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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 »

UK exit poll: Conservatives may fall short of majority

Visibly tired from the night's events, the Prime Minister said she would take time to reflect on how the Conservatives can "take the party forward" from now on. Reuters reports that Gunther H. Oettinger, a European Commission budget and human resources commissioner, expressed doubt about the talks starting as planned. Read More »

Senior Cabinet members stand by embattled May


Her new chief-of-staff Gavin Barwell has suggested she should take a different approach towards public spending after an anti-austerity Labour party election campaign denied her Conservatives a majority . "She accepted the tone of the campaign wasn't right". But this was what one minister said about his demeanour during the meeting: "When the room cheered her to the rafters, his face was a picture; he did not look happy". Read More »

British PM Now Says DUP Talks Ongoing, No Support Deal Yet


But a month and a half later, having lost her parliamentary majority, some are now questioning whether May will be able to remain as leader. And the other thing, I think, which I think caught us by surprise was the sheer effectiveness of the campaigning by Jeremy Corbyn , the left-wing leader of the Labour Party who fought a very authentic campaign - quite an old fashioned campaign, in some ways - with big open-air rallies where he really energized people. Read More »

Brexit talks may not start on time


Have you read Trendiee Today? May failed to win a majority last week, sparking calls for her plan to leave the EU's single market to be watered down. At the meeting with lawmakers in Parliament, May recognised that a broader consensus needed to be built for Brexit and made clear that she would listen to all wings of the party on the issue. Read More »

EU's Tusk warns against Brexit 'no deal' after UK vote

The country could be plunged into uncertainty for weeks as Theresa May seeks to form a government, if her Conservative party has lost its overall majority as an exit poll and near-complete results indicate. He tweeted: "Looks like we might need a time-out in the Brexit negotiations". But for officials at the E.U. headquarters in Brussels and European leaders, May's election flop complicates yet further an inevitable process which they simply want out the way. Read More »

UK election: Theresa May clings on, appoints new ministers


For instance, Menon said , some pro-EU Conservative legislators may wait until the Brexit legislative program comes to Parliament to start attacking it. That means the DUP would back the government on confidence motions and budget votes, but it's not a coalition government or a broader pact. "The Conservatives have not yet broken the British system of democracy, but through their hubris and incompetence they have managed to make a mockery of it", it said in an editorial. Read More »

UK government agrees outline deal with DUP for support


Ms May, who sacked Mr Gove when she took office a year ago, rejected the suggestion that his appointment was a reflection of her weakness after the election. He said: "I try to represent the whole constituency and be a moderate, centrist voice in Parliament". He continued: "On winter fuel allowance, for example, we think there's a majority in Parliament, even within the Conservative Party there are quite few Conservative MPs who'll say this is unacceptable, triple lock - exactly the same - ... Read More »

Is Stephen Curry playing too passively in the NBA Finals?


And again as the Cavs claimed the championship. If they return to their standard level of performance at home in Game 5, they'll likely be National Basketball Association champions in two days. "So I know you could take away the physical part of the game as far as controlling stuff, but emotionally that should be us, that should be what the players have as their own out there". Read More »

Iran officials say 5 attackers fought for IS

The report called the detainees "elements of the Wahhabi IS group ", and said they were involved in operations, communication and logistics for the local Islamic State cell. "So people in Iran , they don't consider the USA as their enemy". IS released a video purporting to show gunmen inside the parliament building and one man, who appeared wounded, on the floor. Read More »

Watch the Microsoft E3 Press Briefing Right Here


Will we finally see original Xbox games added into the mix? There is also going to be a final release date for the Scorpio later this year. The price cut comes on the same day that Microsoft plans to reveal its Project Scorpio console at the company's annual E3 conference. Read More »

Rallies against Islamic law draw counter-protests in Chicago, across US


Americans are gathering in more than 20 cities across the country to protest Sharia Law Saturday. The demonstrations were held in more than two dozen USA cities, including Seattle, New York and San Bernardino, Calif. "The point of Sharia is being good to one's parents, being good to one's neighbors". He said the values contained in Sharia is not open for debate and are universal to all Muslims, while Fiqh is debatable and #Subject To Change, and is interpreted differently among Islamic ... Read More »

Nick Timothy resigns as aide to Theresa May

This was likely to involve a deal in which the DUP would support a Conservative government on key votes in parliament , but not form a formal coalition. But things did not go to plan. Senior members of the ruling Conservative party had reportedly made the departure of Nick Timothy and Fiona Hill a condition of allowing May to stay on after losing her parliamentary majority in Thursday's vote. Read More »

British Police Arrest Another London Bridge Terror Suspect


The three attackers appear to launch themselves towards the officers before falling. The discoveries, especially of the plan to hire a truck, suggested more could have been killed. Another suspect has been arrested in connection with the London Bridge attack . An unnamed French national also died in the rampage, with two others missing, the French foreign affairs minister Jean-Yves Le Drian said. Read More »

Trump '100%' Willing To Testify About Comey Discussions

The statement came two days after White House spokesman Sean Spicer declined to say whether Trump had confidence in Sessions. No collusion, no obstruction. Mr Trump had stayed unusually quiet on Thursday, refraining from weighing in on the testimony gripping the country both on Twitter and at several public appearances. Read More »

