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Global News Six people injured as vehicle ploughs into crowd in Los Angeles
Author: 0 Six people injured as vehicle ploughs into crowd in Los Angeles

The patients taken to the hospital in serious condition were described as a 30-year-old man, an 18-year-old woman and a 28-year-old woman, LAFD's Stewart said in the alert. An off-duty firefighter was in the crowd and did not need to be taken to the hospital, Stewart said. Video footage from a news helicopter show a white van coming to rest on the sidewalk.

Author: 0 Arrests in Sydney related to possible plane bomb plot

Investigators said they seized materials in the raids that could have been used to make an improvised explosive device. "We believe it's Islamic-inspired terrorism", Colvin said when asked if the Islamic State group was behind the plot. "I have been kept closely briefed on the progress of the operations by the heads of our relevant security agencies". That our co-ordination is swifter than ever before.

Global News 'Abnormal': Sally Yates Shreds Trump for Firing Comey, Bullying Sessions
Author: 0 'Abnormal': Sally Yates Shreds Trump for Firing Comey, Bullying Sessions

Mr Trump has expressed disappointment with Mr Sessions for recusing himself from the inquiry into alleged Russian Federation meddling in the U.S. election. The congressman recommended Trump meet with Sessions, voice his concerns and make changes as needed. Jeff Sessions (R-AL) is sworn in to testify at a Senate Judiciary Committee confirmation hearing to become USA attorney general on Capitol Hill in Washington .

Global News United States to work with allies after Russian Federation sanctions
Author: 0 United States to work with allies after Russian Federation sanctions

On Thursday, the US Senate overwhelmingly approved a bill to toughen sanctions on Russian Federation for allegedly meddling in the 2016 US presidential election and for its annexation of Crimea in 2014. He said there have been many attempts by the United States over the years to try anew with Russian Federation, but the list of successes was short. He said he hoped for cooperation with Russian Federation that would make the sanctions unnecessary.

Global News Boston Police Department responds to Trump's speech to law enforcement
Author: 0 Boston Police Department responds to Trump's speech to law enforcement

It's like they were just waiting (or not really, given how violent police officers can be with certain people) for a reason to give up caring about, well, anything aside from being violent towards those they arrest. Trump was speaking Friday at Suffolk County Community College in Brentwood on Long Island. Violations of those rules are treated extremely seriously.

Global News Gold replica of lunar module stolen from Neil Armstrong museum in Ohio
Author: 0 Gold replica of lunar module stolen from Neil Armstrong museum in Ohio

Only three such replicas exist: Cartier made one for Armstrong and two more for Buzz Aldrin and Michael Collins, the other two Apollo 11 astronauts. Police said the value of the item can not be determined. A burglary alarm alerted officers to a break in at the museum just before midnight Friday, according to a Wapakoneta Police Department news release.

Global News 20 years of United States trade with Russian Federation
Author: 0 20 years of United States trade with Russian Federation

White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders says in a statement that Trump read early drafts of the bill and "negotiated regarding critical elements of it". That a bill to hit back at Russian Federation would be the singular accomplishment so far underscores how the angrily contested 2016 election continues to reverberate on Capitol Hill.

Global News Mulvaney: Senate Shouldn't 'Move On' Until Health Care Gets Done
Author: 0 Mulvaney: Senate Shouldn't 'Move On' Until Health Care Gets Done

And on Wednesday, he said Congress shouldn't leave town until it had a health care plan hammered out. "They need to stay, they need to work, they need to pass something and I think that's not only the official White House position on this right now, it's sort of the national attitude towards it".

Global News US Issues Statement on Sanctions against Russia, Iran, N. Korea
Author: 0 US Issues Statement on Sanctions against Russia, Iran, N. Korea

The US sanctions bill also included measures against Iran and North Korea and was passed over Russia's 2014 annexation of Crimea and its alleged interference in the 2016 US election. The legislation heads to President Donald Trump. The Russian Foreign Ministry said it was also seizing a Moscow dacha compound used by US diplomats for recreation, from August 1, as well as a USA diplomatic warehouse in Moscow.

