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Springfield Christian teacher husband catches wife raping student in bed


Officers said that Barber began the relationship in 2016 with the teen and often plied him with booze and cannabis. She was also charged with unlawful delivery of marijuana to a person under 18 years of age, authorities said. On her LinkedIn profile, Baber composed that she was a "composition teacher" for Logan Christian Academy since September 2014 and portrayed her obligations as "Giving learning of the English dialect and spreading excitement for keeping in touch with the people to ... Read More »

Mum of Clodagh Hawe tells inquest she 'knew something was wrong'


On that last session, Alan Hawe also went to the GP who said she knew nothing of his counselling sessions. She said she rushed to Clodagh's next-door neighbour's house and said: "I think Alan has done something bad". Describing Mr Hawe as "troubled", based on the bleaching of his foot, Prof Kennedy was of the opinion that Mr Hawe was bothered by "unfounded somatic anxieties" relating to bodily worries, and considering the evidence these had developed into "severe and pervasive preoccupations". Read More »

Kim Jong-Un Didn't Visit Father's Tomb On Anniversary Of Death


He claimed that these soliders are highly brainwashed: "They live and they die for Kim Jong-un". Today, when the tensions between the U.S. and North Korea seem higher than ever before, the rediscovery of these flags points to a long, violent history between the two feuding states. Read More »

MLS to make announcement about 'the future of soccer in Nashville'


MLS previously announced Nashville, Cincinnati, Sacramento and Detroit as the finalists for two expansion franchises to be awarded by the end of the year. Major League Soccer is coming to the music city. This will come as a surprise to nobody , but it looks like Nashville is a sure bet to nab a spot in Major League Soccer. Read More »

US Blames North Korea for 'Cowardly' WannaCry Cyberattack


Homeland Security Adviser Tom Bossert made the announcement in a Wall Street Journal op-ed, and was expected to provide more details in a briefing with reporters early Tuesday. But some Democrats wondered why the Trump administration was so eager to aggressively confront North Korea when it has shown no such enthusiasm in challenging Russian Federation, which several intelligence agencies have concluded hacked sensitive materials to help swing the 2016 election. Read More »

Jill Stein Under Investigation for 'Collusion with the Russians'

The Green Party candidate attended a 2015 dinner in Moscow alongside Russian President Vladimir Putin and former national security adviser Michael Flynn. Pictures from the event show Stein seated at the same table as Russian President Vladimir Putin (and, incidentally, Michael Flynn, Trump's future National Security Advisor who would later plead guilty to lying to the Federal Bureau of Investigation about his communications with the Russian government). Read More »

Rahul Gandhi understands pulse of JK youth better than anyone, says Congress


Congress leaders from Punjab were patted by the central leadership over the party's sweep in the municipal polls in the state. We do not fight hate with hate. "I haven't come across any political leader in India who is as much caring for the youth of Jammu and Kashmir as is Rahul Gandhi". Sonia Gandhi congratulated her son as he took charge as the Congress President she said, "Rahul is my son, so I do not think it is right for me to praise him but I would say that since childhood he had to ... Read More »

Copy Hearts' tactics at your peril, warns Scott Brown

The Northern Irish boss will call on his senior players to step up and be counted, and give a performance worthy of making up for the defeat in the capital at the weekend, and if they do that and pick up the victory, they will restore their five point lead in Scottish Premiership table once again. Read More »

Detroit feels effects of Atlanta airport power outage


Ernest Henderson was looking to see if his 9 a.m. flight on Monday to Atlanta was still in place. Delta Air Lines, which has its largest hub at the Atlanta airport, canceled 300 flights scheduled for Monday, according to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. Read More »

See photos taken from inside the wrecked Amtrak train in Washington state


Amtrak reported 80 passengers and five crew members were on the train when it derailed. One witness told CNN that a passenger train auto had "crushed" vehicles on the road below, and that railcars had fallen on both sides of the track. "After the accident, we had to kick out the emergency window and climb down the embankment in order to get help for the injured passenger". US President Donald Trump tweeted that the crash "shows more than ever why our soon to be submitted infrastructure ... Read More »

