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Surveillance video shows moment before model shot in neck, crashes auto


The other 2 drivers emerged with minor injuries, but Kelsey was rushed to the hospital in critical condition - and things got only worse from then, as doctors discovered a gunshot wound to her neck. "It seems to us to be random at this time". "We have no reports of anyone reporting any gunfire, no reports of anybody driving erratically". Quayle moved to Atlanta just a few months ago to a pursue a career in modeling. Read More »

Trump Doubles Down on Climate Change Denial on "60 Minutes"


Why should I pledge to you? Trump just went on another rant against the mainstream media, when Stahl interrupted him and said that she was changing the subject. Trump has called climate change a hoax perpetuated by China in the past, but in the interview, seemed to partly reverse his position. The answer that Stahl wants-and, one presumes, that most Trump critics want-is an unequivocal statement that the president will pull out of virtually all contact with the Saudis. Read More »

Zlatan Ibrahimovic meets Thailand cave rescue boys on The Ellen DeGeneres Show


When events turned calamitous, they went into defensive mode. Asked about their fears while inside, the translator said, "They weren't scared". They always had hope. These days, they are all "healthy" and doing "fine". 'They all want a good education and have good jobs and be professional soccer players so they can take care of their families, ' the translator explained. Read More »

Russian envoy denounces Britain's 'aggressive anti-Russian campaign'


Asked about claims of GRU worldwide computer hacking attempts, including at the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons in The Hague, he said: "of course I deny". "Bilateral high-level political dialogue is now frozen", he stressed, adding that it was done by the British government. That was not our initiative. Read More »

Trump on Mocking Christine Ford at Rally: ‘It Doesn’t Matter. We Won’


I had one beer! "I'm not going to get into it". 'I don't remember.' Where is the place? 'I don't remember.' Where is the place? I don't remember. How many years ago was it? 'What neighborhood was it in? But I had one beer that's the only thing I remember!' "We stood up to the mob, and we also stood up for the presumption of innocence in this country", McConnell said. Read More »

Hurricane Michael: Dozens still missing on Florida coast


Few structures appeared to survive without damage, and many were destroyed, scoured down by wind and water to slabs. Hurricane Michael cleared from the southeastern USA, but the damage left in its wake was devastating. President Donald Trump will visit the storm-hit region later on Monday. "We are working very hard on every area and every state that was hit-we are with you!" Bill Shockey, 86, refused to leave Mexico Beach despite his daughter's pleas. Read More »

Turkey has video of murdered Khashoggi Saudi journalist


But Trump also reiterated his earlier concerns that any punishment shouldn't impact trade with Saudi Arabia, signaling that cutting off USA military sales to the kingdom may not be an option. Despite his own contentious relationship with the press, Trump acknowledged that Khashoggi's status as a journalist means there is "a lot at stake" as the US decides how to respond. Read More »

Pope defrocks two Chilean bishops over sex abuse crisis


The Vatican's unusually detailed statement announcing the laicization of retired Archbishop Francisco Jose Cox Huneeus and retired Bishop Marco Antonio Ordenes Fernandez signaled a new degree of transparency following past missteps by Francis that showed he had grossly underestimated the gravity of the abuse scandal. Read More »

Germany: 'Hostage situation' at Cologne train station


Authorities ordered an evacuation of the station, which is a main hub for rail traffic across Germany and western Europe. "Eye-witnesses reported hearing shots, others spoke of smoke bombs, but we can not confirm any of that so far", a police spokesman told news channel NTV . Read More »

Sen. Warren Releases DNA Test Supporting Native American Ancestry


During a town hall meeting on September 29 in Holyoke, Warren said that she plans on taking a "hard look" at running for president in 2020 following the midterm elections on November 6. The DNA results report could, at least, eliminate that as a line of attack. "I have a feeling she will say no, but we will hold it for the debates". Read More »

Sole crossing between Syria and Israel-occupied Golan reopens


The Syrian driving it, Hisham Falyoun, told AFP news agency: "I wanted to be the first person to cross to show everyone that Syria is safe, Syria is back". The recapture of Naseeb crossing marked a major victory for Assad's forces, which have been on a winning streak since 2015 when Russian Federation threw its military weight behind Damascus. Read More »

5-Foot Python Falls From Ceiling During Staff Meeting In China


The snake then slithered away and sought refuge under some furniture nearby, Global News reports. Remarkably, it is the second time the Nanning branch had been visited by a snake in the past year. The python is non-venomous, and it was handed over to the region's Wildlife Rescue Research and Epidemic Monitoring Centre for disposal, according to officers from the centre. Read More »

Several months' worth of rain: French flash floods claim lives


Another person was killed when their house collapsed. Television images showed waters coursing through French towns and villages, with cars stranded in the floods and piled up on top of each other like children's toys. As helicopters hovered overheard, Aude prefect Alain Thirion said worsening weather was hampering rescue operations. National emergency services spokesman Michael Bernier said 13 people had been killed and one person was still missing. Read More »

Princess Eugenie And Jack Brooksbank's Official Wedding Portraits Are Intimate And Lovely


The event gathered a whole heap of celebrity friends along with royal family members and a few fancy randoms, with everyone attending receiving a gift bag for devoting their time to the newlyweds. Queen Elizabeth's granddaughter married Mr Brooksbank at Windsor Castle on Friday (local time) in front of celebrities and Britain's senior Royals, including Prince Harry and wife Meghan, who Wednesday at the same venue in May. Read More »

