Boom News - 6/28/19 - Judge Blocks Wall - Western Views - Golf Course - Japan Alliance - Clinton's Emails - Dem's Name Change? - Debate Apology - Alaska - Drummer's Attempted Suicide

Federal Judge Blocks White House From Allocating Military Funds to Build a Border Wall

A federal judge has blocked President Donald Trump from allocating military funds to build a border wall.

The permanent injunction was issued on Friday by US District Judge Haywood Gilliam in California

Putin attacks Western views on gay rights and multiculturalism and says immigrants are free to 'kill, plunder and rape with impunity because their rights are protected' ahead of G20 meeting with May

Vladimir Putin has boasted that liberalism in Europe and the US has 'outlived its purpose' and called the decision to allow millions of migrants into the EU a 'cardinal mistake' as the G20 summit in Osaka began today with the Russian President sharing warm words with Donald Trump.

'Destroyed' Trump golf course dunes to lose special status

The sand dunes at Donald Trump's Aberdeenshire golf resort are expected to lose their status as a nationally-important protected environment.

Government watchdog Scottish Natural Heritage has recommended that Menie links be removed from an existing site of special scientific interest (SSSI).

‘Take a seat’: Trump ‘humiliates’ Spanish PM at G20, says outraged Spanish press

Donald Trump is known for stealing headlines with scathing takedowns of his political opponents, both in person and on Twitter, but this time a simple gesture was all that was needed to spark the ire of the Spanish media.

Japan, US Reaffirm Military Alliance After Trump Shocks With "Japan Can Watch US Attack On A Sony TV" Quip

After on Wednesday Trump captured global headlines with colorful criticisms of the United States' decades-old defense pact with Japan — saying that if the US is attacked, Japan "can watch on a Sony television" — the president met with Prime Minister Shinzo Abe on the sidelines of the Group of 20 leaders’ meeting.

China Hacked Clinton’s Email Server, Congressman Confirms

The U.S. intelligence community established that China hacked Hillary Clinton’s unauthorized email server when she served as the secretary of state, according to Rep. Louie Gohmert (R-Texas).

Donald Trump Airs ‘Rumor’ Democrats Ready to Change Their Name

President Donald Trump was overseas in Osaka, Japan, during the second night of the Democrat primary debates on Thursday, but he did not miss the opportunity to ridicule them.

“I heard a rumor that the Democrats are going to change their name from the Democratic Party to the Socialist Party,” he said during a meeting with Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro at the G20 summit.

Scarborough apologizes for 'disaster' of 2020 Democratic debate on MSNBC

MSNBC host Joe Scarborough called the second night of the first 2020 Democratic debates a “disaster for the Democratic Party” and said that he hopes voters were not watching the face-off, which aired on his network.

"With apologies to our friends and watching, last night was a disaster for the Democratic Party," Scarborough said Friday on "Morning Joe." "My only hope is people were not watching and I will tell you why."

US attorney general declares emergency for public safety in rural Alaska, freeing up $10.5 million to support police

U.S. Attorney General William P. Barr declared an emergency for public safety in rural Alaska on Friday and announced that the Department of Justice will provide more than $10 million in emergency funds as part of a sweeping plan to support law enforcement in Alaska Native villages.

Former Guns N’ Roses Drummer Hospitalized Over Reported Attempted Suicide

The former Guns N’ Roses drummer was hospitalized Thursday after allegedly attempting to commit suicide. Steven Adler, 54, suffered non-life threatening injuries after allegedly stabbing himself in the stomach, according to a report published by TMZ.