Governor wants Pennsylvania to join greenhouse gas reduction program

(Reuters) – Democratic Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf asked Republican lawmakers on Tuesday to authorize the state to join a program to reduce greenhouse gas emissions in several Northeastern U.S.... Read more »

Emiliano Sala: UK police arrest man on suspicion of manslaughter

Sala, 28, and pilot David Ibbotson, 59, were killed in a plane crash over the English Channel in January. The striker had recently signed with English Premier League club... Read more »

Power outage suspends some New York-Philadelphia trains: Amtrak

FDNY officers are seen as train service is suspended at Penn Station in New York City, U.S., June 19, 2019. REUTERS/Jeenah Moon NEW YORK (Reuters) – A power outage... Read more »

Jury to begin deliberating in trial of accused sex cult founder

NEW YORK (Reuters) – Jurors on Wednesday are expected to begin deliberating the fate of Keith Raniere, the New York man accused of running a cult-like group in which... Read more »

Donald Trump’s 2020 bid begins by bashing Clinton at kickoff in Orlando

He partied like it was 2016. But Trump’s ceremonial 2020 campaign launch rally also reverberated with the unity-shredding grievances that threaten to whip up equal fervor against him and... Read more »

Phoenix residents boo police, demand reforms after child shoplifter incident

(Reuters) – Phoenix police and city officials were met with shouts and boos at a community meeting on Tuesday over a viral cellphone video showing an officer pointing a... Read more »

Trump relies on campaign nostalgia to launch 2020 bid

Trump relies on campaign nostalgia to launch 2020 bid The put upTrump relies on campaign nostalgia to launch 2020 bidappeared first on CNN Read more »

Guatemala says it has not pledged to accept U.S.-bound asylum seekers

GUATEMALA CITY (Reuters) – Guatemala has not yet committed to becoming a “safe third country” for U.S.-bound migrants seeking asylum, but is analyzing with the United States how to... Read more »

Tory leadership race spotlights Rory Stewart, not Boris Johnson

But something strange has happened. All the attention is not on the rockstar front runner, Boris Johnson, but an insurgent outsider. Rory Stewart, the current international development secretary, has... Read more »

Murder or mutiny? Arguments begin in Navy SEAL’s court martial in San Diego

SAN DIEGO (Reuters) – Did decorated U.S. Navy SEAL Chief Ed Gallagher murder a teenage Islamic State fighter or is he being framed by mutinying sailors he commanded and... Read more »