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by | January 26, 2018 | 02:24

Grassley's statement came amid increasing partisan rancor in Congress over the investigations of the intelligence community's finding that Russian Federation sought to interfere in the 2016 election to boost Trump, and whether Trump associates colluded with Moscow.

by | January 26, 2018 | 02:20

Jarosik says she was rendered "sick, sore, lame, disabled and disordered, both internally and externally and suffered from extreme emotional distress". Jarosik claims that after she learned of allegations against Simmons made by other women, she contacted him to discuss what happened, but Simmons "pretended it never happened".

by | January 26, 2018 | 02:19

The ECJ said the law student can not initiate a class action on behalf of other Facebook users who made similar claims about privacy and data rights. Schrems had sought to claim 500 euros ($620) in damages for each of the signatories to his lawsuit, but Facebook argued the Austrian courts had no jurisdiction and that Schrems could not benefit from consumer protection laws.

by | January 26, 2018 | 02:17

The FT reported that women working at this year's black-tie event were given short, tight, black dresses, black high heels and a black belt resembling a corset. Prime Minister Theresa May's spokesman said Johnson had not known about the prize. Zahawi told the BBC's Newsnight: "I didn't stay long enough to really comment on the occasion".

by | January 26, 2018 | 02:21

There is no tsunami threat, according to the U.S. Tsunami Warning System. Residents across the region took to Twitter in the early hours of Thursday to share what they felt. A magnitude 5.8 natural disaster struck about 50 miles off the coast of Eureka just before 8:40 a.m. Thursday, according to the U.S. Geological Survey.

by | January 26, 2018 | 02:06

The report details the difficulties May has encountered in working with Trump, including how the president often interrupts the Conservative Party leader and speaks in monologues that allow her to talk only for "five or 10 seconds", one person familiar with the conversations said.

by | January 26, 2018 | 02:07

Trump is scheduled to meet with UK Prime Minister Theresa May following his arrival at the summit on Thursday. Form for signing up for free newsletter. There is broad concern in European capitals that 2018 could be the year Trump's bark on trade turns into bite, as he considers punitive measures on steel and threatens to end the 90s-era North American Free Trade Agreement with Canada and Mexico.

by | January 26, 2018 | 01:42

Around 12 per cent of secondaries in the country have achieved this score. Many Banburyshire secondaries scored above the English state school average of 46.3, with Chipping Norton School getting the highest of 52.4. The Grove School in Shrewsbury had the highest average grade of C+ at A-Level for a maintained school, while Newport Girls High was recorded at B, and Thomas Telford and Adams Grammar School were both B-.

by | January 26, 2018 | 01:41

The museum had installed the toilet "for all to use in the privacy of one of the Guggenheim's single-stall, gender-neutral bathrooms, Spector wrote in a blog post in 2017". According to a blog post written by Spector, the concept for the golden toilet was proposed around the time that Trump announced his candidacy in 2015.

by | January 26, 2018 | 01:33

One of the cases against Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu is almost certain to result in a felony indictment against the PM after the state's case was cemented by testimony from his former chief of staff according to local media.

by | January 26, 2018 | 01:02

Frightening video has emerged, showing a shootout at an intersection in Pensacola, Florida . A passenger in the targeted vehicle, described by authorities as a gold Toyota, immediately jumps out and takes cover behind a red pickup truck.

by | January 26, 2018 | 00:28

It is not safe for refugee Rohingya Muslims to return to their homes yet, UNICEF deputy executive director Justin Forsyth said. The governments of Myanmar and Bangladesh have agreed to begin repatriating hundreds of thousands of Rohingya refugees over the next two years, but rights groups warn that the process is beginning too quickly , and without adequate input from United Nations agencies risks forcing refugees to return against their will or facing further violence.

by | January 25, 2018 | 21:38

He said: "This is extremely distressing for our clients as yet again they have not been informed about developments in the Worboys case. He knows where so many of his victims live". It is not clear if the investigation would affect Worboys's release from prison but it is probable that if he were charged with a further offence parole would be halted.

by | January 25, 2018 | 18:49

The pro-Kannda outfits are demanding Prime Minister Narendra Modi's mediation in the matter. The Mahaydai Water Disputes Tribunal, headed by J.N. Panchal, on July 28, 2016 rejected the state's petition for releasing the river water, citing various grounds, including ecological damage the twin canal projects may cause.

by | January 25, 2018 | 17:53

The Trump team has come to Davos to take a victory lap after passage of a major reduction in US taxes and a rollback in regulations. Trump is set to face a mixed welcome at the Davos gathering, coming up against the defenders of globalisation as well as global executives delighted with his controversial tax reforms.

by | January 25, 2018 | 17:41

Incumbent President Abdel-Fattah al-Sisi on Wednesday formally lodged a candidacy request with Egypt's official electoral commission with a view to running for a second term in office. Anan's candidacy coincided with a moment of unusual flux in the top ranks of Egypt's security services. Anan served as army chief-of-staff from 2005 to 2012 before being dismissed by Mohamed Morsi , Egypt's first-ever democratically elected civilian president.

by | January 25, 2018 | 17:38

A major eruption of the Philippines' most active volcano is imminent, causing tens of thousands of residents to flee the area. Mayon's unrest has displaced about 75,500 people, the majority of whom are in evacuation centers, where children lined up for meals and parents braced for the possibility of a long stay away from home.

by | January 25, 2018 | 17:25

At a special party congress in the western city of Bonn, 372 out of 642 party delegates backed the Social Democratic Party (SPD) chief Martin Schulz's push to approve a preliminary coalition deal painstakingly hammered out with Merkel's Christian Democratic Union Christian Social Union (CSU) bloc.

