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Global Media Trump adviser Roger Stone reacts to Comey congressional testimony
Author: 0 Trump adviser Roger Stone reacts to Comey congressional testimony

Stone said he's aware that he's under investigation by the FBI, but that he has not spoken to the bureau. It was pointed out to Stone that Comey was not involved in those incidents. Roger Stone, a pro-Trump provocateur, who claimed to have communicated with Russian hackers, was repeatedly mentioned at the hearing. U.S. intelligence officials believe Guccifer 2.0 to be a front for Russian intelligence.

Global Media Taiwan Launches Submarine Building Project to Boost National Defense
Author: 0 Taiwan Launches Submarine Building Project to Boost National Defense

The nation is hoping to build its first homegrown submarines within eight years and commission them into service within a decade, the shipbuilder tasked with carrying out the program said yesterday. The relations between both countries deteriorated further in the beginning of 2017 as a result of Tsai's contacts with U.S. officials, including the newly elected President Donald Trump.

Global Media Target Opening in Herald Square
Author: 0 Target Opening in Herald Square

Last month, Target executives warned investors to brace for lower profits while it invests in improving its supply chain and stores, many of which CEO Brian Cornell recognized were "old, tired". Still-smaller Target stores are in the works: one at Gary Barnett's 400 E. 14th St. that will open in 2018, and one at 615 10th Ave.in Hell's Kitchen that will open in 2019.

Author: 0 Britain to launch European Union exit process on Mar 29

The Prime Minister will deliver her letter triggering Article 50 to President Tusk on the Wednesday, and deliver a statement to the House of Commons announce the move. The summit will give European Union negotiator Michel Barnier a framework to deal with the British side. A total of 71 per cent of voters want mobile phone companies to stick to European Union rules that limit the cost of calls overseas, while 68 per cent hope to see British airlines following European Union rules on ...

Global Media Mother of two raped by five men in Delhi, accused arrested
Author: 0 Mother of two raped by five men in Delhi, accused arrested

The 17-second clip shows two men outside a building and looking upwards. She immediately threw a shirt and pyjama towards her from her balcony. The woman is then seen falling from the building and landing on a staircase below. Vikas then said he would drop one of them in Pandav Nagar first and the three forcibly took her inside, The Times of India reported. The five men - Lakshya, Vikas, Naveen, Swarit and Prateek - have been booked for gang rape, illegal confinement and unnatural sex.

Global Media Sri Lankan Navy arrests 10 Indian fishermen
Author: 0 Sri Lankan Navy arrests 10 Indian fishermen

The fishermen, who set sail from Rameswaram fishing base, were arrested by the Sri Lankan navy in the early hours of Tuesday. Raju alleged that though the fishermen had been shot dead in Indian waters near Adam's bridge, the accused had not been arrested by the Indian authorities.

Author: 0 Retail Sales Soar in January

The data follows recent stronger-than-expected results for wholesale and manufacturing sales, trade and job creation. That would top the Bank of Canada's forecast for 2.5 percent. Sales increased in 10 of the 11 sub-sectors on the month which suggests a wider base of sales strength than seen in the wholesales sales report for the month where sales growth was even more concentrated in motor vehicles.

Author: 0 Wyclef Jean Arrested for Being Black

Before he was asked to identify himself, he was handcuffed, but wasn't told why. The encounter with the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department prompted the hip-hop artist to share an 18-second clip of the incident on his Twitter account and complain that "I was treated like a criminal" in a case of mistaken identity.

Global Media Saraki, Senators move to suspend ex-majority leader Ndume
Author: 0 Saraki, Senators move to suspend ex-majority leader Ndume

The Nigerian senate is to investigate its president, Bukola Saraki, over an allegation that an impounded sports utility vehicle imported into the country with fake documents belonged to him. He explained that, "over time, when the online newspaper lacks patronage, they stir up issues against me to attract traffic, unfortunately, there is no monetary compensation between us", he said.

