France church attack second suspect identified

Before the attack, police had been searching for Petitjean for several days, and allegedly had information that he was preparing an attack, French media reported, citing sources close to the investigation. The incident took place around 9:30 during morning Mass on Tuesday at a parish church in Saint-√Čtienne-du-Rouvray, a community of 29,000 people near the city of Rouen, about 75 miles northwest of Paris .

Turks deepen purge, warn allies to extradite coup suspects

Turkey's Prime Minister Binali Yildirim warned the crackdown and purge unleashed after the coup was not over. The military has insisted that only a tiny proportion of the total armed forces - which number around three quarters of a million, the second-largest in North Atlantic Treaty Organisation after the United States - took part in the coup.

Labour leadership hopeful Owen Smith issues plea for party's future

More than 183,000 people paid £25 to apply to vote and Mr Corbyn's team claim it is "reasonable to assume" the majority of those will back him. However, with campaign group Saving Labour amassing growing support, the race is now on between Corbyn and his left-wing and union fans and those - like many young supporters - who believe he failed Labour over Brexit.

Trump bounces into the lead

Trump bounces into the lead

A separate Morning Consult poll released Monday showed the GOP nominee edging Clinton by 4 percentage points. When Libertarian candidate Gary Johnson and Green Party candidate Jill Stein are included, Trump is still ahead of Clinton in the poll, 44 percent to 39 percent.

NFL Clears Peyton Manning Of PED Use After Seven-Month Investigation

Exoneration for Peyton Manning . "Angry, furious - disgusted is how I really feel, " Manning said in an interview with ESPN back on December 27. In its official statement on the matter, the league said that both Mannings - Peyton and his wife, Ashley - cooperated fully with the investigation.

Clinton trashes Trump's 'dark and divisive vision'

Clinton trashes Trump's 'dark and divisive vision'

Shortly after Trump completed his speech, the Clinton campaign sent out an email seeking donations. "I ain't one of them". Basking in the glow of victory, Trump dismissed Cruz's opposition in his remarks to volunteers and said he wouldn't accept the Texan's endorsement in any event.