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Clinton and Trump trade barbs on Twitter

She lost the election because the Russians and certain "forces in this country" conspired to deprive her of election victory. "Hits Facebook & even Dems & DNC". "By Americans", Clinton argued, according to the Daily Mail . Hillary Clinton warned Thursday that President Donald Trump has unleashed a level of hate and vitriol that is "incredibly unsafe". Read More »

Putin on Trump's withdrawal from Paris Agreement: 'Don't worry, be happy'

Russian President Vladimir Putin says it is possible that American hackers were responsible for interference with the 2016 USA presidential election and then framed Russia . Putin added that there is a specific fear of the possibility of those areas to turn into models to divide the country in the future. The contacts have become the focus of an FBI investigation into possible collusion between Moscow and Trump's aides that has most recently centred on Jared Kushner, the president's ... Read More »

Notre Dame graduates walk out in protest during Pence commencement speech

Trump has faced harsh criticism for his anti-Islamic rhetoric during his presidential campaign and for his administration's efforts to impose a travel ban on several Muslim-majority countries. More than 100 students walked out quietly to some brief cheers and boos. "This should not, and must not be met with silence", Pence said , in an apparent reference to efforts to bar him from speaking. Read More »

Ivanka Trump Says Saudi Progress on Women 'Encouraging'

On Saturday, Trump sealed a $ 110 billion arms deal with Saudi Arabia on his maiden foreign trip as the United States president. Mr Trump offered few indications of whether he planned to shift USA policy to better-fight terrorism. "Terrorism has spread across the world". Drive them out of your holy land, and drive them out of this Earth!... Trump's "unfounded claims" are in line with spreading Iranophobia to motivate the regional countries buy more USA arms, the spokesman noted. Read More »

We'll always have Paris: Trump should keep his promise


Many said because of cheap natural gas that displaces coal and growing adoption of renewable energy sources, it is unlikely that the US would stop reducing its carbon pollution even if it abandoned the accord, so the effect would likely be smaller. Read More »

Donald Trump asked intelligence chiefs to sink FBI investigation

New information leaked from current and former White House officials say President Trump asked two of the nation's top intelligence officials in March to stop the FBI investigation into a likely collusion between Russian Federation and his campaign, Washington Post reports . Read More »

Comey Expected to Testify About Trump Conversations as Early as Next Week


Three months earlier, Comey had detailed her lapses and declared her handling of classified information "careless" but not criminal. On several occasions, Comey reportedly wrote that Trump either asked for his loyalty or pressed him to drop the investigation into his disgraced National Security Advisor Michael Flynn . Read More »

Free Lunch Program Offered for the Summer in Laramie


THI convenes federal, state and local government stakeholders with nonprofits, faith communities and business leaders to create an efficient system of accountability that increases food security in Texas and beyond. The school district is also launching a new mobile meals bus in hopes of better serving the community. Meals will be served through June 29 on Monday through Thursday. Read More »

Republican health bill to put down 23m uninsured

But President Trump and the Republicans are determined on defending their robust health bill, and lately, they seem to have moved a step closer to delivering on their promise to reshape American Health Care without mandated insurance coverage. Read More »

Ex-Penn State administrators get jail time


Friday, Curley was sentenced to 7-23 months, with three of those months to be served in jail and four under house arrest; Schultz was sentenced to 6-23 months, with two of those months to be served in jail and four under house arrest; and Spanier was sentenced to 4-12 months, with two of those months to be served in jail and two under house arrest. Read More »

GOP congressman confident 'God will take care of climate change'


Walberg's remarks came days ahead of President Donald Trump's planned announcement on whether the USA will leave the Paris climate change agreement. Abandoning the pact would isolate the US from a raft of worldwide allies who spent years negotiating the 2015 agreement to fight global warming and pollution by reducing carbon emissions in almost 200 nations. Read More »

An Unlikely Critic! Kim Kardashian Talks Gun Control In The United States


June 2nd was National Gun Violence Awareness Day , and people who wear the color show their support for gun violence prevention, as well as to honor those shot and/or killed by gun violence. She wrote: 'I hope that we won't become numbed by the increasing number of gun-related tragedies we see on the news. "Shattering, crushing, devastating, traumatizing and distressing are some of the words we can use to describe the effects of gun violence in our community", Persaud said. Read More »

EU, China believes Trump climate decision 'a big mistake — EU chief

Criticism also rolled in from big bank executives , such as Goldman Sachs's GS, +1.78% chief executive, Lloyd Blankfein and Larry Fink, CEO of fund-management giant BlackRock BLK, +1.63% . "It is, therefore, not sufficient to shift the burden of addressing climate change to other countries - including China and India", added her colleague Chandra Bhushan, deputy director general, CSE. Read More »

Oil Prices Fall Over Trump's Climate Change Decision

In 2006, the town of Chapel Hill and UNC-Chapel Hill became the first town-gown partners in the country to commit to reducing greenhouse gas emissions by 60 percent by 2050 with the Community Carbon Reduction (CRed) pledge . The 195 forum participants agreed to avert a rise in the average global air temperature by more than 2 degrees Celsius by the year 2100 compared to the preindustrial era. Read More »

Suspected Manchester bomber's father, brother held in Libya

After the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation summit, May is heading to the G7 gathering in Italy on Friday. "I am asking the Department of Justice and other relevant agencies to launch a complete review of this matter, and if appropriate, the culprit should be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law". Read More »

Kathy Griffin pushes back on Trump family 'beatdown'

