Fears, frustrations grow as death toll in London building fire rises

Queen Elizabeth and her grandson Prince William visited a community center Friday close to where the disaster happened, and spoke to people affected by the tragedy. But at the 120-unit Grenfell - which had no sprinkler system and just one stairwell - at least 17 people were killed as flames raged through the tower Wednesday just after 1 a.m.

When will Loretta Lynch be investigated?

Remember, former FBI Director James Comey's testimony last week before the Senate Intelligence Committee raised many unanswered questions about Ms. On June 11, the Senate Minority Leader, Democratic Sen. During his remarks, the former FBI director explained that his decision to publicly announce his findings in the Clinton probe in July 2016 was partly prompted by Lynch asking him to describe the investigation as a "matter".

DUP could do great service for whole of Ireland: former TD

Major, who helped lay the foundations of the 1998 agreement that ended two decades of sectarian conflict in Northern Ireland when he was in government, said it would imperil the United Kingdom government's impartial role in the peace process.

Britain, EU in suspense

Britain, EU in suspense

They have demanded that Northern Ireland Secretary of State James Brokenshire step aside from chairing any part of the talks. The DUP continue to hammer out the details of the deal with the Tories. The government meanwhile said the state opening of the parliament - when May's government presents its legislation programme - will take place on June 21, two days later than planned.

'Steve Scalise Took A Bullet For All Of Us'

Scalise was reported to have been tended to by Rep. Brad Wenstrup of OH, a US Army Reserve doctor who served in Iraq, before his treatment at the hospital. Capitol Police officer David Bailey , who chased down the gunman despite being wounded himself, hobbled out to the pitcher's mound on crutches to throw out the ceremonial first pitch of the game.

Trump publicly acknowledges Russia probe includes him

Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein has privately told colleagues that he may have to recuse himself from the Russian Federation probe, according to ABC News. It was not clear what prompted the statement, although it came hours after The Washington Post reported that the business dealings of Trump's son-in-law, Jared Kushner, are being examined as part of Mueller's investigation.