EU Competition Commissioner Margrethe Vestager said she “very much liked” the United States, countering a reported remark by President Donald Trump that she “hated” the country because of her antitrust actions against U.S. firms.
Liberals may feel uneasy – but the intelligence agencies are essential to protecting the country from a rogue president
• Trump back-pedals on Russian meddling remarks after outcry
Donald Trump’s performance at his meeting with Vladimir Putin in Helsinki has convinced many observers that the US president has crossed the line into overtly colluding with a foreign power against the United States. As Trump parroted Russia’s line over that of his own intelligence agencies, the former CIA director John Brennan even said that his actions were “nothing short of treasonous”.
For all his denials of collusion – and his later back-pedalling – Trump himself publicly asked Russia to hack into Hillary Clinton’s emails during the presidential campaign. And according to a new indictment handed down by Robert Mueller, Moscow’s agents attempted to do just that for the first time later the same day.
Adolescent boys as well as girls should get the vaccine, an advisory committee says.
During All-Star week there have been rumblings that the National League will adopt the designated hitter rule. But pitchers themselves aren’t sold on the idea
It was a stray comment, a line tossed out by Tony Clark, the head of the baseball players union in his annual address to the media on Tuesday. But in saying baseball is getting closer to a day when pitchers will no longer hit in the National League, he may have set off an earthquake.
“Players are talking more about it than in the past,” Clark said, adding that the concept of bringing the designated hitter, who effectively bats for the pitcher, to the NL “is gaining momentum.”
The ceremony at Windsor Castle in October will be followed by a carriage procession through the town.
But Trump is making it more complicated.
A mass email using the “to” field instead of the “bcc” field identified possible abuse victims.
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Milwaukee Brewers reliever Josh Hader took responsibility for racist and homophobic tweets that resurfaced while he was pitching in the All-Star Game on Tuesday night.
Hader was alerted to an online firestorm regarding the tweets when he came out of the game. He locked his account and after the game he said the posts were from seven years ago when he was 17 and “immature”. Some of the tweets used the n-word while another one stated “I hate gay people”.