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Trump credits 'fake news,' administration wins for strong base

Donald Trump kicked off his campaign for president [VIDEO ] back in the summer of 2015 and did so in controversial fashion. President Trump tweeted about the strength of his base on Monday saying that even negative stories, like the Russian Federation investigation, have driven them closer together. Read More »

Chairman Senate calls on Iranian President Rouhani


In a meeting with European foreign policy chief Federica Mogherini in Tehran in advance of the ceremony, Rouhani said the US stance could hamper implementation of the nuclear deal. Iranian deputy foreign minister Abbas Araghchi said on state television that the country would "react appropriately" to the new sanctions. The Hamas delegation arrived in Tehran this weekend to participate in a Saturday swearing-in ceremony for Iranian President-elect Hassan Rouhani , who beat out hardline ... Read More »

United Nations bans key North Korea exports over Missile tests


The recent resolution, he said, sends a strong message to all parties that they can have influence on North Korea . "They have a big decision to make". "Who has been carrying out the U.N. Security Council resolutions concerning North Korea?" North Korea has threatened to "end" the U.S. as the United Nations agreed to the toughest sanctions "in a generation" over the country's missile programme. Read More »

OH police search for road rage suspects


Preliminary information shows that bullet fragments did not penetrate into the boy's brain. He is in serious condition and underwent surgery to remove bullet fragments, according to police. Someone inside the vehicle then opened fire. The woman said two men were in the vehicle. Police were looking for the gunmen and said no arrests had been made. Read More »

Donald Trump attacks 'phony' Democrat Senator Richard Blumenthal over Russian collusion claims


Richard Blumenthal . He told stories about his Vietnam battles and conquests, how fearless he was and it was all a lie. He later said he misspoke and meant to say that he was in the Marine Reserve during the Vietnam conflict. "It was purposeful and relentless, and it involved propaganda and hacking into our machines or at least an attempt to do it and potential collusion by the Trump campaign and then obstruction of justice", Blumenthal said. Read More »

Clinton Police Officer shot, killed


After Michael made the traffic stop and got out of his patrol auto, the driver got out of his vehicle and fired at the officer, who was able to return fire, Lowe said . The suspect then fled the scene and his whereabouts is unknown. The report from the Missouri Highway Patrol said the driver of a Dodge Nitro got out of the vehicle during the traffic stop and started shooting. Read More »

Govt keen on starting ops at Chabahar Port by 2018: Gadkari


Both sides reiterated their commitment to complete and operationalize the Port at the earliest. "Minister Nitin Gadkari handed over the letter of felicitation from Prime Minister Narendra Modi for President Rouhani in which the Prime Minister extended an invitation to President of Iran to visit India", India's Ministry of External Affairs said in a statement. Read More »

Anthony Scaramucci Thinks He Was Misunderstood. Now He Wants to Explain

And now we have another newly employed name to add the list: Pauly Shore, who delivered a spot-on impersonation of White House senior adviser Stephen Miller for the website amusing or Die. A veteran also of the 2016 presidential campaign, Scaramucci gave an interview with Anton MediaGroup in January, after he was appointed to be one of 16 members of Trump's transition team. Read More »

Wet Weather Bringing Plenty Of Rain To The ArkLaMiss This Week


Tuesday , the National Weather Service said. Partly sunny with a high near 87. There will be a 50 percent likelihood of rain on Wednesday , which will drop to a 40 percent chance Wednesday night into Thursday before dropping again to a 30 percent chance Thursday night . Read More »

Iran signs deal with France's Renault to produce 150000 cars


Based on the three-way contract involving Renault, the Industrial Development and Renovation Organization of Iran ( IDRO ), and Partov Negin Naseh holding company, the French automaker is going to produce new vehicle models in Iran and establish customer service centers and auto part retail shops in the country. Read More »

Trump 'appreciates' China, Russia backing on N Korea sanctions


Yet another American president is enlisting China to put the squeeze on North Korea. Expert further commented on the effectiveness of the sanctions imposed by the United States. Resolution 2371 bans North Korean exports of minerals and other raw materials and goods, including coal, iron, lead and seafood. "Very big financial impact!" The sanctions are created to slash North Korea's annual export revenue of US$3 billion by a third. Read More »

White House: Trump 'not discussing' firing Mueller

Meanwhile, on CNN's "State of the Union", New Jersey Governor Chris Christie said that Mueller's decision to use a grand jury in his investigation of possible Russian collusion with the Trump campaign is a "normal step". president has openly criticized the Congress and his own party. Strategists like Williams argue that Trump's apparent inability to let the matter go is counter-productive, especially at events like the Thursday rally, when it was sure to overshadow what was otherwise a ... Read More »

Swimmer who died ID'd as incoming Cornell student from Bronx


In a statement , Ithaca Police Department Acting Chief Pete Tyler said that Perez-Ventura had been swimming in a prohibited area. A search for a missing person had been underway since about 2:33 p.m. "I write with deep sadness regarding the tragic loss of one of the newest members of our Cornell community", Lombardi said in a statement. Freshman orientation at Cornell is set to start in two weeks. Read More »

