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Cops Suspended After Using A Coin Toss To Determine Arrest Of Speeder


In the video, officer Courtney Brown can be seen telling Webb a reckless driving charge will be levied because of the wet pavement. But she didn't know about the police coin flip until we told her. The woman chuckled briefly when told of the coin flip but soon cried when she is placed in the back of a squad vehicle in handcuffs. "Wow, these people put my freedom in the hands of a coin flip", she said. Read More »

Second Pakistani party criticizes 'pre-poll rigging' in election


Seven individuals, including Zardari and Talpur, were said to be involved in using certain bank accounts for suspicious transactions totalling Rs 35 billion. The upcoming election is due to be held at a time of growing political instability, with the ruling PML-N party accusing the powerful military, which has ruled Pakistan for about half its history since independence in 1947, of interfering in politics and trying to weaken it. Read More »

Trump pays tribute to Churchill amid strains on US-UK ties


Last week at the same location, May finally won agreement for her Brexit plans from her cabinet but within days two senior ministers had quit, departures which Trump said earlier in the week had left Britain in turmoil. Sir Christopher Meyer Wednesday, which took place at one of the capital's major railway stations in broad daylight. "The people voted to break it up, so I would imagine that is what they would do, but maybe they are taking a different route - I don't know if that is what they ... Read More »

'Clear evidence of need' in NKorea - UN aid chief


The U.N. issued a transcript of his remarks. The UN delegation began a four-day visit to North Korea on Monday, during which it also visited the Pyongyang Children's Foodstuff Factory, the Tower of the Juche Idea and the Korean Rehabilitation Centre for Children with Disability, the KCNA report said. Read More »

North Korean officials snub meeting on USA soldiers' remains


Great progress being made!' While visiting Pyongyang last week, Mr Pompeo said that a Pentagon team would meet with the North's officials in or around Panmunjon - the truce village on the border between North and South Korea . South Korea's Yonhap news agency reported that North Korea had called for general-level military negotiations to discuss the return of USA remains. Read More »

Irish Ambassador: Israel makes it hard for those who support it


Fortune reported that the bill, if enacted, could force United States companies with Irish subsidiaries or divisions to essentially choose between violating Irish or United States law. Speaking in the Senate, Irish Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade Simon Coveney of the Fine Gael Party, said that such a boycott is logistically impossible due to Ireland's trade being tied up within the larger European Union, and that Ireland should not push ahead of the global community on the issue, ... Read More »

Trump Should Cancel Putin Summit Over Indictments, Democrats Say

Schumer said in a statement . While not expressing outright support for the meeting with Russian Federation, which is to take place on Monday, McCain said Thursday that that summit represented an opportunity for Trump "to demonstrate his willingness to defend America" against its adversaries. Read More »

Co-pilot smoking e-cigarette behind cabin pressure fall on Air China plane


On Tuesday, an Air China Boeing 737 flying from Hong Kong to Dalian suddenly began an emergency descent of 25,000 feet in 10 minutes, with oxygen masks deployed to passengers. Air China Flight CA106 from Hong Kong to Dalian in China lost altitude a half an hour into the scheduled 5:55 pm trip. The crew returned to normal cruising altitude once it was discovered that the air conditioning was, in fact, turned off. Read More »

Had Damaging Information On Donald Trump, Says FBI Agent Peter Strzok

FBI agent Peter Strzok said his anti-Trump text messages did not impact his work on the special counsel's Russian Federation investigation or the FBI probe into Hillary Clinton's email use in 2016. "No, he's not. We'll stop it". Other Democrats shouted Gohmert down themselves, crying out " Shame on you , Mr. Gohmert!" and "Insane asylum!" "It was the existence of your bias that got you kicked off", Gowdy said. Read More »

Trump visit: Lock him in the tower, chants army of protesters

Trump told The Sun newspaper that May's plan for Brexit had probably killed off the chance of a U.S. "I actually told Theresa May how to do it, but she didn't listen to me". Addressing a joint press conference at the end of their bilateral talks at the prime minister's country residence, Chequers, Trump said, "She's a total professional". Read More »

‘World’s Ugliest Dog’ Zsa Zsa dies at 9 years old


The dog mum said she named Zsa Zsa after the Hungarian actress Zsa Zsa Gabor, as the pup enjoyed lounging on the couch "like a lovely model". Zsa Zsa went from enduring years living in a puppy mill to being adopted by a family and finally to winning fame and fans . Read More »

