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  • 2 Florida Deputies Shot Dead While Eating At Chinese Restaurant news

    Two deputies were killed when a man shot at them through a window while they

    Thu, 19 Apr 2018 23:23:44 -0400
  • Ex-sanctions czar bashes Obama administration's 'weak' response to Russian interference news

    Dan Fried, the former State Department diplomat who oversaw sanctions policy, told the "Skullduggery" podcast that he was “extremely” frustrated when the Obama administration issued “weak” and “frankly inadequate” sanctions against Russia for interfering in the 2016 presidential election.

    Fri, 20 Apr 2018 08:29:44 -0400
  • Comey: I don't believe that Loretta Lynch did anything improper news

    Former FBI Director James Comey talks with Rachel Maddow about worries he cited in his book, "A Higher Loyalty," about former Attorney General Loretta Lynch with regard to the Hillary Clinton e-mail investigation.

    Thu, 19 Apr 2018 17:22:07 -0400
  • At Least 5 Dead In Violent Clashes In Nicaragua Over Social Security Changes news

    Four young protesters and a police officer were killed in increasingly violent

    Fri, 20 Apr 2018 23:17:32 -0400
  • 19-Year-Old Arrested After Entering School and Allegedly Shooting Student news

    Students walked out of schools across the U.S. to protest gun violence.

    Fri, 20 Apr 2018 00:00:00 -0400
  • Dog feared to have cancer had actually eaten four teddy bears... but vet didn't realise until midway through operation news

    A dog feared to cancer had actually eaten four teddy bears, but the vet did not realise until halfway through the operation. Eight-year-old St Bernard Maisy was taken for a CT scan after she was taken ill, which showed a mass on her spleen and an unusually full stomach, seemingly showing she had not digested her food properly. Her owner, Jane Dickinson, from Dewsbury in West Yorkshire, feared the worst as she took her pet to Paragon Veterinary Referrals in Wakefield. It would not be unusual for Maisy, an elderly dog, to have cancer at her advanced age. However, vet surgeon Nick Blackburn ruled out any fatal disease when he carried out the operation to remove Maisy’s spleen and found her stomach was full of soft toys. Maisy is now reportedly 'loving life' Credit:  Paragon Vet Referrals / He said : "It's fair to say this was not something we were expecting to find! We all know certain dogs enjoy chewing things they shouldn't but managing to devour four full teddy bears is quite a feat. "I know Jane was worried about Maisy as she is quite old for a St Bernard, so we were naturally delighted the operation was such a success and we were able to return a happy, healthy dog to the Dickinsons.” Her owner said she had never seen the gentle giant chewing or eating toys, but that now the operation has been completed Maisy is “loving life”. An x-ray showing the teddy bears within the stomach. Credit: Paragon Vet Referrals / Ms Dickinson explained: "When Maisy went in I did think 'is she coming out?' but she is loving life now - it's like she's got her youth back. "The toys weren't even hers! She will steal the chihuahuas' toys and play with them but I've never seen her trying to chew them. Her eating habits had been completely normal. "I didn't even recognise one of the toys - my brother also keeps chihuahuas and it turns out it belonged to his dog." Maisy has since made a full recovery from her operation and a histology report has shown no signs of cancer.

    Fri, 20 Apr 2018 10:17:15 -0400
  • Natalie Portman Backs Out Of Israel Award Over 'Recent Events' news

    Actress Natalie Portman has pulled out of accepting a prestigious award in

    Fri, 20 Apr 2018 06:49:31 -0400
  • US police chief apologizes after Starbucks arrests uproar news

    Philadelphia's police chief publicly apologized Thursday after the arrest of two black men in a Starbucks store triggered uproar in the United States, admitting he "failed miserably" with his initial response. After the coffee chain moved to repair the damage to its image in the wake of a series of protests at Starbucks outlets, the city's police commissioner Richard Ross told reporters his force also needed to do better.

    Thu, 19 Apr 2018 16:32:17 -0400
  • Mourning Barbara Bush

    Several former U.S. presidents were among the 1,500 mourners expected to gather at a Houston church on Saturday for the funeral of former first lady Barbara Bush, who died on Tuesday at the age of 92.

