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Kerr: 'I'm not ready to coach' Warriors in NBA Finals

The Warriors issued a fraud alert Tuesday about fake tickets for sale on third party websites like Craigslist. There are injuries to worry about, with Durant and Curry both having seasons where they barely played due to foot and ankle problems, respectively. Read More »

New arrest in Manchester attack investigation as police search for accomplices

The new insight into Abedi's motivation came as Britons faced stepped-up security, authorities pushed forward with raids and the investigation extended across Europe into Libya, where most of the suspected bomber's family lived. Still, the escalating dispute over the release of information has soured relations between the countries ahead of Ms May's meeting with Mr Trump at the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation summit in Brussels. Read More »

Trump Is Worried About The Trade Deficit With Germany. He Shouldn't Be

The Trump administration has become fixated with eliminating trade deficits, with top White House officials saying they will act to tilt the balance of trade back towards the US. President Donald Trump took to social media to blast Germany, a key US ally that he asserted was unfairly benefiting from trade and the North Atlantic Treaty Alliance (NATO). Read More »

First ICBM Interceptor Test by United States is Successful

MDA worked with the U.S. Air Force's 30th space wing, U.S. Northern Command and the Joint Functional Component Command for Integrated Missile Defense to perform the Flight Test Ground-Based Interceptor-15 test. U.S. stages successful ICBM test. "This is one element of a broader missile defence strategy that we can use to employ against potential threats", Pentagon spokesman Captain Jeff Davis told reporters. Read More »

At least 80 killed in massive blast near Afghan capital

The U.S. -led North Atlantic Treaty Organisation coalition, Operation Resolute Support, says in a statement the bombing happened near its headquarters and the German Embassy. The blast occurred in the Afghan capital in the area near many foreign embassies and the presidential palace. French officials said the country's embassy had been damaged, along with the German embassy, but there were no signs that any French nationals were among the casualties. Read More »

Trump to pull USA out of Paris climate accord

And Trump tweeted that he would announce his official decision within the next few days. President Donald Trump has allegedly informed his confidants that the United States will withdraw from the Paris Agreement on climate change , as it threatens with the closure of factories and plants all over the country in the upcoming years, Sputnik reported . Read More »

Scottish party to push for vote on independence

Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon said on Tuesday (May 30) that she would demand a new independence referendum and a seat at the Brexit negotiating table if her party wins the most seats in Scotland in the British election. Ms Sturgeon's rating of -4 was 18 points down from +14 from previous year, when people were asked how she was performing as First Minister. Scottish Conservative leader Ruth Davidson said: "Nicola Sturgeon tried her usual trick today of trying to ignore ... Read More »

Cattle ban: Kerala CM to challenge Centre, calls for all CM meeting


Minister for Local Administration KT Jaleel said the state government would consider formulating a new legislation to forego the ban . Meanwhile, the Rajasthan High Court directed the state government to coordinate with the Centre and take necessary steps to declare cow as a national animal. Read More »

Trump pulling US out of Paris climate deal - Axios

Political writer and columnist for The Daily Beast Matt Lewis schooled CNN's "New Day" panel Wednesday regarding President Donald Trump's decision to withdraw from the Paris Climate Agreement . Trump has threatened in the past to leave the agreement, casting the deal - like other multilateral agreements - as unfair to the US economy. "It is absolutely essential that the world implements the Paris agreement". Read More »

Oklahoma baseball: Sooners selected to play in Louisville regional


The Cavaliers (42-14) and the Patriots (40-19) will play at 4:00 p.m. The Missouri State Bears and the Arkansas Razorbacks will continue their long-time rivalry in this year's NCAA Tournament. Tech will take on the Blue Hens (34-21) for the first time in program history on Friday afternoon. Radford, which was only the fifth seed in the Big South tournament, has made the NCAAs for the second time in three years. Read More »

Germany suspends deportation flights to Afghanistan after Kabul attack

Germany's Foreign Minister Sigmar Gabriel said that along with the Afghan guard who was killed , a German diplomat was lightly wounded while an Afghan staffer sustained severe injuries. His head wound had been bandaged but blood still soaked his white dress shirt. Even though the Taliban claim they are only waging war against the Kabul government and foreign forces in Afghanistan, most of the casualties of their attacks have been civilians. Read More »

