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Sarah Huckabee Sanders is on a White House tightrope
A Look at the Texas Border Town at Center of Nation?s Debate
Of the 3,800 residents of El Cenizo, about 20 percent are undocumented. The town made national headlines this month when its mayor filed a lawsuit against the state to block a new law that bans so-called ?sanctuary cities.?
Dianne Feinstein: ?Comey is in no way a nut job?
The Latest: Plane clips truck at LA airport, 8 injured
Seth Rich Conspiracy Theories Re-Emerge
Mexican mob attacks Russian man in Cancun over insults
Police rescued the Russian, identified as Aleksei Makeev, after the crowd stormed his apartment on Friday night, said Guillermo Brahms, secretary general of Benito Juarez municipality, which encompasses Cancun. The Russian embassy had no immediate comment.
Babysitter Charged After Children, 9 and 6 Years Old, Take Her Car And Crash It
Cathay Pacific to sack 600 staff in major shakeup
Hong Kong's flagship airline Cathay Pacific said Monday it would cut 600 staff including a quarter of its management, as part of its biggest shakeup in two decades to repair its bottom line. In March the company posted its first annual net loss in eight years, citing intense competition as lower cost airlines, particularly from mainland China, eat into its market share. It pledged at the time to slash costs by 30 percent after its $74 million net loss in 2016 reversed a $773 million profit in the previous year.
Venezuela protest: Pro-government supporter set on fire as death toll hits 48
Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro has accused opposition protesters of setting a pro-government supporter on fire on the 50th day of the wave of protests, which has gripped the country. Footage of the man being set alight was broadcasted on state television and the man, identified as Orlando Figuera, 21, has been treated in hospital for severe burns and several stab wounds. According to reports, about 100 people, who were participating in anti-Maduro protests in Caracas, surrounded Mr Figuera, doused him in gasoline and set him alight in Plaza Altamira in the east of the country?s capital.
Breathtaking photography series showcases beauty of night sky in areas with no light pollution
Lockheed Martin, Raytheon And The Future Of Arms Deals In The Middle East
Trump's FBI comments to Russians were aimed at cooperation: aides
By Ginger Gibson and Julia Harte WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. President Donald Trump raised the firing of the FBI director in a meeting with Russia's foreign minister to explain why he had been unable to find areas of cooperation with Moscow, two top administration officials said on Sunday. "The gist of the conversation was that the president feels as if he is hamstrung in his ability to work with Russia to find areas of cooperation because this has been obviously so much in the news," National Security Adviser H.R. McMaster said on ABC's "This Week with George Stephanopoulos" program. On the "Fox News Sunday" show Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said Trump was also trying to convey to the Russians that he was "not going to be distracted by all these issues at home that affect us domestically." Tillerson and McMaster were present at the May 10 meeting where Trump discussed his firing of James Comey, the former director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, with Sergei Lavrov, the Russian foreign minister and Sergei Kislyak, the Russian ambassador to the United States.
'Alt-right' leader loses gym membership after confrontation
Iranian Foreign Minister Mocks Trump's Saudi Arabia Speech
2018 Volvo XC60: First Drive
American Doctor, 50, Dies While Trying to Climb Mount Everest
Rep. Jason Chaffetz says Oversight committee is 'certainly pursuing' Comey documents
House Oversight Committee Chair Rep. Jason Chaffetz, R-Utah, and ranking member Rep. Elijah Cummings, D-Maryland, discuss the latest in the Russia investigation following the announcement of a new special counsel.
China killed or jailed up to 20 US spies in 2010-12: report
Beijing systematically dismantled CIA spying efforts in China beginning in 2010, killing or jailing more than a dozen covert sources, in a deep setback to US intelligence there, The New York Times reported Sunday. The Times, quoting 10 current and former American officials who spoke on condition of anonymity, described the intelligence breach as one of the worst in decades. It said that even now intelligence officials are unsure whether the US was betrayed by a mole within the CIA or whether the Chinese hacked a covert system used by the CIA to communicate with foreign sources.
Three teenagers denied bail in Mississippi boy's shooting death
Dwan Wakefield, 17, D'Allen Washington, 17, and Byron McBride, 19, have been charged with capital murder in the death of Kingston Frazier, who was found fatally shot in the head on Thursday in his mother's car. The three teens did not enter pleas during a court appearance on Monday at the Madison County Justice Court in Canton, Mississippi.
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau 'photobombs' Vancouver students' prom picture
A group of Canadian teenagers preparing for their high school prom welcomed an unexpected guest to their pre-party photoshoot - the country's Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. Dressed in formal wear, the students from Vancouver were preparing to head into their party when they spotted Mr Trudeau jogging nearby. Official photographer to the Prime Minister Adam Scotti tweeted a picture of the moment, captioned: "Prom season in #Vancouver".
