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Video shows woman releasing two grandchildren from DOG KENNELS

It was 95 degrees outside. They said she admitted to driving from Whitehaven to Collierville with her two grandchildren who sat in kennels in the back of her truck, reports CBS affiliate WREG-TV of Memphis . I only met her like once maybe twice. Neighbors of Leimome Cheeks expressed shock, saying she was a 'very nice woman '. Something is going on with her. Read More »

Trump, Lee to hold bilateral meetings, working lunch today


The official was not authorized to speak publicly about internal deliberations and insisted on anonymity. Singapore's Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MFA) released a statement saying the two discussed mutual relations and the situation on the Korean peninsula, with Prime Minister Lee thanking Kim for his and Trump's "bold and admirable decision" to hold the summit. Read More »

Daughter of US Envoy to Russia Apologizes for Calling Trump, Kim 'Dictators'


Later during the show, Huntsman apologized, acknowledging she had made a mistake. Scaramucci didn't say anything about her word choice, instead praising Trump for being a "disruptive risk-taker". Donald Trump arrived in Singapore directly from Quebec, Canada after attending G7 summit on Sunday. "It's never going to be there again", Trump said Saturday. Read More »

Dialogue with Trump could be 'constructive': Putin


And Senator Edward Markey, a Democrat from MA and a member of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, said Trump's proposal comes at a time he's clashing with Canada and other USA allies over trade. He also said the G7 countries had "again" failed to provide any evidence that Russian Federation was behind the poisoning of a former double agent and his daughter in Britain in March. Read More »

'Fair trade now fool trade': Trump hits back at G7


Appearing on CNN's "State of the Union" Sunday , Kudlow characterized Trudeau's post-G7 news conference, in which he promised to " move forward with retaliatory measures " to counter USA tariffs on steel and aluminum imports from Canada, the European Union and Mexico , as a "betrayal". Read More »

Iraqi ballot box storage site catches fire in Baghdad

Parliament has already ordered a recount of votes from the May election, in which the influential cleric Moqtada Al-Sadr was the biggest victor, after widespread allegations of voter fraud. Iran-backed parliamentary rivals could nullify Sadr, who has called for his country to be more independent from both Iran and the US. Baghdad is Iraq's most populous province, accounting for 71 seats out of the Iraqi parliament's 329. Read More »

Germany, France blast Trump over Group of Seven U-turn

Having left the G7 summit in Canada early, Mr Trump's announcement on Twitter that he was backing out of the joint communique torpedoed what appeared to be a fragile consensus on a trade dispute between Washington and its top allies. Trudeau stuck our president in the back. Late last month, Canadian officials told the Trump administration there were two US demands they would never agree to in NAFTA: a sunset clause that would automatically terminate the deal in five years and the ... Read More »

Kudlow Blames Trudeau for ‘Betrayal’ Before North Korea Talks

Sunday, Trump's chief economic adviser Larry Kudlow accused Trudeau of undermining the US and its allies with comments he made at the G7 summit . Asked what Trudeau did that amounted to betrayal, Kudlow criticized the Canadian leader for holding a press conference in which he called USA tariffs "insulting". Read More »

Escalating Clash With Canada, Trump Is Isolated Before North Korea Meeting


North Korean security personnel run next to a motorcade believed to be carrying North Korea's leader Kim Jong Un in Singapore June 10, 2018, ahead of the summit between the North Korean leader and U.S. But Kim has shown surprising diplomatic skills in his meetings with overseas leaders this year and a smiling and affable side as he went clearly out of his way to be cordial to Moon. Read More »

Justin Trudeau's eyebrow 'falls off' at G7


Mr Kudlow suggested Mr Trump saw Mr Trudeau as trying to weaken his hand before that meeting, saying the president won't "let a Canadian prime minister push him around". "[Trudeau] really kind of stabbed us in the back", Kudlow said. Krishnamoorthi warned that "by driving both sides into their corners instead of encouraging a more diplomatic dialogue", the Canadian prime minister is sabotaging trade negotiations between the US and Canada. Read More »

Man detained after NYC pizza delivery granted emergency stay


On June 1, 35-year-old Villavicencio arrived at the Fort Hamilton base in Brooklyn to deliver an order from the brick-oven pizza restaurant in Queens where he worked. He would have to get a waiver as people who have spent more than a year in the USA illegally can't re-enter for a decade. "Now, I'm alone with two kids". Read More »

Chinas export growth steady in May


China's global trade gap narrowed by 39 percent to $24.9 billion. President Donald Trump cites the USA trade deficit with China as a key justification for his protectionist policies that have led to a raft of new tariffs against not just China but key strategic allies including Canada and the EU. Read More »

Hurricane Aletta picks up steam, poses no risk to mainland


Tropical Storm Aletta was last clocked with 60 miles per hour sustained wind speeds. The Hurricane Center said the storm could generate swells that cause life-threatening surf and rip currents over the coming days. Zelinsky said there was no obvious reason for Aletta to stop gaining strength through Saturday, but he added that weather models indicate that the hurricane is likely to have reached its peak. Read More »

White House adviser says Canada's Trudeau 'stabbed us in the back'


Meanwhile, France warned pn Sunday that "fits of anger" could not dictate global cooperation after US President Donald Trump abruptly rejected a joint statement agreed following a bad-tempered G7 summit in Canada . Canadians, he said, "will not be pushed around". "Don't blame Trump. It was Trudeau who started blasting Trump after he left, after the deals had been made". Read More »

