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  • Trump Insists He's The 'Least Racist Person' news

    President Donald Trump insisted Sunday night that he was not a racist, after days of people pointing out that his recent comments on immigration were racist.

    Sun, 14 Jan 2018 21:02:49 -0500
  • Car Flies Into Second Floor Of Building And Stays There news

    A cheesy action-film director couldn’t have staged this any better.

    Mon, 15 Jan 2018 06:41:05 -0500
  • Towns in the Northeast Are Under Invasion From Ice Jams news

    Huge chunks of ice are blocking rivers and causing waters to spill into communities

    Mon, 15 Jan 2018 00:00:00 -0500
  • The Latest: Missing man found safe after California mudslide news

    MONTECITO, Calif. (AP) — The Latest on deadly California mudslides (all times local):

    Mon, 15 Jan 2018 18:34:44 -0500
  • Japanese News Outlet Mistakenly Sends North Korean Missile Alert news

    A Japanese broadcaster on Tuesday erroneously sent a mobile app alert announcing that North Korea had launched a missile.

    Tue, 16 Jan 2018 08:44:46 -0500
  • Martin Luther King Jr.

    King was a Baptist minister, activist, humanitarian, and civil rights leader who practiced peaceful, nonviolent civil disobedience to protest racial inequality. In 1964, King received the Nobel Peace Prize for combating racial inequality through nonviolent resistance.

    Mon, 15 Jan 2018 09:00:51 -0500
  • Stealth and Speed: America's SR-71 Blackbird Might Be Old (But Still the World's Fastest Plane) news

    The Blackbird’s design reflected the fact that it was pushing the limits. The SR-71’s J58 engines could only start through use of two vehicle-mounted V8 starter engines, and the triethylborane used in the fuel would belch green flames during ignition. The J58s would switch to a partial ramjet mode at high speeds, such that the SR-71 actually became more fuel efficient when it went faster.

    Mon, 15 Jan 2018 19:30:00 -0500
  • Saudi Ritz Carlton to reopen after being used as luxury prison in corruption purge news

    The luxury Riyadh hotel used as a prison during Saudi Arabia's crackdown on corruption will reopen for business next month, suggesting authorities are close to settling the cases of many suspects. Dozens of princes, senior officials and top businessmen were detained and confined in the five-star Ritz-Carlton Riyadh as the government launched the purge in early November. The some 200 detainees occupied half the hotel's 492 rooms. The rest was closed to business. The hotel's website now accepts bookings from Feb. 14, quoting a nightly rate for its cheapest room of 2,439 riyals (£480). Saudi authorities have said they expect the vast majority of suspects to agree to financial settlements of charges against them, and that Riyadh hopes to recover about $100 billion of illicit funds. A small number are expected to be prosecuted. Construction giant Saudi Binladin Group said on Saturday that some of its shareholders might transfer part of their holdings to the state in a settlement with authorities. Chairman Bakr Bin Laden and several family members were detained in the crackdown. In late November, senior Saudi Prince Miteb bin Abdullah, once seen as a leading contender to the throne, was freed after reaching a settlement with authorities that involved paying more than $1 billion, according to a Saudi official. Another top businessman who has been held at the Ritz-Carlton is billionaire Prince Alwaleed bin Talal, chairman and owner of global investment firm Kingdom Holding. A Saudi official said this week that he was negotiating a possible settlement but so far had not agreed on terms. It has been rumoured, Mr Talal, one of the world’s richest men, could be forced to pay as much as $7bn. Saudi Arabia is in the midst of a massive political and economic shake-up, marked by the sudden appointment of Prince Mohammed bin Salman as crown prince in June. The 32-year-old son of the king has spearheaded the unprecedented crackdown on corruption among members of the government and royal family, as he consolidates his grip on power in the kingdom.

    Mon, 15 Jan 2018 14:22:41 -0500
  • A casino shuttle boat caught fire Sunday in Florida, forcing the evacuation of dozens of passengers news

    Officials said passengers were "lucky" the burning boat was close to shore.

    Sun, 14 Jan 2018 19:33:52 -0500
  • President Trump under fire after appearing to hog umbrella from Melania Trump and Barron news

    President Donald Trump is facing a deluge of criticism after appearing to keep an umbrella to himself while leaving his wife and son to brave the elements.

    Tue, 16 Jan 2018 11:28:57 -0500
  • Botched Photo Shoot Brings Viral Glory To Missouri Family news

    It’s a fact of life: Nice family photos never go viral, as one family in St. Louis, Missouri recently discovered.

