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World News Tabloid paid $30K to spike story alleging Trump love child
Author: 0 Tabloid paid $30K to spike story alleging Trump love child

The Enquirer never published the story. McDougal, who recently shared details of the alleged affair with CNN , later said she believed Davidson was more concerned about Cohen and Trump's interests than her own. Two payments that the Federal Bureau of Investigation is looking into are ones that were made to two women, Karen McDougal and Stormy Daniels , who have claimed to have had affairs with Trump while he was married.

World News Top court tells HC to hear election pleas
Author: 0 Top court tells HC to hear election pleas

The three-tier panchayat polls, spread across 20 districts, are scheduled on May 1, 3 and 5. The court on April 16 will be hearing the pleas challenging the SEC's decision to withdraw its April 9 notification extending the date of filing nominations by a day.

Author: 0 Study finds major gaps in Holocaust knowledge among Americans

At a Wednesday night ceremony at Jerusalem's Yad Vashem Holocaust memorial, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu spoke of the murderous Nazi aggression that was not sufficiently challenged by Western powers, comparing it to Iran. A majority of US adults said something like the Holocaust could happen again, according to a new poll released on Thursday for Holocaust Remembrance Day.

World News Parkland school board rejects gun law passed in honor of shooting victims
Author: 0 Parkland school board rejects gun law passed in honor of shooting victims

Cruz does not want those funds, whatever money that he is entitled to", lawyer Melissa McNeill told a Broward County judge Wednesday, ABC News reported . "I really believe in my soul that the best thing for the families of the victims is to lock him up and throw (away) the key", Finkelstein said. One additional complication is that Cruz is facing lawsuits from the victims' families, that, if successful, would be likely to take the majority, if not all, of his remaining assets.

World News Body of murdered girl found in OH identified after 37 years
Author: 0 Body of murdered girl found in OH identified after 37 years

King was dead for less than two days before her body was found and investigators believe she was in the Louisville, Kentucky, and Pittsburgh areas before she was killed. The DNA Doe Project helped to identify King through genetic genealogy. In 2009, her mitochondrial DNA profile was developed at the NamUs DNA lab at the University of North Texas.

World News High Fire Threat Across The State With Gusty Winds, High Temps
Author: 0 High Fire Threat Across The State With Gusty Winds, High Temps

Skies will remain mostly sunny throughout this afternoon . Highs in the upper 70s. Ryan McPike, a KMTV meteorologist, said the area is forecast to be under a marginal risk for severe weather Friday night . Saturday: A 30 percent chance of showers. EXTENDED: High winds continue into Friday as southwest winds become more northerly ushering in a much cooler airmass.

Author: 0 Andres Iniesta admits he might have played his last Champions League game

In 2016, Barcelona fell to Spanish rival Atletico Madrid 3-1 on aggregate, winning 2-1 at home and losing 2-0 in Madrid. "Without a doubt it's a painful defeat, we have ended up getting knocked out but we have to keep going". Ernesto Valverde failed to make any substitutions until the final 10 minutes and has been heavily criticised in the Spanish press in the aftermath of the result.

World News Attack on ex-spy was with nerve agent, chemical body confirms
Author: 0 Attack on ex-spy was with nerve agent, chemical body confirms

Samples tested by the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) "confirm the findings of the United Kingdom relating to the identity of the toxic chemical", it said. Testing by OPCW laboratories, the details of which were kept confidential, also found the substance used in Salisbury to be of "a high purity", which supports the British government's assertion that a state was involved.

World News Major Ice Storm Could Hit Halton This Weekend
Author: 0 Major Ice Storm Could Hit Halton This Weekend

The special weather statement from Environment Canada says there's the potential for freezing rain across southern Ontario over the weekend, as well as a possible ice storm in regions further north. It would make travel hazardous while accumulations of up to 20 millimetres of ice combined with gusty winds to 60 km/h may cause widespread power outages due to fallen tree limbs and power lines, Environment Canada warns.

World News Texas Nurse Fired, Arrested After Patient Dies at Texas Hospital
Author: 0 Texas Nurse Fired, Arrested After Patient Dies at Texas Hospital

Tyler police spokeswoman Jenny Wells later said that there are "not any indications" that this could be a case of assisted suicide. "The assistance and cooperation from the Smith County District Attorney and CHRISTUS have been extremely beneficial during the initial stages of this investigation".

