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Donald Trump's son in law under investigation in Russian probe


The top Democrat on the House Intelligence Committee said Thursday that the United Kingdom has "every right to be furious" and called for immediate action to remedy the USA leaks information about the Manchester bombing investigation. The leaders of the U.S. Senate Intelligence Committee said on Tuesday they would subpoena two of Flynn's businesses after he declined to hand over documents in its separate Russian Federation probe. Read More »

Kansas House approves school aid plan some call insufficient

Although the capitol hallways are quiet there are a few legislators around. The Senate's changes to House Bill 107 would have raised the state's consumer sales tax to 7.25 percent in exchange for reductions to personal income tax rates. "We're negotiating. It's too early", Sen. The jigsaw puzzle has left McConnell expressing rare bouts of public pessimism about such a big piece of legislation, something he campaigned on himself in his 2014 reelection - repealing and replacing Obamacare. Read More »

They said we had a bad season but we have three trophies

Why is Mourinho so good at winning finals? "There are lots of poets in football , but poets, they don't win many titles". Manchester - we won for them. The experienced attacker has not featured as prominently for United since the arrival of Jose Mourinho and has been heavily linked with a move away in recent months. Read More »

Trumpcare would lower deficit, leave 14 million uninsured

Some 14 million fewer people would qualify for Medicaid in 2026, the same number as in CBO's original assessment. Eventually, CBO and JCT estimate, those premiums [for less healthy people or those with preexisting medical conditions] would be so high in some areas that the plans would have no enrollment. Read More »

Israeli joy at Trump visit, but substance lacking

Donald Trump on Tuesday arrived in Rome for a high-profile meeting with Pope Francis in what was his first official trip to Europe since becoming US President. Trump mentioned an agreement with Saudi Arabia "that will invest nearly $400 billion in our two countries and create many thousands of jobs in America and Saudi Arabia ". Read More »

Tillerson to visit United Kingdom amid anger over leaks

The name of the man arrested in the early hours Friday and those of the seven others in custody were not released. The campaigns are expected to get underway again on Friday. He also said searches of premises revealed "items" which are "very important" to the investigation. They included five children at the Royal Manchester Children's Hospital. Read More »

Lawyer: Jared Kushner willing to answer questions on Russian meetings


Congress must conduct vigorous oversight over the FBI's investigation into the Trump campaign's collusion with Russian Federation to ensure the White House does not impede the work of FBI investigators. Trump fired Comey May 9 amid questions about the FBI's investigation. Former CIA Director John Brennan says he warned Russia against meddling in the presidential election during a call to the head of the Russian intelligence service on August 4. Read More »

Guardiola hails referee Madley for disallowing Mahrez penalty

Riyad Mahrez thought he had snatched Leicester a point, but his 77th-minute penalty was disallowed after he slipped and kicked the ball against his standing foot prior to scoring. They defended so well and play on the counter-attack with good players up front. They have 72 points to Liverpool's 70 with both sides having two games to play. Read More »

Top Russians discussed how to influence Trump aides, say United States officials

He also made clear the Federal Bureau of Investigation probe launched in July past year into Russian hacking of Democratic Party communications, was already pursuing possible Trump campaign collusion with Moscow. This week Flynn refused to comply with a Senate Intelligence Committee subpoena for documents, claiming his constitutional right against self-incrimination. Read More »

Manchester Arena bomber's father 'was in a militant group'

Hours before his deadly assault, he had phoned his mother and said "forgive me", according to a Libyan anti-terror official. Fearing that another attack could be imminent, the United Kingdom government announced on Tuesday that it had raised the country's terror alert to the highest " critical " threat level. Read More »

Polls Close in Montana's Suddenly Famous Special Congressional Election

Like a third of eligible voters in Montana , advertising executive Cailley Tonn of Bozeman had already mailed in her absentee ballot when the melee occurred at Gianforte's campaign headquarters. It contends he "aggressively shoved a recorder in Greg's face and began asking badgering questions" before being asked to leave. Jacob grabbed Greg's wrist, spun away from Greg, pushing them both to the ground. Read More »

