• US Senators Find 'Ample Evidence' of Russian Campaign Against 2016 Election
US Senators Find 'Ample Evidence' of Russian Campaign Against 2016 Election

The Senate Intelligence Committee released a report on Tuesday revealing the results of its investigation into Russian attacks on US voting systems leading up to the 2016 presidential election . "The Committee does not know whether the Russian government-affiliated actors meant to exploit vulnerabilities during the 2016 elections and decided aga...

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  • Man used white supremacist group to hire
Man used white supremacist group to hire "hit man" for black neighbor

Lecroy also wanted a "flaming cross" in the front yard and the would-be victim hung from a tree. Court documents show the supposed hit man contacted through a white supremacist group was really an undercover officer, and 25-year-old Brandon Lecroy was charged with murder for hire.

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  • Trump, Xi agree to keep sanctions on N. Korea until it denuclearizes
Trump, Xi agree to keep sanctions on N. Korea until it denuclearizes

Trump and Xi "agreed on the importance of continued implementation of sanctions on North Korea until it permanently dismantles its nuclear and missile programs", it said. "The two sides' teams can maintain communication, and strive to find appropriate ways to resolve issues and achieve win-win outcomes", Xi said. Beijing has countered with its ...

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  • Former CIA agent spied for China
Former CIA agent spied for China

It is not known why the Federal Bureau of Investigation waiting so long after uncovering the notebooks to arrest Lee; however, it is also not clear how frequently he traveled to the us, where his eventual arrest took place. According to the indictment, two Chinese intelligence officers in 2010 offered Lee money in exchange for information. 'Con...

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  • UF faculty member who grabbed graduates put on paid leave
UF faculty member who grabbed graduates put on paid leave

He added, "Here is a collage I made, showing the staff member at UF dealing with students of all races who are showboating on stage". Here's the problem: Black students weren't the only students rushed, pushed, or manhandled off the stage, it would seem.

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  • Light Sweet Revenge: Iran Reportedly Markets New Oil Brand Amid Sanctions Threat
Light Sweet Revenge: Iran Reportedly Markets New Oil Brand Amid Sanctions Threat

Though Iran is the third largest oil supplier to India, a top official of Indian Oil said the USA sanctions would not impact India's oil purchases from Iran as the country pays in euros. "The oil supply/demand balance is roughly in balance now, but it could turn to a complete supply shortage (in case of new supply curbs)". Industry insiders say t...

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  • Thunder forward Paul George undergoes left knee scope
Thunder forward Paul George undergoes left knee scope

Earlier in the day, George posted a picture of himself on Instagram in what appeared to be a hospital with the caption "Good Spirits". On Wednesday, he underwent a successful scope of his left knee, according to the Thunder. Last weekend, George celebrated his 28th birthday with Russell Westbrook by playing paintball at Hollywood Sports Paintba...

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  • Large Applebee's franchise filing bankruptcy in 15 states, including IL and Missouri
Large Applebee's franchise filing bankruptcy in 15 states, including IL and Missouri

The petition said the estimated number of creditors is between 5,000 and 10,000. Dine Global Brands, the parent company of Applebee's, closed almost 100 locations last year and said it planned to close another 60 to 80 this year. RMH operates Applebee's restaurants in St. Joseph and Maryville, according to the franchisee's website. The company ...

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  • Macron, Rouhani agree on nuclear deal implementation
Macron, Rouhani agree on nuclear deal implementation

Although Trump gave no explicit evidence that Iran violated the deal, he said Iran had clearly lied in the past and could not be trusted. The US move can hardly have come as a surprise - Trump had made clear his contempt for Obama's most significant worldwide achievement, an agreement the US leader referred to as the "worst deal ever", an...

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  • Massive pollen storm caught on video
Massive pollen storm caught on video

In a video posted on Facebook by Jennifer Henderson, a massive cloud of pollen could be seen coming off a tree that was bumped by a backhoe. "It was like three seasons in one week", said Julia Lowe Ehrhardt, program coordinator with Tyler Arboretum in Middletown Township , according to Fox29 .

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  • Tennis player Serena Williams withdraws from Italian Open
Tennis player Serena Williams withdraws from Italian Open

She made her comeback in action from March after the birth of her daughter last September. The 23-time Grand Slam champion has not played a match on clay since reaching the final at Roland Garros in 2016. Williams is a four-time victor of the Rome event, which takes place from 14-20 May. The Italian Open is held from 14 to 20 May, a week before...

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  • Florida grandma's slap doesn't warrant jail time
Florida grandma's slap doesn't warrant jail time

Apparently, there are "strict domestic violence laws" that prohibits hitting of any kind-and obviously without consideration of a 95-year-old woman who was just trying to help her grandchild become a contributing member of society. "I ain't got nothing to pay bill on air condition all the time for her to go into the room", Reynolds added. She ...

