Increased security in Derbyshire following Manchester terror attack

Last night, a suicide bomber killed 22 people, including children, as an explosion tore through fans leaving a pop concert in Manchester. Police Scotland's chief constable, Phil Gormley, said the force was reviewing all security plans. He added: "Families and many young people were out to enjoy a concert at the Manchester Arena, with some of those not returning home". "Terrorists aim to create distrust and fear in our communities and we will not let this happen".

At least 19 killed, scores injured in Manchester blast

The taxi companies posted messages about the free rides on Twitter after an explosion at Manchester Arena after an Ariana Grande concert Monday night. Suzy Mitchell, whose flat is opposite the venue said she heard "a huge bang" and came out of her flat to see "everyone was running away in big crowds".

US President Trump arrives in Israel on flight from Riyadh

He once mused that he thought "Islam hates us" and repeatedly slammed former President Barack Obama for refusing to use the term "radical Islamic extremism". "It's the message that we have said in various tenors and tones in the past, and it's something that's just a truism - you can't fight a war like this one-handed", Schreiber said.

Chris Christie: I Warned Donald Trump About Michael Flynn

Chris Christie: I Warned Donald Trump About Michael Flynn

Christie has made it clear that when he led Trump's White House transition, he did not see eye to eye with Flynn, a retired Army lieutenant general who had been forced out of the Defense Intelligence Agency by former President Barack Obama.

Eurozone jobs growth running at 'near-decade highs'

The PMIs are the first measure of activity to cover the period since pro-European centrist Emmanuel Macron was elected president of France on May 7, easily defeating the anti-euro Marine Le Pen. At 3:30 am ET Tuesday, IHS Markit publishes Germany's flash PMI data. The French composite output index, rose to 57.6 points, its highest since 2011.