Pop superstar Beyonce gives birth to twins

Pop superstar Beyonce gives birth to twins

Beyoncé and Jay Z have welcomed their twins , according to multiple reports. The news is also reported in Us Weekly and Entertainment Weekly magazines. "We are incredibly grateful that our family will be growing by two, and we thank you for all your well wishes", she added, signing with Jay-Z. As she famously announced that she and Jay-Z were expecting their babies in the coming months, Beyonce posted a picture of her big baby bump on Instagram.

What did Trump change about the Cuba policy?

Trump flew to Miami's Little Havana , spiritual home of the Cuban-American community, to denounce his predecessor's "one-sided" settlement and pledge to work for Cuba's freedom. United States airlines and cruise ships will still be allowed to serve the island. Trump said his measures aimed to punish the Castro regime, which Washington accuses of mistreating political dissidents.

Brexit talks won't be delayed

A spokeswoman for the Brexit department said: "We have said consistently that resolving the status of European Union citizens living in the United Kingdom and UK nationals living in other member states is our first priority for negotiations".

VP Pence hires personal lawyer to respond to Russian Federation probe: aide

Investigators would have to demonstrate corrupt intent on the part of the president, which is a high bar to clear. "The Special Counsel's Office will be able to move forward on investigative steps already taken". Trump to a New York Times reporter, who got it into print. Mr. Comey openly said he had done so to facilitate the case being pursued by Mr. Mueller, a former Federal Bureau of Investigation director.

London blaze likely killed at least 58, police say

Community groups have said warnings about poor fire safety have always been ignored, and that in the aftermath of the disaster, officials had failed to immediately take care of those affected. Emergency service workers probe the remains of Grenfell Tower in London on Saturday. A spokesman for the Department of Foreign Affairs said: "We have no confirmation that any Irish citizens are caught up in the incident but we stand ready to provide assistance".