Global News The lovely weather will last into the work week
Author: 0 The lovely weather will last into the work week

A cold front will bring the chance for scattered storms Friday evening. The record low for Monday is 58° set in 1936. Since the front will line up along the eastern side of the trough and run parallel to the upper level winds from the SW, it will be very slow to move across New England.

Global News Priebus out the day after that slashing attack by Trump's new man
Author: 0 Priebus out the day after that slashing attack by Trump's new man

Trump appointed Kelly, a retired Marine general, to secretary of Homeland Security on December 7, 2016 and he was confirmed on January, 20, 2017 the first day of Trump's administration. "It has been one of the greatest honours of my life to serve this President and our country". They accomplished a lot together. Priebus previously served as the Republican National Committee chairman and RNC General Counsel.

Global News Russian Federation warns of further retaliation after USA sanctions
Author: 0 Russian Federation warns of further retaliation after USA sanctions

Senate passed legislation 98-2 to expand economic sanctions against Russian Federation, along with Iran and North Korea . The Foreign Ministry said in a statement Friday evening that Minister Lavrov told Secretary Tillerson in a phone call earlier that day that Russia's decision was "triggered by a number of hostile steps" the USA has recently taken.

Global News CAT 2017 to be held on November 26, registrations begin August 9
Author: 0 CAT 2017 to be held on November 26, registrations begin August 9

Test cities and centres will be assigned to the candidates only after the last date for CAT 2017 registration and hence candidates need not rush to block slots and cities in the initial days of registration. 3 hours. Registration can be done online via credit or debit cards and net banking. In CAT 2017, some questions in each section may not be of multiple choice type.

Global News Embattled Trump replaces chief of staff
Author: 0 Embattled Trump replaces chief of staff

Since entering the White House six months ago, Trump has parted company with his national security advisor, deputy national security advisor, Federal Bureau of Investigation director, press secretary, communications director, acting attorney general, deputy chief of staff and now chief of staff, a turnover of top officials that is unparalleled in United States political history.

Global News Manslaughter conviction upheld for soldier who shot wounded Palestinian
Author: 0 Manslaughter conviction upheld for soldier who shot wounded Palestinian

Israeli media reports say that Sgt. Elor Azaria's appeal gave the court no grounds to overturn his conviction. "It is unfortunate that such an excelling soldier committed such a bad error", the court wrote in its judgement. "When the subject comes up [in the context of pardon deliberations], I will offer my recommendation for a pardon to the relevant authorities", Netanyahu tweeted.

Global News Police Condemn Trump for Speech 'Condoning Law Enforcement Brutality'
Author: 0 Police Condemn Trump for Speech 'Condoning Law Enforcement Brutality'

Trump also spoke dismissively of the practice by which arresting officers shield the heads of handcuffed suspects as they are placed in police cars. "I said, 'You can take the hand away, OK?'" Don't hit their head? In a speech today, president Donald Trump encouraged police officers to be rough with suspects, essentially endorsing brutal behavior that has plagued United States police forces for decades.

Global News Trump's New Lawyer for Russia Probe Praises Mueller
Author: 0 Trump's New Lawyer for Russia Probe Praises Mueller

Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.), who on Thursday explicitly warned the president against meddling with the investigation into possible collusion between the Trump campaign and Russian Federation during the 2016 election. Graham said he was crafting the legislation because "we need a check and balance here" and that the bill will apply to Trump as well as all future presidents.

Global News Exploding package critically burns man in Queens
Author: 0 Exploding package critically burns man in Queens

NYPD Chief of Detectives Robert Boyce said the package detonated around 4:15 p.m. The landlord remains in the hospital in critical condition with second degree burns covering 80 percent of his body. "He was screaming out in pain, a lot of pain, he was engulfed, the flames engulfed his whole top half". "Can't say it was random or targeted", he said.

