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Doubts surface about key witness in Uranium One probe of Clinton
Fri, 17 Nov 2017 15:36:14 -0500
Doubts surface about key witness in Uranium One probe of ClintonFederal officials have serious questions about the credibility of a key witness in congressional investigations of Hillary Clinton’s role in the Uranium One sale.
Keystone XL Opponents On 210,000-Gallon Spill: We Warned You
Fri, 17 Nov 2017 17:51:31 -0500
Keystone XL Opponents On 210,000-Gallon Spill: We Warned YouIn April 2016, just five months after President Barack Obama rejected the proposal to build the Keystone XL pipeline, the existing Keystone pipeline leaked 17,000 gallons of oil onto private land in southeastern South Dakota.
Roy Moore Accuser Says Candidate Groped Her To 'Feel Powerful'
Fri, 17 Nov 2017 10:26:11 -0500
Roy Moore Accuser Says Candidate Groped Her To 'Feel Powerful'One of the women accusing Republican Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore of sexual assault opened up about the alleged experience Friday morning on “Megyn Kelly Today.”
Zimbabwe neighbours warned not to interfere in Mugabe turmoil
Fri, 17 Nov 2017 15:07:05 -0500
Zimbabwe neighbours warned not to interfere in Mugabe turmoilZimbabwean activists have warned other countries not to intervene amid an apparent split between two of Zimbabwe's neighbours over whether to support or oppose the defacto coup against Robert Mugabe.  Ian Khama, the president of Botswana and a long time foe of Mr Mugabe, became the first world leader to effectively endorse the military's intervention on Friday when he said the strongman had no regional support for continuing his 37 year rule. "I don't think anyone should be president for that amount of time. We are presidents. We are not monarchs. It's just common sense," Mr Khama told Reuters.  Mr Mugabe's departure would be an “an opportunity to put Zimbabwe on a path to peace and prosperity," he added.  His remarks appeared to contradict earlier comments by Jacob Zuma, the president of South Africa who also chairs the Southern African Development Community (SADC), a 16-nation regional bloc.  Timeline Robert Mugabe as leader of Zimbabwe "We note with great concern the unfolding political development in Zimbabwe and we hope that they will not lead to unconstitutional change of government," Mr Zuma said following a summit in Botswana.  South Africa sent two envoys to mediate talks between Mugabe and the Zimbabwean Defense Forces on Thursday, sparking speculation on Zimbabwean social media that they might have stiffened the president's resolve not to give into demands he step down.  More than 30,000 people signed a petition urging the SADC not to attempt to intervene as Zimbabwe grapples with Robert Mugabe's fall from power.  "There is no need at this time for you to do anything but business as usual," the Change.org petition reads.  "We speak for many people when we say we hoped and prayed for this day for long and now that it's here, DON'T mess it up for us." China, a major investor in Zimbabwe, on Friday called for the crisis to be resolved peacefully.  "China calls on all sides in Zimbabwe to keep their eyes on the country's long-term and fundamental interests and to uphold dialogue and consultations to bridge differences," Foreign Ministry spokesman Geng Shuang told Reuters.    Rex Tillerson, the US secretary of state, urged Zimbabwe to hold quick elections but did not explicitly condemn the military's intervention.  Zimbabwe's President Robert Mugabe leaves after presiding over a student graduation ceremony at Zimbabwe Open University Credit: AP Photo/Ben Curtis "We all should work together for a quick return to a civilian rule in that country in accordance with their constitution,"  Mr Tillerson, the US Secretary of State, speaking in Washington ahead of a previously scheduled meeting with African leaders.  Events in  Zimbabwe present regional powers with a dilemma because they cannot publicly endorse a military coup, regardless of whether they would like to see transition in the country.  The army's seizure of power "flies in the face of protocol" required for SADC to recognise any new government, said Amb. Reuben Brigety II, the former United States Representative to the African Union.  Military leaders in Zimbabwe have attempted to assuage those concerns by insisting they are merely managing a peaceful change of power and seeking to use constitutional measures to complete Mr Mugabe's ouster.  Peter Fabricius, an analyst with the Pretoria-based Institute for Security Studies, said the South African government appeared to have underestimated Emmerson Mnangagwa, the former vice president believed to be behind the coup.  "Practically speaking, Zuma knows Mnangagwa would be better" than Mugabe, Mr Fabricius said. 
