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Couple killed in crash while fleeing ICE agents


Police said the couple pulled over when the officers activated their emergency lights but raced away when the officers exited their vehicle. The SUV slammed into a utility pole and overturned. "Who knows if this accident could've been prevented if these ice agents weren't so aggressive with this family", Rodriguez said. Both were residents of Delano, a rural Kern County town 30 miles north of Bakersfield in California's Central Valley. Read More »

Anderson Cooper and Boyfriend Benjamin Maisani Split After Nine Years Together


Daily Mail reports that Cooper has taken at least five trips to Texas to spend some quality time with his new beau since December 20. In January, rumors swirled that Cooper is dating Dallas radiologist Victor Lopez , according to E! The Anderson Cooper 360° anchor continued at the time, "The fact is, I'm gay, always have been, always will be, and I couldn't be any more happy, comfortable with myself, and proud". Read More »

United Kingdom links Putin to attack on ex-spy


Russian Federation was quick to deny the accusation and reiterated it was not involved in the poisoning of Sergei Skripal, 66, and his 33-year-old daughter, Yulia, in Salisbury almost two weeks ago using nerve agent Novichok. "Russia should shut up and go away", Williamson said. "This horrific event demands first of all the most thorough and painstaking criminal investigation, conducted by our police and security services", he said. Read More »

Iran won't renegotiate 2015 nuke deal: Deputy FM

Germany, the United Kingdom and France have suggested that the European Union impose new sanctions on Iran over its ballistic missile program as well as its actions in Syria, in an effort to stop the USA from exiting the nuclear deal with Tehran, Reuters reported Friday. Read More »

Trump Urges Tarkanian To Drop Senate Challenge To Heller


Senate to running for a Congress seat in Nevada. One-time Republican U.S. Senate hopeful Danny Tarkanian has confirmed he will run for a congressional seat instead of seeking the much coveted seat now held by U.S. According to Gallup , Trump's approval rating in the state is in line with his national average over the past year, at slightly above 40 percent. Tarkanian said he plans to file for the congressional seat at noon on Friday. Read More »

US says Russia 'responsible' for spy attack in Britain


She called it a "brazen" act, expelled 23 Russian diplomats, and cut high-level contact with Moscow for the attack on United Kingdom soil. The accusations are groundless. President Donald Trump said he would accept the UK's conclusions. US Special Counsel Robert Mueller demanded documents directly related to President Trump's businesses. Read More »

Amber Alert Issued In Mexico For Missing Allentown Teen


Amber Alert Mexico posted an alert on Thursday night asserting that Yu and Esterly are now in Mexico and urging people to be on the lookout for them. Esterly is charged with interference of custody of children, a third-degree felony because she is under age 18, Martin said. Read More »

FIRST ALERT Weather Day Monday due to severe storms


A few of those storms could be on the strong side, especially on Monday , according to the National Weather Service . "This is a low confidence forecast, with the run-to-run changes of the models and the differences in details leaving open several scenarios ranging from major storm to complete miss", the Weather Service says. Read More »

Man killed in NY helicopter crash attended Butler University


According to NBC News, the pilot was able to free himself and was taken to the hospital in what was described as "OK" condition. "It's the social media that really energizes us, and we love sharing what we see every day", FlyNYON Chief Operating Officer Tim Orr told CBS News in an interview a year ago. Read More »

Vermont Guard: US soldiers injured in avalanche near Smugglers' Notch


It was unclear what caused the avalanche or what the soldiers were doing in Smugglers' Notch when it occurred, but they were at a spot in the notch called Easy Gully , where people practice snow climbing on the steep cliffs. None of the soldiers were seriously injured. Five soldiers were taken to the University of Vermont Medical Center in Burlington. According to the Smuggs Snow Report , that area has received nearly two feet of snow in the last 24 hours. Read More »

Danon calls to end 'despicable pay to slay' policy after ramming attack


An officer was killed along with a soldier while another two soldiers were seriously hurt, it added, saying the Palestinian driver was injured and hospitalized for treatment. Hamas has claimed responsibility for the attack stating, "The attack in Jenin comes 100 days after Trump's decision and makes it clear that our people's intifada for Jerusalem is continuing". Read More »

Two terrorists killed in Srinagar encounter


Following the attack, the area has been cordoned off by government forces. Bothof the neutralised terrorists were of Ansar Ghazwatul Hind, an ISIS linked group. CRPF claimed that the two militants have been killed so far in the encounter even as there was no confirmation from police or army. Security personnel immediately surrounded the village and a gunfight started there. Read More »

