Anthony Police Officer Charged in Castile Shooting Goes on Trial

NELSON: Jury selection is set to resume tomorrow, and the trial is expected to take at least three weeks. St. Anthony Officer Jeronimo Yanez is on trial for second-degree manslaughter in the death of Philando Castile during a traffic stop in the St.

Police launch summer crackdown on drink and drug drivers

Police launch summer crackdown on drink and drug drivers

Every year in Hampshire and Thames Valley, 140 people are killed or seriously injured on roads as a result of alcohol. Between April 2016 and March 2017, 1,024 people were arrested on suspicion of drink driving in Essex and 695 were arrested on suspicion of drug driving.

Nunes Issues Subpoenas on 'Unmasking'

According to a congressional source, the three subpoenas related to unmasking were seeking information on any unmasking requests by former National Security Adviser Susan Rice, former CIA Director John Brennan, and former U.N. "Commitments to recuse himself have not been fully honored", Adam Schiff said in an interview with MSNBC. "I went and looked at what I knew existed on the unmaskings, but what I found was a treasure trove of stuff that's really bad in terms of surveillance on ...

Ten government soldiers killed in Philippines military air strike - minister

As of Wednesday, 19 civilians and 21 security forces had died, according to state media. The armed forces continue to conduct ground assaults while hammering militant positions with airstrikes from bombers and attack helicopters. - Reuters picThe pro-Islamic State Maute group has proven to be a fierce enemy, clinging on to the heart of Marawi City through days of air strikes on what the military called known rebel targets, defying expectations of a swift end to their occupation.

World leaders accuse Trump of turning his back on the planet

It will take almost four years for the country to withdraw from the pact. The U.S. only sources about 13 percent of its electricity from renewables. "The Paris Agreement was adopted by all nations in the world in 2015 because they recognise the vast harm that climate change is already causing and the enormous opportunity that climate action presents".

EU's Juncker opens China summit vowing 'no backsliding' on Paris deal

EU's Juncker opens China summit vowing 'no backsliding' on Paris deal

A White House official said earlier in the day that Trump was planning to pull out of the Paris deal, although a final decision hadn't been made. "Now that there are signs that the USA wants to untie itself from global connections, the relationship with China is becoming more and more important, " Juncker told Politico on Thursday, a day before the EU-China summit.