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'Miracle': Montana Authorities Find Abandoned Infant Alive Who Was Buried


While deputies were looking for Crowley, a 911 call came in saying he had returned to the hot springs. The sheriff's office said Crowley appeared to be "under the influence of drugs and was not making sense to officers". Police believe the baby had been left unattended in the woods for a minimum of nine hours. "He suffered some minor scrapes and bruising but overall is in good health", sheriff's spokeswoman Brenda Bassett said in a statement Monday. Read More »

Jeremy Hunt: Japanese-speaking ‘survivor’ is UK’s new foreign minister

Staunch Brexiteer Dominic Raab was named as Mr Davis's replacement as Secretary of State for Leaving the EU. Former Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt leaves No. He wrote: "Since I can not in all conscience champion these proposals, I have sadly concluded that I must go". "I like Theresa May, I think she's a good prime minister", Davis said. Read More »

Boris Johnson quits as UK Foreign Secretary

However, Mr Johnson - whose departure on Monday followed that of Brexit Secretary David Davis and several junior figures - accused Mrs May of pursuing a "semi-Brexit". "There is now a new secretary of state and we look forward to moving on, " he said. Leading proponents of Brexit called on her to abandon the deal struck with the Cabinet last Friday at Chequers, her country retreat outside London. Read More »

Turkey train crash: 10 dead after horror derailment


Turkey's official Anadolu news agency said two engineers were called in for questioning at the prosecutor's office. At least 100 ambulances were dispatched to the scene, Anadolu reported . Television images showed emergency personnel walking to reach the crash site. "Many of those injured have been taken off the site". Turkish authorities, including President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, have said the derailment is being fully investigated. Read More »

Departing Brexit minister quits over 'dangerous' United Kingdom policy


However, Mr Johnson - whose departure on Monday followed that of Brexit Secretary David Davis and several junior figures - accused Mrs May of pursuing a "semi-Brexit". While International Development Secretary Penny Morduant immediately welcomed the decision saying Rabb is " highly capable, across the issues, attention to detail, Leave supporter and pragmatist ", others said Davis' resignation has plunged Britain into " absolute chaos ". Read More »

McConnell calls Kavanaugh a ‘superb’ court pick


With President Trump about to make his Supreme Court nomination , one top Democrat is so anxious he's urging his colleagues to put the country before their own careers. Another is adopting a narrow interpretation of the 1992 case that prohibited states from imposing "undue burden" on women seeking abortions; such a move would give states the power to make it so onerous for women to receive abortions that they, in practice, can not get them. Read More »

"Pay $200,000 For Overtime": Former Donald Trump Driver Sues His Company


Noel Cintron , who has served the real estate mogul for 25 years, has filed suit against Trump claiming thousands of hours of unpaid overtime. Cintron received a $7,000 bump in 2010 that raised his salary to $75,000, but he doesn't consider that a raise because it was the same year Trump took away his health care, the suit says. Read More »

President Trump narrows high court pick to 4 -- or 3 or 2


He expressed renewed interest in Hardiman - the runner-up when Trump nominated Gorsuch, said two people with knowledge of his thinking who were not authorized to speak publicly. Barrett has excited social conservatives since she was questioned about her Roman Catholic faith in her nomination hearings previous year, but her brief time on the bench has raised questions. Read More »

Syrian State Media Reports Air Defenses Hit Israeli Warplane, Thwarting Attack


However, Syria's state-controlled SANA news agency quoted on Sunday a military source as saying that Syrian air forces intercepted an Israeli attack and downed a number of missiles which were targeting the base. Israel's air force has struck scores of targets it described as Iranian deployments or arms transfers to Iran-backed Hezbollah. Israel said that it won't tolerate any Iranian influence in Syria. Read More »

Protesters confront McConnell outside Kentucky restaurant


He is seen in the film walking past them, turning a corner, and getting into a vehicle. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is the latest Republican to learn going to a restaurant in this political climate is dicey. The Department of Transportation Secretary and the Senate Majority Leader were approached by students as they made their way to their auto outside the Copley Formal Lounge on the university campus in Washington, DC. Read More »

Boris Johnson quits as British foreign minister


Theresa May is having a tough time holding her government together. There are also claims she may struggle to get Brexit legislation through Parliament, as her now free ministers exert pressure from the Commons backbenches. While Johnson was one of the most high-profile Brexit campaigners, Hunt backed "Remain" during the 2016 referendum campaign. "Two secretaries of state have resigned and still we are no clearer as to what our future relationship with our nearest neighbors and biggest ... Read More »

Trump nominates conservative Judge Brett Kavanaugh to Supreme Court


Circuit Court of Appeals, was still IN contention but that the Republican president had been asking more questions about the other two, who have more extensive judicial records. Joe Donnelly, West Virginia Sen. Feinstein is the ranking Democrat on the Judiciary Committee. "Maybe a handful of Democrats will vote for a Trump pick because they have to politically". Read More »

An Iranian teenager was detained for posting dance videos on Instagram


Dozens of videos are being shared by Iranian women on social media dancing in support with a teenag girl who was arrested for posting dancing videos on Instagram. "People would laugh at you if you tell anyone in the world that [in Iran] they arrest 17-year-olds and 18-year-olds for dancing, being happy and being attractive, for spreading indecency, and instead pedophiles are free", a blogger tells the Guardian . Read More »

Ohio Abuse Scandal Spurs Blaming of the "Deep State"