North Korea's top diplomat meets Swedish leaders

Sweden, which is not a member of the US -led North Atlantic Treaty Organisation military alliance, has been mentioned as a potential location for a possible face-to-face meeting between Trump and Kim. "I've talked to North Korea and I sent a single message to them, which was that this was an awesome opportunity for both sides and they need to respond", Yun told CNN . Read More »

Allegedly Palestinian Drives Car Into Crowd in West Bank, Casualties Reported


The Magen David Adom ambulance service said four people had been critically injured in the attack. The motorist was detained shortly after and was being treated for light injuries, it said without detailing how the injuries were caused. The terrorist was taken to a hospital in Hadera. The Islamist militant faction Hamas welcomed the ramming attack but did not claim responsibility for it. Read More »

Americans predicted to spend billions on St. Patrick's Day


Patrick" - Stephen GwynnEvery St. Patrick's Day every Irishman goes out to find another Irishman to make a speech to" - Shane LeslieSt. On March 17th people from coast-to-coast will don forty shades of green to celebrate one of the biggest parties of the year - St. Read More »

Illegal Immigrant Appointed to CalSOAP


Mateo is a courageous, determined and intelligent young woman who at great personal risk has dedicated herself to fight for those seeking their rightful place in this country", said Senator Kevin de León, chair of the Rules Committee. She went on to develop a passion for law and became the first person in her family to graduate from college, receiving her degree from Santa Clara University law school in 2016 and passing the California bar previous year, according to her legal firm's website . Read More »

USA hits Russians with sanctions over election meddling, cyber attacks


The US Department of Treasury has issued sanctions against five Russian entities and 19 individuals for their involvement in a number of cyberattacks as well as online efforts for interfering with the US presidential election. The latest USA sanctions against Russians are aimed at punishing those responsible for cyber attacks and attempts to interfere in the 2016 presidential elections. Read More »

Russia will 'of course' expel British diplomats: Lavrov


She posited that either Russian Federation was directly involved or it had lost control of a chemical weapon. Putin, who took over as Kremlin chief from Boris Yeltsin on the last day of 1999, has tried to claw back some of the clout that Moscow lost when the Soviet Union collapsed in 1991. Read More »

Western allies confront Moscow over United Kingdom spy attack, USA vote meddling

He added: "It's something that should never, ever happen". Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said Russian Federation would respond by expelling British diplomats "soon". Russian Federation now faces particular pressure to engage with the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW), the body which oversees implementation of the worldwide ban on nerve agents . Read More »

Ted Deutch: School Safety Bill Can't Be Sole Response to Florida Shooting


Rep. Ted Deutch, D-Fla., said Thursday that the school safety bill recently passed in the House is not enough of a response to the recent shooting in his district. "That's why the House Republicans hate the bill , I think even more than some of the liberals". Some of the student activists called for stronger gun control laws a means of preventing future shootings. Read More »

Special ASEAN summit held in Sydney


Australia's enhanced engagement with Asean is part of a strategy to look beyond the United States to seek frameworks to bolster security, stability and prosperity in the region, said John Blaxland, director of the Australian National University Southeast Asia Institute. Read More »

Record Number Of Americans Sympathize More With Israelis Than Palestinians


The result was the highest support recorded in 27 years, when in 1991 - at the peak of Israel's bombardment by Iraq during the Gulf War - support for Israel among Americans stood at 79%. Americans aged 55 and older expressed more favorable views of Israel (80%) than the Palestinian Authority (18%), whereas in the 18-34 age group support for the Palestinians jumped to 31% and shrunk to 65% for Israel. Read More »

Nerve agent planted in luggage of Russian agent's daughter


In another foreign response, New Zealand said on March 16 that it was putting plans to pursue a free-trade deal with Russian Federation on hold. They remain in critical condition in a hospital. Mr Corbyn said that Mrs May was right on Monday to identify two possibilities for the source of the nerve agent - either Russian Federation authorised the attack or had lost control of the Novichok substance. Read More »

Patrick's Day DUI Patrols Planned by La Mesa and Chula Vista Police


Past year on St. Patrick's Day, the CHP made 148 arrests statewide for driving under the influence (DUI). In 2016, 522 people were killed on Maryland's roads. It's nearly St. Patrick's Day, meaning more corned beef and cabbage, green beer and a heightened police presence. Almost two-thirds of traffic fatalities that 2017 season involved drunken drivers, a National Highway Traffic Safety Administration analysis found. Read More »

Anger as Egyptian student beaten into coma in United Kingdom dies


Mariam Moustafa, 18, was waiting at a bus stop in February when she was accosted. At this time, from our investigation, there is no information to suggest that the assault was motivated by hate but we continue to keep an open mind. "It has been almost 20 days and the girls who were involved in the assault haven't been arrested", Mohamed told The Guardian. 'Their parents went to the police who just filed the complaint and that was all - that was a warning, they should've acted. Read More »