GOP holds off increase size of school aid plan

Senate leaders are positioning themselves for a Congressional Budget Office report that will assess the impact the House-approved health care bill would have on insurance coverage and consumers' costs. For GOP senators holding private meetings to sketch out their own legislation, its figures could serve as a starting point as they consider changing the House's Medicaid cuts, tax credits and other policies. Read More »

Manchester United Became the UEFA Europa League Champion

We knew where we were better than them. We defended well, we scored in important moments, we showed how to play a final. "But they are not an exciting team". Mkhitaryan then flicked the ball home early in the second half following a corner and, with chants of "Manchester, Manchester" echoing around the stadium, United held on to win the one European trophy missing from the Old Trafford cabinet. Read More »

Mertesacker to make most of unexpected Cup final chance


Nevertheless, the Gunners will still be aiming to end the campaign on a high by beating their bitter London rivals to win the FA Cup on Saturday afternoon at Wembley . "It is important but it's not everything". "The Arsenal defender was sent off for serious foul play during the game against Everton on Sunday (21 May 2017)". Read More »

British police make tenth arrest in connection to Manchester bombing

The decision to stop sharing police information with U.S. agencies was an extraordinary step as Britain sees the United States as its closest ally on security and intelligence. leaks, tweeting that he had complained to the acting USA ambassador and "was assured they would stop". "The recent attack in Manchester in the United Kingdom demonstrates the depths of the evil we face with terrorism", USA president Donald Trump said. Read More »

Manchester United outclass Ajax to win Europa League

World record signing Pogba opened the scoring in the 18th minute as United won the ball after an Ajax throw-in, the Frenchman's shot taking a wicked deflection to wrong-foot goalkeeper Andre Onana and fly into the net. Mourinho, meanwhile, made no apologies for his tactics, remarking: "There are lots of poets in football but poets don't win many titles". David Beckham said United's 2-0 victory over the Dutch team "brought a little happiness at a hard time". Read More »

Melania Trump Appears To Avoid Holding Donald's Hand Again

Mr Trump and Mr Abbas. Trump said that he arrived in Israel directly from Saudi Arabia, where his meetings with King Salman and Arab leaders inspired him with hopes. In Bethlehem, Trump nodded to Israeli complaints of payments by the Palestinian Authority to families of Palestinians jailed in Israel and those killed in attacks on Israelis. Read More »

AT&T workers go on three-day strike

In the months that followed, that jobs report was revised down to say that just 24,000 jobs were added in May of previous year. "We are not engaged in a productive exchange here". AT&T is the largest telecommunications company in the country with $164 billion in sales and 135 million wireless customers nationwide. The strike is expected to end Sunday evening, with workers returning to the job Monday. Read More »

Donald Trump shoves North Atlantic Treaty Organisation leader aside

After meeting with Trump on Thursday at the EU, European Council president Donald Tusk said he and the USA president agreed on the need to combat terrorism but some differences loomed large. Markovic is brushing off the incident, according to the Associated Press , and he said that it was only "natural" that Trump be in the front row. Read More »

'Surreal': Guardian Reporter Who Says He Was Body-Slammed Recounts


Gianforte and Democrat Rob Quist are seeking to fill the U.S. House seat left vacant when Ryan Zinke resigned to join Trump's Cabinet as secretary of the Interior Department. The Guardian is a British liberal newspaper that opened a USA edition 10 years ago. About a third of eligible voters in Montana had already cast their ballots in early voting, and others said it didn't influence their vote. Read More »

Manchester Arena blast: what we know so far


Ramadan Abedi said he spoke to his 22-year-old son five days ago and he was getting ready to visit Saudi Arabia and sounded "normal". Leading U.K. security officials, who spoke to POLITICO on the basis of anonymity, said Britain would look to North Atlantic Treaty Organisation to fill the gap if it was unable to remain involved, in some form, in the EU's Commons Security and Defense Policy. Read More »