    Sat, 21 Apr 2018 11:04:35 -0400
  • 'Smallville' Actress Allison Mack Is Charged With Sex Trafficking news

    Actress Allison Mack was charged with sex trafficking on Friday in connection

    Fri, 20 Apr 2018 19:37:16 -0400
  • Gym employees accuse black member of not paying, call cops

    Employees of an LA Fitness in New Jersey wrongly accused a black member and his guest of not paying to work out and called police, prompting an apology from the company.

    Thu, 19 Apr 2018 17:31:04 -0400
  • Democrats sue Russia, Trump campaign for alleged 2016 election conspiracy news

    The Democratic Party sued the Russian government, U.S. President Donald Trump's campaign and WikiLeaks on Friday, charging that they carried out a wide-ranging conspiracy to influence the 2016 U.S. presidential election. In its federal lawsuit in Manhattan, the Democratic National Committee said that top officials in Trump's campaign conspired with the Russian government and its military spy agency to hurt Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton and tilt the election to Trump by hacking Democratic Party computers.

    Fri, 20 Apr 2018 19:13:24 -0400
  • Jim Carrey Turns Paintbrush On Rudy Giuliani With Ghoulish New Portrait news

    Jim Carrey's artistic output is becoming more political by the day.

    Sat, 21 Apr 2018 03:09:49 -0400
  • What You Should Know About Salmonella news

    A recent salmonella outbreak connected to contaminated eggs has so far made 23 people sick and put six of them in the hospital, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Rose A...

    Fri, 20 Apr 2018 13:47:07 -0400
  • Passengers On Deadly Southwest Flight Receive $5,000 Checks news

    At least some passengers aboard a deadly Southwest Airlines flight have

    Fri, 20 Apr 2018 08:30:06 -0400
  • Two Florida sheriff's deputies ambushed at restaurant news

    Authorities in Florida are looking for answers after two sheriff's deputies were shot through the window of a restaurant. ABC News' Diane Macedo reports.

    Fri, 20 Apr 2018 06:32:47 -0400
  • 'Civility, grace': What Washington could learn from Barbara Bush news

    In an era of hyper-partisan feuding and noxious personal attacks, the life and lengthy marriage of former first lady Barbara Bush serve as poignant reminders in power-obsessed Washington that decency and grace can win out. Bush's death Tuesday at age 92 triggered an outpouring of affection for the snowy-haired matriarch of one of America's storied political dynasties. Smart, tough and quick-witted, Bush had a no-frills style, a focus on family, and a willingness to engage across the political aisle that endeared her to millions.

    Thu, 19 Apr 2018 13:53:31 -0400
  • Judge rejects Missouri governor's bid to dismiss criminal case news

    A St. Louis judge on Thursday dealt Missouri Governor Eric Greitens another legal setback in the sex scandal embroiling his office, refusing to dismiss a criminal invasion of privacy charge stemming from an admitted extramarital affair. The decision by Judge Rex Burlison paved the way for the single-count felony case against Greitens, a Republican under mounting pressure from both parties to resign, to proceed to trial even as he comes under scrutiny for unrelated accusations of computer tampering. Greitens' lawyers last week sought to throw out the privacy case on grounds of prosecutor misconduct, saying St. Louis Circuit Attorney Kim Gardner, a Democrat, had tried to conceal video evidence supporting the governor and his assertions that the affair was entirely consensual.

    Thu, 19 Apr 2018 19:17:22 -0400
  • The Funniest Tweets From Parents This Week news

    Kids may say the darndest things, but parents tweet about them in the funniest

    Fri, 20 Apr 2018 11:09:26 -0400
  • Indonesian fishermen rescue Rohingya Muslims fleeing Myanmar news

    BIREUEN, Indonesia (AP) — Indonesian fishermen rescued 76 Rohingya Muslims stranded off the coast of Aceh on Friday, authorities said, in the latest attempt by members of the persecuted ethnic group to flee Myanmar by sea.

    Fri, 20 Apr 2018 21:45:49 -0400
  • Steele dossier: Donald Trump denounced the document as fake, but much of its contents have turned out to be true news

    Former MI6 officer Christopher Steele’s dossier on Donald Trump was denounced by the US president and his supporters as fake. The ongoing investigation into the Donald Trump’s Russian connections, however, has shown much of it to be true.