by | January 25, 2018 | 17:20

White House press secretary Sarah Sanders said Tuesday that Trump 'wants to see this end, and he wants to see them finally come to the same conclusion that I think most everyone in America has, that there is nothing to this'. "Stating the existence of something happening is very different than having helped make it happen, and you can't conflate the two", she said. The reason Trump's lawyers have been hesitant to let him talk to Mueller, except under tightly controlled circumstances, ...

by | January 25, 2018 | 17:07

Last week, a large part of the media ecosystem seemed to totally flip out following Facebook's announcement that it was going to effectively de-prioritize news content in favor of content from friends and family . Zuckerberg says the Facebook community will determine which news organizations are trustworthy. According to a report published by Telegraph , the survey carries two questions, i.e., "Do you recognize the following websites", and "How much do you trust each of these domains".

by | January 25, 2018 | 17:00

Ross then cited a study of more than 20 products that showed China had higher tariffs on all but two items on the list, and Europe all but four. Now it appears the President, who is due in Davos later today, is ready to make good on his campaign promises, even if it risks damaging the US's fragile economic recovery.

by | January 25, 2018 | 16:36

Nine journalists from leading newspapers, online media outlets and television channels in Mumbai had gone to the High Court against the ban on any reporting on the case in which several police officers, retired and serving, are among the accused.

by | January 25, 2018 | 16:33

Trump's remarks came after the Justice Department confirmed Tuesday that Attorney General Jeff Sessions was interviewed for several hours last week by the special counsel's office. He was sacked from the White House after misleading the vice president. White House Special Counsel Ty Cobb later qualified the president's remarks, telling ABC News that Mr.

by | January 25, 2018 | 16:17

Boris Johnson serves as Foreign Secretary under British Prime Minister Theresa May. . She was exhumed in 1975 when the church was renovated. Details in those records led researchers to suspects that the spot where the body was found was the final resting place of Anna Catharina Bischoff, a Basel gentlewoman who died in 1787.

by | January 25, 2018 | 16:00

Seconds later, Arizona Department of Public Safety troopers swarmed the vehicle while onlookers pointed at the suspect. Investigators say the suspect was on the phone with law enforcement during the chase. The vehicle then plowed head-on into another auto and rolled over multiple times, resting back on four wheels. "The suspect veered to the right and rammed one of our patrol cars and continued southbound at a high rate of speed".

by | January 25, 2018 | 15:45

He could also face questions from Mueller about the Trump campaign's alleged but unproven links with Russian Federation. The full scope of Mr Mueller's investigation - which involves dozens of witness interviews and hundreds of thousands of documents - is unknown.

by | January 25, 2018 | 15:25

Michael Froman, U.S. Trade Representative under Obama, tells us that Trump in Davos "is like going into the belly of the beast and laying out his alternative vision of the world". Achieving prosperity will be more achievable if countries cooperate with one another, she said, continuing to warn that there is a "grave danger" that inward-looking countries will be "left behind".

by | January 25, 2018 | 15:10

Justice Department spokesman Ian Prior said Tuesday that Sessions has been interviewed in special counsel Robert Mueller's Russian Federation investigation. A focus on potential obstruction has been evident nearly since Mueller's appointment as special counsel. Attorney General Jeff Sessions was recently questioned for hours by Mueller's team regarding the Russian Federation investigation.

by | January 25, 2018 | 15:07

The rule was applied to journalists gathering to cover Pence's visit, effectively forcing women to stand behind men, leaving them with worse access. Arab lawmakers in Israel's parliament were tossed out from the house on Monday for heckling US Vice President Mike Pence at the start of his speech .

by | January 25, 2018 | 15:07

Bob Menendez of some corruption charges he was facing, an unusual legal move that may shorten his coming retrial. The original trial; last fall, ended after the jury failed to reach a unanimous verdict on any of the eighteen counts in the case.

by | January 25, 2018 | 15:08

And in the second call, 'I am on my way right now to gun the f**king CNN cast down. Evangelist Franklin Graham defended President Donald Trump on CNN late Tuesday, saying "all of us are sinners" and "he's not the pastor of this country".

by | January 25, 2018 | 15:06

President of France Emmanuel Macron told the Davos summit that globalization was facing a crisis which required a response from companies, government and other decision makers.Macron said he was determined to show that he stood beside those left behind by globalization spanning both the middle and working class.

by | January 25, 2018 | 14:59

Kerry asked the Palestinians to "not yield" to Trump's demands and to "hold on and be strong" in the wake of Trump's pro-Israel moves in the region. Former US Secretary of State John Kerry urged Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas to propose a "reasonable" peace plan, vowing to exert efforts to garner global support for it.

by | January 25, 2018 | 14:17

Trump's comments come amid a flurry of developments in the Russian Federation inquiry, including confirmation Tuesday that Attorney General Jeff Sessions and Comey have both been interviewed by Mueller. President Trump said he's not anxious about what his attorney general may have said. Despite Mueller securing federal indictments against four of Trump's associates, the President has maintained that the probe is a "political witch hunt" cooked up by Democrats.

by | January 25, 2018 | 13:55

At least eight people remain in critical condition after the crash. Prosecutors at the scene said at least three people were killed, 10 were seriously injured and dozens more slightly injured. A spokesman for Ferrovie dello Stato, the state-owned company which manages Italy's railway infrastructure, confirmed that an accident had occurred in Pioltello, some 40 kilometres from Milan, without giving details.