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Donald Trump continues to build 2020 re-election war chest


But the Trump campaign's bottom line has grown ever since Trump technically filed for re-election and began raising money for itself on January 20, 2017 - the day of the president's inauguration. The three committees also continued spending on legal fees, including paying firms that are representing the Trump campaign and its associates in investigations into Russian meddling in the 2016 election. Read More »

Syria rescue group says 10 killed in airstrike on shelter


The Israeli premier said Sunday that he spoke with Trump Saturday to go over "security and diplomatic issues". Syria's conflict has killed more than 350,000 people since March 2011, although the United Nations has long stopped keeping count of casualties in the seven-year conflict. Read More »

Butina Indicted For Conspiracy Against US, Failing To Register As Russian Agent


It is not known from the filing what job Butina was seeking or whether her offer of sex in exchange for the job was accepted, however. "Because Butina has been exposed as an illegal agent of Russian Federation, there is the grave risk that she will appeal to those within that government with whom she conspired to aid her escape from the United States". Read More »

Trump says Russian Federation to 'help with North Korea'


U.S. President Donald Trump announced after an unprecedented June 12 summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un aimed at persuading North Korea to give up its nuclear weapons that Kim had agreed to return the remains of "thousands and thousands" of Americans killed in the 1950-53 Korean War. Read More »

Donald Trump: NATO summit was 'great,' meeting Putin was 'even better'


During a joint news conference with Putin after their private meeting, Trump hedged on whether he agrees with the USA intelligence community on its conclusion that the Russian government interfered with the 2016 presidential election. "Yes, I did. Yes, I did". Gladysh says he wasn't surprised Trump didn't use the summit to call out Putin for meddling with the U.S elections. Trump's combative stance toward the alliance stirred speculation ahead of his meeting with Putin, as the alliance ... Read More »

New Jersey girl fatally struck by stray bullets during shootout


A preliminary investigation indicates that an unknown subject or subjects fired several shots from the vicinity of Elmer and Walnut streets east on Elmer striking several vehicles and ultimately entering the victim's home through a rear wall striking the young victim who was in the room adjacent to the wall struck. Read More »

U.S. government paid Trump's Scottish golf course $77K for weekend visit


U.S. government spending records revealed by The Scotsman show a contract for 30,074 dollars (£23,070) was awarded to SLC Turnberry Limited by the Department of State, covering the period from July 11 to August 8. It was the only time that Trump was seen in public on Saturday. "President Trump's visit was not only hugely embarrassing for Theresa May, but it also underlines exactly why so many people object to his abhorrent policies and are deeply concerned about the damage of a ... Read More »

U.S. Spy Chief Pushes Back on Trump Over Russia's Election Hack


Putin, while denying Russian interference, told journalists they should "trust no one" and said he had wanted Trump to win the election because Trump had been the more pro-Russian candidate. -Russia relationship. "So far that I know virtually none of it related to the campaign". As he is wont to do, Trump took an ecumenical view of whether or not Russian Federation had engaged in hacking during the 2016 campaign. Read More »

Journalist bravely confronts Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin

Trump on Tuesday backtracked on his comments about Russian Federation meddling in the 2016 elections. Then he added, "It could be other people also". What's the big deal?" Senate Minority Leader Charles Schumer, a New York Democrat, said he was not buying Trump's new version of events. He said: 'It's 24 hours too late and in the wrong place'. Read More »

Migration figures: European Union migration to United Kingdom lowest since 2013, ONS says ZlotoNews


While net migration has fallen from record levels of around a third of a million in 2015 and 2016, it is still well above the Government's target of less than 100,000. As for migration from countries outside Europe, 311,000 people arrived in the United Kingdom a year ago - back to levels last seen in 2011. "Our paper suggests that Brexit could be an even more effective means of reducing immigration than previously thought", he added hopefully. Read More »

Bicyclist Weaves Past Barriers & Falls Into Draw Bridge Gap


Shocking footage released by the Wisconsin Department of Transportation shows a cyclist falling into the the gap of a raised drawbridge over a river. Someone then rushed to tell the bridge operator to stop the opening. At the start of the video, the 37-year-old woman is seen riding her bike along the bridge despite warning gates blocking her path. The woman was pulled to safety and is being treated for facial injuries. Read More »

Turkey Looks Into Possible Purchase of US's Patriot Missile Defense System


Last month, Turkey also received the first of the six F-35 warplanes from the U.S., according to a contract signed between Ankara and Washington. She said Washington wanted to ensure that systems acquired by USA allies "remain supportive of the strategic relationship between us and our allies, in the case of Turkey that is Patriots". Read More »

Royalty, the pope, and now Trump - Putin makes everyone wait


In front of the media Putin told Trump it was time to talk about relations between Moscow and Washington and he suggested they should discuss hard multi-national issues. Earlier, Putin said the United States and Russian Federation should work jointly on cybersecurity. I will say this: "I don't see any reason why it would be", Trump said. Read More »

