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Lobbyist shot is expected to make full recovery

Lobbyist shot is expected to make full recovery

President Donald Trump says that wounded Congressman Steve Scalise's condition is more hard than people first realized. On Wednesday morning, 66-year-old James Hodgkinson opened fire on participants of the Republican baseball practice, injuring US Scalise and four other individuals.



Could Trump's "witch hunt" tweet come back to haunt him?

Mr Mueller was reportedly planning to interview intelligence officials on whether Mr Trump got rid of the Federal Bureau of Investigation director, James Comey , in May to hamper an inquiry into his sacked national security adviser, Michael Flynn.



Father assails Pyongyang over treatment of USA student

Fred Warmbier said the family did not believe North Korea's story that his son had fallen into a coma after contracting botulism and being given a sleeping pill. The University of Virginia student's father, Fred Warmbier, said his son had been "brutalised and terrorised" by the North Korean government. The other Americans held by Pyongyang are Kim Sang Duk and Kim Hak-song, academics who worked at the Pyongyang University of Science and Technology, and a businessman named Kim ...



Scalise undergoes more surgery after Virginia shooting

Steve Scalise , the third-ranking House Republican shot Wednesday on a Virginia baseball field outside Washington , remains in critical condition but has a chance for an "excellent recovery", the chief trauma doctor at a Washington hospital said Friday.



United States congressman Scalise still in critical condition: Hospital

Trump, in a video message played at the game, said the event had "a much deeper level of meaning" because of the shooting . Both sides wore Louisiana State University gear to honor the Louisiana congressman. On a baseball diamond in Washington , D.C., there was a symbolic gathering of Democrats and Republicans that discarded all partisanship and came together as "Team Scalise ".



Taoiseach to meet DUP, Sinn Féin delegations separately in Dublin

Mrs May has met with Sinn Fein, the Ulster Unionists, the SDLP and Alliance Party in separate engagements at Downing Street, amid concerns the Government will compromise its stated impartiality in the region if it enters a confidence and supply deal with the DUP at Westminster.