Catholics in Florida remember victims of Pulse nightclub

Catholics in Florida remember victims of Pulse nightclub

One woman spoke at a memorial and said, "Out of the darkness Orlando rose as a beacon of light and we shine that bright light on the issues of equality and love". The city of is planning to turn the closed nightclub into a permanent memorial. In one sour note for the day, an anti-gay protestor, Daniel Maguire, was arrested Monday near the nightclub and is facing misdemeanor charges of breach of peace and resisting an officer without violence.

Scalise is 'in some trouble' as condition remains critical

Mr Scalise , 51, a Louisiana Republican who is the No 3 House Republican , remained in critical condition at a hospital a few miles from the stadium after undergoing a third surgery on Thursday. Once recovered, Mr Scalise will be able to walk and hopefully run, the doctor said. The Congressional Baseball game had "higher attendance than MLB games in Chicago, Cleveland, Detroit, MN, Oakland", according to The New York Times .

Brexit negotiations with EU to begin on Monday: Britain

In a sign that Britain was sticking to its guns on some of the key points in negotiations with the European Union , the Brexit minister said on Friday no deal could be struck on exiting the European Union unless the future relationship with the bloc was taken into account alongside the withdrawal terms.

London fire: Theresa May pledges $6.4 million for survivors

Khan says he believes their grief was being exacerbated by the lack of information. Officials said measures were already in place to ensure tall blocks were safe, but that they would be revisited to see if any action needed to be taken.

Queen Elizabeth Meets Locals Affected By London Fire

The Guardian newspaper reported that contractors installed a cheaper, less flame-resistant type of panelling in the renovation that ended in May 2016. Harley Facades, which fitted the panels, told the BBC: "At this time , we are not aware of any link between the fire and the exterior cladding to the tower".

Theresa May Wants Answers About The London Apartment Tower Fire

The speed with which the fire spread shocked experts and its heavy black smoke forced many in the tower's 120 apartments to stay inside and wait for help. EX-Croydon Central MP and former housing minister Gavin Barwell this morning dodged questions about his role in a delayed fire safety review which some believe contributed to the disaster.