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On Thursday, a 32-year-old Florida man was convicted of the 2014 quadruple murders of his ex-girlfriend, her new boyfriend and her parents, according to news reports.
Most of the customers who announced plans to put down $5,000 deposits for the Tesla Semi indicated they wanted to test a few of the vehicles. Wal-Mart said it plans to order a total of 15 Tesla trucks, five for the United States and ten for Canada. The company operates a fleet of about 6,000 trucks in the United States.
Eight of Franken's former female employees speak out after recent sexual assault allegations.
― A few dozen women gathered on the steps of the state Capitol on Friday to argue that those accusing former Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore of sexual misconduct are liars, people who identify as transgender are awful, guns are good and abortion is bad.
Not only do you have to sit through date after date with disappointing Tinder matches, there's a whole new lexicon of dating terminology to keep up with.
A group of women who have worked for Sen. Al Franken (D-Minn.)
After revolutionizing electric cars, Tesla is tackling a new frontier in "green" transportation with the introduction a futuristic all-electric semi truck. "We designed the Tesla truck to be like a bullet," said Tesla co-founder and CEO, Elon Musk.
The owner of the truck with a "F (expletive) Trump and f (expletive) you for voting for him" sticker has been arrested for an outstanding warrant out of Rosenberg.
CHICAGO (AP) - One by one, the men told the same story: A Chicago police officer would demand money from them. And if they didn't pay, they would find themselves in handcuffs with drugs stuffed in their pockets.
By Timothy Gardner WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Interior Department has failed to provide documentation needed for an internal probe of Secretary Ryan Zinke's travels, the department's inspector general said on Thursday. "Our investigation has been delayed by absent, or incomplete documentation for several pertinent trips," Mary Kendall, the department's deputy inspector general, said in a letter sent this week to David Bernhardt, the department's deputy secretary. The inspector general launched an investigation of Zinke's travels after reports emerged in September that he had used a private plane owned by oil executives.
Republican U.S. lawmakers on Thursday took an important step toward the biggest tax code overhaul since the 1980s as the House of Representatives approved a broad package of tax cuts sought by President Donald Trump. The tax debate now moves to the U.S. Senate, where that chamber's separate plan has already encountered resistance from some Republicans. No decisive Senate action is expected until after next week's Thanksgiving holiday.
Russian President Vladimir Putin will next week host Turkish and Iranian counterparts Recep Tayyip Erdogan and Hassan Rouhani for summit talks on Syria, officials from Turkey and Russia said Thursday. With the violence in Syria diminishing but still no political solution in sight, the three presidents will meet at Putin's official residence in the Black Sea resort of Sochi on November 22.
WASHINGTON - A federal watchdog group says Ryan Zinke has failed to keep proper travel records since taking over the Department of the Interior in March, The Washington Post reports.
By Jonathan Landay WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Former Trump campaign adviser Carter Page on Thursday delivered subpoenaed documents he described as "irrelevant and unnecessary" to two congressional committees investigating alleged Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election. Page, an oil industry consultant with numerous contacts in Russia, told Reuters in a text message that he delivered the documents to the Senate and House intelligence committees. "On to bigger and better things now." Page delivered the documents two weeks after acknowledging in an appearance before the House panel that he had not provided all relevant documents sought by a subpoena, including emails in which...
Wisconsin's Ron Johnson on Wednesday became the first Republican senator to say he opposes his party's tax bill, signaling potential problems for GOP leaders.
"We will increase HELLFIRE production by 50-percent by 2019," Brig. Gen. Robert Rasch, Deputy Program Executive Officer, Missiles and Space, told Scout Warrior in an interview. The US Army is massively increasing production and delivery of HELLFIRE missiles to keep pace with upgrades to the weapon and a continued fast-growing use of the weapon around the globe, senior Army officials said. The war against ISIS, along with widespread multi-service and international use of HELLFIRE has depleted existing inventory of the weapon and generated a fast-growing national and international demand for HELLFIRE missiles, senior Army weapons developers told Scout Warrior.
Republican Senate nominee Roy Moore's latest defense is raising eyebrows in all the wrong ways.
We recently wrote about the Sam's Club pre-Black Friday sale, which took place on Nov. 11. The company has now revealed the deals it will offer on Black Friday itself. As in the earlier sale, Sam...
