• London blaze: Mother throws baby out the window from 9th floor
London blaze: Mother throws baby out the window from 9th floor

Almost 78 people were injured, and 34 remain in hospitals across London - 18 of them in critical condition. A "good half" of the building has yet to be searched according to Fire Commissioner Dany Cotton, who explained that additional shoring up was needed for firefighters to access the upper floors.

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  • Emergency meeting with EVERY high-rise landlord called in Manchester after Grenfell fire
Emergency meeting with EVERY high-rise landlord called in Manchester after Grenfell fire

The Grammy-winning musician was at the place of the disaster around midnight, according to an eyewitness. Newham Council has sought to allay fears that the building is a hazard following the massive fire on Wednesday morning which engulfed Grenfell Tower and killed at least 17 people and left 74 injured.

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  • DUP deal with May not likely before next week
DUP deal with May not likely before next week

Adams' claim comes after former Conservative Prime Minister John Major voiced his serious reservations about a deal between the Tories and the DUP to prop up the Conservative government. 'And we told her very directly that she was in breach of the Good Friday agreement and we itemised those matters in which she was dilatory or in default in relat...

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  • Other view: Scalise shooting: Playing congressional baseball game shows needed unity
Other view: Scalise shooting: Playing congressional baseball game shows needed unity

Peter King, R-Iowa, Newt Gingrich, Rush Limbaugh and others to blame it on the left's harsh criticism of President Trump. He died after officers in Scalise's security detail fired back at him. A law enforcement official says the gunman who wounded a top Republican congressman and several other people during an early morning baseball practice lega...

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  • White House now a crime scene
White House now a crime scene

President Trump has so far made no comments on the latest report . Grassley on Tuesday stopped short of ruling out establishing a congressional investigation into the question of whether Trump obstructed justice. Mr Mueller was named as a special counsel by Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein , eight days after Mr Comey's dismissal to lead ...

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  • Sessions: No collusion, no stonewalling, no recall
Sessions: No collusion, no stonewalling, no recall

Sessions said , "I think he's incorrect", and added that he felt Comey had been in the DOJ for so long that he "knew those policies probably a good deal better than I do". Comey's failure to follow protocol became a topic of Attorney General Jeff Sessions's testimony before the Senate intelligence committee on June 13, regarding Comey's accou...

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  • Trump expresses more frustration over Russian Federation investigation
Trump expresses more frustration over Russian Federation investigation

It is not clear whether the White House could use executive privilege to try to block them from speaking to the investigators. Trump responded to reports he is personally being investigated for obstruction of justice with a characteristic scorched earth defense: claiming mistreatment of historic proportions and calling into question the pro...

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  • Mueller meets with Senate Russia investigators - KXLF.com | Continuous News | Butte, Montana
Mueller meets with Senate Russia investigators - KXLF.com | Continuous News | Butte, Montana

Former Federal Bureau of Investigation director James Comey told Congress last week he believes he was sacked by Mr Trump to undermine the agency's Russian Federation probe. The Post previously reported that Trump had called Coats and Rogers and asked them to publicly deny there was any evidence linking the Trump campaign to Russia's me...

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  • London fire: PM May orders public inquiry
London fire: PM May orders public inquiry

Many people from the lower floors had a chance to escape the Grenfell Tower inferno, including some who were alerted by Muslim residents who were awake for their early-morning suhoor dinner - a meal eaten before fasting during the holy month of Ramadan.

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  • Rodman says trying to 'open doors' between US, North Korea
Rodman says trying to 'open doors' between US, North Korea

Speaking at the news conference held after a three-week trip to North Korea , Stephen Linton, Chairman of the Eugene Bell Foundation, said Seoul was asking for sensitive information from NGOs that many were not comfortable handing over. Officials in Washington and Pyongyang said Rodman played no role in the release. It is home to arguably the ...