Plane accident in central Germany leaves 3 people dead


According to a Bild newspaper report, three people were fatally injured. It is now believed that eight others were injured during the crash but police have said their wasn't a crowd at the site during the time of the incident. Five other people - the four on board the plane and an eyewitness - were suffering from shock. The plane came from the Mannheim area of southwestern Germany and had been on an excursion to the Wasserkuppe. Read More »

Israel's Supreme Court Intervenes in US Student’s Deportation


Alqasem, reportedly of Palestinian descent, is said to have been president of a chapter of Students for Justice in Palestine during her undergraduate studies at the University of Florida. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu defended his government's handling of the case, saying every country has the right to decide who enters its borders. Read More »

Cops: He Went After Son With Chainsaw, Lost His Own Leg


His son, who was not identified, ran over his father with the lawn mower as a way to defend himself, the press release stated. A fight between a father wielding a chainsaw and son mowing his lawn ended with an amputation and an attempted second-degree murder charge. Read More »

Trump says climate change not a hoax, not sure of its source


Trump was asked how he plans to deal with Saudi Arabia if it turns out they were responsible for the disappearance of Jamal Khashoggi , the journalist and Saudi dissident who vanished inside their consulate in Istanbul. "Give me a break", Trump said. They wouldn't be able to help me at all. "Call Russia. It's so ridiculous", he told CBS. In one portion of the interview, Trump seemed to suggest that he bears no responsibility for the divided sociopolitical state of the country, and instead ... Read More »

Trump says Robert E. Lee comment was actually a Grant 'shoutout'


New York Governor Andrew Cuomo, a possible Democratic contender for president in 2020, attacked Trump for his reported remarks about Lee on Friday, alleging that Trump was "releasing a cancer into the body politic of America", adding that "when you start to unleash hate, when you fan the flames of racism and division, you can create a fire that is out of control". Read More »

Harry and Meghan arrive in Sydney for first royal tour


Prince Harry and Meghan Markle landed in Australia on Monday a day before the official start of their first overseas tour as a married couple. Meghan Markle is all about her girl squad, even when she's traveling across the world for a major royal tour. Read More »

Trump threatens another round of China tariffs

On the tried and trusted subject of Russia's alleged, but unproven interference in the 2016 presidential elections, Trump said that while he believes Russian Federation did meddle, " China meddled too", and China is " a bigger problem ". Read More »

Move refugees to Australia now


She said a pre-teenage girl doused herself with petrol in a suicide attempt last month, and remained on Nauru despite a doctor's advice to have her evacuated. "This reflects both the longstanding poor healthcare situation under offshore processing, and a recent worsening of conditions". "In Papua New Guinea there have been no re-transfers to Australia this year". Read More »

Saudis ready to retaliate after threat of sanctions


Turkish officials say they believe Khashoggi was killed inside the Saudi mission and lurid claims suggesting he was tortured and even dismembered have been leaked to the media. One of the members of the group, according to CNN , has been identified by Turkey's official Anadolu news agency and the Sabah newspaper as Salah Muhammed al-Tubaiqi, whom the media outlets say is listed on an official Saudi health website as the head of the forensic medicine department at the Interior Ministry. Read More »

Trump on climate change

It was only with Trump's executive order that children were taken from families. "I don't think it's a hoax , I think there's probably a difference", he told journalist Lesley Stahl . Last week, he had more than half a dozen interviews and informal Q&A sessions with reporters, including a freewheeling 45-minute phone call with "Fox & Friends", a chat with reporters aboard Air Force One and a surreal Oval Office meeting with rapper Kanye West. Read More »

Prince Harry, Meghan arrive in Sydney ahead of Invictus Games

Meghan , 37, smiled and waved at fans and looked effortlessly chic in a black turtle-neck and maroon scarf. Prince Harry and his wife Meghan touched down on a Qantas flight in Sydney early on a drizzly Sydney morning. The couple will mark the games' launch and closing ceremony in Sydney. The royal couple arrived in Sydney at 6.04am on a British Airways flight in a low-key arrival for the first of their 76 engagements across Australia, Fiji, Tonga and New Zealand to begin on Tuesday. Read More »

Round of talks don't resolve Brexit problems ahead of summit


She also denied the DUP's recent actions - including a threat to vote down the budget - represented the party "flexing muscle". As Theresa May fights to keep her party and Cabinet together, sceptical MPs have been invited to Downing Street for a series of lunch and dinner meetings in a bid to ease fears about the Brexit talks. Read More »

Union Minister MJ Akbar 'sends resignation' through Email


Questioning the timing of the accusations, he asked how the allegations surfaced only ahead of the Lok Sabha elections that are due in 2019. Allegation: Former Mint Lounge editor was the first to call him out stating that her article in Vogue India in October 2017 where she called out a celebrity editor for his inappropriate behaviour. Read More »

Saudis reject threats amid concern over writer

The king phoned Erdogan "to thank the president for welcoming the kingdom's proposal to form a joint working group to discuss the disappearance of Saudi citizen Jamal Khashoggi ". In a statement posted on Twitter, the Saudis welcomed the joint effort and said the kingdom was keen "to sustain the security and safety of its citizenry, wherever they might happen to be". Read More »