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White House says it helped Wisconsin in arrangement of 1,000 National Guard

The White House said on Wednesday it had helped Wisconsin in the organization of right around 1,000 National Guard troops following fights that have shaken the city of Kenosha after police shot a Black man on Sunday. "President Trump denounces viciousness in all structures and accepts we should shield all Americans from mayhem and rebellion," White House representative Kayleigh McEnany said in an announcement after the Justice Department said independently that it had conveyed in excess of 200 law-authorization operators to the city. Trump has been pushing Democratic lead representatives to demand National Guard and government law requirement backing to manage agitation that has followed the executing of a Black man in Minneapolis police guardianship in May. In the Wisconsin case, the state's lawyer general said specialists recouped a blade from the driver's side wood plank of the vehicle into which Jacob Blake Jr, was inclining when he was shot in the back by a cop

Republicans stress peace as Trump swims into Wisconsin fights

Republicans blamed Democrats for empowering common agitation and road savagery and adulated U.S. President Donald Trump on Wednesday as a solid supporter of law requirement in the midst of fights over the police shooting of a Black man in Wisconsin. U.S. VP Mike Pence talks in a fragment spilled during the generally virtual 2020 Republican National Convention broadcast from Washington, U.S. August 25, 2020. 2020 Republican National Convention/Handout by means of REUTERS On the third night of their show to select Trump for a second four-year term, Republican speakers consistently cast the Nov. 3 political decision against Democratic challenger Joe Biden as a decision of peace versus wilderness. VP Mike Pence, whose discourse will top the night, wanted to attack a future America if Biden, the previous VP, ought to win. "The hard truth is ... you won't be sheltered in Joe Biden's America," he said in selections delivered before the discourse. Three takeaways from Day Th

Illinois high schooler captured in deadly shooting at Kenosha fight, police say

A 17-year-old Illinois occupant associated with a short-term shooting during a dissent in Kenosha, Wisconsin, was arrested Wednesday morning, as per police in Antioch, Illinois. Wisconsin specialists gave a capture warrant accusing Kyle Rittenhouse of first-degree purposeful crime, Antioch Police said. He is in the authority of the Lake County Judicial System pending a removal hearing to move him from Illinois to Wisconsin. Antioch is situated around 15 to 20 miles from Kenosha, right over the state fringe. Kenosha Police Chief Daniel Miskinis affirmed that a 17-year-old Antioch inhabitant has been charged in a shooting occurrence and said that the man "was engaged with the utilization of guns to determine whatever contention was set up." He called the killings "silly savagery" and said he was unable to state what prompted the shooting. The capture comes not exactly a day after two individuals were killed and a third was truly injured in the shooting during a dissen

'If you messed with one, you'd have to deal with the other four!': Mel C says the Spice Girls were never harassed by men as they were 'PETRIFIED' of them

They were one of the biggest girl bands in the world, famed for their 'Girl Power' mantra. And the Spice Girls certainly had power in numbers as Mel C has revealed that they were never harassed as men were 'petrified' of them.  Speaking in relation to the #MeToo movement, the singer, 46, admitted that the band didn't face sexual harassment in the music industry as she remarked: 'If you messed with one, you'd have to deal with the other four.' No problems: Mel C has revealed that the Spice Girls were never harassed as men were 'petrified' of them (pictured in 2019)  She told the Table Manners podcast: 'I get asked quite a lot about the #MeToo movement within the music industry and if I ever experienced anything.  'And I'm like, 'Are you kidding me?' No one would come near the Spice Girls because they were petrified of us. 'You knew if you messed with one of them you'd have to deal with the other four... so we always had

Kyle Richards accuses Garcelle Beauvais of NOT paying $5K pledged for Children's Hospital LA during heated RHOBH reunion

The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills' Kyle Richards accused her co-star Garcelle Beauvais of not paying $5K she allegedly pledged for Children's Hospital Los Angeles in a teaser for the three-part season 10 reunion. The Hollywood-born 51-year-old was referring to the 'six-figure' Black and White charity auction she hosted at her $8.25M Encino estate, which was featured in the July 15th episode titled 'Black Ties and White Lies.' 'You came to my charity event, raised your paddle to donate $5K and never paid!' Kyle blasted the Haitian-born 53-year-old.   Say it ain't so! The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills' Kyle Richards accused her co-star Garcelle Beauvais of not paying $5K she allegedly pledged for Children's Hospital Los Angeles in a teaser for the three-part season 10 reunion 'Black Ties and White Lies': The Hollywood-born 51-year-old was referring to the 'six-figure' Black and White charity auction she hosted at her $8.

