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Crackdown On Human Trafficking Nets 11 NC Arrests


These teams work all year to recover minor trafficking victims. In just four days, the Federal Bureau of Investigation and law enforcement partners in the USA and overseas, recovered 84 sexually exploited minors and arrested 120 traffickers. Read More »

Jackson, Miss. school ditching Jefferson Davis name to instead honor Barack Obama


As president of the Confederate States during the American Civil War, Jefferson Davis's most noteworthy achievement may have been his talent for making enemies. Unfortunately, not every monument we create or building we name best represents our country, especially when it comes to the Confederacy. 13 were named after Davis while a whopping 52 were named after Confederate Gen. Read More »

Quebec Bars People in Face Coverings From Receiving Public Services


The law, if passed, would ban clothing covering the face, such as the muslim niqab, or burka, although it doesn't actually mention those items. The legislature, known as Bill 62, if passed, will prohibit full-face coverings for employees and visitors in Quebec ministries, school boards, universities, public health care institutions, subsidized day care centers, municipalities as well as for public transit authorities, doctors, dentists and midwives. Read More »

Woman and toddler shot while sleeping in northern Colorado Springs apartment


He said the teen had previously talked about killing his family. Two young children were found stabbed in what police are calling an "extremely gruesome" crime scene at a home in central Colorado Springs. Murphy had several months of intensive care and enrolled at a Colorado community college, Kibler said. He was arrested and charged with arson and criminal damage to property, Cromwell Radio Inc reports. Read More »

Kenny Chesney heading to Busch Stadium for 'Trip Around the Sun' tour


The Tennessee-based country rocker will be joined by Thomas Rhett , Old Dominion , Brandon Lay , Dierks Bentley , and / or Brothers Osborne at select shows. Chesney played at Miller Park in 2010 as part of Farm Aid's "25th Anniversary Tour", then in 2013 for his "No Shoes Nation" circuit and in 2016 for his "Spread the Love" tour. Read More »

Sessions prepares for Senate grilling on private Trump talks


Democratic senators plan to press Attorney General Jeff Sessions about his private communications with the president when he appears to answer questions before a Senate committee. "Sessions has presided over a series of Justice Department reversals - from police oversight and voting rights litigation to protections for the LGBT community". Read More »

Sessions Vows to Review Obama's Uranium Deal With Russia

They also obtained an eyewitness account - backed by documents - indicating Russian nuclear officials had routed millions of dollars to the USA created to benefit former President Bill Clinton's charitable foundation during the time Secretary of State Hillary Clinton served on a government body that provided a favorable decision to Moscow, sources told The Hill . Read More »

United States seeks much deeper ties with India: Tillerson


Pakistan is expected to take decisive action against terrorist groups based in their own region, US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson categorically said on Tuesday. "In this period of uncertainty and angst, India needs a reliable partner on the world stage". The US and India are cross-screening known and suspected terrorists, and later this year, the two countries will convene a new dialogue on terrorist designations, he said. Read More »

Round Four Of NAFTA Talks End


While the negotiators said they almost completed discussions on changes NAFTA's competition chapter, as well as made progress on other substantive topics such as customs and trade facilitation, digital trade, good regulatory practices, and certain sectoral annexes, disagreement reportedly heated up over how the United States wants to level the playing field on trade deficits between the countries. Read More »

Vadra should explain his link with arms dealer: BJP


While Vadra did not react to the media report , Congress spokesman Randeep Singh Surjewala said Prime Minister Narendra Modi could get "any investigation" done into any allegations against the party chief's son-in-law to find out if there was any "wrongdoing". Read More »

Sexual harassment: Viral hashtag shows extent, creates dialogue


For too many millennia, we have accepted a world where women are property, where women are victims. "What I've noticed on the civilian side, because I used to work in the military where we had a lot of this information outreach to men for reporting and you don't see that so much on the civilian side". Read More »

Tragically Hip's Gord Downie dead at 53


Indigenous leaders are praising Gord Downie's contribution to reconciliation as they mourn his death. In 2013, the band was featured on a set of postage stamps and in July, they received the Order of Canada, one of the country's highest honors. Read More »

