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21 people hospitalized after wreck involving Greyhound bus, semi trucks


Seven people were hurt after a Greyhound bus that was headed for Nashville crashed with multiple commercial vehicles on southbound Interstate 65, CBS affiliate WTVF reports . The state police investigation outlines a chain-reaction crash. "We had several more folks who just slid off the road, where we assisted them, called a wrecker and got them on their way", Hodges said. Read More »

Koreas progress in talks despite North's threats

If six North Korean athletes end up joining the team, as South and North Korea have tentatively agreed , the team's official size must be increased from 23 to 29 to ensure that South Korean athletes are not disadvantaged. The North's delegates at yesterday's meeting included Hyon Song-Wol, the leader of Pyongyang's famed all-female Moranbong music band, raising expectations the band would perform in the South. Read More »

Lambert: Stoke too good to go down


But Lambert , who formally took over on Tuesday after watching Monday's 3-0 defeat at Manchester United from the stands, said he was confident they could avoid relegation. "They shouldn't be in the position they're in, but the reality is they are", he said. "I'm 100 percent sure that we have enough to stay up". "In the Premier League every game is hard whether at home or away". Read More »

'Out!' - President Trump tosses CNN reporter out of Oval Office


Trump has famously dubbed CNN "fake news" and pointed directly at Acosta and called him by the disparaging moniker in the past. The comment follows global outrage over Trump's reported vulgar language during a bipartisan meeting with lawmakers last week, when he reportedly questioned why the US needs more immigrants from Haiti and "shithole countries" like those in Africa. Read More »

Jind Rape-Murder Case: Suspected Accused Found Dead In Haryana's Kurukshetra


The incident took place on Tuesday and police, after getting the information, arrested the accused and sent him to juvenile justice board. Role of police is to probe, nab criminal & prove things. Both had confessed to luring the girl to their house before raping and killing her, Sharma said. Multiple rape incidents make us hang our head low in shame. Read More »

Qatari royal member leaves for Kuwait after alleged detention in UAE


The UAE Civil Aviation Authority did not say which airlines were involved, but Bahrain's state news agency BNA said the first flight was from Emirates. Bahrain yesterday released radar tracks showing Qatari fighter jets dangerously passing by Emirati commercial airliners on their way to the Kingdom. Read More »

Trump Comments, Violent Africans, Set Up America's Interests Back

Republicans struggled to get their stories straight Tuesday as President Donald Trump's Homeland Security secretary became the latest GOP official to offer an inconclusive version of a meeting in which Trump is said to have used vulgar remarks that have been criticized as racist . Read More »

Airbnb now lets users pay in two instalments


In tests, 40% of guests chose to take the Pay Less Up Front option. The new feature, called Pay Less Up Front , will let customers stagger the cost of accommodation. Airbnb says that this is great for the hosts as well since they won't lose out on bookings from cash flow-sensitive guests as they can now pay in installments instead of having to pay the entire amount upfront. Read More »

Trump Got A Perfect Score On A Cognitive Assessment Test

However, Dr Jackson added that Mr Trump could benefit from a lower-fat diet and more exercise. Trump's mental fitness for the job had come under intense scrutiny after a recently published, controversial book, " Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House", portrayed him as childlike and mercurial. Read More »

Republican Senator Compares Trump to Stalin for Attacks on the Media


Flake, who is retiring, has promised to speak out against the Trump administration when necessary, and his remarks Wednesday were timed to line up with the expected date of Trump's "Most Dishonest and Corrupt Media Awards", although White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders suggested on Tuesday that the event might not go forward on Wednesday. Read More »

Trump is in excellent health, doctor says


Steve Bannon could be forced to testify before a grand jury as part of Special Counsel Robert Mueller's Trump-Russia probe. Bannon has also been issued with a subpoena by special counsel Robert Mueller, who is in charge of the criminal investigation into the alleged Russian Federation collusion, the New York Times citing anonymous sources. Read More »

