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Woman dies in I-95 crash in St. Johns County


Troopers say 23-year-old Jacorion Demar Chambers of Prichard, Alabama was traveling eastbound on I-10 in the inside lane when he ran off of the roadway into the center median. All northbound lanes are closed at this time and traffic is being rerouted off State Road 207 to USA 1, according to FHP. The Florida Highway Patrol is working a fatal crash on I-95 northbound north of State Road 207. Read More »

Watch at 1 pm as Cuomo unveils budget proposal

Groups urging the governor to set aside the money include Citizen Action, Common Cause and the League of Women Voters. Cuomo plans to release his budget proposal Tuesday. The proposed budget, unveiled this afternoon in Albany, freezes state aid to municipalities, gives a modest increase in funding for state university campuses and holds flat the amount that state agencies spend. Read More »

First Alert Weather Day set Tuesday, winter storm watch in effect

Temperatures will fall through the night to below freezing before sunrise on Tuesday , with a frigid high of 29 degrees expected. Thousands of Central Texas students got an unexpected holiday Tuesday , but the winter storm that was expected to make travel hazardous failed to materialize in the region. Read More »

Australian Open preview and predictions

She was banned for 15 months after testing positive for meldonium, not long after the medication was added to the list of banned substances, when she was in Australia in 2016. Sloane Stephens, Venus Williams and CoCo Vandeweghe were all eliminated on Monday. Bautista Agut lost to fellow Spaniard Fernando Verdasco , a semifinalist here in 2009, and Raonic lost, 6-7 (5), 7-5, 6-4, 7-6 (4), to Lukas Lacko. Read More »

Columbian Bridge Collapse Kills 10 Construction Workers


Reinaldo Romero, head of disaster response for Meta province, told Reuters the cause of the collapse was under investigation. The cable-stayed bridge was being constructed in the Bogota-Villavicencio road corridor as part of a highway improvement project being carried out by Coviandes, a majority- owned Columbian investment corporation. Read More »

3.2 million more Americans were uninsured in 2017


The number of uninsured Americans rose by 1.3 percentage points, or the equivalent of 3.2 million people, in 2017, according to new data from Gallup released Tuesday. "Young adults will be most likely to go without health coverage, meaning that they will no longer help offset the costs of older, less healthy adults which will drive up premiums even more", according to the survey. Read More »

India ends government subsidies for Hajj pilgrimage


Naqvi said the Muslims did not benefit from it and that "development with dignity" is what the government believes in. Around 175,000 people were supposed to undertake Haj pilgrimage from India this year. With the government already moving ahead with privatisation of Air India, the subsidy would not make sense, he felt. The decision was taken in November 2017, but Kamal Faruqui says publicising it at this point of time is an indication that the government wants to "polarise" . Read More »

DHS Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen Is Offended Individuals Assume Donald Trump Is Racist


During an oversight hearing before the Senate Judiciary Committee, Sen. "I don't specifically remember a characterization of countries in Africa". "I did not hear that word used, no sir", Nielsen said at the hearing. President Donald Trump moved to cancel the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals ( DACA ) program. The Australian immigration system offers skilled migrant visas but also includes humanitarian and family visas for refugees as well as student visas. Read More »

No suspicion on death, don't harass us: emotional Loya son


He rejected the contention of Judge Loya's son Anuj Loya that there was no suspicion over his father's death, arguing that an issue of national significance which impinges on the independence of judiciary can not be decided by the feelings of an individual or the family. Read More »

North Korea will never relinquish its nuclear arsenal | Letters


Should the DPKR elect to fire a voley of multiple nukes at a USA city, it is highly unlikey that the US could guarantee 100 percent destruction of all inbound intercontinental ballistic missiles. The next day, the North Korean media calls Trump a "lunatic old man" and urges Americans to impeach him. South Korean officials said that was unlikely - the South remains politically committed to reunification, even if few believe it is an imminent possibility. Read More »

Trump administration to resume processing DACA renewals


WALLACE: So, what some people are saying is the reason it's going back up is because for all the tough talk from the president, people in Central America , smugglers and people wanting to come across, they finally decided the system really hasn't changed. Read More »

Republicans defend Trump by saying his racist outburst never happened


The president wraps up a three-day weekend at Mar-a-Lago today with a planned return to Washington aboard Air Force One this afternoon. " Number two, racism , the least racist person". " Never said anything derogatory about Haitians other than Haiti is, obviously, a very poor and troubled country". Just emerging from highly contested elections, there has been no official reaction from the Government of Liberia but few African countries, including Botswana and Ghana weighed in their ... Read More »

U2 Are Taking 'Experience + Innocence' To The UK


We expect a Dublin and Belfast announcement soon enough. Given the time of year and the fact that their European dates are arena dates, they're likely to be held in the 3Arena/SSE Arena . The eXPERIENCE + iNNOCENCE tour sees the band return to indoor venues after the massive success of The Joshua Tree Tour 2017, which saw the band perform the classic album all over the world. Read More »

"Fire and Fury" author Michael Wolff speaking at Free Library of Philadelphia


President Trump's lawyers tried to avoid the exit of Fury and Fire, which directors of Macmillan Publishers, the publishing house responsible for its printing, qualified as a flagrant violation of the US Constitution. Following a short Q&A with Wolff, the hosts bring out Steve Bannon to share his side of the story. My book, I suspect, was part of his plan to break with Donald Trump - who frankly, he considers an idiot. Read More »

