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Mr Cameron said "populism" had cost him his job and, in a question and answer session following his speech, he said: "So far these three events - the Brexit referendum, the election of President Trump, the referendum in Italy - I'm sure people are going to write about this movement of unhappiness and concern about the state of the world." He said a mixture of economics and cultural arguments had influenced the British and US votes, but in Italy "it's more connected with the euro".
An extraordinary breach has emerged between President-elect Donald J. Trump and the national security establishment, with Mr. Trump mocking American intelligence assessments that Russia interfered in the election on his behalf, and top Republicans vowing investigations into Kremlin activities.
Mr. Trump’s team lashed out at the agencies after The Washington Post reported that the C.I.A. believed that Russia had intervened to undercut Mrs. Clinton and lift Mr. Trump, and The New York Times reported that Russia had broken into Republican National Committee computer networks just as they had broken into Democratic ones, but had released documents only on the Democrats.
President-elect Donald Trump shut down some of his companies in the days after the election, including four that appeared connected to a possible Saudi Arabia business venture, according to corporate registrations in Delaware.
The Trump Organization's general counsel, Alan Garten, described shutting down the four companies as routine “housecleaning” and said there was no existing Trump business venture in Saudi Arabia.
Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov, speaking in Germany after talks with U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry, said military experts and diplomats would meet Saturday in Geneva to work out details of the rebels’ exit from Aleppo’s eastern neighborhoods, along with civilians who are willing to leave the city.
Hundreds of civilians streamed out of eastern Aleppo on foot Friday as Syrian troops and allied forces waged a relentless campaign to drive rebels from their rapidly crumbling enclave.
All four indexes closed at record highs Thursday, and they're on pace for their biggest weekly gains since the presidential election.
South Korea's Kospi index slid 0.3% after legislators voted to impeach President Park Geun-hye over a corruption scandal. She has denied allegations she colluded with a confidante who extorted companies and manipulated state affairs.
There were euphoric cheers from the crowd outside the National Assembly on Friday when its speaker announced the outcome: By 234 to 56, South Korean lawmakers had voted to impeach President Park Geun-hye for her role in a corruption scandal that has paralyzed the country for two months.
Ms. Park and Ms. Choi are going down, but the rulers of the nation’s economy look set to get away with their pretense of innocence.
President-elect Donald Trump unloaded on China during the third stop on his "thank you" victory tour, telling a crowd in Des Moines, Iowa that the country is "going to start" playing by the rules.
Trump took aim at China, for among other things, product dumping, currency manipulation and the "massive theft of intellectual property." Ahead of the stop, Trump met with victims of the attack on the campus of Ohio State University last week, as well as 150 first responders to thank them for their service.
Until local leaders define a pathway for liminal spaces towards civic oversight that isn’t a pretext for expulsion, denizens of old warehouses, foundries, creameries, and churches will likely rely on the clandestine communities where they first feel safe.
For years, non-conforming bodies and those outside the mainstream have found refuge and possibility in derelict buildings throughout Oakland. Integral community members were lost in the fire, and many of them were dear friends and inspired artists with radically inclusive visions of a music and arts scene.
World diplomats have pleaded for safe passage for Aleppo’s civilians and for respect to be shown to Syria’s disintegrating rebel forces as Bashar al-Assad’s army moves ever closer to victory in the devastated city.
Kerry urged Russia to show “a little grace” as he was due to meet his Russian counterpart, Sergei Lavrov, in Geneva, hoping for a deal to enable people to leave Aleppo. The UN has expressed concern about reports that hundreds of men have gone missing after reaching government-held territory.
John Glenn, the former astronaut and U.S. senator who became the first American to orbit the earth, will be laid to rest at Arlington National Cemetery, Fox News has learned.
"Godspeed, John Glenn," fellow astronaut Scott Carpenter radioed just before Glenn thundered off a Cape Canaveral launch pad, now a National Historic Landmark, to a place America had never been. After two suborbital flights by Alan Shepard Jr. and Gus Grissom, it was up to Glenn to be the first American to orbit the Earth.
Seattle have been waiting, certainly, and the wait has seemed longer because they’re a big club, with huge attendances for MLS, and a record of successful Cup soccer in the US Open Cup – yet they’ve never reached an MLS Cup, let alone won one, despite making the playoffs every year of their existence.
Toronto have been around longer than Seattle, yet talking about a decade-long wait for MLS Cup implies that an MLS Cup has been even a remote possibility for most of that time.
Even if recounts in Michigan, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin were all to go ahead, they would be extremely unlikely to change the outcome of Republican Trump's win over Democrat Hillary Clinton.
Two justices on Thursday disqualified themselves from the case because Trump had listed them as possible nominees to fill the U.S. Supreme Court vacancy, according to court documents.
In a lengthy taped interview with FBI agents conducted a day after he fatally shot nine black members of a Charleston Bible study, Dylann Roof casually and matter-of-factly confessed to the crimes, giggling uneasily as he recounted his actions and his motivation.
Roof told investigators he chose Emanuel AME Church because of its history as the oldest black church in the South and because he was confident only black people would attend the Bible study.
Prime Minister Binali Yildirim and Istanbul Governor Vasip Sahin were also notified about the attack, Anadolu said.
Police cordoned off the area as smoke rose from behind the newly built Vodafone Arena Stadium, known colloquially as Besiktas Stadium after the local team and neighborhood.
The Supreme Court issued a stay just before Smith’s scheduled 6 p.m. execution to give itself time to consider Smith’s appeal, then lifted the stay without explanation but soon issued a second one, which it also soon lifted, and Smith was finally killed by lethal injections that began at 10:25 p.m. . On a separate appeals track, Smith also had asked the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals to halt his execution while he argued that Alabama’s three-drug lethal-injection protocol is unconstitutional — an argument that other death row inmates in Alabama and elsewhere have made.