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- 2019-05-17 15:50:05Z
Democrats reading Mueller report in an act of protest; Raymond Arroyo breaks down his 'Friday Follies' for 'The Ingraham Angle.'
"The Big Bang Theory" isn't the only thing coming to an end for Kaley Cuoco: she is also selling her California home. See what $6.9 million buys.
ATMORE, Ala. (AP) - A lawyer for a condemned inmate said he hoped Gov. Kay Ivey might a grant clemency request and block the execution after she talked about her belief that "life is precious" in signing a bill to virtually outlaw abortion in Alabama.
Weeks into an investigation of the origins of the FBI's investigation of Russian meddling in the 2016 election, Attorney General William Barr said Friday that the probe has provided more questions than answers due to the "inadequate" and in some cases inconsistent answers he's been given from the officials involved.Asked during an interview with Fox News whether he knew exactly when the FBI began its investigation into the Trump campaign, Barr said he had not yet identified a reliable timeline."I've been trying to get answers to the questions, and I've found that a lot of the answers have been inadequate and some of the explanations I've gotten don't hang together. In a sense I have more...
Paris (AFP) - Celebrated architect I.M. Pei has died at age 102. Here are key dates in his life:
Three people, including a mother and daughter, have been charged in the death of a young pregnant woman on Chicago's Southwest Side.
Boeing says it has finished with its updates to the flight-control software implicated in two deadly crashes involving its 737 Max, moving a step closer to getting the plane back in the sky.
China's US Treasury holdings fell in March to their lowest level in two years, with Beijing trimming its lending to the United States amid a protracted trade war, government data shows. In March, China's Treasury holdings fell by $10.4 billion to $1.12 trillion, the lowest level since May 2017, according to Treasury Department data released Wednesday.
GAZA CITY, Gaza Strip (AP) - Palestinians on Wednesday marked the 71st anniversary of their mass displacement during the 1948 war around Israel's creation with protests across the West Bank and the Gaza Strip.
The woman can be heard screaming "I'm pregnant" in a video of the incident. However, police told ABC News her family informed them that she was not pregnant.
Federal authorities say a Massachusetts man has been arrested in an attack on the Appalachian Trail that left one person dead and another severely injured. (May 13)
The Social Security Administration is one of the best sources for measuring a name's popularity. They announced the top boy and girl names in 2018.
The teenage parents of a newborn left atop a trash can in Chicago are facing attempted murder charges, and a grandmother of the child is accused of lying to police about finding the baby boy.
The White House did not immediately respond to a request for comment on why the tweets were edited. China has said it will be forced to retaliate, though hasn't yet specified how or when it will do so. Trump claimed Friday that money received from tariffs would be used to purchase agricultural products from U.S. farmers to ship to other countries for food aid.
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Kendrick Castillo, a member of the Highlands Ranch robotics club, was hailed as a hero for rushing the shooter at his STEM school.
Trump said Wednesday that China indicated it hopes to "make a deal" when senior Chinese officials visit Washington for negotiations Thursday and Friday. "We have gotten an indication they want to make a deal, our teams are meeting with their team tomorrow, we will see what happens," White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders told reporters after the president commented in a series of tweets. China deeply regrets the move," the ministry said in a statement.
Congress has many legitimate, important reasons to request Trump's tax returns. He's a special case, exposed to corruption risks all over the world.
OCEANPORT, N.J. (AP) - A weary Maximum Security arrived Tuesday at Monmouth Park, where his trainer plans to race the colt in the $1 million Haskell Invitational in July.
The United States is sending an aircraft carrier strike group and a bomber task force to the Middle East in a "clear and unmistakable" message to Iran, National Security Advisor John Bolton said Sunday. "In response to a number of troubling and escalatory indications and warnings, the United States is deploying the USS Abraham Lincoln Carrier Strike Group and a bomber task force to the US Central Command region," Bolton said in a statement.
