Questions Mount After Fire at Grenfell Tower in London Kills at Least 12

Rydon, the construction company that carried out the renovation, said in a statement that the project had “met all required building control, fire regulation and health and safety standards.” As investigators began poring over building plans and inspection reports, the survivors of the fire had more immediate concerns: where to spend the night and how to begin rebuilding their lives.

Alexandria baseball shooting: 2 victims still critical, FBI has shooter’s phone, computer & guns

Five people were wounded on Wednesday morning when a gunman opened fire at a baseball field in Alexandria, Virginia. Republican members of the US Congress and their staffers were holding a practice for the annual congressional charity game, a tradition in the US capital since 1909.

Turkey’s Erdogan slams US over security guards charged in Washington brawl

Speaking at dinner on Thursday to break the Ramadan fast in Ankara, Turkey, President Recep Tayyip Erdogan asked, “What kind of a law is this?” Police in Washington, DC announced Thursday they had brought charges and issued warrants against a dozen Turkish security officials involved in the outbreak of violence.

Russia may deploy Arctic radar station due to proximity of US nuclear subs

“The early warning system has already been built, but I think that its additional elements should be deployed there [in the Arctic],” Ozerov told RIA Novosti. The senator said he was talking about a radar station as well as ground, air and space surveillance systems.