by | June 05, 2017 | 00:41

Ms Sturgeon predicted that Tories would win the election, despite seeing a reduction in their majority that would put Scotland "centre stage". The ex-prime minister and his former chancellor reunited to pen letters to nearly 100,000 Scots in constituencies where Labour believes it can oust the SNP, calling on them to help prevent "another divisive referendum" on independence.

by | June 05, 2017 | 00:58

It is the third terror attack in the United Kingdom in three months, following the vehicle and knife attack in Westminster in March, which left five people dead, and the Manchester bombing less than two weeks ago, in which 22 people were killed.

by | June 05, 2017 | 01:41

The successful $ 244 million endeavor on Tuesday marked the first live-fire test of USA defenses against an intercontinental ballistic missile , according to the Pentagon . According to the plan, a 5-foot-long "kill vehicle" released from atop the interceptor zeroed in on the ICBM-like target's mock warhead outside Earth's atmosphere and obliterated it by sheer force of impact, the Pentagon said.

by | June 05, 2017 | 01:00

The men were shot dead after killing seven people and injuring 48 more with a van and knife attack in the bustling area of London on Saturday night. She characterized the incident as a "new trend in the threat we face", in that attackers are copying the methods of similar attacks. He said he heard what sounded like gunfire about five to 10 minutes later.

by | June 05, 2017 | 00:41

London police said Sunday six civilians were killed in addition to three assailants in the attacks on and near the London Bridge. London's Thames river police said it worked with the lifeboat rescue service to help evacuate people caught up in the attack, described by police as a terrorist incident.

by | June 04, 2017 | 23:43

At around 10:10 p.m, three terrorists in a white van mowed down pedestrians on the iconic bridge, then carried on to the market, where they left the vehicle and started attacking civilians with knives, she said . "I threw something at them, maybe like a stool, a chair", he said. An Australian and four French nationals were among those hospitalized, their governments said, while a Spaniard was slightly wounded.

by | June 05, 2017 | 00:29

Clearly, Trump ignored the fact that U.S. continues to be the world's biggest polluter historically by a long distance even though China now emits more every year than the US. With not many new coal power plants being set up, the demand is unlikely to reach levels where India would have to double its production to around 1.2 to 1.3 billion tonnes every year.

by | June 04, 2017 | 23:24

Qassemi added that the Islamic Republic believes that the U.S. can not shirk its responsibility towards climate changes emanating from greenhouse gas emissions by its "irresponsible" withdrawal from the Paris agreement . The Paris Agreement's central aim is to strengthen the global response to the threat of climate change by keeping the global temperature rise in this century well below 2 degrees Celsius above pre-industrial levels and to pursue efforts to limit it to 1.5 degrees Celsius.

by | June 05, 2017 | 00:23

The three Obama-era officials did not receive personal subpoenas, the Wall Street Journal reported , citing people familiar with the matter. The requests to unmask the names of Trump associates underwent the same stringent evaluations that USA privacy laws and intelligence regulations require for all such applications, and they produced nothing out of the ordinary, said the four officials, who spoke on condition of anonymity.

by | June 04, 2017 | 23:17

Local residents said one of the suspects attempted to flee, and was shot by arresting officers. As CBS News' Teri Okita reported, the events unfolded around 10 p.m. She signalled action to clamp down on hate preaching and the use of the internet to spread Islamist ideology, as well as measures to end tolerance of extremism and a review of the powers of police and security agencies.

by | June 04, 2017 | 22:51

The only person a majority of Americans said was more helpful than hurtful as a mouthpiece of the Trump administration is Vice President Mike Pence, with 53 percent saying he helped more than hurt. "In terms of achievement, I think I'd give myself an A. Because I think I've done great things, but I don't think I have " I and my people, I don't think we've explained it well enough to the American public".

by | June 04, 2017 | 23:36

Flynn's reported acquiescence comes less than a week after his attorneys said their client would not comply with the Committee's May 10 subpoena and just hours after President Donald Trump's personal business attorney Michael Cohen's wow of non-compliance with Congress was met with the issuance of a subpoena by the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence.

by | June 05, 2017 | 00:06

In all, the White House press corps pressed on Pruitt's and the president's personal views on climate change nine times during the briefing. The " covfefe " kerfuffle began shortly after midnight Wednesday, when Trump tweeted , in full, "Despite the constant negative press covfefe ".

by | June 04, 2017 | 22:39

And while he has a long list of questions about whether members of the Trump campaign coordinated with Russian Federation during the presidential campaign, he said the media runs the risk of jumping to conclusions based on incomplete news reports .

by | June 04, 2017 | 23:03

White House communications director Michael Dubke announced his resignation Tuesday. On one hand, Trump communicating directly with the media is likely to mean fewer flubs in communicating the president's positions, Hagle said. Lewandowski said Trump is best served by having staff around him who know him well. The way Spicer sees it, the sources close to him said, is that many reporters are obsessed with palace intrigue and minutiae, and are waging a smear campaign against the president.

by | June 04, 2017 | 23:23

He was also ordered to pay a $7,500 fine and perform 200 hours of community service. In a surprise, Spanier - the only one of the three to take his case to trial earlier this year - actually received the lightest sentence: four to 12 months, with the first two in jail and the remainder served under house arrest.

by | June 04, 2017 | 23:01

French President Emmanuel Macron was damning, saying in a late-night TV address that the United States had "turned its back on the world". And Bloomberg wants to make up part of the funding the United Nations will now lose from Trump's decision .