Support for Trump Impeachment Up


Among those who do support them, however, 43% said Trump "already committed an impeachable offense", while 54% said he is simply "unfit to serve, regardless of whether or not he's committed an impeachable offense". Former President Gerald Ford famously said that an impeachable offense "is whatever a majority of the House of Representatives considers it to be at a given moment in history". Read More »

Gianforte Wins Montana Special Election After Misdemeanor Assault Charge

According to audio from Jacobs, after he pressed Gianforte for his reaction to the CBO score, the would-be congressman then body-slammed him to the ground, breaking his glasses and injuring his elbow. Republicans believed the race had closed in the final days, but that Gianforte still had a slim lead. Gianforte ran for governor in Montana last fall as a moderate supporter Donald Trump supporter. Read More »

Death Toll Rises To 80 In Kabul Car Bomb Explosion, 350 Injured

An Interior Ministry official told Tolo that the killer vehicle was a water tanker which was packed with explosives. Location of the vehicle bomb that tore through central Kabul , Afghanistan in the capital's highly secure diplomatic neighborhood.Security forces inspect the site of a suicide attack where the German Embassy is located in Kabul , Afghanistan , Wednesday, May 31, 2017 . Read More »

Spicer refers Russia-related queries to Trump's private lawyer

When reporters asked about the president's belief in man-made climate change - a question that plays heavily in the coming decision about the Paris Climate Agreement - Spicer also had little to add. He's always proven that - that he is the best messenger not just for what he wants to articulate, but that the American people resoundingly chose him as their president because he understands the frustrations and concerns and values of the American people, and he is probably the best person to ... Read More »

Bombing in diplomatic area of Kabul kills 80... 8:06 am Wed

It further said that threat of kidnapping is high and the potential also exists for protests to occur in Afghan cities at short notice . There were also fears that given the location of the explosion - near embassies - worldwide staff were caught up in the blast . Read More »

Labour's general election manifesto launch in 90 seconds


The £48.6 billion spending is funded largely through extra taxes on business and the wealthy, including increasing corporation tax paid by employers by £19.4 billion a year, charging 45% income tax on earnings above £80,000 and charging 50% income tax on earnings above £123,000. Read More »

PM's jibe about 'alone and naked' Jeremy Corbyn 'totally inappropriate'

Other stories making the headlines include a "secret plan" by Labour to increase migration, as covered by the Telegraph and Daily Mail, while Guardian columnist Rafael Behr takes down the Prime Minister for repeating her mantra about "no deal is better than a bad deal" on Brexit , suggesting that while it appears popular, it's also a "nonsense". Read More »

Donald Trump lashes out at Germany over trade deficit, North Atlantic Treaty Organisation; promises 'change'

Jaiswal also assured that on the sidelines of Intergovernmental Consultations (IGC), two financial implementation agreements for 2015 and 2016 was signed. "The short-sighted policy of the American government is against the interests of the European Union". "I think the relationship that the president has had with Merkel he would describe as fairly unbelievable", Spicer told reporters gathered for the first daily press briefing since Trump returned from his first trip overseas as president. Read More »

Democrats aim to keep focus on Donald Trump's meeting with Russian diplomats


He is respected by everyone and is working on programs that will save our country billions of dollars. Also, the Federal Bureau of Investigation is also reportedly looking into a December meeting between Kushner and a former intelligence officer appointed by Vladimir Putin as CEO of a Russian state-owned bank that is under US sanctions and was implicated in a 2015 espionage case. Read More »

Devin Nunes in April: Russia investigation is all because Hillary Clinton lost

Nunes also claimed that he stopped leading the House's Trump-Russia investigation so he could help fellow Republican candidates. Top House Democrats, including Nancy Pelosi and Adam Schiff, had urged him to step aside. When asked if the congressman wanted to comment on or clarify his remarks, a spokesman responded with a statement from Nunes. Nunes added: "They have tried to destroy this Russian Federation investigation, they've never been serious about it, and one of the great things now ... Read More »