Head Of Puerto Rico Power Utility Resigns As More Controversy Plagues Island
Fri, 17 Nov 2017 18:50:24 -0500
Head Of Puerto Rico Power Utility Resigns As More Controversy Plagues IslandThe head of Puerto Rico’s power utility resigned Friday while facing scrutiny for the slow progress being made on restoring the island’s power grid eight weeks after Hurricane Maria devastated the U.S. territory.
Neighbor: Northern California gunman targeted victim, son
Fri, 17 Nov 2017 19:37:47 -0500
Neighbor: Northern California gunman targeted victim, sonRANCHO TEHAMA RESERVE, Calif. (AP) — A neighbor's account indicates that a Northern California shooter who killed five people this week may have targeted an elementary school as part of his long-running feud with neighbors.
Russia's Nuclear Submarine Force Is Back (Maybe)
Fri, 17 Nov 2017 20:38:00 -0500
Russia's Nuclear Submarine Force Is Back (Maybe)Russia’s Navy has a new nuclear-powered ballistic missile submarine (SSBN) patrolling the world’s seas. On Friday, the submarine, Knyaz Vladimir, set sail on its first venture. The sub is the first of five upgraded Borei-class submarines that Russia is building.
Ohio Lawmaker Quits After Having 'Inappropriate Conduct' With Man In His Office
Fri, 17 Nov 2017 14:16:41 -0500
Ohio Lawmaker Quits After Having 'Inappropriate Conduct' With Man In His OfficeAn Ohio lawmaker known for his devotion to “family values” has stepped down after allegedly engaging in “inappropriate conduct with another man” in his office.
Ohio State latest university to crack down on fraternities after hazing allegations
Fri, 17 Nov 2017 17:36:05 -0500
Ohio State latest university to crack down on fraternities after hazing allegationsOhio State University has become the latest US academic institution to ban on fraternity ceremonies amid concern that alcohol-fuelled initiations are putting students at risk. The move comes within days of Texas State University outlawing all "Greek Activities" - encompassing both fraternities and sororities - following the death of a Phi Kappa Psi inductee. Similar steps have been taken in recent weeks at the University of Michigan and Florida State University. There has been mounting concern at the human toll arising from the incidents of "hazing" at many universities in the US. Such rituals involve pledgees drinking copious amounts of alcohol in a very short time, with at times fatal consequences. In May, 18 students at Penn State were charged with offences including aggravated assault and furnishing alcohol to minors following with the death of Timothy Piazza, a 19-year-old engineering student. It is estimated there have been 40 deaths from hazing at US campuses over the last 10 years. Attorney Stacy Parks Miller, left, announces findings an investigation into the death of Penn State University fraternity pledge Tim Piazza Credit: Abby Drey/AP The Ohio decision was announced by Ryan Lovell, the senior director for sorority and fraternity life at the university, the New York Times reported. “During the period of this directive, your chapter may request to participate in essential activities only,” Mr Lovell wrote. Since the start of the academic year, 11 of the university's 37 fraternities have come under investigation, although details of the alleged offences have not been disclosed.
Alt-right free speech event in Boston met with counter-protest
Sat, 18 Nov 2017 18:30:37 -0500
Alt-right free speech event in Boston met with counter-protestA few dozen free speech advocates rallied peacefully Saturday on Boston Common but just like last summer's event, they were outnumbered by counter-protesters.
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Gamers prove their metal as rock stars
Tue, 22 Jan 2008 12:27:09 EST
Jess Hu is a child care provider from Brooklyn, New York, but for 20 hours a week, she's a rock star. That's how much she estimates she plays the video game "Rock Band."
Comedian is living in an Ikea store
Tue, 08 Jan 2008 20:23:26 EST
Texas town hopes to become UFO landing spot
Wed, 23 Jan 2008 09:39:56 EST
Governor's son sells 'Don't Drop the Soap'
Mon, 28 Jan 2008 11:05:59 EST
Cops snag lotto ticket from accused drug dealer
Mon, 21 Jan 2008 10:51:26 EST
Politician cuts the fat with photo fakery
Sat, 19 Jan 2008 13:56:45 EST
Puppy vs. polar cub for cuteness title
Mon, 14 Jan 2008 09:56:18 EST
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