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US President Donald Trump says he might sign 'different' climate deal

According to Nasa , global warming refers to the Earth's rising surface temperature due to rampant use of fossil fuels while climate change refers to the "broad range of global phenomena created predominantly by burning fossil fuels". They're at a record level", Mr Trump continued. In June 2017, Trump announced that the United States would withdraw from the Paris climate agreement because it would be a bad for American workers and businesses and would result in "lost jobs, lower ... Read More »

I would be tougher than May in Brexit talks


A weekend of Tory infighting worsened after the Telegraph obtained a WhatsApp message sent by energy minister Claire Perry in which she described Brexiteers concerned about the £39bn European Union divorce bill as "swivel-eyed" elderly men with no mortgages or young children. Read More »

Cape Town planning disaster operations as water cut-off date looms


Maimane on Monday said he requested the meeting in Ramaphosa's capacity as leader of government business to discuss how their offices can "best work together to tackle the immediate drought crisis" in Cape Town. " Day zero can be avoided if all of us become positive, move beyond politics and appreciate that the reality of climate change is upon us". "We're collaborating with a range of different experts who can give us the best advice". Read More »

Volkswagen supervisory board members demand inquiry into diesel fume tests on monkeys


The New York Times had reported on Friday that research aimed at defending the fuel's impact on the environment was ordered and carried out in 2014. The findings were never published and the EUGT was disbanded in June 2017 over controversy surrounding its work. Stuttgart-headquartered Daimler, meanwhile, was less apologetic, saying in a statement that it had launched an investigation into the incident and that it considered the test "superfluous and repulsive". Read More »

Chris Johnson's Forecast | Snow chances on deck for the Commonwealth


Once again, much like last week, light off and on snow showers are expected with accumulating snow expected in the mountains and very little expected in the valleys. Temperatures will push toward 40. Some sunshine works in later during the day, and it's breezy. Thursday is the next day we will see moisture with a line of showers pushing in ahead of a cold front. Read More »

Modi government to ensure passage of talaq bill


The met leaders of political parties at a meeting in Parliament House on Sunday and also sought their cooperation in ensuring the success of the crucial session during which the would be presented. We should make most use of our healthy system of parliamentary committees. Jaitley will present the current BJP-led NDA regime's last full-fledged budget on February 1, 2018. Read More »

Snow on the way for Monday!


Mostly cloudy with a bit of snow late. Temperatures will climb into the mid 40s Monday afternoon before falling into the low 20s that night. Rain should wrap up by midnight with clearing skies overnight. Temperatures in February are set to plummet with widespread snow showers and rain expected across the country. Enjoy it while you can, we're still keeping an eye on much colder air invading the state late-week along with the threat for more snow chances Thursday and into Friday . Read More »

SpaceX Confirms Date for First Falcon Heavy Launch


The retweet reads: "Subject to change and SpaceX officially saying it, of course". Informing everyone about the maiden Falcon Heavy flight Elon Musk took to Tweeter and said, "Aiming for first flight of Falcon Heavy on February 6 from Apollo launchpad 39A at Cape Kennedy". Read More »

Kings coach Joerger 'all right' after dizzy spell


The Kings (15-33) have the worst record in the Western Conference and already have lost to the Spurs twice this season. The announcement noted Joerger "experienced a momentary episode of light headedness" and wouldn't return to the contest because of "precautionary reasons". Read More »

Jolie hails Jordan's continued support to Syrian refugees


Zaatari is the largest refugee camp for Syrians in Jordan, it hosts around 80,000 Syrian refugees. She called on the worldwide community to continue bearing its responsibilities towards the Kingdom and providing the necessary support to help Jordan provide refugees' needs. Read More »

Korea to have its largest-ever Winter Olympics team at PyeongChang


She now has to take on the heavily-fancied South Koreans on home ice but knows what to expect, having won a 500m World Cup event in Seoul last November and taken double gold at a Pyeongchang test event. "So when my dad was younger skiing in Tahoe, he saw all the racing kids ripping around and he made a mental note saying 'I want my kids to do that, '" Miller said. Read More »

British minister calls for unity after latest Brexit skirmishes


US President Donald Trump threatened a diplomatic blow up after he weighed in on Theresa May's Brexit negotiation skills in an interview on ITV . He says he looks forward to visiting Britain, where he has been invited for a state visit to be hosted by Queen Elizabeth II, and says he doesn't care that some Britons want him to stay away. Read More »

Detroit Police Officer Glenn Doss dies from injuries after shooting


He did what we expect each and every officer to do: "Go out and serve this community with distinction and honor". Doss Jr. had a 9-month-old son, Eli, with his longtime girlfriend, Emily Crouse, the News reports. Doss' father reflected on his family's loss and said: "First of all we want to thank everyone for their prayers and their support that they sent up to God for my son". Read More »

Special prosecutor, Michigan State Police to investigate MSU


He said his goals are to find out who at MSU was aware of Nassar's sexual misconduct, what action they took and why the predatory conduct wasn't stopped. Raisman also calls out the USAG's complicity in Nassar's abuse. The entire board of the US Gymanstics Association has resigned as a result of their prior knowledge of the abuse. Read More »

Attack on military academy in Kabul; gunbattle underway


Witnesses said they heard several explosions and gunfire at around 5:00 am (0030 GMT) at the academy on the outskirts of Kabul where high-ranking military officers are trained. Kabul police spokesman Basir Mujahid said there had been rocket and gunfire but now "it is calm". The attack comes days after an ambulance bomb killed over 100 peoples in the center of Kabul and attack on the Hotel Intercontinental where more than 20 people lost their lives. Read More »