Mike Dubke, White House communications director, resigns

Dubke is still coming into work, and his last day has not yet been set. Dubke was originally brought in to be communications director when White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer was asked to focus on the briefing job and drop the time-consuming obligations of the job. Read More »

Kabul bomb: 90 people killed, 400 wounded in Afghanistan

No group has claimed responsibility for the bombing that hit in a highly secure diplomatic area of the Afghan capital. According to Reuters , German Foreign Minister Sigmar Gabriel said that at least one Afghan security guard at the German embassy was killed and members of the diplomatic mission were injured. Read More »

9 local guards dead, 11 Americans wounded in Kabul

The bombing also raised serious questions about the Afghan government's ability to secure the war-battered nation. The BBC says a driver for the broadcaster was killed and four of its journalists were injured in the massive vehicle bombing in Kabul . Read More »

Philippines army battles IS-linked group in southern city


Lt. Col. Jo-ar Herrera says the helicopters are firing rockets in "a precision attack". It is a rare admission by the authorities that local jihadists are working with global groups. What is the IS link? The main Muslim rebel groups have signed accords with the government aimed at forging a final peace, giving up their separatist ambitions in return for autonomy. Read More »

Trump says US, Vietnam signed deals worth 'billions'


He declined to say directly if Vietnam planned to enter bilateral trade talks with the United States, even as he expressed optimism over Mr Trump's commitment to economic liberalisation. McMaster is second from right. Lighthizer and other Trump administration trade officials have pledged to work to reduce USA bilateral trade deficits with major trading partners. Read More »

At least 65 killed, 325 injured by auto bomb in Kabul

None of the wounded Americans appeared to have life-threatening injuries, the official said. The BBC said a driver for its Afghan service, Mohammed Nazir, was killed in the blast , and four journalists had been injured. The blast was the latest in a long line of attacks in Kabul . "They are still bringing bodies and wounded people to hospitals", senior health ministry spokesman Ismael Kawoosi told AFP. Read More »

National Weather Service issues severe thunderstorm warning


Forecasters urged anyone planning outdoor afternoon activities for Memorial Day to remain alert for changing weather conditions. Evanego explained that severe weather warnings are usually characterized by wind speeds that reach 60 miles per hour or over and hail the size of or larger than a quarter. Read More »

Dozens killed in Afghanistan bombing

Ambulances were reportedly racing to and from the hospital some carrying dead bodies and injured. Images showed dozens of blackened and burned out cars. Afghanistan has been suffering from a surge of attacks from the Taliban movement since it declared a new spring offensive, including spectacular attacks on the once secure capital. Read More »

Life returns to normal in Kahsmir Valley


Bhat had succeeded Burhan Wani as the Hizbul commander, after Wani was killed in a gunfight in Kokarnag area of Anantnag district on 8 July, 2016. He said train services were suspended in the Kashmir valley due to security reasons after receiving a directive from the government, including police. Read More »

England expect to end drought in Champions Trophy

Any team that can't find a place in their XI for red-hot batsman Jonny Bairstow can certainly claim to have an embarrassment of riches. It featured a fourth single-figure score in Roy's last five innings before Bairstow saved some of England's blushes with his third half-century in his last four one-day global opportunities. Read More »

To-the-point: US team already hatching Paris withdrawal

At a summit meeting of the G7 group of leading economies over the weekend, Mr Trump refused to join the other six leaders in pledging to implement the Paris accord and said he would announce the USA position this week. The December 2015 deal has as of this month been signed by all 197 countries in the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change except two: Syria and Nicaragua. Read More »

Watch ICC Champions Trophy 2017 warm-up match on TV, online

What India will also want is for the Bangladesh bowlers to challenge their batsmen. Bangladesh coach Chandika Hathurusinghe insisted his side's morale remained intact after they suffered a dispiriting warm-up for their Champions Trophy opener against England by crashing to a 240-run defeat against India on Tuesday. Read More »