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Donald Trump unlikely to pardon himself: Giuliani

A Justice Department opinion issued just days before President Richard Nixon resigned from office concluded that the president could not do so. " Impeach him, and then you can do whatever you want to do to him ". He admitted "the political ramifi...

Justices Narrowly Side With Colorado Baker On Same-Sex Wedding Cake

That opinion , also written by Kennedy, expressed respect for those with religious objections to gay marriage. Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg penned a dissent, joined by Justice Sonia Sotomayor. Ginsburg stressed that there "is much in the Court's ...

Psychiatrist who worked on big crime cases killed outside Arizona office

Levine's body was discovered by an acquaintance inside of his Scottsdale office in a neighborhood known as The Greens at Gainey Ranch - about 17 minutes from where the paralegals were shot. Anderson was described as a grandmother and mother with inte...

Manhunt in Tennessee deputy's slaying ended without force

Friday, a trooper with the Tennessee Highway Patrol was patrolling an area along the Hickman and Dickson County line, when he spotted Wiggins on Stinson Road near a tree line. "He was able to hide for an extended period of time", Stewart said. Erik...

Canada to impose tariff 'countermeasures' on US

Canada, Mexico and the European Union had previously been exempt from Trump's 25 percent tariffs on steel imports and 10 percent tariffs on aluminum imports, but the USA snapped them into effect at midnight Thursday. Because of Trump's unilateral...

Melania Trump will allegedly appear at a White House event on Monday

On May 31, Melania tweeted that she was doing great at the White House . Her absence from public events raised quite a few concerns in the minds of Americans. addressed. Her absence from public events she would normally attend has sparked speculat...

Trump lawyer Giuliani says president can probably pardon himself

House Republican Majority leader Kevin McCarthy also told CNN that no president should pardon himself. "And he has no need to do it, he's done nothing wrong", he added. Later in the same program, former New Jersey governor Chris Christie , a R...

US weighs more South China Sea patrols

In the name of "freedom of navigation", they sent military vessels and aircraft to the adjacent waters and airs of Chinese islands and reefs to carry out military activities and some even demonstrated muscles within 12 nautical miles of Chinese islan...

Women demanding abortion in Northern Ireland defy police

Amid tense scenes at a rally in Belfast, police moved in to seize some pills and a robot used by the activists to distribute them. Officers also attempted to remove one of the women who openly took a tablet. On Tuesday, Labour's leader in the House...

Beijing must end policy of intimidation in South China Sea, US warns

Mattis also referred to "much larger consequences in the future when nations lose the rapport of their neighbors, when they believe that piling mountainous debts on their neighbors and somehow removing the freedom of political action is the way to en...

ONTARIO VOTES: Wynne Concedes Defeat, Urges Voters to Choose Liberals

Some polls show the projected Liberal seat count is so low that the party is in danger of losing its official status at Queen's Park. Asked if he was surprised by Wynne's decision, Ford said his team is focused on getting its message out.

German police rule out 'terrorism' in Berlin knife rampage

Police opened fire Sunday at a man who was rampaging near Berlin's cathedral, wounding him in the legs. The cathedral lies in central Berlin on the city's famous Museum Island. Police spokesman Winfried Wenzel told Bild: 'A person has been inju...

ME woman drives onto baseball field, killing man

A video showed players and coaches running for safety as the vehicle crossed the field in the middle of a game. The driver then "sped toward the open main gate" and hit a pedestrian as she fled the scene, investigators said . Parkhurst told police he...

New Mexico community evacuated as fire grows

Estimates on Friday put the blaze at more than 25 square miles; by Saturday, it consumed more than 42 square miles. In Colfax County, New Mexico , the Ute Park fire had burned more than 27,000 acres by Saturday. Evacuees were invited to the Raton ...

Jury awards 4 cents to family of man killed by deputy

That was when Deputy Newman made a decision to open fire, which went through the closing door. Police claim that he was holding the weapon during a brief confrontation, but those reports have been disputed. Newman, he added, "was placed in a very h...

Trump lawyers' letter to Mueller challenges subpoena

Mueller has been trying to interview Trump for months - and he told Dowd in March that he might subpoena the president. "Having him testify demeans the office of the president before the world". In addition to the legal battles, Mr. Trump's team ...

