Manslaughter charges eyed in deadly Grenfell Tower blaze

Police said the fire started in a faulty fridge freezer and the cladding and insulation on the block has failed safety tests. "We are looking at all health and safety and fire safety offenses, and we are reviewing every company at the moment involved in the building and refurbishment of Grenfell Tower".

Trump says he's told 'a straight story' on Comey

Trump says he's told 'a straight story' on Comey

The acting Republican chairman and senior Democrat in charge of the House Intelligence Committee's Russian Federation investigation had given the White House a June 23 deadline to produce any recordings that might exist of Trump's conversations with Comey.

Iran tells Riyadh to free Iranian fishermen, compensate for death

Qatar shares a massive offshore natural gas field with Iran which supplies the small nation that will host the 2022 FIFA World Cup its wealth. Relations between Saudi Arabia and Iran have strained since Riyadh severed diplomatic ties with Tehran early previous year.

Iran missile attack in IS a public demand

Iran launched the missiles into Syria on Sunday, the first time in 30 years it has used them against a foreign country. As per the reports, several ground-to-ground, mid-range missiles were fired from bases in Kermanshah province, western Iran.

Pacers Pick Up 3 Players In NBA Draft

Pacers Pick Up 3 Players In NBA Draft

In summer of 2015, when it was time to start looking for a suitable college home-Arizona, Indiana and OR were considered before choosing UCLA-Leaf decided instead to go back to his homeland, this time as a member of the Israeli under-18 national team in the European division B tournament.

Four GOP senators to oppose current Republican health care bill

The health-care bill drafted by Senate Republicans finally emerged from behind closed doors on Thursday, and with its cuts to Medicaid to fund tax cuts for the rich, the plan is "breathtakingly cruel", Seth Meyers said . Four Republican senators say they are not ready to vote for the GOP health care bill, putting the measure in jeopardy. Unlike the House version, the Senate bill keeps Obamacare's subsidy system, albeit at lower levels.