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  • Congress using fake voters ID to rig Karnataka elections: Amit Shah
Congress using fake voters ID to rig Karnataka elections: Amit Shah

In a twist to the case of almost 10,000 voter id cards found in a flat located in the Rajarajeshwari Nagar , a photograph of alleged flat tenant Rakesh, who is son of a former BJP corporator has gone viral, raising suspicions of the role of BJP leaders in the case.

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  • Lava from Hawaii volcano swallows vehicle
Lava from Hawaii volcano swallows vehicle

U.S. Army National Guard First Lt. Aaron Hew Len takes measurements for sulfur dioxide gas at volcanic fissures in the Leilani Estates neighborhood in the aftermath of eruptions from the Kilauea volcano on Hawaii's Big Island on May 8, 2018 in Pahoa, Hawaii.

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  • Man wanted for brutal killing of Utah teen caught in southern Colorado
Man wanted for brutal killing of Utah teen caught in southern Colorado

The Salt Lake City Police department announced the news at 12:30 p.m. Wednesday and promised that updated information will follow. Police officially named him as a suspect in Baleigh's murder after the arrest and said at a press conference Wednesday that tips had led them to consider him a suspect.

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  • Cops respond to black student sleeping in Yale common room
Cops respond to black student sleeping in Yale common room

I am not going to justify my existence here. Lolade Siyonbola posted two videos of Monday's encounter on her Facebook page, including part of a conversation with a white woman who told Siyonbola she was calling police after finding her in the room at Yale's Hall of Graduate Studies.

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  • After Trump Announcement of Withdrawal From Iran Deal New Ambassador Threatens Germany
After Trump Announcement of Withdrawal From Iran Deal New Ambassador Threatens Germany

U.S. Ambassador Ric Grenell has warned German companies not to do business in Iran. As @ realDonaldTrump said, United States sanctions will target critical sectors of Iran's economy. The foreign ministers of both France and Germany say they are going to hold on to this atomic contract with Iran, " regardless of the coming USA choice about whet...

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  • Brit street on LOCKDOWN after 'gunshots' heard
Brit street on LOCKDOWN after 'gunshots' heard

Eyewitnesses described the incident as "scary" and said they heard up to 20 rounds being fired from the balcony of a residential property. "Officers are now negotiating with the man as they work to resolve the situation". "Police told me to stay in my house". The resident continued saying he heard a man call out that he needed medical treatment...

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  • Starz announces 'Outlander' season 4 premiere, renews for seasons 5 and 6
Starz announces 'Outlander' season 4 premiere, renews for seasons 5 and 6

Outlander Season 4 is still now in production in Scotland and will follow Claire and Jamie as they embark on a new adventure in a whole new world: colonial America. Thus, the Seasons 5 renewal is not a particular surprise, though the Season 6 renewal certainly speaks to the faith Starz has in this show. "I have no doubt we are doing a season 5".

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  • Germany: We will remain committed to nuclear deal
Germany: We will remain committed to nuclear deal

The pact was created to prevent Iran from obtaining a nuclear bomb. Expressing concerns over "a risk of confrontation" and "a setback for peace", Le Drian, along with his German and British counterparts, said he would meet Iranian officials on Monday to discuss the situation.

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  • Season over at Bayern for Neuer, doubts over World Cup
Season over at Bayern for Neuer, doubts over World Cup

He has been back in training with Bayern, but Heynckes has told kicker that he won't play in the final Bundesliga game of the season on Saturday against Stuttgart - although he left the door open for Neuer to play some part in the German Cup final against Eintracht Frankfurt on May 19.

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  • Storms possible overnight, some severe Wednesday
Storms possible overnight, some severe Wednesday

Severe chances ought to be a bit lower east of Interstate 95, because storms may not arrive in that area until after the peak heat of the day. The ingredients are here for thunderstorms this afternoon and evening to be able to produce widely scattered areas of severe weather.

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  • Indian refiners in no rush to seek alternatives to Iranian oil
Indian refiners in no rush to seek alternatives to Iranian oil

U.S. West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude futures were up 1.43 dollars per barrel, or 2.1 per cent, at 70.49 dollars a barrel, near highs also last seen in late 2014. The result has been a sharp increase in prices, which has been broadly welcomed by OPEC members, especially Saudi Arabia, which needs the revenues to pay for its ambitious transformati...

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  • Blatter Opposes World Cup Multiple Co-Hosting
Blatter Opposes World Cup Multiple Co-Hosting

Despite Mexico already hosting the football showpiece twice and the U.S hosting in 1994, a coalition bid between Mexico, the United States and Canada are favourites to host the 2026 tournament. De María said the United States government's assurances that it would allow entry to "all eligible athletes, officials and fans from all countries aroun...

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  • Amber Portwood Gives Birth to Baby #2
Amber Portwood Gives Birth to Baby #2

And now, the Teen Mom OG kiddo is bonding with her real-life sibling. The newborn baby joins his big sister Leah (9), whom Amber shares with ex-fiance Gary Shirley . "And I was happy in about 30 minutes". "I needed to see where I was in my head and it's a lovely thing because I just feel better". 'I had a concern with my depression when I ...

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