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Fake Photo Of Activist Emma González Tearing Up US Constitution Goes Viral


Emma González - the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School student who has become known for loudly and passionately " calling BS " - got onstage at the March for Our Lives on Saturday and stood silent for more than four minutes. Gun rights advocatesWhile people across the country march for gun reform, advocates in various cities will also hit the streets in defense of the Second Amendment. Read More »

JSW to invest $500 mn in Texas unit

The company will be given a Texas Enterprise Fund award to help make the expansion happen. In the first nine months of fiscal-year 2018, the company's plate mill produced 177,428 mt at a capacity utilization rate of just 24%, compared with 128,937 mt at a rate of 18% over the same period in fiscal-year 2017. Read More »

On Heels of Wintry Mix, Fog Then Sun Tuesday


Precipitation chances look small as well but enough to where we have to take it day by day to continue to monitor the chances. Expect a mostly cloudy Tuesday morning with temperatures generally in the 50s. Heavy downpours along with a few embedded thunderstorms will be possible tonight . Temperatures for much of Montana Easter Sunday morning will be frigid for the start of April. Read More »

Vietnam War veterans honored in ceremony


Featured speaker will be Chip Tansill, director of the Ohio Department of Veterans Services, and an Army veteran who was deployed to the Persian Gulf in 1990. "To ensure the sacrifices of the 9 million heroes who served during this hard chapter of our country's history are remembered for generations to come, I signed into law the Vietnam War Veterans Recognition Act of 2017, designating March 29 of each year as National Vietnam War Veterans Day. Read More »

Sunday morning Storm Team forecast: More sunshine!


Tuesday's weather will be similar, but by Wednesday , temperatures could brush 70 degrees. The freezing conditions predicted by some forecasts, would alter otherwise positive prospects for United Kingdom footfall and retailing over Easter, which could 2.4 per cent higher than the same period in previous year. Read More »

No Charges Against Officer In Alton Sterling Shooting


Sterling's family shared the news Tuesday (Mar. 27) after meeting with Landry before the decision was made public, The Advocate reports. "I know that they may not agree with the decision". The killing gripped the nation in part because two bystander videos , each less than a minute long, captured Sterling's struggle with the two officers. Read More »

'North Korean train' in Beijing fuels rumors of Kim Jong-un visit


The rumored visit comes weeks before a potential meeting between the North Korean leader and President Donald Trump . Kim has not conducted an official trip overseas since taking power in 2011, and relations between China and North Korea are frosty as Beijing has backed United Nations sanctions to punish Pyongyang for its nuclear and missile tests. Read More »

North Atlantic Treaty Organisation expels seven Russian diplomats, denies accreditation to three more


Washington also ordered the closure of the Russian consulate in Seattle in connection with suspicions that it was used as a hub for spying on a nearby nuclear submarine base. In addition to the expulsion of seven Russian diplomats, North Atlantic Treaty Organisation has withdrawn three pending accreditation requests and has reduced the overall size of the Russian mission to North Atlantic Treaty Organisation from 30 to 20. Read More »

Lok Sabha adjourned for the day, no-confidence motion not taken up


Sources also said Naidu's efforts "were aimed at mobilising the leaders and members of the parties who were keen about (the) normal functioning of the House against members of parties hijacking the functioning of the House" and "building up a case for action against disruptor if they did not mend their ways". Read More »

Speaker Paul Ryan's Office Says he's 'Not Resigning'


Amodei further speculated on why Ryan might retire now. "The speaker is not resigning", Strong told CNN , CBS and The Washington Examiner . Some Wisconsin students are taking the momentum of weekend demonstrations against gun violence on the road - straight to House Speaker Paul Ryan's district. Read More »

Israeli Foreign Ministry Unaware About Plans to Expel Russian Diplomats


More than 100 Russian spies are being sent home from more than 20 countries, including 60 from the U.S. and intelligence officers operating in Canada, Ukraine, Norway, Macedonia and Albania, as well as in 16 European Union member states. Trump himself was silent on Monday on Twitter , where he often comments about his policy decisions. Moscow expelled United Kingdom diplomats in response and ordered the British Council to cease its activities in Russian Federation. Read More »

Thousands in Russian city rally after shopping mall fire


Russia will not leave the decision of the expel 60 Russian diplomats unanswered, but is still willing to maintain dialogue with Washington on the strategic stability, Deputy Foreign Minister Sergey Ryabkov told Sputnik on Tuesday. "We are to analyse the situation following the declared decisions by a number of countries to expel our diplomats". USA officials have said the Trump administration still seeks to avoid a complete rupture in bilateral relations. Read More »

Trump approval rating increases following Republican tax overhaul


The same poll taken last month put the president's approval rating at 35 percent with a disapproval rating of 58 percent and 7 percent "no opinion". Trump's White House tenure has been buffeted by a marked turnover of key officials, with Trump firing both Secretary of State Rex Tillerson and national security adviser H.R. Read More »