Father and brother of alleged bomber detained in Libya


She said he had been known to security forces "up to a point". The first arrest made in Britain on Tuesday was reported by British and US media to be Abedi's older brother. "We recite Qur'an, but not that". He said Salman visited Libya a month and a half ago and only returned to Manchester after winning a cheap ticket to Umrah. Read More »

Britain resumes data sharing with USA after 'assurances' over leaks

In a statement issued shortly before the photo at the Brussels summit, Trump had condemned the leaks as " deeply troubling " and pledged a Department of Justice investigation into the matter. Trump, traveling in Brussels for a North Atlantic Treaty Organisation summit, called the leaks out of his administration "a grave threat to our national security". Read More »

Trump says intelligence leaks deeply troubling


Seven other men are in custody in connection with Monday's blast, all are being held on suspicion of offenses violating the Terrorism Act. Images obtained by The New York Times newspaper showed a detonator Abedi was said to have carried in his left hand, shrapnel including nuts and screws and the shredded remains of a blue backpack. Read More »

Arsenal must stop Hazard in FA Cup final, says Ramsey

Marcos Alonso and Victor Moses add the width. 'To go to such stadiums, to play in these big occasions, it's something you've dreamt of as a little kid. Zouma says chelsea are no longer in a party mood, as they are focused on Saturday's London derby at Wembley. " Arsenal don't usually play a cancelling out game". Read More »

Stoltenberg: NATO to become part of US-led coalition against Daesh

Bains said Trump's win likely caught the Liberals off guard, forcing them to take additional time to regroup. Despite a collective gasp from the media and the foreign policy community in Washington and in Brussels after the shaming, and after he opted not to explicitly back the alliance's collective defense clause when he dedicated a memorial to it before the dinner began, NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg defended the president. Read More »

Iran shrugs off Trump threats, missile tests to carry on

Rouhani said that Iranians are "waiting for this government to become stable intellectually" and that "hopefully, things will settle we could pass more accurate judgments". He met with Israeli President Reuven Rivlin in Jerusalem and said in a statement after the meeting that Israel and Muslim nations have a growing realization that they share a "common cause" of combating "the threat posed by Iran". Read More »

Israeli Army Radio: Saudi persuaded Trump to postpone embassy move

The paper said that US President Donald Trump's plan for Palestinian-Israeli peace assumes normalization of relations between the Arab states and Israel as a prelude to peace. He posted a photo of former President Barack Obama and former first lady Michelle Obama from 2015. "Big, big, attractive difference", Trump said to loud applause from his audience, which included members of Netanyahu's Cabinet and other officials. Read More »

Chinese go champion begins 2nd game against computer


The first game in competition lasted about 4.5 hours. The event Schmidt's presiding over is held at the same venue the government hosts its annual World Internet Conference, to promote its own perspectives on the web. Players take turns putting white or black stones on a rectangular grid with 361 intersections, trying to surround larger areas of the board while also capturing each other's pieces. Read More »

Manchester bomb: Security services 'repeatedly missed opportunities to stop killer Salman Abedi'


The father of suspected Manchester suicide bomber Salman Abedi was once part of a Libyan militant group with alleged ties to Al-Qaeda, a Libyan security source said today. Where former SOIs show sufficient risk of re-engaging in terrorism, MI5 can consider reopening the investigation, but this process inevitably relies on hard professional judgments based on partial information". Read More »

Tens of thousands gather in Jerusalem to celebrate 50th anniversary of reunification

Before the US president touched down in Israel, however, his coming visit was marred when Secretary of State Rex Tillerson told reporters the USA delegation was heading to " Tel Aviv , home of Judaism". policy shift. Netanyahu, for his part, got his government to approve a series of modest gestures to ease conditions for the Palestinians in the West Bank on the eve of Trump's visit. Read More »