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by | January 05, 2018 | 18:36

Wilson's train had been traveling from Sacramento, Calif., to St. Louis, Mo., with almost 200 passengers on board. Authorities believe he was headed home to Missouri. He told investigators Wilson "expressed an interest in "killing black people" and others besides whites, especially during the protests in St. Louis", the affidavit said.

by | January 05, 2018 | 17:36

The company stated that the closures are a result of its continued assessment of productivity. "A$3 s previously announced, we will continue to close some unprofitable stores as we transform our business model so that our physical store footprint and our digital capabilities match the needs and preferences of our members", Sears Holdings said in a statement Thursday.

by | January 05, 2018 | 18:08

Passenger Matt Gough tweeted that four people were searching the plane for the extra passenger. USA airlines are proactively canceling thousands of Thursday flights and offering travel waivers as they prepare for a winter storm that's expected to batter the Northeast region and disrupt flights throughout the day.

by | January 05, 2018 | 19:06

The two girls, unharmed, were inside the vehicle. The U.S. Attorney's Office for the Western District of Texas said in a news release Thursday that Miles had been charged with kidnapping. The FBI special agent affidavit unsealed Thursday says he texted his mother using one of the daughter's cellphones to say he had "came home to something bad" and he had left with the kids.

by | January 05, 2018 | 17:12

Other suburban services are being run amid intermittent protests at Elphinstone Rd, Goregaon , Dadar , Malad . Similar attempts were made to halt traffic at the busy Teen Haath Naka junction, but heavy police presence ensured motorists were able to cross the junction without any hinderance.

by | January 05, 2018 | 17:57

Last week, Nunes blasted Rosenstein in a letter calling on the DOJ and FBI "to investigate themselves" for ignoring subpoenas for dossier-related documents and witnesses. Per Speaker Ryan spox, "Deputy Attorney General Rosenstein and FBI Director Wray asked to meet with the speaker and we accommodated the request". In the meeting with Rosenstein and Wray, Politico reported , Ryan suggested that the department release the full trove of requested documents.

by | January 05, 2018 | 18:56

As in, Facebook buried your amusing video, Thomas, because you didn't pay for it to be prominently displayed. The report said school children fixate on "likes" and some had developed techniques they felt would give them more positive responses.

by | January 05, 2018 | 17:36

State television broadcast live pictures of rallies in the southwestern cities of Kermanshah and Ilam and in the northern city of Gorgan, where marchers waved Iranian flags and pictures of Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei . The United Nations' high commissioner for human rights, meanwhile, called on Iran to investigate all deaths in the protests and act "with great care so as not to further inflame violence and unrest".

by | January 05, 2018 | 17:50

Read alsoRussian general seriously wounded in land mine blast in Syria - KommersantThe ministry called media reports, in particular, those by Russia's Kommersant , about the alleged "actual destruction" of seven Russian military aircraft at Khmeimim Air Base "fake news".

by | January 05, 2018 | 18:13

During a 2008 DUI arrest in Boston, Cooke asked officers whether they knew who her father was, according to Boston.com at the time. As if the situation wasn't sufficiently fraught, Cooke's boyfriend intervened with a few choice words of his own, wishing Haberkorn and Thomas's daughters a "happy Bat Mitzvah".

by | January 05, 2018 | 18:19

The total number of students who registered for the November 2017 NSC examinations is 802,431. "You should have known about your progress already during the preliminary examinations in September last year " Motshekga said. The main contributors were Gauteng with 22.4 per cent of the distinctions. "We encourage the 133 049 candidates, who did not make it, to register for the Second Chance programme".

by | January 05, 2018 | 18:11

Sanjay Dutt's biopic is one of the most awaited films of 2018 and there's no doubt about that. Recently Manisha Koirala's look in the film got leaked and she looks akin to Nargis Dutt , the great actor Sanjay Dutt's late mother. It also stars Sonam Kapoor, Anushka Sharma, Manisha Koirala , Karishma Tanna, Vicky Kaushal and Jim Sarbh. Sanjay Dutt's upcoming biopic will now be released on June 29, 2018.

