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More Details Emerge Surrounding Shooting At GOP Congressional Baseball Practice

He started his own company, JTH Inspections, in 1994 and conducted home inspections and mold/air-quality testing. IL state records show that he dissolved his company on January 10. Police recovered a shotgun from Hodgkinson following that arrest. When the letter carrier arrived, she was prevented from delivering the mail on Hodgkinson's street. Read More »

AG Sessions: "This is a Secret Innuendo Being Leaked Out There"


He slammed any assertion he colluded with Russian Federation to tilt the outcome of the 2016 presidential race in favor of Donald Trump , calling the claim a "detestable lie". "At all times throughout the course of the campaign , the confirmation process, and since becoming attorney general, I have dedicated myself to the highest standards". Read More »

London apartment fire: Hopes fade of finding survivors

He said, of Adele: "She was so nice". Mr Henderson said: "Our thoughts are with everyone affected by the awful tragedy at Grenfell Tower in London ". Commissioner Cotton, who has been a London firefighter since she was 18, said: "When I turned up here not long after 2am yesterday the scene I was confronted with was an unparalleled scene to anything that I've seen before". Read More »

United States hackers could have framed Russian Federation in election hack — Putin tells NBC

The US President has called an FBI investigation into alleged ties between his campaign and Russian Federation a "witch hunt" created to undermine the legitimacy of his 2016 election win. "What fingerprints?" Putin said sarcastically. He said hackers can be anywhere and can skillfully shift the blame to Russian Federation. "Right now, I think we have representatives from a hundred American companies that have come to Russian Federation", he continued. Read More »

27-story tower engulfed in London; officials fear collapse


Fire chiefs said it was too early to speculate on the cause of the blaze. British Prime Minister Theresa May has ordered a full public inquiry into the high-rise apartment blaze that killed at least 17 people in London amid growing public anxiety about whether similar blazes could occur in other housing blocks around the country. Read More »

The Sessions Inquisition Comes Up Empty: Trump Unscathed After Attorney General's Testimony

The former Alabama senator defended himself against accusations that he misrepresented himself during his confirmation hearing by saying he hadn't met with Russian officials during the campaign . Mr Sessions sought to pre-empt questions from the panel about conversations with President Donald Trump regarding the Russian Federation investigation and the May 9 firing of Mr Comey, saying he "cannot and will not violate my duty to protect the confidential communications I had with the ... Read More »

'Anxiety and fear' over Tory-DUP deal: Sinn Fein

Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn countered with a bit of previously unseen swagger, wearing a huge red rose - his party's symbol - in his lapel as he sparred with May and taunted her about the uncertainty surrounding the upcoming vote on her legislative program, known as the Queen's Speech. Read More »

DUP leader returns to Northern Ireland, talks continue

Even without the impact of the London fire, the talks were said to be making "slower progress". "I think it's unlikely there will be any announcement today", a DUP spokesman said. "It's passing quicker than anyone believes". "We're ready on the European side. I can't negotiate with myself", Barnier was quoted as saying by the Financial Times . Read More »

Rep. Chuck Fleischmann discusses mayhem at Congressional baseball practice

It is unclear whether the President and First Lady were able to visit with Scalise himself or with just his family, as he remains in critical condition . "We've got to get back to. where things aren't so personal and we're so judgmental of each other". "On days like today, there are no Democrats or Republicans , only Americans united in our hopes and prayers for the wounded", House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi added . Read More »

Death toll of 12 expected to rise in London tower block fire

Officials said it could be days before an investigation could yield any hint of what caused the fire or why it spread so quickly. My daughter's friend said she observed an adult who made some sort of homemade parachute and tried to lower himself out of the window . Read More »

Canadian GP: Lewis Hamilton cruises to sixth win in Montreal


It was the three-time champion's sixth victory at the Circuit Gilles Villeneuve-where he claimed his maiden triumph in 2007-as well as his third this season and the 56th of his career. Vettel and teammate Kimi Raikkonen finished one-two at Monaco two weeks ago while Hamilton struggled. "I don't think in the five years I've been with the team, they have pulled together so well and really work towards the same cause. Read More »

Family of student released in coma adjusting to 'different reality'


Secretary of State Rex Tillerson announced the release of 22-year-old Otto Warmbier, who was medically evacuated from North Korea after being in a coma there since 2016. "He is on his way, en route home, to be reunited with his family", Tillerson said. Rodman also met North Korean Olympic athletes, including judo gold medalist An Kum Ae. Read More »

Special counsel Robert Mueller meets with Senate leaders

He added in a separate interview with CNN that President Trump believes "Mueller is illegitimate as special counsel". Updated at 11:15 include new information and comment from Rosenstein . "I don't think donations are disqualifying at all, but if you represented the Clinton Foundation or Mrs. Clinton herself, that would be a bit disturbing", Graham said. Read More »

Hamilton cruises to Canadian GP win


Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton (44), of Britain, leads the pack at the start at the Canadian Grand Prix auto race Sunday, June 11, 2017, in Montreal . "Valtteri did a fantastic job this weekend, our first 1-2 for the team, solid points, so well done". "I was really able to enjoy the moment and the vehicle and the crowd, the weather was fantastic, even if it was a bit gusty and you still had to concentrate - it was a challenge and it was well-managed". Read More »