Global News Taiwan braces for second storm after Typhoon Nesat injures 103
Author: 0 Taiwan braces for second storm after Typhoon Nesat injures 103

The typhoon, the first of the year for Taiwan, caught travellers by surprise and delayed at least three outbound flights. The typhoon made landfall on the northeast coast of Taiwan Saturday evening with maximum sustained winds of 137 kilometers (85 miles) per hour and gusts of up to 173 kph (107 mph).

Author: 0 Arab states open to dialogue with Qatar if demands are met

The quartet presented in late June a list of 13 demands to Qatar as preconditions for resuming diplomatic ties and ending their sanctions. Qatar has denied the accusations and called the collective decision "unjustified". Saudi Foreign Minister Adel Al Jubeir said their demands "cannot be negotiated", adding steps taken by his country along with the UAE, Bahrain and Egypt were "sovereign and within worldwide accords".

Global News Trump sweeps GOP pros out of the White House
Author: 0 Trump sweeps GOP pros out of the White House

One by one, he's been checking off the items in Trump's other executive orders on immigration, including widening the scope of immigrants who are considered a priority for deportation and opening a federal office to help the victims of crimes committed by undocumented immigrants to the US.

Author: 0 Trump pushes out chief of staff

Trump (@realDonaldTrump) July 28, 2017I would like to thank Reince Priebus for his service and dedication to his country. The lone voice coming to Priebus' defense Thursday was House Majority Leader Paul Ryan, who called the fellow Wisconsinite a "close friend" and said , "I think he's doing a great job as chief of staff".

Global News Trump threat: End health payments unless there's an overhaul
Author: 0 Trump threat: End health payments unless there's an overhaul

We are hopeful that, as this process moves forward, lawmakers will demonstrate their determination to meet these standards that the American people both expect and deserve", Pollack said. "Efforts to protect our hospitals and their patients must start now by averting damaging cuts to Medicaid disproportionate share hospital payments, set to start October 1".

Global News Trump names new White House Chief of Staff
Author: 0 Trump names new White House Chief of Staff

He is a loyalist from the early campaign days but is not afraid to tell the president when he thinks he is making a mistake. Trump also thanked Priebus for his service. "I'm doing great", Priebus said. "He has been a true star of my Administration", Trump tweeted. Scaramucci was the latest top aide to be granted a direct line to Trump, and it became increasingly unclear who actually reported to Priebus.

Global News Confident England face France at women's Euro
Author: 0 Confident England face France at women's Euro

Echouafni is in his first worldwide job in the women's game after being sacked by Sochaux in France's men's Ligue 2 division. In the quarter-final in Deventer, they will miss captain Wendie Renard , who has picked up two yellow cards. 'We've got to be clear with this history stuff - whatever's happened before gives them no advantage come the first whistle tomorrow, ' he said on Saturday night.

Global News Son of Former Brick Mayor Dies After Jump from NYC Building
Author: 0 Son of Former Brick Mayor Dies After Jump from NYC Building

It happened on 33rd Street in Midtown Manhattan between Park and Madison Avenues. The notes, sealed in Ziploc bags along with identification, presumably to avoid damage and confusion, reflected two wounded parents explaining the desperation of a downward financial spiral , and begging for their children, Isabella, 20 and Joseph, 19 to be cared for by those who remain.

Author: 0 Barcelona vs Real Madrid in Miami

Both the clubs are touring the U.S. at the moment and the piece de resistance of the pre-season tournament comes in the shape of this El Clasico . Neymar departed on 72 minutes in what could have been his final performance in Barcelona colors.

Global News Shorten's drive for national republic vote
Author: 0 Shorten's drive for national republic vote

We are Australians. Our head of state should be an Australian, too. "The first, clear question we ask the people should be whether we want an Australian head of state", Shorten said in his speech. He was merely trying to distract from his lack of a plan for the economy and jobs. The call for a single-question referendum could cause difficulties for Australia's Prime Minister , a prominent republican himself.