Clashes as U.S. flag burned at Republican convention

She added that the angry mood in the arena reflected the hostility the party faithful feel towards the Democrat. "I think there are certainly factions and groups of the Republican party who genuinely want to do what they can to reach a united country and eliminate some of the racial problems", he said .

Mickelson in contention at Royal Troon despite bumpy round

The 46-year-old Mickelson is shooting for his sixth major title. Sweden's Henrik Stenson, left, is congratulated by runner-up Phil Mickelson on the 18th green after Stenson shot a 63 to win his first major championship. Despite the fact that third-placed American Bill Haas is five shots adrift of Mickelson and six behind Stenson , the left-hander does not believe Sunday's closing round will turn into a match play situation between the top two.

Willie Robertson on Donald Trump: He will 'have our backs'

Trump, Scott Baio , ' and he goes, 'Oh my God, ' and he said to me, 'Did you want to speak?' and I went, 'Here?' and he goes, 'No, no, no, at the convention.' For additional information on Baio's speaking at the event, as well as the other celebrity speakers, click through our gallery.

Thunderous boos for Cruz for refusing to endorse Trump

McIver went on to say, "I offered my resignation to Mr. Trump and the Trump family, but they rejected it. Mr. Trump told me that people make innocent mistakes and that we learn and grow from these experiences". Democrats, Republicans and global partners warned of the risks of backing away from North Atlantic Treaty Organisation obligations. Republican delegates have attacked Clinton in extraordinary ways this week, including calls to "lock her up!" Polls following the convention will ...

Journalist who criticised Kremlin killed by auto bomb

The auto exploded in the central part of the city as Sheremet was driving. The death of Pavel Sheremet , 44, who wrote for Ukrayinska Pravda , comes against a backdrop of increased intimidation against investigative and independent journalists in Ukraine .

Turkish Coup Attempt Ripples Felt in Germany; EU Frets About Crackdown

Indeed, one report suggested that there will be a movement to restore the death penalty in Turkey so that the leaders of the coup can be sentenced to death. The government suspended 15,200 state education employees allegedly linked to the "Fethullah Terrorist Organisation" - its name for Gulen's network - and demanded the resignation of nearly 1,600 deans from private and state universities.