    Mon, 15 Jan 2018 21:53:11 -0500
  • California Volunteers Share Food With The Homeless, Get Arrested By Police news

    Volunteers in a Southern California city near San Diego face misdemeanor charges for handing out food to the homeless.

    Tue, 16 Jan 2018 09:24:37 -0500
  • Philippine online news site critical of Duterte ordered shut

    MANILA, Philippines (AP) — The Philippine securities commission has revoked the registration of an online news outfit known for its critical reporting on President Rodrigo Duterte, a move media watchdogs said is an act to muzzle the free press.

    Mon, 15 Jan 2018 09:29:30 -0500
  • Brit Party Leader Splits With Girlfriend After Her Shocking Remarks About Meghan Markle news

    #BREAKING: UKIP leader @_HenryBolton tells GMB he split up with Jo Marney last night over racist messages she sent about Meghan Markle and black people.

    Mon, 15 Jan 2018 04:14:03 -0500
  • Erdogan: we will 'strangle' U.S.-backed force in Syria "before it's even born"

    By Ellen Francis and Ezgi Erkoyun BEIRUT/ISTANBUL (Reuters) - Turkey's Tayyip Erdogan threatened on Monday to "strangle" a planned 30,000-strong U.S.-backed force in Syria "before it's even born," as Washington's backing for Kurdish fighters drove a wedge into relations with one of its main Middle East allies. The United States announced its support on Sunday for plans for a "border force" to defend territory held by U.S.-backed, Kurdish-led fighters in northern Syria. The Syrian government of President Bashar al-Assad responded on Monday by vowing to crush the new force and drive U.S. troops from the country.

    Mon, 15 Jan 2018 11:38:53 -0500
  • Elvis Impersonator Who Presided as David and Louise Turpin Renewed Their Vows Stunned by Arrest news

    The couple arrested in the alleged shackling and torture of their children had appeared before Kent Ripley three times to renew their vows.

    Tue, 16 Jan 2018 14:28:59 -0500
  • China races to tackle expanding oil spill after tanker sinks news

    Chinese ships scrambled Monday to clean up a massive and expanding oil spill after an Iranian tanker sank off China, raising fears of devastating damage to marine life. The Sanchi, carrying 136,000 tonnes of light crude oil from Iran, went under on Sunday after a new and massive fire erupted, sending a cloud of black smoke as high as one kilometre above the East China Sea. The search and rescue effort was cancelled and a clean-up operation began after a fire on the sea surface was finally extinguished on Monday, state broadcaster CCTV reported.

    Mon, 15 Jan 2018 12:34:26 -0500
  • What Bitcoin’s “80% Mined” Landmark Means for Cryptocurrency’s Price news

    The cryptocurrency has hit a major milestone.

    Mon, 15 Jan 2018 12:55:00 -0500
  • LeBron James Honors Martin Luther King Jr. By Calling Out Trump's Racism news

    LeBron James believes the best way to honor Martin Luther King Jr.’s legacy is to continue fighting for racial equality.

    Mon, 15 Jan 2018 20:14:21 -0500
  • The Latest: Kosovo assures safety after Serb leader's death news

    MITROVICA, Kosovo (AP) — The Latest on the shooting of a Serb politician in Kosovo (all times local):

    Tue, 16 Jan 2018 16:36:19 -0500
  • Accused Killer Claims Missing UPenn Student Was Trying to Hit on Him news

    Blaze Bernstein was stabbed more than 20 times

    Tue, 16 Jan 2018 11:54:47 -0500
  • Airbus to scrap A380 programme if no new orders news

    Airbus will have no other choice but to halt the A380 programe if Dubai's Emirates airline does not place another order, the European aerospace giant's sales director, John Leahy, told a news conference on Monday. Originally launched in 2007, the A380 is the world's largest passenger airliner. Orders from Emirates, the main customer of the superjumbo, have stalled over the past two years.

    Mon, 15 Jan 2018 04:32:05 -0500
  • Celebrities React To The Death Of Dolores O'Riordan, Lead Singer Of The Cranberries news

    Celebrities reacted with a mix of shock and sadness after the sudden death of Dolores O’Riordan, the lead singer of popular ’90s band The Cranberries.

    Mon, 15 Jan 2018 13:29:38 -0500
  • Top U.S. general says 'not giving up' on Pakistan ties

    The top U.S. military officer, Marine General Joseph Dunford, said on Monday he was committed to the U.S.-Pakistan relationship, which has been strained in recent weeks as Washington piles pressure on Islamabad to crack down on militants. The United States has long blamed militant safe-havens in Pakistan for prolonging the war in neighboring Afghanistan, giving insurgents, including from the Haqqani network, a place to plot attacks and rebuild their forces.

