Trump considering cuts to Coast Guard, airport security to fund border wall

Trump considering cuts to Coast Guard, airport security to fund border wall

Reacting to the news that Trump's budget calls for $1.3 billion in cuts to the Coast Guard - or more than 14% of the entire Coast Guard operating budget - Rep. It would also eliminate grants to local law enforcement agencies to increase patrols around airports. Despite the fact that the TSA has many critics, the Trump administration can not justify taking away funding from the airport screening organization and leaving US airports more vulnerable. Read More

Indian fisherman allegedly shot and killed by Sri Lankan navy

Indian fisherman allegedly shot and killed by Sri Lankan navy

According to a spokesperson for the PMSA, the fishermen asked to leave the Pakistani territorial waters near Sir Creek in the Arabian Sea, but they did not pay any attentions to the call., they were subsequently arrested and their 14 boats were seized, he added. Read More

EU condemns launch of NKorea ballistic missiles

EU condemns launch of NKorea ballistic missiles

At the same time North Korea's official news agency claimed that leader Kim Jong-Un personally supervised the test launches by an army unit commissioned with attacking USA military bases in Japan. France condemned the missile firings. Footage of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un supervising the drill, as well as of rockets being fired from mobile launchers, were aired intermittently as well. Read More

US to open CONCACAF Gold Cup against Panama on July 8

US to open CONCACAF Gold Cup against Panama on July 8

The U.S. Men's National Team will begin its quest for a sixth regional title when they open Group B action of the 2017 CONCACAF Gold Cup against Panama on Saturday, July 8 at Nissan Stadium in Nashville, Tennessee. We have to start in March and get points in World Cup Qualifying. Mexico will open against El Salvador in San Diego on July 9, and then play Jamaica at Sports Authority Field in Denver, Colorado, four days later. Read More

MH370 victims families to raise $15 million for missing plane

MH370 victims families to raise $15 million for missing plane

Ms Gomes, who speaking during a three-hour remembrance event at a shopping centre near Kuala Lumpur , said: 'What happened to MH370 is a mystery. They hope to raise US$15 million to search north of the previous search area, which focused on deep-sea exploration off the coast of Australia. Read More

MORE HATE: Bomb Threats Targets Many Jewish Centers, ADL Offices

MORE HATE: Bomb Threats Targets Many Jewish Centers, ADL Offices

Albert said the group contacted the Bureau of Emergency Communications (BOEC), the Portland Police Bureau's Criminal Intelligence Unit (CIU) and the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI). "We write to underscore the need for swift action with regard to the deeply troubling series of anonymous bomb threats", the letter read. - Several waves of bomb threats made against Jewish community centers in numerous states that have led to evacuations. Read More

Democrats grill Rod Rosenstein on Russian Federation

Pressed repeatedly by Senator Richard Durbin to clarify the scope of Sessions' recusal from any election investigations as outlined in the attorney general's Thursday letter , Rosenstein again said he did not have enough information to answer, in the only exchange in the hearing that appeared to ruffle Rosenstein's composure. Read More

Napoli Vs. Real Madrid Live Stream

Napoli Vs. Real Madrid Live Stream

The patron went on Mediaset Premium after the first leg 3-1 loss at the Bernabeu and bitterly criticised his squad, but was in a more ebullient mood at the San Paolo. That only whipped up the atmosphere at the Stadio San Paolo further but Madrid were quick to counter, going close to levelling the scores when Ronaldo's run split the defence and he sent a shot against the post in the 29th minute. Read More

Arsene Wenger: Alexis Sanchez reports 'completely false'

Arsene Wenger: Alexis Sanchez reports 'completely false'

The Chilean eventually came on at half-time - with the Reds 2-0 up - and while he provided an assist for Welbeck to pull a goal back, it was not enough as Liverpool ran out 3-1 winners to leapfrog the Gunners into the top four . While some seemed to sit on the fence a little bit. "Of course, I believe in the second half it was easier for the strikers and you could see the difference in the performance of (Olivier) Giroud and (Theo) Walcott because we dominated midfield much more, ? he ... Read More

Officials release new details on Warwick fire victims - Western Mass News - WGGB/WSHM

Officials release new details on Warwick fire victims - Western Mass News - WGGB/WSHM

David Young, Warwick's town coordinator, told The Recorder newspaper of Greenfield that a mother and four children had been among the missing and that three of the children attended public schools in the small Franklin County community. "I've known them since they moved to town six or eight years ago". "It's a tragic event". Officials said there little was left of the home after the fire. Read More