    Fri, 20 Apr 2018 13:50:00 -0400
  • 10 Of The Best Beauty Buys From Sephora's VIB Spring Sale news

    It's probably the only time of the year when spending too much money on beauty

    Fri, 20 Apr 2018 17:23:13 -0400
  • 2 Service Members Disciplined Over Hand Puppet Used in Oath Ceremony news

    A colonel and a master sergeant were disciplined for using a hand puppet during a re-enlistment ceremony.

    Fri, 20 Apr 2018 15:36:11 -0400
  • Senate Confirms Climate Change Denier To Lead NASA news

    WASHINGTON -- The Senate on Thursday narrowly confirmed Rep. Jim Bridenstine

    Thu, 19 Apr 2018 14:42:41 -0400
  • Victim of Berlin anti-Semitic attack was an Israeli Arab who 'wanted to see what it was like' to be Jewish news

    One of the victims of an anti-Semitic attack in central Berlin that shocked Germany this week is not Jewish, it has emerged. Adam Armoush told German television he was wearing a Jewish kippah skullcap in an attempt to prove it was safe to wear one on the streets of Berlin. But the experiment went wrong when he and a companion were set upon in the affluent neighbourhood of Prenzlauer Berg and whipped with a belt by three men who shouted “Yahudi”, the Arabic word for Jew.  The main suspect in the attack, a 19-year-old Syrian named only as Knaan S, surrendered to police yesterday (THU). It is not clear whether he is a refugee. The 21-year-old Mr Armoush is an Israeli citizen of Arab descent. “I'm not Jewish, I'm an Israeli, I grew up in Israel in an Arab family,” he told Deutsche Welle television. Mr Armoush filmed himself being whipped with what appeared to be a belt in a seemingly anti-Semitic attack A Berlin resident, he said he had worn the skullcap to make a point after being warned by a friend it could be dangerous on the streets in Germany. “I was saying it's really safe and I wanted to prove it, but it ended like that,” he said.  Mr Armoush said he had grown up in an atheist family in the Israeli city of Haifa. He began to video the assault on his smartphone after the three men shouted insults at him and his companion. He suffered bruises and minor injuries in the attack. “Honestly, I’m a little surprised a thing like this could happen,” he said in a separate interview with Israeli television. The incident is the latest in a series of violent anti-Semitic attacks which are causing growing concern in Germany. Angela Merkel described it as a “horrific incident” and vowed that the German authorities would respond with “full force and resolve”. Mr Armoush said he would not allow the assault to stop him wearing a skullcap. “I’ll keep the kippah, no matter what others think,” he said.

    Thu, 19 Apr 2018 14:19:45 -0400
  • Brick-throwing China zoo-goers kill kangaroo, injure another news

    Visitors to a zoo in southeastern China killed one kangaroo and injured another by throwing bricks at them in an attempt to get a reaction from the big marsupials, state media reported. A 12-year-old female kangaroo suffered a severely injured foot when it was struck by bricks and concrete chunks on February 28 at the Fuzhou Zoo in Fujian province, China Central Television reported. The report included pictures of the first kangaroo's smashed and nearly severed foot, and of the animal receiving treatment via intravenous drip before it died.

    Fri, 20 Apr 2018 02:11:55 -0400
  • Trucker in deadly Texas migrant case given life sentences news

    The driver of a truck packed with migrants, 10 of whom died due to sweltering Texas heat in July, was sentenced on Friday to life in prison without parole after pleading guilty in October to federal human smuggling charges. James Bradley, 61, could have faced the death penalty in the case, considered one of the deadliest human smuggling incidents in modern U.S. history. "This was the equivalent of torture," U.S. District Judge David Ezra told Bradley when he handed out two concurrent life sentences at a court in San Antonio.

    Fri, 20 Apr 2018 17:46:07 -0400
  • 9 Worst Muscle Cars Of The 1990s

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    Fri, 20 Apr 2018 15:40:26 -0400
  • No surprise: Charles to succeed queen as Commonwealth head news

    LONDON (AP) — Prince Charles has spent a lifetime waiting to be king. On Friday the 69-year-old heir to the British throne got another position to wait for — he was approved as the next head of the Commonwealth made up of the U.K. and the countries that once were its colonies.

