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No Bradley or Altidore for USMNT friendly against Portugal


A shot from Daniel Royer that deflected off Wright-Phillips early in the second half gave NY a 1-0 advantage in the second leg and made it 2-2 on aggregate, though Toronto managed to advance on away goals. Eventually, one-time USMNT and current Red Bulls midfielder Sacha Kljestan got involved and gave a tiny shove to Altidore. I have a clear conscious. Read More »

ICC Seeks Approval To Investigate Afghanistan War Crimes, Could Include US

The scope of such an investigation isn't clear, but it could have the potential to involve USA troops. In July, Reuters said any formal investigation into whether crimes were committed by U.S. Previous ICC cases have focused on defendants from African countries , a source of criticism for the global legal body. Prior to January 2016, all nine situations the ICC had been investigating were in African countries. Read More »

DPS trooper killed in I-35 accident identified


A Department of Public safety officer was killed in a crash in Temple Saturday afternoon. Nipper's patrol vehicle was on fire when a Temple Fire and Rescue unit arrived at 3:12 p.m., spokesman Thomas Pechal said to the Temple Daily Telegram . Read More »

Trump Arrives in Hawaii on Eve of First Official Asia Trip


Trump is also scheduled for a briefing from Pacific Command before Air Force One lifts off again for stops in Japan, South Korea, China, Vietnam and the Philippines. Trump will visit Camp Humphreys, a USA military complex south of Seoul but would not go to the heavily fortified demilitarised zone (DMZ) on the border between the South and North. Read More »

Pakistan women register historic win over New Zealand

In what was Pakistan's first win over New Zealand in the 50-over format in 13 attempts, the White Ferns went into the match with an unassailable 2-0 series lead. The visitors' risky duo of Suzie Bates and Amy Satterthwaite were dismissed for single figures. Katey Martin and Anna Peterson scored 15 runs each for the BlackCaps . Read More »

Korea 'only way' to secure its nukes with certainty - Pentagon


The Pentagon stated that the calculation "scenarios of accidents with better or worse outcome" is complex and will depend on the "nature, intensity and duration" of the North Korean attack, the ability of US and South Korean forces to respond to North Korean artillery, missiles and ballistic missiles with their own retaliatory barrage and air strikes. Read More »

Congress to take call on Patidar reservation issue today


Hardik Patel on Friday alleged that Bharatiya Janata Party might produce a doctored sex CD to defame him and gain political mileage ahead of the upcoming assembly elections in Gujarat. He further said their issues were clear and their fight was a constitutional fight for the benefit of the society and for future of Gujarat. Hardik Patel (24), the face of the quota stir, recently met Congress' Gujarat affairs in-charge Ashok Gehlot to discuss the quota demand. Read More »

Culprits Should be Hanged on The Streets: Bhopal Gangrape Victim


The action was taken after it was reported in the media that it took almost 24 hours for the survivor to file a complaint, after three police stations refused to lodge an FIR citing jurisdiction issues, a senior police official said. The suspended cops include SHOs of three police stations and two sub-inspectors. Accusing the police of negligence and blatant 'non-cooperation, the girl said, "Such people (culprits) should not be left alive". Read More »

Likud MK: Bodies of terrorists from tunnel blast are bargaining chips

The bodies of seven other militants were recovered on the Gaza side of the frontier last Monday when Israel destroyed the cross-border tunnel, raising the death toll to 12. Israeli navy on Sunday fired a shell at Palestinian fishing boats in al-Waha coastal area, to the northwest of Gaza, according to WAFA correspondent. Read More »

Kellyanne Conway told CNN to 'stop being so jealous of Fox News'

Conway insisted the country does credit Trump with the improvements in the economy, and that CNN has its own credibility crisis. "That's wrong, you know what's a problem for this nation?" "You're talking about CNN, instead of President Trump", Stelter said after Conway deflected questions about Trump's credibility by citing the strength of the stock market. Read More »

Trump campaign aide Carter Page met Russians in 2016 — NY Times


On Friday, Page confirmed he met a "senior person" in Russian Federation, although he downplayed the encounter, telling The Times, "I had a very brief hello to a couple of people". Mr Page was questioned by the Federal Bureau of Investigation earlier this year and has also appeared before the grand jury as part of the special counsel's probe. Read More »

