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Troopers: Tow truck worker falls to death from I-95 overpass


Mark Wysocky. Randolph, an employee of Pompano Beach-based Emerald Towing , fell to his death about an hour later, FHP said. The Florida Highway Patrol has not released the victim's name or job title. The wreck was the latest in a series of crashes either on or near the overpass, the northernmost connection to I-95 in the city, and it marked the second time in a year that a tractor-trailer wrecked there and hovered over the crowded highway. Read More »

Mexican mother with 4 OH kids faces imminent deportation


Maribel Trujillo Diaz lost her last appeal to avoid deportation to Mexico and is being held in an ICE detention center. In a statement ICE says, "The removal will go forward unless the court renders a decision on the pending petition". He urged federal prosecutors to intensify their focus on immigration crimes such as illegal crossings or smuggling others into the U.S. The Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Cincinnati had called for mercy, saying Trujillo Diaz has made positive contributions ... Read More »

Obama Trump blames ex-president for formation of MS-13 crime gang


During the segment, he boasted how his administration has already booted violent "illegal immigrants" out of the country. "Admin. allowed bad MS 13 gangs to form in cities across U.S. -Mexico border together later this week. Sessions added that sanctuary cities represent a safe haven for gangs such as MS-13 because they are "harboring criminal aliens". Read More »

Israel puts Marwan Barghouti in solitary confinement for writing op-ed

He was convicted of attacks that killed five people. "We will not surrender to it". The Times described Barghouti simply as "a Palestinian leader and parliamentarian". Meanwhile, the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) says the Israel Prison Service (IPS) has suspended family visitation rights to hunger striking Palestinian prisoners. Read More »

NSC reshuffle: Out goes Steve Bannon, in comes Nikki Haley

Steve Bannon, President Donald Trump's chief strategist, has lost his seat on the powerful National Security Council in a high-level shakeup, a U.S. official confirmed Wednesday. The official, who spoke on condition of anonymity, said Mr. McMaster has his own ideas about how to do things, and Mr. Trump had promised he could name his own people to the NSC. Read More »

A Sikh cab driver assaulted in US


The incident, reported by New York Daily News , occurred early Sunday morning, just hours after thousands of Sikhs gathered at Times Square to mark " Turban day ", an event organised by a Sikh group on the eve of Vaisakhi. "We can sit. We can talk", he recalled telling the unruly passenger. "What happened to you was wrong. We run local businesses and sing our national anthem with pride", Gurwin Singh Ahuja, co-founder and executive director of the NSC said. Read More »

Round 2 of national protests: A birthday present for Zuma


Up until now and even against the backdrop of questions that have been raised within the African National Congress (ANC) itself about his track record as President, Zuma has, by and large, been able to retain the loyalty of South's Africa' ruling party, as a whole. Read More »

May calls for early election to strengthen Brexit hand

But following a Cabinet meeting at Downing Street she said she would go to the country this year. If we do not hold a General Election now their political gameplaying will continue and the negotiations with the European Union will reach their most hard stage in the run-up to the next scheduled election. Read More »

Cleveland Offers $50000 Reward For Steve Stephens As Search Expands Nationwide

Police said they have received dozens of tips about the possible location of the suspect, Steve Stephens . Robert Godwin Jr. said the woman who Stephens blames in the Facebook video is also in the family's thoughts and prayers. The video appeared to show suspect Steve Stephens fatally shoot 74-year old Robert Godwin. She says he "wasn't harming anyone". Stephens filed for bankruptcy two years ago despite holding down a job as a counselor helping young people develop job skills and find ... Read More »

Suspect in Facebook killing might be dead, official says

One day after Steve Stephens shot a video announcing his intent to commit murder, followed by the posting of video of the fatal shooting of Robert Godwin, Facebook has responded with a full statement and timeline. Police said Stephens should be considered armed and unsafe. The company will do all it can to prevent content like Stephens' post, Chief Executive Mark Zuckerberg told Facebook's annual conference for software developers on Tuesday in San Jose. Read More »