Winter Storm Continues Through Evening


A strong cold front moving east into the Mid-Atlantic and Southeast early this morning will bring accumulating snow across south-central Virginia into central North Carolina. Be prepared for significant reductions in visibility at times. Throughout the South and Northeast, winter weather advisories are also in effect, extending as far south as the western Florida panhandle and southern Texas. Read More »

Majority of National Park Service advisory board resigns


Tony Knowles (D), handed in their resignations. The non-partisan panel included Republican members, said Knowles, who was the Democratic governor of Alaska from 1994 to 2002. The cuts would further hinder the National Park Service's ability to preserve natural resources. As of early Wednesday morning, the Interior Department has yet to comment on the resignations. Read More »

GOP Senators Think Trump Said 'Shithouse' Not 'Shithole'


When it came to talk of extending protections for Haitians, Durbin said Trump replied, "We don't need more Haitians'". The President and all those attending the meeting know what I said and how I feel. DHS Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen is testifying before the Senate Judiciary Committee. Sen. Delivered at 11 a.m. Monday-Friday. Trump posted on Monday.Durbin, the only Democrat at a White House meeting last Thursday about immigration, said Trump asked why the USA continues to accept ... Read More »

Donald Trump insists he is 'not racist' in wake of derogatory comments


Trump wants immigrants who are wealthy enough to get "bone-spur" deferments from serving in the military, instead of serving and dying for the US like so many immigrants have from countries Trump would deem s-holes. Asked what he thinks about people who think he is racist, Trump said, "No, No". The point, after all, is this: The President of the United States, in a meeting with a bipartisan group of senators and congressman, derided countries primarily populated by black and brown people ... Read More »

Veteran Sues VA Department For Surgery That Left Scalpel In His Body


The object, lying between Turner's bladder and rectum, was not removed until April 2017, after Turner "experienced severe abdominal pain" during a March 2017 MRI, according to court documents. Faxon also expressed concerns that there could be long-term damage. "You have an administration run by Donald J. Trump, who claims to be a friend of the veteran", Faxon told the Globe. Read More »

TRUMPadelphia: S-hole countries and the business of governing


Lawmakers and other politicians were at odds Sunday about whether they think Congress will be able to reach an immigration deal amid the outcry over President Donald Trump's remarks about immigrants from certain countries last week. The poll sampled almost 2,200 adults from January 10-12. Trump opponents say a big reason why they hold their views is because they don't like his policies and "he's disrespected people like me". Read More »

White House Physician: Trump's Cognitive Exam Came Back "Normal"


Meanwhile, it seems that Fire and Fury , the book by Michael Wolff, may have inspired Special Counsel Robert Mueller to decide it was time to talk with Bannon as well. "If he's going to go [to a congressional committee] voluntarily, he can testify before the grand jury". The battle over the reach and limits of executive privilege erupted on Tuesday as Bannon met behind closed doors with members of the House intelligence committee, which issued its own subpoena for his testimony. Read More »

Nirmala Sitharaman undertakes sortie in Su-30, scripts history


The supersonic jet took off from the Air Force station at Jodhpur, where one of the Sukhoi squadrons is based, at 1 pm, rose to a height of 8000 metres and broke the sound barrier. The sortie is likely to last for 30 minutes, defence sources said. She is taking stock of the operational preparedness of the IAF. The aircraft is made in India by Hindustan Aeronautics Ltd. Read More »

Donald Trump must apologise for comments: African Union

Jerrold Nadler, D-N.Y., said in a joint statement Friday that they were "deeply disturbed and offended" by the language. "The point is that since the New Deal, since the beginnings of modern civil rights era, no president has ever said anything publicly as explicitly racist as what we've heard from President Trump ", historian and emeritus of Princeton University Daniel Rodgers told Vice News . Read More »

Sen. Paul Says He Was Targeted for Defending Trump Against Racism

Perdue says Durbin and Republican Sen. A confidant of Trump's told The Associated Press that the president spent Thursday evening calling friends and outside advisers to judge their reaction to his remarks. The president finally addressed the disparaging remarks in person as he was headed to dinner at his golf club in West Palm Beach with House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-CA). Read More »

