• Roy Moore, Donald Trump Accusers May Testify in Al Franken Ethics Probe
Roy Moore, Donald Trump Accusers May Testify in Al Franken Ethics Probe

Louis two days after a video was released, in which he is heard talking to Access Hollywood host Billy Bush about sexually assaulting women. The message also called for Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore to quit his campaign and Minn.

Read more

  • Rain wraps up this morning, noticeably cooler and windy
Rain wraps up this morning, noticeably cooler and windy

The round of rain with the cold front moving through may be heavy at times and may also be accompanied by a rumble of thunder, but the bigger story will likely be the strong winds. The strong winds are expected to arrive overnight with winds gusting out of the southwest along the southern coastline of New England between 40 to 50 miles per hour.

Read more

  • Dem. Sen. Gillibrand: Bill Clinton Should Have Resigned Over White House Affair
Dem. Sen. Gillibrand: Bill Clinton Should Have Resigned Over White House Affair

I don't think that they suddenly started coming forward at this extremely late date. Ms. Gillibrand has also noted Mr. Clinton's support for her own run for office. During the Campaign, she also campaigned throughout NY with Bill Clinton . Over 20 yrs you took the Clintons' endorsements, money, and seat. Unfortunately, her apparent boldness in a...

Read more

  • 5 points you need to know about Miss World 2017, Manushi Chhillar
5 points you need to know about Miss World 2017, Manushi Chhillar

The 21-year-old, who hails from Haryana , is a second-year MBBS student. Chhillar had competed against contestants from 108 nations at the event held at Sanya City Arena in China . While many other beauty queen such as Aishwarya Rai Bachchan, Sushmita Sen, Priyanka Chopra and Lara Dutta joined the Bollywood bandwagon after their win, Chhillar...

Read more

  • Kacey Musgraves Sounds Off on Elephant Trophy Debate
Kacey Musgraves Sounds Off on Elephant Trophy Debate

Two of them who offered up praise - Greta Van Susteren and Piers Morgan - were retweeted by the president. Animal rights groups blasted the decision. The Obama Administration had banned imports of ivory tusks and other elephant parts. Despite an overall fall in poaching, Africa's elephant population has declined in part because of continued...

Read more

  • Gujarat assembly elections 2017
Gujarat assembly elections 2017

The party has denied nominations to seven legislators so far. Resignations and protests by several local leaders from Vadodara, tribal belt of South Gujarat, Navsari, Bharuch, Mahuva, Jasdan and Amreli in Saurashtra have been trickling in since the BJP announced its first list.

Read more

  • Colorado Springs military installations see growing number of reported sexual assaults
Colorado Springs military installations see growing number of reported sexual assaults

At the Wright-Patterson Air Force base in Dayton, the largest military base in OH and one of the largest air force bases in the country, there were 83 total sexual assault reports since 2013, including 30 in 2016. Of the numbers listed - the data indicates every year more service members are choosing to do what's called "un-restricted reporting"....

Read more

  • Moody's upgrades India's sovereign bond rating for first time in 14 years
Moody's upgrades India's sovereign bond rating for first time in 14 years

This upgrade puts Moody's one notch ahead of Fitch and S&P, which now has India on BBB- (stable), noted ANZ in a research report. "Baa3" was the lowest rating in the investment grade - just a notch above the "junk" status. The rating which has come after a gap of nearly 13-years is a sentiment booster and positive for flows into equities and debt m...

Read more

  • Fire rips through building in Manhattan's Hamilton Heights
Fire rips through building in Manhattan's Hamilton Heights

The Fire Department says 170 firefighters are at the scene. "Upon arrival we found very heavy fire conditions on the top floor". Nine people have been seriously injured after a fire broke out at an apartment building in New York City. A building adjacent to the fire, 561 W. 144th St. was also evacuated as officials determine whether it is safe...

Read more

  • Bill O'Neill says he'll likely drop out of OH gubernatorial race
Bill O'Neill says he'll likely drop out of OH gubernatorial race

One woman was "a gorgeous blonde" with whom he made love in the hayloft of her parents' barn, and another was a "drop dead gorgeous red head", he said . Ohio Democratic Party Chairman David Pepper wrote on Twitter: "Just a awful post by Justice O'Neill". Ohio Democratic Party chairman David Pepper said O'Neill's Facebook post was "terrible", espe...

