Monthly Archives: January 2018

Pakistani court disqualifies lawmaker for threatening judges

Pakistan’s Supreme Court has disqualified a lawmaker from the ruling party for five years after finding him guilty of threatening judges in a speech last year. Continue reading

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AP Exclusive: AP confirms 5 unreported Myanmar mass graves

The faces of the men half-buried in the mass graves had been burned away by acid or blasted by bullets. Continue reading

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Computers stolen in SF Bay Area being resold in Vietnam, police say

Police in the San Francisco Bay Area have linked numerous car break-ins to a multimillion-dollar crime operation that involves the sale of computer tablets and laptops on the black market in Vietnam. Continue reading

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Vietnam veterans recall all-female Tet Offensive squad

As a 19-year-old scout and spy for the communist forces in South Vietnam, Hoang Thi No remembers the determination and spirit of her 11-member team of young women who took part in the audacious Tet Offensive that turned the tide of the Vietnam War 50 y… Continue reading

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Nashville council may probe whether mayor’s affair was ‘on taxpayers’ dime’

The Nashville city council’s budget chairwoman is reviewing her options to probe Democratic Mayor Megan Barry’s possible misuse of taxpayer funds during her extramarital affair. Continue reading

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Judge Andrew Napolitano: If the GOP memo is as advertised we’ll see the deep state at its most frightening

I have argued for a few weeks now that House Intelligence Committee members have committed misconduct in office by concealing evidence of spying abuses by the National Security Agency and the FBI. Continue reading

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Train carrying GOP lawmakers to retreat hits truck on tracks, 1 killed

A train carrying members of Congress to a Republican retreat in West Virginia slammed into a garbage truck on Wednesday, throwing lawmakers from their seats and leaving at least one person dead, officials said. Continue reading

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Lava spreads more than 2 miles from Philippine volcano

Lava flowing out a Philippine volcano has spread up to 3.6 kilometers (2.2 miles) since it began intense eruptions more than two weeks ago. Continue reading

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Year after riot, Delaware prison still potentially explosive

One year after a deadly inmate riot and hostage-taking, Delaware’s maximum-security prison remains a potentially explosive, understaffed facility managed by overworked guards overseeing hundreds of inmates with too much idle time on their hands. Continue reading

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UN roundly condemned for blacklist of companies doing business in Israeli settlements

A report released by the U.N.’s Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights (UNHRC) Wednesday, which seeks to make a database of companies doing business in Israeli settlements, was roundly condemned. Continue reading

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Man who used drone to smuggle drugs into US sentenced to 12 years in jail, officials say

A 25-year-old man who was previously arrested after using a drone to smuggle drugs across the U.S.-Mexico border has been sentenced to 12 years in prison, border officials announced. Continue reading

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Seven soldier athletes set to join Team USA at 2018 Olympic Winter Games

With just over a week before the start of the 2018 Olympic Winter Games in Pyeongchang, South Korea, Team U.S.A. added seven Army Soldiers to their roster to represent their country again but this time, they’re showcasing their athletic ability. Continue reading

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New ‘cutting-edge’ McDonald’s offers table service and ‘floating glass garden’

McDonald’s is getting an Instagram-friendly facelift. Continue reading

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Florida inmate held on child porn charges allegedly tried to hire ‘Rabbi’ to kill judge

A Florida inmate who was being held on child pornography charges has been accused of trying to hire a hit man to kill the judge presiding over his case. Continue reading

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Gang suspect on Most Wanted list for years is found hiding in drawer, held without bail

An alleged leader of a violent street gang who had been featured on Massachusetts State Police’s Most Wanted list was ordered held without bail Wednesday for his role in a home invasion that resulted in murder, according to reports. Continue reading

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Texas girl, 9, who Trump said he’d pray for, is out of ICU after brain surgery, family says

A Texas girl that President Trump said he’d pray is recovering well from brain surgery. Continue reading

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McCabe learned about Clinton emails on Weiner laptop a month before FBI alerted Congress, report says

Former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe knew of thousands of emails related to the Hillary Clinton private server investigation for at least a month before then-FBI Director James Comey informed Congress, The Wall Street Journal reported late Wednesday. Continue reading

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AP confirms 5 previously unreported Myanmar mass graves

The faces of the men half-buried in the mass graves had been burned away by acid or blasted by bullets. Continue reading

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Women charged with first-degree child abuse, other offenses

Maryland State Police say three children endured physical beatings and were reportedly forced to eat dog feces. Continue reading

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Wounded Missouri cop’s road to recovery captured in emotional video

An injured police officer’s family is providing an emotional update on his condition. Continue reading

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