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The Bachelor's Chris Soules arrested after fatal hit-and-run

The driver was taken by ambulance to a hospital, where he died. Both the truck and the tractor ended up in the ditch. The Buchanan County Attorney said before law enforcement could get to the scene, Soules had allegedly left the scene. If convicted of the charge, Soules could face up to five years in prison and $7,500 in fines. According to multiple reports, former Bachelor star Chris Soules has been arrested after allegedly fleeing the scene of a deadly vehicle crash. Read More »

Most Canadians support foreign-buyer tax

People "should be able to rent or enter the real estate market without making great sacrifices or taking on a huge amount of risk", Wynne said. It would apply to all individuals who are not citizens or permanent residents of Canada and foreign corporations. Read More »

Premier League 2016-17: Martin Atkinson to officiate Manchester Derby on Thursday


In August, the two of them were projected by many to be vying for the title as other clubs looked on - and, given the money that both of them spent in the summer, this may not have been an unreasonable stance. Avoid defeat tomorrow and they will equal the club's record for the longest unbeaten run in a top-flight season - a 24-game sequence enjoyed in 2010-11 by a United team who finished as champions. Read More »

US THAAD Missile Defense Equipment Enters South Korea Site

On Tuesday, North Korea conducted what it called its largest ever combined live-fire drills, near the east coast port city of Wonsan. "Our great leaders founded and wisely led our revolutionary army, and just like that, now our respected Marshal Kim Jong Un is leading wisely, so even though the situation is tense, we are celebrating the day", said Choe Un Byol, who came with his family to the bronze statues of the former leaders. Read More »

Air Force launches unarmed missile in California


It's expected to be cloudy during the overnight hours, but some Northern Californians may see test launch. The F.E. Warren Air Force Base is one of three missile bases overseeing the country's intercontinental ballistic missile forces. Through upgrades, the Air Force says , today's Minuteman system remains state-of-the art and is capable of meeting modern challenges. The missile test comes amidst rising tensions in Korea as the North attempts to develop an ICBM capable of striking targets ... Read More »

QU Poll shows support for legalization of marijuana at 'highest levels'

Only 37 percent of people over the age of 65 thought weed should be legal, compared to over 60 percent of every other age group. And only 23 percent think legalizing marijuana leads to an increase violent crime. Colorado marked $1bn billion in legal marijuana sales in 2016, just 10 months after it legalised the drug. CBS News justice reporter Paula Reid joins CBSN... Read More »

Pakistani military releases 'confessional' video of Taliban spokesman


Ehsan, who was a spokesman for the Taliban and Jamaat-ul-Ahrar, claimed the group "misguided dozens of people, especially the youth, into joining the organisation". "What one can expect from such organizations that elect a leader through draw, and emir [Fazullah] was the one who forcefully married to his teacher's daughter... Read More »

US military begins moving THAAD missile defense to South Korea site

Bishop told AAP on Sunday that North Korea's threats of nuclear strikes against other nations further underlines the need for the regime to abandon its illegal nuclear weapons and ballistic missile programs. A US submarine also stopped in a South Korean port, marking Washington's latest show of force in the region. Chief nuclear negotiators from left to right, Joseph Yun, U.S. Read More »

Ivanka Trump Is Making Out Like a Bandit Under the Trump Administration


Ivanka Trump with her husband Jared Kushner during a dinner with President Donald Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping at Mar-a-Lago. Ivanka's business has been burgeoning since her businessman father stormed into the White House. As White House employees, Kushner and his wife are subject to rules that prohibit them from participating in matters in which they have a financial interest. Read More »

Barghouti's strike part of long road


A leader of a sweeping hunger strike of Palestinian prisoners in Israeli jails was put in solitary confinement on Monday as Israel was seeking to break the protest, officials and local media said. Barghouti's call for the strike has given it added credibility, with the 57-year-old serving five life sentences over his role in the second Palestinian intifada or uprising. Read More »

Trump calls court's sanctuary ruling ridiculous

The Justice Department essentially acknowledged in court that the order was a restating of existing law. However, political experts said this ruling dealt a serious blow to the Trump Administration. Trump's administration and two California governments had sued over the order, San Francisco and Santa Clara County, disagreed about its scope. U.S. Read More »

Erin Moran's likely cause of death revealed

Police in Harrison County, Indiana said that she had been found unresponsive Saturday after authorities received a 911 call. An autopsy of " Happy Days " star Erin Moran showed that she probably died of cancer, according to the Harrison County Sheriff's Office and the county coroner. Read More »

Thai woman has no anger toward Facebook after girl's murder

Jiranuch Trirat kisses the body of her 11-month-old daughter, who was killed by her father who broadcast the murder on Facebook , at a hospital in Phuket , Thailand April 25, 2017. The incident also caught the attention of Phuket Governor Norraphat Plodthong, who expressed his condolences and said the government would extend financial support to the family, if needed. Read More »

Police officer hurt amid protests at nationalist party convention in Germany

A protestor dressed as carnival clown demonstrates in the city center of Cologne, Germany against the party convention of Germany's nationalist party AfD (Alternative for Germany), Saturday, April 22, 2017. Hannelore Kraft, state premier of North-Rhine Westphalia, where the conference is taking place, and Green party leader Cem Ozdemir are due to speak at an anti-AfD rally on Saturday. Read More »

United States tariffs will hurt both sides: Trudeau


The Commerce Department proposed a 20 percent tax on Canadian lumber. Saskatchewan will export 225 million board feet of lumber to the USA this year, which is valued at approximately $114 million . consumers the most. "It is unfounded, and we will vigorously fight for the interests of the Canadian softwood lumber industry, its workers, and their communities". Read More »