    Mon, 15 Jan 2018 12:59:17 -0500
  • Heart-Stopping Video Shows NYPD Cop Dragged by Car in Dramatic Times Square Chase news

    After he's hit by the vehicle, NYPD Officer Ian Wallace gets up and pursues the suspect on foot.

    Mon, 15 Jan 2018 14:46:44 -0500
  • In Chile, pope met with protests, passion and skepticism news

    SANTIAGO, Chile (AP) — Pope Francis flew in to Chile's capital Monday night for a visit expected to be met with protests over sexual abuse by priests and confronted by many Chileans deeply skeptical about the Roman Catholic Church.

    Mon, 15 Jan 2018 18:54:00 -0500
  • Someone Edited 'The Last Jedi' To Make A 'Chauvinist Cut' Without Women news

    Someone edited “Star Wars: The Last Jedi” to remove almost all women from the hit movie and anonymously uploaded the result to The Pirate Bay website on Monday.

    Tue, 16 Jan 2018 11:52:56 -0500
  • 9 of the World's Scariest Airports to Fly Into

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    Mon, 15 Jan 2018 18:38:00 -0500
  • MLK's Daughter Says We Must Remember Her Mother's Legacy, Too news

    Bernice King says those honoring her father on Martin Luther King Jr. Day should also remember another incredibly important figure in the civil rights movement: her mother, Coretta Scott King.

    Mon, 15 Jan 2018 14:22:39 -0500
  • Driver charged after going wrong way at high speed on Interstate: Police news

    A Connecticut officer's dashcam video shows a wrong-way driver traveling northbound at high speed in the southbound lanes of Interstate 95, police said.

    Mon, 15 Jan 2018 12:34:22 -0500
  • Embattled Israeli drugmaker Teva fined for foreign bribes news

    Israel's justice ministry said Monday it had fined pharmaceutical giant Teva $22 million for bribing foreign officials in a settlement that spares the company a potential criminal trial. The deal signed on Sunday comes a month after Teva announced plans to cut 14,000 jobs globally, triggering strikes in Israel and pressure from the government and the powerful Histadrut labour union. Israeli authorities had launched their own investigation "to examine the ramifications of the affair in Israel", the ministry said.

    Mon, 15 Jan 2018 05:59:53 -0500
  • Ivana Trump Says Donald's Not Racist, Just Confused news

    Ivana Trump on Monday denied her ex-husband is racist after he reportedly called Haiti and African nations “shithole countries.”

    Mon, 15 Jan 2018 08:06:08 -0500
  • German man known as 'Bookkeeper of Auschwitz' asks for clemency

    A 96-year-old German convicted over his role in the murders of 300,000 people at the Auschwitz death camp in Nazi-occupied Poland has filed a plea for clemency, a regional justice spokesman said on Monday. Oskar Groening, known as the "bookkeeper of Auschwitz", was sentenced to four years in prison in 2015 for being an accessory to murder at Auschwitz. Christian Lauenstein, spokesman for the justice ministry in the northern state of Lower Saxony where the 2015 trial took place, said Groening's plea for clemency had been passed on to public prosecutors.

    Mon, 15 Jan 2018 12:04:20 -0500
  • Whale Rescued After Being Trapped in 285 Feet of Braided Line news

    The animal expected to survive.

    Mon, 15 Jan 2018 16:48:02 -0500
  • Jeep unveils new look and engine for 2019 Cherokee news

    When Jeep resurrected the Cherokee back in 2013 as a replacement for the little-loved Liberty, it's fair to say the styling wasn't exactly universally appreciated. It did have the Jeep signature features of a seven-slot grille, squared wings and the rest, but the front fascia was just a little too "out there" for some tastes. Now Jeep has gone some way towards taming the look of the Cherokee with the unveiling of a refreshed 2019 model at this week's Detroit Auto Show.

    Tue, 16 Jan 2018 05:39:00 -0500
  • Egypt's leader seeks to defuse tension with Sudan, Ethiopia news

    CAIRO (AP) — Egypt's president on Monday sought to defuse tensions with Ethiopia and Sudan, reassuring them that his country was not meddling in their internal affairs or planning to go to war against them.

    Mon, 15 Jan 2018 11:30:21 -0500
  • Pineapple Casserole, The Southern Dish That's A Paradox Of Flavors news

    When someone dies, we instinctively possess the urge to find that person’s loved ones and fill their refrigerators with an absurd amount of food.

