Mueller indictment sheds new light on Russia timeline
The Special Counsel investigation released new information about Russian interference in the 2016 campaign with the indictment of 12 Russian nationals.
07/15/2018 - 02:16 AM
Protests Erupt After Chicago Police Fatally Shoot Man Identified As Local Black Barber
An intense protest broke out in Chicago on Saturday evening after a police
07/15/2018 - 12:37 AM
Trump Says Putin Is ‘Probably' Ruthless, But Defends Him Anyway
In the lead-up to his controversial summit with Vladimir Putin, President
07/15/2018 - 10:09 AM
Massive Rogue Iceberg Threatens Greenland Community
A monumentally huge iceberg is floating dangerously close to a Greenland
07/15/2018 - 01:43 AM
Woman berated for Puerto Rico shirt speaks out
“I am proud of being able to say I’m an American and I am Puerto Rican,” Mia Irizarry, who was harassed in a Chicago park last month over her Puerto Rico shirt, said. She tells NBC News’ Ron Mott how and why she kept so calm during the verbal attack.
07/14/2018 - 12:01 PM
Judge commends family reunification, eyes next deadline
SAN DIEGO (AP) — A federal judge on Friday commended Trump administration efforts to reunify young children and families separated at the border but also said he plans to watch closely as a deadline approaches involving older children.
07/14/2018 - 03:25 AM
Gaza police say blast kills two, cause being investigated
Police in Gaza said they are investigating the cause of a blast which killed a man and his son in the enclave on Sunday. The explosion came hours after a ceasefire ended a fierce flare-up in fighting between Israel and Gaza militants, but police did not suggest Israel was responsible. "An explosion took place this morning in a house west of Gaza City," police spokesman Ayman al-Batnijiy said.
07/15/2018 - 03:05 AM
Police involved shootings in Massachusetts, Missouri leave one officer dead, three injured
Officer Mike Chesna of Weymouth, Massachusetts, was killed when responding to a call on Sunday morning, while in Kansas City, a person of interest fired at least 50 shots at officers wounding three.
07/15/2018 - 11:57 AM
Germany agrees to take share of 450 migrants awaiting fate on ships off Italy
Germany has agreed to take 50 of 450 migrants rescued from an overcrowded boat in the Mediterranean following a plea from Italy for EU states to share responsibility. Sunday's show of goodwill came after France and Malta had already agreed to take 50 migrants each in response to letters sent to the governments of the 27 other EU members by Giuseppe Conte, the Italian prime minister, asking them to share responsibility with Rome. It also came as Horst Seehofer, the German interior minister, confirmed that Bavarian state police would be given the power to patrol the state's southern border with Austria as a part of a series of new measures aimed at clamping down on migrant arrivals. Mr Seehofer said on Sunday that Bavarian police would be able to conduct checks at the Austrian border “at the request or with the consent of federal police,” after it was questioned whether it was legal for such power to be granted to them. The number of people crossing the German-Austrian border illegally has dropped sharply since a dramatic influx of migrants in 2015. However, with the Bavarian regional elections in October, Mr Seehofer’s Christian Social Union (CSU), which governs in Bavaria, is under pressure to take a hard line on migration. Earlier this month Mr Seehofer threatened to resign if chancellor Angela Merkel failed to come up with a European solution, or to allow him to implement tougher border controls. The migrants were saved by two ships, one operated by EU border agency Frontex and one owned by Italy's tax police Credit: JORGE GUERRERO/ AFP Following the row, which threatened to tear apart the coalition government, Angela Merkel's Christian Democratic Union (CDU) and her Bavarian counterparts reached an agreement on how to control migration at the German-Austrian border. Germany is also under pressure to share the burden of accepting and hosting new migrant arrivals from outside the bloc, as was pledged at an EU summit in Brussels last month. In light of the talks, the German government on Sunday agreed to take in its migrants who were picked up near the Italian island of Linosa, close to Malta, having sailed from Libya in a single wooden vessel. "Germany and Italy have agreed that, in view of the ongoing talks on closer bilateral cooperation on asylum, Germany is ready to accept 50 people in this case," a German government spokeswoman said on Sunday. Immigrant relations map migrant immigration Europe Italy Mr Conte said his country would help the migrants, but needed other members of the EU to share the burden. “This is the solidarity and responsibility that we have always asked of Europe and now, after the results obtained at the last European Council, they are beginning to become reality,” Mr Conte wrote in a Facebook post on Sunday afternoon. "Let's continue on this path with firmness and respect for human rights," he added. However the Czech Republic refused his request and Andrej Babis, the prime minister, tweeted that the approach was the "road to hell". Boats should instead be stopped and turned back, he said, and migrants should be helped in their own countries. The migrants were saved by two ships, one operated by EU border agency Frontex and one owned by Italy's tax police. As they awaited to learn their destiny, another day's worth of food and beverages was sent to the ships on Sunday. By late afternoon, passengers suffering from dehydration, pregnant women and some babies, including a newborn a few days old, had been taken ashore in Pozzallo. Italian media said a woman weighing 35 kilos (77 pounds) after months of malnourishment in Libya was among them. Sky TG24 TV reported that many of the rescued passengers originally are from Eritrea. On Sunday night Matteo Salvini, Italy's interior minister, said he will allow some but not all migrants to disembark in Sicily from the overcrowded boat. "I am monitoring the situation of two ships travelling in Italian waters... there are 16 mothers and 11 children who will disembark in the next few minutes, hours...," Mr Salvini told TV channel RaiNews24.