Soros donated one of the funds, nearly $ 20 billion

The investor George Soros has given $18bn (£13.6bn) to his Open Society Foundations , making it the world's third richest charity, according to articles published today. Business magnate George Soros transferred $18 billion of his own money to his own charity organization Tuesday. Hungary's foreign affairs minister, Peter Szijjarto, even called Soros a "national security risk" in a July statement. Read More »

Multiple injuries reported in shooting at a business park outside Baltimore


Police have reported multiple injuries after a shooting took place in a Baltimore-area business park on Wednesday morning. This is happening at the Emmorton Business Park in Edgewater Maryland. When we are given the all clear by the Sheriff's Office and the modified lockdown is lifted, we will update the affected school communities. From there, they can see five or six police cars. Read More »

British terror threat 'the worst I've ever seen': MI5 director


Parker highlighted that the Islamist threat was operating at an unprecedented scale, noting there had been a "dramatic" rise in terror plots, which had become increasingly hard to detect. "Over the last seven months we, in collaboration with the police have thwarted seven terrorist plots Islamists", he said. He said it was likely attacks would occur. Read More »

Three confirmed dead after ammonia leak at Fernie Memorial Arena


The leak was reported around noon yesterday (20.00 CET). Emergency crews were still on scene Tuesday evening when the city issued a news release confirming the fatalities. Officials added that the site has been secured, but crews are not yet able to safely enter the facility. Ruiter said B.C.'s Ministry of Environment is also sending staff to assist with monitoring and to determine what the next steps will be. Read More »

Curtis Anderson seals England's penalty win over Japan


While England strolled to a 4-0 win despite the eight alterations to their starting line-up against Iraq, Japan were surprisingly held 1-1 by minnows New Caledonia as they made nine changes to the team that lost 1-2 to France. Tani adjusted well after the ball took a deflection to save low down to his left. The game was goalless after 90 minutes but England kept their heads in the shootout, with Curtis Anderson saving Japan's penultimate spot-kick as England scored all of their penalties. Read More »

Stock You Should Track Today: Exxon Mobil Corporation (XOM), Visa Inc. (V)


The rating was maintained by Barclays Capital with "Overweight" on Tuesday, October 10. The rating was maintained by Piper Jaffray on Thursday, October 5 with "Hold". Investors sentiment decreased to 0.85 in Q2 2017. Its up 0.10, from 0.93 in 2017Q1. 103 funds opened positions while 639 raised stakes. Css Ltd Liability Co Il has 12,600 shares. Read More »

U.S. condemns killing of Malta journalist, says Federal Bureau of Investigation assisting probe


Update 3.37pm: Malta has appealed to the Federal Bureau of Investigation and to European forensic experts to help investigate the vehicle bomb death of the country's leading investigative journalist. Last year, Caruana Galizia reported that the then Energy Minister, Konrad Mizzi, and Keith Schembri, Muscat's chief of staff were implicated in Panama Papers as heads of two offshore companies. Read More »

Iran supreme leader dismisses Donald Trump's 'rants and whoppers'

He was referring to Trump's Friday speech, where he pushed ahead with his hostile policy by decertifying the Islamic Republic's compliance with the agreement, formally entitled the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action. His decision does not immediately mean that the agreement is in jeopardy. Ayatollah Khamenei added that Mr Trump's description of the deal as leading to "more violence, more chaos" was "nonsensical" and the result of a "foul-mouthed president". Read More »

Prince George Binge-Watches *This* Disney Movie on the Reg


Regarding the Lion King news, we are mostly just disappointed the Daily Mail thought of the "He just can't wait to be king" joke to be made here before we could. "He has watched some LEGO movies as well", William imparted, though he did not indicate any feelings George might have as to the merits of said LEGO movies. Read More »

Spain asks Catalan leader to 'act sensibly' as direct rule deadline approaches


Protesters are gathering for a fresh round of demonstrations in Barcelona to demand the release of two leaders of Catalonia's pro-independence movement who were jailed in a sedition probe. Barcelona are one of the biggest clubs in the world and were founding members of the Spanish league in 1928 but their status as a La Liga side could come under threat if Catalonia were to become an independent state. Read More »