Father, 39, who lived in USA for 30yrs, deported to Mexico


Garcia had been facing an order of removal since 2009, but had received extensions under the Obama administration. Under President Donald Trump , that was no longer an option. The last time they checked in with immigration agents was back in November. Jorge Garcia said he had asked ICE officials if they could wait until new DACA legislation is passed, which might expand the age range for immigrants to qualify. Read More »

Danish inventor could face life sentence in submarine killing case


Her dismembered body was found at sea after she interviewed him on board his homemade submarine . The inventor claims the journalist died accidentally inside the submarine while he was on deck during the excursion in August. Madsen's trial starts March 8 and a verdict is expected on April 25. Madsen was also charged with dismembering her body and crimes of a sexual nature, though the precise details were not specified. Read More »

Real Sociedad 0-0 Barcelona


Lionel Messi and Co. were unstoppable in the second half, ripping the home defense apart with some world-class play. Barcelona says Ousmane Dembele is injured again and will be sidelined for up to a month. This means that the 30-year-old Catalan hero has in fact netted more himself in La Liga this term than Real's top-four goalscorers combined, quite a feat considering the usual prolificacy of the capital's all whites. Read More »

UK police say death of Dolores O'Riordan is not suspicious


O'Riordan's distinctive Irish lilt and yodel helped fuel the Cranberries' rapid rise in the early 1990s with global hits "Linger", "Dreams" and " Zombie ". In 2014, O'Riordan was accused of assaulting three police officers and a flight attendant during a flight from NY to Ireland. "The news of her passing is devastating", he said. Read More »

Ford Mustang Bullitt Limited Edition revealed


The recently rediscovered Mustang GT from the 1968 movie was on display, and actor Molly McQueen - granddaughter of Steve - did the honours of presenting the new auto. The 1968 film " Bullitt " stars legendary actor Steve McQueen and has one of the best vehicle chase scenes in film - ever. The name " Mach 1 " had earlier been used for Ford Mustangs. Read More »

Romania's PM resigns after Social Democrats withdraw backing for him


Mihai Tudose's resignation comes amid growing tensions with PSD leader Liviu Dragnea, who can not be prime minister because of a suspended jail sentence he received for rigging a referendum. An open row between Tudose and Interior Minister Carmen Dan, one of Dragnea's closest allies, over the way the latter handled a pedophilia case in the police force aggravated internal party skirmishes. Read More »

US again accepting DACA renewal requests after judge bucks Trump


The Trump White House rescinded DACA on September 5, announced by Attorney General Jeff Sessions, causing a flurry of those known as dreamers to rush to renew their eligibility before an October deadline. Joe Manchin of West Virginia said lawmakers need to move on from the controversy sparked by Trump's reported Oval Office comments. Trump took particular issue with the idea that people who'd fled to the USA after disasters hit their homes in places such as El Salvador, Guatemala and ... Read More »

Serbian party leader killed in Kosovo


Leading Kosovo Serb politician Oliver Ivanovic was killed in a brazen drive-by shooting on Tuesday that could reignite ethnic tensions in the region. Reports say unknown assailants opened fire on Ivanovic in front of the offices of his Citizens' Initiative Party. Read More »

SC law enforcement officers shot


According to the York County Sheriff's Office, the officers responded to the domestic violence call around 10 p.m. Monday. The first officer to be shot was with the K-9 team, shortly after 1 a.m. A reverse 911 call was issued, warning residents of the area to stay in their homes, officials said. Sheriff's spokesman Trent Faris said the wounded officers have been taken to Carolinas Medical Center in Charlotte, North Carolina. Read More »

Abbas condemns Trump's 'deal of the century,' Israel's 'killing' of Oslo Accords


Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas said it disqualified the US from its traditional role as mediator of the peace process. The Palestinian president railed at President Donald Trump in a fiery, two-hour-long speech on Sunday, saying "shame on you" for his treatment of the Palestinians and warning that he would have no problem rejecting what he suggested would be an unacceptable peace plan. Read More »

Churches Firebombed Ahead of Pope Francis' Visit to Chile


And massive crowds are expected at almost every place Pope Francis will visit, and to line the streets to see his Pope-mobile. The situation for the Church was complicated last week by the leak in Chile of a 2015 letter from the pope to local bishops showing that the Vatican had planned to ask Barros to take a one-year leave at the end of his previous post in 2014. Read More »

I should not be favourite at 36

The first, can Federer and Nadal replicate their magic from last year, and if either of them can win the first major of the year to keep their run going - better still, will it be another Fedal final? The draws are always tough, I must admit. Read More »

India's top judges accuse Chief Justice of undue influence in hearings


This serves only to recognize the privilege of the head judge for an efficient functioning of the court , and is not a recognition of any superior power over the other judges of the court. "The chief justice of India should have looked into the matter beforehand", members of the Delhi Bar Association told reporters. And on the behalf of four judges, the second most senior judge Justice Chelameswar said the SC administration is not in order since last two months. Read More »

Johnson Sirleaf expelled from ruling party


Johnson-Sirleaf was expelled together with legendary political activist and UP senator Commany Wesseh, Madam Medina Wesseh and Patrick Worzie. Johnson Sirleaf, a Nobel Peace Prize laureate who has been in power for 12 years, denies the party's allegations that she held inappropriate private meetings with election magistrates before the October 10 vote. Read More »

Glowing Red Lava Rolls Down Slopes of Philippine Volcano


As this develops, NDRRMC spokesperson Mina Marasigan said that evacuation of all civilians from the seven-kilometer danger zone had been completed. "The lava flow has reached some areas around three kilometres away from the volcano". Hospital officials were on alert for cases related to the ash eruptions . The volcano's most destructive eruption was in February 1814, when lava buried a town and killed 1,200 people. Read More »