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Folau refuses to back Wallabies' support for gay marriage

Folau refuses to back Wallabies' support for gay marriage

Days after the first openly gay rugby player, Ian Roberts successfully convinced the National Rugby League to support the "yes" initiative for marriage equality, devout Christian footballer chose to take to Twitter and spew out his anti-gay thoughts.


Trump Seizes on London Attack to Push for Expanding a Travel Ban

Trump Seizes on London Attack to Push for Expanding a Travel Ban

Mr Trump said authorities needed to be proactive about the "sick and demented people" behind the attack. He later added: "Loser terrorists must be dealt with in a much tougher manner". "Today terrorists sent message of hate". "It is not something we would comment on", a spokeswoman said . Also Friday, the mayor of London said the city "will never be intimidated or defeated by terrorism".



Donald Trump is loving the perception of a bipartisan Donald Trump

Hannity said that criticism of Trump may be premature, following a press release from the Democratic leaders hailing a new deal on DACA without wall funding. President Donald Trump has said he is " fairly close " to sealing a deal on the DACA program with leading Democrats while adding that he will get beefed up border patrol in return and that his border wall will come later.


Korea prepares 4 THAAD units amid fear over N. Korea

Korea prepares 4 THAAD units amid fear over N. Korea

In July, it tested two intercontinental ballistic missiles (ICBMs) that appeared to bring much of the mainland US into range. South Korea is closely watching North Korea over the possibility it may launch another intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) as soon as Saturday when it celebrates the anniversary of its founding.


Catherine security guard shot himself

Catherine security guard shot himself

Then he was treated for his injury, taken to the Ramsey County jail and released Thursday morning, per the Star Tribune . Second, I want to be clear that St. Lisa Clark, a St. Paul resident, told City Pages Ahler's lie put "everyone ... on edge and high alter". Dianne Binns, president of the St. Paul NAACP, said that Ahlers blaming a black man for the shooting was "nothing new".