by | July 31, 2017 | 02:56

But of course when Donald Trump opened his butthole mouth on the subject, it was to say that he felt police weren't brutal ENOUGH to the "thugs" they arrest! Forget yesterday's news. The police in Suffolk County in NY, where Mr. Trump made the speech, is under scrutiny by the federal justice department for its prolonged violent behaviour and racial prejudice.

by | July 31, 2017 | 02:02

The piece is one of only three in existence and was given to Neil Armstrong in Paris after he walked on the moon. The replica was made by Cartier in Paris, the police said, and given to Armstrong as a gift after the historic Apollo 11 moon landing in 1969.

by | July 31, 2017 | 01:54

A spokesman for the European Commission said Friday that European officials will be watching the US effort closely, vowing to "remain vigilant". "He may sign the sanctions exactly the way they are, or he may veto the sanctions and negotiate an even tougher deal against the Russians", Scaramucci said on CNN's "New Day", calling Trump's strategy on sanctions part of his "counterintuitive, counterpunching personality".

by | July 31, 2017 | 01:27

Trump's desire, often expressed during the 2016 presidential campaign, to improve relations has been hamstrung by findings from USA intelligence agencies that Russian Federation interfered to help the Republican against Democrat Hillary Clinton.

by | July 31, 2017 | 01:06

Embassy will lose access to "the storage facilities on Dorozhnaya Street in Moscow and the country house in Serebryany Bor". The Russian Foreign Ministry said, in response, it is ordering the U.S. It suggests instead that the pro-Russian stance Trump has taken, at least rhetorically, is not paying off - and that US-Russia relations are likely to keep getting worse for the foreseeable future.

by | July 31, 2017 | 01:05

Now, it's on President Donald Trump to sign the sanctions into law. And Congress would have quickly overturned a veto - a public repudiation that would underscore the President's impotence in this situation. Russian Federation had been threatening retaliation for weeks. Trump's former national security adviser Michael Flynn had to resign after his conversations with former Russian Ambassador Sergei Kislyak came to light, some of which are thought to have been about easing sanctions.

by | July 31, 2017 | 00:55

Spokesman Dmitry Peskov said Putin didn't wait for Trump's reaction to the sanctions bill because "the form in which it emerged from the Senate had greater significance". Now, Putin has announced the exact number of staff he's ordered the U.S. embassy in Moscow to cut. Russia's deputy foreign minister Sergei Ryabkov had said after subsequent talks in Washington that the matter was "almost" resolved.

by | July 31, 2017 | 00:49

Highs will be back into the mid 80s. Wednesday will be our warmest day of the week as highs reach the upper 80s ahead of a cold front that will push through the area Wednesday night. By Saturday , the cold front will be crossing CT, meaning there will be even more clouds, showers and thunderstorms across the state. Sunday is now looking like it will be the better of the two weekend days for outdoor activities.

by | July 31, 2017 | 00:42

The move comes after Russia has repeatedly expressed anger at Washington barring its diplomats access to two compounds in the December past year, under Barack Obama, in response to suspected Russian meddling in the USA election. However, he said Moscow and Washington were achieving results on cooperation even "in this quite hard situation". The White House signaled late Friday that President Donald Trump will sign into law a bill to strengthen sanctions against Russia , ...

by | July 31, 2017 | 00:31

But since the hiring of Anthony Scaramucci as White House communications director, Chief of Staff Reince Priebus is increasingly under fire as well. Priebus and Spicer, the former press secretary, had told the president that they believed Scaramucci, a hedge-fund manager and fundraiser, lacked the political experience and organizational skills required to serve in the role of communications director.

by | July 31, 2017 | 00:26

Following this week's collapse of Republican efforts to repeal Obamacare and on occasion replace it, the Senate majority leader, Mitch McConnell, said he's ready to move on to other issues.President Trump seems pretty stuck on the issue.

by | July 31, 2017 | 00:22

If the U.S. pushes back in ways that put Moscow on edge, for instance, by arming Ukrainian rebels with lethal weapons, a prospect the Trump administration is considering, "there will be a very strong reaction and it will be asymmetric, a reaction in areas where we're most vulnerable", Beebe said.