Two Killed In Kabul Including One German Woman And A Finnish Woman Kidnapped
Mother from Peru granted stay from deportation
Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus: The final performance
With laughter, hugs and tears ? and the requisite death-defying stunts ? the Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus received its final standing ovation Sunday night as it performed its last show. ?We are, forevermore, the Greatest Show on Earth,? boomed Johnathan Lee Iverson, who has been the ringmaster since 1999. It was an emotional 2 1/2 hours for those who worked on the circus.
Israeli minister expresses concern over U.S.-Saudi arms deal
Israel expressed muted concern on Sunday to a major arms deal between the United States and Saudi Arabia announced a day earlier during the visit to the region by U.S. President Donald Trump. The central achievement of Trump's visit to Saudi Arabia was nearly $110 billion in deals sealed on Saturday in which Riyadh will buy U.S. arms to help it counter Iran, with options running as high as $350 billion over 10 years. Although Israel also sees Iran as a threat to its security, it has a military advantage over the Arab states and has always been concerned about arms sales to them that could possibly narrow the margin separating them.
Shelby unveils Super Snake F-150 Pickup with $96,880 price tag
After all, Shelby is wholly synonymous with the legendary Mustang. Not only has the F-Series been America's favorite truck range for four decades now, the full-size, light-duty F-150 is the biggest-selling vehicle in the United States.
Terrifying Video Shows Sea Lion Dragging Young Girl Into Water
China, Russia launch long-haul challenge to Boeing, Airbus
China and Russia on Monday launched an ambitious project to jointly develop a long-haul jet to challenge Boeing and Airbus, just two weeks after the successful test flight of the first made-in-China large passenger plane. State-run Chinese manufacturer Commercial Aircraft Corporation of China (COMAC) and Russia's United Aircraft Corporation (UAC) said they formally established the previously announced joint venture in Shanghai on Monday.
Parents Arrested After Allegedly Forcing 5-Year-Old To Drink Mouthwash Because He Was Thirsty
UAE minister sees chance for Iran to reset 'troubled' ties with neighbors
A senior United Arab Emirates official said on Sunday the re-election of moderate Iranian President Hassan Rouhani could be a chance for Tehran to reset "its troubled relations" with its neighbors. Relations between Gulf Arab states, including the UAE, have been strained over fears that Tehran was interfering in their affairs, including in Syria and Yemen, fomenting unrest and sectarian tensions. Tehran denies these allegations.
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Police say bomb at Thai hospital wounds more than 20 people
Big game hunter crushed to death by falling elephant that was fatally shot
White House lawyers ?begin research into impeachment procedures?
White House lawyers have reportedly started researching impeachment procedures should an attempt be made to oust Donald Trump from the office of the presidency, according to CNN. Two people briefed on the discussions reportedly told the broadcaster lawyers in the White House counsel?s office have in the past week spoken to impeachment experts to discuss the nature of proceedings, were they to go ahead. A White House official denied the report.
Drowned City: Jordan to Search for Ancient Site's Underwater Remains
This July, archaeologists in Jordan will begin an underwater search for remains of an early Islamic city. Located at the northern tip of the Red Sea, modern-day Aqaba is Jordan's only port. In the Middle Ages, the city was known as Ayla.
Ford names Hackett as CEO to tackle car rivals, Silicon Valley
By David Shepardson and Joseph White WASHINGTON/DEARBORN, Mich. (Reuters) - Ford Motor Co abruptly named James Hackett as chief executive on Monday, responding to investors' growing unease about the U.S. automaker's slumping stock price and its ability to counter threats from longtime rivals and Silicon Valley. Hackett, 62, a turnaround expert who for the past year has led the Ford unit developing self-driving cars and related projects, replaces Mark Fields, 56, who spent less than three years as CEO. Ford Chairman Bill Ford Jr. said he wanted Hackett to speed up decision-making and cut costs, but did not offer specifics on how the new CEO should change operations at the U.S. No. 2 automaker.
First US customer gets keys to Lamborghini Centenario
On a sliding scale, collecting a new minivan is probably towards the lower end of excitement levels, while something like a new luxury SUV is probably a lot higher up the scale. The manufacturer has promised all the Centenario's other US buyers will get their cars before the end of this year. The Lamborghini Centenario is a special model produced by the legendary Italian supercar builder to celebrate the 100th birthday of its founder, Ferruccio Lamborghini.
Some Notre Dame students walk out of commencement where Pence to speak
Woman Arrested After Allegedly Macing Employees At Fast-Food Chain Over Stale French Fries
Iran's Rouhani draws fire from US after election win
Iran's President Hassan Rouhani was still celebrating his resounding re-election victory on Saturday when he came under pressure from the country's long-standing foe the United States. Rouhani, a 68-year-old moderate cleric who spearheaded a 2015 nuclear deal with world powers, said Iranians had chosen the "path of engagement" and rejected extremism after he took 57 percent of the vote against 38 percent for hardline cleric Ebrahim Raisi. "The Iranian people want to live in peace and friendship with the rest of the world, but will not accept any threat or humiliation," Rouhani said on state television.