Global Media Finsbury Park toddler death: Man charged with murder
Author: 0 Finsbury Park toddler death: Man charged with murder

The twins, Gabriel and Maria, were rushed to hospital where the boy died on Sunday while the girl remains critically injured, said the police. Scotland Yard said a post-mortem examination on the boy is scheduled to take place at a central London hospital on Tuesday.

Author: 0 Brexit begins on Mar 29

On the EU side of things the European Commission will lead negotiations, but the final agreement will require consent from European Parliament, which consists of hundreds of MEPs from every member of the EU. Article 50 forbids any talk on the terms of departure until formal notification of withdrawal is given. Scottish voters backed remaining in the European Union by 62 percent to 38 percent in the Brexit vote last June, compared to the final result for the whole of Britain of 52 percent to ...

Global Media YS Vivekananda Reddy loses MLC election
Author: 0 YS Vivekananda Reddy loses MLC election

The TDP candidate M Ravindranath Reddy alias B.Tech Ravi defeated YSRCP candidate Y S Vivekananda Reddy by 34 votes. Interestingly YSRCP candidate Y S Vivekananda Reddy is the paternal uncle of Mr Reddy. The YSRC leaders, after the results of Teachers' MLC polls were out, criticized the ruling party, saying that, TDP would have lost in MLC elections, as well, if it had not achieved success of the Cross Voting, by devious means.

Author: 0 Brexit: What happens after Article 50?

The Pound Sterling fell half a cent against the dollar on what Brexit minister David Davis described as a move taking Britain to "the threshold of the most important negotiation for this country for a generation". For their part, several European officials have said they are poised and ready to get negotiations underway. The PM's spokesman announced this morning that May will make a statement to the House of Commons on the same day to notify MPs she has begun Brexit talks.

Global Media USA nuclear envoy meets S. Korean presidential contenders
Author: 0 USA nuclear envoy meets S. Korean presidential contenders

The video follows US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson's visit to South Korea last week, where he said the US had not ruled out military action against the North. On Monday, North Korean KCNA news agency cited an anonymous Foreign Ministry official who said Washington must accept that Pyongyang is a nuclear-capable power that "has the will and capability to fully respond to any war the US would like to ignite".

Author: 0 Confirmed: TSA bans gear bigger than phones from plane cabins

It will apply to non-stop flights to the U.S. from 10 global airports serving the cities of Cairo in Egypt; Amman in Jordan; Kuwait City in Kuwait; Casablanca in Morocco; Doha in Qatar; Riyadh and Jeddah in Saudi Arabia; Istanbul in Turkey; and Abu Dhabi and Dubai in the United Arab Emirates , according to a USA official.

Author: 0 The 10 biggest statements from Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch's Senate hearing

Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch emphasized the need for judicial independence as the Senate Judiciary Committee opened its confirmation hearing on Monday . Blumenthal said it was not "idle speculation" to suggest the Supreme Court might be asked to enforce a subpoena against Trump, citing FBI Director James Comey's testimony before Congress on Monday confirming an ongoing investigation into alleged collusion between Trump's presidential campaign and Russian Federation.

Global Media Scottish parliament begins debate on new independence referendum
Author: 0 Scottish parliament begins debate on new independence referendum

The Scottish parliament is expected to vote today to endorse Sturgeon's call for a second vote, less than three years after Scots rejected independence in a 2014 referendum. Appearing on the BBC's Westminster Hour last night, SNP MP Stephen Gethins urged Theresa May to negotiate "openly and honestly" with Sturgeon on the referendum date and added: "We're dealing with reasonable people".

Author: 0 Former CIA chief: Trump should 'apologise' to Obama

At the White House some of Trump's advisers have told friends that Trump's Twitter habits are makes their jobs harder, with some feeling like they're acting as "human shields" when they are forced to go before the cameras and defend the president.

Author: 0 Paul Manafort faces fresh accusations in Ukraine after document find

White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer diminished the role of former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort, remarks made at the same time as a House Intelligence Committee hearing investigated whether campaign aides colluded with Russian Federation during last year's presidential race.

