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1 killed, 2 injured in shooting at Israeli embassy

Jordan is now refusing to allow the wounded guard to leave for Israel, despite his diplomatic immunity. A police statement said the man was shot. Although the Mashaal affair could be seen as more serious because it was clearly an Israeli initiative, Ben David said the embassy incident might be more serious since two Jordanians are dead, whereas Mashaal was saved by Ben David's antidote. Read More »

What Trump's team is saying on pardons


The latest attendee to emerge is a man who works for a Russian oligarch. Collins said the Senate Intelligence Committee will follow any credible allegation in its investigation but so far it is not clear whether the allegation is credible. Read More »

After 32-years, Microsoft To End Support For Paint

Windows released an updated spinoff of its original program called Paint 3D previous year, which incorporated elements of the original program combined with another program 3D Builder . While it's not in the removed camp, Paint has been branded by the "depreceated" brush, meaning that it's likely to be canned in a sunsequent iteration of Windows. Read More »

England women Beats Indian by 9 runs


She had a good spell, scoring 51 off 80 balls but she fell to Alex Hartley with Beaumont taking her wicket . We know the pressure we play world cup finals with and that came to help us today. West Indies were the only team to be dismissed under 50 runs in the recently concluded Women's World Cup . But from there on, it was all about India as Punam Raut struck a magnificent half-century to take Women in Blue closer to the target. Read More »

How Anthony Scaramucci Is Revamping The White House Press Office


Trump's tweets , and Scaramucci's defense of them, follow a report Thursday by The Washington Post citing sources that said Trump has asked his legal advisers about his authority to pardon aides, family members and himself as the Justice Department presses ahead with its probe into the Trump campaign's ties with Russian Federation. Read More »

Trump warns of 'repercussions' of healthcare failure


Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell postponed consideration of a GOP bill again this week after it fell short of the number of votes needed to pass. Additionally, she cited a provision in the House-passed healthcare overhaul known as the "Buffalo Bailout" because it permitted the federal government to redirect how it would disperse Medicaid funds specifically in NY. Read More »

CBO: 22M would lose insurance under GOP health care bill


He needs 50 senators to vote "yes" on a motion to proceed to the bill. McConnell is focused first on getting the votes he needs to clear a critical, procedural hurdle to begin debating any health care legislation. That's because Republican Sen. John McCain announced he would undergoing surgery and away from Washington this week. "I intend to keep my promise and I know you will too", he added . Read More »

Health care bill set for vote faces uphill climb


Until that changes, Republicans can expect their efforts to address the USA health care system to end badly. The votes right now aren't there for anything, including the motion to proceed . The consensus favorite at any given time is fluid. The Senate is slated to take a procedural vote to repeal Obamacare next week, despite GOP lawmakers' uncertainty on what the final legislation is going to look like. Read More »

As the Russia Investigation Heightens, Trump Suggests Pardoning Himself


Trump has long criticized leaks about the investigation and has urged authorities to prosecute leakers. Franken said , " Jeff Sessions saying that he had not met with Russians during the campaign". "We serve him right now", Sessions said. White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders on Thursday said Trump "clearly" has confidence in Sessions "or he would not be the attorney general". Read More »

UN Security Council to Have Emergency Meeting on Israel, Palestinians


A video posted on social media by the video agency Ruptly showed a group of young men laying an Israeli flag on the street and enthusiastically stomping on it while a small contingent of police tried to push them away. Al Jazeera, the independent news channel in the Arab world, reported that following the incident, Israeli police cleared the Al-Aqsa Mosque and closed it to the public. Read More »

Jordan Spieth completes remarkable home run to win Open

Spieth built up more momentum from there, going birdie, eagle, birdie, birdie and hitting par on the 18th hole. The young Texan was in the midst of a monumental collapse Sunday in the 146th British Open that was reminiscent of the calamity he produced in the 2016 Masters, when he blew a five-shot lead with nine holes to play. Read More »

Trump slams Washington Post, others in Twitter rant


Lawyer Jay Sekulow was talking to reporters after an appearance at the Western Conservative Summit in Denver on Saturday. Two days after reports that President Donald Trump had been asking his advisers about the extent of his presidential pardon powers emerged, the president took to Twitter in one of his characteristic early-morning tweetstorms to assert his "complete power to pardon". Read More »

Three Palestinians killed in soaring Jerusalem violence

After it began in East Jerusalem , the clashes have spread to the occupied west bank where, according to the israeli army, 3000 Palestinians gathered in several points, the most violent fighting taking place in Qalandya near Ramallah, and in Hebron, in the south of the palestinian territory. Read More »

Chelsea a step ahead of Arsenal


He is young and can improve a lot. "You have to be completely 100 per cent committed and they paid for every mistake". Chelsea have made contact with Inter Milan over the signing of Antonio Candreva and the £23m-rated winger is keen on making a move to west London , according to a report in the Express . Read More »

The Open: Branden Grace shoots 62 to make golf history

Japan's world number two Hideki Matsuyama and Branden Grace of South Africa are both four-under with the latter fresh from becoming the first player ever to shoot a round of 62 in a major championship on Saturday. Grace, who made the cut by one shot, finished at 4-under 206. He's led going into Sunday in five majors, and he's won with the Sunday lead in eight of 13 tournaments overall. Read More »

