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Body of woman found stuffed in freezer ID'd


He and his wife popped it open over the weekend and found a corpse inside, CBS News reported. When Katrina Leyton settled last month at Arturo Novo's home in Yangtown, Ohio, she started using the cell phone of the missing girl, driving her auto and taking care of her dog, according to the indictment drafted by the local police. Read More »

Stephen Colbert channels Queen to bid farewell to Anthony Scaramucci

According to the Huffington Post , the financier insisted that he was joking when he said those statements to the reporter. Scaramucci said he felt burned by Lizza's piece in the mag. On LATE NIGHT, host Seth Meyers took a closer look at the Trump White House in turmoil after the sudden firing of Scaramucci days after the resignation of former Chief of Staff Reince Priebus . Read More »

Sack housing minister, says opposition, rakes up one more case


However, only after the recordings are sent to a forensic laboratory for verification, will it be clear if the person in the voice recording is indeed Mopalwar. (But) One must not forget that no further decision was taken on the issue. Even the news channel has given a disclaimer that the clip is unverified. Munde then demanded that if Mopalwar can not be suspended, he should at least be transferred from the Samruddhi corridor project or else the chief minister will lose peoples' faith. Read More »

MLS, Adidas agree six-year partnership that will run through 2024 season


The MLS squad has won nine of 13 meetings with European opponents, but this time around the challenge will be even tougher as they face a team that won the UEFA Champion's League earlier this summer. Toronto joined MLS in 2007 for $10 million while Seattle and Philadelphia paid $30 million two years later and Vancouver and Portland paid $35 million to join in 2011. Read More »

North Korea travel ban to take effect next month

The U.S. government last month said it would bar Americans from traveling to North Korea due to the risk of "long-term detention" there. "We do not seek an accelerated reunification of the peninsula", Tillerson continued. "There is a military option to destroy North Korea's (missile) program and North Korea itself", Graham said."If there's going to be a war to stop them, it will be over there". Read More »

Christie: At least I didn't dump nachos on heckling Cubs fan


Christie was in Milwaukee at a Brewers game over the weekend when a Cubs fan yelled his name and shouted, "you suck". Even so, the governor - whose son Andrew works for the Brewers organization - was defiant when asked whether he's "swearing off" big league games for good. Read More »

Gulalai quits party after allegations against Imran, PTI seeks apology


Another party member, Alia Hamza, expressed her anger at Gulalai's allegations, saying that Imran Khan had never disrespected her or any other female party member. "With her accusations, she has not insulted Khan - she has insulted us (women)". However, when contacted, PPP MPA Syed Muhammad Ali Shah told The Express Tribune that PTI has not contacted his party members yet to join the coalition but if they do, the party will internally discuss the matter. Read More »

U.S. test-launches unarmed ICBM to show ability to 'defend against attacks'

U.S. Air Force Global Strike Command routinely conducts ICBM test launches from Vandenberg to validate the effectiveness, readiness and accuracy of the weapon system. Strategic Command, uses data collected from test launches for continuing force development evaluation. Over the next 20 years, the US Air Force will switch out the entirety of its Minuteman III fleet with a new missile known now known as the Ground Based Strategic Deterrent (GBSD). Read More »

Late night says goodbye to Anthony Scaramucci

The information Scaramucci gave him, if it's true, was far more significant: He told Lizza that White House chief of staff Reince Priebus is about to be canned. But Lizza tells me that he actually was not following rules or respecting any kind of unspoken understanding about the "spirit" of the call. I don't feel sorry for Sessions. Read More »

Moldova bars Russian deputy PM


Russian Deputy Premier Dmitry Rogozin abandoned a trip to Moldova Friday after his plane was barred from entering Romanian and Hungarian airspace. The ministry summoned Russian Ambassador Farit Muhametshin on Wednesday and said "Moldova wants to build with Russia bilateral relations on the basis of mutual respect". Read More »

Smoke from wildfires moves into Willamette Valley


According to Metro Vancouver , Ozone and fine particulate matter are of special concern for infants, the elderly, and those with conditions such as lung disease, heart disease, diabetes, and asthma. Burnaby and North Vancouver are just slightly above that threshold, while Hope had more than four times that amount as of 1 p.m. PT. Shifting winds from the Interior brought a smoky haze to Metro Vancouver on Tuesday and the regional district says the problem may persist for several days. Read More »

If Trump fires Robert Mueller, will Republicans have the guts to act?


