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by | August 07, 2017 | 01:02

Having had more than her share of controversy, former Fox News Channel contributor Michelle Fields was quick to respond to rumors that she was one of the complainants alleging that Eric Bolling sent lewd text messages to co-workers.

by | August 07, 2017 | 01:02

Governor Mark Dayton said Saturday's explosion at an Islamic center in Bloomington was "an act of terror". He said the imam's window was broken and a small fire bomb was thrown inside. The bombing took place at a time when anti-Muslim incidents have been rising in the United States, according to the Council on American-Islamic Relations .

by | August 06, 2017 | 01:09

President Trump has chose to stand up and defend his national security adviser, H.R. McMaster, amid increasing pressure to get him fired from some members of the commander in chief's electoral base. These articles, quoting "administration officials" and a Facebook post by Israeli journalist Caroline Glick, accuse him of such "sins" as opposing an Israeli request to include Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu at Trump's visit to the Western Wall during his visit in Israel earlier this year.

by | August 06, 2017 | 01:07

The woman was then kept handcuffed to a wooden chest of drawers in a bedroom for six days until she was released. Following Herba's sentencing, police in Italy revealed the woman was attacked and chloroformed (the drug has anaesthetic qualities and can be used to knock people out) by two men in Milan on July 11 as she attended a photo shoot, which police believe was a setup staged by her captors.

by | August 05, 2017 | 00:25

In addition to the Crimea measures, the European Union imposed damaging economic sanctions against Russia after the shooting down of Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 in eastern Ukraine in July 2014, blamed by the European Union on pro-Russian rebels.

by | August 05, 2017 | 00:27

The Kremlin-backed news site Sputnik compares the Global Engagement Center to the Ministry of Truth from George Orwell's 1984, and Hammond told Politico the secretary of state did not want to upset Russian Federation while trying to find common ground on Syria and other matters.

by | August 05, 2017 | 00:24

The high will be 86, after a morning low of 72. The high will be 88, after a morning low of 70. More scattered thunderstorms will be likely this evening. Sunday: Mostly sunny, with a high near 76. Cloudy skies and scattered rain showers and thunderstorms continue, with an afternoon high temperature of 80 degrees, as a cold front moves through Kentucky late in the day.

by | August 03, 2017 | 00:47

In May, Seth Rich's conspiracy theory resurfaced, and Fox News published a story that quoted Wheeler , who was a former homicide detective hired to investigate the DNC staffer's death. Instead, he said, "it was their aim to have Mr. Wheeler confirm that: (i) Seth Rich was responsible for the leak of DNC emails to WikiLeaks; and (ii) Seth Rich was murdered by a Democrat operative because he leaked the emails to WikiLeaks".

by | August 02, 2017 | 00:40

The American Astronomical Society has provided this list of reputable vendors. "It makes people's jaw drop". "With most of the sun obscured by the moon, it will get partially dark", he said, similar to very early in the morning. Wherever you see the eclipse from, you'll be witnessing something incredibly rare. As in western North Carolina, Columbia will be the site of many viewing parties, including at Riverwalk in West Columbia, at the State Museum, at Columbia Fireflies Stadium, ...

by | August 02, 2017 | 00:42

The Washington Post reported Monday that Trump himself dictated the statement . In the statement, Trump Jr said the meeting had "primarily discussed a programme about the adoption of Russian children", not campaign issues. On July 28, Trump delivered a fresh "law and order" speech in Ronkonkoma, New York, where he praised ICE officers who were "rough" and suggested that police officers not protect suspects' heads when they are arrested.

by | August 02, 2017 | 00:41

Delegations from interested countries visit other European Union member states and try to win them over. The Irish application was officially submitted on Monday ahead of a midnight deadline. France with Paris and Lille, Germany with Frankfurt and Bonn, Austria, Ireland, Hungary and Poland are bidding for the two, although no one country will be allowed to get both.

by | August 01, 2017 | 22:55

Apple insists that the move came in response to new Chinese cybersecurity rules, though the company insisted the Chinese government has no access to user data. China is Apple's third-largest market, behind North America and Europe and the company has been struggling there in recent quarters. Meanwhile, Apple's sales in China-not growth, but actual sales revenue-dropped 14 percent in the most recent quarter's earnings measured year over year.