NY Helicopter Straps That Trapped Riders May Have Also Cut Fuel


All five passengers in the helicopter died. The pilot, who was wearing only the aircraft's normal restraint system, managed to escape. 'The NTSB is concerned that the FFCLs on Eurocopter AS350-series helicopters can be easily and inadvertently moved out of their detents by objects or persons, including the pilot and passengers, in flight or on the ground, ' the NTSB wrote in its report on the 2008 crash. Read More »

Former Radio Jockey brutally murdered in Kerala


A radio jockey was hacked to death on Monday by some unidentified assailants in Trivandrum's Madavoor district, Kerala. As per preliminary information, Rajesh along with his friend, Kuttan, had returned from a stage program and were putting the equipment back in their studio. Read More »

Karnataka elections: Amit Shah accuses Siddaramaiah govt of dividing Hindus

While several politicians and journalists questioned the tweet , which was removed, Malviya said that he had taken the information from a ticker on Times Now. Mr Yeddyurappa was sitting next to him. Shah said, "Recently, a retired Supreme Court judge said that if any government deserves an award for corruption, it is the Yeddyurappa government". Read More »

Russian Federation mourns victims of Kemerovo tragedy


Putin flew to Kemerovo earlier on Tuesday and visited the makeshift memorial to the victims outside the shopping mall. Eyewitnesses reported fire alarms were silent and many doors were locked. Relatives of the victims say they have compiled a list of 85 people, majority children, who are still missing. "Why don't they tell us the truth?", shouted one protester. Read More »

Khaps can not stop marriage between consenting adults rules Supreme Court


The orders were passed by a three-judge bench, headed by Chief Justice of India Dipak Misra , and Justices AM Khanwilkar and DY Chandrachud. As per reports, Supreme Court disposed off the petition filed by NGO, Shakti Vahini against khap panchayats & seeking directions to Centre and state governments for preventing honour killings . Read More »

Montana group voices concern over China tariffs


China said last week it would retaliate with its own tariffs targeting a relatively modest US$3 billion in USA goods. In retaliation, China said that it is considering raising tariffs on Dollars 3 billion worth of United States exports ranging from steel, aluminum and American pork among other goods. Read More »

Maryland School Gunman Confronted by Officer Shot Himself, Authorities Say


Suspected shooter, 17-year-old Austin Wyatt Rollins , died at around 10:40 the hospital, after investigators say Rollins opened fire at the school just before 8 a.m. Within three minutes of the shooting, Gaskill confronted Rollins in the hallway. The tapes include a call to dispatchers from Barnes, who had taken shelter in a classroom after being struck in the leg. Read More »

State AGs press Facebook over Cambridge Analytica scandal

Common Cause filed complaints asking the Federal Election Commission and the Department of Justice to investigate whether Cambridge Analytica and its sister firm, SCL Group Limited, broke rules that bar foreign nationals from participating "directly or indirectly" in the "decision-making process" of a political campaign. Read More »

California Sues Trump Administration for Adding Citizenship Question to Census


The controversial move was announced Monday night by the Commerce Department . "This untimely, unnecessary, and untested citizenship question will disrupt planning at a critical point, undermine years of painstaking preparation, and increase costs significantly, putting a successful, accurate count at risk", the Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights said in a statement. Read More »

Grandmother of man killed by Sacramento police calls for change

The family, which disputes police accounts that Clark, 23, was breaking vehicle windows, plans to sue the city but did not discuss the matter Monday. "They feel that, at best, police have intentionally misled them, and at worst they flat-out lied to justify this execution of Stephon Clark in his backyard", he said. Read More »

Russian official confirms 48 dead in mall fire

The fire took place in the Siberian city of Kemerovo , about 2000 miles east Moscow . Some 660 emergency personnel were deployed in the rescue effort. Russia's top investigative body says 56 people are confirmed dead in a fire at a shopping mall in Siberia. Eyewitnesses elsewhere in the building told Russian media that fire alarms had failed to sound and they were only alerted to the emergency after screams were heard from above. Read More »

Pilot who crashed in France returns home 74 years later


He stood unsuccessfully in elections previous year as a candidate for the La France Insoumise ( France Unbowed) party, founded by radical left-winger Jean-Luc Melenchon. The Grand Mosque of Paris praised the officer's "courage and commitment". French authorities say the girlfriend of an Islamic extremist who attacked a supermarket in southern France last week is a radicalized convert to Islam and that she shouted " Allahu akbar ", or "God is Great", when she was arrested. Read More »

Immigration boss sends Miguna citizenship forms at JKIA


Asked whether he still had his Canadian passport, he responded: "I am a Kenyan, I'm not traveling with a Canadian passport, this is what I am traveling with (waving his national identity card.) I'm a Kenyan by birth, I'm not going to get nobody's visa", he stressed. Read More »