Those who worked under them have attested Mueller and Comey possessed a close friendship - they have been described as having been joined at the hip and being "brothers in arms". Accordingly, the law is also explicitly clear: "he must step down based on this conflict of interest". Franks also criticized Mueller for bringing individuals to his team who donated to Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign, which he called "obviously deliberate partisan hirings" that "do not help convey ... Read More »

Test missile launched from California coast


A former Canadian defense minister says he "regrets" that Ottawa did not advance talks to join the United States missile defense program years ago, citing the recent North Korean military and missile tests. US intelligence officials has been continuously montoring the North Korean submarine movements and detected that Sang-O submarine was operating in the Yellow Sea and the length of its deployment was notable. Read More »

Tyson Foods, Inc. (TSN) Position Increased by Foster & Motley Inc


Tyson Foods, Inc. (NYSE:TSN) has declined 9.94% since August 2, 2016 and is downtrending. Zendesk Inc (NYSE:ZEN) has risen 6.73% since August 2, 2016 and is uptrending. Therefore 50% are positive. On average, analysts anticipate that Tyson Foods, Inc. will post $5.03 earnings per share for the current year. From another technical standpoint, Tyson Foods, Inc. Read More »

NAACP issues first ever travel advisory for a state in the US


Typically, the State Department issues travel advisories to warn against visiting other countries, not states, with political unrest or health hazards. Louis . The NAACP added that the advisory was put into place to make Missourians and visitors aware of "looming danger" in the state, which has a "long history of race, gender, and color-based crimes". Read More »

Scaramucci had to go. Now, it's time to discipline Trump

Now the hard work begins. "General Kelly recognized that and I think it's appropriate that he's been moved out". Instead, it encapsulated the predicament in which Trump now finds himself: embroiled in disorder and with the path to stability passing inescapably through more shakeups and turmoil. Read More »

USA tests unarmed intercontinental ballistic missile


However, Air France told the U.S. media outlet it did not share the Pentagon's concerns about the recent missile test. This is the fourth time the US tested a Minuteman III missile in 2017. North Korean leader Kim Jong Un claimed the launch proves the communist state possesses the ability to reach the USA mainland with its weapons. It will be handled. Read More »

Turnout for Venezuela's new assembly 'manipulated'


Lopez and Mr. Ledzema are political prisoners being held illegally by the regime. we reiterate our call for the immediate and unconditional release of all political prisoners". It called on Maduro's government to "take urgent measures" to change course, including suspending setting up the new Constituent Assembly and explicitly recognising all institutions under the Constitution. Read More »

White House muddles message on sanctions: Russia


This image created by Yonhap News TV shows U.S. President Donald Trump (R) and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un. The signing by the US President of a new sanctions law against Russian Federation creates several consequences: firstly, the hope of improving our relations with the new US administration is dead. Read More »

Italy focuses on Libya mission to manage migrant crisis


The U.N. migration agency says 94,802 migrants have arrived in Italy this year through Sunday, up 11 percent over last year and 85 percent of the European total. Three of the eight humanitarian groups agreed to its terms. As many as 93,000 people have reached Italian shores so far this year. The defence ministry on Wednesday said that the Italian ship the Comandante Borsini had entered Libyan territorial waters after receiving the necessary authorisations. Read More »

Kidd Creole Arrested In Fatal Stabbing of Homeless Man


He had been taken into custody in the Bronx earlier on Wednesday. An argument quickly turned violent and then deadly, sources told Fox 5 News. The homeless man, identified as 55-year-old John Jolly, was stabbed multiple times in the chest shortly before midnight on Tuesday, August 1, according to News 4 NY. Read More »

Mark Zuckerberg has hired a Democratic pollster


Benenson's company, Benenson Strategy Group, will be conducting research for the Zuckerberg-Chan Initiative, the couple's philanthropy. President George W. Zuckerberg, a California resident, has always been rumored to have political ambitions. I guess I can see a major philanthropic organization like Zuckerberg's needing a pollster from time to time. Read More »

North Korea's Kim a 'maniac': Philippines' Duterte


North Korea has hundreds of artillery units and missiles aimed across its southern border at South Korea - an ally who the USA conducts military exercises with - making the already sensitive issue even more complex. He called Kim Jong-un a "son of a b****" with a "chubby face" and claimed the North Korean leader was playing unsafe games. American officials have attempted to involve Duterte in the global conversation regarding how to contain the rogue communist regime in Pyongyang. Read More »