Daily Archives: April 12, 2018

Official: Taliban attack killed 10 police in western Herat

A local official says a Taliban attack in western Herat province has killed 10 police and wounded four. Continue reading

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Alabama governor skips GOP primary debate, goes to ballgame instead

Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey stoked the ire of her three Republican gubernatorial primary challengers Thursday night by skipping a televised candidates debate. Continue reading

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Michael Cohen arranged ‘yet another hush NDA’ with GOP donor, Stormy Daniels’ attorney claims

President Trump’s personal lawyer Michael Cohen recently arranged a nondisclosure agreement on behalf of a GOP donor who impregnated a woman and then “made sure she had an abortion,” porn star Stormy Daniels’ attorney tweeted late Thursday. Continue reading

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Trump creates task force to fix US Postal Service amid war on Amazon

President Donald Trump late Thursday signed an executive order creating a task force to study the U.S. Postal Service business model, a move that came amid criticism of Amazon and its owner Jeff Bezos. Continue reading

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Cuba’s ‘lost generation’ prepares to take power next week

Fidel and Raul Castro were scruffy young guerrillas in 1959, when they descended from Cuba’s eastern mountains, seized power and never relinquished it. Continue reading

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The Latest: Ecuador president says journalists likely killed

The Latest on the kidnapping of Ecuadorean press workers. Continue reading

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Illinois county OKs instant warrants for suspected DUI drivers

Some small police departments in an Illinois county will be within legal authority beginning Sunday to seek an electronic warrant and immediately obtain blood from DUI suspects who have refused breath tests, The Chicago Tribune reported. Continue reading

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Trump reportedly plans to pardon Scooter Libby

President Trump is reportedly prepared to pardon Scooter Libby, the former chief of staff for Vice President Dick Cheney. Continue reading

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Massachusetts cop fatally shot while serving warrant; suspect in custody

A police officer in Massachusetts was reportedly killed in a shooting incident on Thursday in Cape Cod. Continue reading

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Backpage.com, CEO plead guilty in California, Texas and Arizona

The company behind Backpage.com, a website investigators have described as an “online brothel,” pleaded guilty to several charges. Continue reading

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China engaged in massive theft of US technology, analysts reveal

China is engaged in large-scale theft of American research and technology from universities, using spies, students, and researchers as collectors, experts told Congress on Wednesday. Continue reading

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Dramatic video shows avalanche frightening road crew in France

Workers trying to clear a road of snow after an avalanche got surprised by another landslide of snow in France Tuesday. Continue reading

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Texas woman gets prison; abandoned newborn covered with ants

A 22-year-old suburban Houston woman has been sentenced to four years in prison for abandoning her newborn daughter in an apartment complex flower bed where the child was found covered with ants. Continue reading

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Missouri Gov. Greitens claims prosecutor hid evidence until after ‘sexy workout’ allegations

Attorneys for embattled Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens claimed Thursday that the prosecutor in his felony invasion-of-privacy trial concealed evidence until after the release of a legislative committee report that led to calls for the Republican to step d… Continue reading

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Syrian man stranded at airport for over a month

A “desperate” Syrian man — faced with the prospect of a brutal civil war back home — has been stranded at a Malaysian airport for more than a month, according to a report. Continue reading

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McDonald’s customers warned they could have hepatitis because of infected food handler

McDonald’s is reportedly cooperating with the investigation being conducted by local and state agencies. Continue reading

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Mom’s obituary helps cops track down man on the run for nearly 40 years

A man was arrested almost 40 years after escaping prison after officials tracked him down using information from his mother’s obituary. Continue reading

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Mexican court: prosecutors misused video of candidate

An electoral court in Mexico ruled Thursday that the attorney general’s office illegally used public funds to interfere in the country’s July 1 presidential campaign after the office released a surveillance video of opposition candidate Ricardo Anaya. Continue reading

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Newborn, with umbilical cord still attached, found alive in baby box at volunteer fire station

A new born, with the umbilical cord still attached, was left in a baby box at volunteer fire station in Indian, making this the second time in five months that an infant was abandoned. Continue reading

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