World Media

by | June 30, 2018 | 10:34

The victims were Wendi Winters , 65, editor and community reporter; Rebecca Smith , 34, sales assistant; Robert Hiaasen, 59, assistant editor and columnist; Gerald Fischman , 61, editorial writer; and John McNamara , 56, reporter and editor.

by | June 30, 2018 | 10:11

The White House's Office of Legislative Affairs, which typically coordinates phone calls from Congress to the president, tried to kill the call when it realized Menendez had not tried to reach Trump. "You went through a tough, tough situation - and I don't think a very fair situation - but congratulations", Trump says on the call. In a statement, Menendez said he would be glad to have an actual conversation with Trump on immigration.

by | June 30, 2018 | 09:45

Most Democrats and progressive groups are bracing for a generational battle, fearing that abortion rights, LGBT rights and the Affordable Care Act's coverage of those with pre-existing conditions will all be in jeopardy if President Donald Trump's eventual nominee is confirmed.

by | June 30, 2018 | 08:50

Appearing by video before he was denied bail, he appeared to watch attentively but never spoke. His public defenders had no immediate comment outside court. Author Carl Hiaasen says his brother, veteran journalist Rob Hiaasen , is among the five killed in the shooting attack on a Maryland newspaper. "I think that news organizations of all sizes have to think very seriously about the security of their offices and access inside your building", said Frank Smyth, executive director of Global ...

by | June 30, 2018 | 08:08

Police recovered the suspect's auto and searched his apartment, where they discovered evidence showing of his planning, but no other details were given about what was found. Shock at the shooting came from as far away as Vienna, where the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe's media freedom representative said: "An attack against the press is an attack against democracy".

by | June 30, 2018 | 07:19

One reporter asked Bolton whether he felt it was appropriate for Trump and Putin to meet given that Russian Federation has not changed any of its behavior in the past. Trump is expected to meet Putin at the end of a July trip to Europe, where he'll attend a North Atlantic Treaty Organisation summit in Brussels and make a long-delayed visit to the United Kingdom.

by | June 30, 2018 | 07:14

Republicans and Democrats in the Senate can not work together, stalling every effort. The sitting Senator also voted against the confirmation of Neil Gorsuch , and joined the Democratic filibuster in attempt to block Gorsuch. The bill would have allowed the government to use money from a $7 billion fund to build new detention facilities, and lift the cap prohibiting the government from detaining accompanied children for more than 20 days, a provision Democrats claim would allow the ...

by | June 30, 2018 | 07:03

He also met with the three Democratic senators who broke ranks to support Gorsuch, Joe Donnelly, Heidi Heitkamp, and Joe Manchin. President Trump and Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy , who announced his retirement on Wednesday, at the public swearing-in ceremony for Justice Neil Gorsuch at the White House in April 2017.

by | June 30, 2018 | 06:19

The president delivered remarks addressing Thursday's shooting inside the Capital Gazette newsroom. The gunman entered the Capital Gazette newspaper group on Thursday afternoon and opened fired through a glass door, looked for victims and then sprayed the newsroom with gunfire, police and a witness said.

by | June 30, 2018 | 06:16

Since then, the Tories have launched their own "defend local jobs tour", to hear from workers and businesses impacted by the tariffs and threats of further trade action; while the NDP got unanimous consent from all sides in the House of Commons to pass a motion backing Canadian steel, aluminum, and supply management sectors, while condemning "disparaging ad-hominem statements by USA officials".

by | June 30, 2018 | 03:50

China views the island as a sacred part of its territory. Still, both analysts and state media flagged the Pentagon chief's visit as a sign that the USA and China were willing to find common ground amid their differences. While the two nations have disagreed over these issues, Chinese President Xi Jinping told Mattis that "it has always been known that the real experts on military affairs do not want to employ military means to solve issues".

by | June 30, 2018 | 01:58

Chief Altomare also he confirmed that investigators used facial recognition technology to identify the suspect, but said previous reports that Ramos had mutilated his own fingertips to make identification more hard were not true. The shooter , 38-year-old Jerrod Ramos, held a personal grudge against the Capital Gazette over a story the paper published about him years ago. Capital Gazette publishes a stable of newspapers in and around Annapolis, home of the U.S.

by | June 30, 2018 | 01:11

Spokeswoman Stephanie Grisham said Wednesday that the facilities to be visited "might not be at the border" and housed people believed to have illegally crossed into the U.S. Melania Trump seemingly left her controversial jacket at home for her latest trip. "She'll continue to give her husband her opinion on what her thoughts are on family reunification", Grimshaw also told reporters.

by | June 29, 2018 | 19:32

The account was silent since January 2016, however, moments before the shooting , the account published a tweet that said, "F**k you, leave me alone". Maryland police officers block the intersection at the building entrance after the shooting . Jarrod Warren Ramos - the 38-year-old Laurel man accused of using a long-arm shotgun to blast through the doors at the Capital Gazette in Annapolis and gun down five employees - is charged with first-degree murder in the targeted attack, court ...

by | June 29, 2018 | 19:15

EURACTIV Germany's media partner "Der Tagesspiegel" reports . "I did not undersign any specific agreement with Merkel" on taking back migrants, he added. The agreed language remains vague. The summit agreed to launch the second tranche under the EU-Turkey deal of July 2016, although it omits to mention its price tag of €3 billion.

by | June 29, 2018 | 18:50

In the final scene, the shadowy figure holds up the secret envelope as real footage of Trump praising Agalarov flashes onscreen, before cutting to a laughing North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un impersonator eating popcorn. Agalarov also pays off Daniels, who claimed to have a sexual encounter with the president in 2006, in an elevator. A Russian singer linked to the infamous 2016 Trump Tower meeting released a music video Monday trolling the allegations of ties between the Trump campaign and ...

by | June 29, 2018 | 18:42

India, the world's top defense importer, had been in talks with Russian Federation to buy missile systems when the sanctions were announced and New Delhi has said the embargo would not affect ties to Moscow. India last week announced a plan to raise tariffs on 29 USA imports in retaliation for the US decision to include India in its list of countries covered by higher steel and aluminium duties.

by | June 29, 2018 | 17:55

Merkel also stated that she does not expect a total agreement on the migration issue at the Summit of Heads of State and Government of the European Union, to be held on June 28 and 29. "There will also be a discussion about secondary migration, how do we treat each other fairly inside (the free-travel zone of) Schengen, how can we find a reasonable balance", she added.

by | June 29, 2018 | 17:27

The teenager had been found guilty of the premeditated murder of a man she said raped her after being forced to marry him at the age of 16 by her father. I said no so he dragged me by my arm into the bedroom and his cousin slapped me. His uncle held me down by my legs and each of the other two held down my arms.

by | June 29, 2018 | 17:10

NY and California are among the states which have launched legal action against the president as pressure mounts on his administration to reconnect families separated at the U.S. NY state announced last week that it planned to sue the Trump administration over family separations. "This unlawful practice exacerbates the trauma already suffered by refugee families while simultaneously artificially increasing illegal entry violations".