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Grenfell Tower Fire Victim Count Increases, Police Investigate Possible Crimes

The cause of Wednesday's blaze is still under investigation, but anger has mounted in the community amid reports that exterior panelling used in an extensive renovation completed a year ago may have been banned by United Kingdom rules. An apartment inside Grenfell Tower in north Kensington is seen after the blaze. Residents will be given £500 in cash followed by a bank payment for the rest f... [Full Article...]

Syria brings new urgency to easing US-Russia tensions

With the skies over Syria growing increasingly crowded, a statement from the Australian Defense Department released in the capital, Canberra, said that "Australian Defense Force protection is regularly reviewed in response to a range of potential threats". [Full Article...]

Almost half of Canadians to develop cancer in their lifetimes: Cancer Society

Almost half of Canadians to develop cancer in their lifetimes: Cancer Society Overall, lung cancer continues to be the most prevalent cancer in Canada, accounting for 14 per cent of all new diagnoses. The society says one in four will die from the disease, including an estimated 80,800 people nationwide in 2017. Telfer's optimism is also supported by the report from the Canadian Cancer Society. In Alberta, cancer is expected to claim the lives of 6,800 people this year, s... [Full Article...]

Mo Brook's name found on hit list of Congressional baseball shooter

The gunman was believed to have harbored unfavorable views toward Republicans at large, including President Donald Trump. Brooks tells CNN that he was contacted by Capitol Police and told his name and office number were on the list. Democratic and Republican lawmakers have roundly condemned Hodgkinson's actions and called for a moment of unity immeidately after the shooting. He was also a volunt... [Full Article...]

EU negotiator says sides agree Brexit must be orderly

EU negotiator says sides agree Brexit must be orderly Liberal Democrat Treasury spokesman Sir Vince Cable said: "The Chancellor stated that British exporters need arrangements as close as possible to the ones they now enjoy". Having lost a majority in parliament, May needs the DUP's 10 lawmakers to win any kind of vote, including on the pieces of legislation needed to enact Britain's divorce from the EU. [Full Article...]

W2W4: Best bets for second half of US Open

Only eight shots separate the leaders from the players who made the cut on the number. He became the third defending U.S. Open champion to miss the cut in the last six years, and has now missed the weekend in the last three majors. Koepka - a graduate of Cardinal Newman High School in West Palm Beach - is one of those players that the smart guys like to put in their fantasy league. [Full Article...]

Jon Ossoff and Karen Handel face off in Georgia special election

Jon Ossoff and Karen Handel face off in Georgia special election Voters will choose either Karen Handel and Jon Ossoff to present metro Atlanta's 6th district in Congress. Ossoff's campaign has been a testing ground for Democrats' hopes that Trump's unpopularity will allow them to compete for GOP-held seats in suburban areas across America. [Full Article...]

Hike adds wallet, UPI payment features to messaging platform

Hike adds wallet, UPI payment features to messaging platform Users can send these to friends or family on special occasions and add personalised messages. It works on a first come first serve basis and a Blue Packet when sent expires in 24 hours! Speaking about the Hike Wallet feature, it allows users to transfer instantly to any bank in the country. [Full Article...]

Recording: Woman brandished shears in past police encounter

Noting that the four-year-old girl had Down's syndrome and could not understand the situation, Cockerhern said he wanted justice for Lyles and her children. Lyles' family says the shooting was unnecessary and that Lyles suffered from mental health issues. The department said Sunday that though this was a typical burglary report, "two officers were required due to information pertaining ... [Full Article...]

Hundreds march against Islamic Shariah law in US-wide protests

Hundreds march against Islamic Shariah law in US-wide protests Tensions boiled over at an Anti-Sharia Law protest in East Orlando on Saturday morning, when protesters and counter-protesters clashed on several occasions forcing Orange County Sheriff's Deputies to get involved in order to keep the peace. [Full Article...]

Republicans exploit Congressional baseball shooting in Georgia special election

Republicans exploit Congressional baseball shooting in Georgia special election In Montana on May 25, Greg Gianforte, a Republican who was charged with assaulting a reporter the night before the election, nevertheless won the seat vacated by Rep. "The Dems want to stop tax cuts, good health care and Border Security". What Carver did not mention is that a minority party in Congress obstructing (and loudly disagreeing) with a president of an opposing party is nothing new-in f... [Full Article...]

Yoga just as good for back pain as physical therapy

Yoga just as good for back pain as physical therapy Robert Saper, Integrative Medicine Director at Boston Medical Center found that performing yoga weekly helped people to manage pain nearly as much as physical therapy allowing people to resume normal active lives. At the start of the study, participants reported - on average - moderate to severe functional impairment and pain. For patients doing yoga, their pain intensity went down and was more ph... [Full Article...]

Trump's son-in-law may get new legal counsel

Trump's son-in-law may get new legal counsel Sen. Richard Blumenthal, a Democrat on the committee, said Monday on CNN's "Erin Burnett OutFront" that "obstruction of justice has to be included" in the investigation, and critiqued Jay Sekulow , a lawyer for Trump who has dismissed the idea the President could have obstructed justice by firing Comey. [Full Article...]

Iran arrests 7 suspects linked to Tehran attacks

Iran arrests 7 suspects linked to Tehran attacks As thousands of Iranians attended a funeral for the victims, Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei said Wednesday's attacks would only increase hate for the US and Saudi governments, according to state media. The Islamic State group claimed responsibility for Wednesday's attacks. Last August, the government announced it had executed a number of Kurdish Islamic extremists from a group known as ... [Full Article...]

London mosque attack suspect named by British media

Neighbour Khadijeh Sherizi said: "I saw him on the news and I thought "oh my God, that is my neighbour". "It is a tragic and barbaric terrorist attack ". It will assign more police in the London area. "These are the values that define this city", she said later outside Downing Street . The sisters said they were terrified as they waited to hear from family members who had been at the mosqu... [Full Article...]

Mueller, Rosenstein May Have to Recuse Themselves in Trump Investigation, Prof Says

President Trump's lawyer pushing back from Trump's tweet Friday saying "I am being investigated for firing the Federal Bureau of Investigation director, witch hunt ". They were obviously not in the know which suggests that either someone fed the Post disinformation or the newspaper didn't care if its report was accurate. [Full Article...]

Senate Dems Will 'Grind Chamber to a Halt' Over GOP Healthcare Bill

The late-night speeches, which are being organized by Sen. And if this bill isn't passed by that point, he's fearful that those senators' constituents will lose their minds screaming about how awful this is, and Mitchyboy will lose some of his votes. [Full Article...]

Trump lawyer defends his use of social media

Initially, the hearing was supposed to be private and only between the committee and the Attorney General, but it was later revealed that Sessions wanted to have the hearing before the public because it was "important for the American people to hear the truth directly from him ". [Full Article...]

Deadly heat waves becoming more common due to climate change

Deadly heat waves becoming more common due to climate change Indonesia and the Philippines, northern Brazil and Venezuela, Sri Lanka and southern India, Nigeria and most of west Africa, and northern Australia - all of these regions will face more than 300 potentially lethal heat wave days each year under the business-as-usual emissions trajectory, known as RCP 8.5. [Full Article...]

How anxious are you about losing health care?

How anxious are you about losing health care? The counties of Lemhi, Adams, Lewis, Custer, Clearwater, Idaho, Clark, Boise, Butte and Madison have the highest percentage of children who receive Medicaid or are covered under the Children's Health Insurance Plan , with the numbers ranging from 53 to 46 percent. [Full Article...]


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