Sean Payton on doing 'Skol' clap: 'Good playoff fun'


The Saints couldn't not have drafted much better in 2017. "It's the same way I felt two days ago, the same way I felt 12 years ago". "Not right now", Payton said, via the Saints official website. "I feel like we have a great window of opportunity [for a Super Bowl]". Speaking post-match on Sunday, Brees said: "I think you look back at the things we accomplished and some of the memories that were made and the relationships that were built and the way this team came together". Read More »

Hope Hicks Asked To Testify In House Intelligence Committee's Trump-Russia Probe


The subpoena may have been a negotiating tactic to convince Mr Bannon to sit down with Mr Mueller for a less-formal interview in the special counsel's offices, legal experts said . Donald Trump's resting heart rate is reported to be 68 and his blood pressure 122/74. Bannon was also one of the officials Trump Jr. emailed about his repeated contacts with WikiLeaks in September 2016, according to documents obtained by The Atlantic. Read More »

Now it's Robert Mueller's turn to examine Steve Bannon


Jackson said he had recommended a diet control and exercise, but the president seemed to prefer the former - diet . "This was the first time we saw a witness refuse to answer the questions under the instructions of the White House or claim that the White House might later invoke privilege", Schiff said. Read More »

Meadows: GOP Leaders Don't Have Enough Support to Avoid a Shutdown

But we can help gauge the odds. Mitchell McConnellGOP strategist donates to Alabama Democrat McConnell names Senate GOP tax conferees Brent Budowsky: A plea to Alabama voters MORE (R-Ky.) is urging Democrats to support a short-term funding bill needed to prevent a government shutdown despite an increasingly heated fight over immigration. Read More »

Jeremy Corbyn tightens grip on Labour machine as allies win party elections


The three new positions were created in response to a surge in party membership, after thousands of Corbyn supporters joined the party in the wake of his election as leader three years ago. "Only the Conservatives are working to ensure that when the United Kingdom leaves the EU we take back control of our laws, money and borders - Labour just can't be trusted to deliver on leaving the European Union". Read More »

Oprah's speech ignites frenzied U.S. speculation


I've never gone in to lose in my life. Despite Winfrey's popularity - she scored nearly 10 points higher than Mr Trump in a favourability poll a year ago - most Americans say they don't want her to run. "She had Donald Trump - this is before politics - her last week and she had Donald Trump and my family, it was very nice", the President said. Except, real or imagined, Winfrey's path to the White House will not be without a few bumps. Read More »

Japan's foreign minister visits Myanmar Rohingya villages


The UN High Commissioner for Refugees and the International Organisation for Migration said their offers to help with the process have not been taken up by the two countries. "We have been clear in our condemnation of the awful atrocities that have occurred in Rakhine State; we have now raised Burma five times at the UN Security Council to keep the global community's attention focused on this crisis and we continue to engage with the Burmese authorities at the most senior levels to urge the ... Read More »

GOP Lacking Votes To Keep Government Open


But Democratic aides say that group is at its most nascent stages and far from any actual deal-making. Lawmakers are now faced with tight budget caps, agreed to in 2011, that limit how much they can spend for the rest of fiscal year 2018 and beyond. Read More »

DHS Chief Faces Senate Questions Over Trump Comments, Immigration Policy


Nielsen said Trump told the group, "He'd like to move away from a country-based quota system to a merit-based quota system". The report did not consider terrorist activity by people born in the United States. White House press secretary Sarah Sanders says President Donald Trump is "not going to apologize for trying to fix our immigration system", as the fall-out continues from Trump's reported use of a vulgarity to describe some African countries. Read More »

Bayeux Tapestry 'going on display in UK' for first time


The Elysee official said the loan fitted into Mr Macron's strategy for the revival of European sovereignty and democracy, detailed in a speech in Athens in September past year during which he spoke about the importance of cultural and historic ties between European nations. Read More »