07/15/2018 - 02:21 PM
Florida town closes beaches after two shark bites reported within minutes of each other
Several Florida beaches have been closed after two people were reportedly bitten by sharks within a few minutes of each other. The City of Fernandina Beach announced the water would be off limits on Friday after officials responded to two reported attacks within the space of five minutes. Tia Walker, who witnessed the first incident, said she had been in the water for just five minutes when she heard another swimmer screaming.
07/14/2018 - 11:02 AM
Over 400 items found in UK nerve agent poison probe
LONDON (AP) — British police said Saturday that search teams have found over 400 items as part of the investigation into the poisoning of two Britons by the nerve agent Novichok — but searches will likely take many more weeks as officers seek further evidence.
07/14/2018 - 01:04 PM
White CVS manager calls police after not recognizing black woman's coupon
The incident went viral after Chicago resident Camilla Hudson wrote about it on Facebook.
07/15/2018 - 01:09 PM
Sassy Merriam-Webster Trolls Trump On 'Foe'
The increasingly saucy writers behind the Merriam-Webster Dictionary Twitter
07/15/2018 - 09:41 PM
California Democratic Party Snubs Dianne Feinstein
In a stunning rebuke, the California Democratic Party declined to endorse Sen.
07/15/2018 - 09:33 AM
Why Is Ice Cream So Expensive? Here's What The Artisanal Kind Requires.
Ice cream is one of the sweetest ways to cool down when it's hot out, but you
07/14/2018 - 05:45 AM
Haiti's prime minister quits amid backlash over fuel price protests
PORT-AU-PRINCE (Reuters) - Haitian Prime Minister Jack Guy Lafontant resigned on Saturday as he faced a non-confidence vote after a move to lower fuel subsidies prompted days of violent protests in the impoverished Caribbean nation. In a speech to the Lower Chamber that was broadcast live on television, Lafontant defended his tenure but said that Haiti's President Jovenel Moise had accepted his resignation. Earlier this month, the Haitian government announced a reduction of fuel subsidies as part of an agreement with the International Monetary Fund (IMF).
07/14/2018 - 07:17 PM
Aviation giants fly into Farnborough under Brexit cloud
Top global plane makers land at the Farnborough airshow in England next week, hoping to pick up speed on demand for passenger jets while charting a path through Brexit and trade war turbulence. This year's sector showpiece event, opening Monday, will be buzzing on the back of rapid changes in the industry, as US titan Boeing and European arch rival Airbus vie for superiority in the skies. Chicago-headquartered Boeing could signal plans for its new midsize airplane (NMA), but reports suggest this could be derailed by the festering global trade war spearheaded by US President Donald Trump.
07/14/2018 - 02:39 AM
Six-year-old heard in ProPublica US border separation tape reunited with mother
A six-year-old girl who was recorded crying in a detention centre after being separated from her mother at the US-Mexico border has been reunited with her. The mother, Cindy Madrid, who had fled from El Salvador, was reunited with her daughter Alisson at Houston airport after weeks apart. Last month Alisson was heard on a tape published by ProPublica, reciting a phone number for her family as she was detained. At a press conference in Houston, Alisson, speaking though an interpreter, said: "I was away from her for a month and I was really happy when I saw her. I was happy because I was able to see her and hug her." Her mother said: "It's so hard for a parent to be away from their kids. I was so desperate." The family's lawyer said they would be living together in Houston before an asylum hearing at an as yet unknown date. The mother had been held at a detention centre in Houston and her daughter had been taken to one in Arizona. Under the "zero tolerance" policy employed by US President Donald Trump they were separated after crossing the border illegally. Mr Trump later reversed the policy. Donald Trump's shameful border policy is alienating his supporters It came as a judge in California ordered the Trump administration to pay the costs of reuniting illegal immigrant parents with children separated from them at the border, rather than forcing the parents to pay. The US government is still working to reunite more than 2,500 children with their parents.