Afghanistan Mourns More Than 100 Dead After Kabul Bombing

He said four people have been arrested in connection with Saturday's attack. Nasrat Rahimi, deputy spokesperson for the Interior Ministry, said the attacker used an ambulance to get through one security checkpoint by telling police he was taking a patient to a nearby hospital. Read More »

Storylines To Watch At This Year's Grammy Awards


Titled, "This Is a Satire by Kendrick Lamar ", the set included fiercely political commentary, including a chilling scene of more than a dozen backup dancers falling to the floor, one by one, while gunshot sounds rang out. To those who would dare try to silence us, we offer two words: "Time's Up", Monae said. British talent were left out of the major categories but Ed Sheeran's Divide is up for best pop vocal album while his track Shape Of You is nominated for best pop solo ... Read More »

GOP Lawmakers Split Over Trump's Latest Immigration Plan


The Trump administration is open to a path to citizenship to some 1.8 million America's so- called " Dreamers " in exchange of the Dollars 25 billion for construction of a wall along the Mexican border and other security measures, officials said today. Read More »

Rep. Jim Himes Calls for Legislation Preventing Trump From Firing Mueller


Ken Starr, the ex-independent counsel who investigated Bill Clinton, said Russian Federation probe special counsel Robert Mueller "should look at" whether President Donald Trump lied about wanting to fire him. Either way, he and Trump's other attorneys encouraged the president to keep Mueller in place. One such suggestion has been adding a judicial review element to a special counsel's dismissal, if the fired party requests it. Read More »

Man in Mumbai dies after being sucked into MRI machine


Since the machine was on, the strong magnetic field of MRI scanner sucked Maru in and he got trapped between the oxygen cylinder he was holding and the MRI machine. However, objects containing metals are not allowed inside the MRI room as they could be pulled by the machine's powerful magnet. Savalaram Agawane, senior police inspector of Agripada police station said prima facie it was a case of negligence on the part of the hospital. Read More »

Finland's president skates to overwhelming re-election win


Finland's 3.5 million registered voters exercised their franchise on Sunday (Jan 28) as polling stations opened at 0700 GMT (1200 hrs IST), and closed at 1800 GMT (2330 hrs IST). Haavisto, the runner-up in the 2012 presidential election, conceded the race long before the vote count was completed, telling Finnish national broadcaster Niinisto "is the republic's new president with this result". Read More »

Afghanistan mourns after ambulance bomb kills dozens

The attacker, driving an ambulance filled with explosives, was able to race through a security checkpoint by saying he was transferring a patient to a hospital. to eradicate the scourge of terrorism". The Taliban says it has stepped up its terror campaign in response to Donald Trump's hardline stance on Afghanistan . Read More »

Donald Trump apologizes for retweeting far-right British group


But in a " Good Morning Britain " interview with Piers Morgan during his trip to Davos this week , Trump apparently apologized after all. According to an article previewing the interview , due to be broadcast on Sunday, he said: "I don't want to cause any difficulty for your country. Read More »

Grammy Awards: Top 5 most-anticipated performances


Unsurprisingly, this is a cause of much frustration for British music fans hoping they can follow along at home. And if you're wondering why some people are wearing white roses on the red carpet , it's similar to all of the black outfits at the Golden Globes - to raise awareness and stand with victims of sexual misconduct. Read More »

UK Brexit chief pledges host of new trade deals for Britain

President Donald Trump says Britain's Prince Harry and his fiancee, American actress Meghan Markle , look like a "lovely couple" and he doesn't know if he's been invited to their May wedding. Whilst left-leaning outlets tend to repeat their regular pro-Remain and anti-Tory routine, right-wing commentators reveal a deeper divide within the Conservative cabinet. Read More »

Tom Brady thankful for another Super Bowl trip

The Eagles needed touchdowns on a blocked punt, interception return and punt return to beat the New England Patriots the last time the teams met in 2015. Credit Danny Amendola's success with the New England Patriots to offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels. And by "it", I'm talking about the Super Bowl. Read More »

(Possible Spoilers) Latest Betting Odds For The Royal Rumble


John Cena , so hopefully, the 2018 edition will deliver something equally as exciting. Reigns winning the rumble at this point makes flawless sense. "I appreciate everyone's confidence [about joining WWE], but I'm actually leaving to Colombia right now to finish shooting [the Mark Wahlberg film] "Mile 22" and I won't be back until mid-February." If they defeat Rollins and Jordan and capture the belts for the fourth time , I don't see why they would be in the Rumble . Read More »

Melania Trump goes to Florida while president is in Switzerland


The Wall Street Journal reported that Trump's personal lawyer brokered a $US130,000 ($A182,000) payment to Daniels in October 2016 to prohibit her from publicly discussing the alleged affair before the election. A pal of Daniels' later told the Slate writer, after Daniels stopped answering his messages, that she had taken the sum. When it was announced that first lady Melania Trump would not be going to Davos, Switzerland, earlier this week, theories abounded as to why. Read More »

Colorado is the highest-represented state on the 2018 US Olympic team


Ten Olympic champions are on the team, including five looking to defend their titles from the 2014 Sochi Games - Jamie Anderson ( snowboarding slopestyle), Maddie Bowman ( freestyle skiing halfpipe), Ted Ligety ( Alpine skiing giant slalom), Mikaela Shiffrin ( Alpine skiing slalom) and David Wise ( freestyle skiing halfpipe). Read More »

Top GOP senator: Special counsel Mueller is 'perfect guy' for Russian Federation probe


Trump reportedly directed White House counsel Don McGahn to fire Mueller , but backed off after McGahn threatened to quit over the order. "I think the president would be best served by never discussing the investigation ever, whether in tweets, except in private conversations with his attorney", she said, adding, however, "it wouldn't hurt" to have Senate legislation to protect a special counsel". Read More »