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Father of freed student says son was 'brutalized' by captors

Father of freed student says son was 'brutalized' by captors

The last such visit is believed to have been in November 2014, when former National Intelligence Director James Clapper brought home two other jailed Americans. THOMPSON: In the few days since Warmbier has been back in the USA, his parents have been at his bedside. He thanked the Trump administration for getting the job done and had this message for the North Korean government.


Calls for Trump state visit to be cancelled after London attack tweets

Calls for Trump state visit to be cancelled after London attack tweets

There's no reason to be alarmed '. The row between Mr Trump and Mr Khan saw the US President dismiss criticism of his original post on the subject by redoubling his attack, accusing Mr Khan of making a " pathetic excuse". said in an interview with ABC News. "At least 7 dead and 48 wounded in terror attack and Mayor of London says there is " no reason to be alarmed! ".


Daredevil hangs by her teeth over Niagara Falls, shatters new record

Daredevil hangs by her teeth over Niagara Falls, shatters new record

Wallenda hung above the falls for around seven or eight minutes. Despite being caught off-guard by the strong winds, the 36-year-old lifelong performer described the stunt as "a attractive and wonderful experience". By doing it for at least 20 seconds, she broke her husband Nik's previous record. Others have been fatal. "I remember watching Nikolas as he was crossing the falls and thinking, Boy, I wonder what that would feel like, I wonder what that would look like, never thinking that ...



Donald Trump being investigated for obstruction of justice

Mark Corallo, a spokesperson for Trump's personal lawyer Marc Kasowitz, did not deny the report . To understand why Mueller wants to interview Coats and Rogers, you have to refer back to a pair of other major Washington Post scoops (from some of these same reporters).



Top tech firms sign open letter pledging to support the Paris Agreement

Almost six in 10 (57%) of voters said they opposed Trump's withdrawal from the deal, while just 24% said they agreed with the decision, the latest Politico / Morning Consult survey found. "It's backward looking and it's going to hurt the USA", he said. Noting that the Trump administration had announced June 1 that the US would leave the landmark agreement, the unnamed official said that this was because of the president's "America First" policies and an ignorance "of the fact that the ...