Global Media ED arrests sand mining baron Sekhar Reddy
Author: 0 ED arrests sand mining baron Sekhar Reddy

Tamil Nadu's sand mining baron Sekhar Reddy has been arrested again on Monday after a fresh investigation for illegal money exchange case. Based on the CBI FIR, the Enforcement Directorate registered a case on December 20 against Reddy and his business partner Sreenivasulu.

Global Media An unhealthy care act
Author: 0 An unhealthy care act

If these tax cuts were part of tax reform legislation rather than being in the health bill, Republican leaders would have to offset their cost on the tax side to maintain revenue neutrality, as they have said they would do, limiting how sharply they can cut tax rates.

Global Media Merkel ally says Turkey's Erdogan
Author: 0 Merkel ally says Turkey's Erdogan "not welcome" in Germany

Germany has bristled at Mr Erdoğan's Nazi taunts and Mrs Merkel said the insults must stop "no ifs, no buts". Authorities in Germany have blocked some Turkish ministers from holding rallies, infuriating Ankara. Erdogan has accused Germany of hypocrisy for banning events among his supporters while allowing a protest march by Turkish Kurds in Frankfurt over the weekend, at which symbols of the Kurdish separatist organization PKK were displayed.

Global Media Iraqi forces push into Old Mosul
Author: 0 Iraqi forces push into Old Mosul

MOSUL, Iraq Iraqi government forces attempted to evacuate civilians from Mosul's Islamic State-held Old City on Tuesday so that troops could clear the area, but militant snipers hampered the effort, Iraqi officers said. Located on the west bank of the River Tigris which divides the city, the densely populated old centre is hard for armoured vehicles to navigate and any use of heavy weapons there risks putting civilian lives in danger.

Global Media Singapore ranked world's most expensive city
Author: 0 Singapore ranked world's most expensive city

According to the findings of the Worldwide Cost of Living Survey , London fell from sixth to 24th, a drop of 18 places and its lowest ranking since 1997 whilst Manchester fell 25 places to 51st, the biggest decline for any city included in the survey.

Global Media Syria Kurds say they will train with Russian forces
Author: 0 Syria Kurds say they will train with Russian forces

Hostilities between the two groups have increased since Turkey deployed its military in support of Syrian opposition forces in the north of the country past year. Moscow denied sending troops into Afrian. Hemo said YPG militia would storm Raqqa alongside Arab fighters in the US -backed Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF).

Global Media British banks processed $740 million laundered Russian money
Author: 0 British banks processed $740 million laundered Russian money

The stories below explain how more than $20.8 billion was taken out of Russian Federation and laundered, who got the money, and why some of the world's largest banks failed to shut the scheme down. would allow the progression of an investigation". Spokesmen for the other banks declined to comment or didn't immediately respond to messages from Bloomberg seeking comment.

Global Media Theresa May Speaks Out About Her First Meeting with President Trump
Author: 0 Theresa May Speaks Out About Her First Meeting with President Trump

Interviewer Gaby Wood, who visited 10 Downing Street a few days after the Washington visit, quizzed May about whether she challenged Trump on his comments she had previously described as "unacceptable" about women. The Prime Minister backed her predecessor David Cameron at last year's EU membership referendum and stressed the importance of remaining in the European single market.

Author: 0 Spicer Pressed on Why Trump's Golf Trips Are Different Than Obama's

After the McIlroy news, Sanders said the president "intended to play a few holes and chose to play longer". Napolitano was conspicuously missing from the network's coverage of the confirmation hearings on Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch - an event in which he typically would have played a significant role.

Author: 0 Fox News Pulls Judge Andrew Napolitano Following Controversial Trump Wiretapping Claims

Rogers, asked in the same hearing whether he agreed that the allegation about the British was "nonsense", responded "yes". Attorney General Jeff Sessions, who oversees the Justice Department and was a staunch Trump supporter during the presidential campaign, said last week the president never gave him any reason to believe he was wiretapped in the weeks before the November election.

Author: 0 US Bans Tablets and Laptops on Flights From Eight Middle Eastern Countries

In a statement released Monday, the airline cited "instructions from concerned us departments" as the reason it wouldn't allow passengers to carry electronics on their person during flights to and from the United States. DHS in a statement said the ban "seeks to balance risk with impacts to the traveling public and has determined that cell phones and smart phones will be allowed in accessible property at this time".