Army deployed in Malaysia's Penang as floods displace thousands


The flood, which has been described as one of the worst ever, had so far claimed the lives of two people. Penang Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng had expressed his gratitude to Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Dr Ahmad Zahid Hamidi for answering his telephone call at 3.30am today seeking armed forces assistance in the face of Penang's worsening floods. Read More »

Bihar: Three dead after boat capsizes in Bagmati River in Samastipur


In another incident, three women drowned in the Baghmati river in Samastipur district of north Bihar when a small boat carrying over 12 people capsised. In the Ganga incident, the bodies were fished out at Raghopur area on the banks of the rivers by the locals and were sent for autopsy at a government hospital in Fatuha. Read More »

Closer look at threat for severe storms Sunday


The exact timing of storm development is still uncertain but looks to be most favorable for the St. Louis viewing area beginning during the mid afternoon hours and lasting through the evening. The highest risk for storms to become severe is along the I-70 corridor and farther south through south central IL and Indiana. A Marginal Risk of severe thunderstorms is north of I-96. Read More »

Commerce Sec Wilbur Ross Has Ties to Putin's Son-in-Law

Commerce Secretary Wilbur RossWilbur Louis RossKushner to join Trump on first half of Asia tour: report Dem strategist: "Titans of Wall Street" in Trump admin inspire confidence China is dealing a blow to rural America, but Trump can stop it MORE failed to disclose shared business interests with Russian President Vladimir Putin's family, according to documents obtained by several news organizations. Read More »

Kushner handed over documents to Mueller

A White House official told CNN the Mueller team's questions about Mr Kushner did not come as a surprise. Sources told CNN that Kushner is not a target of the investigation. Bannon for the first eight months of Trump's presidency was his top strategic adviser and reportedly clashed frequently with Kushner. One theory promoted by those in the anti-Kushner camp is that Kushner did not want Comey to comb through his own personal finances, and this was a way to slow down any investigation. Read More »

'Mass shooting' reported at Texas' Sutherland Springs church


The Associated Press is reporting that the gunman has been taken out. The "mass shooting" was reported at First Baptist Church of Sutherland Springs, which is about 35 miles east of San Antonio. Law enforocment agents from the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the ATF were heading to the scene Sunday, officials told NBC. A sheriff's department dispatcher says everyone is at the scene and unavailable to comment. Read More »

Bowe Bergdahl receives dishonorable discharge, avoids jail time


More than eight years after Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl walked off his base in Afghanistan - and unwittingly into the clutches of the Taliban - Bergdahl walked out of a North Carolina courtroom a free man on Friday. Dr. Charles Morgan, a forensic psychiatrist and professor at the University of New Haven and Yale University, testified that Bergdahl suffered from numerous mental illnesses, including schizotypal personality disorder and post-traumatic stress disorder. Read More »

Paradise Papers: Leaked documents reveal offshore activities of global elite


It is not suggested that those named in the documents have done anything illegal. The files were obtained by the German newspaper Süddeutsche Zeitung , and shared with ICIJ. At least 13 allies, major donors and Cabinet members of U.S. President Donald J. Trump appear, including Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross's interests in a shipping company that makes millions from an energy firm whose owners include Russian President Vladimir Putin's son-in-law and a sanctioned Russian tycoon. Read More »

Bigg Boss 11: Odia boy Sabyasachi stays safe while Dhinchak Pooja out


Looks like Pooja , who created a roar in the outside world with her quirky songs, couldn't impress the viewers inside the Bigg Boss 11 house. Or maybe Salman, who used to mock her repeatedly for her singing skills. When she came to the house, few contestants didn't give her a warm welcome. But to everyone's surprise, it was Dhinchak who was shown the exit doors. Read More »

Latest JFK files include secret documents on Martin Luther King


Kennedy that published the National US Records. The 20-page Federal Bureau of Investigation analysis of Dr King is dated March 12, 1968 - a month before he was assassinated on April 4, 1968. In response to the explosive allegations, Pulitzer Prize-winning author and historian David Garrow, who has written extensively about King, said numerous claims are neither new nor true. Read More »

Former Trump Campaign Chief Pledges $12 Million To End House Arrest


Former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort on Saturday offered up his Trump Tower apartment in New York City and other properties as a guarantee he will not flee the country as part of a court filing in which his lawyers asked he be granted more freedom to travel between his homes and businesses. Read More »

