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Pence sketches possible Patriot deployment in Estonia


According to U.S. Vice President, the biggest threat the Baltic States are facing is "the specter of aggression" from "unpredictable" Russian Federation. Trump, too, has shifted his rhetoric in regards to Russian Federation, drawing a relatively tougher line even if some critics would prefer him to take an even more aggressive approach. Read More »

Trump expected to sign Russia sanctions bill


It awaits President Trump's signature, and the White House said he "intends" to sign it . Spokesman Dmitry Peskov said Putin didn't wait for Trump's reaction to the sanctions bill because "the form in which it emerged from the Senate had greater significance". Read More »

Locked up: Juvenile offenders with life-in-prison sentences


There also are some 20 inmates serving discretionary no-parole sentences for crimes committed while they were 17 or younger. The Sentencing Project puts the total at 23. All Missouri inmates already doing time for first-degree murder committed as juveniles must serve 25 years before getting a parole hearing. Corrections officials say the Board of Parole made the change immediately after a 2016 ruling that juveniles must be granted a meaningful chance at release during parole proceedings. Read More »

Mob lynchings: Congress leader Mallikarjun Kharge accuses Centre of encouraging cow vigilantes


Initiating a discussion on the issue of mob lynching in the Lok Sabha , Leader of the Congress Mallikarjun Kharge said "Hindustan" should not be allowed to become "lynchistan". Countering Kharge, BJP Leader Hukmdev Narayan said that the Prime Minister had repeatedly condemned mob lynching and added that it was the states responsibility to keep a check on such incidents. Read More »

United Opposition's VP Nominee Gopalkrishna Gandhi To Meet BJD MPs Tomorrow


He reiterated that both the stalwarts were against the "entitlements of birth, " he wrote. He added that the "the other part of me - the "citizen common man", is once again dismayed by your choice of whom you offered your candidature to". He will rally up against the ruling NDA's nominee Venkaiah Naidu. He also questioned Gopal Gandhi's silence over the "many scandals" over "so many years". Read More »

Wanted Man Dies in Fiery Crash During Police Pursuit

He lost control of the vehicle in the area between exit 17 and 18, rolled over the vehicle and crashed, causing the vehicle to burst into flames, police said. Both sides of Route 16 were closed for several hours. Assistant deputy medical examiner Will Bartels said York died at the scene. The crash remains under investigation. Read More »

AG tells AP he'll remain as long as Trump wants


Rumors continue to circulate that Trump is contemplating a recess appointment to replace Sessions, but Democrats have publicly stated they will oppose any such measure in the Senate. The attacks, widely seen as created to force Sessions into resigning, have upset leading figures in Trump's Republican Party, who have sprung to the attorney general's defense. Read More »

Russian Federation expels 755 USA diplomats in retaliatory move

Congressman Ed Royce, chairman of the House Foreign Affairs Committee, and Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer have urged the Senate to pass the legislation without delay. election to boost Trump's campaign. Trump's concerns include a provision letting Congress stop any effort to ease existing sanctions on Russian Federation. Read More »

Tons of Tickets for the Mayweather-McGregor Megafight Are Still Available


Or maybe fans are just waiting for the right time to buy, hoping the price will go down. The few $500 seats originally put on sale are available on Seatgeek for about $2,000, with a median price of $7,000 on the ticket reseller. Despite all this Mayweather thinks it should be the most expensive fight in history, "Money" wants a ridiculous pay-per-view sum for the bout. Most of us knew that demand would be high for the fight, but it's hard to attract buyers when you could buy a vehicle or two ... Read More »

McCain Praised by Unions for Killing Obamacare Repeal


Susan Collins of ME, one of the three Republicans who sunk the " skinny repeal " of Obamacare on Friday, said on CNN's "State of the Union" that health care reform should return to the regular committee process. Studies showed Alaska would have been hit particularly hard by some of the repeal legislation being debated earlier in the week. Smarting from the failure of Senate Republicans to pass an Obamacare repeal and replace bill, Trump on Saturday threatened in a tweet to end the ... Read More »

Mumbai teen jumps to death, cops suspect links to Blue Whale challenge


Police officials from the Mumbai Police told the media that the class 9 student who jumped off from a terrace at Sher-e-Punjab in Andheri was addicted to the online game, Blue Whale. The police are investigating if the teenager's death is related to Blue Whale suicide challenge, which convinces teenagers to kill themselves. Also Read: This is how a suicide bid led to Goa bridge collapse. Read More »

