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Bill Cosby criminal case: 'Mistrial' declared

Bill Cosby's spokesman then said "Mr. Cosby's power is back", which is a frightening choice of words considering the man was just on trial for sexual assault and no verdict was delivered. Cosby and Constand met while Constand was employed at Temple University as a member of the women's basketball program. Cosby's lawyer said he and Constand were lovers sharing a consensual moment of intimacy. Read More »

The wrong kind of US Open history: Top 3 all miss cut

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Casey carded an eagle and six birdies for a six-under-par 66 while Schauffele, the 23-year-old world number 352 also carded a 66. Matsuyama tied a second-round U.S. Si Woo Kim , who captured The Players Championship a month ago, had a 70 and was at 5-under 139 along with a pair of US Open newcomers. Koepka had the lead until he turned a birdie chance into a bogey on the par-5 first hole after making the turn. Read More »

Casey looks to reel in Fowler

The projected cut-line for the top 60 players and ties is one-over. "The greens were still receptive to good shots, but they were firmer and faster", said Fowler. Matsuyama tied a second-round U.S. Open record in relation to par with his seven-under score, and his bogey-free 65 could have been even better. On a 675-yard par-5, nobody's hitting to that. Read More »

4-Way Tie For 1st Place After 2 Rounds of US Open

New ground, in more ways than one, is being broken in this first staging of a US Open in the state of Wisconsin . And he's giving the fans something to cheer. Fellow-countryman Graeme McDowell follows him out of the tournament, joined by the likes of Jason Dufner , Jason Day and Danny Willett - who withdrew due to the recurrence of a back injury. Read More »

Helmut Kohl, Who Oversaw Germany's Reunification, Dies At 87

The German newspaper Bild reported that Kohl died Friday at his home in Ludwigshafen. Former Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev underlined Kohl s role in ending the Cold War, noting that "he was without doubt an exceptional personality who left his mark on German, European and worldwide history". Read More »

Search for Grenfell Tower victims continues as police fear death toll increasing

Protesters chanting "we want justice" stormed a local town hall in London this afternoon after a deadly fire at a block of flats killed at least 30 people , Reuters reporters at the scene said. The blaze ripped through the building early Wednesday, trapping many residents in their homes. In an interview, the Prime Minister was questioned over whether there was a need for the Government to accept some responsibility for what had happened. Read More »

Donald Trump tweets surprising suggestion about firing of former Federal Bureau of Investigation director

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Trump appeared to take a subtle swing at Rosenstein during his tweets today, and new reports are saying that the Deputy Attorney General might recuse himself from the Russian Federation probes as well. "What I did is I was going to fire Comey". In an early-morning tweet, the President declared that he was "being investigated" for his decision to fire James B. Read More »

Fowler leads after first round on day of highs and lows

McIlroy , the reigning FedExCup champ, fared slightly better. McIlroy, the 2011 champion, was returning after a month out with a rib injury and his round started in flawless fashion with an eagle-two on the par-four second after driving the green. Read More »

Trump calls House health bill he backed 'mean'

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That bill, which the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office concluded will leave 23 million more people without health insurance than if Obamacare remained in place, has been rejected by the public. Vice President Mike Pence, who has worked with Senate Republicans for weeks on health care, also joined the lunch. "That issue got raised and I think he's open to suggestions", Thune said of Trump. Read More »

Still no proof of collusion with Russians, says Donald Trump

Trump admitted in an interview with NBC News' Lester Holt days after Comey's ousting on May 9 that the Russian Federation investigation influenced his decision to terminate him. Trump had expressed the same outrage when Mueller , a former Federal Bureau of Investigation director from 2001 to 2013, was appointed last month by the US Department of Justice to probe Russian meddling. Read More »

London blaze death toll reaches 30 as queen visits survivors

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Dr Smith said the advice he's had is that it's unlikely the cladding has been used in New Zealand on high-rises, but he has asked officials to check with main city councils to see if any newly-constructed buildings have used it. It followed calls for those involved in the building's recent renovation - which many claim posed a major safety risk - to face prosecution. Mr Cundy said investigators had examined the location where the fire is believed to have started, but conditions within ... Read More »

Former UK PM Major 'wary' about planned deal with N.Irish party

But May appears to be motivated by her desire to guarantee a majority in Parliament for a Queen's Speech - a key event in the parliamentary calendar in which the government lays out its policy agenda for the coming year. The Conservatives have 317 MPs while the DUP have 10. "A fundamental part of that peace process is that the United Kingdom government needs to be impartial between all the competing interests in Northern Ireland ". Read More »

Congressional Charity Baseball Game To Go On After Shooting Spree At Practice

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After visiting Scalise Wednesday evening at MedStar Washington Hospital Center , Trump tweeted: " Rep. Steve Scalise , one of the truly great people, is in very tough shape - but he is a real fighter". One of the Capitol officers is also still in the hospital. "It was a scary situation". "I am a sponsor of a law that would change that and would say if you have a hide carry permit in any state you can carry in other states", he said . Read More »

