May and Corbyn set out opposing European Union 'no deal' stances

Corbyn is trailing in polls behind Prime Minister Theresa May of the Conservative party. Corbyn eschewed numerous sound bites that characterize this form of politicking, disarming a studio audience with humor and making strides in erasing a public image as a tense far-left campaigner who has trouble connecting with the concerns of working-class voters.

Explosion hits near diplomatic area in Afghanistan

A statement added: "These heinous acts go against the values of humanity as well values of peaceful Afghans". Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi , now in Spain, denounced the Kabul mayhem. No terrorist group has claimed the attack yet, and the Taliban have denied it was carried out in their name. The spokesman, Najib Danish, said he was unable to give a breakdown of the toll.

What's new in season 5 of 'House of Cards'

Netflix's " House of Cards " returns May 30th, but nothing compares to the real life spin off, House of Trump. But that's the point of House of Cards: these people are so narcissistic and sociopathic, you can't help but cheer them on. What do you make of the latest season? But the problem now is that Kevin Spacey's Frank Underwood seems nearly Lincoln-like by real-life standards.

Regrettably, We Must Report That Donald Trump Is Back On His Bullshit

But in Europe, Trump's "America First" foreign policy appeared to alienate other members of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization, the 68-year-old alliance meant to contain Russian Federation - the country at the center of a growing controversy over ties to Trump aides.

4 killed on Alabama roads during Memorial Day weekend

4 killed on Alabama roads during Memorial Day weekend

Troopers made 550 arrests for driving under the influence and issued 13,916 speeding citations over the long holiday weekend. A year ago six people died in five different accidents. "We are dedicated to reversing this deadly trend, but we need assistance from you, the motoring public". While the holiday travel period is over, troopers will continue to participate in the national safety seat belt usage campaign Click it or Ticket through June 4.

Bomb kills 13, hurts 24 in Baghdad; IS claims responsibility

Fourteen people were killed and 34 were wounded when a bomb went off outside a government pension office. The Daesh Takfiri terrorist group claimed responsibility for the bombing, with its affiliated Amaq outlet saying a bomber had targeted a "gathering of Shias".