Trump tweets video of himself slamming and punching CNN.
The clip shows Trump slamming ‘CNN’ to ground. President Trump shared a video Sunday on Twitter of himself slamming WWE President Vince McMahon to the ground and punching him, with the CNN logo superimposed over McMahon’s head, escalating his recent attacks aimed at the news media. The footage, taken from “WrestleMania 23” in 2007, shows Trump approaching McMahon outside of the ring, using a clothesline move to knock him down and punching him in the head before turning to walk away.
In Washington, D.C., pay went up one dollar to $12.50 an hour. In Chicago, it went up to $11 an hour. And in San Francisco and Los Angeles, pay went up to $14 and $12 an hour, respectively.
A documentary about the mysterious killing of a beloved young Catholic nun half a century ago is the latest smash hit on Netflix, highlighting the popularity of true crime stories in America these days. The series called "The Keepers," which began last month, is a suspenseful examination of the crime committed in 1969. The nun, a cheerful, buoyant woman known as Sister Cathy, was 26 when she died.
WASHINGTON/DUBAI (Reuters) - The United States has lifted a ban on laptops in cabins on flights from Abu Dhabi to the United States, saying Etihad Airways had put in place required tighter security measures. Etihad welcomed the decision on Sunday and credited a facility at Abu Dhabi International Airport where passengers clear U.S. immigration before they land in the United States for "superior security advantages" that had allowed it to satisfy U.S. requirements. Transportation Security Administration officials have checked that the measures had been implemented correctly, according to the Department of Homeland Security (DHS).
Sen. Bill Cassidy (R-La.) and Sen. Tom Carper (D-Del.) join Chuck Todd for an exclusive joint interview to discuss whether Medicaid might be expanded to cover a greater set of people.
The Philippine military said Monday that militants aligned with the Islamic State group who seized parts of a southern city forced hostages to loot millions in cash, firearms, ammunition, gold and jewelry from houses and business establishments. At least 10 hostages who separately escaped from the militants two weeks ago disclosed the looting the gunmen forced them to undertake in Marawi, the military said in a statement, adding that the captives were forced to convert to Islam and threatened with death if they refused.
New details have emerging in the horrifying assault on a New York City hospital ward that left one doctor dead at the hands of a disgruntled former employee and multiple people injured. Dr. Tracy Tam was gunned down Friday when Dr. Henry Bello, an ex-employee of Bronx Lebanon hospital, hid an AR-15 style rifle under a lab coat and stormed the 16th floor. In a sick twist to this story of a sanctuary turned deadly, officials have revealed that Dr. Tam wasn't even supposed to be at work at the time of her murder.
Mark your calendars, power up your electronic device of choice and dig out your wallet -- Amazon Prime Day is coming. Amazon.com has confirmed the savings event will kick off at 9 a.m. EST on July 10 and run until 3 a.m. EST on July 12. For 30 hours
When Iran signed its landmark deal with world powers in 2015, curbing its nuclear programme in exchange for sanctions relief, many expected an investment gold rush. French car firm PSA was quick off the block, signing a 400-million-euro deal in June 2016 to build Peugeot vehicles with Iranian carmaker Khodro, and a 300-million-euro agreement in October to build Citroens with Iran's SAIPA. Hotel group Accor says it is working on 10 to 15 projects in Iran, hoping to capitalise on the tourism boom since the nuclear deal.
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Vandals covered a New Jersey Holocaust memorial with a banner including an anti-Semitic slur over the weekend, according to a photo posted by the state’s chapter of the Anti-Defamation League. Using a slur for Jewish people, the banner said they “will not divide us.” It also included a link to a website that espouses white supremacy, according to the Ashbury Park Press. Lakewood, N.J. — the town where the memorial is located — has a significant Jewish population.
The wife of Nigeria's President Muhammadu Buhari is set to visit him in Britain where he is receiving medical treatment, her spokesman said on Monday, weeks after she last visited him and said he was recovering quickly. The ailing president left Nigeria's capital, Abuja, on May 7 and handed over power to his deputy, Yemi Osinbajo. A statement issued by State House said Aisha Buhari left Nigeria on Sunday and would attend an event in Ethiopia before continuing her journey to London on Tuesday.
President Donald Trump and Pope Francis have voiced their support for the parents of critically ill British baby Charlie Gard. The pair have been engaged in a long legal battle to take their son to the U.S. for treatment for a rare genetic disease.
A former graduate student charged with kidnapping a Chinese scholar had previously visited a website with an “Abduction 101” forum, federal authorities said. Brendt Allen Christensen, 28, is accused of abducting Yingying Zhang, 26, a visiting researcher from China. Christensen, who earned a master’s degree this year at the campus, used his cell phone to visit sites titled “perfect abduction fantasy” and “planning a kidnapping,” according to a federal criminal complaint.
Massachusetts State Police say a crash that injured 10 pedestrians near Boston’s airport does not appear to be an intentional act. The 56-year-old taxi driver’s vehicle struck the pedestrians in a taxi-queuing area Monday afternoon near Logan International Airport in East Boston.
A drone strike likely to have been carried out by the United States killed two suspected Al-Qaeda members in southern Yemen, a security official said on Sunday. One of the suspects was identified as Ibrahim al-Adani, who was said to have run Al-Qaeda's finances in the region. The United States considers the Yemen-based Al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula, or AQAP, to be the group's most dangerous branch and has conducted a long-running drone war against its leaders.
President Donald Trump tweeted on Sunday morning a roughly-edited video of himself tackling and repeatedly punching a figure with the CNN logo over its face, in his latest attack against the mainstream news media.