Porn publisher offers $10m for information leading to Trump's impeachment

16 Oct, 2017

A free number and email address are posted at the end of the ad. In the ad, Flynt airs several grievances about Trump's actions as president, including his firing of Federal Bureau of Investigation director James Comey and his "gross nepotism and appointment of unqualified persons to high office".

Bimal Gurung plans to enter Darjeeling before Oct 30: Intel

16 Oct, 2017

Additional Director General of Police Siddhinath Gupta said the state police had asked its Sikkim counterpart to intimate them about anyone entering the Northeastern state from Bengal with injuries. Accusing Gurung of having links with Maoists and northeast insurgent groups, Sharma said the beleaguered GJM leader wanted to disturb the peace process.

Pakistan court delays indictment of ex-PM Sharif after clash

15 Oct, 2017

A court in Pakistan today rejected a petition by ousted prime minister Nawaz Sharif's son-in-law Muhammad Safdar to delay his indictment in the Panama Papers corruption case. The Supreme Court had disqualified Sharif, 67, as prime minister on July 28. Talking to ARY News, Pakistan Peoples' Party (PPP) leader Sherry Rehman and Awami Muslim League (AML) chief Sheikh Rasheed said it is apparent with today's incident that the ruling party is employing delay tactics against the graft ...

Trump NBC Attack Follows Criticism Of Time Warner's CNN, Amazon

14 Oct, 2017

President Donald Trump on Wednesday dismissed a report that said he wants to increase the country's nuclear stockpile by a factor of ten, accusing the press of making it up entirely. They briefly explained to Trump the legal and practical hurdles to a nuclear buildup, according to NBC News . The July 20 meeting was described as a lengthy and sometimes tense review of worldwide US forces and operations.

Trump to announce Iran strategy Friday: White House

13 Oct, 2017

News reported the White House briefed lawmakers Wednesday on the pending decision and those who left were convinced the Obama-era nuclear deal would get decertified. The other signatories to the JCPOA - the UK, France, Germany, Russia, China and Iran, have said it is not realistic to try to renegotiate its terms.

USA pulls out of United Nations cultural body, cites 'anti-Israel' bias

13 Oct, 2017

The U.S. stopped making payments to the agency in 2011, but maintained an office at its Paris headquarters in the hopes of encouraging a change of course from behind the scenes. Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization, best known for its World Heritage program to protect cultural sites and traditions. He said he has ordered Israeli diplomats to prepare Israel's withdrawal from the organisation in concert with the Americans.

A Black Man Beaten By White Nationalists In Charlottesville Is Facing Charges

11 Oct, 2017

Deandre Harris , a black man whose brutal beating at the hands of Charlottesville white supremacists was captured on video, is now wanted on charges of unlawful wounding in connection to the August 12 incident. "We find it highly offensive and upsetting, but what's more jarring is that he's been charged with the same crime as the men who attacked him", Merritt told the newspaper.

Ivana Trump: Donald Trump Wouldn't Be Who He is Without Me

10 Oct, 2017

Two weeks ago, the first lady heard from experts and people affected by drug addiction whom she invited there for a discussion. "There is clearly no substance to this statement from an ex, this is unfortunately only attention-seeking and self-serving noise".

Russian fund, Saudi partners sign agreements worth $2.1 billion

09 Oct, 2017

Russian President Vladimir Putin and Saudi Arabia's King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud attend a welcoming ceremony ahead of their talks at the Kremlin. These contracts are "expected to play a pivotal role in the growth and development of the military and military systems industry in Saudi Arabia", the statement read.

DOJ Reverses Stance On Transgender Workplace Protections

08 Oct, 2017

Also on Friday, Health and Human Services allowed employers with religious objections to opt out of the birth control coverage rule in the Affordable Care Act , and on Thursday Sessions issued a guidance declaring that Title XII does not include protections for transgender people, reversing policies put in place by the Obama administration.

Grant Shapps: Tories within rights to urge May to go

07 Oct, 2017

Theresa May was on stage when comedian Lee Nelson leapt from a seat near the front row of conference hall and walked up to the foreign secretary Boris Johnson before giving May the piece of paper. If she had apologies to make, then they should be made in private. Frustratingly for her it is not her "British Dream" which will lodge in the public consciousness - but the chaotic theatre, which also involved letters tumbling from the campaign slogan stuck on the wall behind her ("Building a ...

Bangladesh backs India's stand on Rohingya issue: Foreign minister Haque

07 Oct, 2017

This time Bangladeshi government, while extending them hospitality has been strict and ordered restrictions including no sim cards, and confining the whole refugee population to one camp in Kutpalong. In a statement issued late Monday by Myanmar's State Counsellor's Office, Minister Kyaw Tint Swe repeated Suu Kyi's repatriation vow. IMO said it appealed this week to nations for 120 million dollars through March to provide desperately needed aid to the Rohingya refugees who have flooded ...

President Trump honors heroes, prays for victims in grieving Las Vegas

06 Oct, 2017

She also said: "He never said anything to me or took any action that I was aware of that I understood in any way to be a warning that something awful like this was going to happen". "Only Marilou can maybe help out". "The FBI has coordinated with the Philippine office of the Interpol to look for her", NBI spokesman Nick Suarez told AFP.

Iran, Turkey vow to halt Iraqi Kurds' secession

05 Oct, 2017

At a joint news conference with Rouhani, Turkish President repeated that the plebiscite had no legitimacy and had only been recognized by Israel. Turkey's President Tayyip Erdogan, who is on a one-day trip to Tehran that will also include talks with Iran's Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, said Ankara was considering taking further measures against Iraqi Kurdistan.

