by | June 19, 2017 | 00:02

President Donald Trump has created jobs as he promised during his campaign, but it's been through the "attorney full employment act", mocked Rep. Denny Heck, D-Wash., The Hill reported Friday . On Friday, former House Speaker Newt Gingrich said that Trump technically "cannot obstruct justice" because he is the president . Those officials are Dan Coats , the director of national intelligence, Michael Rogers, the head of the National Security Agency and Richard Ledgett, the former ...

by | June 19, 2017 | 00:00

Though on the surface, Thursday s meetings with Northern Irish parties were aimed at breaking the logjam in forming a new cross-party regional government in the province, May needs broader acceptance in the province of a Conservative-DUP deal.

by | June 18, 2017 | 23:57

This year's theme, 'Yoga for Health, ' hopes to highlight yoga's holistic approach to both physical and mental well-being and its ability to create a balance between body and mind. Aiming to set a country record, Malaysia will be celebrating the International Day of Yoga by attempting to hold its largest ever yoga session in Dataran Merdeka, Kuala Lumpur, with 10,000 participants.

by | June 18, 2017 | 23:58

A recent Washington Post report said Trump is being investigated for possible obstruction of justice by Special Counsel Robert Mueller . ABC's report comes as Trump said on Friday he is personally under investigation in the widening Russian Federation probe, over Comey's firing.

by | June 18, 2017 | 23:52

He appeared in a Channel 4 documentary entitled " The Jihadis Next Door " about British extremists that was broadcast a year ago, British media reported. Turkey has been routinely used by radical Islamists as a route into areas of Syria controlled by Islamic State. Canadian national Chrissy Archibald, 30, was the first victim to be named.

by | June 18, 2017 | 23:55

Rosenstein oversees Mueller, but the deputy attorney general is not actually conducting the investigation. Yet Trump's angry tweets on Friday underscored the near-impossible challenge his advisers and legal team have in trying to get him to avoid weighing in on an active probe.

by | June 18, 2017 | 23:52

Italian newspaper Corriere Della Sera said Zaghba was born in Fez in January 1995 to a Moroccan father and Italian mother. London's Metropolitan Police told Italian authorities of Zaghba's involvement in Saturday's attack at and near London Bridge that killed seven people, sources said.

by | June 18, 2017 | 23:51

Ruddy is long-time friend of the President. "I don't think he's really pondering it", Rep. Adam Kinzinger said. The Deputy Attorney General also said he would not follow any orders to fire special counsel Mueller unless there is a good reason and the orders are lawful.

by | June 18, 2017 | 23:50

The start of negotiations on Monday was dismissed by one European Union diplomat as further "talks about talks", rather than anything substantive. The British Brexit minister, David Davis, will open the talks with the EU's chief negotiator, Michel Barnier , supported by officials on both sides.

by | June 18, 2017 | 23:49

This week during its annual convention, it wrestled with a topic brought up by Arlington pastor Dwight McKissic - to denounce views of the alt-right and white supremacists. "This really revealed fracture lines within the Southern Baptist Convention over racial divisions that are going to continue beyond any resolution", Green adds.

by | June 18, 2017 | 23:46

It's not clear whether or not the witch hunt he's referring to is the overarching investigations into alleged Russian collusion with his campaign, or his own possible belief that he's being investigated personally. The official demanded anonymity because the official was not authorized to be named discussing the deliberations. If Trump were to fire Mueller and Rosenstein, "Congress must unite to stop him, without respect to party, and for the sake of the nation", Schiff said in a statement.

by | June 18, 2017 | 23:48

His team has launched a full blown smear campaign and against Muller , despite his credibility on both sides of the aisle, and Trump has personally attacked the integrity of Deputy Attorney Rod Rosenstein, who appointed Mueller. The White House confirmed Mr Mueller was among the candidates the president interviewed to replace Mr Comey. Rosenstein, in office for less than two months, is the top Justice official overseeing the probe because Attorney General Jeff Sessions has recused himself.

by | June 18, 2017 | 23:45

Davis, who has won 95 caps for his country, wore the captain's armband at Northern Ireland's first major tournament in 30 years and helped his country qualify for the knockout rounds - only to lose to eventual semi-finalists Wales. "I'm friends with Jack Rodgers and his wife Lynne and at the time the charity was on the brink of going out of business and Jack and Lynne made a decision to try and keep it going", explained Raymond.