A U.S.-backed entrepreneurship conference that President Donald Trump's daughter, Ivanka Trump, is attending in India this month has been flooded with applications amid deepening ties between India and the United States. Thousands of Indian entrepreneurs want to attend the three-day Global Entrepreneurship Summit (GES), from Nov. 28 in the city of Hyderabad, though organisers say they can accommodate only 400 from India and 800 from the United States and the rest of the world.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu signalled Monday that Israel would take military action in Syria when it sees fit as it seeks to ensure Iran-backed forces stay away from its territory. Israel has long accused Iran, its main enemy, of taking advantage of Syria's civil war to send its Revolutionary Guard and its Lebanese Shiite ally Hezbollah into southern Syria, close to the border with the Jewish state. It has sought to avoid being dragged into the fighting but has carried out dozens of air strikes to prevent arms deliveries to Hezbollah, which fights alongside Syrian President Bashar al-Assad's forces.
Lebanon's Hezbollah, blamed by Saad Hariri for his shock resignation as premier, has grown over the three decades since its founding into a mighty army used by Iran to project regional influence. Hariri criticised the powerful Shiite movement for its meddling across the Middle East during a televised interview from Saudi Arabia on Sunday, his first media appearance since he stepped down on November 4. Hezbollah has participated in Hariri's government for almost a year.
President Donald Trump was thrown off by a handshake intended to kick off an international conference in the Philippines on Monday.
The Prince of Wales has led the nation in honouring the country's war dead on Remembrance Sunday, as the Queen observed the service from a balcony. The Queen asked Charles to lay her wreath at the Cenotaph, in the first time the monarch has broken with tradition and not performed the symbolic duty while in attendance at the Whitehall service. A two-minute silence took place at 11am and wreaths were laid at the foot of the Whitehall memorial by senior royals and political leaders including Prime Minister Theresa May and Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn. The Duke of Edinburgh, Queen and Duchess of Cornwall watch the Cenotaph ceremony Credit: Paul Grover for the Telegraph The Queen and Duke...
"The party ought not to be for this," Kasich told "This Week" co-anchor Martha Raddatz.
VATICAN CITY (AP) - Pope Francis on Saturday reaffirmed the "primacy" of using one's conscience to navigate tough moral questions in his first comments since he was publicly accused of spreading heresy by emphasizing conscience over hard and fast Catholic rules.
Washington might be getting ready to hand New Delhi some its best carrier technology. Are America and India Building an 'Aircraft Carrier' Alliance? America appears ready to provide a significant boost to India's future aircraft carrier. According to Indian media reports, the United States and India have entered the final stages of a negotiation for Washington to equip Delhi's future aircraft carrier with a state-of-the-art electromagnetic aircraft launch system (EMALS).
A 350-hp Giulia would slot in nicely between the 280-hp base model and the 505-hp Quadrifoglio.
Richard Browning reached 32.5 miles per hour in a jet engine power suit his company designed.
By Michael Martina DANANG, Vietnam (Reuters) - Asia-Pacific nations must "uphold multilateralism", Chinese President Xi Jinping said on Friday, countering U.S. President Donald Trump's message at a summit that the United States would stay out of trade deals that surrender its sovereignty. Globalization is an irreversible trend, but the world must work to make it more balanced and inclusive, Xi told leaders gathered in the Vietnamese resort city of Danang for the Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) meeting.
US First Lady Melania Trump hiked the Great Wall and spent some time with a couple of China's most prominent diplomats in Beijing on Friday: the pandas Meng'er and Gu Gu. While President Donald Trump jetted off to a summit in Vietnam after his state visit to China, his wife stayed behind to see the Beijing Zoo's favourite tenants before heading to the Great Wall. Trump later "interacted privately" with Gu Gu behind-the-scenes, zoo director Li Xiaoguang told reporters.
House Republicans have introduced a proposal to dramatically rewrite the U.S. tax code. Here's how the GOP tax plan would affect you.
By Miriam Berger and Ali Sawafta RAMALLAH, West Bank (Reuters) - Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas's administration said on Wednesday it had resumed security coordination with Israel in the occupied West Bank, frozen in July, and sought sole security control of the Gaza Strip, where Hamas Islamist forces dominate. The remarks, by the Palestinian police chief, left open the question of how Abbas might bring his former rivals in Hamas to heel given their refusal to disarm as demanded by Israel and the United States.
Donald Trump has delivered one of his strongest warnings yet to North Korea before the US President arrived in Beijing on Wednesday where he will be seeking to convince China to put more pressure on Pyongyang. "This a very different administration than the United States has had in the past," Mr Trump said, in a direct message to the North's young leader Kim Jong-un. "Do not underestimate us. And do not try us." Mr Trump's is making a three-day visit to China where North Korea's military build-up and trade imbalances between the world's two biggest economies will dominate the agenda. China is the third leg of his mammoth five-nation Asian tour and follows visits to Japan and South...