The U.S. faces a complicated landscape on the Korean peninsula


Tensions are especially high as there is a possibility the North will test a nuclear weapon in the near future. But we're going to redouble our efforts to bring diplomatic and economic pressure to bear on North Korea. They also say greater Chinese cooperation is vital. "The results of that are paying off", Spicer said. Hwang, however, appeared to distance Seoul from talk of an American pre-emptive strike on North Korea, insisting the allies would maintain their defensive position while ... Read More »

Russian Federation warns U.S. against strike on North Korea


U.S. Vice President Mike Pence waves with his wife Karen Pence and his two daughters Charlotte and Audrey, right, before they leave for Japan, at Osan Air Base in Pyeongtaek, South Korea, Tuesday, April 18, 2017. "Just in the past two weeks, the world witnessed the strength and resolve of our new president in actions taken in Syria and Afghanistan". The time of dictating orders by brandishing the USA military might has gone. Read More »

Former Trump Campaign Chairman Under Investigation for Business Ties to Ukraine


The explanation pt. 2 :"Mr. Manafort's work in Ukraine was totally open and appropriate and wire transfers for worldwide work are perfectly legal", Jason Maloni, Manafort's spokesman, said in an email statement today. UNIDENTIFIED JOURNALIST: Donald Trump's campaign chairman, Paul Manafort, is out of a job. Manafort, a longtime Republican political operative, led the presidential campaign from March until August previous year when Trump asked him to resign. Read More »

Dortmund's Tuchel fumes at UEFA after Monaco defeat


The match was immediately rescheduled for Wednesday and Monaco ran out 3-2 winners in what turned out to be a pulsating game. But former German global Lothar Matthaeus said it was "irresponsible" to get the players to go through with the game so soon after the attack. Read More »

Delhi Congress leaders Lovely, Malik join BJP

Health and accidental insurance cover and other benefits will be provided to the unorganised sector workers including domestic helps, the Delhi Congress chief said. BJP president Amit Shah formally welcomed Lovely in the BJP in the presence of Delhi BJP chief Manoj Tiwari. Nobody took note of his grievances. Read More »

North Korea Offers Unconditional Surrender After Mike Pence Angrily Squints at It


North Korea has responded by accusing the United States of turning the Korean peninsula into "the world's biggest hotspot" and creating "a unsafe situation in which a thermonuclear war may break out at any moment". "There was a period of strategic patience but the era of strategic patience is over". "But all options are on the table", he said during a press conference. Read More »

Billy Monger airlifted to hospital following high-speed crash at Donington

Monger was running wide-open when, his view blocked by a auto in front, he hit the stationary vehicle of Patrick Pasma which had stopped on course. Monger was conscious and talking after the incident but suffered leg injuries and the medics took almost two hours to extricate him from the auto before he was airlifted to hospital. Read More »

Obama Claimed 'All' of Syria's Chemical Weapons Had Been Eliminated

After a campaign marked by friendly comments about Russia , President Donald Trump sounded a different note on Wednesday about the current state of U.S. "It's no longer obsolete", he said, though he repeated previous calls by United States presidents for Nato's European members to increase their defence spending. Read More »

Who Was Karen Elaine Smith? The San Bernardino Teacher Taught Special Education


Michael Madden told reporters earlier. San Bernardino Police Chief Jarrod Burguan said the shooting at North Park Elementary School in San Bernardino, east of Los Angeles, was an apparent murder-suicide. They were later being moved to Cajon High School to be reunited with parents and "for safety", Burguan said. "No one has come forward to say they saw this coming", he said. Read More »

Cape Town protesters gather in their thousands at Parliament

The retired Anglican archbishop, who was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 1984 for his peaceful campaign against apartheid, has criticised the ruling African National Congress for alleged mismanagement over the years. "This afternoon's downgrade by Fitch Ratings of both South Africa's foreign and local currency credit ratings to "junk status" is a devastating blow to our economy", he said in a statement. Read More »

