Johnson has been chosen as the leader of the ruling Conservative Party by party members, and he will therefore take over as prime minister from Theresa May. He will go to Buckingham Palace in the next 24 hours to meet Queen Elizabeth II, who will invite him to form the next government.
London's former mayor takes on the role as the U.K. faces its biggest crisis since World War II: Its divorce from the European Union.
As one of the leading faces of the Brexit campaign, Johnson will now own the problem that has paralyzed British politics for the last three years.
The Democrats' ambition is to help make more swing voters aware that the Mueller report, far from exonerating Trump, contains significant evidence of wrongdoing that many prosecutors say would have led to Trump's indictment were he not the president.
Since 2008, at least 17 service members have died and thousands more have gotten sick from the heat, as the military struggles to safely prepare soldiers for battle.
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In 2016, Sgt. Sylvester Cline, 32, an Iraq combat veteran and father of five, collapsed during a training after commanders disregarded heat safety rules on a sweltering Arkansas day, an Army investigation found.
“It was a death that should not have happened and the way it happened,” Cline’s mother said. “They needed to pay attention to the heat and how it was hurting people.”
Abner, a 17-year-old Guatemalan boy, vividly recalls the first 48 hours he spent inside the U.S. Border Patrol station in Yuma, Arizona. He was awake for all of them because there was no space to lie down.
In an interview with NBC News, the teen said that over the 11 days he spent at the facility, agents refused to give him food when he asked, mocked him if he asked what time it was, and, on one occasion, punched another boy in the stomach.
Chris Kraft, the creator and longtime leader of NASA's Mission Control, died Monday in Houston, just two days after the 50th anniversary of what was his and NASA's crowning achievement: Apollo 11's moon landing. He was 95.
Christopher Columbus Kraft Jr. never flew in space, but "held the success or failure of American human spaceflight in his hands," Neil Armstrong, the first man-on-the-moon, said.
Armstrong once called him "the man who was the 'Control' in Mission Control."
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