World News Taliban attack Afghan district compound
Author: 0 Taliban attack Afghan district compound

More than three dozen people including security personnel and militants have been confirmed dead as Taliban militants attacked Khawja Omari district in Afghanistan's eastern Ghazni province on Thursday, deputy to provincial police, Ramazan Ali Mohsini said.

World News Landslide Win For Azerbaijan President Aliyev, Adds to 15-year Tenure
Author: 0 Landslide Win For Azerbaijan President Aliyev, Adds to 15-year Tenure

The Azerbaijani people chose the right path. But the only real candidate was considered current president Ilham Aliyev . Ilham Aliyev was re-elected in 2008 and 2013 in polls that were denounced by opposition parties as fraudulent. The presidential election that had been due in the fall was moved up to April. On the voting day, 5,426 permanent polling stations and 215 temporary polling stations in 125 constituencies operated in the country.

World News Sea of black as Modi visits Chennai
Author: 0 Sea of black as Modi visits Chennai

I want the belief to be dispelled for people, they more important than the elections. States which have successfully controlled their population may get an incentive, Prime Minister Narendra Modi indicated today, breaking his silence on the parameters of the 15th Finance Commission that triggered a huge controversy in the southern states .

World News Brexit: EU to seek environmental non-regression clause
Author: 0 Brexit: EU to seek environmental non-regression clause

For probably the longest period since 2016's referendum, the airwaves haven't been dominated by the UK's withdrawal from the EU. She added that lawmakers must ensure "ongoing convergence" as well as alignment in rules which are "fundamental" to the trade or transport of goods between the United Kingdom and EU.

World News Man accused of telling woman he has 'full-blown AIDS' before raping her
Author: 0 Man accused of telling woman he has 'full-blown AIDS' before raping her

A FEMALE teacher in Queensland sent inappropriate texts to her former student and started a relationship with him, despite being told to stay away by the principal, a tribunal has heard. Court records show Byrd was driving a van with 11 passengers when she ran the stop sign. She went with him back to his office, where she was told she needed to fill out paperwork.

World News Rahul at Rajghat, Sajjan, Tytler asked to leave venue
Author: 0 Rahul at Rajghat, Sajjan, Tytler asked to leave venue

He said the stage and its enclosure at the venue were reserved for some Congress office-bearers. Kumar, who left the venue, is also accused of his involvement in two cases related to riots. "We have specific criteria for people sitting on the stage; no former MPs were supposed to be seated on the stage with the Congress president". "I will come back".

World News 'Death Penalty Down by Four Percent'
Author: 0 'Death Penalty Down by Four Percent'

Besides China , 84 per cent of all reported executions took place in just four countries - Iran, Saudi Arabia, Iraq and Pakistan . Executions carried out around the world have fallen in numbers but death sentences for drug offences are on the rise, human rights activists have warned.

Author: 0 Theresa May, Donald Trump Not Invited To Prince Harry's Wedding

The Royal family has found a way around the delicate problem of whether to invite United States president Donald Trump or his predecessor Barack Obama to Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's wedding - by not inviting either of them. These guests will be a part of the 2500 members of the public and figures from charities the couple supports invited to watch the celebrations on the day.

World News Chinese baby born four years after parents' death
Author: 0 Chinese baby born four years after parents' death

The parents of the couple battled for the next three years to win the rights to four frozen embryos, according to Beijing News . The boy was born in December to a surrogate from Laos and The Beijing News first reported the case this week.

World News Flee Besieged Syrian Towns in Eastern Ghouta, UN Says
Author: 0 Flee Besieged Syrian Towns in Eastern Ghouta, UN Says

It says tens of buses have been sent to the town to pick up prisoners freed by the rebel group and to transport rebel fighters to opposition-held territory in north Syria. Al-Ikhbariya says government forces have granted a two-hour cease-fire to allow rebels to comply. The liberation of Douma came amid the looming threats of a U.S.