Jordan was an assistant coach on the wrestling team from the mid-1980s through the mid-1990s - long before he entered Congress. Strauss died in 2005. He questioned why the focus has been on wrestling, noting that OSU is investigating abuse in other sports, and said while he can not speak for all former OSU wrestlers, he never saw inappropriate behavior from Strauss and never heard of any during his time at the school. Read More »

North Korea talks sidelining human rights: United Nations rapporteur


The North Korean statement indicated such gestures hadn't gone far enough, saying the USA moves were "highly reversible" and left its military force intact "without scraping even a rifle". "The U.S. should make a serious consideration of whether the toleration of the headwind against the wills of the two top leaders would meet the aspirations and expectations of the world people as well as the interests of its country", the statement concluded. Read More »

USA puts fierce squeeze on breastfeeding policy, shocking health officials


While Ecuador had plans to introduce the initiative, the country later made a decision to drop it after the USA reportedly issued threats of economic retaliation. The US said last month that it was leaving the UN Human Rights Council, citing anti-Israel bias, and President Donald Trump has made critiquing the status quo of major worldwide compacts a hallmark of his approach, from trade agreements to military and security partnerships. Read More »

Harry Kane Odds on for the Golden Boot


It's all a far cry from two years ago when Kane was in the England side humiliated by Iceland at the Euros. "Obviously it's been a long time since England have done well in a major tournament", Kane said after the 2-0 quarter-final win over Sweden . Read More »

Trump Making Supreme Court Pick to Cement Conservative Majority

Asked by reporters how many people were being considered, the president said: "Let's say it's the four people ... they're excellent, every one". "They're good judges, " Blunt said on NBC's "Meet the Press". Federal judge Brett Kavanaugh is often mentioned as being the one candidate who checks all the boxes important to Trump. Read More »

Britain will not put Brexit deal to a new referendum: PM May


May will bring her Brexit deal to the Parliament later this year, when conservatives could vote against the agreement, Bloomberg reported. Asked whether he would support a leadership challenge against Prime Minister May, Rees-Mogg refused to rule out the prospect but said a change in policy was more important than a change in leadership. Read More »

How significant is Trump's Supreme Court pick?


But the four judges who are apparently the finalists for President Donald Trump's second Supreme Court nomination are being measured against a set of questions that go well beyond age and ideology. But Trump's final decision remained far from clear, and the president wants to keep the guessing game going. Both are conservative jurists in the mold of Trump's previous Supreme Court pick, Gorsuch. Read More »

Jailed Iran teen 'confesses' to immoral Instagram dance videos

Iranian state TV showed Hojabri and other detainees confessing to breaking moral conventions, according to the Associated Press , who reported that it was "unclear whether her statement was made under duress". "I only do gymnastics". Protesting the girl's arrest, a number of women posted videos of themselves dancing online. Social media users shared videos and messages supporting the young dancer, using hashtags such as one that translates as #dancing_isn't_a_crime. Read More »

Lebanese woman sentenced to eight years for 'insulting' Egypt


El-Mazboh hit a nerve when she ranted about the state of the country, saying the people were the "dirtiest people on earth", saying it's s "country of pimps... The allegations drew a strong reaction online, with some Egyptians calling for Ms Mazbouh's arrest and lodging a complaint against her. Also using curses, she railed against what she described as the country's deteriorating public services and unchallenged sexual harassment. Read More »

UK foreign secretary quits in protest over May’s Brexit plan


There was no immediate statement from Mr Johnson, another loud pro-Brexit voice within Ms May's divided government. British Prime Minister Theresa May sits with Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson as she holds the first Cabinet meeting of her new team inside 10 Downing Street, in London , on June 12, 2017. Read More »

Schoolgirl alleges rape by principal, teachers, students


Reacting on the complaint filed by the teenager, the Bihar police on Friday arrested two teachers, the principal and two students in connection with the gang-rape case. She was also blackmailed by two teachers who had obtained the video, it has been alleged. The police sent the victim to the Sadar Hospital for medical examination. Read More »

Duduzani Zuma released on bail, case postponed until 2019


The court is to charge Zuma junior for his role in trying to bribe former deputy finance minister Mcebisi Jonas. Bail of R100,000 was granted, and Duduzane Zuma was ordered to hand in his passport. He was briefly detained upon arrival at Johannesburg's OR Tambo International Airport this week. The state's lawyers said they were still investigating the case against him. Read More »

One dead after helicopter crashed into residence


Before the helicopter involved was identified by the FAA, the Navy had confirmed to News 3 that all Naval Station Norfolk and Naval Air Station Oceana aircraft were accounted for and no Navy aircraft was involved. She lived in one of the units beneath the crash. The communications office of the College of William & Mary tweeted that an "aviation incident" has been reported in a residential area near Dillard Complex. Read More »

White House close to refusing interview with Russian Federation investigation


Mueller was appointed to take over the previous FBI probe into Trump-Russia "collusion" after former FBI Director James Comey claimed he was sacked by Trump because of how he handled the FBI's Russia probe. According to a Monday CNN report , Giuliani said that it was Comey's own fault if he took that as a serious order. "I have debriefed all their witnesses", he said. Read More »

Will Nirbhaya rapists be spared from hanging? SC to decide today


July 14: The Supreme Court stays till further orders execution of death penalty of two of four convicts - Vinay Sharma and Akshay Thakur. The convicts still have two different processes available for seeking a review of their verdict. After Monday's unsuccessful appeal, the convicts can still file a curative petition - the last legal challenge - to thwart their hanging and also seek a pardon from the president. Read More »