Defying Trump, US states, cities and firms unite behind Paris accord

Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn labelled Trump's action "reckless and dangerous" and accused May of "subservience" to the President. Time's Zeke Miller asked. He's received awards as a businessman in that regard. "At a time when the world is increasingly feeling the impact of climate change, from the melting Artic ice cap, Pacific islanders on Tuvalu facing losing their homes, to the bleaching of the Great Barrier Reef, the need to respond to climate change has never be more pressing", he ...

WRAPUP 4-Attackers plough van into London crowd, stab revellers, kill six

He expressed condolences to the bereaved families and prayed for early recovery of the injured. It was suspended for three days after the Manchester attack on May 22. Scotland's First Minister, Nicola Sturgeon , said: "My thoughts are with the families and friends of those who have tragically lost their lives and with everyone who has been harmed or affected by these awful incidents".

Adani Australia Signs Royalty Payments Agreement With Government

Adani Australia Signs Royalty Payments Agreement With Government

The NAIF abstention comes a day after the state government called a snap cabinet meeting to settle on the royalty plan to be offered to the Adani Group . Ms Palaszczuk defended the royalty plan on Saturday, saying there was no "holiday" and that Adani would have to pay "every full". "I wouldn't surprised if Adani say this is all too hard".

Police arrest 12 people in Barking in connection with terror attack

And at least one cab company tweeted an offer of free rides for people stranded in the area. At least six people were killed by attackers near London Bridge on Saturday, police said . "Someone said, 'What is going on?' and one of the people running said, 'There is a man with a knife up there and he is coming this way.' There was complete panic as everyone ran to the back of the restaurant and crouched down trying to hide themselves from view", the witness said.

House Intelligence Committee Sends Subpoenas to Intel Agencies, cites ex-Obama Officials

Americans' names picked up in foreign communications intercepts must be concealed unless senior officials request them to be disclosed for intelligence or law enforcement purposes. One of the least-discussed aspects of the current scandal enveloping the Trump administration over Russian contact is that Russia nearly inarguably at this point engaged in an act of information warfare.