On May 22, 2017, during Grande's concert in Manchester, England, suicide bomber Salman Abedi detonated a homemade shrapnel device, killing 22 people and wounding more than 800, many of whom were children who suffered physical and psychological injuries.
President Donald Trump is declining to say whether he has confidence in Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein after the White House negotiated rare access to classified documents for Trump's congressional allies. In the Oval Office on Tuesday, Trump said the meeting was "routine" and reiterated that Kelly was setting up a meeting with stakeholders. That group regularly receives classified briefings.
Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg faced a barrage of tough questions from European Union politicians Tuesday , largely repeating answers he'd given before a pair of U.S. Multiple members of the European Parliament pressed Zuckerberg on whether Facebook is a monopoly, with one asking whether the CEO could convince him that the company does not need to be broken up.Zuckerberg said Facebook exists "in a very competitive space", pointing out people use different tools to ...
Three days after a shooting at a Texas high school took the lives of eight students and two teachers , a town and a country are trying to figure out what comes next. Over the weekend, there were more tributes at church services and vigils. According to an affidavit filed in court, he waived his right to remain silent and admitted "to shooting multiple people".
Mr Kuriki made headlines through his dogged refusal to accept defeat, returning to the highest mountain in the world after each of seven failed attempts more determined to reach the 8,848m (29,029ft) summit. In 2012, he lost nine of his fingers to frostbite. Local media reported that the climber died of a cardiac arrest. Teams have to end their attempts by the end of this month as weather conditions deteriorate.
The UK political consulting company voluntarily submitted a petition to declare bankruptcy at the US Bankruptcy Court Southern District of NY late last night. The company, which did work for U.S. President Donald Trump's 2016 campaign, said in a May 2 statement on its website that it lost "virtually all" customers and suppliers as a result of reports that it improperly obtained information from tens of millions of Facebook (fb) users.
A Sheffield man whose father's secret gambling addiction landed him behind bars is "delighted" the maximum stake on fixed odds betting machines is being slashed. The group said the stake cut could also hit annual earnings by between £70 million and £100 million, given that it is estimated to reduce its total gaming net revenues by as much as 45 per cent.
Arteta is presently an assistant coach to Pep Guardiola at champions Manchester City , but has been in talks with the Arsenal hierarchy about taking the job. Max Allegri ruled himself out of the job by saying "I'll be at Juventus next year if they don't sack me..." and the Director of Football at 1899 Hoffenheim confirmed Nagelsmann's future, saying "Julian Nagelsmann will be our coach next season, 100 percent".
The wave of new treatments, of which Aimovig is the first to get approval, are going after the huge migraine market. In Phase II and III studies in chronic and episodic migraine, Aimovig was demonstrated to reduce monthly migraine days, including in more difficult-to-treat populations, with majority of patients achieving about a 50% reduction.
British consulting company Cambridge Analytica has filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy at the US Bankruptcy Court Southern District of NY. The U.K. branch of the company had filed for protection from creditors in the U.K. Facebook claims it changed its policies in 2014 to prevent apps from accessing info on users' friends in the way that Kogan's quiz had done. Facebook has faced multiple investigations in the United States and Europe over its handling of personal data of users, hurting shares ...