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  • Trump rips reports of obstruction probe, 'phony collusion' case
Trump rips reports of obstruction probe, 'phony collusion' case

The special counsel investigating Russian meddling in last year's presidential election has reportedly expanded the probe and is examining whether President Trump obstructed justice . Investigators for the special counsel investigating questions of Russian interference in the 2016 election will soon speak to senior intelligence officials, a s...

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  • FIFA gives refs procedures to combat discrimination at Confederations Cup
FIFA gives refs procedures to combat discrimination at Confederations Cup

Federation Internationale de Football Association has fallen short of its commitment to protect workers on Russia's World Cup stadiums who have been forced to do backbreaking labour in freezing conditions without appropriate clothing and not knowing if they will be paid, according to Human Rights Watch .

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  • Farmers begin their agitation; block highways in Haryana, Rajasthan
Farmers begin their agitation; block highways in Haryana, Rajasthan

However, the ambulances were give way by the protesting farmers. "At a meeting in the national capital on Saturday, the Rashtriya Kisan Mahasangh, a group of 62 farmers' unions, announced that it will block traffic for three hours on all national highways across the country", Bharatiya Kisan Union leader from Haryana Gurnam Singh said.

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  • Blast at China kindergarten; reports of casualties
Blast at China kindergarten; reports of casualties

Officials from the city of Xuzhou, which administers the county, confirmed that seven people had died and said 66 had been injured in the explosion, nine of them seriously. Some people on China's Twitter-like Weibo website said the use of gas canisters by food stalls posed a danger. Last month 11 kindgarteners were killed in China when their scho...

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  • Trump to Tout Apprenticeships as a Way to Fill Jobs Gap
Trump to Tout Apprenticeships as a Way to Fill Jobs Gap

President Donald Trump endorsed the idea of apprenticeships for USA young people on Tuesday. The plan follows a week spent on infrastructure in which the president remained vague about his policies in hopes of starting a conversation. Apprenticeships, she added, put more people to work as they upgrade their skills. Before exiting Air Force On...

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  • Sanders 'sickened' by congressional shooter 'who apparently volunteered for my campaign'
Sanders 'sickened' by congressional shooter 'who apparently volunteered for my campaign'

Louis. Hodgkinson was a member of many anti-Republican groups on Facebook , including "The Road to Hell Is Paved With Republicans", "Terminate The Republican Party ", and " Donald Trump is not my President", his profile showed before it was taken down.

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  • United States congressman Steve Scalise still critical after Washington shooting
United States congressman Steve Scalise still critical after Washington shooting

Scalise remained listed in critical condition Thursday night after multiple surgeries, though word came from the hospital during the game that he had improved. Many fans, including ones who identified as Democrats, carried signs that read "Scalise Strong" or "Geaux Scalise". The baseball tradition is said to have forged a friendship between R...

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  • Gunman was angry with Trump's policies
Gunman was angry with Trump's policies

The FBI is seeking more information about Alexandria shooter James T. Hodgkinson and his motive behind the attack, which left Rep. Steve Scalise , R-Louisiana, and four others wounded . The gunman was identified as James T. Hodgkinson , 66, of IL. But over the years, he had also had a number of scrapes with the police. She explained, her...

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  • Congressional staffers boo Trump at unity baseball game
Congressional staffers boo Trump at unity baseball game

Four others were wounded. The annual Congressional Baseball Game pits Republicans against Democrats, but this year the focus has turned to showing unity in the wake of the shooting . "I have a feeling that Steve has made a great sacrifice but there could be some unity brought to our country". He noted in an apparent reference to Trump that...

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  • Special prosecutor 'investigating business dealings of Trump's son-in-law Jared Kushner'
Special prosecutor 'investigating business dealings of Trump's son-in-law Jared Kushner'

US President Donald Trump today ridiculed as "phony" and " witch hunt " claims about collusion between Russian Federation and his associates after media reports that he is being investigated for possible obstruction of justice . Mueller wants to interview Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats and National Security Agency Director M...

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