by | January 05, 2018 | 17:44

The cause of the fire was not yet known but short-circuit in the electrical fittings has not been ruled out. Reports said that the postmortem examination revealed that all 14 deaths were due to suffocation. And the fireman found that there were no extinguishers and the illegal structures intensified the fire because Kamala Mills is the congested area covered with lots of pubs and restaurants.

by | January 05, 2018 | 18:30

Washington AG Bob Ferguson told the Seattle Times that employees of the motel gave names, birth dates, driver's license numbers and vehicle plate along with room numbers to more than 9,000 guests to U.S. Motel 6 also said it would stop sharing the information about guests. G6 also stated that the practice was discontinued when it became aware of the incidents following the release of the report in September.

by | January 05, 2018 | 16:55

Anushka will also be busy with the marketing and promotions of Pari which is releasing on February 9. She will also start promoting that film when she is back. Virat, on the other hand, will be playing the series in South Africa for two months which includes three Tests, six One Day Internationals (ODIs) and three Twenty20 International (T20I) matches.

by | January 05, 2018 | 18:06

The state Haj House in Lucknow which is used as a transit place by Muslims on their way to pilgrimage in Mecca has been painted saffron by the Yogi Adityanath government in Uttar Pradesh. After Yogi Adityanath who dons saffron and seems to be really fond of the colour became the Chief Minister of the state has literally taken up the task of painting the country saffron.

by | January 05, 2018 | 16:32

Monson, the president of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, died Monday night amid family in Salt Lake City, the church said Tuesday night. The church was founded in 1830 in upstate NY and a year ago was reported to have 15.8 million members all over the world, including the 2012 Republican presidential nominee and former MA governor Mitt Romney and the actress Katherine Heigl .

by | January 05, 2018 | 18:05

He had allegedly embezzled funds by creating false herds and records for the livestock and fodder, through which the money came and went to him. Lalu has said that he because some of the people who were accused of corruption have been acquitted, hence he should also be given the minimum sentence.

by | January 05, 2018 | 17:40

On Wednesday, the gag was lifted on the story of 29-year old Mohammad Maharma, a computer engineering student who was recruited by a South African-based Iranian intelligence officer. Muhammad Mahamara is charged with a variety of crimes, including conspiracy to commit terror acts, contact with enemy agents, receiving money from terror sources, and other crimes.

by | January 05, 2018 | 16:36

Saudi Arabia, the largest oil exporter in OPEC, reduced production by 20,000 barrels per day in December - up to 9.95 million barrels per day. The concerns emerging around supply and demand were resolved with the conclusion of OPEC talks in 2017.

by | January 05, 2018 | 17:40

This common forebear or "source population", which the team dubbed Ancestral Native Americans, emerged some 36,000 years ago in what is Russian Federation today, splitting from East Asians, whose progeny include the Han Chinese. Ben Potter/Handout via REUTERS Scientists work on the excavation site of the 11,500-year-old remains of two infant girls at the Upward Sun River in Alaska's Tanana River Valley about 50 miles (80 km) southeast of Fairbanks, Alaska, U.S, in an undated photo released ...

by | January 05, 2018 | 15:45

Homan said the law puts his officers at risk by forcing them to arrest "dangerous criminals on their turf". "We, as a city, have never voted to do anything that's contrary to ICE ". "As a result, ICE is forced to focus additional resources to conduct at-large arrests in the field in these non-cooperative areas", the official stated via email.

by | January 05, 2018 | 16:54

January 3, 3:45 p.m.: A blizzard warning is in effect for the East End from 1 a.m. on Thursday to Friday. The winter storm warning is in effect from 9 p.m. Strong gusty winds are expected across the region on Thursday, with wind chills falling below 0 by Friday morning. The National Weather Service said wind gusts could be as high as 45 to 50 miles per hour, possibly causing power outages with downed tree limbs and power lines.

