Wednesday, 22 March 2017  
As it happened: Eyewitnesses describe London terror attack


The city of London was rattled Wednesday afternoon after a terror attack that left four people, including a police officer, dead and at least 20 more with injuries.

Four dead in Westminster terror attack


British Prime Minister Theresa May has condemned a "sick and depraved" terror attack in London in which four people died, including a police officer who was stabbed and his attacker.

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Plan for $7.5 billion Kushner family New York tower faces hurdles: report


The family-owned company that until recently was headed by U.S. President Donald Trump's son-in-law hopes to turn an aging New York office tower into a signature development that could be worth up to $12 billion, a report said on Wednesday.

Security tightened at UK sites in New York after London attack


New York police ramped up security at British sites across the city on Wednesday after an assailant fatally stabbed a policeman outside Britain's parliament and was then shot and killed by police.

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GOP Rep. Brooks bashes party’s health care bill ahead of key vote


Rep. Mo Brooks, R-Ala., slammed the Republican replacement for Obamacare Wednesday, saying the proposed bill “is not a repeal and it’s a bad replacement.” , The American Health Care Act, embraced Speaker Paul Ryan, is in danger of losing too many Republican votes to pass during Thursday’s vote in the House. Brooks’ Freedom Caucus, a group of staunchly conservative lawmakers, is opposing the bill in its current form, and there was speculation Wednesday that the vote may be delayed.

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