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Deadlocked over the Bathroom Bill

Deadlocked over the Bathroom Bill

The bill would also require the burial or creation of fetal remains - a requirement that a federal judge has already blocked in Texas after the state health rules were changed at Abbott's behest a year ago. "We'll put all these pimps, all these traffickers in prison, and the word will get out, and people won't be doing this anymore because they'll be too afraid to go to prison", Dallas Police Detective Michael McMurray told the Tribune of his crime-fighting strategy, which he calls the ...



Father, brothers of alleged Manchester bomber arrested

The Monday night's attack at a concert by U.S. actress-singer Ariana Grande killed 22 people , all of whom have now been identified by police but their names will be released during the course of this week after formal identifications are complete.



Russia condemns latest N.Korea missile launches, calls for restraint

North Korea apparently is determined to develop a missile capable of carrying a nuclear weapon and able to reach the USA mainland. South Korea imposed unilateral sanctions against the North after its fourth nuclear test and a long-range rocket launch past year, in addition to sanctions applied in 2010 after the sinking of a South Korean navy ship that Seoul blamed on the North.



23000 terror suspects believed to be operating in UK

Police appealed for anyone with knowledge of the whereabouts of the killer between May 18, when he returned to the United Kingdom from his family home in Libya, and the day he committed the attack to come forward. Police officers from Wales have been helping out as a heightened security operation remains in place. They have made an appeal to the public for information about the bomber's movements since 18 May, when he returned to the United Kingdom from Libya.



Polls show Conservative lead over Labour shrinking as vote approaches

Jeremy Corbyn will accuse the Scottish National Party of "passing on Tory austerity" as he takes Labour's General Election campaign to Glasgow on Sunday . When the campaign resumed on Friday, May told reporters at the Group of Seven meeting in Sicily that Corbyn "frankly isn't up to the job", after he suggested Britain's foreign policy had made the country less safe.



North Korea launches short range missile

The suspected Scud-type missile launched from the coastal town of Wonsan flew about 450 kilometers (280 miles), the South's Joint Chiefs of Staff said in a statement. South Korean news agency Yonhap reported that the projectile was likely a ballistic missile. State-run KCNA news service said Kim a May 21 test launch from an observation post and "expressed his great satisfaction" with the results.