by | June 18, 2017 | 23:45

The van used by the attackers on London Bridge. People sit outside the George pub in Borough High Street, London , one week after the terrorist attack on nearby London Bridge and Borough Market, Saturday, June 10, 2017 . Police Commander Dean Haydon speculated that the bloodthirsty zealots might have worn bomb props "as protection from being shot themselves". The fake belts make the bravery of the police officers and regular citizens who took on the attackers even more ...

by | June 18, 2017 | 23:47

In this March 7, 2017, the guided-missile destroyer USS Fitzgerald (DDG 62) launches a missile from the aft missile deck during Multisail 17. "As search and rescue crews gained access to the spaces that were damaged during the collision this morning, the missing sailors were located in the flooded berthing compartments", the 7th Fleet said in a statement this evening.

by | June 18, 2017 | 23:46

The man credited by law enforcement with holding two Georgia prison escapees at gunpoint says he's no hero. Founded in 1846, AP has covered all the major news events of the past 165 years, providing high-quality, informed reporting of everything from wars and elections to championship games and royal weddings.

by | June 18, 2017 | 23:44

The U.S. has about 28,500 troops permanently based in South Korea , a defense treaty ally. The U.S. military said last Tuesday that it "successfully intercepted an intercontinental ballistic missile target" in a test conducted amid concerns over the North's weapons program.

by | June 18, 2017 | 23:43

French President Emmanuel Macron's . He added that the party needs to change its ideas and its organization and that a "collective leadership" is going to replace him. Last Sunday's first round of voting saw the party garner 32.3 percent of the vote . Macron's party has 513 candidates vying for 573 seats. Now it is set to dominate legislation and win a vast injection of subsidies.

by | June 18, 2017 | 23:45

Since the election, her reappointed Brexit Secretary David Davis, who told Sky News that the negotiation start date may have to be delayed, has said that the "no deal better than bad deal" slogan still stands but said that the government would listen to those calling for a softer Brexit.

by | June 18, 2017 | 23:44

An embargo has also cut off food, transport and other links between the four countries and Qatar, which typically imports around 80 percent of its food from its neighbors. As a result of the crisis, fresh milk production will now start by the end of the month rather than September and the initiative is projected to meet a third of Qatar's demand by mid-July, al-Khayyat told Bloomberg .

by | June 18, 2017 | 23:43

Ruddy told PBS that Trump was considering the dismissal because of concerns about conflicts of interest. They say Trump did not collude with Russian Federation and see the investigation as a politically motivated sham that handicaps Trump's ability to execute his agenda, according to one person who advises the White House on how to handle the probe.

by | June 18, 2017 | 23:45

Iraqi forces have launched an attack on Mosul's Old City , the last district held by the Islamic State militant group. Staff Lieutenant-General Abdulwahab al-Saadi, a senior commander with the Iraqi Counter-Terrorism Service, told state TV he expects ISIL to put up a "vicious and tough fight".

by | June 18, 2017 | 23:42

Medics were still treating patients - mostly young children - in a tent on the edge of the camp on Tuesday afternoon. Children and elderly made up most of the people affected by the alleged food poisoning. The camp in al-Khazer on the road linking Mosul and Erbil houses people displaced by an offensive to dislodge Daesh terrorists from Mosul. According to the United Nations refugee agency, more than 6,000 people now live inside the camp.

by | June 18, 2017 | 23:41

However, sources close to the talks said that while the discussions were "stuttering", 95% had been agreed between both sides, meaning the deal could still be announced in time to allow the Queens's speech on Monday. And some fear the viability of Northern Ireland's fragile peace - which has held since 1998 after decades of inter-community violence known as The Troubles - could rest on the arrangement, with doubts around the United Kingdom government's neutrality.

by | June 18, 2017 | 23:40

The shootout at Camp Shaheen near northern Mazar-i-Sharif city is the second "green-on-blue" attack - where Afghan soldiers turn their weapons on global forces assisting them - reported this week. "Insider attack Camp Shaheen, Mazar-e Sharif under investigation". There has been no causality reported by the US Troops. An uptick in attacks by Afghan National army soldiers against foreign troops would seem a worrisome trend ahead of the deployment of another 4,000 US troops to Afghanistan in ...