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Headlines Business Markets Startups Property. Gaming Gossip Movies Music Television. Gadgets Medical Photography Science Space. Fashion Mens Fashion Life Style. The strange spanking session was revealed in a string of emails unearthed Thursday. His remarks drew shock from Chileans and immediate rebuke from victims and their advocates Read More 5. Trump administration appeals against 'Dreamer' immigrant ruling to top court Reuters - 19 Jan Russian minister warns against reviving Nazis at exhibition Miami Herald - 19 Jan Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov opened an exhibition on the Holocaust in the former Soviet Union on Thursday, saying the world has "a sacred duty" not only to commemorate the … Read More 5.
The president's disparagement of Haiti reminded some of the longstanding stigma Haitians face. Others hope the insults will increase voter turnout. Don Blankenship went to prison last year over the deadliest U. Trump reportedly decided on his own to curtail Bannon's testimony The Week - 19 Jan It was President Trump's decision to limit former White House chief strategist Stephen Bannon's testimony this Tuesday in front of the House Intelligence Committee, based on legal advice he received Deputy White House counsel Uttam Dhillon gathered that there might be legitimate executive privilege claims to curb the testimony of former and current Trump aides, Foreign Policy reports, but concluded that doesn't extend to providing information or testimony to special counsel Robert Mueller and his investigation into Russian meddling in the presidential election.
Throughout his closed-door meeting with the House Intelligence Committee, Bannon refused to answer Suspected serial killer murdered nine people, including his mother, Arizona police say The Guardian - 19 Jan Shell casings, DNA and cellphone among evidence used to tie Cleophus Cooksey to the killings, court documents say A serial killing suspect shot and killed nine people, including his own mother, and Shell casings, DNA, stolen jewellery and a cellphone taken from a victim were among the pieces of evidence investigators used to tie Cleophus Cooksey Jr, 35, to the killings, according to court documents.
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This is quite the way to celebrate a year in office. Yet another gang has unleashed a reign of terror in Sandton, targeting motorists leaving shopping centres and robbing them at gunpoint. Several injured after car drives onto Brazilian boardwalk, authorities say Fox News - 19 Jan Brazilian authorities said several people were wounded Thursday after a car drove onto a boardwalk in Rio de Janeiro.
The world's youngest female head of state is expecting a child in June Read More 3. Trump's travel expenses test boundaries of policy and politics Chicago Tribune - 19 Jan President Donald Trump has reveled in smashing political precedent, but on Thursday he followed his White House predecessors in one of Washington's usually unspoken traditions: Jetting aboard Air Force One for a quick day trip to Bannon tells Congress he called Trump Tower meeting 'unpatriotic': This challenge is a bit easier to swallow.
Fishermen escape crash by split-second BBC - 19 Jan Watch how fishermen in Oregon react as a boat speeds straight towards them. Porn vixen and admitted presidential paramour Stormy Daniels is cashing in on her newfound notoriety by appearing at a South Carolina jiggle joint on Saturday -- the first leg of her "Making America Italians asked to report fake news to police in run-up to election The Guardian - 19 Jan Online service launched for flagging up instances as concern grows about rise of phenomenon The Italian government has launched an online service aimed at cracking down on fake news, which experts say People can now report what they think might be fake news via a "red button" system on the website of Italy's postal police, the division that tackles online crime.
Points-based immigration sounds innocuous. While points-based systems are designed to reduce racial bias, they reproduce this bias in more subtle ways. Donald Trump caused an uproar last week when he labeled Haiti and African countries This overt racism appalled people across the globe. But without using profanities, some of the world's most well-regarded admission systems - which have informed Republican proposals here - quietly ensure few people from Haiti, Africa, and countries subject to the "Muslim ban" ever immigrate.
Following the abolition of admission policies that evaluated applicants on the basis of their race and origin until the s and s, Australia, Canada, and some countries in Western Europe shifted to points-based systems that prioritized immigrants with desirable skills and regional free Yemenis rummage through garbage looking for food Al Jazeera English - 19 Jan People in Hodeidah are resorting to rummaging through garbage to find food as the fate of millions of Yemenis facing famine rests with the Saudi-led coalition.
Former Apprentice villain Omarosa Manigault Newman is rumored to have a penchant for recording confidential discussions and may be a person of interest in Special Counsel Robert Mueller's Manigault Newman's last day as the director of communications for the Office of Public Liaison is Saturday and while she claims to be leaving to "pursue other opportunities," the decision to bring "members of her person bridal party to Pennsylvania Avenue for an extended wedding photo shoot" might be the most memorable moment in her short tenure, Politico writes.
Recently, though, Manigault Newman has allegedly been checking out high profile attorneys, including Harvey Weinstein's former lawyer Lisa Bloom and Bill Cosby's former lawyer