by | June 04, 2017 | 23:02

But Mrs May made clear she intends to take action on a range of levels in response to the recent spate of atrocities, also including the vehicle and knife murders of four people at Westminster in March and the killing of 22 by suicide bomb at the Manchester Arena last month.

by | June 04, 2017 | 22:20

They didn't cruise through the playoffs exclusively due to injuries. "I mean, it's no if, ands, or buts, it is what it is", said James. Golden State was so good that Lue called them the best team he has seen. "I think that's how Cleveland is going to approach it, make it a physical game ", Michael Cooper, now the coach of the WNBA's Atlanta Dream who went through some Lakers-Celtics battles as a player in the 1980s, said before the series began.

by | June 04, 2017 | 21:11

Poncho Nevàrez of Eagle Pass threatened his life and told him that he would "get [him] on the way to [ his ] auto". In a statement, Rinaldi, a Republican, said Texas Rep. The protests became so loud that the House had to take a break from activities and the Department of Public Safety chose to clear the protesters from the gallery.

by | June 04, 2017 | 20:46

The company manufacturers about 100,000 pairs of Trump-branded shoes a year out of its production of 8 million pairs a year, including Coach and Alain Delon, the company said . For years, Ivanka Trump has ignored public reports of terrible labor conditions at a factory that makes her shoes . Li says he also found evidence that workers were threatened with dismissal if they took sick leave and that they were forced to sign falsified time sheets.

by | June 04, 2017 | 21:35

During an interview at Recode's Code Conference , Clinton argued that the Russians "could not have known how best to weaponize" damaging information about her campaign and fake news stories perpetrated on social media unless they had been "guided" by Americans.

by | June 04, 2017 | 20:52

Scientists say Earth is likely to reach more risky levels of warming sooner as a result of the president's decision because America's pollution contributes so much to rising temperatures. Deon Terblanche of the World Meteorological Organization said the organization hasn't run any new scientific models following Trump's announcement.

by | June 04, 2017 | 20:21

And the conversation turned out to be quite informative and fascinating. Using the platform to reach out to global business leaders, PM Modi said that India is progressing like never before, powered by political will, political stability and clear vision.

by | June 04, 2017 | 19:52

Jordan on Friday welcomed U.S. President Donald Trump's decision not to move the U.S. Embassy to Jerusalem and praised his commitment to working to reach a peace agreement between the Palestinians and the Israelis, the state-run Petra news agency reported.

by | June 04, 2017 | 19:41

The long-term impact of the accord would make the future generations perceive the Paris climate deal as a "shared legacy", Modi added. "Today I want the world to know the U.S. Macron said that the issues of tackling terrorism was discussed at length during his talks with Prime Minister Modi and France fully supports India's fight against terrorism.

by | June 04, 2017 | 19:23

The tweet includes a now-popular hashtag "make our planet great again "-a cheeky adaptation of the nationalist slogan used by Trump on his election campaign trail". "I think the people of Pittsburgh understand that this is a global problem", said Angeli, a 29-year-old digital communications manager. On Tuesday, after Axios broke news that the Trump administration would be withdrawing from the Paris climate agreement , White House reporters wanted to know if the decision had to do ...

by | June 04, 2017 | 19:35

The subpoenas related to unmasking, according to the Journal , seek information about requests made by then-National Security Adviser Susan Rice, then-CIA Director John Brennan and then-U.N. Conaway and Schiff announced in a joint statement on Wednesday that they had issued subpoenas to Michael Flynn , Trump's former national security adviser, and to Michael Cohen, the president's personal lawyer.

by | June 04, 2017 | 18:29

Justice Department spokeswoman Sarah Isgur Flores said Thursday that the administration is “confident that President Trumps executive order is well within his lawful authority to keep the nation safe and protect our communities from terrorism .”.

by | June 04, 2017 | 18:47

But they're not. The entire accord relies on voluntary commitments, so many argue that, if the president wanted to stay in and wanted to change the U.S.' commitment, he's largely free to do so. He's received awards as a businessman in that regard. "A friend of mine likes to say that a thermometer is neither a Republican nor a Democrat", said Webb, who traveled to Paris for the signing of the accord in 2015 to raise awareness among the public that many evangelical Christians are concerned ...

by | June 04, 2017 | 18:05

During the interview, Putin issued a flat denial to Kelly that Russian Federation had done anything to tamper with election results - but acknowledged that "patriotic" hackers might have been responsible for other, similar attacks on global democracy.

by | June 04, 2017 | 18:51

But VEB told the New York Times Mr. Gorkov met with Kushner in his capacity as a real estate executive. Mr Flynn resigned in February after it was revealed that he had misled Vice President Mike Pence and other top White House officials about his conversations with Sergey Kislyak, the Russian ambassador to the US.

by | June 04, 2017 | 18:51

Another reporter asked the unnamed duo if the president believes that human activity contributes to climate change. "Americans will honor and fulfill the Paris Agreement by leading from the bottom up-and there isn't anything Washington can do to stop us", Bloomberg said , according to the Washington Examiner .

by | June 04, 2017 | 17:52

The former Secretary of State asserted that one pivotal factor during the race was that Trump's campaign hugely benefitted from the Republican National Committee's data foundation while her campaign had been hindered by the DNC's resources.

by | June 04, 2017 | 17:43

Why didn't we debate and vote on this in February? We could have and should have done this two years ago. "General Assembly, that just want to do a tax hike with no reforms". "This entire budget started in the wrong place". Whether an agreement is reached and the budget is passed remains uncertain. On Wednesday, with a midnight deadline looming, House Speaker Mike Madigan decided not to hold a vote on a budget bill passed in the Senate .