Girls banned from wearing leggings on a flight

Social media users have criticised United Airlines after two girls were not allowed on a flight because they were wearing leggings. United responded to the comments on Twitter, arguing that the right to refuse passengers is "left to the discretion of the gate agents". Read More »

Female Indian Techie, Son Brutally Murdered In The US


Sasikala, and son, Aneesh Sai, were found strangled to death when he returned from work in the evening. The police arrived at the crime scene and moved the deceased to hospital. The investigation is now under progress and more details are awaited. The fear among Telugu community and Indians at large is growing with frequent violent incidents against their diaspora. Read More »

Engie reportedly ponders bid for RWE's Innogy

RWE said on March 14 it aims to generate an EBITDA adjusted for one-offs of between 5.4 billion euros and 5.7 billion euros in 2017, compared with last year's 5.4 billion euros and the 5.2 billion euros forecast by analysts in a Reuters poll. Read More »

The Latest Optical Illusion Stumping the Internet Is This Photo of Strawberries

Strawberries are red, violets are blue but there are no red pixels in this viral image of a strawberry pie. But what is actually in front of you is a picture with absolutely no red pixels . You can see the grey better if you isolate each strawberry from the background. The way New York Magazine's Science of Us explains it , our brains are created to color-correct everything we look at, whether we're sitting in a room with bright fluorescent lighting, walking around outside on a ... Read More »

China calls for "international peace" in cyberspace


Beijing now operates the world's largest and most sophisticated online censorship systems, dubbed by the outside world the "Great Firewall", which blocks access to major websites including YouTube and Google, and some human rights agencies. Read More »

Abby Lee Miller Heading to Mexico After Second Sentencing Moved to May


Deadline recently reported that a new court date has been set for May 8, on which Abby Lee Miller will find out whether or not she will receive probation or prison. It's unclear if Chloe will be returning for the next competition being held in Fresno, California, on Saturday, but she is still in California. Days before the now-canceled February sentencing, she traveled to London to talk about all things " Dance Moms ". Read More »

Opko Health Inc (NASDAQ:OPK) Analyst Coverage

There may be various price targets for a stock. Therefore, stock prices are sometime established based on the expectations that prospective investors have for the future earnings power of the firm. The reported earnings per share topped the analyst's consensus by $0.11 with the percentage difference between estimated and actual earnings arriving at 366.70%. Read More »

IRS Will Accept Tax Returns That Do Not Declare Health Insurance Status

On January 20, President Donald Trump signed an executive order that directed federal agencies to exercise authority and discretion available to them to reduce potential burden. This year, the penalty is the greater of $695 per adult, or 2.5 percent of taxable household income. The move does not repeal the individual mandate - and only Congress can do so. Read More »

Federal judge grants preliminary approval to Volkswagen settlement

The larger, 3.0-liter vehicles have an undeclared auxiliary emissions system that allowed the vehicles to emit up to nine times allowable limits. U.S. He said the settlement was complicated and motivated by economic and environmental concerns. These are just the latest problems that Volkswagen has worked its way through related to the diesel scandal. Read More »

What Is Barack Obama Doing Now? Kitesurfing With Richard Branson, Obviously


And he had none other than entrepreneur Richard Branson to reintroduce him to the sport - and teach him some new tricks - while on a blissful post-inauguration sojourn to Branson's private island in the Virgin Islands. Obama was obviously a pro and won the battle, 100m to 50m. The blog ends with Branson revealing that the two have already made plans "to do the long kite over to Anegada [Passage] together" next time Obama visits. Read More »

Anastasios Leventis of Quebec man killed in Toronto shooting


Sgt. Craig Somers told a news conference at the scene that two semi-automatic handguns were recovered and it's not known if the dead person was the intended victim. James campus was placed under hold and secure for about an hour while police investigated. Students were being advised to stay on campus or to avoid the area if they were not already on campus. Read More »