    Fri, 20 Apr 2018 17:55:14 -0400
  • Sean Hannity Isn't A Journalist And Fox News Isn't News news

    Earlier this week, Fox News declared its "full support" for Sean Hannity after

    Sat, 21 Apr 2018 08:00:46 -0400
  • Alex Rodriguez’s nephew kidnapped, held for ransom news

    Former MLB star Alex Rodriguez’s nephew was kidnapped and held for ransom in a Lamborghini deal gone wrong.

    Thu, 19 Apr 2018 14:23:13 -0400
  • The Best Cookie Recipes To Bake This Weekend news

    Baking for others is a delicious form of altruism that's been proven to boost

    Fri, 20 Apr 2018 05:46:06 -0400
  • US says China, Iran, Russia are 'forces for instability' news

    WASHINGTON (AP) — The Trump administration is lashing out at China, Iran, Russia and North Korea for being "forces of instability" because of human rights abuses of their own citizens and others.

    Fri, 20 Apr 2018 14:24:29 -0400
  • The Boldest Looks From Coachella 2018 We've Seen So Far news

    Coachella has long been a place for festivalgoers to experiment with style,

    Fri, 20 Apr 2018 12:58:47 -0400
  • Assad steps up efforts to crush last besieged enclaves news

    By Angus McDowall and Suleiman Al-Khalidi BEIRUT/AMMAN (Reuters) - The Syrian government stepped up its efforts on Thursday to retake the opposition's last besieged enclaves, as rebels prepared to withdraw from one and a newspaper reported an ultimatum against another. President Bashar al-Assad scored a major victory this month by retaking eastern Ghouta, the biggest rebel stronghold near Damascus, putting his forces in by far their strongest position since the early months of the seven-year-old civil war. The United States, Britain and France launched a volley of air strikes on Saturday against three Syrian targets in retaliation for a suspected chemical weapons strike during the Ghouta assault.

    Thu, 19 Apr 2018 15:18:01 -0400
  • Man admits killing pregnant girlfriend who was found shot and stabbed in suitcase in Wisconsin news

    A man has been charged with the murder of his 21-year-old girlfriend whose shot and stabbed body was found stuffed in a suitcase. Quentin Neal, 27, admitted to stabbing 21-year-old Shannon Mani, a student and aspiring dentist who was five months pregnant at the time of her death, police in the US city of Milwaukee alleged. Ms Mani was reported missing by her family last Friday after she failed to pick her younger brother up from school and did not show up at the cosmetics shop where she worked.

    Fri, 20 Apr 2018 14:51:00 -0400
  • 15 Last-Minute Mother's Day Gift Ideas

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    Fri, 20 Apr 2018 13:11:00 -0400
  • Royal wedding procession route 2018 - map and timetable to help you follow the special day news