by | July 31, 2017 | 00:56

Susan Collins , Lisa Murkowski , and John McCain - also voted against the measure, effectively killing the GOP's efforts to overhaul the healthcare system. "This is clearly a disappointing moment", McConnell said. With tax legislation and other priorities waiting in the wings, Republicans are eager to rid themselves of the burden of making good on their many campaign promises to repeal and replace Obamacare, which has proven far more hard than expected.

by | July 30, 2017 | 01:11

Mr Priebus is now the shortest-serving White House Chief of Staff in modern American political history. As Air Force One returned from New York, Priebus got into a motorcade auto that then departed separately from the president's train of vehicles while Trump remained on the plane .

by | July 30, 2017 | 01:06

Israel and Jordan signed a peace deal in 1994, but the agreement remains deeply unpopular in the kingdom where many residents are of Palestinian origin. According to the security directorate, a Jordanian carpenter attacked and wounded an Israeli security guard following an argument on Sunday. The worker and the Jordanian owner of the building were wounded and later died, the reports said.

by | July 29, 2017 | 00:33

Meanwhile, in Finland, Putin noted he'll be holding fire until he sees the sanctions package that finally surfaces as law - if it surfaces at all. The administration has at times demonstrated a willingness to take a tougher tack against Russian Federation via sanctions.

by | July 28, 2017 | 00:23

He also noted that the time has come to carry out the resolutions the Arab League and the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) have passed in support of al-Aqsa Mosque. The hardline leader of the Justice and Development party (AKP) welcomed Israel's decision to begin dismantling the metal detector systems and said the mosque should be protected in the same way as Mecca and Medina, Islam's first and second holiest sites, respectively.

by | July 28, 2017 | 00:23

Tom Farr, the president of the Religious Freedom Institute, hailed the choice as "excellent". The ACLU of Kansas noted in a statement Wednesday that "throughout his tumultuous tenure, Gov. He said Brownback will be the first publicly elected official to hold the ambassadorship, which previously has been held by heads of non-governmental organizations and religious leaders.

by | July 28, 2017 | 00:23

Only 10 senators voted for the second measure, a symbolic proposal known as the Heller amendment. But there has been a lot of hesitation among Republicans for "repeal" without a plan for "replace". The Byrd rule generally blocks provisions that don't affect the federal budget - and blocks provisions whose changes to spending or taxes are "merely incidental" to a larger policy objective.

by | July 27, 2017 | 16:43

She said she has asked the Iraq government to give them an update with evidence on what happened to the 39 Indians, who were mostly from Punjab. Swaraj had told family members that an Iraqi official quoting intelligence sources had told Minister of State for External Affairs General (Retired) V.K.

by | July 27, 2017 | 16:40

In an opinion previous year, the ECJ's advocate general Eleanor Sharpston also recommended Hamas be taken off the blacklist which imposes a ban on funding for terror organisations and travel restrictions on its members. The court often, but not always, follows them. "The agreement itself has been confirmed even if some have tried to interpret the ECJ's [EU court's] decision differently", he said, adding "the protection of the data of all citizens is less important than the protection ...

by | July 27, 2017 | 16:38

When asked how long he plans to stay in the Trump administration, Tillerson replied, "As long as the president lets me". "He does have the ability to go away for a few days, on his own", Secretary of State spokeswoman Heather Nauert told inquirers Tuesday.

by | July 26, 2017 | 00:58

Though opposition members protested loudly in the Well of the House, question hour was held, with the Speaker Sumitra Mahajan adamant on conducting the House, saying that she would like to see "how much indiscipline was possible". The Congress leader also alleged that there was corruption in Food Corporation of India (FCI) and National Agricultural Cooperative Marketing Federation of India (NAFED).

by | July 26, 2017 | 00:53

Peters's Square, for the first time in recent memory as a severe drought hits parts of Italy. It's decision follows that of the separate Rome authorities, who have also begun to turn off some of the 2,500 drinking fountains that give the eternal city its character, as well as quenching people's thirsts in the hot summer months, a spokesman for Acea, the utility firm which runs Rome's water system, told CNN.

by | July 26, 2017 | 00:46

The last incident similar in nature occurred in January, when the USS Mahan naval destroyer fired three warning shots at four Iranian fast-attack vessels near the Strait of Hormuz. And in August, the USS Squall fired warning shots into waters ahead of a speeding Iranian boat to warn the small craft that it had come within 200 yards of the US ship.