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U.S. London on High Alert After London Bridge Incident
Author: 0 London on High Alert After London Bridge Incident

Trump was briefed earlier about the London Bridge incident by his national security team, according to White House spokesman Sean Spicer, who said on Twitter that security officials would continue providing the president with updates. He said: "I could see on my left a further individual was having CPR performed on them by the emergency services". Armed police are also at Borough Market , which is on the south side of London Bridge .

U.S. Dodgers pitcher Clayton Kershaw gets 2000th career strikeout
Author: 0 Dodgers pitcher Clayton Kershaw gets 2000th career strikeout

It was just the start of a night full of whiffs, especially for the Brewers . Their pitchers set a franchise record with 26 strikeouts, breaking the previous mark of 22 set on August 8, 1972 in a 19-inning loss to Cincinnati. With one out in the second, he struck out Jonathan Villar with a high fastball, recording that 2000th strikeout and becoming the 79th member of the club.

U.S. Erie County Seeks to Hold Itself to Paris Climate Agreement
Author: 0 Erie County Seeks to Hold Itself to Paris Climate Agreement

On the global stage, Mr Trump's decision to withdraw the U.S. from the deal drew notable outrage. "This decision can not and will not deter all of us who feel obliged to protect this earth", Merkel declared. They both appeared on Fox News' "Fox & Friends". Meanwhile, African nations are protesting Trump's decision. The Paris deal "really put an extraordinary burden on the American economy while allowing some countries around the world like China and India to literally go a decade or more ...

U.S. Two Colorado students advance to next round in National Spelling Bee
Author: 0 Two Colorado students advance to next round in National Spelling Bee

Casper Smith (NC), right, spelled the word plesiobiosis (the association of insect colonies) correctly during the 2017 Scripps National Spelling Bee at the Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center. Part 1 of the Thursday's finals begin at 10 a.m. on ESPN 2. But she didn't score high enough on a written grammar and vocabulary test to progress to the next round.

U.S. Business Will Continue the Journey to Deliver the Paris Agreement
Author: 0 Business Will Continue the Journey to Deliver the Paris Agreement

The solar power sector already employed over 370,000 people in the United States , "far surpassing jobs in coal power generation [86,035], oil and gas extraction [about 18,000] and coal mining [about 50,000]", she said. The chief economist of business-research group The Conference Board said the potential number of jobs that might be created in fossil fuels is limited, while the potential for job growth in green technologies is much greater.

U.S. US auto sales in May likely driven by heavy discounts
Author: 0 US auto sales in May likely driven by heavy discounts

It has underperformed by 33.33% the S&P500. Narwhal Management holds 0.15% or 14,230 shares. 1832 Asset Management Lp sold 4,292 shares as Novartis A G (NVS)'s stock rose 4.17%. Commonwealth Finance Service Limited holds 0.01% or 792 shares. Manchester Capital Mgmt Lc holds 0.02% or 11,488 shares. It is 0.00% or $0 reaching $19.03 per share.

U.S. SC sites going orange in campaign against gun violence
Author: 0 SC sites going orange in campaign against gun violence

Wear Orange and National Gun Violence Awareness Day was inspired by a group of Chicago teens who asked their classmates to wear orange - the color hunters wear to protect themselves in the woods. "And being a part of this one was so far beyond anything any of us had ever imagined", Kate Watts, president, USA regions at Huge. Volunteers with the SC chapter of " Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America " will be hosting the "Wear Orange" rally on Saturday, June 3rd.

Author: 0 Kellyanne says White House won't block Comey testimony

WASHINGTON - The House intelligence committee says it is issuing subpoenas for Michael Flynn and Michael Cohen - President Donald Trump's former national security adviser and Trump's personal lawyer - as well as their businesses as part of its investigation into Russian activities during last year's election.