British Open: Spieth takes 3-shot lead into final round

Grace added: "It's special, it really is". Kuchar felt a similar sentiment. "It was just a neat moment", Kuchar said. Beginning the day 10 strokes adrift of Spieth, Grace rolled in from 15ft at the first and followed a birdie at the fourth with a two-putt gain at the par-five next. Read More »

Chris Froome Set To Win His Fourth Tour De France Title Sunday


Australian Michael Matthews's versatility earned him the green jersey for the points classification , helped by the fact that world champion Peter Sagan was kicked out of the race after elbowing Mark Cavendish in a sprint finish. The Team Sky rider could not capture yesterday's individual time trial through the streets of Marseille , making him only the Tour's seventh outright victor without a single stage victory en route to Paris. Read More »

Blues make loan offer for Sissoko


The outgoings shows Kyle Walker , Nabil Bentaleb, Clinton N'Jie, Federico Fazio and Pau Lopez all heading for pastures new. After all, it only behooves Tottenham to complete tours of North American cities outside of the New York region to reward a fan base that has spread rapidly throughout the United States over the past decade or so. Read More »

Comic Con trailer for 'Justice League' reveals new info


Other upcoming DCEU films in various stages of development include Aquaman , Shazam , The Flash , Suicide Squad 2, Wonder Woman 2 , The Batman , Cyborg , Batgirl , Black Adam , Green Lantern Corps, and Justice League Dark. Well, the trailer starts off with that. By far the showiest moment comes when we see Ciaran Hinds' Steppenwolf drop down onto Themyscira and begin battling with the Amazonians. Read More »

Israel 'prepared to remove metal detectors' at Jerusalem holy site


They are placed there as a result of acts of terrorism such as those practiced daily by Palestinians whipped up by the indoctrination and incitement of their political and religious leaders. But after consultations with security chiefs and members of his security cabinet, Netanyahu decided not to order them removed. Israel tightened its grip on the compound on July 14 after two Israeli security officers were killed in an alleged attack by three Palestinians, who were themselves killed by ... Read More »

Could President Trump really pardon himself?


Just 8% of Democrats approved of Trump's job performance during the second quarter, but 85% of Republicans did. In a joint statement, Sens. Intelligence agencies think Russian Federation tried to help Mr Trump to power. "The fact is that the president is concerned about conflicts that exist within the special counsel's office and any changes in the scope of the investigation", one of Trump's lawyers, Jay Sekulow , explained earlier this week. Read More »

New White House communications director was heard bashing Trump


Spicer huddled with White House staff near, or possibly among, some shadowy bushes for a few minutes on the chaotic day Trump abruptly fired Federal Bureau of Investigation director James Comey. Repealing Obamacare was one of Trump's central campaign promises, but some moderate Republicans are anxious that it would leave millions of low-income Americans without medical coverage. Read More »

Russia Investigation Focusing On Trump Finances


The Justice Department appointed Mueller to lead the investigation of ties and possible collusion between the Trump campaign and Russian Federation after the president fired the man who had been leading the probe, FBI Director James Comey . Read More »

Trump urges people to call senators on healthcare


Paul, a vocal opponent of BCRA, said this week it was "a great step forward that we plan to take up the 2015 repeal bill instead". Sign up for free news alerts from, America's independent news network. All that changed when Trump pulled off his remarkable electoral feat, winning rust belt states that hadn't been in play for Republican presidential candidates in decades. Read More »

SDCC 2017: STRANGER THINGS Season 2 Trailer!


Warning: This post contains spoilers for Stranger Things . You can see the trailer here. Whoo hoo!it definitely looks like the show's creators, the Duffer brothers, have lived up to claims of making this season even darker and more horrific. Read More »

UAE official: Qatar must change its ways as part of talks


Doha denies the charges. Qatar has maintained its emir never made the remarks and that hackers planted the quotes. The planning for the hacking of Qatar News Agency ( QNA ) started as early as April. "There are principles, and there are tools (among the 13 demands )", the ambassador said, implying some may be negotiable. On the Middle East peace process, Al-Jubeir said everyone knows what the settlement should be: Two states for two peoples, with East Jerusalem as the Palestinian ... Read More »

Can we just not with the 'bathroom' bill — TEXAS VIEW


The bills also would prohibit cities and counties from requiring transgender-friendly bathrooms and ban schools from allowing transgender athletes to compete in athletic events that match their gender identity. "How would you prove you are female?" Others noted that the bill did not account for those born intersex, meaning a combination of both male and female reproductive organs. Read More »

Trump Sensed Dossier Threat From James Comey


Rosenstein is from Philadelphia and lived in Bethesda while he worked in Baltimore. He later took a seat on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit after becoming a resident of Maryland. The president has repeatedly told those close to him that he fears there is a movement underway, fueled in part by Comey, Rosenstein and potentially Mueller, to discredit his presidency. Read More »

What President Trump Doesn't Get About Republicans in Baltimore

Mr Trump repeated his claims in the interview with the New York Times that he was not under investigation as part of the probe. For this, Trump said the Attorney General was "very unfair to the President". So could President Trump - or any future president - grant a self-pardon? There is no denying the the Trump Presidency is in a bad place right now. Read More »