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USA woman missing after 'alligator attack'


Dale Engle said the woman's dogs would not leave the pond as divers searched for her Friday morning. Authorities closed the park Friday, but passers-by said they were not surprised to hear about an alligator lurking in the water. "Alligators make national news when they show up in homeowners" swimming pools or at their front doors. Alligators live in all 67 of Florida's counties, and as development happens near wetlands and waterfronts, people can expect to encounter the reptiles, the ... Read More »

Donald Trump calls for end to Russian expulsion from G7 grouping


Trump's tweets came after Macron threatened to exclude the United States from the G-7 final statement to be issued in the mountainous tourism destination of Charlevoix. The War of 1812 was a conflict fought between U.S. and United Kingdom and their respective allies, when the White House was burnt down by the British. Read More »

High-school bound students get ballistic shields


A class of eighth-graders graduating middle school have been given bulletproof shields as gifts to prepare them for potential mass shootings when they get to high school. This past February, seventeen students were shot and killed at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida - prompting hundreds of school walkouts across the country and national debates over U.S. Read More »

Colin Kaepernick's Lawyers Seeking to Subpoena Trump


He has not played for an NFL team since opting out of his contract with the San Francisco 49ers in March 2017 and is suing the league, claiming the owners colluded by not signing him to a contract. This one lifts me'. Miami Dolphins owner Stephen Ross also said that the president changed his view of the protests after he came out in strong opposition. Read More »

Top US Senate staffer charged in leak investigation


James Wolfe repeatedly gave "nonpublic information" to some reporters while chief of security, including one with whom he had a personal relationship with since 2014, and lied about those contacts in a December 2017 interview with the Federal Bureau of Investigation, according to a grand jury indictment . Read More »

Shocking allegations about Wasim Akram, others in Reham Khan's new-book


Reham Khan has undoubtedly made some bold accusations. She alleged that sexual favours were used to appoint people to powerful posts. She also criticised Khan over the recent nominations of candidates for the caretaker chief minister for Pakistan's Punjab province, for which the party has come under fire after it withdrew the name of its proposed candidate Nasir Khosa. Read More »

Kathleen Willey: NBC Dropped the Ball with 'Serial Rapist' Bill Clinton


In that interview, Clinton said , of his sit-down with Melvin, "I got mad... and should have remembered that man is young enough to be my son". "I would like for the #MeToo movement to be so kind and recognize myself and Paula [Jones] and Juanita [Broaddrick] and Kathleen [Willey] and many, many other women starting many years ago that have come out with claims of sexual harassment from Bill Clinton ", she said, adding, "They haven't given us any respect as far as I'm concerned". Read More »

Trump Floats Pardon of Muhammad Ali, Who Doesn’t Need One

Ali's attorney, Ron Tweel, responded to the President's gesture in a statement Friday. Trump in recent weeks has used his unilateral presidential powers to pardon several people, including another boxing legend in Jack Johnson. He added, "The pardons are a very positive things for a president". "If I thought the war was going to bring freedom and equality to 22 million of my people they wouldn't have to drafted me, I'd join tomorrow. Read More »

Disturbing nursery rhyme teaches kindergartners how to survive a school shooting


According to a Washington Post database, more than 215,000 students have experienced gun violence in schools since the April 20, 1999 mass shooting at Columbine High School. Curtatone and Superintendent of Schools Mary Skipper calls the poem a result of "the world we live in ". "I can understand why it was put to that song, to help kids understand it without panicking", he said ". Read More »

Rudy Giuliani Thinks Women in Sex Work Don't Deserve Respect


The lawsuit alleges that in January 2018, when Davidson was still representing Daniels , "Mr. Cohen immediately colluded with Mr. Davidson in an attempt to use and manipulate Ms. Trump by controlling the media coverage resulting from an InTouch magazine article that had just been released", today's complaint said. "This new lawsuit filed by Stephanie Clifford a.k.a. Read More »

Only a few of Guatemala volcano’s dead identified


Lilian Hernandez wept as she spoke the names of aunts, uncles, cousins, her grandmother and two great-grandchildren - 36 family members in all - missing and presumed dead in the volcano's explosion. Volcán De Fuego's eruptive patterns were distinguishable by the frequency of explosions emanating from the site, beginning in 2017 explosions increased from four to seven per hour to up to 10. Read More »

Philippines' Duterte stirs controversy by kissing woman on lips


The woman, later identified as Bea Kim, was one of two recipients of the President's free copy of the "Altar of Secrets" book during the meeting with the Filipino community at the Grand Hilton Hotel here. Duterte was heard telling the woman before kissing her on the lips and embracing her after. "I will make radical changes in the days to come", Duterte said in a news conference shortly after he arrived from Seoul for an official visit. Read More »

United States forces have destroyed 40 Humvees captured by Taliban since 2015

The Afghan Taliban frequently attacked outposts of the government during the last few years to capture expensive equipment which was then used to launch attacks against U.S. Troops would also be on standby to respond to attacks. Last month, the Pentagon said that senior Taliban officials have been secretly negotiating with Afghan officials on a possible ceasefire. Read More »

