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Naked driver arrested after speeding in construction zone


The State Police Northampton Barracks initially reported that a black 2005 Ford pickup with MA registration was driving erratically and speeding on the highway Tuesday evening. Speeding in a Construction Zone. The truck eventually slowed down in Northampton because of traffic and the trooper made a motor vehicle stop. He had a pair of work trousers placed over his lap. Read More »

Postal Service Broke Federal Law While Campaigning for Democrats


The Postal Service's Office of Special Counsel and inspector general found that the agency violated the Hatch Act, which restricts federal employees from working for or against a political candidate or party during election season. "I didn't expect it to get to this point", Kopp told the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. In all, according to Siemer, the USPS inspector general's office found that between September and November of a year ago, 97 letter carriers took unpaid leaves of absence for ... Read More »

Dubie family visits White House


Trump, naturally, had the time of his life. First, there was the event itself, which turned the East Room of the White House into what looked like a really swanky yard sale. "That's why I'm here". "I will get back to you", the official reportedly said. "We're going to end up having a level playing field. I believe that is a little out of bounds". Read More »

Leicester sign Eldin Jakupovic from Hull on three-year deal


The 2015/16 Premier League champions have brought in the Bosnian-born Swiss on a three-year deal, with the fee in the region of £2.5 million (Dh12m), according to British media reports. The Hull number one, from last season under Marco Silva anyway, has made a swift return to the topflight having made 55 appearances for City since his arrival, following a trial, in July 2012. Read More »

Body of hiker found


Victorian Sarah Dowsley (34) and partner Greg Tiffin (44) haven't been seen since they left for a hike in the Harrison Hot Springs 11 days ago. Search crews told CTV Vancouver News that Mr Tiffin's body had been retrieved from the waters of Statlu Falls by the Royal Canadian Mounted Police dive team. Read More »

Mourinho: Referee sent off Valencia after I refused to substitute him


Jose Mourinho revealed afterwards he had refused a request from referee Allen Chapman to substitute Valencia , which prompted the official to show a straight red card. "Mata has a (swollen) ankle but I hope it is nothing important", Mourinho told reporters. "I think it's just nice for him, it's not important for me, ' said Mourinho". Read More »

TalkTalk reiterates FY guidance despite lower revenues in Q1

Revenue declined by 3.2% year-on-year during the quarter, as TalkTalk said growth in corporate and wholesale broadband revenue was offset by a decline in consumer revenue resulting from a smaller average on-net base and the dilutive effect of re-contracting activity. Read More »

Paige Could Be Charged With Battery After Alberto El Patron Incident


Various versions of the story are out there, but what started out as someone calling the police on El Patron for domestic battery turned into a case of Paige being the one to instigate the incident . As we previously reported, Paige and Alberto Del Rio got into a massive fight at the Orlando Airport on June 9. The information has been forwarded to the state attorney's office for review and to decide if charges will be filed. Read More »

Thailand convicts Rohingya traffickers at mass trial


The highest official convicted of several offences in the modern-day slavery trade was Lieutenant-Major Manas Kongpaen who was responsible for migrants who entered Thailand illegally. "Don't group all soldiers in the country as one". All the defendants earlier pleaded not guilty and were placed under pre-trial detention. In the harshest sentence given by the court, Soe Naing, widely known as Anwar, a Rohingya man who police said was a key figure behind a brutal trafficking network that ran ... Read More »

Blough Named to Golden Arm Award Watch List


In total, Harris threw for 2,756 yards, 20 touchdowns and 10 interceptions during his career in Baton Rouge. He sat out 2016 as a transfer. The award is given annually to the nation's most outstanding quarterback who's either a college senior or a fourth-year junior. Read More »

Russian lawyer who met Trump Jr. ready to testify before Congress


The Russian lawyer who met with U.S. President Donald Trump's eldest son past year said she would be willing to testify before the U.S. Senate about the meeting. Jared Kushner and Paul Manafort attended the meeting on the Trump campaign side, and Veselnitskaya was accompanied by several Russians , including a Russian-American lobbyist who some believe is linked to Russia's intelligence apparatus. Read More »

'Game of Thrones' fans spot the subtext in Sansa's hair

She has come a long way since the first season. But times have changed very quickly and heading into the seventh season of the fantasy epic, Sansa has matured into a headstrong woman and formidable leader. "You're the military man, but I know her", she told him. They both ended up with cruel husbands even though they dreamt of an ideal prince. She was forced into marriages to Tyrion Lannister and Ramsey Bolton, with the second proving to be abusive in all ways. Read More »

MEHWAR: Robotics Team's Visit To US Discussed


Six girls from Afghanistan, who were denied visas to the US twice, won a silver medal at a robotics competition in Washington DC this week. They traveled 500 miles from Herat, Afghanistan, to Kabul to apply for their travel visas so they could enter the USA for the competition. Read More »

Qatar seeks legal action against Gulf states' blockade


The UAE has been accused of "planting fake news" to harm Doha's relationship with the US . Ankara has been backing Qatar after several Gulf countries cut economic and diplomatic ties with the gas-rich country since early June. The Saudi-led alliance of Arab countries that severed links with Qatar is now urging Doha to accept six steps-down from 13 conditions-to combat extremism and terrorism, a sign the crisis that engulfed the region may be closer to resolution . Read More »

Erdoğan to make tour of Gulf countries


No direct talks have been scheduled. Erdogan's visit comes following a marathon of western diplomatic visits, including the US, French, British and German foreign ministers, in an attempt to contain the tension and bring the viewpoints between Qatar and the Anti-Terror Quartet closer. Read More »

Trump Jr and Manafort can testify before Congress


He said he asked the Government Accountability Office to review so-called shell corporations and how their bank accounts were set up, and noted that the GAO found that Ike Kaveladze established thousands of USA corporations and bank accounts on behalf of people in Russian Federation. Read More »

Federal Government Begins Building the Border Wall


The border wall allocation includes $784 million for 32 miles of new border fencing in Rio Grande Valley, as well as new $498 million for 28 miles of new levee wall in that area, and $251 million for 14 miles of secondary fencing in San Diego. Read More »

Single payer plan best solution for USA health care system | Letters


The small contingent of Democrats supporting single-payer health care just added a high-profile name to its ranks. The idea from Sanders and others is that single-payer would lower administrative costs and do away with the headaches of enrollment periods, premiums, deductibles, and plans that cover one thing but not another. Read More »

No need for new law against cow vigilantism


Replying to a series of questions in the Rajya Sabha during Question Hour, Ahir said, "I don't think there is a need (for amending CrPC/IPC or bringing a new law)". NCP's Majid Memon said India's image was being affected internationally and said people overseas think that India is a country of communal disharmony. Read More »

Centre has no time for farmers: Rahul


Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi on Tuesday attacked Prime Minister Narendra Modi for allegedly not letting his party raise the concerns of farmers inside Parliament. "It is the small traders who suffer". But our proposal was not anti-poor. "We waived farmers' loan in Punjab and Karnataka". The rally was addressed by Rajasthan Congress president Sachin Pilot, leader of opposition Ramnarayan Dudi, former chief minister Ashok Gehlot and senior Congress leader in the state CP Joshi ... Read More »