May to form ‘government of certainty’ with DUP backing

May has said she will put together a government with the support of the Democratic Unionists to guide the UK through crucial Brexit talks. Speaking after visiting Buckingham Palace, she said only her party had the “legitimacy” to govern, despite falling eight seats short of a majority. Continue reading →

UK election: Hung parliament projected in shock defeat for Conservatives

Thursday an  exit poll projected a hung parliament following Britain’s general election  exit poll projected a hung parliament following Britain’s general election.  The exit poll, commissioned by the U.K.’s three main broadcasters and released after the polls closed at 10 p.m., projected the Tories to hold 314 seats, down 16 from their total at the end of the last Parliament. Continue reading →

Iran Calls Trump’s Remarks on Tehran Attacks ‘Repugnant’

Iran denounced President Donald Trump’s response to twin attacks in Tehran as “repugnant,” and linked the violence claimed by Islamic State to the U.S. president’s visit to arch-nemesis Saudi Arabia. Continue reading →

James Comey Corroborates Trump Not Under Investigation, Did Not Pressure Him to Drop Russia Probe

Wednesday the  Senate intelligence committee released remarks prepared by former FBI Director James Comey for delivery the next day. Comey confirms that he told Trump he was not under FBI investigation multiple times, as Trump has asserted.

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NY Gov. Cuomo Dares Trump to Deport Him

New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D) told a crowd in New York City that if the Trump administration wants to “deport immigrants” that they should start with him. Continue reading →

UK elections: May win no longer a sure bet after terror attacks

The once-dominant lead that British Prime Minister Theresa May had over her rivals in the run-up to Thursday’s election may be the latest casualty of recent terror attacks that have unnerved British voters. Continue reading →

Town stands up to atheist bullies, refuses to remove cross

It was way back in 1930 when the good people of Neosho, Missouri installed a giant, lighted cross in the Big Spring Park. The cross, about 60-feet long, was the centerpiece of the town’s annual Easter sunrise services. And while the sunrise services ended many years ago, the cross remained. Continue reading →

North Korea launches multiple surface-to-ship missiles, South Korean military says

South Korea’s military said North Korea launched several projectiles believed to be short-range surface-to-ship cruise missiles from its east coast Thursday. “North Korea fired multiple unidentified projectiles, assumed to be surface-to-ship missiles, this morning from the vicinity of Wonsan, Gangwon Province,” the South Korean Joint Chiefs of Staff (JCS) said, according to the Yonhap News Agency. Continue reading →

Lewandowski: Trump asked Comey for ‘loyalty to the country,’ not him

President Trump’s former campaign manager claimed Wednesday night that Trump asked then-FBI Director James Comey to confirm his loyalty to America, not to Trump personally.

Obama Admin. Kept Iran Cyberattack Secret to Not Derail Nuke Deal

The Washington Free Beacon reported Wednesday, that Iran hacked the emails and social media accounts of State Department officials during a crucial stage of the nuclear deal in 2015, according to multiple sources familiar with the details.

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