Griffin said she was being singled out by older white men for punishment, adding that the controversy was distracting the public from problems within the Trump administration. Bloom, a former truTV anchor and lawyer Gloria Allred's daughter, has represented Wendy Walsh, who has accused former Fox News Channel personality Bill O'Reilly of hurting her career after she spurned his advances. Read More »

Investors bet Trump climate withdrawal to boost US drilling

City Council member Jumaane Williams told a crowd that "this climate change thing is a line in the sand, because you are threatening the entire world". In everything you do, you are fighting for the forgotten men and women of America. But Britain did not sign a joint statement by the leaders of Germany , France and Italy saying they regretted Trump's decision and stressing that the accord can not be renegotiated. Read More »

Modi supports Merkel's European Union leadership as Trump critises Germany


U.S. President Donald Trump criticised Germany on Tuesday for its trade surplus and military spending levels, a day after Chancellor Angela Merkel rammed home her doubts about the reliability of the United States as an ally. The US and Germany are also not on the same page on climate change issue. German Chancellor Angela Merkel is not backing away from statements she made Sunday questioning the nature of Germany's relationship with the USA and urging Europeans to "take fate into ... Read More »

Cleveland fires officer who fatally shot Tamir Rice

Officer Timothy Loehmann was sacked not for shooting Rice but for lying on his job application about his disciplinary record at a previous police department, according to the termination documents. Samaria Rice settled a federal civil rights lawsuit with the city a year ago for $ 6 million . "I'm relieved Loehmann was sacked". Garmback was charged by city officials for failing to employ proper tactics when he operated the patrol auto the day Rice was shot. Read More »

Piazza's Parents Ask For Expulsions, Firings At Penn State


The change is among several initiatives voted by the board after the death of a 19-year-old student during an alcohol-fueled hazing ritual at a fraternity house. "That is something we are no longer willing to leave to these [Greek governance] organizations alone", Jones said. "I think we'll see other presidents taking a fresh look at their system, and perhaps following suit". Read More »

Bill Cosby's Lawyers Accuse Prosecutors of Excluding Black Jurors

When asked about that after court, Montgomery County District Attorney Kevin Steele told reporters "it's a terrific jury made up of people from all demographics, all over Allegheny county ". Prosecutors said they struck the woman, a former police detective who was once charged with falsifying overtime records, because of her law enforcement background . Read More »

12-year-old California girl wins National Spelling Bee


She said she felt "amazing" after her victory, adding: "It was just fun to see how far it would go". A student of Fugman Elementary school, Vinay considers spelling a sport. The National Bee is a high-profile, high-pressure endurance test as much as a nerd spelling match and spellers spend months preparing for it. Mira Dedhia , 13, from Western Springs, Ill., uses an imaginary keyboard to correctly spell her word during the finals of the 90th Scripps National Spelling Bee , in Oxon Hill, ... Read More »

Puerto Rican nationalist to march, but not as parade honoree


While Oscar Lopez Rivera has made a decision to not accept the national freedom hero award , Nicole Malliotakis said this terrorist has shown more integrity than the New York City Mayor. The mayor says he will march on June 11 for the people of Puerto Rico, not for the people honored by the parade. "All Puerto Ricans are welcome, and I encourage people to attend the parade and enjoy that day and share, as has always been done in celebrating our Puerto Rican heritage", Lopez Rivera added. Read More »

National Spelling Bee victor describes 'really amazing' win


Luckily, Vinay had a better performance on Thursday night - taking the opportunity to strike when opponent Rohan Rajeev flubbed the Scandinavian-derived word, " Marram " (beach grass) and taking the crown by successfully spelling " Marocain " (a type of dress fabric of ribbed crepe) to win the 90th annual bee. Read More »

MI could face transfer Malik Zaire as Florida's starting QB


That means MI could face the former Notre Dame quarterback in its September 2 season opener in Arlington. Florida had two graduate transfers in 2015 - offensive lineman Mason Halter and linebacker Anthony Harrell - who fell short of academic requirements and would have prevented the Gators from adding a graduate transfer until 2018. Read More »

'Refreshing and strange' - Trump's demands drive wedge into NATO


Mr Trump shot back in his preferred venue of Twitter , saying that the "MASSIVE trade deficit with Germany.will change". In Brussels, the Chinese Premier will co-chair the 19th China-EU leaders' meeting with European Council President Donald Tusk and European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker, and pay an official visit to Belgium. Read More »

Coal industry welcomes Donald Trump's climate change move


He further said that that Russian Federation is yet to ratify the agreement and is waiting for the rules on resource allocation to be formed as part of the deal. Google's CEO, Sundar Pichai , and Apple CEO Tim Cook both Tweeted our their disappointment, while Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg called the exit "bad for the environment, bad for the economy, and [something that] puts our children's future at risk". Read More »

Ananya Vinay wins Scripps National Spelling Bee competition

Also in the national competition was 6-year-old Edith Fuller , the youngest speller in the national bee's history. At a rambling press conference Friday, Griffin tearfully predicted her career is over and said Trump "broke me". Despite the incorrect spelling Camerota praised Vinay for her efforts, with Cuomo chiming in. A contestant, Maggie Sheridan (13) from OH exclaimed "What?!", throwing her hands in disbelief when she learned she correctly spelled whirlicote, a type of luxurious ... Read More »

Penn State ex-president sentenced in Sandusky child sex abuse scandal

In a court filing unsealed Thursday, the Pennsylvania attorney general's office also assails two one-time Penn State administrators for their testimony in Spanier's March trial after they pleaded guilty in the case. Prosecutors say the men hushed up the allegation about Sandusky to protect the university's reputation. Prosecutors reserved some of their harshest words for Spanier, with Laura Ditka saying he was "a complete and utter failure as a leader when it mattered most". Read More »