    As they say their vows in front of the watching world, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will have a lifetime of Royal tours ahead of them as a married couple. And it seems they will waste no time getting started. Kensington Palace announced in February that the newlyweds will undertake a tour of Windsor as their first trip as man and wife, to greet well-wishers who are expected to turn out from all over the world to see them. Here's everything you need to know about how to watch it and where to stand. Why will there be a procession? Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will undertake a carriage ride through Windsor straight after the St George’s Chapel ceremony and before their reception.  The journey is designed to allow members of the public to see the newlyweds in person while they are still dressed in their finery, in what is likely to be one of the most photographed occasions of the year. Such a display of ceremonial prowess has been used by kings and queens for centuries to celebrate as much as it has been used to impress their subjects and foreign powers. Be that with gun salutes, marching guards, or golden carriages.  The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge during their wedding carriage procession in 2011 Credit: Matt Cardy/AP There is no doubt that this royal wedding will pack a punch, just like Queen Victoria's marriage to Albert which featured a 21-gun salute as she embarked on her carriage procession at St Jame's Palace.   But it was not until King George VI's marriage to Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon in 1923 that royal weddings became public affairs; they were married to great fanfare in order to lift the spirits of the nation after World War One (and royal weddings have been lavish events ever since). What time will the procession begin? At 1pm, immediately after the service, Prince Harry and Ms Markle will leave Windsor Castle by carriage. They will be driven along Castle Hill, the High Street and into Windsor town centre before returning along the beautiful, tree-lined Long Walk for their reception. Meanwhile, guests from the congregation will wait for the happy couple in St George's Hall, to celebrate the first of the day's two receptions. Map of the route Wedding route Where is best to stand?  The Long Walk To see the newlyweds up close, the best positions will be on the 2.64 mile stretch that rolls from Snow Hill to the gates of Windsor Castle. This is known as the 'Long Walk'.  The length of this section will allow thousands of spectators to catch a glimpse of Harry and Meghan in the final minutes of the procession.  There will be events on the Long Walk  throughout the day, with live screens showing footage from the ceremony.   Snow Hill On the hilltop above the procession route, the eagle-eyed can find a sweeping aerial view of the carriage ride. Snow Hill will offer fantastic views of the final moments and will be a popular picnic spot on the day, so get there early to reserve a spot. According to legend, King Henry VIII sat on Snow Hill to wait for news of the execution of his second wife, Queen Anne Boleyn. A precedent that has fortunately not been followed since.  Prince Edward and his bride Sophie Rhys-Jones pass the crowd inside the grounds of Windsor Castle in an open carriage in 1999 Credit: PA The town centre Royal fans can also mingle with the residents of Windsor as the carriage passes through the streets of the town centre. Although you should probably arrive at the crack of dawn if you're after a front-row High Street viewing spot - it's bound to get busy. With Windsor dressed in bunting and ceremonial decorations – and bursting with local street entertainment – the town will provide a feast for the eyes. Expect big screens showing live footage of the wedding; plus an array of food stalls and general facilities will be available at both the Long Walk and Alexandra Gardens. Spectators can also line the entirety of the procession route, on Castle Hill, High Street, Sheet Street, Kings Road, Albert Road and the Long Walk. The council has advised that visitors should not bring tents, but foldable chairs and umbrellas are fine.   Further information about spectator locations will be published on the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead Council website.  What about parking?  Motorists can make use of the 6,000 designated parking spaces available at the Review Ground, Windsor, which is located to the south of Windsor Castle and the town centre.   Parking tickets must be booked in advance for a price of £30. These are being allocated on a first-come, first-serve basis; with wedding invitations being sent to more than 2,000 members of the public and many more expected to watch the ceremony on the town's live screens, it's a good idea get these sooner rather than later. Though the official car park is next to the Long Walk, motorists will have to make the 25 minute stroll to the nearest spectator spots.   Head out in good time, and remember that the car park at the Review Ground, Windsor Great Park, opens at 4am and closes at 10pm.  Royal wedding | Read more How will local roads be affected?  To accommodate the large number of attendees at Windsor's public events over the weekend, there will also be a series of road closures on Friday May 18 and Saturday May 19, affecting the procession route and surrounding roads. During this time Windsor residents will be able to leave the road closure area, but only emergency services vehicles can enter. Access to the car park on the Long Walk will not affected by the road closures in place, at any time.  Road closures beyond the procession route will take effect from 6am on Saturday May 19; these include Maidenhead Road, Clarence Road, Alma Road, St Leonards Road, Frances Road, Barry Avenue, and Datchet Road.  Local authorities suggest that you check this live map of road closures to check what time the roads reopen from Saturday evening onwards.  What are my options by train? Rail operators will be running a bumper service on Saturday May 19 to help everyone get in and out of the celebrations at Windsor, which is expected to be one of the largest one-day events ever held on the local rail network.   Both Great Western and South Western will be doubling the number of trains to 6,000, with trains running up to four times an hour from London Waterloo and Slough. These services will also benefit from extra carriages to keep up with the expected demand, given that some of the 100,000 expected visitors will arrive by public transport.  Windsor is served by two train stations that are within minutes of the town centre and Windsor Castle, making the railway a reliable option for getting to the Royal wedding celebrations: Windsor and Eton Central and Windsor and Eton Riverside. Queuing systems are likely to be in place at London Waterloo, Slough, Staines, and Windsor, whilst 'park and walk' and 'park and glide' bus services will help people get into town. Great Western Railway services connect Windsor and Eton station to South Wales and the West of England, as well as Reading and Oxford. The journey from Reading or Oxford takes around 30 - 50 minutes and 50 - 75 minutes respectively, with a change required at Slough.  Cardiff and Swansea are around two and a half hours away from Windsor, requiring changes at Reading and then Slough.  London is connected to Windsor via the direct Waterloo to Windsor and Eton Riverside service, which takes one hour. Travellers have been advised not to take the London Paddington - Slough route, in order to ease rail congestion around Windsor.  From the Midlands, take a Cross Country service from Birmingham New Street to Reading, and then change at Slough for the Eton Riverside station. This takes around two and a half hours. Train services from the North require changes at London terminals. Almost five hours of train travel await any royal super-fans making their way from Newcastle.   Because it is such a huge event, it is wise to make travel plans ahead of time – so make ticket bookings and travel arrangements well before the big day.  Up to date advice on the best routes and how to pre-book your tickets, can be found at: for Great Western Railway here and South Western Railway here Royal wedding: the best hotels for celebrating Prince Harry's and Meghan Markle's big day Staying in Windsor Hotels, B&Bs and guesthouses will be bursting at the seams, so expect no empty hotel rooms in town for the duration of the royal wedding weekend.  Royal fans had only a few hours to book the local accommodation offerings before rooms ran out after the announcement that Windsor would play host for the big day. Many residents and visitors will no doubt find a solution via room sharing service AirBnb, with the average price of a room around Windsor currently standing at £321 for Friday night and £286 for the Saturday night. Such prices look like a bargain, with some of the most expensive hotel rooms in Windsor going for up to £10,000.  Alternative locations with more 'last-minute' availability include Heathrow, Bracknell and Weybridge.  The council also suggests that anyone wanting help to find accommodation can contact the Royal Windsor Information Centre on 01753 743907 or by emailing: windsor.accommodation@rbwm. Other royal wedding processions The monarchy has embarked on grand processions from coronations, marriages, funerals and other state occasions since the 15th century. Each year, a carriage procession carries the Queen to the State Opening of Parliament and the races at Ascot, although royal weddings and coronations are arguably the grandest occasions.    The last royal couple to undertake a carriage procession in Windsor was Prince Edward and Sophie Rhys-Jones – now the Earl and Countess of Wessex – after their wedding in St George's Chapel in 1999. Prince Edward and Sophie Rhys-Jones pictured in their carriage after their wedding in 1999 Credit: EPA It was the biggest occasion in the Berkshire town since since the funeral of King George VI in 1952. More recently, the newly-wed Duke and Duchess of Cambridge travelled through Westminster in a 1902 State Landau after their 2011 wedding, waving at thousands of well-wishers who had packed the streets to catch a glimpse of the happy couple.  It's possible Harry and Meghan could use the same carriage. Steeped in history, the carriage was specifically built for King Edward VII in 1902 and is usually used by the Queen to meet foreign heads of state when they arrive on state visits to Britain. The Prince and Princess of Wales used it to travel back from St Paul’s Cathedral after their 1981 royal wedding, as did the Duke and Duchess of York in 1986. It was also used by the Queen during her Silver Wedding anniversary celebrations in 1972 and in her Silver and Diamond Jubilees in 1977 and 2012.

