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One of Trump's Options on N. Korea: Put Nukes in S. Korea

Perhaps mindful of parallels that could be drawn over defiance of worldwide norms, North Korea denounced the USA missile strike on Syria as "intolerable", and reiterated its own right to self-defense. North Korea's state media has also said the world will soon witness what it calls "eventful successes" the country achieves in the space development. Read More »

Tillerson, Russia's foreign minister discuss Syria strike

Johnson, who was due to visit Moscow on April 10, announced on Saturday that he cancelled the trip. With Syria on the agenda when the Group of Seven's foreign ministers meet in Italy on Monday, the Russian Foreign Ministry said Johnson's preference to discuss Syria with his G-7 peers was an "absurd" reason to cancel and a sign of erratic policy. Read More »

SpaceX successfully launches used rocket into orbit

The Falcon 9, which previously flew a cargo mission to the International Space Station for NASA, will launch from the Launch Complex 39A at the Kennedy Space Center, Florida. If such rockets can be used a few times, the cost of orbital flights by SpaceX (and others) could be vastly reduced. It was subsequently modified for the Space Shuttle program, and is now leased to SpaceX . Read More »

Syria cruise missile strike: Trump says it's revenge for child victims


Some 60 Tomahawk missiles were launched from US Navy warships in the Mediterranean Sea, the US official said, speaking on condition of anonymity. Trump said the missile strike was in retaliation for a chemical weapons attack on civilians earlier this week that the USA says was carried out by the Syrian government. Read More »

Gov. Jerry Brown declares end to state's drought emergency

Fresno, Kings, Tulare and Tuolumne counties have ongoing emergency drinking water projects meant to address diminished groundwater supplies, according to the governor's statement. Although the severely dry conditions that afflicted much of the state starting in the winter of 2011-12 are gone , damage from the drought will linger for years in many areas. Read More »

Trump tells newspaper Obama aide might have broken the law


She said , "The allegation that somehow Obama administration officials utilized intelligence for political purposes, that's absolutely false", adding that "I leaked nothing to nobody, and never have and never would". This shadowy figure who the Fox reporters assure us is "very well known, very high up, very senior in the intelligence world" surely knows this, and they could be in very serious trouble. Read More »

All options on table: USA warns North Korea after missile launch

China will likely continue with its current policy of economically and militarily supporting the North Korean regime while, at the same time, ostensibly supporting sanctions against that regime for its nuclear weapons program. In February US defence Secretary James Mattis reassured Washington's Asian allies and said any nuclear attack by North Korea would trigger an "effective and overwhelming" response following President Trump's inauguration. Read More »

Scotland's minister, a Trump critic, says she would meet him

Ms Sturgeon said she expected the UK Government to respond "fairly soon" to her Section 30 letter formally requesting a second referendum on Scottish independence and she would outline her response after Easter. Ms Sturgeon was speaking ahead of an address at the United Nations in NY on the subject of human rights and the role of women in peacekeeping around the world. Read More »

Twitter challenges US order for anti-Trump user records


The case sets up a potential showdown over free speech between Silicon Valley and Washington. Twitter said the government agencies, in seeking the identities of the account holders, would be "unlawfully abusing a limited-purpose investigatory tool", and asked the court to invalidate any summons for the data. Read More »

Amazon Cash Lets You Shop Online Without A Bank Card


Some people don't have the tools to shop online. Amazon has introduced a payment system that will let customers buy its products without the need for a bank card. It's a question my friends ask often, and it's a reasonable one to ask. How will I know when they are ready for use? If you stop in a CVS Pharmacy, Speedway, Sheetz, Kum & Co, G&W Fresh Market, Family Fare Supermarket, VG's Grocery, or the one of the other more than 10,000 participating retailers , you'll be able to take ... Read More »

Trump Associate Met With Russian Spy In 2013


In federal court records filed in 2015, investigators asserted that Podobny was an SVR officer posing as an attaché at the Russian mission to the United Nations, and that he tried to recruit a person named "Male 1" as an agent . Why did Kushner meet with a Russian banker whose bank is under USA sanctions? First we learn that Blackwater founder Eric Prince was working as unofficial connection between Russian officials and the Trump transition, and now we learn that Carter Page's affinity for ... Read More »

Muslim Man Dies After Being Thrashed By Gau Rakshaks in Alwar


The three others who sustained the injuries have returned to Nuh and have alleged that they did not receive proper care at the Kailash Hospital in Behror in Alwar , where they were admitted. But where there is a valid distribution of meat, licensed, legally done at a prior point of time under law, blameless individuals must not be strung up from the neck at the nearest tree", Singhvi told ANI . Read More »

Flynn's Russian pay went undeclared: White House

He said that claims of incidental collection "will not distract us from the Russian Federation investigation". Flynn, who played a crucial role in Trump's 2016 presidential campaign, was asked to resign after it became public that he had misled Vice President Mike Pence on conversations he had before moving into the White House, regarding sanctions on Russian Federation with Sergey Kislyak, the Kremlin envoy in Washington. Read More »