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) - U.S. Sen. Rand Paul does not know why a longtime neighbor tackled him in his yard and broke five of his ribs, sidelining him from the Senate, a close friend of the lawmaker said Tuesday.
Shares of Mallinckrodt Plc plunged more than 30 percent to an all-time low on Tuesday after the drugmaker reported disappointing quarterly revenue and warned of slower sales of Acthar, its biggest source of revenue. Acthar, which is used to treat infantile spasms and multiple sclerosis, has been under scrutiny for its costly price tag and was at the center of a federal probe that Mallinckrodt settled in January. At the time, Acthar cost more than $34,000.
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President Trump's remarks on North Korea during his visit to South Korea.
WASHINGTON ― The House Intelligence Committee on Monday released more than 200 pages of testimony from its closed-door interview last week with Carter Page, a former foreign policy adviser to the Donald Trump presidential campaign. The document presents the clearest picture yet of Page's interactions with Russian officials, including his interactions with Russian Deputy Prime Minister Arkady Dvorkovich. Page's testimony appears to contradict his public statements that he had no meaningful encounters during a trip he took to Russia in 2016 while he was a member of the Trump campaign's foreign policy team.
SUTHERLAND SPRINGS, Texas (AP) - The man who authorities say carried out the deadliest mass shooting in Texas history had a rifle and two handguns with him.
Puerto Rico's population is set to decrease by 14 percent to 2.9 million inhabitants by 2019 due to an exodus of residents fleeing the devastation caused by Hurricane Maria in September, a study has found. "In the decade prior to Hurricane Maria, net migration from Puerto Rico to the United States amounted to approximately half a million, which represented a loss of ten percent of the island's population," said report authors Edwin Melendez and Jennifer Hinojosa.
In 2012, while stationed at an Air Force base in New Mexico, Kelley was court-martialed and sentenced to a year's confinement for abusing his wife and child. The Air Force's chief prosecutor at the time told the New York Times and NBC News that Kelley broke his stepson's skull. Two years later, soon after he was given a bad conduct discharge for his crime, Kelley was cited for animal cruelty after neighbours told police he viciously punched his dog outside his trailer home, according to a report from the El Paso County sheriff's office.
The Air Force failed to record the Texas church shooter's domestic violence conviction in a federal database that would have kept him from buying a gun, according a source who spoke to NPR and a purported leaked draft statement from the Air Force obtained by HuffPost.
The former Air Force airman who shot dead 26 people in a Texas church had been jailed by the military for beating his wife and child, and had ranted against God and the church on his social media pages. Devin Patrick Kelley, a white 26-year-old who was dressed head-to-toe in black combat gear when he carried out the deadliest shooting in Texas history, appears to have killed himself after the attack. As photos of America's latest mass killer -- round-faced and unsmiling, with thinning dark hair and, in one shot, holding a small child -- started circulating in the US media Monday, more questions than answers remained as to why he attacked the First Baptist Church, killing an estimated...
BEIRUT (AP) - Lebanon's outgoing prime minister who unexpectedly resigned during a trip to Saudi Arabia met with Saudi King Salman on Monday as speculation continued to swirl over his surprising move.
WASHINGTON ― Days after a heavily armed killer opened fire on 22,000 people at a country music festival in Las Vegas, killing 58 and injuring hundreds more, Sen. Bill Nelson (D-Fla.)
Zimbabwe's President Robert Mugabe has fired Emmerson Mnangagwa as vice president after he showed "traits of disloyalty", his information minister said on Monday, removing a favourite to succeed the 93-year-old leader. Mnangagwa's removal provides a boost for Mugabe's wife, Grace, who has been a vocal critic of the vice president and is also seen as a potential successor to her husband. "The vice president has consistently and persistently exhibited traits of disloyalty, disrespect, deceitfulness and unreliability," minister Simon Khaya Moyo told reporters.
US Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross has defended personal business links to Russia revealed by the Paradise Papers, in an interview with the BBC on Monday. In a separate interview with Bloomberg, Ross indicated he could end the links but not because of any wrongdoing. "I think the media has made a lot more out of it than it deserves," Ross told the BBC on the sidelines of a business conference in London.
Pastor Frank Pomeroy said his youngest daughter, Annabelle, was among the victims killed at his church Sunday.
Taiwan hopes to find a "natural way" to exchange views with Chinese President Xi Jinping at a summit of Asia-Pacific leaders that starts in Vietnam this week, the self-ruled island's envoy to the meeting said on Monday. Relations between Beijing and Taipei have nosedived since President Tsai Ing-wen was elected last year. China believes she wants formal independence for Taiwan, a red line for Beijing.