    Tue, 16 Jan 2018 05:45:35 -0500
  • North and South Korea hold second talks in a week to discuss Winter Olympics news

    North and South Korea met on Monday to discuss the Winter Olympics for the second time in under a week, in a diplomatic thaw that has raised hopes of an eventual de-escalation of military tensions on the Korean Peninsula. Officials from both sides gathered at the Panmunjom “truce village” which straddles their heavily fortified border to hammer out plans to host a North Korean entertainment troupe at the South’s Pyeongchang Games in February, and decide whether to field a joint women’s ice hockey team. To date only two North Korean athletes, figure skaters Ryom Tae-ok and Kim Ju-sik, have qualified for the Games, but Pyongyang is expected to send a delegation of hundreds after a diplomatic breakthrough early this year. The presence at the talks of Hyon Song-wol, lead singer of the Moranbong Band, fuelled speculation that the all-female group, known as North Korea’s answer to the Spice Girls, could appear at the sports event. Seoul has made no secret of its hope that North Korea’s participation in the Games could mark a turning point in relations after a year of sabre-rattling and growing fears of war over Pyongyang’s ongoing nuclear and missiles programme. The head of North Korean delegation Ri Son-Gwon (C) crosses a border line to attend a meeting at the Panmunjom truce village last week Credit: Getty North Korea on Monday offered another olive branch to its neighbour, proposing a third round of high level talks on Wednesday, although the agenda was not immediately clear. The negotiations, although the first in over two years, are still baby steps in the overall picture of military tensions between two countries who have technically been at war since the 1950s. The new thaw appears to have done little to mute Pyongyang’s animosity towards the United States. Speculation has risen that North Korea's all-female Moranbong Band may appear at the Games  Credit: AFP The North has made clear that denuclearisation is not on the table, and it castigated South Korean President Moon Jae-in for thanking US President Donald Trump for helping to push both sides to negotiations.   The US, despite agreeing to delay joint military exercises with Seoul until after the Olympics, is continuing to bolster its presence around the Korean Peninsula by deploying stealth bombers, at least one extra aircraft carrier and a new amphibious assault ship to the region. North Korea accused it of trying to put a chill on the renewed talks. “Such moves are an unpardonable military provocation chilling the atmosphere for improved inter-Korean relations,” Kim Jong-un’s party said in a commentary published over the weekend.

    Mon, 15 Jan 2018 04:07:56 -0500
  • Chevrolet's Big Bet: The Larger, Lighter 2019 Silverado Pickup Truck news

    The 2019 Chevrolet Silverado unveiling was arguably the most important event of this year’s Detroit auto show. The Silverado is not only General Motors’ best-selling vehicle but also the second b...

    Mon, 15 Jan 2018 11:56:54 -0500
  • Tyler Barriss, accused of making hoax call, regrets death of 'swatting' victim news

    Tyler Barriss, 25, appears in court for his extradition hearing in Los Angeles, California. Tyler Barriss, the California man accused of making a hoax emergency call that resulted in a fatal police shooting in Kansas, has said he regrets the death of Andrew Finch. Speaking to KWCH-TV from the Kansas jailhouse where he is being held on a $500,000 bond after being charged with involuntary manslaughter, Barris said: “As far as serving any amount of time, I’ll just take responsibility and serve whatever time, or whatever it is that they throw at me.

    Mon, 15 Jan 2018 15:49:26 -0500
  • Here's What The FBI Lovers' Secret Texts Actually Say About Trump, Clinton And Leaks news

    WASHINGTON ― Last week, a story by The Hill’s John Solomon set off another firestorm in the conservative media about the ongoing special counsel investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election.

    Sun, 14 Jan 2018 20:16:00 -0500
  • Ericsson books Q4 goodwill impairment in digial and media arms

    Swedish mobile network gear maker Ericsson booked an impairment of 14.2 billion crowns ($1.8 billion) in the fourth quarter, related primarily to goodwill in its digital and media operations, hitting operating income but not cashflow. "The majority of goodwill originates from investments made 10 years ago or more, and has limited relevance for Ericsson's business going forward," Ericsson said in a statement. Once the world's biggest manufacturer of mobile network gear, Ericsson has been hit by competition from Huawei [HWT.UL] and Nokia , while telecom operator spending has slumped ahead of the roll-out of next-generation 5G technology.