Read more

  • Elderly Man Accidentally Shoots Himself & Wife While Discussing Guns In Church
Elderly Man Accidentally Shoots Himself & Wife While Discussing Guns In Church

He removed the gun's magazine, emptied the chamber and started passing it around, according to WATE in Knoxville . Although he pulled the magazine out of the gun, once he reloaded the mag, it loaded a round into the gun's chamber. Parks said due to confusion between the caller who contacted 911 and dispatch, initial reports indicated the two had b...

Read more

  • Singapore suspends trade ties with North Korea
Singapore suspends trade ties with North Korea

Images of a test stand indicated continued testing of a mechanism for ejection launch of missiles from a submarine. A move to develop an operational ballistic missile submarine wouldn't be unexpected, CNBC reports. In September, Singapore issued a travel advisory urging citizens to avoid all non-essential travel to North Korea, where it does not ...

Read more

  • Sub Inspector, Militant Killed In Zakura Shootout
Sub Inspector, Militant Killed In Zakura Shootout

The police said the gun battle took place in the afternoon when SOG personnel intercepted a auto near Zakura . The militant he escaped with took his body to his home. According to police, Mir was injured in the shootout and died in the orchard. Meanwhile, authorities have chose to impose curfew-like restrictions in eight police station areas of ...

Read more

  • North Atlantic Treaty Organisation apologizes after Turkish leader listed as enemy during military drill
North Atlantic Treaty Organisation apologizes after Turkish leader listed as enemy during military drill

Earlier on Friday, NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg also apologized to Turkey over the incident. Turkey has withdrawn its troops from a North Atlantic Treaty Organisation military drill in Norway after President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said Friday that his name and the picture of Turkish Republic's founder Mustafa Kemal Ataturk were use...

Read more

  • Warriors next up to try to stop Celtics' 13-game win streak
Warriors next up to try to stop Celtics' 13-game win streak

Steph returned to the lineup after missing Monday's game in Orlando due to a thigh contusion, and was limited to 9 points in the loss on 3-14 shooting. "There's a reason why they haven't played a lot of close games". It's just not in the same way as Curry and Draymond Green, among others, and Durant certainly appreciates he can just be who he is.

Read more

  • Following car-ramming attack, IDF encircled village of terrorist
Following car-ramming attack, IDF encircled village of terrorist

A Palestinian terrorist rammed his auto into two Israelis, seriously injuring one of them, before getting shot while trying to stab soldiers in Gush Etzion on Friday morning. The seriously wounded Israeli - 35-year-old Evven Ezer Holhering, a married father of six from Kiryat Arba - was transported to the Hadassah Ein Kerem Hospital in Jerusalem wi...

Read more

  • Australian diplomat dies after building fall
Australian diplomat dies after building fall

Australia's Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade said it was assisting Simpson's relatives, who asked for privacy. It was reported that Simpson was playing trust game on the rooftop when the incident took place. Simpson, who was the second secretary to the United Nations for Australia, went out with his wife and friends for dinner and drinks...

Read more

  • College strike continues as union rejects latest offer
College strike continues as union rejects latest offer

After over 5 long, bitter weeks of protesting, negotiations and heated debates on both sides , the Ontario college strike, which has become the longest college strike in the province's history, will continue into its sixth week. "The Colleges bargaining team is in touch with the mediator for a resumption of bargaining", said Rick Webb, Sault Colleg...

Read more

  • Trump Takes a Water Break, Jokes Flood Twitter
Trump Takes a Water Break, Jokes Flood Twitter

Last year, Trump had mocked Rubio, who ran against him for the 2016 Republican presidential nomination, calling him a "total choke artist" for drinking water. Rubio was mocked mercilessly by Trump for drinking from a bottle of water during his televised State of the Union reply in 2013. Next time Marco Rubio should drink his water from a glass ...

Read more

  • Climate measures agreed in Paris not enough, says Merkel
Climate measures agreed in Paris not enough, says Merkel

Canada is leading the way on an worldwide push to phase out the use of coal power. Coal is responsible for more than 40 per cent of global emissions of the greenhouse gas carbon dioxide. "Air pollution from coal has awful consequences for health", she adds. Powering Past Coal comes just days after USA administration officials, along with ener...

Read more