World News Pep Guardiola defends Man City spending after Champions League exit
Author: 0 Pep Guardiola defends Man City spending after Champions League exit

The damage to City's European ambitions had been done six days earlier at Anfield where they were beaten 3-0, but there was still an anguished look to the Spaniard after the 2-1 home loss in Tuesday's quarter-final second leg. "We spoke about it beforehand - we know him". All City's breathless efforts were undone when Liverpool got the crucial away goal - Sadio Mane burst into the box, City keeper Ederson dived at his feet but the ball spilled out to Salah who took his time before ...

World News Waste Sector Among Top Five For Gender Pay Gap
Author: 0 Waste Sector Among Top Five For Gender Pay Gap

A spokesman said the business employs 'fewer than ten men'. But what we have learned in the past week is that there is still a huge amount of work to be done to ensure women are paid fairly. The strategy also incorporates mentorship programs, wraparound supports for low-income women, and even encouraging large firms to hit a target of 30 per cent women on private-sector boards.

World News No. 20 UNC men's golf wins Annual Western Intercollegiate by 10 shots
Author: 0 No. 20 UNC men's golf wins Annual Western Intercollegiate by 10 shots

He coached his hometown Worland golf team for six years following two as an assistant to his high school golf coach. In the individual competition, Michael Sharkey finished 11th out of 14 with 8-over-par 144. "I think we have a good shot (of competing for the Big Nine championship)", Andersen said. "Our team is outstanding and we've had another fantastic season".

World News Trump says 'I fight back' in Russian Federation probe
Author: 0 Trump says 'I fight back' in Russian Federation probe

Trump is still expected to travel to his Mar-a-Lago holiday home in Florida on Monday, where a summit with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe will go ahead. His anger had not abated by early on Tuesday. Trump himself tweeted that "Attorney-client privilege is dead!" Trump has vented many times before at what he sees as the utter injustice of the Mueller probe and at his subordinates, like Rosenstein and Attorney General Jeff Sessions.

World News Vladimir Putin speaks out: Russian Federation warns of 'CHAOS' after Trump missiles threat
Author: 0 Vladimir Putin speaks out: Russian Federation warns of 'CHAOS' after Trump missiles threat

Vladimir Shamanov, a retired general who heads the defense affairs committee in the lower house of parliament, said in televised remarks Tuesday that a US strike in Syria could hurt Russian servicemen and trigger retaliation. Putin told the foreign envoys that Russian Federation was ready to hear their constructive initiatives and use them as basis for better ties with other nations.

World News Alberta premier says province prepared to buy Trans Mountain pipeline outright
Author: 0 Alberta premier says province prepared to buy Trans Mountain pipeline outright

Notley made the comments after a meeting in Toronto with federal Finance Minister Bill Morneau. Investors aren't talking a lot of comfort from the Alberta government's proposal to buy the Trans Mountain pipeline. "Is the coastline a Canadian coastline or is it a British Columbia coastline?" he said. Trans Mountain runs from Alberta to British Columbia's coast, and the expansion would almost triple its capacity to carry oil to tidewater.

World News Israel Blasts Syria's Suspected Chem Weapons Use
Author: 0 Israel Blasts Syria's Suspected Chem Weapons Use

Syrian state TV meanwhile quoted the unnamed military official as saying Israeli F-15 warplanes had fired several missiles while flying over neighboring Lebanon. Russian Federation said Monday it had carried out its own probe and concluded there was no evidence . He said the Russian military visited the site of the suspected attack and found no traces of the chemicals.

World News After China's massive drill, US patrols disputed S China Sea
Author: 0 After China's massive drill, US patrols disputed S China Sea

This week it also hosted a global business forum that included a smattering of world leaders, among them Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte, whose country is a U.S. China is entitled to strengthen its defenses on islands in the disputed South China Sea but those measures aren't directed at any specific countries, a defense ministry spokesman said Tuesday, amid the latest surge in tensions in the crucial waterway.

World News Trump cancels Latin America trip to focus on Syria
Author: 0 Trump cancels Latin America trip to focus on Syria

In all, Russian Federation used it veto four times to block draft resolutions seeking to establish investigations of chemical weapons use in Syria's seven-year war. The Syrian government issued a firm denial, describing the claims of poison as "fabrications". Before the resolution vote, Haley called it a "decisive moment" for the Security Council and outlined the key differences between the US and Russian Federation resolutions.