State Trooper Pulls Over Retired Cop Who Delivered Him 27 Years Before


Bailly responded to a call that Patterson's mother, Karen Patterson, barely made it home after going into labor while out shopping. Patterson then extended his hand and replied, "My name is Michael Patterson, sir. Poe Place, Patterson said. Bailly, who responded to the emergency call, was able to deliver Patterson with the aid of a doctor, who was on the phone. Read More »

Endorsed Republican secures spot in California race


The state's long-suffering GOP advanced businessman John Cox to the November governor's race, engineered the recall of a Democratic state senator and held its ground, at least for now, in a string of contested congressional races that could figure in the fight for control of the House. Read More »

EPA chief Pruitt’s senior legal counsel resigns amid ethics complaints


Greenwalt is due to appear this month before a panel of House Oversight committee staffers investigating a series of ethics allegations against Pruitt. Even though he was turned down, Pruitt gave them raises anyway. "And you know, somebody has to say that about you a little bit". A separate statement released by the EPA had Greenwalt praising Pruitt's "visionary leadership and tenacity". Read More »

Search for FlySax plane, its crew and passengers ongoing at Kinangop


The Kenya Civil Aviation Authority had on Tuesday night announced it stopped the search due to bad weather, which minimized chances of survival for those missing. The Cessna C208 aircraft, registration number 5Y-CAC, left a Kitale airstrip in Trans-Nzoia County at 4.05pm for Nairobi but lost contact with the control tower at 5.20pm. Read More »

Jordan's king appoints new prime minister as protests rage


Protesters gather for a demonstration outside the Prime Minister's office in Amman , early Tuesday, June 5, 2018. After a two-hour meeting Tuesday afternoon, head of the trade unions' council Ali al-Abous called on Jordan's new premier to "open a constructive dialogue" with the unions and civil society groups "to get out of this impasse that the draft income tax law has put us in". Read More »

Billionaire Koch brothers take on Trump over tariffs


He was hospitalized in the summer of 2016 and the issues have not been resolved, according to a June 4th memo that Charles Koch sent to employees. At recent twice-a-year gatherings for likeminded patrons of these groups, David Koch has been noticeably absent. Read More »

UItimate U-turn, horrific deja vu in Socceroos final WC squad


While granting 23 players a place on sport's biggest stage, the Dutchman also had to tell James Troisi , Fran Karačić, Nikita Rukavytsya and Josh Brillante they would not be travelling to Russian Federation. "He made a good impression". "(Arzani's) improving but he has to learn a lot", van Marwijk said. In terms of fitness and stuff like that, you haven't been able to come in as fresh as you've wanted but now you've got six days to really push your case'. Read More »

Severed rattlesnake bites Corpus Christi man


The victim's wife, Jennifer Sutcliffe, said that her husband decapitated the four-foot serpent with a shovel while working in the garden at their home near Corpus Christi. Live Science reports that for venomous snakes like cobras and rattlesnakes, biting is one of the reflexes that can be triggered in the brain even hours after the reptile dies. Read More »

Death toll in Tunisia boat accident climbs to 112


U.N. High Commissioner for Refugees Spokesman William Spindler tells NPR at least 52 people have died. The number of illegal immigrants killed after their boat sank off the southeastern coast of Tunisia on Sunday has risen to 112, according to the UNs' migration agency. Read More »

Palestinian killed trying to breach Israel fence


In a statement later on Friday, Hanan Ashrawi, Palestinian Liberation Organization executive committee member, said the U.S. had once again demonstrated its "blind loyalty to Israel and tried to absolve it of any wrongdoing despite its egregious violations, deliberate massacres and willful killings and war crimes". Read More »

Supreme Court dismisses Northern Ireland abortion law appeal


An emergency debate on the issue was held in the House of Commons on Tuesday. "Abortion has been a devolved matter in Northern Ireland since it was created in 1921, and it would not be appropriate for Westminster to seek to impose its will, or to be the arbiter of an issue that has always been devolved to the people of Northern Ireland". Read More »

Police are pursuing a stolen tank across Central Virginia


Video shows the personnel carrier, painted a desert sand color, rolling down a Richmond street with one police auto ahead of it and others following, sirens blaring. The chase ended when the man stopped the vehicle in Richmond, Va . Police then used a dog to attack the suspect, before hitting him with a taser, according to the Richmond Times-Dispatch. Read More »

US lawmakers want Trump to report on North Korea nuclear program

He described the offer of US concessions as "the policeman sitting across from the criminal saying, 'OK, this is what I'll give you to have you return to compliance with the law.' It shouldn't be that way". Within days, Mr Trump had reinstated the meeting. While it is unlikely Chinese fighter jets will escort Kim's plane all the way into Singapore because of territorial airspace rules, they will be able to travel close to the city state's border due to Beijing's claims to most of the ... Read More »