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War Cry: Trump Opening Acts Raise Eyebrows, Pump up Crowds


Brown's campaign wasn't able to make the accusation stick, and the mini-controversy was buried after Warren's election victory - until Trump resurrected it again. Warren added that her appearance with Clinton on Monday does not mean she is under consideration for the vice presidency. WATCH: Howie Carr imitates " war whoop " to mock Elizabeth Warren at @ realDonaldTrump event. Read More »

Rescued From Oklahoma City Roller Coaster


Emergency crews explained the riders are mostly children. Frontier City's website describes the Silver Bullet as a "high-speed steel looping coaster". No one was injured when a roller coaster at an Oklahoma City amusement park stalled out and stranded eight people, including seven children. Around 5:55 p.m., all the passengers were safely escorted by the OKC firefighters, says KFOR . Read More »

Naked man jumps from rear staircase ledge of NYC TKTS booth


The man's motives are still unknown, but according to CBS New York he was overheard yelling "I am Mother Earth" and going on about Donald Trump. The man was first seen around 8 a.m. The naked man also proclaimed his love of fashion and screamed out the names of fashion photographers Bruce Weber and Mario Testino . "He was extremely combative", an NYPD spokesman said. Read More »

Google offices in Spain raided in tax investigation


Inspectors swept into the company's headquarters in an office tower, as well as a campus it maintains in the Spanish capital, people familiar with the case said. Google CEO Sundar Pichai has defended the firm's tax practices in the past. For Google, it paid off: by moving $12 billion global revenues to a shell company in Bermuda, the tech giant saved $2.4 billion in taxes across the globe, according to filings Google's Dutch subsidiary filed with the Dutch Chamber of Commerce in February. Read More »

Streeting joins Labour colleagues in calling for Corbyn resignation


Corbyn has previously said he would stand again if the party did call a leadership contest. Of more than 50 constituency Labour Party chairs and secretaries who endorsed Corbyn a year ago, 45 continue to offer their support and believe that their constituencies will again nominate the leader in the now inevitable leadership contest, according to BBC Newsnight. Read More »

Prince estate lawyers get deadline to weigh in on DNA tests

Nelson's claim and that of several half-siblings are firmly based on legal documents that establish Prince's parentage, including a divorce record for his parents. The trust company overseeing Prince's estate says it could be worth up to $300 million. "We've looked under every box lid ..." "There is some urgency in determining who are the rightful heirs", Dillon said. Read More »

Police report 'multiple injuries' in house explosion in Mississauga, Ont.


Police and fire officials set up a wide perimeter around the blast site Tuesday night and authorities will hold a news conference this morning. He said crews were working to stabilize the scene before they could begin investigating. He says residents from the homes on either side of the epicentre of the blast have been accounted for. "The devastation is pretty significant, however it is relatively contained to the immediate vicinity", "I think it is fortunate that there aren't more ... Read More »

Oscar Pistorius to be sentenced for murder on July 6

While Pistorius said he shot Steenkamp in the belief she was an intruder, the Supreme Court decided that he must have known the bullets would have killed whomever was behind the door. Pistorius , (Foreground) holds his head in his hands as members of Reeva Steenkamp's family including her father Barry Steenkamp look on during his resentencing hearing. Read More »

Twenty schoolchildren missing in Brecon Beacons


The children initially went missing near Tafarn Y Garreg, just north of Abercraf in Powys. Mark Jones, of the Brecon Mountain Rescue Team, said: "I believe they are cold and wet but otherwise unharmed". Mr Gillespie said: "Our pupils are trained to contact the police if anything happens to them, which they did after two members of our school began to feel unwell". Read More »

Sourav Ganguly should respect his job: Ravi Shastri


That is a consideration I am thinking of. Kumble, Shastri, Lalchand Rajput, Praveen Amre and Tom Moody were the five applicants who were interviewed after the board shortlisted 21 names from the initial list of 57 applicants. Former captain Sourav Ganguly today (June 29) said he was "hurt" and "extremely saddenned" by Ravi Shastri's comments on him after the selection of the head coach of Team India. Read More »

Parliament monsoon session from 18 July


At the meeting External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj said if members raise issues concerning the Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG) and matters concerning foreign trips of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and others, she is willing to make a statement, Naidu informed. Read More »

Hodgson reluctantly faces music after seismic Iceland loss

Southgate is now 6/4 favourite with British bookmakers, having been 6/1 on Monday night once Hodgson's assistant, former Manchester United star Gary Neville, also resigned following the Iceland defeat. "Last night we didn't reproduce". "I've got nothing more to add and I thank you for the time I've had with you". "I saw that when they qualified, and in this tournament they have been unbelievable. Read More »

Seahawks agree to 4-year deal with WR Doug Baldwin


Baldwin's agreement was first reported by KIRO-AM in Seattle. Past year was Baldwin's first 1,000-yard campaign (he had a career-best 78 receptions), and he caught fire late in the season along with the team. Doug Baldwin has led the Seahawks in receptions each of the last two seasons. Ever since Baldwin entered the National Football League as an undrafted player in 2011, he's been eager to prove his worth as a top notch wide receiver for the Seahawks. Read More »

