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House Republican Leader Kevin McCarthy has come out against a bipartisan committee to investigate the Capitol insurrection, a proposal drafted by one of his GOP colleagues, as Republicans press for a broader investigation that includes investigating Black Lives Matter protests. “The renewed focus by Democrats to now stand up an additional commission ignores the political violence that has struck American cities, a Republican Congressional baseball practice, and, most recently, the deadly attack on Capitol Police on April 2, 2021,” Mr McCarthy said in a letter on Tuesday.
Former president claims Biden able announce Afghanistan troop withdrawal because he ‘built train that couldn’t be stopped’
The attorney would not comment on whether he felt the congressman should be indicted
Left-wing senator has previously called US support for Israel into question, including on issue of settlements in occupied territories
Report on unidentified aerial phenomena to be delivered to Senate next month
Former mayor of New York reportedly under investigation for work in Ukraine during Trump presidency
European Union ambassadors are set to meet on Wednesday to finalise a plan to allow fully vaccinated people to fly to Europe without quarantine or Covid testing. Residents of seven countries, including Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, and Israel, are currently allowed into the bloc for non-essential travel. The proposal calls for a lifting of the ban on non-essential travel in countries that have fewer than 100 Covid infections per 100,000 people.
Couple reported donating 5 per cent of earnings to charitable causes
Holidaymakers from England, Scotland and Wales are now able to jet off for some early summer sun.
‘From the Desk of Donald J Trump’ site went down on Saturday
‘I am so proud of you. Keep dreaming with ambition and there is nothing you cannot achieve,’ the vice president writes
Bill forces death row inmates to choose between firing squad and electric chair
‘People need time to recover and to heal and to figure out how to be social and to be interactive and human again’
The Disney+ Marvel hit collected four awards including best show at the in-person Hollywood event.
Investors should not fund new oil, gas and coal supply projects if the world wants to reach net zero emissions by mid-century, the International Energy Agency (IEA) said on Tuesday, in the top global watchdog's starkest warning yet to curb fossil fuels. Any abrupt halt to new oil and gas projects by next year still appears unlikely, however, as energy majors' spending plans still tilt heavily towards hydrocarbons, and oil-producing nations such as Norway plan new licensing rounds.
A “shadow trial” of advanced eye-tracking technology will be conducted in the Super Rugby Trans-Tasman tournament in Australia and New Zealand as part of World Rugby’s bid to tackle head injuries by improving the detection of concussions. The virtual reality technology, known as NeuroFlex, is set to be used during matches as part of the head injury assessment (HIA) process under a partnership between Rugby Australia, Rugby New Zealand and World Rugby.
Democrat Joe Biden has promised to undo many of Donald Trump's immigration policies.
The tech icon has been reportedly hiding out at the Palm Desert oasis for months
New Zealand Rugby has confirmed the All Blacks will play Fiji twice and Tonga once in July internationals. The All Blacks were due to play two tests against Italy and one against Fiji, but Italy withdrew because of concerns about traveling during the coronavirus pandemic. The test against Tonga will be played at Auckland’s Mount Smart Stadium on July 3 and will be preceded by a match between New Zealand Maori and Samoa.
UK proposes customs checks for food heading to NI to ease Brexit tensions Boris Johnson: Everyone must 'play their part' to beat Indian variant Vaccines appear to prevent 97 per cent of Indian variant infections Andrew Marr hints at BBC exit over impartiality frustrations Coronavirus latest news: PM's advice on hugging as lockdown eases Downing Street is no longer promising that conclusions of social distancing and Covid passports reviews will be announced this month, citing uncertainty caused by the Indian variant. The Prime Minister's official spokesman said at a briefing of political journalists this afternoon that there was no "set time" for those announcements to be made. Yet Boris Johnson had set out a time frame only last week, saying an update on whether social distancing will continue and Covid status certificates will be needed after June 21 would come later in May. The change in position reflects the new uncertainty created by a surge in the Indian variant of Covid-19, which early data suggests could be more transmissible than other variants. The Health Secretary confirmed in an address about Covid-19 to the Commons on Monday that there are now 86 local authorities where there are five or more cases of the Indian variant, and cases have more than doubled over the last week in the worst hit local authorities. He said that early evidence suggests the Indian variant is more transmissible than the previously dominant Kent variant, however he added that "we do not yet know to what extent it is more transmissible". No 10's decision to no longer pledge announcements by the end of the month will raise concerns that the June 21 unlocking could happen on a smaller scale than hoped for just a few weeks ago. Government figures have stressed that early data suggests the Covid vaccines remain effective against the Indian variant and urged people to get their two doses when eligible.