07/14/2018 - 11:18 AM
Elon Musk launches baseless attack on Thai cave rescue diver
Elon Musk came under fire on Sunday after launching an extraordinary and baseless attack on a British diver who masterminded the successful rescue of 12 young Thai footballers, falsely calling him a “pedo” on social media. Mr Musk’s shocking attack on expert cave explorer Vernon Unsworth included claims that he had never seen Mr Unsworth at the cave and - the false claim - that he was a paedophile. The attack by Mr Musk, 47, came after the experienced cave diver rubbished the Telsa CEO’s plans to use a miniature submarine to save the boys. Vernon Unsworth, who led the rescue operation, had earlier accused the tech entrepreneur of creating a "PR stunt", saying Mr Musk "can stick his submarine where it hurts". "It just had absolutely no chance of working. He had no conception of what the cave passage was like," Mr Unsworth told CNN last week. "The submarine, I believe, was about five-foot-six long, rigid, so it wouldn't have gone round corners or round any obstacles." A "tiny kid-sized submarine" produced by Elon Musk's Space X rocket company being tested in a swimming pool in California Credit: AP In a series of tweets, presented without evidence, responding to a journalist, Mr Musk shot back.: “Never saw this British expat guy who lives in Thailand (sus) at any point when we were in the caves. Only people in sight were the Thai navy/army guys, who were great. Thai navy seals escorted us in — total opposite of wanting us to leave.” In case his use of “(sus)” left room for doubt, Mr Musk doubled-down on his remarks, adding in later tweets: “Sorry pedo guy, you really did ask for it”. Mr Musk has since deleted the tweets. Neither Mr Musk or Mr Unsworth could be reached for comment on Sunday evening. Why Elon Musk is the Donald Trump of the tech world It is understood that Mr Unsworth has expert local knowledge of the Tham Luang cave system where the boys were trapped, and has several years of experience diving there. Mr Musk had earlier been mocked online after the Thai football team and its coach were rescued without the help of his submarine. Mr Musk has also previously said he would be more careful over his use of Twitter, after shareholders called for a period of “peace” in the wake of a number of social media rows. “I have made the mistaken assumption – and I will attempt to be better at this – of thinking that because somebody is on Twitter and is attacking me that it is open season. That is my mistake. I will correct it,” he said in an interview last week. Thai cave rescuer Vern Unsworth rejects Elon Musk's offer of mini-sub Social media users said his recent promise makes his false and defamatory attack on Mr Unsworth all the more inexplicable. Some users reported Mr Musk’s comments to Twitter, one reportedly saying he “shouldn’t be allowed to use “ the social network “ to unleash [his] followers on people like this”.
07/15/2018 - 06:40 PM
The Latest: Details emerge on gunman's death, earlier case
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — The Latest on the shooting of three Kansas City police officers (all times local):
07/15/2018 - 09:06 PM
Cops and K9s Pray With 9-Year-Old Boy Ahead of Risky Brain Surgery
Local police officers paid Jalen Manns, 9, a home visit with their K9s after hearing he likes German shepherds.
07/15/2018 - 02:49 PM
Trump’s Scotland Visit Met With More Protests
Protests across Britain extended into a third day as President Donald Trump
07/14/2018 - 09:08 AM
Hungary's Orban denounces EU sanctions on Moscow
Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban on Sunday denounced European Union sanctions imposed on Russia, during a visit to President Vladimir Putin in Moscow ahead of the Moscow World Cup final. Hungary has unusually warm ties with Russia for an EU member state, and Orban and Putin visit each other regularly.
07/15/2018 - 07:23 AM
Can A World Cup Victory Make Croatians Love Their Star Again?
No one has played a more important role in leading Croatia to its first
07/14/2018 - 11:51 AM
All Kurdish YPG have left Syria's Manbij: local militia
The last Syrian Kurdish YPG fighters left the northern Syrian town of Manbij on Sunday, the militia controlling the town said, fulfilling a longstanding Turkish demand that the YPG withdraw. It views the YPG as a terrorist group and an extension of the outlawed Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK), which has waged a three-decade insurgency on Turkish soil. Washington sees the YPG as a key ally in the fight against Islamic State.