Judge cites Trump's comment in 'sanctuary city' ruling

Orrick ruled that the federal government can not threaten to deny money that counties rely on in a way that compels local jurisdictions to adopt certain policies. San Francisco Attorney Dennis Herrera applauded the court's order in sanctuary cities. In a recent court hearing, attorneys for Santa Clara and San Francisco clashed with a Justice Department lawyer who argued that the lawsuit against the administration was premature because no enforcement action has been taken. Read More »

Trump erodes trust: Putin meets Tillerson


Lavrov also said that President Putin had agreed to reactivate a U.S. Lavrov, addressing a news conference, said that Moscow is ready to restore an air safety agreement covering Syria which it had suspended after last week's United States missile strikes on Syria. Read More »

I Dusted Rubio, Bush Before I Even Knew Steve Bannon

However, whether Bannon's potential ouster would be good for feminism is still very much up for debate. Ned Ryun, founder of the conservative group American Majority, told the Associated Press: "It would be a bad signal if Trump were to either force Bannon out or let him go because he is the face of the national populism that inspired a lot of voters to vote for Trump ". Read More »

AAP alleges widespread EVM tampering for BJP's civic poll win

Owning moral responsibility for the AAP's debacle in the municipal elections, senior party leader Dilip Pandey on Wednesday resigned as the party's Delhi convenor. After initial round of counting, BJP was leading in all the three municipalities in Delhi. In South Delhi, it was the largest party with 44 of 104 seats and allied with Independents and others to gain control of the house. Read More »

BJP dedicates civic poll victory to CRPF men martyred in Sukma


Mumbai: Social activist Anna Hazare on Wednesday blamed his former protege and Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal's quest for power, for the Aam Aadmi Party's (AAP) humiliating debacle in the Delhi civic polls. The Bharatiya Janata Party has won 53 wards of the South Delhi Municipal Corporation while it is leading in 12 more. However, the MCD polls were conducted with the help of the EVM machines with recording of around 54 percent voter turnout. Read More »

France urged to reject Le Pen in French presidential vote run-off


Mr Macron is seen beating Ms Le Pen by 61 per cent to 39 per cent in the run-off vote, according to pollster Opinionway yesterday. Brigitte Trogneux and Emmanuel Macron. Seconds after the first projections came through, Macron supporters at a Paris conference centre burst into the national anthem, the Marseillaise. Read More »

'Used To It': Ivanka Trump Faces Boos, Groans With Applause At Berlin

Ivanka Trump drew groans and hisses on Tuesday from an audience in Berlin while defending her father's attitude toward women, but she brushed it aside as "politics" during her first overseas trip as a White House adviser. Ms Trump addressed the issue, saying: "I've certainly heard the criticism from the media, and that's been perpetuated". Ivanka appeared with German Chancellor Angela Merkel, Queen Maxima of the Netherlands, IMF boss Christine Lagarde, Canadian Foreign Affairs Minister ... Read More »

Jakarta election: Ex-education minister takes lead over Ahok


Polls open at 7 a.m. (0000 GMT) in what is expected to be an unusually close race between the incumbent, Basuki "Ahok" Tjahaja Purnama - the city's first Christian and ethnic Chinese leader - and a former education minister, Anies Baswedan, who like 85 percent of Jakarta residents, is Muslim. Read More »

North Korea loses millions under pressure from China


South Korea's Joint Chiefs of Staff said it was closely watching North Korean military action in the Wonsan city area, where it said the drills were being held. "This is a real threat to the world, whether we want to talk about it or not", Trump said at a White House meeting Monday. All 100 US senators will gather Wednesday for a White House briefing on the volatility in North Korea. Read More »

Equity markets, euro rally in wake of French election

According to the results provided by the French Interior Ministry, Sunday's first round of the French presidential election ended with Macron leading with 23.75 percent of votes and Le Pen trailing slightly behind with 21.53 percent. "Polls for the second round between Macron and Le Pen have consistently shown a 20%-plus lead for Macron". Macron] and an enemy of the Republic [Ms. Read More »

Afghan Defense Minister, Army Chief resign post Taliban attack


The Trump administration expects to confront Russian Federation for supplying the Taliban with weapons and strategic support to undermine the American-led coalition in Afghanistan , senior military officials said Monday. Instead, the official said, the weapons were showing up in some of Afghanistan's southern provinces including Helmand and Kandahar - both areas with little Islamic State presence. Read More »

Afghanistan: At least 94 Daesh militants killed in MOAB blast


Nangarhar provincial spokesman Attaullah Khogiani told CNN about the latest report . Pakistani villagers living near the Afghan border said the explosion was so loud they thought a bomb had been dropped in their village by USA warplanes targeting terrorists in Pakistan. Read More »

Pyongyang marks founder's 105th birth anniversary, displays new missile

DPRK on Saturday showcased its military muscles by parading all of its most advanced ballistic and tactic missiles, including a submarine-launched ballistic missile which could strike targets 1,000 kilometers away. But the USA will respond to North Korea's threats accordingly and won't engage Pyongyang until it "chooses a more peaceful way forward". Third-generation dictator Kim Jong Un watched in delight from a podium. Read More »

Afghan 'mother of all bombs' toll touches 90


It's the first the USA has dropped a GBU-43 bomb - the largest non-nuclear device it has ever used in combat. "The enemy had created bunkers, tunnels and extensive mine fields, and this weapon was used to reduce those obstacles so that we could continue our offensive in Nangarhar", General John Nicholson, the top United States commander in Afghanistan, said on Friday. Read More »