Theresa May government publishes white paper on Brexit


Mr. Trump stoked the flames of the discontent in an interview with The Sun that was published on Friday just hours before the President and Ms. The EU27 has been clear all along that the four pillars of the single market - the free movement on goods, services, people and capital - are indivisible. Read More »

Nawaz Sharif's flight lands in Lahore; arrested from airport


Ousted Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif gestures as he boards a Lahore-bound flight due for departure, at Abu Dhabi International Airport, UAE July 13, 2018. Both Sharif, 68, and Maryam, 44, have been sentenced by an accountability court to 10 and 7 years in prison respectively. Since then, a host of his allies have been either disqualified by the courts or face corruption cases. Read More »

Trump Refuses CNN’s Acosta Pleas

He continued to make pleas for a question as Trump called on John Roberts of Fox News. Earlier in June, when Trump held a news conference at the G-7 summit in Quebec, he told reporters during one exchange that he "came up with the term fake news" because many journalists who cover him are "very dishonest". Read More »

Amesbury poisoning: Novichok source revealed as small bottle


Sturgess died on Sunday , while Rowley has regained consciousness and is no longer in a critical condition. Cops said a small bottle was recovered after searching the scene of Rowley's house in Amesbury. Mr Rowley remains in hospital but has been able to speak to police. 'Inquiries are under way to establish where the bottle came from and how it came to be in Charlie's house'. Read More »

70 killed in attack at election rally in Pakistan's Quetta


Raisani is the brother of former chief minister of Balochistan Nawab Aslam Raisani. Nawabzada Siraj Raisani, who was campaigning for an assembly seat in the southern province of Balochistan, was killed in the bomb blast along with dozens of others, Balochistan Home Secretary Haider Ali Shikoh told CNN. Read More »

Canada to head up NATO training mission in Iraq


Canadian forces have been tapped to lead NATO's new military adviser mission in Iraq, as the alliance looks to expand and extend its operations in the war-torn country. "Will they reimburse the USA?" The prime minister is expected to use the extension to defend Canada from criticism from Trump that America's northern neighbour is not spending enough on defence. Read More »

Wild scenes at Russia-probe hearing as Federal Bureau of Investigation agent and Republicans clash


Strzok struck a combative tone throughout the hearing, telling congressmen, "Today's hearing is just another victory notch in Putin's belt and another milestone in our enemies' campaign to tear America apart". "It was the existence of your bias that got you kicked off", Gowdy said . I do not have bias. "If you were kicked off when he read the texts, shouldn't you have been kicked off when you wrote them?" Republicans have cited Page's and Strzok's messages as evidence about what they ... Read More »

Russians accused of hacking Democrats in 2016 U.S. election


It's expected that the announcement will relate to the Special Counsel's probe. He said the indictments were "further proof of what everyone but the President seems to understand - President Putin is an adversary who interfered in our elections to help President Trump win". Read More »

Donald Trump describes Boris Johnson as future PM and attacks Sadiq Khan


Dawn Butler, an lawmaker from the opposition Labour Party with responsibility for women and equalities, told TIME: " Theresa May has failed to be a critical friend to Trump . I would-I would actually say she probably went the opposite way". LONDON ― An enormous blimp depicting President Donald Trump as a baby throwing a temper tantrum set sail over the city Friday morning. Read More »

Husband finds bodies of wife, mechanic in auto


Sources close to the investigation told the media that the 39-year-old woman was having her vehicle repaired and was sleeping with the mechanic, 59, as some form of "payment" for the hours of work he was putting in. Police arrived at the apartment complex and pronounced Hargrave and the mechanic dead. "I can't do that", daughter Khalisha Johnson told CBS . I can't do that, ' she said. Read More »

Ancient tomb discovered on construction site


Experts are assuming it represents whoever is buried in the sarcophagus , though that's yet to be confirmed. It was discovered in the ancient city of Alexandria and a layer of mortar between the lid and the body of the sarcophagus is evidence that it has not been opened since it was closed more than 2000 years ago. Read More »

Trump arrives in Britain, questions May’s Brexit plan


Britain, not unlike the United States, is a country with a strong immigrant presence built over the last century where multi-culturalism is praised but has also in recent years been used by those on the right as a divisive dynamic. Most of the protests against Trump have taken aim and his anti-immigrant rhetoric, as well as his administration's policy of separating undocumented parents and children who cross the U.S. Read More »