Flash flood watch alert issued for Monday in South Jersey


The chance for rain throughout Saturday is 80 percent and forecaster predict three inches of rain though out the area. The WWL-TV Weather team reports more than 5 inches of rain in Mid-City and downtown New Orleans, almost 3 inches in Chalmette, about 3 inches in Metairie. Read More »

Flynn, Lose or Draw: General May Hold Key To Russia Scandal


Conway said. "The entire Russian Federation investigation is a hypothetical". Given that the thrice-wed New Yorker married an immigrant and once lectured Republicans on the need to defend gay rights, many critics have said his recent announcements smack of hypocrisy. Read More »

China agrees to UN sanctions against North Korea


North Korean Foreign Minister Ri Yong-ho clarified his country's attitude Sunday during a brief encounter with Seoul's top envoy Kang Kyung-hwa. "The United States is taking and will continue to take prudent defensive measures to protect ourselves and our allies", she said, adding that Washington would continue annual joint military exercises with South Korea. Read More »

ASEAN overcomes communique impasse, urges non-militarisation in South China Sea


South Korea's foreign minister joined her counterparts from the US and Japan for a meeting in the Philippines in which Tillerson touted efforts to persuade nations to stop using North Korean labor. But Ri retorted: "Given the current situation in which the South collaborates with the United States to heap pressure on the North, such proposals lacked sincerity", the unnamed official was quoted as saying. Read More »

Police officers shoot and kill man in Santa Rosa


Santa Rosa police tell the San Francisco Chronicle that two residents called 911 early Saturday to report that a man with a knife was "acting insane". The person with the laceration was taken to a local hospital. The man was able to talk to the officers in English. At least one officer fired multiple shots, striking the man, Ludtke said. Read More »

Gwynne Dyer: Reservoir dogs in the White House

According to unnamed staffers, Trump has agreed to show his tweets to his new Chief of Staff before posting them in a bid to hit the right tone after months of administration chaos. According to Politico's sources, Trump was just exhausted of the search and so he ended it with a sudden choice that no one saw coming. Over the weekend, while staying at Bedminster, New Jersey, the president fired off his signature string of Saturday and Sunday morning posts . Read More »

Hamza Shehbaz is neither Sadiq nor Ameen, says Ayesha Ahad


Chairman Imran Khan said allegations by Ayesha Ahad are the first test of recently sworn-in Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi. Addressing a press conference with PTI leaders Firdous Ashiq Awan and Yasmin Rashid on Saturday, Ahad demanded that a committee be constituted for herself and Hamza just like the one formed by the National Assembly to probe the allegations levelled by MNA Ayesha Gulalai against PTI chief Imran Khan. Read More »

Typhoon Noru affects flights and train services in south Japan


Wakayama is located on the Kii Peninsula in the Kansai region on Japan's Honshu island. After landing on Shikoku, the season's fifth typhoon is likely to travel through the Kinki western and Hokuriku central regions before reaching the Sea of Japan on Tuesday, while gradually losing its strength, the Meteorological Agency said. Read More »

Tillerson takes North Korea pressure campaign to Asia


South Korea's foreign minister joined her counterparts from the USA and Japan for a meeting in the Philippines in which Tillerson touted efforts to persuade nations to stop using North Korean labor. It bans North Korean exports of coal, iron, iron ore, lead, lead ore and seafood and prohibits countries from hiring additional North Korean labourers. Read More »

In Japan waiting for the arrival of a massive Typhoon "Hole"


But the Japan Meteorological Agency was forecasting it might hit the southern island of Kyushu by Friday or the weekend, but as a much weaker system. That would make it equivalent to a strong Category 1 Atlantic hurricane, packing very risky winds, and capable of causing extensive damage. Read More »

Understanding CSRs In The Health Care Debate


Even though Senate Republicans' push to repeal the Affordable Care Act fizzled out last week, health insurers are still grappling with uncertainty over whether the federal government will continue to fund crucial subsidies that help low-income Americans pay for health coverage. Read More »

Plebiscite or vote OK: MP

The stalemate over marriage equality looks set to continue in Australia until at least the end of 2017 after a special meeting of the Liberal Party room to debate the issue chose to try to obtain parliamentary approval for a plebiscite once again. Read More »

United Nations imposes 'toughest ever' sanctions on North Korea over missile tests


After weeks of US frustration over China's reluctance to take action, Trump's strategy of relying on Beijing's help showed early signs of paying off. Susan Thornton is the top US diplomat for Asia. anti-missile defense system in South Korea and for relevant equipment to be dismantled, China's U.N. Ambassador Liu Jieyi told the U.N. Security Council. Read More »

India celebrates Raksha Bandhan 2017


Give her the Haldiram's Squash Range - and let her know how cool she is! But you know that underneath all of that, she is really a sweet and caring, and just gets a little stressed out sometimes! Love you brother, Happy Raksha Bandhan . Raksha Bandhan greetings dear. Have a prosperous Raksha Bandhan wishes. This is a bond of love, a bond of togetherness, it is a thread that binds our life and our hearts. Read More »

Hot auto death leaves four-month-old girl dead in Luther, OK


Opgrande added, "After she got off work, she drove back to Luther to stop by the daycare ". Mr Opgrande said the grandmother has custody of the infant and meant to drop her off at the daycare on her way to work in Oklahoma City, where the outside temperature reached 31C (88F). Read More »