07/15/2018 - 03:54 PM
Where is the second Bullitt Mustang now?
The 'hero' car is now big news but what about the stunt car? Was it really found in Mexico? And where is it now? We tell the story of the second Bullitt Mustang
07/15/2018 - 05:10 PM
Porsche 911 Speedster Brings Its Retrolicious Body To Goodwood
Hopefully, Porsche will follow up with a production car.
07/15/2018 - 02:55 AM
Mexico earthquake reveals lost ancient temple inside pyramid
Archaeologists scanning a Mexican pyramid which was damaged by an earthquake have uncovered an ancient temple inside. A 7.1-magnitude earthquake which hit Mexico last September caused considerable damage to the country’s historical sites – including the Teopanzolco pyramid in the southern state of Morelos. Among what remains of the temple – which measured 6m by 4m (20ft by 13ft) – archaeologists found an incense burner and ceramic crockery.
07/15/2018 - 06:10 PM
Rebels and families begin evacuating cradle of Syria uprising after surrender deal
Hundreds of Syrian rebels and their relatives began evacuating the southern city of Daraa on Sunday under a deal to bring the "cradle" of the country's uprising back under government control. The highly symbolic transfers came as Russian-backed government forces advanced in the neighbouring province of Quneitra, with air strikes pounding rebel positions perilously close to the Israeli-occupied Golan Heights. After securing Damascus in May, President Bashar al-Assad turned his attention to rebels in the strategically vital south, where protests against his rule first erupted seven years ago. Nearly three weeks of bombardment saw beleaguered rebels agree with Russia earlier this month to hand over Daraa province, before reaching a similar deal for its capital this week. The regime fully regaining its rule over Daraa city will be a hugely symbolic blow to the opposition. People in their vehicles who fled from Daraa in late June gathering near the Syria-Jordan border Credit: Nabaa Media In 2011, teenagers were arrested for scrawling anti-Assad slogans on the walls of a school in the city, sparking mass protests against the government. A brutal crackdown saw the movement develop into a full-fledged conflict that has since killed more than 350,000 people and displaced half the country's pre-war population. Assad has regained much of the territory he initially lost to opposition groups, now comfortably holding more than 60 percent of Syria. In the south, he holds 80 of Daraa province but parts of its western countryside and most of the adjacent province of Quneitra still escape his control. On Sunday, regime forces battered Quneitra province with hundreds of missiles and seized the town of Masshara, according to the Observatory. The clashes had left 18 regime forces and 13 rebels and allied jihadists dead, the monitor said. Four air strikes also hit an opposition position in Quneitra that lies within four kilometres (less than three miles) from the sensitive buffer zone with the Israeli-annexed Golan Heights. Golan Heights - locator map The Observatory said they were the first strikes in the area in over a year, when Russia, the US, and Jordan agreed a ceasefire deal for parts of the south. Around 160,000 people who were displaced by the regime's offensive on Daraa are still trapped in Quneitra, near the border with the Golan. Israel has been on high alert in recent weeks amid the spike in hostilities in the south. The Israeli army said on Friday it had fired a missile and "very probably" destroyed a drone flying over the demilitarised zone between Israel and Syria, after intercepting another drone on Wednesday.
07/15/2018 - 08:01 AM
Meghan Markle and Kate Middleton Make a Dynamic Duchess Duo at Wimbledon
It's ladies' day, and the duchesses have arrived
07/14/2018 - 11:51 AM
Rand Paul Says He's 'Concerned,' 'Worried' About Brett Kavanaugh's Privacy Views
Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) is once again threatening to withhold support for one
07/15/2018 - 12:02 PM
Outrage as Iceland fishermen kill rare whale
Is it a blue whale or not? The slaughter in Iceland of what is claimed was a member of the endangered species has triggered outrage and left experts puzzled about its true identity. "There has not been a blue whale harpooned by anyone for the last 50 years until this one," Sea Shepherd, an international non-profit marine conservation movement, said in a statement on Wednesday.
07/14/2018 - 10:06 AM
Papa John's founder John Schnatter issues apology, says marketing agency tried to blackmail him
Papa John's founder John Schnatter is accusing his company's marketing agency for trying to blackmail him for $6 million.
07/14/2018 - 06:03 PM
Turkey marks 2nd anniversary of thwarting violent coup
ISTANBUL (AP) — With prayers and other events, Turkey on Sunday commemorated the second anniversary of thwarting a coup against the Turkish president and the government that left nearly 290 people dead and hundreds wounded.