New Catalan leader wants independence talks with new Spanish PM

His predecessor, the conservative Mariano Rajoy, imposed direct rule over Catalonia at the end of October after nationalists, led by Puigdemont. held an independence referendum deemed illegal by Spanish courts. Torra was chosen by Puigdemont to be Ca...

May attacks Trump's 'unjustified' move to slap tariffs on European Union imports

Fears of a global trade war are overshadowing the G7 talks in the Canadian resort town of Whistler, as Washington's allies vow to push back against the USA decision on tariffs. EU Trade Commissioner Cecilia Malmstrom says that the tariffs imposed o...

Off-duty Federal Bureau of Investigation agent accidentally shoots man while dancing

The man allegedly shot was taken to the hospital with a " good prognosis ". The incident happened Saturday morning at 12:45 a.m.at a club in the 2200 block of Lawrence Street. The most bamboozling bit of this footage has to be the probably drunk ...

June 12 Singapore summit with Kim is back on

After their meeting, Trump announced that the Jun 12 summit with Kim Jong Un is back on . "They seem to have figured that North Korea is not giving up its nukes and settled for pageantry". While South Korea has suggested a partial lifting of economi...

Trump says North Korea summit is back on

It went very well. A showy "get - to - know - you " meeting, granting recognition and standing to a criminal regime, would be a disappointment in the absence of such tangible North Korean steps. The Washington Post , citing two people familiar with ...

Trump's warning to Canada: Fair NAFTA deal, or no deal at all

U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin was pressed by his Group of Seven counterparts to relay their "unanimous concern and disappointment" to President Donald Trump over the 25 percent steel and 10 percent aluminum tariffs imposed on major tra...

Isis supporter from Nelson told to expect long prison sentence

As well as admitting to using the encrypted Telegram messaging app to call on IS supporters to target the four-year-old heir to the throne, Rashid also encouraged his followers to poison ice cream, inject cyanide into vegetables at supermarkets, and ...

Trump Attacks Canada In His Tweet, Justin Trudeau Calls The Situation, ‘Ridiculous’

Canada's finance minister says talks among world economic officials will be hard this weekend following the U.S. decision to impose steel and aluminum tariffs on its closest allies. Trump said in a statement late Thursday that the U.S. "That Cana...

Indian police vehicle crushes youth to death in Occupied Kashmir

Kashmiri separatists, who called his death "plain murder" and called for a shutdown across Kashmir , were placed under house arrest. Four CRPF personnel and two civilians, including a woman, were injured on Saturday in three separate grenade attac...

US to impose metal tariffs on EU, Canada and Mexico

While not confirming directly that the US would decide to impose tariffs, he said: "It's up to the European Union to decide if it wants to take retaliatory measures". Canada's retaliatory tariffs do not go into effect until July, which in theory leav...

Pentagon: 499 civilians killed in 2017

Airstrikes in Syria, Iraq, Afghanistan, Yemen and Somalia increased significantly during the Trump administration's first year. "(The Department of Defense) assesses that there are credible reports of approximately 499 civilians killed and approxim...

Populists take power in Italy, with euro-skeptic agenda

Premier-designate Giuseppe Conte , the law professor who had promised to be the "defense attorney of the Italian people" in his first, failed bid to form a government, got a taste of the expectations many Italians have for his revived team as he r...

Trump administration still negotiating China trade truce

Other officials and technical experts from the Department of Commerce, Department of Treasury, United States Trade Representative, Department of Agriculture, and Department of Energy also took part, the White House said . It said the White House a...

European Union to impose measures against 'unacceptable' U.S. metal tariffs

Donald Trump has declared a trade war against America's core allies - for the sake of "national security". The administration's move threatens to inflate prices for U.S. The world's two biggest economies have threatened to impose tariffs on up to ...

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Jamal Khashoggi case: Saudis defy 'threats' over missing writer

The network said it will air the interview in full on Sunday evening. At this moment they deny it and they deny it vehemently. "There are other things we can do that are very, ve...

Armenia Hosts Summit Of Francophone 'Family'

Canada also had to consider its relationship with France - President Emmanuel Macron had backed the Rwandan bid in a move widely seen as increasing that country's influence in Af...