"No redos for the Dems!" the President tweeted
Two adult brothers were killed and two people were being sought after a violent hit-and-run in a residential neighborhood that was captured on surveillance video.
"We've got Jim Crow sneaking back in," the former vice president said Saturday at a rally in Columbia, comparing new restrictions on voting to the racial segregation laws of the past. Biden capped his first week as an official candidate for the Democratic presidential nomination with a weekend trip to the Palmetto State. Both groups will be key to Democrats' chances of defeating President Donald Trump in 2020.
With Walmart nipping at its heels, Amazon looks to 1-day shipping and dropping off packages wherever a shopper wants to win the delivery wars.
At least 1,300 migrants escaped from a detention centre in Mexico on Thursday night, highlighting how far a surge in arrivals has stretched the country's resources. Roughly half of the migrants returned voluntarily to the Siglo XXI facility in the border city of Tapachula but around 600 people were still unaccounted for on Friday. The incident arose when several inmates rioted at the centre in southern Mexico. Some threatened to set fire to the facility in protest at overcrowding. The majority of migrants detained at Tapachula are Cuban but Mexican newspaper Reforma has reported Haitians and Central Americans were counted as among those who escaped. "There was a large-scale...
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) - Mohamed Noor fled Somalia's civil war as a child, following a well-worn path with his family to a refugee camp in Kenya, the U.S. and eventually Minnesota. After a difficult start, he "fell in love" with his new city, Minneapolis, and carved out a life in business.
North Korea demanded that the United States pay a $2 million medical bill for US student Otto Warmbier, who went into a coma after being tortured in the totalitarian country, a report said Thursday. The Washington Post quoted unidentified sources as saying that a US official was made to sign a pledge to pay an invoice for the medical costs before being allowed to fly Warmbier back home from Pyongyang in 2017. The envoy signed the pledge on instructions from President Donald Trump, according to the Post report.
It has been just over a year since Facebook's improper data sharing with political consultancy Cambridge Analytica launched probes on both sides of the Atlantic. The company is also working on a WhatsApp-based payments system.
Facing criticism that it is too close to Boeing, the Federal Aviation Administration has invited global regulators to a meeting on the Boeing 737 MAX next month as it works to restore confidence following two deadly crashes. The forum, scheduled for May 23 in Washington, aims to outline for civilian aviation regulators the US agency's process for returning the 737 MAX to service, an FAA spokesman said Thursday. The gathering comes as the FAA faces scrutiny of its oversight and questions about international civil aviation authorities' customary deference to manufacturers' domestic regulators -- in this case the FAA.
At November's biennial air show in the southern city of Zhuhai, the biggest state-owned missile maker, China Aerospace Science and Industry Corporation Ltd, screened an animation showing a hostile "blue force," comprising an aircraft carrier, escort ships and strike aircraft, approaching "red force" territory. The fate of the ship is an unmistakable message to an America that has long dominated the globe from its mighty aircraft carriers and sprawling network of hundreds of bases. China's military is now making giant strides toward replacing the United States as the supreme power in Asia.
In a mobile world where carriers are seemingly obsessed with squeezing every spare cent they can from subscribers, it was a pleasant surprise to see T-Mobile CTO Neville a few weeks back promise that T-Mobile's 5G data plans won't be more expensive than the company's existing 4G plans. Unfortunately, it looks as if the same can't be said for AT&T.During AT&T's earnings conference call today, AT&T CEO Randall Stephenson relayed that 5G pricing could very well be tiered and that users keen on enjoying the maximum data speeds afforded by 5G will have to pay a little bit extra for the privilege."I will be very surprised if as we move into wireless, the pricing regime in wireless doesn't...
ROCKVILLE, Md. (AP) - A Coast Guard lieutenant accused of stockpiling guns and compiling a hit list of prominent Democrats and network TV journalists looked at other targets: two Supreme Court justices and two executives of social media companies, according to federal prosecutors.