    Tue, 16 Jan 2018 04:46:53 -0500
  • Platform Sofas Are the New Platform Beds news

    Sophisticated + obscenely comfy = a winning combination

    Mon, 15 Jan 2018 08:00:00 -0500
  • 26 Insanely Flavorful Ways To Cook With Lime

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    Tue, 16 Jan 2018 12:26:24 -0500
  • Flight from Denver to Hawaii Diverted After Toilet Troubles on Plane news

    Toilet troubles caused a United Airlines flight from Denver to Hawaii full of passengers to divert back to land when they were halfway over the Pacific Ocean.

    Tue, 16 Jan 2018 13:57:42 -0500
  • UAE accuses Qatar of 'intercepting' 2 passenger planes news

    The United Arab Emirates accused neighbouring Qatar of "intercepting" two Emirati passenger planes en route to Bahrain on Monday in the latest incident between the Gulf rivals. Qatar denied the allegations as "totally baseless" and hit back that they came "one day after a C-130 UAE military aircraft breached Qatari airspace". Tensions have escalated in the Gulf since Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain and Egypt cut all ties with Qatar in June, accusing it of supporting Islamist extremists and being too close to Saudi Arabia's arch-rival, Iran.

    Mon, 15 Jan 2018 15:02:33 -0500
  • First price wars of 2018 include $69 airfares from US to Iceland, and $99 to Paris news

    Shopping for a travel deal for spring break or Easter? Iceland's ultra-low cost carrier WOW Air is back with a bargain basement deal that includes $69 flights from the US to Iceland, and $89 deals to Europe. 

    Tue, 16 Jan 2018 09:57:12 -0500
  • 2019 Jeep Cherokee: The Baby Grand news

    It wasn't actually broke, but it's been fixed.

    Tue, 16 Jan 2018 00:01:00 -0500
  • Several dead in operation to arrest rogue Venezuela pilot Óscar Pérez news

    Two police officers were killed outside Caracas as security forces closed in on a rogue pilot and former policeman who stole a helicopter and bombed government buildings in an audacious stunt that inspired protesters across Venezuela. Police traced Óscar Pérez to a run-down area near the capital on Monday after six months on the run following his air raid in June last year. According to the Ministry of the Interior and Justice, five members of the “terrorist cell” were arrested in a shootout that lasted several hours and left five injured.  Mr Pérez raised the alarm in typically dramatic fashion with a series of posts on Instagram showing him with a bloody face as he claimed to be under siege from regime forces. He was cornered by special security forces in his hiding place in El Junquito, a poor area 25 km northwest of Caracas, according to Venezuelan authorities.  "They are firing at us with grenade launchers, we said we were going to surrender and they don’t want to let us surrender, they want to kill us" Mr Pérez said in one of the videos published online during the siege. Police vehicles seen lining a street during a shootout between security forces and rogue Venezuelan helicopter pilot Oscar Perez Credit:  MARCO BELLO/ REUTERS Diosdado Cabello, President Nicolás Maduro's second in command, confirmed the gunfight on his Twitter account last night. “The terrorist Óscar Pérez and his band opened fire on the police, killing a policeman, wounding 10, three of them seriously” he wrote.  State television also confirmed the arrests, although Mr Pérez’s fate was last night unkonwn.  Mr Pérez, a former police pilot, has been missing since last June when he hijacked a police helicopter and tossed grenades on the Interior Ministry and Supreme Court. There were no injuries or fatalities.  He went into hiding immediately after the attack, but sent messages on social media calling for a rebellion against the government of President Maduro, whom he blames for the economic crisis that the country is facing.  Members of the Bolivarian National Intelligence Service (SEBIN) patrol Caracas as an operation to capture Oscar Perez Credit: AFP/JUAN BARRETO The attack occurred in the midst of a wave of protests against Mr Maduro's as he dismantled the opposition-held legislative and replaced it with a puppet congress. The uprising left more than 100 dead last year. Accused of terrorism, for months Mr Pérez was the subject of "wanted" posters pasted across Venezuela as authorities attempted to calm simmering tensions. His group was also accused of breaking into a National Guard building on December 18 and stealing military weapons.  Mr Pérez's last video was posted at around 10:30am, local time on Monday. Some local media outlets say he was killed during the operation but The Telegraph was unable to confirm the claims. Aside from the five of Mr Pérez's group who were arrested, authorities also said  "criminals were killed", although the number of deaths was not confirmed.

    Mon, 15 Jan 2018 15:22:12 -0500
  • Russia slams US demands for Iran; Germany seeks more detail news

    MOSCOW (AP) — Russia spoke out strongly Monday against the U.S. push for modifying a nuclear agreement with Iran, while Germany said it would seek more detail on what the U.S. wants and analyze the situation with its European partners.

    Mon, 15 Jan 2018 11:18:19 -0500
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