Ostapenko wins; Nadal vs. Wawrinka in final

The third-seeded Romanian had been trying to become the second Romanian woman to win a Grand Slam singles champion since her manager, Virginia Ruzici , in 1978. - Ostapenko made 23 unforced errors in the first set. A huge slice of luck went Ostapenko's way at a crucial juncture in game seven as a backhand up the line thumped into the net cord and dropped on Halep's side to seal a break in the most fortuitous circumstances. Read More »

Le Real bat tous les records — Ligue des champions


L'offensive du Real Madrid a mis la Juventus sur les talons et elle a permis à son entraîneur-chef, Zinedine Zidane , de signer un deuxième titre de la Ligue des Champions en 18 mois à la barre de l'équipe espagnole. Un partout, balle au centre? " Zizou ", 1er entraîneur à offrir deux Ligues des champions d'affilée à un club, " devient maintenant un mythe sur le banc ", assure pour sa part El Mundo Deportivo. Read More »

Gulf rivals not seeking Qatar 'regime change'

Meanwhile, Egypt called on the United Nations Security Council to launch an investigation into accusations that Qatar paid a ransom of up to $1 billion "to a terrorist group active in Iraq" to release kidnapped members of its royal family. Trump's Tuesday tweet - in which he said "all reference was pointing to Qatar" as a financer of extremism - was especially surprising given Qatar's role as host of the largest United States airbase in the Middle East. Read More »

Jury to hear Bill Cosby's testimony about quaaludes and sex

Disgraced comedian Bill Cosby was terrified that Andrea Constand's mom thought he was a " dirty old man ". The jury was not immediately read one of the most explosive exchanges in the deposition: where Cosby acknowledged using quaaludes, a now-banned sedative, in his pursuit of women for sex. Read More »

The Explainer: What does the British election results mean?

British Prime Minister Theresa May's Conservative party is now unable to win an outright majority in parliament. May's gamble that she could capitalise on Britons' desire to quit the European Union and perceived weakness in the opposition Labour Party backfired on Thursday as voters stripped her of her parliamentary majority. Read More »

Macron confirms third French victim in London attack

A Spanish victim from Saturday's attack was also confirmed by his family on Wednesday: Ignacio Echevarría, dubbed the "skateboard hero" after witnesses saw him try to protect a woman by fighting off one of the assailants with his skateboard. Read More »

House Health Care Plan Formally Moves to Senate


The effort could easily fail. Orrin Hatch, the chair of the committee, for not having a more open process in writing the bill . Disagreements over provisions covering abortion and funding for Planned Parenthood could prove too much to overcome. Read More »

Keeping close watch on India's first Zika cases


The similarities between the monkey pregnancies and reported complications in Zika-affected human pregnancies further establish Zika infection in monkeys as a way to study the progression of the infection and associated health problems in people. Read More »

Senegal recalls Qatar ambassador, backs Saudi in Gulf row

Trump , during the phone call , said that a United Gulf Cooperation Council is critical to defeat terrorism and promote regional stability , the White House added. Jordan has downgraded its diplomatic representation and revoked the license of Doha-based TV channel al Jazeera . The United States, France and Russian Federation have called for dialogue while Turkey has defended Qatar and said it would further "develop" ties with Doha. Read More »

GOP congressional candidate doesn't support 'livable wage'

Two other special House elections this month in California and SC are seen as less competitive and have drawn little or no outside campaign spending in recent weeks. Democrats need to pick up 24 seats to reclaim a House majority, and they're also targeting several GOP-held governor's seats in Democratic-leaning and presidential battleground states. Read More »

Donald Trump pushes Gulf unity in call with Saudi king

He also allegedly said Qatar's relationship with the Trump administration was "tense" even though the emir and Trump met on a positive note in Saudi Arabia last month. Qatar has an independent streak that has often angered its neighbours. The Saudi state-owned SPA news agency said Qatar " embraces multiple terrorist and sectarian groups aimed at disturbing stability in the region, including the Muslim Brotherhood, Islamic State, and al-Qaida, and promotes the message and schemes of ... Read More »

Everything Known About Human History Just Got An Adjustment Of Sorts


Earlier this year a team argued they had found evidence that either modern humans or pre-humans were in North America 150,000 years ago. McPherron and his team dated the flint used in the tools to approximately 300,000 years ago, when such materials would have been common among Middle Stone Age Homo sapiens . Read More »

GOP senators to get glimpse of leadership's health care ideas


About half a dozen Senate Republicans have expressed doubt that the chamber will act on a health bill in 2017. Sen. Heller said if the changes to Medicaid in the Senate bill are not sufficient for Republican governors, "I'm going to have a very hard time voting for them". Read More »

Kyle Korver on NBA Finals: 'This series is far from over'

Most expected the 2017 NBA Finals to feature two evenly matched superteams, but the Golden State Warriors have dominated the Cleveland Cavaliers in stunning fashion to take a 2-0 series lead. The NBA playoffs , in general, have been a series of blowouts and stale games that have left fans heading for the exit gates early. "He's done that throughout his career, so we'll see what type of adjustments they make". Read More »

Police Name Two Of The Terrorists In London Bridge Attack


Officers arrested him in the early hours of Wednesday in the eastern London suburb of Ilford, near Barking, where two of the assailants lived. They said Butt, who was 27, was a Pakistan-born British national known to MI5. Mayor of London Sadiq Khan and Metropolitan Police Commissioner Cressida Dick speak at the scene of the attack on London Bridge . The Telegraph and other news outlets reported that Archibald was struck by the van driven by the attackers and died in her fiancé's ... Read More »