Mercedes have a one point lead in the constructors' championship while Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel, with two wins and two second places, is 13 clear of Mercedes' Lewis Hamilton. "We need to keep pushing, keep finishing with both cars one and two". "This is the man of the race today, big congrats to Valtteri". "It took quite a while to win - more than 80 races for me - but it was definitely worth the wait and worth the learning curve".
Karen Handel , who emerged as the Republican candidate out of last night's 6th District Congressional primary in Georgia, speaks to CNN's Alyson Camerota about her plan to win in the June election. President Trump tweeted congratulations to former Georgia Secretary of State Karen Handel for managing to claw her way into a runoff. "It is now Hollywood vs.
Trump said the order, signed at the sprawling Snap- on tool factory in Kenosha, Wisconsin, was a way to "restore the American dream" and a means to end the "theft of American prosperity", which he said had been brought on by lowwage immigrant labor.
The president spoke on Sunday to Thailand Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha, who heads a military government that took power in a 2014 coup, and Singapore Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong, and invited both of them to Washington . " Most political people would never say that ", he noted. The North has carried out five nuclear tests in the last 11 years and is widely believed to be making progress toward its dream of building a missile capable of delivering a warhead to the continental United ...
With both the Orange Cap and Purple Cap holders in skipper David Warner (top scorer with 459 runs) and Bhuvneshwar Kumar (top wicket-taker with 20 scalps) in their ranks they will be gunning for the glory. But before Narine had even released his first delivery, Warner was switching his stance, a pre-meditated move to take advantage of the Power Play restrictions and suffocating off-side field with the West Indian spinning the ball away from the left-hander.
Mr Harrison crossed the finish line on The Mall with his sons and had a medal presented by conservationist Bill Oddie. Tom Harrison celebrates completing a six day crawl across London dressed in a gorilla costume. The 41-year-old Londoner started the 42-kilometre route last Sunday (NZT Monday) and crossed the finish line on Saturday (NZT Sunday). Harrison slept at friends' houses in the evenings after completing around 10 to 12 hours and 7km per day.