Fillon tells supporters at rally 'never give up'

The wife of scandal-hit French conservative presidential candidate Francois Fillon broke her silence Sunday over the "fake jobs" scandal that threatens to engulf his bid for power. In her first interview yesterday since the allegations broke of almost €900,000 (S$1.35 million) in pay, Mrs Penelope Fillon told Le Journal Du Dimanche that she had carried out "a lot of different tasks" for her husband during his lengthy political career. Read More

Austria wants EU-wide ban on Turkish campaign events

Austria wants EU-wide ban on Turkish campaign events

ISTANBUL/ANKARA/BERLIN Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan accused Germany on Sunday of "fascist actions" reminiscent of Nazi times in a growing row over the cancellation of political rallies aimed at drumming up support for him among 1.5 million Turkish citizens in Germany. Read More

Third Jewish cemetery damaged in surge of USA anti-Semitic acts

Third Jewish cemetery damaged in surge of USA anti-Semitic acts

The Jewish Federation says it organized Thursday's rally to "restore a sense of security and peace to the community". The FBI is trying to figure out who recently knocked down more than 100 headstones at a Jewish cemetery in Philadelphia. Read More

Bangladeshi Islamist militant killed in shootout

Bangladeshi Islamist militant killed in shootout

A Dhaka court today placed Maulana Abul Kashem, the alleged spiritual leader of "Neo JMB", on a seven-day remand in connection with a case filed over Gulshan café attack in July a year ago. These books were mandatory in the training of Neo JMB recruits. Mr Mohibul Islam Khan, deputy commissioner of the Dhaka police counter-terrorism unit, said Kashem had inspired the attack on a Dhaka cafe last July in which 22 people, including 18 foreign hostages, were killed. Read More

French presidential candidate Macron unveils 'anti-nepotism' agenda

French presidential candidate Macron unveils 'anti-nepotism' agenda

The right-wing Republicans party candidate denounced the summons, saying it amounted to a " political assassination ". He appealed to citizens to "resist" and judge for themselves. According to all second-round polls, Macron beats Le Pen by a very safe 60% to 40% while Fillon has a slightly smaller lead. She had neither a security pass for the parliament building nor a work email account. Read More

Hundreds rally to show support for Trump in Raleigh

Hundreds rally to show support for Trump in Raleigh

You couldn't have asked for a better day for a " March 4 Trump ". Supporters of President Donald Trump are convening near Trump Tower, the Washington Monument and several other places around the country in marches to show their pride in his presidency. Read More

President Duterte digs in on renewed war on drugs

President Duterte digs in on renewed war on drugs

HRW said that while Duterte has no direct involvement in the killings linked to his controversial campaign, he has "made himself criminally liable under worldwide law for the unlawful killings as a matter of command responsibility". "Our investigations into the Philippine drug war found that police routinely kill drug suspects in cold blood and then cover up their crime by planting drugs and guns at the scene", said Peter Bouckaert , emergencies director at Human Rights Watch and author of ... Read More

British PM May Urges Scottish Nationalists To Drop 'Tunnel Vision' on Independence

British PM May Urges Scottish Nationalists To Drop 'Tunnel Vision' on Independence

In a speech to party activists in Glasgow, the Conservative Party leader said that keeping England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland together was her " personal priority " and there was "no economic case" for breaking up the UK. The SNP, Scotland's main independence party, remains bullish on the subject, with MP Angus MacNeil telling Julia Hartley-Brewer that Theresa May knows another referendum would result in a secessionist victory. Read More

Air strikes said to target al Qaeda in Yemen

A US defense official who spoke on the condition of anonymity said the Pentagon is not required to announce every strike conducted in Yemen. The overnight strikes "will degrade the AQAP's ability to coordinate external terror attacks and limit their ability to use territory seized from the legitimate government of Yemen as a safe space for terror plotting", Navy Capt. Read More

Survivor quits abuse reform body in Vatican

Survivor quits abuse reform body in Vatican

Collins said the final straw came in January when officials refused to guarantee that all letters from victims/survivors would receive a response or to cooperate with the commission on developing safeguarding guidelines. The sudden departure of Collins, an outspoken Irish woman who was the last remaining survivor of priestly abuse on a Holy See commission, is a major setback for the Pope , who has faced criticism of not doing enough to tackle the problem. Read More