Romania's ruling party to decide on premier's fate


Sergiu Miscoiu, a political science professor at Babes-Bolyai University, said there would be "no gain here for the Social Democrats - the party will see a huge loss of image, or what was left of it". "The only answer I could find is the wish of a certain man to have all the power". But some observers say the move is the result of a fallout between the prime minister and Dragnea. Read More »

Ten man France prove that England are still in the dark ages

Southgate desperately tried to stop them with substitutions and by changing his system. There remains an inherent confidence within the group that they will be in Russian Federation next summer and Southgate remains upbeat, despite having won just three of his eight matches in charge. Read More »

Special prosecutor investigating Pres. Trump for possible obstruction of justice

In a pivotal shift in the investigation that has riveted Americans like no other for decades, senior intelligence officials have agreed to be interviewed by investigators working for the special counsel, Robert Mueller , the Post said . Gingrich said he is troubled by Democratic donations of Mueller's picks to help lead the probe. President Trump has so far made no comments on the latest report. Read More »

Special Counsel Robert Mueller Investigating President Trump for Obstruction of Justice

This was after a February meeting in which Comey said Trump told Sessions and others to leave the room before asking him to drop a probe into National Security Adviser Michael Flynn's contacts with Russian Federation. The letter said the investigation would also probe Mr Comey's testimony that Loretta Lynch, as former president Barack Obama's attorney general, had directed him to describe an FBI probe into Hillary Clinton's email practices as merely a "matter" and to avoid calling ... Read More »

Baby caught after being 'dropped to safety from tower' in London fire

Many residents on the lower levels were able to escape, some tying bed sheets together to make a ladder to winch themselves to safety. The fire began on the lower floors after midnight. According to the Telegraph , Mr Jafari said: "He was with my mother and sister in the lift and she said the lift stopped on the tenth floor and he said there was too much smoke and he couldn't breathe and he got out of the lift and then the doors shut and it didn't stop again till the ground floor". Read More »

London residents demands answers in deadly high-rise blaze

Jamie Oliver opened his restaurant in west London to families affected by the fire at Grenfell Tower. "We need to have an audit of all high-rise buildings which have cladding to ensure that it's fire-retardant, meets Australian standards or if it's not, it needs to be removed." independent Senator Nick Xenophon told Sky News on Thursday. Read More »

Investigators searching for more victims of London tower fire

Outrage has been expressed by the media in no uncertain terms. Another resident of the area who lives near Grenfell Tower told Sky News , "If it wasn't for Ramadan, there would have been more casualties", since more people would have been asleep when the blaze broke out. Read More »

Explosion strikes entrance to kindergarten in China, casualties reported


Witnesses said there were casualties, but the exact number is unclear, the report said. The cause of the blast was also not immediately clear, although online commentators said it could have been a gas canister explosion. The blast occurred at the gate of the kindergarten as children were leaving the school in the afternoon, according to the Xinhua new agency, citing the emergency office of Xuzhou city. Read More »

Former Trump Aide Calls Senator Kamala Harris "Hysterical" for Doing Her Job

Her late mother, Dr. Shyamala Gopalan Harris , was a breast cancer researcher who came to the 1960. Harris' turns at the mic during two recent hearings of the Senate Intelligence Committee . "I'm not to be able to be rushed this fast". It the makes me nervous. When Senator Dianne Feinstein asked Sessions , "Did you discuss director Comey's handling of the investigations with the president or anyone else?" the Attorney General declined to answer. Read More »

London tower fire: 'People jumped out of their windows'


Dany Cotton, Commissioner of the London Fire Brigade called the fire "an unprecendented incident" in terms of its scale, and has confirmed 50 people have been taken to hospital and there have been a number of fatalities. I yelled [in English] 'I can't go out! Methrob said residents had been concerned about safety, adding that there had been warnings "for over a year". Read More »

Bernie Sanders says he is 'sickened by this despicable act'


In what is a chilling moment in hindsight, Reps. He ignored a reporter's attempt to ask him questions, walking briskly out of the Capitol after a vote. That Hodgkinson was an outspoken critic of Trump makes it even harder to keep away from politics. "I probably heard 50-60 shots", Rand added. "We all know that the rich don't pay enough taxes". Read More »

Londoners help fire survivors with food, clothes

In the early hours of June 14, 2017 , a fire broke out in a 24-storey apartment block in North Kensington, London , killing at least 12 and injuring many others. "We are aware that concerns have been raised historically by residents". Rydon Group , which that carried out the refurbishment, said the project "met all required building regulations". Read More »

Brazil President under fire as graft scandal turns into free-for-all


The fear is he may strike a plea bargain agreement with prosecutors, offering testimony against the president in return for leniency, the person said. Last month, a recording emerged that apparently captured Temer endorsing a plan to pay hush money to ex-House Speaker Eduardo Cunha, who is serving 15 years in prison for corruption and money laundering. Read More »

MP farmers' unrest: Chouhan calls off fast

The farmers in the state are protesting over a demand for loan waivers from June 1 and setting suitable prices for the crops. "They should give up this "false fast" and get prepared to go on a "political exile", said Congress spokesperson Randeep Singh Surjewala. Read More »

Gillespie wins Virginia Republican nomination

The pediatric neurologist captured 55 percent of the vote while fellow candidate Tom Perriello captured 44 percent. He gave a fiery victory speech Tuesday, vowing to win over Perriello supporters and lead Democrats in retaking control of the state House of Delegates in the general election. Read More »