Somali-born refugee charged in Canada 'terror' attack

05 Oct, 2017

The attacks in Edmonton started outside a football game on Saturday night, when a police officer was struck by a vehicle and then stabbed several times. Several Canadians have joined the ranks of Islamic State over the past five years , and others have been intercepted and jailed on terrorism charges under a law made tougher after the attack in Ottawa .

Monday forecast: partly sunny, high 75

04 Oct, 2017

North wind 6 to 11 miles per hour becoming light north northeast after midnight. Wednesday Night: A chance of showers and thunderstorms, then showers likely and possibly a thunderstorm after 1 a.m. North wind 6 to 13 miles per hour, with gusts as high as 20 miles per hour. Friday night , there is a 70 percent chance of showers and thunderstorms before 1 a.m., then a chance of showers, according to the weather service.

US Navy confirms T-45 trainer crash

03 Oct, 2017

The service reported the trainer aircraft missing after the T-45 departed from Knoxville, Tennessee for NAS Meridian, Mississippi on Sunday. The release stated the aircraft was training in the area and had not yet returned to the air station.

Hezbollah says Kurdish vote a step towards wider Mideast partition

02 Oct, 2017

The announcement on Saturday came amid rising tensions in the wake of a controversial secession referendum in Iraq's Kurdistan region, where nearly 93 percent of voters backed a split from Baghdad. The US does not recognise the independence referendum and urges an end to "threats of reciprocal actions", US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said.

Climber Killed in El Capitan Rockfall Tried to Save His Wife

01 Oct, 2017

Will Russ the owner of Santa Barbara Rock Gym says one of his members was at the El Capitan formation when the tragedy occurred. Witnesses described a loud booming noise just before the huge cloud of smoke and dust rose up as the rock and debris crashed down the rock face.

Facebook, Twitter, Google Invited for November 1 Senate Hearing

30 Sep, 2017

Last week Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced that his social media company would also be handing over in information to Congress about accounts that were found on the site and believed to be used for advertising during the election.

Former army officer elected Ukip leader

30 Sep, 2017

In the 2005 general election he stood as the Lib Dem candidate against future Conservative chancellor Philip Hammond in the Runnymede and Weybridge constituency. Under his leadership, the party will continue to position itself as a bulwark against a "soft" Brexit and to cry betrayal at any move away from a complete severing of connections with the European Union.

Four college basketball assistants charged in fraud case

29 Sep, 2017

During a March 2016 meeting near the campus of SC, where Evans coached before Oklahoma State, Dawkins allegedly explained to Sood how paying assistant coaches guarantees a steady pipeline of players "every year". The player was also expected to sign with Adidas upon turning professional, prosecutors said. "None of the coaches asked a single question about his track record in handling players' money".

Puerto Rico after Maria: What you need to know

29 Sep, 2017

The Jones Act will be waived "immediately", press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said . The Jones Act is a century-old law that requires all goods shipped between US ports be carried on USA owned-and-operated ships and has been central to the criticism around the pace of the response to the crisis in Puerto Rico.

Former Health Secretary: Price's use of chartered flights is 'stunning'

28 Sep, 2017

Asked if he will fire Price, Trump responded, "We'll see". The House Oversight and Government Reform committee is launching a wide-ranging examination of air travel by high-ranking Trump officials following reports about Price's trips.

Palestine Joins Interpol, Despite Israeli Opposition

28 Sep, 2017

The statement "Palestinian State and Solomon Islands are now members of INTERPOL" was used. Interpol has admitted the Palestinian territories as a new member, despite opposition from Israel . In the eyes of many governments across the globe, Palestinian statehood is inevitable, and they feel they need to vote accordingly in global forums. In this photo provided by Interpol, delegates are seated for the 86th session of the General Assembly, in Beijing, China, Wednesday, Sept.

Prince Harry And Meghan Markle Look Adorable At First Public Appearance Together

27 Sep, 2017

Markle dressed casually in sunglasses and a simple white button-down blouse with frayed jeans and Sarah Flint brown leather bow-embellished flats. "We were seated beside one another with the PM and his wife and the First Lady of the US", Johnston toldITV News.

Puerto Rico's fragile economy dealt new blow by Maria

26 Sep, 2017

The combined damage of both storms has left Puerto Rico devastated. The category 4 storm knocked the entire island's electrical grid out of commission, leaving residents facing no power for weeks or even months . Virgin Islands begin the long recovery effort from the devastation brought by Hurricane Maria , I know I'm joined by all of my colleagues at the Food and Drug Administration in keeping the residents of all these islands in our thoughts".

Hurricane Maria expected to stay offshore, central Pa. to see summer-like temperatures

26 Sep, 2017

That brings the total French military presence to 2,000 people. It's moving to the North at 9 miles per hour. But Jose may also lend us a helping hand. Maria will continue to move slowly toward the north over the next few days, making a close pass to the North Carolina and the Mid-Atlantic coasts early this week.

Russian general killed fighting Islamic State in east Syria

25 Sep, 2017

Russian airstrikes have backed Syrian government forces advancing on Deir ez-Zor from the west, while SDF, backed by US -led coalition airstrikes, has been moving in from east of the Euphrates River. The ministry, in a Wednesday evening statement, said 29 Russian military policemen had been surrounded by jihadis as a result and that Russia had been forced to break them out in a special operation backed by air power.

Korea welcomes new USA sanctions against N. Korea

25 Sep, 2017

For reference, the US agency recorded a 6.3 magnitude quake after North Korea's hydrogen bomb test on September 3, its sixth of a nuclear weapon . The US Geological Survey (USGS) said that it detected a magnitude 3.5 quake in the area of previous North Korean nuclear tests, but that it was unable to confirm whether the event was natural .

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