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Qatar amends law to boost fight against terrorism


Qatar on Thursday announced amendments to its anti-terror legislation, one of the core issues underlying a hefty diplomatic conflict between Doha and its Gulf Arab neighbors. The four states cut diplomatic, transport and commercial ties with Qatar on June 5, disrupting the import of food and other items and causing foreign banks to scale back business with Qatar. Read More »

Officials search for two teens suspected of homicide


Previous Coverage: The Latah County Sheriff's Office is now looking for two men in connection to a homicide that happened earlier this week. LSCO released Reeves' name Friday as well as the list of felonly charges filed against Keagan Tennant and McKetta. Read More »

Unemployment Numbers Show Slight Upturn in North Texas Area


Separately, the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas said the state added 36,100 jobs, lifting job growth for the first six months of the year to 2.7 percent after rising just 1.2 percent in 2016. "TWC is committed to developing innovative workforce programs that keep our businesses competitive and our growing talent pipeline a priority". San Antonio-New Braunfels area workers fell by 2,600 in June, raising the local jobless rate to 3.9 percent. Read More »

Political analyst Paul Lisnek explains Presidential pardon and what it means regarding impeachment


A pro-family activist and political analyst says he is not surprised that American voters are still ignoring the left-wing media's obsession with Russian Federation and the Trump administration. The Russian ambassador to the USA has said he discussed election-related issues with Attorney General Jeff Sessions when the two men met during the 2016 presidential race - contrary to what Sessions has maintained in public statements, according to a report in the Washington Post . Read More »

Jordan Spieth leads Open field by two after second day

Koepka, who ended the second day three shots off the lead on three under par, appeared to be singled out during TV coverage. Spieth and Koepka did particularly well, when good scoring was toughest to come by. "For me to start my Open with a 29 on the front nine is a great way to start", he said. "Yesterday I just didn't play very well". I feel a little guilty taking four on the scorecard here. Read More »

Alabama man, woman charged with rape, trafficking of teen


Both Daw and Stacey were taken into custody after a complaint was filed with police. Authorities charged Stacey with first-degree rape, first-degree human trafficking , first-degree promoting prostitution and enticing a child for immoral purposes, according to WKRG TV . Read More »

Former Obama Administration Officials Meet With Lawmakers in Russia Probe


In a joint statement, Sens. The Senate Judiciary Committee had previously called for Trump Jr. and Manafort to testify next Wednesday at a public hearing in its Russian Federation probe. Mueller's probe into Russia's election meddling also appears likely to include some of the Trump family's business ties. They insisted on anonymity because they were not authorized to discuss the matter publicly. Read More »

Donald Trump désavoue son ministre de la Justice — Affaires russes


La stratégie américaine pour venir à bout de l'EI n'a pas changé de manière importante par rapport à celle de l'administration précédente de Barack Obama, même si le président Trump a donné davantage de pouvoirs aux chefs militaires pour décider notamment en matière de frappes aériennes. Read More »

Donald Trump's son and aides to testify in Senate about Russian Federation


Most Republicans think Donald Trump Jr.'s decision during the 2016 presidential campaign to seek damaging information about Hillary Clinton by meeting with a Kremlin-connected lawyer was appropriate, according to a new poll . News of the meeting reignited calls from Democrats to revoke Kushner's security clearance. Last week, The New York Times reported Kushner updated his list of contacts three times and added over 100 names. Read More »

Hit-and-Run Driver Goes Airborne, Crashes Through Bus, Killing 1 in St. Paul


Paul Friday night, almost cutting it in half. The 48-year old bus rider who was killed was ejected from the bus after being hit by the auto, police said. The driver of the vehicle is a 26-year-old man, and he is in critical condition. St. Paul fire medics had to extricate the driver. The driver of the bus has worked with Metro Transit since 1978. Read More »

Philippines' Duterte Snubs Trump, Says He Will Never Visit 'Lousy' United States


Duterte should not be invited to the White House". Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte on Friday called the United States a "lousy" country, and vowed never to visit it, Reuters reported . "It would be good for the US Congress to start with their own investigation of their own violations, of how many civilians killed in the prosecution of the war in the Middle East", he said on the sidelines of Davao Investment Forum. Read More »

Navy SEALs may soon welcome first female member


Another woman has set her sights on becoming a Special Warfare Combatant Crewman. Women weren't allowed to serve in combat roles, including special operation forces such as the SEALs and SWCC, until January 2016. The training comes in physically and mentally challenging stages, beginning with two months of intense physical training in IL. In the physical screening tests (PST) necessary to have around an 80 percent chance of graduating BUDS, candidates must be able to do 80-100 pushups in 2 ... Read More »

US CDC says salmonella outbreak linked to papayas sickens 47


There was one in each in Iowa, Kentucky, Louisiana, Massachusetts, Minnesota, Texas and Utah. Epidemiologic and laboratory evidence indicates that the papayas are a likely source of this outbreak. As part of an ongoing investigation, health officials discovered that several people in Maryland, where five cases have been confirmed, said they had eaten papayas from the same grocery store in the week before their illness began. Read More »

MI man gets weekends in jail for trying to sway jury

Wood is a former pastor and father of eight who was initially charged with a five-year felony for obstructing justice and the one-year misdemeanor jury tampering. After Wood's arrest, Mecosta County Prosecutor Brian Thiede said the FIJA pamphlet is unsafe because "we would have a lawless nation if people were to vote their conscience". Read More »

Emulsification Pump Market Drivers and challenges 2017 to 2022


Professional 3D Camera industry report covers the major market of United States including regions like The West, New England, The South, The Middle Atlantic, The Mid-West and The Southwest. Market segmentation up to the second or third level. The United States Impeller Pumps Market 2017 research report mainly focuses on the current scenario of Impeller Pumps market along with the future plan of actions. Read More »

Teacher panhandles for money to buy classroom supplies


For years, teachers have been asking lawmakers for a raise. She says that while it's never been a financially rewarding profession, lately is been getting even harder to get by. Thank you". "I'm not alone. I mean, we're all doing it", she said in reference to the lengths teachers are forced to go to in order to do their job. Read More »

Haven't faced nepotism in the industry: Imtiaz, Anushka


Soon as we believed that the topic had nearly faded away, it came to the forefront once again after Karan Johar, Saif Ali Khan and Varun Dhawan poked fun at Kangana Ranaut over the same, during the recently held IIFA Awards . "Eugenics means well born and in a movie context, the genes (the DNA we're born with, not the blue pants we wear) of, let's say Dharmendra's son or Amitabh Bachchan's son or for that matter, Sharmila Tagore's son come into play", he added. Read More »

US Attorney General Has No Plans to Quit


He doesn't want Mueller looking into his family finances. U.S. President Donald Trump's outside legal team spokesman has resigned amid media reports the team is being reorganized as investigations continue into alleged Russian meddling in the U.S. Read More »

Trump legal team spokesman Mark Corallo resigns, reports say


Collins also said the investigation into Russia's involvement with last year's election must be free from any interference. On Thursday, Bloomberg and the Times reported that Mueller has expanded the investigation into Trump's private business dealings-a notion that Trump didn't seem keen on. Read More »

UAE FM held secret meeting with Netanyahu


Foreign Minister Sheikh Abdullah bin Zayed Al Nahlan had a secret meeting at Netanyahu's hotel room in NY back in September 2012, Israeli newspaper Haaretz reported Friday. "Europe is endangering its own development by endangering its ties with Israel over this insane attempt to create conditions" for peace between Israel and the Palestinians, he said, adding that Israel is right there and Europe is disconnecting itself from this massive center of innovation. Read More »