U.S. Minnesota officer charged in Castile shooting goes on trial
Author: 0 Minnesota officer charged in Castile shooting goes on trial

Anthony Police Officer patrolling in Falcon Heights. Police form a line in response to protesters who blocked a highway while rallying in response to the killing of Philando Castile , who was shot and killed by a suburban St. But prosecutors have not had much success convicting police officers in high-profile cases, even when the shooting is caught on video. Jury selection is set to begin in the trial of a police officer accused of fatally shooting a black motorist, a death that generated ...

Author: 0 Buildings illuminated green worldwide following USA withdrawal from climate deal

They have urged other states to join their movement. Democratic Senator Kamala Harris from California said pulling out of the Paris Agreement is an irrational decision that is a disastrous step backward, threatens the future viability of the planet for future generations and abdicates America's role of leadership.

Author: 0 You don't speak for us on climate

Rust Belt to explain why he's withdrawing from the global effort to fight climate change , saying, "I was elected to represent the citizens of Pittsburgh, not Paris ". " Canada has had more progressive policies on climate for a couple of decades than in the U.S.in general and a lot of the actions in Canada has come from the provinces as is also the case in the USA ", said Sydney Ribaux.

Author: 0 Ariana Grande to play charity show for Manchester attack victims

Police announced two new arrests Thursday in their probe, bringing the total to eight people in custody in Britain. As hundreds of British soldiers protected some of the world's most visited tourist sites in London and elsewhere, police are pressing to uncover the network that is thought to have helped Abedi in the deadly attack Monday night at the Ariana Grande concert in Manchester.

Author: 0 China likely to gain as US withdraws from Paris agreement

On Thursday, he not only called the Paris accord a bad deal, he declared its rejection to be "a reassertion of America's sovereignty". In a speech during the EU-China Business Summit, Jean-Claude Juncker said the parties agreed that worldwide solutions were needed in everything from the fight against terror to supporting global economic growth.

U.S. Cancer survivors' event is Sunday
Author: 0 Cancer survivors' event is Sunday

In the United States alone, there are more than 15.5 million people living with a history of cancer. The 2017 Relay For Life will be held at the WCS Track on Saturday, June 3, from 3 p.m.to 11 p.m. "A lot of survivors are not fortunate that have been diagnosed just with breast cancer itself, for being able to survive", Bourland said. "We want the community to come out and support the teams by coming out and walking laps themselves".

Author: 0 Weather.com trolls Trump's climate decision

Trump's decision to withdraw from the accord further dismantles Obama's legacy, as it was considered one of his signature achievements regarding climate change. "I can assure you that France will not give up the fight". "It is crucial that the United States remains a leader on environmental issues", Dujarric added.

U.S. Divers Searching for Man Who May Have Drowned in Maine Lake
Author: 0 Divers Searching for Man Who May Have Drowned in Maine Lake

Thursday and called for help. Hughes had gone canoeing alone along the eastern shore of the pond around 10 p.m. Thursday. He said Hughes was staying at the seasonal camp, which was owned by a relative. Rescuers found the overturned the canoe. After examination, Hughes will be returned to CT. The two became separated, and the friend heard him call out for help.

U.S. Putin to Megyn Kelly: US Hackers Could Have Framed Russia
Author: 0 Putin to Megyn Kelly: US Hackers Could Have Framed Russia

He said India had been working to protect the environment even before the Paris deal reached in 2015. The Prime Minister said he is at SPIEF as a representative of 1.25 billion people. He mentioned the scrapping of over 1200 laws by the Union Government. He said India has made 7,000 reforms targeting "Ease of Doing Business". The Prime Minister mentioned initiatives taken for FDI and for competitiveness.

U.S. China makes concessions to Germany on electric vehicle quotas
Author: 0 China makes concessions to Germany on electric vehicle quotas

China has responded to the US president's promises of "America first" protectionism with cross-continental overtures and an effort to present itself globally as a champion of free trade and openness. So far, 147 parties representing more than 82 percent of greenhouse gas emissions have ratified the agreement. "The summit is likely to give serious signals that it is important to uphold binding rules in a multilateral trading system", a senior European Union official said.