Luis strikes for Atletico


The a left-back has played in 29 league and cup games with Alaves and said last week in an interview with AS, that he was aware of Real Madrid's interest in signing him. What our kids are doing is still extraordinary, we were nine points below Sevilla, and the team kept working, just looking forward. Real travel to Leganes on Wednesday night, while Barcelona take on fourth-placed Sevilla. Read More »

Shadab breaks into Pak Test squad against Windies


The hosts are coming off an emphatic 3-1 loss to Pakistan in the preceding four-match Twenty20 worldwide series, and find themselves under pressure ahead of the one-day rubber. Clamours for Misbah's retirement started going rounds after Pakistan's dismal show in the three-match Test series in Australia past year and hosts lost it 2-0. Read More »

Arsenal vs West Ham

Arsene Wenger: "It's a good challenge but I think it's certainly possible". He is not trying to show people he is in charge and making decisions. I am going for an Arsenal win on Wednesday, and if I am right we will probably hear a lot more about whether Slaven Bilic is being sacked - or not - this week. Read More »

96 lawyers urge ME senators to oppose Gorsuch nomination


But another Democrat in a Republican-dominated state up for re-election next year, Joe Donnelly of in, announced he would support the president's nominee Sunday. Supreme Court who is a federal judge provably as devoted to following the U.S. Constitution and the body of federal law as any nominee in many years. Read More »

Iran's Aseman Airlines signs up to buy at least 30 Boeing jets


Aseman, Iran's third-largest airline by fleet, flies domestic and global routes. Boeing signed an $8 billion deal to sell 80 jets to Iran Air in December. BA says that it will start delivering the new airplanes to the airline in 2022. Reasonable, perhaps, but we wouldn't bet the ranch on it. The agreement is still subject to U.S. Read More »

Federer Beats Nadal in Miami Open Final


Federer was coming off a thrilling three-hour semifinal win over Nick Kyrgios but nonetheless looked fresh against Nadal and erased all four break points he faced. When Nadal sailed a return long on the final point, Federer took the ball on a bounce behind the baseline and happily whacked it into the stands, then waved with both hands in jubilation. Read More »

Supreme Court Rules in Favor of a Colorado Special Ed Student


The case clarifies what exactly the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act , commonly known as IDEA, means by its requirement of a " free and appropriate public education " for students with disabilities. Under IDEA, if a school can't meet the "free and appropriate" standards for a student, the family can seek reimbursement of private-school expenses, which is what the family in this case did. Read More »

Israel 'blocking human rights researchers'


But not allowing experts in limits investigations. It said Hamas has failed to protect local human rights workers from retribution and has sometimes arrested or harassed its critics. "The Hamas members take advantage of the residents crossing licenses for their military purposes, thus harming the residents in need of assistance". The Islamist movement may be deliberately remaining quiet to cause "real anxiety in Israel" as they "do not understand what Hamas wants and can do", Saouaf said. Read More »

UP CM Yogi Adityanath to hold crucial meeting of senior bureaucrats today

The Chief Minister also instructed the Industrial Development Department to prepare and present before him a draft of the new state industrial policy. She further heaped praise on Adityanath and said that the way the UP government is investigating the works of the previous regime, their reality will be in public soon. Read More »

Shiv Sena MP 'grounded' for assaulting Air India staffer

But Gaikwad insisted on taking the 7:35am AI 852 from Pune to Delhi, which is an all-economy flight, and was annoyed when he had to fly economy. I hit Air India staffer 25 times" Gaikwad said, adding that the staffer "raised his voice" and said "What MP? "He was arrogant. Read More »

Suspects On The Loose After Nightclub Shooting Injures 15, Kills 1

The deceased was 27-year-old Obryan Spikes. Police declined to comment on whether they had identified any possible suspects, but Isaac said they were making progress in their investigation. Five people remain hospitalized; two are in "very critical" condition, and three are in serious condition, Isaac said. Two others were admitted to Christ Hospital, both with minor injuries, while others were treated and released. Read More »

Jay Z Supports De Blasio's Decision To Close Rikers Island


At the age of 16, Browder was convicted of stealing a book-bag in 2010. The 148-page report outlines plans for replacing the city's main jail with smaller community jails in the city's five boroughs. For more, the magazine's editor in chief Susan Goldberg joins Hari ... Read More »

In Europe spat, Turkish president warns Westerners on safety


Germany , meanwhile, has said Ankara's crackdown on the opposition and civil society following the failed coup goes too far, and has bristled at Turkey's repeated accusation that modern Germany is acting like the Nazis did. Erdogan had said in a speech in Istanbul on Sunday: " Merkel , now you're applying Nazi methods". Stephan Mayer, a member of Merkel's conservatives, said it was "not acceptable" for Turkey to pressure its citizens through such measures, and a clear reaction was ... Read More »

United States women's hockey team scores better pay, same benefits as men

They transitioned from offense to defense in a heartbeat, barely allowed any shots early on, and repeatedly crashed the net. The momentum shifts kept happening as Finland scored and Canada answered, and when left-winger Rebecca Johnston beat Raty just 36 seconds into the third period to tie the game, 3-3, it felt like Canada was going to build off that momentum. Read More »