Queensland BAFFLED over how mystery coronavirus cluster began in Brisbane as another two people test positive including a prison officer – plunging 7000 inmates into lockdown

Queensland health officials are still battling to find the link between two growing coronavirus clusters, as an officer working at a prison training academy tests positive. The prisoner trainer worked on Friday before returning a positive result on Wednesday, coming into contact with other trainees  who have since been deployed to prisons - plunging 7,000 inmates across the state into lockdown.  'All correctional facilities in Queensland will remain on full lockdown this morning to allow for briefings and further advice from Queensland Health,' a QCS spokesperson said in a statement.   A Queensland Corrective Services Academy prison trainer has tested positive for COVID-19, plunging 7000 inmates into lockdown (pictured, a QCSA graduation ceremony) The new case has sparked fears of further community transmission as it takes a growing cluster in the state's southeast to 12.  Deputy Premier and Health Minister Steven Miles said the worker trained correctional officers, but d

'The BBC really is like W1A': Former news boss compares top of the corporation to the comedy show and says too many big decisions are made by 'white liberals'

The former head of BBC News has compared the top of the corporation to the comedy spoof W1A. Roger Mosey said the mockumentary, which sends up the corporation's politically correct bureaucracy, reflects 'a lot of truth'. The 62-year-old also told the Edinburgh TV Festival that too many of the BBC's big decisions are made in London by 'white liberals' and that its executives should better reflect the 'diversity of thought' found across the whole of Brexit Britain. The former head of BBC News has compared the top of the corporation to the comedy spoof W1A, pictured above He said: 'The W1A sitcom is a parody of course, but it does have an awful lot of truth in it about the way the organisation, the BBC, works and its kind of mindset and breaking that down. 'I do think geography is a really key part of it. It's all very well having Salford, and everywhere else, but I really think decisions should be made there. 'I know you've got Five L

Federal prosecutors say man who screamed 'Allahu Akbar' and stabbed a NYPD officer with a knife during BLM protests in June was motivated by ISIS

A man who stabbed a New York City police officer in the neck with a knife in June was motivated by the Islamic State militant group's materials he viewed online, federal prosecutors said on Wednesday. Dzenan Camovic, 20, a Bosnian immigrant living in Brooklyn, attacked the officers on June 3, during the chaos during the George Floyd protests. He allegedly shouted the Islamic refrain 'Allahu Akbar,' meaning God is great, repeatedly during the attack.  Camovic took the injured officer's gun and used it to shoot a responding NYPD officer. Both injured officers survived the attack. Camovic was shot eight times by NYPD officers, who arrived to assist their colleagues.  Dzenan Camovic, 20, allegedly stabbed a cop on anti-looting patrols in Brooklyn Two NYPD officers were injured in the June 3 attack in Brooklyn, while on anti-looting patrols  The New York Police Department released an image of a knife used in the attack Camovic was charged with attempted murder on June 6, a

Report: Players discussing leaving bubble

The position of NBA players at the bubble near Orlando is rapidly evolving and could lead to some or all teams leaving the campus environment, ESPN reported Wednesday. Marc Spears said players "aren't sure they want to stay in the bubble" as discussions around using their platform and leverage advance beyond Wednesday's three-game boycott. Players from all teams in the bubble were invited to a meeting set for Wednesday night to discuss their next steps. The Milwaukee Bucks were scheduled to play the Orlando Magic in Game 5 on Wednesday afternoon. The Bucks opted to boycott the game to protest the shooting of Jacob Blake in Kenosha, Wis. "We're tired of the killings and the injustice," Bucks guard George Hill told The Undefeated of Milwaukee's decision not to play. The Magic determined they would refuse a win by forfeit in the 3-1 series, and the NBA decided to postpone all three games scheduled for Wednesday. "The NBA and the National Basketball