U.S. Man who threw baby off bridge gets 70 years in prison
Author: 0 Man who threw baby off bridge gets 70 years in prison

At the time, a jury took less than a day to convict the father. Tony Moreno is scheduled to be sentenced Wednesday in Middletown Superior Court . She said she can not forgive Moreno. "He's dead. Soon I will be too". Tony was seriously injured when he jumped off the bridge. The man previously confessed that he deliberately threw the boy off the bridge.

U.S. EU, China summit to back Paris deal regardless of Trump
Author: 0 EU, China summit to back Paris deal regardless of Trump

In Washington, Trump is under pressure from corporate CEOs, US allies, Democrats and some fellow Republicans to keep the US in a global pact to fight climate change. Former US president Barack Obama and the Chinese leadership were instrumental in building momentum toward the climate deal. China is the top emitter of man-made carbon dioxide emissions, and the United States is second.

Author: 0 Cleveland officer in Tamir Rice shooting case fired, another officer suspended

But the Critical Incident Response Committee concluded that neither Garmback nor Loehmann violated any police policies during the shooting. "Soon afterward, police drove onto the grass within feet of 12-year-old Tamir. CPPA attorney said if Loehmann was trying to hide something, he would have left Independence off his application entirely. Loehmann was not charged with Rice's death.

U.S. Trump defends Kushner, slams 'fake news' about Russian Federation ties
Author: 0 Trump defends Kushner, slams 'fake news' about Russian Federation ties

At a Tuesday press briefing, reporters asked White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer if or when Trump knew Kushner was trying to set up back channels with Russian Federation before he became president. Hope Hicks, director of strategic communications in the White House, provided a statement to CBS News. " We have back-channel communications with a number of countries".

Author: 0 President Trump Praised A Tax Reform Bill That Doesn't Exist

White House officials assured conservative groups during a Thursday meeting that Trump will leave his infrastructure plan out of any tax reform efforts, according to a source who was at the meeting. Rebuffing the requests would block "new information that could be used to attack the president", Republicans said . For those unfamiliar with institutional norms, there's no modern precedent for anything like this.

U.S. Trump marks Memorial Day with Arlington visit
Author: 0 Trump marks Memorial Day with Arlington visit

Andrew Byers , a member of the Green Berets who was killed during an attack on a Taliban bastion past year. John Kelly's other son, Johnny, is preparing for his fifth military deployment. The president then climbed the steps above the tomb to the cemetery's marble amphitheater, where he delivered his address. Monday's appearance comes as the president deals with new allegations against his son-in-law .

Author: 0 UK's May urged to take tougher line against Trump on climate

For example, Trump said during his announcement that the USA would lose $3 trillion in GDP because of the agreement , citing a report from National Economic Research Associates Economic Consulting. Youngstown, Ohio, Mayor John McNally (D) said he supports the Paris agreement in a phone interview Friday, adding he was surprised at the shoutout from Trump .

Author: 0 5 jurors picked for Cosby trial, 2 know a sex assault victim

Bill Cosby leaves after attending jury selection in his sexual assault case at the Allegheny County Courthouse, Monday, May 22, 2017, in Pittsburgh . The case against the once wildly popular actor-comedian has attracted worldwide publicity that the judge hopes to shield from jurors during the trial.

U.S. Penn State 'dead serious' about reining in Greek system, trustee says
Author: 0 Penn State 'dead serious' about reining in Greek system, trustee says

The change is among several initiatives voted by the board after the death of a 19-year-old student during an alcohol-fueled hazing ritual at a fraternity house. Resetting the relationship with its fraternity and sorority system to give Penn State more control over misconduct happening inside them is hoped will assure families their sons and daughters' safety is paramount, a university official said.

U.S. Jurors and Alternates in Place For Cosby Sex Assault Case
Author: 0 Jurors and Alternates in Place For Cosby Sex Assault Case

The jurors chosen so far include three white men and two white women. Cosby's lawyers had asked for an outside jury because the case was a 2015 campaign issue in Montgomery County, where Cosby is accused of drugging and molesting a Temple University employee in 2004.