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U.K. resumes sharing Manchester attack info with U.S.

U.K. resumes sharing Manchester attack info with U.S.

The British decision to halt sharing information with counterparts in the United States comes after a series of revelations about the case that first surfaced in US media including USA TODAY , such as the name of the suicide bomber, Salman Abedi .


Walker's Medicaid drug-testing wins approval

Walker's Medicaid drug-testing wins approval

The committee also modified Walker's proposal to impose a work requirement for parents who receive food stamps through FoodShare. The Legislature's Republican-controlled budget committee has ditched Gov. Walker's initial proposal calls for $500 million more in borrowing and Senate leaders have also floated the idea of more borrowing. Steineke says Assembly Republicans remain open to negotiations and options that would lead to a long-term road-funding solution.



Republican wins Montana special election despite assault charge

I need to share something from my heart. "I took an action I can not take back". For that I'm sorry. Its U.S. editor, Lee Glendenning, said in a statement: " The Guardian is deeply appalled by how our reporter, Ben Jacobs , was treated in the course of doing his job as a journalist while reporting on the Montana special election ".


North Korea caught flying 'propaganda balloons' to South after missile launch

North Korea caught flying 'propaganda balloons' to South after missile launch

In the early weeks of the Trump administration, US officials talked tough about North Korea . The North had carried out two missile launches in quick succession only recently, with the second launch happening on Sunday, 21 May. The South Korea military are as vigilant and alert as ever after North Korea did another ballistic missile test on Sunday, its 8th of the year.