by | January 05, 2018 | 17:12

Over 21 flights were delayed and six cancelled at Delhi's Indira Gandhi International Airport due to low visibility on Tuesday as dense fog conditions continued to prevail in the national capital region for the third consecutive day. At 8.30 a.m., humidity was 97 per cent and visibility improved to 300 metres. Quoting an official, an earlier IANS report said the Railways has provided about 2,400 of these devices in northern India where trains are worst-hit by intense fog during winter.

by | January 05, 2018 | 17:04

Former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort (left) sued special counsel Robert Mueller and the Justice Department for charging him with conspiracy and money laundering. Former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort and his legal team are suing Special Counsel Robert Mueller and Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, alleging the Russian Federation probe has gone beyond the scope of the special counsel regulations, according to an 18-page civil complaint filed with the district court in ...

by | January 05, 2018 | 15:04

The Baltimore Teachers Union asked administrators to shut down schools for the rest of the week. A number of facilities have been closed or dismissed early because of the brutal classroom conditions, with pictures circulating social media of Baltimore children in heavy jackets sitting at their desks.

by | January 05, 2018 | 14:33

China's ruling Communist Party enshrined President Xi Jinping's political thought into its constitution during the 19th National Congress in Beijing in October a year ago. Active personnel throughout China are said to have reported to their installations to hear the special address. It is also the result of the 97-year practice of the people's great social revolutions under the CPC leadership, the 170-plus-year historical process during which the Chinese nation becomes prosperous from ...

by | January 05, 2018 | 14:20

Spicer says that some quotes attributed to him in the book never happened, and that the author has a history of fabricating elements of his stories. In the forthcoming tell-all book Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House, author Michael Wolff said Spicer's first press briefing was enough to provoke exasperation in the press secretary.

by | January 05, 2018 | 14:02

Yemen's Houthi movement, also known as Ansar Allah, has announced the launch of a ballistic short-range missile at a target in Saudi Arabia, Houthi-controlled Al Masirah TV channel reported. The first landed near King Khalid International Airport in Riyadh while the other targeted the south-western Saudi province of Assir. In December, Riyadh warned "Iranian-manufactured ballistic weapons" threatened the kingdom's security following a foiled ballistic missile attack from Yemen.

by | January 05, 2018 | 13:43

The snow, combined with "exceptionally strong winds", means crews will be working in near-whiteout conditions, New York City Sanitation Commissioner Kathryn Garcia said. The wintry weather has been blamed for at least 13 deaths over the past few days, including three fatalities in North Carolina traffic accidents and three in Texas due to cold.

by | January 05, 2018 | 14:04

If the president were to order a strike, he would identify himself to military officials at the Pentagon with codes unique to him. A North Korean spokesman announced on state TV that a hotline in Korea's demilitarized zone was restored for the first time in almost two years.

by | January 05, 2018 | 12:18

The freezing temperatures result in what's called "stunned" iguanas, which means they appear dead, but are typically still alive - like the iguana in the photo above, which Palm Beach Post columnist Frank Cerabino spotted by his pool this morning.

by | January 05, 2018 | 12:58

While the Trump administration is trying to spin the new "no personal device" policy as a security issue, the fact of reporter Michael Wolff's bombshell White House exposé release this week certainly calls that into doubt. White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders on Wednesday denounced the book as "tabloid fiction". The Oval Office is a short walk from the briefing room, but the video appearance allowed Trump to deliver a message without having to face questions about the book and other ...

by | January 05, 2018 | 12:12

After Trump's comments, the Iranian Foreign Ministry said, "Instead of wasting his time sending useless and insulting tweets regarding other countries, he would be better off seeing to the domestic issues of his own country, such as daily killings of dozens of people.and the existence of millions of homeless and hungry people".

by | January 05, 2018 | 12:11

The plan is unprecedented in its scope; no prior administration has ever proposed so many lease sales in a single five-year offshore drilling program. Environmentalists persuaded city councils to pass resolutions denouncing new drilling, flooded government inboxes with comments, and even donned fish costumes in colorful rallies opposing expanded offshore oil development.