    Fri, 20 Apr 2018 06:23:34 -0400
  • Saudis see oil price on rise as Trump blasts OPEC news

    Saudi Energy Minister Khaled al-Faleh said Friday the global market has the capacity to absorb higher oil prices, drawing a swift reaction from US President Donald Trump who accused OPEC of inflating prices. Faleh's statement at a meeting of oil producers in Saudi Arabia came as crude hit the highest level in more than three years. "Looks like OPEC is at it again," Trump tweeted.

    Fri, 20 Apr 2018 09:13:47 -0400
  • Pot politics: Schumer joins politicians rethinking marijuana news

    WASHINGTON (AP) — The top Senate Democrat is using marijuana's informal holiday to announce a change of heart about the drug, another sign of the growing political acceptance of pot.

    Fri, 20 Apr 2018 16:57:17 -0400
  • Jimmy Kimmel May Have Just Pulled Off His Greatest Prank Ever news

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    Fri, 20 Apr 2018 04:32:37 -0400
  • Destiny's Child Singer Michelle Williams Got Secretly Engaged Before Coachella Reunion news

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    Thu, 19 Apr 2018 15:48:23 -0400
  • Land Rover Defender Pickup Single Cab Rumored For 2020 Launch news

    While Mercedes is exclusively selling a double cab X-Class, Land Rover will only offer a single cab Defender pickup.

