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Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny 'arrested on way to protest'


Russian liberal opposition leader and anti-corruption blogger Alexei Navalny has called his supporters to hold a protest in Tverskaya Street, which leads to the Kremlin, instead of the authorised by Moscow officials Sakharov avenue. Tverskaya Street was full of families marking Russia Day with entertainers in historical costumes. After the detentions, the protest appeared to be breaking up, but some demonstrators remained. Read More »

Trump on healthcare plan, infrastructure: 'The Democrats are really in our way'

President Donald Trump says it's time for the start investing more to improve the country's aging infrastructure. "I met with communities that were desperate for new roads and new bridges", Trump said. In excerpts of his remarks released by the White House, Trump is expected to say that inland waterways are critical to commerce, but now depend on a dilapidated system. Read More »

Bill stops tax credits for those in United States illegally

That's the headline of a terrific piece published Monday night by Roll Call's Joe Williams detailing the fact that very few Republican senators even know what is in the bill that, according to Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell , is expected to be voted on by the Senate before the July 4 recess. Read More »

Harry Kane hails "fantastic" England character


And we managed to do that. Southgate said: "People have said to me there were a lack of leaders in the team and I don't see that to be the case". "I'm sure he'll be disappointed to concede any goal". "I think it's a huge moment for the team", said Southgate, who took his squad to a military training camp on a team-building exercise last week. "Standing up to it". Read More »

Trump dodges tapes question, denies seeking Comey 'loyalty'

Trump, through his comments, has limited his lawyer's maneuvering room. As of Friday, of the 410 Trump statements PolitiFact has analyzed since he entered the race in 2015 through this week, a full 69 percent are rated "mostly false", "false", or "pants on fire". Read More »

Trump accuses Comey of lying, offers to talk to Special Counsel

Comey also said in his testimony that Trump asked for his "loyalty" during a dinner in January, but Trump insisted this was also untrue. "He should voluntarily turn them over not only to the Senate Intelligence Committee , but to the special counsel, " Collins told Brianna Keilar on CNN's "State of the Union". Read More »

Fellow Republicans press Donald Trump about Comey tapes

Former FBI Director James Comey testifying before the Senate Intelligence Commitee on June 8. President Donald Trump surprisingly refrained from tweeting during James Comey's testimony. Comey was testifying about whether Trump had possibly obstructed justice by asking Comey to stop an investigation into ties between Trump's former national security advisor Mike Flynn and Russian Federation. Read More »

It's Jeff Sessions' turn in the hot seat


Democrats pressed Sessions repeatedly to say if he had discussed Russian Federation and Comey with Mr. Trump , but didn't get very far about those conversations between Sessions and the President. Later however, Sessions appeared to raise the prospect that the meeting may have occurred and he had simply forgotten it. Angus King (I-ME). FLAG: Sessions says he has *never* received a detailed briefing on Russian election interference, *never* sought out a briefing. Read More »

General Election: Labour continuing to close gap on Tories new poll shows

Though Labour is still behind the Conservatives in the opinion polls it has closed the gap dramatically with just over one week to go. Miliband, who hit back at claims his successor is untenable as party leader, claimed he "doesn't know why" Theresa May is running for election, and described her as "weak and wobbly". Read More »

Mattis: White House Will Deliver New Afghanistan Strategy to Congress Next Month


The United States is not winning in Afghanistan , U.S. Defense Secretary Jim Mattis told Congress on Tuesday, saying he was crafting a new strategy to brief lawmakers about by mid-July. "You can't expect a stable budget if you don't give us a strategy". But the US military faces a further near-term challenge , he said. Lawmakers repeatedly asked Mr Mattis for an update on Afghanistan, and about whether Mr Trump will deploy thousands more troops to help Afghan partners reverse a ... Read More »

Pakistani PM hopes for swift solution to crisis over Qatar

While expressing solidarity with Saudi Arabia , Sharif said the Gulf kingdom has a very special place in the hearts of Pakistanis. But al Thani disputed that Monday, saying that "if the problem is Iran , why have those measures been taken against Qatar , why not taken against Iran?" "We have legal channels to object to this", he said. Read More »

North Korea says leader Kim supervised test of new anti-ship missiles

The missile was believed to be a Scud-class ballistic missile and flew about 450 km (280 miles), South Korean officials said . Those "concerned countries" should "make joint efforts to ease tensions and work toward regional stability", Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Hua Chunying said in a briefing at which he did not elaborate on what measure his government was taking as the sole nation in the world with leverage over the North Korean regime. Read More »

Kremlin critic Navalny jailed, hundreds arrested at anti-Putin protests

Russian state media ignored the protests. Tochenaya, who visited Moscow in advance of the protests and met with Navalny, the opposition leader, said she wasn't anxious about another arrest. Protesters managed to circumvent the makeshift blockade, and there were reports Monday that the city had relented at the last minute and agreed to allow the protest march on the main boulevard. Read More »

Sanders congratulates UK's Corbyn on election results

May sought permission Friday from head of state Queen Elizabeth II to form a minority government , supported by Northern Ireland s Democratic Unionist Party ( DUP ). Some top Tories are also unhappy that Mrs May has turned to the Democratic Unionist Party - which opposes gay marriage - to prop up the Tories in the Commons. Read More »