President Xi meets US Secretary of State


Hours before the meeting, North Korea announced it had tested a new high-thrust missile engine. Indeed, yesterday saw the North Koreans testing a powerful new rocket engine that can be re-purposed for use in missiles. Last week, Mr Wang warned that North Korea on one side, and the United States and South Korea on the other, were like "two accelerating trains" heading towards each other, with neither side willing to give way. Read More »

K tunnel 1st in India to have transverse ventilation system


Modi said on Sunday the government and people of the state would show "those people in the other side of Kashmir" - those living in the Pakistan-administered side - how they are being left behind in growth and development. "We are thankful to our Prime Minister". India's Border Road Organization had also submitted a proposal to extend this tunnel upto Gurez, which will double the length of tunell from 9 kilometers to 18 kilometers. Read More »

United States to ban some airline passengers from carrying larger electronics


The British government said it was banning large electronic devices from airplane cabins on flights to Britain from Jordan, Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Turkey, Lebanon and Tunisia. The ban is a copy of the ban announced by the USA earlier on Tuesday; only difference is that some United Kingdom airlines will be affected from the ban, while no us carriers affected from their ban. Read More »

Schiff: GOP Intel Chair Nunes Should Recuse Himself From Russia Probe

In the letters shown to Post reporters , the DOJ warned Yates that there were constraints on information she could present to the committee from her time serving as deputy attorney general or acting attorney general. Democrats are calling for the House Intelligence Committee chair to step down after he confirmed meeting with a source on the grounds of the White House before announcing new evidence of "incidental" surveillance on the Trump transition team. Read More »

Gibraltar outraged that Spain has veto power over its future


Prime Minister Theresa May has been criticised for failing to mention Gibraltar in her letter triggering Article 50, starting the Brexit process, while the negotiation guidelines set out by European Council president Donald Tusk would require Spanish agreement for the territory to be included in future agreements between the EU and United Kingdom on issues like trade. Read More »

"Plant a Pinwheel" Campaign Set to Launch in Livingston County Next Week


This month and throughout the year, Center for Family Strengthening encourages all individuals and organizations to play a role in making San Luis Obispo County a better place for children and families to thrive. American child protection expert Dr Elizabeth Letourneau said United States policies requiring that a child be registered as a sex offender and schools notified do nothing to improve community safety and have no positive effect, but do harm the child. Read More »

West Ham backs manager Slaven Bilic despite 'tough season'

The Telegraph believe that due to West Ham's stuttering form, Bilic will not be offered an extension to his current deal, which is due to expire in the summer of 2018. "Treading water in mid-table, the Hammers are hampered by an ever-lengthening injury list and are leaking far too many goals. opportunity knocks for Marco's men". Read More »

I Don't Want to Be Compared to Messi and Ronaldo: Neymar


Goals from Liverpool forward Philippe Coutinho, FC Barcelona striker Neymar and Real Madrid's Marcelo secured the win for the South American giants. But that didn't stop the Brazil national coach Tite from giving the star the captaincy band for a World Cup qualifying match against Paraguay on Tuesday, a position the coach usually rotates. Read More »

China affirms climate pledge after Trump rolls back rules

The Obama administration, some Democratic-led states and environmental groups counter that it would spur thousands of clean-energy jobs and help the USA meet ambitious goals to reduce carbon pollution set by the worldwide agreement signed in Paris. Read More »

First Xi-Trump summit to chart way forward on US-China relationship

The Washington Times reports that in August of 2015, Donald Trump stated that if he were to be elected president, he would serve McDonald's hamburgers to President Xi so that they could "get down to work". and Chinese governments. The Foreign Ministry official pointed out that economic and commercial ties between the two countries are highly complementary. Read More »

Israel approves construction of first new settlement in more than 20 years

The security cabinet gave its unanimous backing to the new settlement late yesterday as what is widely seen as the most right-wing government in Israeli history presses ahead with settlement expansion in defiance of global concern. The new settlement will be constructed near the former wildcat Jewish outpost known as Amona, which was razed in February in accordance with an Israeli High Court order. Read More »

South African opposition parties aim at President Jacob Zuma


Speaking at a media briefing in Braamfontein on Thursday, SACP Deputy General Secretary Solly Mapaila said they have rejected the call to replace Gordhan and Jonas. He wants the court to say that he can't intervene for the Guptas fight against the banks. Controversially, Gigaba is seen as being aligned with the Gupta family, and is said to have been acting at their behest in an ongoing battle with the Oppenheimer family over a luxury point of entry into South Africa, namely the Fireblade ... Read More »

UN's Guterres on Iraq humanitarian mission

UNAMI stressed that the protection of civilians should be a top priority in the ongoing fight for the northern city. After his arrival in Baghdad, Guterres met President Fuad Masum , parliament speaker Salim al-Juburi and Foreign Minister Ibrahim al-Jaafari. Read More »