07/15/2018 - 04:34 PM
Eritrea president hails unity with Ethiopia on historic visit
Eritrean President Isaias Afwerki pledged to resolve his country's dispute with Ethiopia on Saturday in a historic visit to Addis Ababa aimed at cementing peace less than a week after the nations declared an end to two decades of conflict. Isaias arrived in the Ethiopian capital just five days after Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed visited Eritrea as part of a dizzying peace process aimed at ending years of violence and animosity between the neighbours who were once part of the same nation.
07/14/2018 - 10:21 AM
The Week's Most Important Car Numbers
From a Toyota Supra prototype to a V8-powered Cygnet.
07/14/2018 - 09:00 AM
Archaeologists in Egypt discover mummification workshop
CAIRO (AP) — Archaeologists in Egypt stumbled upon a new discovery dating back to more than 2,500 years ago near Egypt's famed pyramids at an ancient necropolis south of Cairo.
07/14/2018 - 11:50 AM
Senior national security official who supported refugees ‘forced out of White House role’
A top national security council official who clashed with members of the Trump administration over immigration policy is no longer working at the White House, according to reports. Jennifer Arangio, the former NSC senior director for international organisations and alliances, left her position this week, administration officials told multiple outlets. It was unclear whether she resigned or was forced out, though the departure reportedly came after months of tensions with immigration hard-liners in the White House.
07/14/2018 - 06:22 PM
Alexis Ohanian Pays Emotional Tribute To Serena Williams After Wimbledon Loss
Serena Williams made it to the Wimbledon final after giving birth to her
07/15/2018 - 07:39 PM
U.S. Allies Worry Putin Will Sell Trump A Bill Of Goods On Syria
WASHINGTON ― Western capitals are becoming increasingly concerned that Russian
07/14/2018 - 08:00 AM
See Justin Verlander's Message to Kate Upton As She Announces Her Pregnancy
Supermodel Kate Upton and baseball pitcher Justin Verlander were married last November.
07/15/2018 - 04:11 PM
Elon Musk’s Political Donations Don’t Look Very "Socialist" to Us
Given his outspoken commitment to fighting climate change, why did he just donate to climate change deniers?
07/14/2018 - 07:57 PM
Exclusive: Lockheed F-35 jet price falls 6 percent to below $90 million - sources
By Mike Stone FARNBOROUGH, England (Reuters) - The United States has struck a preliminary deal to buy F-35 jets from Lockheed Martin worth about $13 billion, clearing the way for a larger multi-year purchase that aims to bring the cost per jet down to $80 million by 2020, sources said. The deal for 141 F-35s lowers the price of the F-35A, the most common version of the stealthy fighter jet, to about $89 million, down around 6 percent from $94.3 million in the last deal struck in February 2017, the sources familiar with the talks said. Bringing down the cost of the world's most expensive defense program is crucial to securing more orders, both in the United States and abroad.
07/15/2018 - 05:59 AM
Trust a theme in GOP debate for Georgia governor nomination
ATLANTA (AP) — You can trust me, but you can't trust him.
07/15/2018 - 04:29 PM
Cuba to recognise private property and free market for first time under new constitution
Cuba is set to officially recognise the free market and private property for the first time under sweeping reforms to its constitution intended to boost the island’s economy. Property sales were banned after Fidel Castro came to power in 1959, but are now allowed following a law change in 2011. The new reforms also include the introduction of the presumption of innocence in the island’s justice system and the creation of the position of prime minister, alongside the existing president.