Ikea recalls 29 million dressers after 6 kids killed


The six deaths - all children under the age of 4 - date back to 1989 and are as recent as this February, the CPSC said. Ikea says the furniture can fall over if not fastened to the wall, posing a serious tip-over and entrapment hazard that can result in death or serious injuries. Read More »

Weather helps crews battling Western wildfires _ for now


Fire officials said some 200 structures were under threat as of Wednesday night, down from a peak of 1,000. A fleet of helicopters and air tankers and other resources are helping fight the fires totaling about 7½ square miles. Despite fears that stronger winds could make the fire resurgent and the challenges of tough terrain, containment was expanded from 10 to 15 percent by Wednesday night. Read More »

Netanyahu lauds benefits of normalizing ties with Turkey

Turkey needs to diversify its imported energy resources; it has not been on friendly terms with energy-rich Russian Federation, and tapping resources in friendly former Soviet countries and the Middle East including Iraq is stymied by the ongoing war in Syria. Read More »

Kerry calls on EU to stay calm after Brexit shock


He will travel to London to meet with U.K. Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond later Monday. U.S. President Barack Obama and many other world leaders had urged Britain to remain inside the 28-nation bloc. The U.K. "should only do that when there is a clear view about what new arrangement we are seeking with our European neighbors", he said . Britain will also have to negotiate trade deals and other aspects of its future relationship with the EU. Read More »

Pope's Armenia trip ends on angry note for Turkey

Francis arrived in Armenia Friday, June 24 and was greeted by the Catholicos of All Armenians, His Holiness Karekin II, President Serzh Sargsyan and First Lady Rita Sargsyan. "He did not speak against the Turkish people". The monastery holds special significance for followers of both Catholicism and Armenian Orthodoxy as Gregory the Illuminator - a religious leader and patron saint of the Armenian Apostolic Church, credited with having converted the Armenians to Christianity in 301 AD - ... Read More »

Warren: Clinton can be trusted to fight Donald Trump


Like Clinton's primary challenger, Senator Bernie Sanders, Warren supports a modernized version of the law, which Clinton has argued isn't the right antidote to the problems she sees in the financial sector. "He will crush you in to the dirt to get whatever he wants". But people familiar with Clinton's thinking note that their relationship has largely been marked by wariness rather than warmth, making it hard to establish the kind of close working relationship Clinton wants to have with her ... Read More »

Clinton, Warren meet for first 2016 campaign event


On a separate measure of being forthcoming, 33 percent of registered voters said Clinton says what she believes while 62 percent said she does not. Clinton said she has had to earn the trust of voters before, including when she ran for Senate in NY in 2000 and when she ran for president in 2008. Read More »

Experts repair flight recorder from crashed EgyptAir jet

Egyptian aviation authorities have turned over both the flight data and voice recorders to the French aviation accident investigation bureau (BEA) after they failed in attempts to extract any information from the heavily damaged devices. The cause of the crash remains unclear. Radar data shows the plane turned 90 degrees left and then 360 degrees to the right, dropping from 11,300m (37,000ft) to 4,600m (15,000ft) and then 3,000m (10,000ft) before it disappeared. Read More »

Turkish President Expresses Regret for Downing Russian Plane

We say that we are sharing the pain felt by those who lost loved ones. In his letter, Erdogan called Russian Federation “a friend and a strategic partner” of Ankara , with whom the Turkish authorities would not want to spoil relations. The Kremlin said that the letter added that the Turkish authorities were conducting a probe against a Turkish citizen, who allegedly shot and killed the plane's pilot as he was descending by parachute. Read More »

Philippine officials confirm canadian hostage was beheaded

The Philippines' government confirmed Tuesday that ISIL-affiliated militants had beheaded a second Canadian hostage following the expiration of a ransom deadline. "Canada can not and will not pay ransoms to terrorists". "On behalf of all Albertans, I offer heartfelt condolences to Robert Hall's family and friends in this most tragic end to his long captivity and their heroic efforts to secure his release". Read More »

UK Should Start Brexit By Tuesday - EU Chief

On Thursday, voters in the United Kingdom chose to leave the European Union, passing the so-called Brexit (Britain exit) referendum. "What we want to be doing is seeing a process that means we can leave the European Union on 1 January 2019". Read More »

North Korea makes apparent progress with midrange missile

According to state media, Kim said North Korea now has the "clear ability" to "totally and realistically attack American bastards" in the "operational zone of the Pacific Ocean". Haq made the remarks at a daily news briefing here ahead of a closed meeting of the UN Security Council on the DPRK's latest missile launch, which was held at the request of the United States and Japan . Read More »

India expects to reap Brexit benefits


RBI chief Raghuram Rajan on the other hand has sounded a word of caution. He immediately attempted to calm the markets by declaring that "India is adequately prepared to face any consequences". According to CRISIL, due to Brexit , compliance and administration costs are likely to rise for Indian companies. The Tata group operates 19 separate companies in the UK, including Jaguar Land Rover, Tetley Tea and Tata Steel UK, which it's recently made a decision to sell. Read More »