Trump, first lady make surprise visit to hospital where Scalise being treated

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USA representatives Ron DeSantis and Jeff Duncan had ducked out of baseball practice when a middle-aged man in the auto park asked them if the players in red shirts on the field were Republicans or Democrats . I probably heard 50 to 60 shots. "The shooter was moving toward the dugout where the members were, and they were able to take him down". The hospital said he was in shock at the time . Read More »

Top US Republican 'critical' after shooting

They were still reeling from the morning shooting of House Whip Rep. Steve Scalise (R-La.) in Alexandria, Va., at a baseball practice for a charity game that is still on for Thursday. Trump described Scalise, the number three Republican in the House of Representatives, as a "very good friend" and "patriot", telling him: "America is praying for you and America is praying for all of the victims of this awful shooting". Read More »

Rep. DeSantis Had 'Odd' Encounter With Man Before Virginia Shooting

Lawmakers introduced legislation in both legislative chambers, Rep. Richard Hudson's (R-NC) Concealed Carry Reciprocity Act of 2017 , and Senate, Sen. Every job has risks, and if a member of Congress isn't willing to take the risk to meet with their constituents, they shouldn't take the salary that is being paid to them by the taxpayers. Read More »

La France vient à bout de l'Angleterre — Amical

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L'Equipe de France de football a surclassé les Trois Lions et offert au public un match de référence qui aura révélé ou confirmé certaines pépites du foot français. Harry Kane n'en demandait pas tant et le transforme sereinement (2-2, 48e minute). Le mérite en revient d'ailleurs en partie au jeune phénomène monégasque. Read More »

India beat SA by 8 wickets, enter semifinals

ABD's desperation is evidenced by his assertion post the loss to India that he still believes he is the right man to lead South Africa to a coveted title. "To me, every game the same; you win some, you lose some. I just don't understand why it falls short of expectations at the global tournaments year after year", said Harbhajan. Read More »

You're a wonder, Wonder Woman

WONDER WOMAN changes that. The folks behind DC Comics clearly did, and according to Wonder Woman star Ewen Bremner, they wasted no time in capturing the moment. One was that women didn't care about superheroes and wouldn't turn up for a Wonder Woman movie . Although after watching the film for the second time, it seems as though that's his form in the beginning so, I guess that is just what he looks like. Read More »

Bangladesh run to last four is reward for years of toil

A Bangladeshi Cricket fan posted a picture of Indian flag draped around a dog being chased by a tiger draped in Bangladesh's flag. Indian team had a fun-filled practice session on the eve of their ICC Champions Trophy semi-final match against Bangladesh on Thursday. Read More »

Suspected N.Korea drone photographed US missile defense site

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After a joint investigation with United States experts, Seoul said they were flown from North Korea and had been pre-programmed to fly over South Korean military installations. Friedt held a closed-door meeting with officials from Seoul's foreign ministry to prepare for the Extended Deterrence Strategy Consultative Group meeting. Read More »

AG Sessions Denies Improper Russia Contacts During Senate Hearing

After the Post story was published, Sessions recused himself from the Russian Federation investigation, but he was involved in the decision to fire former FBI Director James Comey . On Monday, in a unusual photo op, members of Trump's Cabinet lavished praise on the President, who has struggled to extricate himself from the Russian Federation cloud over his White House. Read More »

McIlroy returning from another injury at Wisconsin major

As European Ryder Cup captain Thomas Bjorn backed the world number two to play his way into contention at this week's US Open , McIlroy knows everything has to be right to live up to that billing on his return from a rib injury that has restricted him to just six starts so far this year. Read More »

Banks penalty gives Highlanders win over Lions

He expects the Christchurch conditions to prevail for the rest of the tour. Jonathan Joseph, Tommy Seymour and Warburton all crossed the whitewash, and Dan Biggar kicked two conversions and a penalty , but it still was not enough to seal victory. Read More »

Sessions corrects one of Comey's 'faulty memory' moments with facts

Sessions claimed he could refuse to answer questions the president may later exert privilege upon. First off, King wanted to understand why Sessions wasn't answering questions that weren't classified. He called Comey's move "a thunderous thing" and it caused him to conclude "that a fresh start was appropriate". Sessions testified that he had been at an event at the Mayflower hotel past year when Trump was giving a foreign policy speech. Read More »

Corbyn keeps eyes on Downing Street

In another sign of Mrs May's weakening grip on power, MPs who attended the 1922 Committee revealed she was open to more backbench input on policy and a greater role for Chief Whip Gavin Williamson. He acknowledged that the government would now be unable to get numerous measures promised in its election platform through Parliament. Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon said May's government lacked the credibility necessary for Brexit talks and should delay the negotiations. Read More »

May to face fury of own MPs

Writing in the Daily Record, she said: "The Good Friday Agreement requires the UK Government to be an impartial broker between parties in Northern Ireland and it would be shameful if, in the Tories' pursuit of power, they jeopardised the chances of a return to devolved government in Northern Ireland". Read More »