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Washington tunes in for Congressional Baseball Game

Washington tunes in for Congressional Baseball Game

President Donald Trump did not attend but in a video address shown on the stadium's giant screen praised the friendly nature of the annual charity event. Later, House Republican and Democratic leaders called for unity and praised the police, while Trump in an address from the White House said that the prayers of the nation and world are with Scalise.


Obama Called Sen. Jeff Flake After Ballfield Shooting

Obama Called Sen. Jeff Flake After Ballfield Shooting

Flake said later that he didn't want her to hear the news about the shooting from the media first. Flake, a Republican from Arizona, didn't remember whether the gunman was saying anything, but he wasn't certain - in the exchange of bullets between police and Hodgkinson, there were moments when the senator didn't even know which gunfire was coming from which side.



Macron's party set for big parliamentary win

If no candidate manages to achieve that target, then all who won at least 12.5 per cent of registered voters go to the second round, where the victor will advance to Parliament. The centre-right Republicans had 21.5 per cent, while the far-right National Front (FN) had 13.2 per cent, followed by the far-left France Unbowed on just over 11 per cent.


Ex-banker pleads guilty to US charge in FIFA probe

Ex-banker pleads guilty to US charge in FIFA probe

Jorge Luis Arzuaga, a private banker formerly employed by Swiss banks, pleaded guilty at a federal courthouse in Brooklyn, New York on Thursday, the United States department of justice said. Arzuaga, who worked in Zurich as a private banker, handled accounts for sports marketing executive Alejandro Burzaco , who pleaded guilty to US bribery charges in 2015.



Donald Trump lashes out over probe into possible obstruction of justice

Nice", Trump tweeted , later repeating his accusation that the probe is a "witch hunt". You are witnessing the single greatest WITCH HUNT in American political history - led by some very bad and conflicted people! Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein appointed Mueller as special counsel shortly after Comey's firing.