Turkey rejects Arab demands to close military base in Qatar

Gargash said that if Qatar fails to comply within the 10-day timeline set out in the ultimatum, it will be isolated. The document has not been published but has been widely leaked and the demands are sweeping in their scope. "The alternative is not escalation, the alternative is parting of ways, because it is very hard for us to maintain a collective grouping", UAE Minister of State for Foreign Affairs Anwar Gargash told reporters.

Amid criticism, Nancy Pelosi says she's 'confident' most Democrats have her back

BENNETT: It's a criticism rooted in generational angst about the future of the Democratic Party and its leaders. "At some point, the coach has got to go, right?" said Rep. Trump's collapse in November - he beat Hillary Clinton by just 1.5 percentage points in a district that Mitt Romney had carried by 24 points four years earlier - was the sole reason national Democrats saw the race as potentially competitive.

US lawmakers urge Trump to press PM Modi on trade, investment

Beginning Monday afternoon, the two leaders would spend several hours together in various settings including one-o-one, delegation level, a reception and conclude with a working dinner. The US restrictions on H-1B visa may have the unintended effect of freeing up Indian talent there, who can then focus on building software for Indian problems and needs.

Key Republican Collins has 'serious concerns' on healthcare bill

No, it doesn't. The devil is not in the details, it's in the big picture. Depending on how states absorb them, the cuts could effect not only medical care, but other things Medicaid covers such as nursing home beds and in-home support services for people like Enfield.

Brexit talks: Citizens' rights and exit bill ahead of trade

Brexit talks: Citizens' rights and exit bill ahead of trade

For his part, and sounding conciliatory, Johnson said as he arrived at a meeting with fellow European Union foreign ministers in Luxembourg that he looked forward to "a happy revolution" in relations that would be good for Britain and the rest of Europe .

With JD-U, Kovind's support base swells

With JD-U, Kovind's support base swells

The Opposition parties are meeting on June 22 to decide on fielding a consensus candidate for the presidential election . Earlier in the day, JDU leader KC Tyagi on the behalf of the party said, "We chose to extend support to NDA's presidential candidate #RamNathKovind as his tenure as Governor had been peaceful".