Tesla's Musk apologises for his comments on British caver


Unsworth said several untruths & suggested I engage in a sexual act with the mini-sub, which had been built as an act of kindness & according to specifications from the dive team leader". He boasted that the mini-sub was ready if needed. Gene Munster, the head of research at Loup Ventures, a venture capital firm wrote an open letter to Musk asking for him to say sorry. Read More »

Labour MPs want new anti-Semitism code

The Party's NEC meets Tuesday to vote on formally adopting the new code of conduct. Labour's code, which was approved by a sub-committee of its National Executive Committee (NEC) earlier this month, was drawn up following the 2016 Chakrabarti inquiry into anti-Semitism. Read More »

In TV interview, Trump says queen called Brexit 'complex'


He replied: "Well, she feels she's going to be able to make a deal and yeah". Piers even ventured to ask which way the Queen leans when it comes to Brexit, but the President said he decided not to ask about her personal viewpoint. He then met with The Queen . before flying up to his Turnberry golf course in Scotland. During a press conference alongside Mrs May, he later dismissed parts of the reports as "fake news " - despite it being recorded. Read More »

Eritrea reopens embassy in Ethiopia amid thaw in relations


Thousands of Ethiopians took to the streets to welcome the President of Eritrea , Isaias Afwerki, who arrived in this capital for a three-day visit, the latest step of the process of normalization of relations between the two countries. "The visit will cement further/add momentum to the joint march for peace and cooperation set in motion by both leaders", Eritrean Information Minister Yemane Gebremeskel said on Twitter Friday. Read More »

Trump’s failure at Putin summit will come back to haunt him

Beginning his joint press conference with Vladimir Putin , President Trump declared that USA relations with Russian Federation have "never been worse". "In addition to his comments at the press conference, Putin again denied any Russian interference in the US election in an interview with Fox News " Chris Wallace . Read More »

Blood stains on the shroud of Turin belong to Jesus, experts say


At the time, radiocarbon Dating showed that the shroud dated back to 1260-1390 years BC, that is clearly not the relic came from the time of Christ's death. Experts conducted an analysis of the trickles of blood on the back of the left hand side and near the wound from a spear on his chest. During the investigative experiment was tested the direction of the streaks of blood . Read More »

Two venomous tarantulas may have escaped in Derbyshire village


Yes, that's right! Not just any old tarantulas either, they're thought to be a species known as the salmon pink bird-eating tarantula - one of the biggest spiders on this here planet Earth. The Daily Mail quotes Kristy Ludlam, an inspector with the RSPCA who was at the scene, as saying the woman who found the abandoned jars was "understandably" shaken, as she is scared of spiders [VIDEO ]. Read More »

Houston Police take suspected serial killer into custody


Rodriguez has a lengthy criminal history, according to court records obtained by Breitbart Texas from the office of Harris County District Clerk Chris Daniel. Police urge folks that if you see him call 911 and be careful. Authorities urge anyone who encounters Rodriguez to not take any action. The crimes law officers are aware of began with a home invasion robbery on July 9 in the 1200 block of Foxsboro. Read More »

Las Vegas Cop Shoots Through the Windshield in Intense High-Speed Chase


According to KSNV , Las Vegas police policy allows officers to pursue and even fire at fleeing suspects if there is an imminent danger to others. He later died in hospital. Police fatally shot one suspect and wounded the other, who tried to escape into the school where kids were in summer session. Camera IconOne murder suspect was killed and another injured in a high-speed chase and shootout with police in downtown Las Vegas . Read More »

Woman bites off woman's nose, swallows it


The victim, identified only as Tatiana by KTRK-TV, said she was out at a bar with her next-door neighbor and Collins, who was staying with the neighbor at the time. "I didn't have time to react, to push her away". I think I was trying to fight back, but I couldn't. She said doctors told her she needs to have the surgery in the next few weeks, or it will become more complicated as the wound heals. Read More »

Man starts 20+ mile walk to work, drives home in blessing


Carver High School as the only boy in his class from the school's Academy of Health Sciences. He needed the job at Bellhops moving company , even though his phone told him it would take him seven hours on foot. Under the guise of having coffee, Marklin met with Carr and surprised him with an SUV. "No matter what the challenge is, you can break through", adds Carr, who hopes to join the Marines before getting a bachelor's degree in physical therapy. Read More »

Mueller seeks immunity for 5 witnesses in Manafort case


The immunity would allow witnesses to testify with the assurance that they can not be prosecuted for self-incriminating admissions they may make. Prosecutors asked for the court to compel the witnesses to testify. Manafort's lawyers said extensive pretrial news media coverage in the Washington region had interfered with Manafort's right to a fair trial. The judge also said that "jurors' political leanings are not, by themselves, evidence that those jurors can not fairly and impartially ... Read More »

Queen subtly snubs Donald Trump with fashion choice

And perhaps even more amusing, when the Queen met with Trump last Friday, she wore a brooch made famous at her father King George IV's funeral. When she wore the brooch gifted by the Obamas, Arbiter says it's possible she chose that brooch simply because an American was arriving that day. Read More »