Donald Trump begins five nation South Asia tour


The President also lauded the assembled troops as "brave warriors" who are "the last bulwark against threats" facing the USA and Japan. June 1957. The japanese Prime minister of the time , Shinsuke Kishi (grandfather of the current leader Shinzo Abe ), plays a round of golf with the american president Dwight Eisenhower (g.) in Maryland. Read More »

IS claims 'ongoing' attack on Yemen government bastion

However, the authenticity of the statement could not be verified. According to a medical source, seven soldiers have been killed and 12 others injured in the attack. The gunmen also took an unknown number of people hostage inside the unit on Sunday afternoon, with two policewomen killed execution-style by the attackers, an official said. Read More »

Rockford police officer killed after traffic stop

Shortly after, Cox called for assistance. Officers responding to the scene found Cox, who was critically injured, near a single-vehicle crash approximately two blocks north of the initial traffic stop, O'Shea said. He was immediately transferred to an area hospital where he later died. He joined Rockford PD in December 2016. He served in the United States National Guard and was a graduate of Hononegah High School and Northern Illinois University. Read More »

Mueller Has Evidence To Charge Flynn, Son In Russia Probe, Sources Say

Mike Flynn is part of the reason why Trump obstructed justice and fired Comey. Mr Flynn's possibly indictment would change that. Investigators are interested in whether Flynn laundered money or lied to federal agents about his overseas contacts, three sources close to the investigation told the network. Read More »

U.S. strikes ISIS fighters in Somalia for 1st time

As most of the American public was made aware by the success of the movie “Black Hawk Down”, Somalia has been without a functioning government for a quarter-century. Deutsche Welle notes that shortly before us officials confirmed the strikes, President Donald Trump told reporters the United States would hit ISIS "ten times harder" in response to the truck attack by an Islamic State militant in NY on Tuesday. Read More »

UP ATS arrests IS terror suspect Abu Zaid from Mumbai airport


According to Times Now , Zaid is believed to have run an Islamic State network involving several youths from Western Uttar Pradesh while staying in Dubai. Police claimed Zaid was an Islamic State sympathiser and was the ideologue of his group. Zaid is a resident of Azamgarh in Uttar Pradesh who was living in Saudi Arabia and was working to inspire and guide people from India into Islamic State (IS). Read More »

US Serviceman Dies in Afghanistan


Up to Aug 23, 10 US service members had been killed in Afghanistan this year, according to figures published last week by the Congressional watchdog SIGAR, more than double the number killed in the same periods in 2015 and 2016. Forces-Afghanistan, said in the statement. "We can confirm the crash was not the result of enemy action", NATO's Resolute Support mission said in a statement about the helicopter crash. Read More »

Man accused of assaulting German tourist proclaims his innocence


The German tourist, while speaking to media persons at the police station, said that Supreme Court of India respects "privacy as fundamental right" and he should not be disturbed while getting FIR registered. Circle officer Vivekanand Tiwari said that the accused has been arrested. "He even spit on me". However, the railway employee alleged that when he greeted Ereek by saying "welcome to India", he hit him. Read More »

France slams World Rugby


Citing a letter he then sent to Bill Beaumont (Chairman of World Rugby) seeking an explanation for this anomaly, Laporte stated that 'the Irish did the same. South Africa benefits from facilities from the 2010 soccer World Cup, but Laporte said France was also well-served, having staged the European soccer championship previous year. Read More »

Syrian army captures city of Deir al-Zor: Observatory


He used an Arabic name for IS in the broadcast. "The Islamic State group targeted with a auto bomb displaced people on the eastern bank of the Euphrates River, killing dozens and wounding dozens of others", Observatory head Rami Abdel Rahman said. Read More »

Typhoon kills 27, leaves 22 missing along Vietnam coast


Typhoon Damrey has killed at least 19 people after slamming into Vietnam's south-central coast on Saturday, officials say, just days before Donald Trump heads to the country for the APEC summit of Asia-Pacific leaders . Winds have been recorded up to 56mph, ripping roofs from houses, uprooting trees and bringing down power lines. Seventy-four other crew members were rescued earlier. Read More »

Turnbull Knocks Back New Zealand's Refugee Offer


Senator Di Natale said New Zealand had a more compassionate approach to refugees. Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern hit back on the issue of trans-Tasman tertiary education on her visit to Australia on Sunday, saying that Australia "would absolutely understand if we responded" to an unfair situation. Read More »