McCain to Miss Pivotal Senate Tax Vote After Chemotherapy Complications


His daughter, Meghan McCain made headlines last week when she was consoled by former Vice President Joe Biden while discussing her father's battle with cancer on ABC's "The View". Now in his sixth Senate term, McCain underwent surgery in mid-July to remove a 2-inch blood clot in his brain after being diagnosed with glioblastoma. Read More »

Two dead in fire at historic Loch Lomond hotel


Three other people, including a child, were taken to Glasgow's Queen Elizabeth University Hospital for treatment. 'A fourth patient was taken to the Royal Alexandra Hospital'. A spokesman said: "Operations Control has mobilised a total of 12 appliances to the scene". A statement said firefighters were "in the process of searching the building while fighting the fire using powerful water jets". Read More »

Katrina Kaif Learning from the Best Shiamak Davar


Apparently, Raj Thackeray and party members have threatened the makers of Tiger Zinda Hai and asked them if the shows are not divided properly with Deva then they will answer them in their own style. A sequel to the 2012 film " Ek Tha Tiger " directed by Kabir Khan, will see Salman Khan and Katrina Kaif reprise their roles as spies Tiger and Zoya. Read More »

Ancient fossil microorganisms indicate that life in the universe is common


The specimens studied are mostly extinct today and are bacteria and microbes found in 1982 at the Apex Chert. "By 3.465 billion years ago, life was already diverse on Earth; that's clear - primitive photosynthesizers, methane producers, methane users", Dr Schopf, a professor of paleobiology, said in a press release . Read More »

Delhi Metro set to inaugurate Magenta Line on December 25


The train, which was empty, went through a wall at the Kalindi Kunj depot and barely missed crashing into the ground. No one is injured in the incident, but Delhi Metro is investigating the case. Those going towards Faridabad from Noida will benefit the most with the operation of the section, which will nearly halve the travel time to many destinations towards that direction because of Kalkaji Mandir being a junction station with Violet Line (Kashmiri Gate-Escorts Mujeser). Read More »

Ballistic missile fired towards the Saudi capital Riyadh


There was no official word on this assertion, but a royal family member appeared to confirm the missile was aimed at a royal palace meeting. The Houthis said earlier they had fired a missile towards Riyadh. The claim that the missile was intercepted, carried by Saudi state-run media, could not be immediately be confirmed. Saudi Arabia's benchmark stock index declined as much as 0.4 percent before moderating the loss. Read More »

Gujarat victory an 'endorsement' of PM Modi's policies: Vijay Rupani


Rajkot West is a fame seat for the BJP. Rajkot is the financial nerve-center of the Saurashtra region, where the Congress is seen to have made big gains. The senior Congress leader, who had served as the Leader of Opposition between 2004 and 2007, lost the Porbandar seat to Babubhai Bokhiriya. The leader of the Other Backward Class (OBC) community won from Radhanpur constituency after securing 63,172 votes. Read More »

Cyclone Ockhi relief operation: Narendra Modi leaves to Lakshadweep


He would later meet Kerala CM Pinarayi Vijayan and others including Fisheries minister J Mercykutty at the Raj Bhawan, then leave for Delhi. In Lakshadweep, PM Modi chairs review meeting. Modi, who reached the island on Tuesday morning, was received by top officials of the Lakshadweep administration and public representatives, including Lakshadweep MP Muhammed Faizal. Read More »

#ChurchofEngland appoints first female Bishop of London


The Bishop of Maidstone, the Right Rev Rod Thomas - whose supervises clergy who will not accept women priests or bishops - said: 'Despite my own concerns over women bishops I think she will be a very positive force for the Church in London'. Read More »

Two militants killed in Shopian gunfight


Over eight civilians sustained injuries as protesters clashed with the security forces in Shopian's Batmurran area after the encounter left two militants dead. Security forces used explosives to blast the house in which the militants were holed up. Khan said that the operation was launched after getting information regarding the presence of militants in the Shopian area. Read More »

President Pacquiao? Duterte says he's all for it

Ang problema (the problem is) we'll have to change the law. "I don't have any problems making it marrying a man, marrying a woman or whatever is the predilection of the human being". "You nominate the representative from the LGBT sector [because] I fired the entire Commission [for] the Urban Poor, [including] the head for traveling so much in so short a time, as if he was using the money of the people like his own...." "I would be willing to accept all". Read More »