Michelle Obama's message to her mum gave us all the feels


Of course, it wasn't just the message that resonated with her supporters, but the photograph she shared along with it: a sweet throwback photo of Obama as a young girl, being held by Robinson. "So I am just proud". In that interview, Obama also opened up about her mother's role in her upbringing. "I love you", is what she wrote . My mom is an incredibly intelligent and insightful person about life in general. Read More »

Tony Blair prosecution over Iraq war blocked by judges


The general - a former army chief of staff now living in Muscat - had contended that it was an unlawful war. As such a crime doesn't exist in England and Wales the case was ruled as having " no prospect " of succeeding, according to the BBC . Read More »

3 dead in crash during police pursuit in north Florida

Troopers say the suspect, 26-year-old Jaquard Cuyler, drove down SE 132 Street at a high rate of speed where Marion County deputies say they pulled back on the pursuit as he entered the intersection. Around 10:30 p.m., Cuyler's southbound VW Jetta was accelerating at high speed, according to the sheriff's office. Troopers say that the suspect also hit a third vehicle after the initial collision. Read More »

Crews searching for swimmer missing off of Smith Point Beach

Anyone with information should call Sector Delaware Bay at 215-271-4940. "Suspending a search is always a hard decision and it's something we don't take lightly". Friend Jessica Alongi, in a Facebook post , described Oravcová as "a go-getter, extremely hard-working, and absolute sweetest, happy-go-lucky girl I've ever had the pleasure to meet". Read More »

Firefighter hit, killed by vehicle while riding bike in Beverly


In an interview with Salem News , Pimenta, 53, revealed he had been diagnosed with multiple sclerosis when he was 28. "He rode every chance he got and he fought hard to raise awareness and support for the cause". Police said the unidentified driver remained at the scene after the crash and no charges have been filed. He leaves behind his wife and two children. Read More »

Body of Thomas Bryson found, deputies say


On Saturday, Duncan said deputies had learned that Stroupe visited a home in the Barnadsville area Wednesday evening. Now authorities will wrap up with the investigators and district attorneys in Henderson and Buncombe counties and see how they want to proceed with the charges. Read More »

Future of Kashmiris linked with Pakistan: Farooq


He broke down in tears and said, "He (Imran Khan) insulted the Prime Minister of Azad Kashmir who is elected by the public". The premier urged the newsmen to perform their professional duties with utmost care regarding matters of national security. Read More »

Developmentally disabled boy berated by Yankees fan


DiMarco told News 12 that Luciano has sensory issues and doesn't understand social cues, which sometimes makes him unruly. 'He may have kicked a fan's seat that was sitting in front of us with excitement, ' she said. 'When he said that...[Luciano] covered his ears and started hysterical crying and shaking, while Yankee security, ushers just stood there, ' she said. Read More »

Out-of-control van mows down pedestrians in Queens park


The van, carrying four people, wound up in the pond in Brookville Park, but rescuers got them out safely. Three other victims in serious condition and one other with non-life threatening injuries were also taken to both hospitals, fire officials said. Read More »

AU troops ambushed in Somalia, 24 dead


Aliyow Adan, a police officer in the region, told Anadolu Agency that fierce fighting took place after al-Shabaab militants ambushed the convoy, and security forces killed more than 8 attackers. It maintains a presence largely in Somalia's rural areas and continues to pose major challenges to the allied Somali and African Union forces, even as the AU force plans to pull out of Somalia in the coming years and leave security to Somali troops. Read More »

Tropical Depression 6 forms in Gulf


By midweek, the low is forecast to cross over the Florida Peninsula and into the western Atlantic. Rain like this will cause localized flooding and will no doubt make the morning commute hard. "There's a small pocket of dry air moving into northern zones Monday morning, which could lower rain chances slightly for a few counties, including Marion, Seminole and Volusia", News 6 meteorologist Candace Campos said. Read More »

French acting legend Jeanne Moreau dies at 89


The actress, singer, screenwriter and director was arguably best known for starring in the François Truffaut film Jules et Jim in 1962. She won awards at the Cannes Film Festival, which she presided over twice, and an honorary Oscar. Her last cinematic appearance was as Frida, in the 2012 film Une estonienne à Paris, directed by Ilmar Raag. An iconic of French cinema who reached the height of her fame during the 1960s; she was the recipient of multiple lifetime achievement awards, ... Read More »

Trump Not Ready to Move On From Healthcare


It didn't work out that way, as the bill only got 49 votes. First they tried to repeal and replace. If the skinny repeal were passed and signed into law, I believe in some ways it would have made the health insurance situation worse. Since coming to the Senate, the situation in Alaska and across the country has only gotten worse, and I've continued to hear even more heartbreaking stories. Read More »