Trump eyes pardon for late boxing hero Muhammad Ali


As for Trump, this isn't the first time he's thinking of pardoning a boxer-he recently granted Jack Johnson , the first black American heavyweight champion that honor. Ali was convicted of draft evasion in 1967. Analysts believe Trump's newfound enthusiasm for exercising pardoning power is because it's a presidential privilege unchecked by other branches of government, which can not be said of most of Trump's other policies. Read More »

Queen Elizabeth underwent cataract surgery, Buckingham Palace reveals


Queen Elizabeth II, looks through a window at the view as she walks through The Queen's Diamond Jubilee Galleries at Westminster Abbey in London , June 8, 2018. It's just been revealed that the Queen had a cataract treated at King Edward VII Hospital last month, amidst a busy schedule that included hosting the President of Turkey and his wife, throwing a garden party as well as Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's wedding. Read More »

Congo government says Jean Pierre Bemba has the right to return home


Furthermore, in the view of the Appeals Chamber majority, there was an apparent discrepancy between the limited number of crimes within the case's scope for which Mr. It was celebration galore on the streets of DRC's capital Kinshasa as residents welcomed the International Criminal Court's decision on former VP Jean Pierre Bemba . Read More »

#WorldOceansDay: Mediterranean could become a 'sea of plastic'


He flagged that if our seas and oceans are not protected, and we lose the battle against climate change, all the assumptions on which our policy-making has been based "will be worthless". Globally, eight million tonnes of plastic is dumped into the ocean every year, killing marine life and entering the human food chain, according to the UN Environment Programme. Read More »

Trump's top economic adviser accuses Trudeau of back-stabbing after G7 summit

Speaking on Saturday during a rare news conference, Trump said he pressed for the G-7 countries to eliminate all tariffs , trade barriers and subsidies in their trading practices. Instead of attending the 2019 G7 summit, look for Trump to attend the 2019 G2 summit with Putin in Crimea . In the photo released by the German government, Chancellor Angela Merkel stands surrounded by French President Emmanuel Macron and British Prime Minister Theresa May as she peers down at Mr Trump, who ... Read More »

Iraq Launches Air Strike Against ISIS In Syria


In a hastily scheduled hearing on Friday, ACLU lawyer Jonathan Hafetz asked Judge Tanya S. Chutkan of the Federal District Court of the District of Columbia to block the move. "Our fight for our client's right to due process has also become a fight for his right to life", Hafetz added. The United States previously said it had evidence that the man had signed up as an Islamic State foreign fighter in 2014 and entered Syria in January 2015, according to court papers. Read More »

Israeli army kills Palestinian in West Bank during raid


A preliminary investigation by the Israeli occupation army, published on Tuesday, claimed that the paramedic Razan al-Najjar did not die from "a direct bullet fired at her" but rather was shot by accident. Over 115 Palestinians have been killed by Israeli fire during near-weekly demonstrations. In recent weeks, Israel has struggled with a new phenomenon of flaming kites flown over the border into Israel. Read More »

Donald Trump: Top economies should drop all tariffs


The letter comes on the day of the Group of 7 (G-7) summit amid heightened conflict between Trump and other G-7 members over the tariffs and following Trump's suggestion that Russian Federation be reinstated into the group. Trump said he had not spoken with Russian President Vladimir Putin in a while. The announcements come as Mr. Trump seeks to make headway on the deep US trade deficit, saying the country has been taken advantage of for too long, and he is fighting back. Read More »

Trump turns tables on G7 allies with free trade `proclamation'


French President Emmanuel Macron had labeled the summit a success before Trump's Twitter posts, saying there was relief within the G7 that an escalation of the trade dispute had been avoided. The group could now be facing an existential crisis. There are plenty of worldwide forums to engage Russian Federation and other countries. Just hours before attending the summit, Trump tweeted about rectifying "unfair Trade Deals with the G-7 countries". Read More »

Adult film workers slam Giuliani for Stormy Daniels comment


Since March, Daniels has been discussing what she says happened between herself and Trump, arguing that the non-disclosure agreement Cohen had her sign in October 2016 was void because it was missing Trump's signature. With a cameo by FLOTUS Melania Trump among others, Cohen later told his "pal" Davidson that "the wise men all believe the story is dying and don't think it's smart for her to do any interviews". Read More »

Former Obama Adviser Suggests Trump Is Russia's 'Chief Advocate' and Defender


Since the heads of state of China , Russia and Mongolia held their first meeting more than three years ago, the three countries have centered on aligning China's Belt and Road Initiative with Russia's development strategies, especially its transcontinental rail plan, and Mongolia's "development path" initiative, deepened cooperation and yielded results, said Xi. Read More »

School uses lullaby to teach kindergarteners about lock down drills


Now it's time to have some fun!' A mother visiting the Somerville school posted an image of the poster Wednesday to Twitter . The couple have a 5-year-old daughter. This year alone, there have been almost 20 shootings. Most recently, 10 people were killed at Santa Fe High School in Santa Fe, Texas when a fellow student opened fire. Read More »

North Korea razes missile test site, monitoring group 38 North says


According to 38 North on Wednesday, a stand used for missile ejection tests was demolished at the Iha-ri missile test site in Kusong City in the country's northwest. Joel Wit, a former State Department official and 38 North editor, said it was a small step meant to signal North Korea's seriousness about halting its long-range missile programs. Read More »

ME senators caution Trump on self-pardon


Senators, particularly from farm states, have lobbied Trump for months against starting a full-scale trade war that could dampen economic growth. Trump's administration recently announced it is launching a preliminary investigation into imports of automobiles and parts. Read More »