Toluse Olorunnipa, The Washington Post Published 12:14 pm PDT, Friday, March 29, 2019 President Trump stops to talk to reporters as he walks to Marine One before departing the White House on Thursday. President Trump stops to talk to reporters as he walks to Marine One before departing the White House on Thursday. Photo: Washington Post Photo By Jabin Botsford. Photo: Washington Post Photo By Jabin Botsford. Image 1 of / 1 Caption Close Image 1 of 1 President Trump stops to talk to reporters as he walks to Marine One before departing the White House on Thursday. President Trump stops to talk to reporters as he walks to Marine One before departing the White House on Thursday. Photo: Washington Post Photo By Jabin … [Read more...] about ‘It’ll happen fast’: President Trump creates problems and then rushes in to solve them
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A MAN was knifed in front of horrified commuters during rush hour in Tottenham today as blood continues to spill on London's streets. The victim, aged in his 30s, was found with stab wounds at around 6.35am in North London. He was rushed to hospital but his injuries are not believed to be life threatening, police said. The knifeman is still on the loose and there have been no arrests. Today's bloodshed comes as knife crime rages on in Britain - with a man aged in his early 20s stabbed to death last night. Armed cops swooped on a mosque in Regent's Park, London, after receiving reports the suspect ran inside after the horror unfolded at around 6.15pm. BLOODSHED RAGES ON The victim - stabbed in a nearby housing block in Westminster - was the 31st murder victim in Lawless London. It came after Ramane Richard Wiggan, 25, was shot dead in West Norwood on Wednesday afternoon - around the same time a 17-year-old was repeatedly stabbed in Walthamstow, East London. STABBINGS AT A 40 YEAR … [Read more...] about Man in his 30s is stabbed in front of horrified commuters in ANOTHER knifing on London’s bloody streets
British MPs rejected UK Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit deal by a margin of 149 votes Tuesday night. The House of Commons now prepares to vote again today on whether the UK should leave the European Union without a deal on March 29. If this is rejected, MPs will vote again on Thursday on extending Article 50. So, how is British media reacting the morning after this historic defeat? … [Read more...] about Brexit roundup: How is British media reacting to May’s defeat?
PUBLISHED: 16:56 17 January 2019 Lorraine King Asma Begum was found dead on Friday. Pic: Met Police Archant A man is due in court today charged with the murder of a woman who died from a neck injury in Poplar. Jalal Uddin, 46, is accused of killing 31-year-old Asma Begum who was found at a flat in an 18-storey block in City Island Way, last Friday afternoon.She was pronounced dead at the scene just before 4.15pm.Uddin is due to appear at the Old Bailey. … [Read more...] about Man due in court today accused of Poplar murder
At some point, Stacy Lambright’s husband had to ask why she was keeping a huge bundle of glossy political mailers in their suburban Thornton home. “It’s obscene,” she explained. Nearly every day, Lambright fetches another full-page ad from her mailbox — most of them about the state Senate race in which Democrat Faith Winter is challenging Republican incumbent Beth Martinez Humenik — and files it into a folder in a small cabinet. Along with the parades of canvassers and the constant Facebook ads, the advertising is a clear signal: The Lambrights have some of the most important votes in Colorado’s 2018 elections. When Nov. 6 comes, this will be one of five down-ballot districts that makes or breaks Democrats’ hopes of taking over both chambers of the Colorado General Assembly. Neither side is letting this fight go easily: The Lambrights’ Senate District 24 could easily see $1 million in spending as Winter and Martinez Humenik compete … [Read more...] about Colorado’s political future comes down to five Senate districts, and money is rushing in