07/15/2018 - 07:16 AM
Wimbledon glance: Djokovic beats Anderson to win 4th title
LONDON (AP) — A quick look at Wimbledon:
07/15/2018 - 04:42 PM
'It's churlish to leave the team at the death': Rabid fans stick with England for third-place match
“England's going all the way!” a few hundred Three Lions supporters chanted at kickoff, even though the very fact that Gareth Southgate's team was playing in this third-place match against Belgium meant they weren't. The match had been derided as a repeat friendly, as England previously lost to Belgium in Kaliningrad when both teams had already qualified for the knockout stages. That didn't stop a cadre of rabid fans from coming to show their love for a side that had defied expectations by reaching its first World Cup semifinal in 28 years. “To those of us who have been to all six games, it's almost churlish to leave the team at the death when we can say thank you and express our support,” said Garford Beck, 56, a civil servant from London who was wearing a bicorne hat with his England jersey. Having attended all 10 qualifying matches leading up to the tournament, he also went to all seven of England's World Cup matches, criss-crossing more than 1,500 miles of eastern Europe. The third-place game ended in a disappointing 0-2 loss after England failed to convert several agonising second-half opportunities, but fans refused to be deterred. Anton and Ashley faith wave the St George's cross outside the stadium Credit: Julian Simmonds/For The Telegraph The beating will be an afterthought compared to the upwelling of hope and pride in the team in recent weeks and the rehabilitation of manager Gareth Southgate after his infamous 1996 penalty miss. In addition, Tottenham striker Harry Kane is now a lock to become the second Englishman since Gary Lineker to win the World Cup golden boot after Belgium's Romelu Lukaku failed to score. Joanne Gover, a Sainsbury's supply chain manager from Milton Keynes, had followed the team through a third World Cup, only missing the quarterfinal when she had to fly back to the UK for work. “We have to be there to show the team we're with them when they're with us,” she said. “All we've got is a chest cold, a bunch of (mosquito) bites and a huge hole in our credit card, but it was worth it,” Mr Garford said of the seven-week campaign. England was less than a half-hour from the final when Croatia scored an equalising goal on Wednesday, he added. “I mustn't grumble, mustn't complain, I never thought we'd be using all seven match tickets,” he said. While some 10,000 Britons attended the semifinal defeat to Croatia, the Football Association estimated that 1,500 attended the third-place match. Among them were Jamie Vardy's wife Rebekah and Harry Maguire's girlfriend Fern Hawkins. Mr Garford also met goalkeeper Jordan Pickford's parents after the match. Harry Kane leaves the field after the disappointing loss to Belgium Credit: Julian Simmonds/For The Telegraph “It's a strange one,” said Kevin Miles of the Football Supporters Federation. “Everyone is disappointed about losing the semi-final but also proud they've come so far.” The English fans who did attend made more than their share of noise, banging on drums and singing songs. The roar was just as loud when England was on a break as when Belgium was. James Monks, 25, of Wolverhampton said he thought third-place World Cup matches should be abolished, but said he was glad to see St Petersburg, the most beautiful Russian city he's been to yet. He was also happy to be part of the football frenzy that had swept through England fans during the World Cup. “Before the tournament nobody cared about England, there was no positivity toward the country,” he said. “After we put six past Panama and won the penalty (against Colombia), everyone got behind them. Hopefully that will reflect on the future.” Kevin Monks, in blue, and his group of England fans make their way into the last match of the tournament Credit: Julian Simmonds/For The Telegraph “It's united the country for once despite Brexit and everything. It's the first time in a few years people have felt national pride and togetherness,” said Philip Deaton, 38, who is from Harrogate but now teaches English in China. The third-place match also gave less experienced fans the chance to see an England World Cup match, since tickets were much easier to come by than at the semi-final, where supporters paid hundreds or even thousands of pounds. Anton Faith, 32, who is from Blackburn but now works at a youth football programme in Florida, was relishing the chance to see England and “get behind football coming home”. With a St George's cross wrapped around his shoulders, Russian fans were asking for selfies before the game. He tried for several World Cup matches in the FIFA random draw but only won tickets to this one. He has woken up to the song “Three Lions (Football's Coming Home)” every game day this World Cup, his wife Ashley revealed. “People want to be able to see their country play,” Mr Faith said. Many England fans were reluctant to leave the stadium after the match. “I'm a bit sad that it's all over to be honest, I didn't want it to end, but have to get back to work,” Mr Garford said. “We're a bit down it's all over with it, but still very proud of the team what they've done.” One thing the English seemed to have picked up here was the old Russian adage that “hope dies last”. “We're still proud, it's a good team,” Ms Gover said. “Next time we'll win it.”
07/14/2018 - 02:25 PM
Kerber tops Williams at Wimbledon for 3rd Grand Slam title
LONDON (AP) — Angelique Kerber was not about to be overwhelmed by the setting or the stakes in this Wimbledon final. She knew exactly what to expect — and what to do — against Serena Williams.
07/14/2018 - 03:23 PM
Israel and Gaza militants agree to ceasefire
Israel and Gaza militants reached a decision to stop shooting rockets at one another following the most serious escalation of violence since the 2014 Israel-Gaza war. Conway G. Gittens reports.
07/14/2018 - 05:35 PM
John Bolton Grilled About White House Decision To Cancel His CNN Interview
National security adviser John Bolton on Sunday addressed the White House's
07/15/2018 - 12:19 PM
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