Argentina daily COVID-19 cases top 10,000 for first time

BUENOS AIRES, Aug 26 - Argentina posted a record daily rise of 10,550 confirmed COVID-19 cases on Wednesday, the health ministry said, taking the total caseload to 370,188 as the South American nation struggles to rein in the spread of infections while trying to ease open its crisis-hit economy. The grains producer, which imposed a strict lockdown in March that initially helped slow the spread of the virus, is now fast catching up with other hard-hit countries in the region, including neighbor Chile where new infections have slowed. Latin America has become the epicenter of the global pandemic, with the highest number of infections and deaths, while the region's economy is set to plunge sharply this year pushing millions of people into poverty. The nightly report showed there had been 276 new COVID-19 fatalities in the 24-hour period since the previous evening's count, taking the total to 7,839. The government of center-left President Alberto Fernandez extended lockdown restri

More than 100,000 sign MailOnline's Last Night of the Proms petition urging the BBC to immediately reinstate Land of Hope and Glory and Rule Britannia

More than 100,000 people have signed the MailOnline petition urging the BBC to reverse its censorship of Land of Hope and Glory and Rule Britannia at the Last Night of the Proms. Bosses at the broadcaster are under fire from across the political spectrum after caving in to politically-correct critics who are offended by the much-loved anthems - because they are 'racist'.   MailOnline has launched a petition that will be sent to Director General Lord Hall calling on him to reinstate the singing of both songs with immediate effect.  As it stands, the patriotic songs will  be played by an orchestra only on September 12 - supposedly because the lack of an audience will diminish their impact. But with singers still performing God Save the Queen and Jerusalem, there is no justification for the ban.  Dame Vera Lynn's daughter today said her mother would still be signing Land of Hope and Glory if she was alive and branded the BBC's decision as 'daft'. You can sign the

Go Jo! British No 1 Konta cruises past Maria Sakkari to reach the semi-finals of the Western & Southern Open and keep title hopes alive

Johanna Konta is two wins away from just her fourth career title after beating Maria Sakkari in New York on Wednesday night. The British No 1 saw off the dangerous Greek 6-4, 6-3 to reach the semi-final of the Western & Southern Open and set up a meeting with former world No 1 Victoria Azarenka today. Konta's last tournament victory came at the 2017 Miami Open and her performance against Sakkari — who beat Serena Williams in the last round — was encouraging ahead of next week's US Open. Johanna Konta is two wins away from just her fourth career title after beating Maria Sakkari Konta beat Maria Sakkari in New York on Wednesday night to reach the semi-final On Thursday she will discover her first-round opponent in Flushing Meadows, as will Andy Murray, who is making his first Grand Slam singles appearance since the Australian Open in 2019.  It was after that event that Murray had a second operation on his troublesome hip, with surgeons telling him he should retire. But the

RNC speech serves as farewell address for Kellyanne Conway

WASHINGTON - Kellyanne Conway is making her exit. One of the longest-serving advisers to President Donald Trump spoke of "everyday heroes" on Wednesday night at the Republican National Convention. But it was also something of a farewell address as she steps away, she said, to spend more time with her family. That's a favorite cloak in Washington for power brokers forced to step down from their jobs. But in Conway's case, a family crisis has been playing out on Twitter, with her marriage to Trump critic George Conway the object of much fascination inside the Beltway. "This is completely my choice and my voice," Kellyanne Conway said in her announcement on Twitter, adding that for the couple's four children, "it will be less drama and more mama." George Conway, who used the platform to attack Trump as mentally unfit for office, said he will step away from The Lincoln Project and take a hiatus from social media. Trump's victory in 2016 made K