by | July 30, 2017 | 23:59

The exam will be conducted in two sessions on November 26 across 140 cities. The CAT tutorial would be available on its website from October 18 and results would be likely released in the second week of January next year.Ramnath Kankadandi, Course Director, CAT from TIME, said the test pattern was nearly the same as CAT-2016.

by | July 30, 2017 | 23:39

Trump's willingness to support the measure is a remarkable acknowledgement that he has yet to sell his party on his hopes for forging a warmer relationship with Moscow. The new sanctions bill would add to a raft of coordinated sanctions the United States and European Union imposed in 2014 over Russia's annexation of Crimea and its interference in the conflict in eastern Ukraine .

by | July 30, 2017 | 23:24

Trump tweeted that he is replacing Priebus as Chief of Staff with John Kelly, now Secretary of Homeland Security. Former Defense Secretary Robert Gates, whom Kelly also served as senior military assistant, noted that the retired general's legislative liaison experience gives him a lot of insight into how the government works, but military officials are simply not exposed to the politics of the place the way civilian officials are.

by | July 30, 2017 | 22:52

The order - which affects the US Embassy in Moscow and consulates in St. Petersburg, Yekaterinburg and Vladivostok - would reduce US diplomatic and technical staff to 455, the same number Russian Federation has in the United States, by September 1.

by | July 30, 2017 | 21:52

One assailant was shot dead by soldiers and the other was wounded, lying incapacitated on the ground. Elor Azaria , 20, was convicted of manslaughter in January for fatally shooting an incapacitated Palestinian assailant in the West Bank almost a year ago.

by | July 30, 2017 | 21:27

The following, "Like when you guys put somebody in the auto and you're protecting their head, you know, the way you put their hand over?" "Like when you guys put somebody in the vehicle and you're protecting their head, you know, the way you put their hand over?" "The @ POTUS made remarks today that endorsed and condoned police brutality".

by | July 30, 2017 | 21:07

A woman uses her mobile device while crossing a street May 25, 2010 in NY. The ordinance defines "mobile electronic device" as "any handheld or other portable electronic equipment capable of providing wireless and/or data communication between two or more persons or of providing amusement, including but not limited to a cellular phone, text messaging device, paging device, personal digital assistant, laptop computer, video game, or digital photographic device, but does not include any ...

by | July 30, 2017 | 20:45

Against a backdrop of intense transfer speculation linking Brazilian superstar Neymar from Barcelona to PSG and Monaco's French teen striker Kylian Mbappe to a world record move to Real Madrid, the match was played on front of a capacity 45,000 crowd in Tangiers.

by | July 30, 2017 | 19:53

In March, CA made an offer, proposing that the average pay of Australia's worldwide women's players would rise from $A79,000 to $A179,000, while the average remuneration of state cricketers would more than double to $A52,000. We have also got the fans that are involved, we have got the Australian public. the No.1 story in Australian sport, (it's) peak time for footy season, and we are talking about this.

by | July 30, 2017 | 19:48

The procession came in solidarity with the Al-Aqsa Mosque, in occupied Jerusalem, and the Palestinian worshipers, facing constant and escalating Israeli violations. But now, after the metal detectors and security cameras have been removed , what will Israeli security forces do from now on in order to maintain security? "Malaysia's participation at this meeting is a testimony of its steadfast support for the Palestinian cause", the ministry said in a statement, here today.

by | July 30, 2017 | 19:47

It was reported that no one had previously opened the mysterious package because it was not addressed to them but to someone else, only using a first name, according to police. So far, it does not appear that the explosion was an act of terror, police said on Saturday, but the investigation is ongoing. "Lot of pain, because the flames engulfed his whole top half".

by | July 30, 2017 | 19:36

The New Yorker magazine published an interview on Thursday in which Mr Scaramucci called Mr Priebus, amid an avalanche of vulgarity, a "paranoid schizophrenic". Another early departure from the Trump White House was national security adviser Michael Flynn and Mr Trump ousted Federal Bureau of Investigation director James Comey early on.

by | July 30, 2017 | 19:36

As Nesat moved away from Taiwan, tropical storm Haitang churned towards the south of the island. A 33-year-old male climber was killed Saturday after he fell into a mountain ravine in eastern Taiwan's Hualien County on Saturday, while his climbing team was rushing to leave the area before Typhoon Nesat hit Taiwan.