    Fri, 20 Apr 2018 03:21:29 -0400
  • Soros foundation attacks 'stifling' Orban law as Hungary exit looms news

    By Marton Dunai BUDAPEST (Reuters) - The foundation of Budapest-born financier George Soros accused Hungary's right-wing leadership on Friday of trying to stifle non-government groups, but said it would decide whether to leave the country only after parliament passes a "Stop Soros" law. Prime Minister Viktor Orban, whose draft law has provoked legal action by the European Union, made clear he would be glad to see the back of the foundation after saying it promotes mass immigration against the will of the Hungarian people. Critics of the nationalist premier, who scored a landslide election victory this month, said a departure of the Open Society Foundations (OSF) would mark a milestone in a slide towards authoritarian rule as he cracks down on independent centres of thought and activism.

    Fri, 20 Apr 2018 10:12:56 -0400
  • Dad stabbed to death as daughter sits in lap at restaurant news

    LOS ANGELES (AP) — A homeless man was charged Friday with murder in a random attack on a California father who was stabbed in the neck as his 5-year-old daughter sat in his lap in a crowded beachside steakhouse.

    Sat, 21 Apr 2018 06:55:45 -0400
  • US awards $1bn contract for hypersonic missile as it falls behind Russia and China in new arms race news

    The US Air Force is awarding almost $1 billion (£700m) to Lockheed Martin to develop a hypersonic missile as it tries to keep up with recent strides made by Russia and China in building ever faster weapons. Moscow last month claimed the lead in the race to develop missiles that can travel at many times the speed of sound. Its defence ministry revealed video footage of its plane-launched Kinzhal missile, which is reportedly capable of accelerating to ten times the speed of sound. American officials have also expressed concern that China was building missiles that could outrace or outfox its existing defence and interceptor systems. Now the Pentagon says Lockheed is to receive up to $929 million to design and build a “hypersonic conventional strike weapon”. “This contract provides for the design, development, engineering, systems integration, test, logistics planning, and aircraft integration support of all the elements of a hypersonic, conventional, air-launched, stand-off weapon,” it said in a statement. The technology is at the forefront of today’s non-nuclear arms race. Most efforts focus on “boost-glide” weapons that use rockets to accelerate to high speeds at the edge of space, before the payload separates and glides unpowered to the target. Not only can they outrun efforts to shoot them down, but they can be manoeuvred in-flight unlike ballistic missiles that follow parabolic trajectories. Last month, Vladimir Putin claimed that Russia had tested a new generation of nuclear weapons that were invulnerable to US missile defences. A Kinzhal hypersonic missile is fired from a MiG-31 get in footage released by Moscow Credit: AP His rhetoric was backed up days later when the defence ministry released footage of a Kinzhal – Russian for “dagger” - missile being launched from a Mig-31 fighter jet. Earlier this week, Mike Griffin, the Pentagon's new defence undersecretary for research and engineering told Congress that China had also pulled ahead of the US in hypersonic technologies. 'Like a ball of fire' | New strategic weapons announced by Vladimir Putin “Our adversaries are presenting us today with a renewed challenge of a sophisticated, evolving threat,” he told the House Armed Services Committee on Tuesday. “We are in turn preparing to meet that challenge and to restore the technical overmatch of the United States armed forces that we have traditionally held.” He has repeatedly warned that time is running out for the US to maintain its technological dominance over enemies.

    Thu, 19 Apr 2018 14:53:38 -0400
  • Kushner Companies Has Been Subpoenaed as Part of a Probe Into False Housing Paperwork news

    AP reported the company routinely filed false paperwork about its buildings with New York City

    Thu, 19 Apr 2018 23:56:08 -0400
  • Volcano eruption in Japan sparks some evacuations news

    Japanese volcano Mount Io erupts for the first time in 250 years, spewing smoke and rocks into the sky and prompting authorities to issue evacuation of nearby mountain lodges and inns. No reporter narration.

    Fri, 20 Apr 2018 00:24:42 -0400
  • Trump Blasts California Over Troops Who Won't Focus On Immigration Enforcement news

    WASHINGTON ― President Donald Trump attacked California on Thursday for doing

    Thu, 19 Apr 2018 16:09:56 -0400
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