizations", he said. Read More »

Ex-Senate staffer: Hall of Fame pitcher Jim Bunning has died


Born in Southgate, Ky., on October 23, 1931, Bunning pitched 17 seasons (1955-71) in the majors for the Detroit Tigers , Phillies, Pittsburgh Pirates and Los Angeles Dodgers , compiling a record of 224-184 with a 3.27 ERA in 591 games. During his Phillies career, Bunning was 89-73 with a 2.93 ERA, fourth-best in team history. His career highlights included a no-hitter for the Tigers in 1958 and a ideal game for the Phillies on Father's Day in 1964. Read More »