Hurricane Leslie bears down on Portugal, Spain

The storm will most likely hit land around the Portuguese capital of Lisbon, before moving across the peninsula, bringing winds of up to 100 km/h (60 mph), Spain's state weather se...

China says US made spy case ‘out of thin air’

A U.S. Department of Justice statement said Xu, a deputy division director for the State Security Department of China's Jiangsu province, targeted several U.S. They say he in...

Nepal storm kills several climbers in Himalayas

Five South Korean climbers - belonging to the group Koreanway Gurja Himal Expedition 2018 - including team leader Kim Chang-ho, were killed in the avalanche on Friday evening, The...

European Union official sees room for Brexit breakthrough next week

The DUP leader has warned the prime minister not to accept a "dodgy" Brexit deal she will later regret. "If the European Union doesn't match the ambition and pragmatism we've sh...

Infant Corpses Found Hidden in Detroit Funeral Home

Nine bodies were found in a cardboard box, two were found in caskets - all in a hidden section of the ceiling. The state shuttered the funeral home in April after finding multipl...

Pope accepts Cardinal Donald Wuerl’s resignation amid sex abuse scandal

Cardinal Donald Wuerl resigned amid two major sexual abuse and cover-up scandals rocking the Catholic Church . The grand jury report found that 1,000 people - a lot of them c...

Palestinian Wife Stoned to Death by Israeli Settlers in Occupied West Bank

Black smoke from burning tires covers the sky over Palestinian protesters hurl stones toward Israeli troops during a protest at the Gaza Strip's border with Israel, Friday, Oct. Th...

Earthquake Shakes Indonesia's Java, Bali Islands, Killing 3

A string of earthquakes in Lombok in eastern Indonesia killed more than 550 people over the summer. "All my neighbours were also running". Tourists on bicycles ride past In...

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United Nations elects human rights abusers to its Human Rights Council

United Nations elects human rights abusers to its Human Rights Council

India was on Friday elected to the United Nations Human Rights Council, getting the most votesamong all candidates. India had previously been elected to the Geneva-based Human Ri...

Michael Bloomberg reregisters as a Democrat

Michael Bloomberg reregisters as a Democrat

Bloomberg was a registered Republican when he was elected mayor of New York City in 2001, though he left the party in 2007 and has been a political independent ever since. Bloombe...

Massive Earthquake Rocks Papua New Guinea

Massive Earthquake Rocks Papua New Guinea

The Pacific Tsunami Warning Centre said that hazardous waves were possible on coasts within 300 km (186 miles) of the epicenter. The warning Center for tsunamis in the Pacific ha...

Theresa May verging closer to Brexit deal but is facing cabinet resignations

Theresa May verging closer to Brexit deal but is facing cabinet resignations

Media captionHelen Grant on the DUP: "I think they are bluffing". Northern Ireland's Democratic Unionist Party on Thursday threatened to withdraw its support for British Prime...

Wuerl out as DC Archbishop … soon

Wuerl out as DC Archbishop … soon

McCarrick of Washington . Francis held talks with Cardinal Daniel DiNardo and other senior members of the bishops' conference just 48 hours after ordering an investigation into V...

Storm Callum: Roads closed and hundreds without power

Storm Callum: Roads closed and hundreds without power

In the Republic, where Storm Callum was set to first make landfall, a national emergency co-ordination group met yesterday for a briefing on the dangers posed by the intense weathe...

Air India flight hits wall at Trichy airport, gets diverted to Mumbai

Air India flight hits wall at Trichy airport, gets diverted to Mumbai

The matter was conveyed to the pilot in command. The flight IX-611, with 130 passengers and six crew, took off at around 1.20 a.m. and was then diverted to Mumbai where it made a...

Cyclone Titli: Schools, colleges to remain closed on Oct 11 & 12

Cyclone Titli: Schools, colleges to remain closed on Oct 11 & 12

Ganjam, Khurda, Puri, Jagatsinghpur and Kendrapara districts would remain in radar of the cyclone , and stands fair chances of incessant showers. Casualties were low as administ...

Pentagon Grounds Troubled F-35 Fighters After First Crash

Pentagon Grounds Troubled F-35 Fighters After First Crash

Christopher Harrison, a U.S. Marine Corps spokesman. The inspections should be complete within 24 to 48 hours, Task & Purpose reported , citing a Pentagon official. According to...