Sessions denies 'false and scurrilous allegations'

Sessions denied any collusion with Russian Federation to meddle in the USA presidential election, saying the accusations are "scurrilous", "appalling", "detestable". Wyden asked Sessions what problematic issues existed. Wyden . There are none. Sessions bristled at Wyden , telling the OR senator people are suggesting through innuendo he has not been honest. Read More »

France fans sing 'God Save the Queen' following attacks in England


The Burnley No.1 will make his first England start in the Pairs friendly before Stoke City's Jack Butland takes on the goalkeeping duties for the second half. Olivier Giroud , with six goals in four games for France prior to this match, thought he had equalized with a spectacular volley, only for the effort to be ruled out for offside. Read More »

Will Trump block Comey testimony? White House does not know yet


Mr. Trump said in one post , shortly after The New York Times reported the request for the loyalty pledge. Mr Comey is widely expected to be asked about conversations in which the President reportedly pressured him to drop an investigation into his former national security adviser Michael Flynn, whose ties to Russian Federation are under scrutiny. Read More »

Wisconsin's Stricker happy Open is at home

In the closing round previous year at Royal Troon, Mickelson and Stenson combined for 14 birdies, an eagle and 19 pars, and Stenson won by three shots with a closing score of 20-under par. "A close friend of mine winning a tournament motivates me". And great wedge players will do well, and that's also what I've focused on a little bit this year, to lift the standard of that so I'm able to contend. Read More »

Warriors 129, Cavs 120: Player ratings

During the five-game NBA Finals series between the Golden State Warriors and the Cleveland Cavaliers , Klay Thompson showed flashes of his scoring brilliance that was akin to his electric performances back in the Warriors' championship run in 2014-15. Read More »

AAP demands Shivraj's scalp over MP farmers' deaths

After calling off his indefinite fast on Sunday, Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister (CM) Shivraj Singh Chouhan assured that the Mandaur incident will be investigated in-depth, culprits will be identified and would not be spared. Chouhan started his fast on Saturday in the wake of violence that marred the farmers' protest from June 1, launched to press their demand for debt waiver and better prices for farm produce. Read More »

Philippines says Islamic State controls 20% of besieged city

Speaking in Tokyo last week, Cayetano told the Nikkei Asian Review that worldwide cooperation was needed to end the siege in Marawi . Fierce fighting in the city has left a total of 58 soldiers and police and more than 20 civilians dead, according to the military which estimates that nearly 200 jihadists have been killed. Read More »

'An Appalling and Detestable Lie': Sessions Blasts Suggestions of Russian Collusion

During a highly-anticipated Senate Intelligence Committee hearing, the New Mexico Democrat confronted Sessions about his refusal to reveal non-classified conversations with the president after Sessions dodged a question about whether Trump expressed dissatisfaction over Sessions' recusal from the investigation into Russia's interference in the 2016 election. Read More »

The Hyundai Kona has arrived


Hyundai Motor on June 13 said it plans to release an electric version of the new Kona compact SUV in the first half of next year. This stylish new entry into the subcompact SUV segment shows a lot of promise. While the Hyundai Kona SUV has been specifically designed for the United States and the European markets, there is a chance that the carmaker might consider bringing the vehicle to India, given the incentives for small cars less than 4 metres in length might no longer be relevant ... Read More »

President Trump: James Comey Leak Was 'Very Cowardly'

In his first public in-person comments since the hearing, Trump summed up Comey's almost three-hour testimony before the Senate Intelligence Committee in seven words: "No collusion, no obstruction - he's a leaker". Here is what former FBI Director James Comey had to say to the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence . "I'll tell you about that maybe sometime in the near future", he told the press . Read More »

Trump tells senators House health bill 'mean'


That is what I am saying", Trump said . "That might mean adding additional money into it". "We are going to come out with a real bill, not Obamacare". Rob Portman of Ohio, Lisa Murkowski of Alaska and Susan Collins of ME, and conservatives like Sens . Some Republican senators are pushing to wind down the Medicaid expansion funding more slowly. Read More »

DUP leader slams 'hyperbole' over gay rights policy


A stream of senior lawmakers entered May's 10 Downing St. office Sunday afternoon, to learn what roles they had been given in government. Her shift on Brexit could be forgiven as recognition of the requirement of a pragmatic position in a scenario she could not change, but there is no benefit of the doubt to be given over her about-turns on holding an election, and the so-called dementia tax. Read More »

Louisiana rated 48th among states in Kids Count rankings


A New Mexico profile is attached separately. "As parental employment improves, we begin to see improvements in other indicators of economic well-being". Alabama improved several points in each case. Arizona saw the number of children living in poverty inch up along with the number of children living in single-parent families. Read More »

UK's Theresa May holds talks to seal government alliance


However frustrating this waiting period might be for Barnier, he should be prepared for it to last a little longer. Termed as one-issue election by May who projected herself as the only leader capable of leading Britain through the divorce from European Union , it went much beyond Brexit - healthcare (NHS), pensions, jobs, housing crisis, education and falling living standards - though concerns about a hard Brexit had an impact on the election's outcome. Read More »