U.K. remains on high alert following deadly Manchester bombing–The investigation surrounding the bombing that killed at least 22 people, intensifies today after British Prime Minister Theresa May raised the nation’s terror threat level and warned that another attack could be “imminent.” Home Secretary Amber Rudd said Wednesday that to attacker was likely to not have been acting alone. The deadly explosion, has raised questions about safety at large public gatherings. Military personnel are being deployed to help protect key places around the country.
President Trump met with Pope Francis for the first time at the Vatican on yesterday, as he continued his tour of homelands of followers of Islam, Judaism and Christianity. Following the meeting, which was behind closed doors, the pontiff gifted President Trump a medal by a Roman artist depicting an olive — a symbol of peace —PresidentTrump told the pope that he “won’t forget what you said” following the meeting. “We can use peace,” he said,
Mom who went to all classes with quadriplegic son gets MBA–-His mother was living in Florida but moved to Southern California to help her son do his MBA. Judy O’Connor, a retired elementary school teacher, pushed her son Marty in his wheelchair for him to receive his degree.
Crews are getting their first look at a massive landslide that took out California’s famous Highway 1 in Big Sur. Parts of the highway had already been closed due to another landslide
Storms yesterday afternoon gave way to lots of rainbows!
In wake of Manchester attack, officials urge Texans to report suspicious activity—Austin police say they will enhance their security posture and make adjustments as needed. DPS put out of a list of suspicious activity that should be reported, including: Strangers asking questions about building security features and procedures. Taking photographs or videos of security features, such as cameras or checkpoints.