Russia must 'account for role' in MH17 tragedy: G7


Ms Bishop has met in the past week with the Australian Federal Police for a briefing on the investigation into the downing of MH17. "Over 450 AFP have been involved since the tragedy", she said . Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17, a civilian aircraft flying from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur was downed by a Russian BUK missile over occupied Donbas on July 17, 2014. Read More »

British police investigating how Novichok bottle ended up in home


Her partner Mr Rowley, 45, is still seriously ill in hospital. Further tests will be carried out to establish whether it is from the same batch that contaminated Sergei and Yulia Skripal in March. The death of Ms Sturgess, a mother-of-three, is being treated by police as murder. A post-mortem examination is due to take place on Tuesday in a bid to discover any additional information. Read More »

Pro-Brexit group fined for spending rule breach


A former volunteer for the Vote Leave campaign says he felt compelled to blow the whistle on the group's alleged electoral breaches because " Britain's entire democratic system is being corrupted". "It is astonishing that nobody from Vote Leave has been interviewed by the Commission in the production of this report, nor indeed at any point in the past two years". Read More »

‘Trump Baby’ blimp may be heading to America


The blimp, which depicts Trump as an angry orange baby holding a smartphone and wearing a diaper, captured the attention of the world as thousands of protesters marched under it to vent their anger at the American president during his recent visit to the United Kingdom. Read More »

Cooper: Trump's North Atlantic Treaty Organisation grievance not factual


Mr Trump is the 12th sitting U.S. president to make such a trip, and will spend time with the Queen and prime minister before flying to Scotland to spend the weekend at his golf resort. "Presidents have been trying unsuccessfully for years to get Germany and other rich NATO Nations to pay more toward their protection from Russian Federation". Read More »

Protests in southern Iraq to demand better services, jobs


In a town near the southern city of Amara, police shot into the air to disperse protesters after demonstrators set fire to the municipality building. He said hundreds of demonstrators also gathered at the Majnoon oilfield in eastern Basra, demanding job opportunities for local residents. Read More »

Corbyn says May is incapable of Brexit deal following Johnson exit


The Prime Minister's strategy for leaving the European Union faces fresh turmoil if MPs vote to pass a series of amendments to Brexit legislation passing through parliament. Parliament was "gridlocked" over the divisive issue. "We hope that a free trade agreement can be agreed between the United Kingdom and the European Union that will allow for that soft border option and will enable Northern Ireland to continue to trade with the Republic of Ireland and the rest of the European Union in ... Read More »

Putin gifts Trump with symbolic World Cup soccer ball


The entire US intelligence community determined months ago that Moscow attempted to interfere. -Russian relations on " many years of US foolishness and stupidity". "They said they think it's Russia ", Mr. Trump said, explaining that while USA intelligence agencies say Russia meddled, Putin told Trump directly that Russia did not. Read More »

MGM Resorts Sue Las Vegas Shooting Victims, Denying Liability


MGM Resorts International, which owns Mandalay Bay and the Route 91 Harvest Festival, is seeking to avoid liability in the October 1 shooting which killed 58 and injured hundreds more . A Las Vegas lawyer, Robert Eglet , who has represented numerous victims said he believes MGM Resorts is looking for a new judge. Gunman Stephen Paddock killed 58 people and injured hundreds more when he opened fire on the Route 91 Harvest Music Festival in Las Vegas on October 1. Read More »

Princes Charles and William refused to meet Trump

And then the moment she had to tell him where to stand. President Trump received backlash for temporarily stepping in front of the queen during the Inspection of the Guard, where she had to sidestep him. It is unclear how his visit and public criticism of British Prime Minister Theresa May impacted those numbers for Trump, who also stayed at his golf course in Scotland ahead of a meeting with Vladimir Putin in Helsinki on Monday. Read More »

Firefighter died in bulldozer near Yosemite


Yosemite provides webcams and real-time alerts on its current air quality. Nine U.S. wildland firefighters had been killed up to Tuesday as the United States faced another extreme year for wildfires, according to National Interagency Fire Center (NIFC) data. Read More »

Putin declares summit with Trump 'very successful'


Even Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell drew a line in the sand, saying, "I've said a number of times and I say it again, the Russians are not our friends and I entirely believe the assessment of our intelligence community". This is the second time this year Mr. Turnbull has backed Mr. Trump on the world stage. "I think we will end up having an extraordinary relationship", Trump said, sitting next to Putin. Read More »

Colorado mother's warning about front-loading washing machines


The frantic mom quickly canceled the cycle, rescued Kloe from the machine and got her out - and is now keen to warn other families of the dangers front-loading machines possess. Lindsey McIver shared the story on Facebook in a post that now has more than 230,000 shares and more than 100,000 likes. After their experience, McIver also recommends a safety lock on the outside to prevent kids from climbing inside. Read More »