Stocks With Escalations: Energy Transfer Partners, LP (NYSE:ETP)


ILLEGAL ACTIVITY WARNING: "Energy Transfer Equity, L.P. (ETE) Expected to Earn Q1 2019 Earnings of $0.36 Per Share" was first published by TrueBlueTribune and is owned by of TrueBlueTribune. Oppenheimer & Co invested in 0.03% or 57,677 shares. Bouchey Financial Group Ltd holds 0.04% of its portfolio in Blackrock Muniholdings New York Qulty Fd for 10,000 shares. Read More »

Virat Kohli credits Anushka Sharma for making him sensible human being


While his evolvement has an worldwide player may be close to completion, with history staring him in the face, he may be chasing goals that may put him right on top as far as sporting greats in India go. "We were being criticised and people were saying this is what happens when you allow girlfriends on the tour". "Her support helped me push through, however bad it was for me". Read More »

Forever Unbridled wins Breeders' Cup Distaff


Although final plans have not been determined for the daughter of Unbridled's Song, her owner Charles Fipke joked to the national media after the Distaff win that January's $16 million Pegasus World Cup might be her next mission. She won the pre-race beauty contest, then went out and won the $2 million Distaff. "And I've been watching her all year when she's been running with somebody else, so I kind of know her very well from the first time I rode her". Read More »

Mila Kunis Expertly Trolls Mike Pence Every Single Month


Her repeated donation under Pence's name is not a "prank", she said, but a way to peacefully protest while supporting the organization. Needless to say, his efforts have not been well received and Kunis has found an ingenius way of showing her disdain for the policy . Read More »

Putin, Trump may meet in Vietnam next week


Trump told broadcaster Fox News on Thursday that he would meet Putin in Vietnam to discuss North Korea. TASS said the indictment against Manafort and Gates was related to Ukraine, not Russia, but failed to note the Ukrainian Party of Region's ties to Russia and the mention of Russian officials in Papadopoulous' indictment. Read More »

Some families celebrate second adoption at Scott County Courthouse


In the interest of full disclosure, I should state that my wife and I are in the early stages of the adoption process and would personally benefit from the tax credit. House Republican lawmakers are sponsoring legislation that would prohibit doctors from performing abortions after a heartbeat is detected. The deduction for state and local taxes protects Republicans from high tax states. Read More »

State storms back, beats Texas Tech in OT


Texas Tech and K-State are both sitting at 4-4 records this season, and the victor of this game will have an inside route to bowl game eligibility. With 3rd & 2 at the Texas Tech 18 yard line, Jaylon Lane was flagged for pass interference after grabbing Byron Pringle mid-route. Read More »

Saudi Arabia arrests princes, ex-ministers


King Salman has sidelined other senior members of the royal family to prevent any opposition to the crown prince. Separately, the heads of the Saudi National Guard and the navy were replaced in a series of high-profile sackings. The committee has the right to investigate, arrest, ban from travel, freeze accounts and portfolios, track funds and assets of individuals involved in corruption practices. Read More »

Kushner Sends Records Related to Russia Probe to Special Counsel Mueller


Their questions about Kushner signal that Mueller's investigators are reaching the President's inner circle and have extended beyond the 2016 campaign to actions taken at the White House by high-level officials. Both pleaded not guilty. Another campaign-era aide, George Papadopoulos , has pleaded guilty to lying to Federal Bureau of Investigation agents about his contacts with Russian agents during the 2016 presidential election and is cooperating with Mueller's investigators, court records ... Read More »

Saudi Arabia intercepts missile targeting Riyadh airport


Meanwhile, a Houthi-linked TV channel said the missile was launched at the airport. The explosion occurred in one of the terminals of the worldwide airport king Khalid, 35 km from Riyadh. The rebels continue to hold much of the country. Despite thousands of airstrikes and a blockade of Yemen from the sea and air, the Saudi-led coalition has failed to push the Houthis out, although it does claim to have reduced the territory the rebels control. Read More »

Sen. Paul assaulted at home; man arrested


Paul has been Kentucky's junior senator since 2011. The senator and former contender for the GOP presidential nomination suffered minor injuries and is " fine , " said Kelsey Cooper, his communications director. Property records listed an addressed for the suspected located close to Mr. Paul's residence, the Bowling Green Daily News reported . Kentucky State Police Master Trooper Jeremy Hodges said he could not release details of the assault because of security issues. Read More »