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Donald Trump nominates Callista Gingrich, wife of Newt Gingrich, as ambassador to the Vatican
Donald Trump has nominated Callista Gingrich, wife of former House Speaker and fervent Trump ally Newt Gingrich, to serve as ambassador to the Vatican. The White House announced the nomination the same day Mr Trump left for his first trip overseas as president, during which he will stop at the Vatican for an audience with the Pope. Some in Washington hope Ms Gingrich will be able to patch up relations between the president and the pontiff, who engaged in a war of words over Mr Trump?s proposed US-Mexico border wall during the campaign.
Towering Rock Once Hidden Beneath Earth Seen from Space
It's no wonder this abrupt landform is the center of a Navajo legend involving a giant bird that turned to stone ? it's impossible to look at the sheer cliffs without wondering what created them. A new view of Shiprock from space offers a few hints. Leading toward the rugged rock formation in San Juan County is a dark dike, a part of the volcano that created the 1,969-foot-tall (600 meters) cliff formation.
Pope names five new cardinals, all from outside Italy and the Vatican
By Philip Pullella VATICAN CITY (Reuters) - Pope Francis is to elevate five Roman Catholic prelates from outside Italy and the Vatican to the rank of cardinal, the elite group of churchmen who are his closest advisers and can enter a conclave to choose his successor. The pope, making the surprise announcement during his weekly Sunday address, said the men came from Mali, Spain, Sweden, Laos and El Salvador. The fact that none of the five are Italian and none hold Vatican positions underscores Francis' conviction that the Church is a global institution that should become increasingly less Italian-centric.
US probes whether Hyundai, Kia recalled engines fast enough
DETROIT (AP) ? The U.S. government is investigating whether Hyundai and Kia moved quickly enough to recall more than 1.6 million cars and SUVs because the engines can stall, increasing the risk of a crash.
The Galaxy Note 8?s design may be just as exciting as the iPhone 8
The Galaxy S8 has a gorgeous design, and it?s all thanks to the Infinity display that makes use of almost the entire front side of the handset. However, reports suggest Samsung could not manufacture the Galaxy S8 that it planned, and had to make various design compromises in order to ship the handset on time. Leaks revealed the Galaxy S8 was supposed to feature a dual rear camera on the back, but Samsung ditched the design. Samsung also wanted to integrate the fingerprint sensor in the Galaxy S8?s display, just like what we're expecting on Apple's iPhone 8, but those plans fell through and the sensor ended up on the back of the phone. This, in turn, forced Samsung to use a single lens camera. The Galaxy Note 8 might fix all that, according to rumors, and there?s a new video to show us what such a device could look like. Created by YouTube channel Concept Creator and based on existing sketches and leaks, the video shows a 3D printed Galaxy Note 8 concept unit that features an all-screen design as well as a vertical dual lens camera on the back. The camera is placed in a central position, where you?d expect to find the camera on a Galaxy phone. But what's most exciting about this leak is that there?s no fingerprint sensor on the back of the handset. Just like Apple, Samsung isn?t likely to ditch the sensor from its future smartphones, which means Samsung would have to embed the sensor into the screen. This year?s iPhone flagship is also expected to have an all-screen design, dual lens camera, and Touch ID sensor under the display. If the rumors are true and Samsung?s Galaxy Note 8 resembles this 3D printed dummy unit, then we may have another phone in stores this year ready to offer the exact same features as the iPhone 8. Check the full clip below. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MBZX4myYbXk
Philippines' Duterte heads to Russia in blow to US
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte flew to Russia on Monday to meet his hero, seek arms and steer his nation's foreign policy further away from longtime ally the United States. The five-day trip will cement a dramatic improvement in relations with Russia since Duterte came to power last year and began unravelling his country's decades-long alliances with the United States, which he accuses of hypocrisy and bullying. "Russia must cease to be at the margins of Philippine diplomacy.
What Are the Best Heart-Healthy Exercises?
Americans are too sedentary, they say -- and fitness is one of the greatest predictors of heart health in middle-aged adults. "Walking is remarkably beneficial," says Dr. Walter C. Willett, professor of medicine at Harvard Medical School and professor of epidemiology and nutrition at Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health. A National Runners' and Walkers' Health Study comparing runners and walkers found that runners who ran an hour a day reduced their risk of heart disease by 4.5 percent, while walkers who used the same amount of calories reduced their risk of heart disease by 9 percent.
EU warns France and Spain on deficits, clears Portugal
The EU on Monday kept France and Spain on notice for excessive public spending, but absolved bailed-out Portugal after it stayed within the bloc's deficit limit for the first time since 2007. The European Commission, giving its opinions as part of its annual assessment of EU national budgets, also singled out Italy for running a worryingly high public debt. It said Portugal had left the commission's so-called excessive deficit procedure, becoming the first bailed-out nation from the eurozone debt crisis to fall back into the bloc's economic good graces.