Global Media The path to NCAA gymnastics finals go through Emerald City
Author: 0 The path to NCAA gymnastics finals go through Emerald City

Alabama does not have to win its NCAA Gymnastics Regional Championship meet. Alabama will be joined by No. 2 seed Michigan, No. 3 seed Southern Utah as well as George Washington , host school West Virginia and Kent State. The top-18 teams in the nation by regional qualifying score are seeded into the six regional sites. Lewis, who competed in the all-around during her first two regional appearances, will participant on the vault (9.720), uneven bars (9.640) and floor exercise (9.755) at the ...

Author: 0 TSA bans large electronic devices on airlines from 13 countries

Devices such as tablets, portable DVD players, laptops and cameras will have to be checked under the directive. Royal Jordanian told its passengers that the ban includes laptops, tablets, and video games, but does not include smartphones or medical devices.

Global Media S. Korea's duty free stores hit by China's apparent retaliation to THAAD
Author: 0 S. Korea's duty free stores hit by China's apparent retaliation to THAAD

In the past few months, the Chinese government has imposed various trade restrictions in the tourism and retail sectors in apparent retaliations against the deployment of the Terminal High Altitude Area Defense system, or Thaad. Vietnam's Prime Minister sought support for the nation's stance in the South China Sea when he met South Korea's foreign minister in Hanoi on Monday.

Author: 0 F1 Australian GP: Criticism could drive Hamilton out of F1 - Ecclestone

In 2016, the two drivers, Hamilton and Rosberg, who were both involved in a tough head-to-head battle for the world championship, and as a result did not enjoy the greatest of relationships. From what we have seen so far in the pre-season testing, this season could be much more competitive. For Damon Hill, he is convinced that Hamilton did the right thing of putting his interests first since the constructor's championship is already secured.

Global Media Adobe unveils TubeMogul plan - launches 'Advertising' Cloud
Author: 0 Adobe unveils TubeMogul plan - launches 'Advertising' Cloud

Comprised of Adobe Marketing Cloud , Adobe Advertising Cloud and Adobe Analytics Cloud , Experience Cloud is built on the Adobe Cloud Platform, Adobe's underlying, cross-cloud architecture that unifies content and data. All these solutions are built upon Adobe's robust and scalable Cloud Platform. It includes Adobe Experience Manager, Adobe Target, Adobe Campaign, Adobe Social, and Adobe Primetime.

Global Media Germany's Social Democrats overtake Merkel's conservatives - INSA poll
Author: 0 Germany's Social Democrats overtake Merkel's conservatives - INSA poll

At an SPD party meeting in Berlin, he denounced Eurosceptics and the "racist" rhetoric of US President Donald Trump. Since then, the Social Democrats have enjoyed a surge in the polls that's been attributed to the "Schulz effect". Mr Schultz also said that as leader of the EU Parliament he had always stood up "to those who attempt to destroy this project of unity". Ahead of Sunday's convention, SPD General Secretary Katarina Barley said the party had seen 13,000 new members join this year.

Global Media SC notice to Centre, RBI over plea on old currency deposits
Author: 0 SC notice to Centre, RBI over plea on old currency deposits

The Prime Minister's address to the nation on the evening of November 8 previous year on demonetisation and subsequent notification of the federal bank that devalued currency notes can be exchanged at RBI offices even up to March 31, 2017 were valid assurances which stood breached by the ordinance, the counsel for petitioner, Sudha Mishra, had said.

Author: 0 Fox News suspends Judge Andrew Napolitano over Trump wiretapping claims

The White House on Monday denied allegations of collusion. During questioning at today's House Intelligence hearing into Russian interference of the presidential election, National Security Agency Director Mike Rogers was asked about the baseless claim repeated by the White House that British spy agency GCHQ was utilized by former President Barack Obama to wiretap President Donald Trump and associates prior to the election.

Global Media United Nations releases list of world's happiest countries
Author: 0 United Nations releases list of world's happiest countries

It now ranks lowest of the BRICS (Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa) emerging economies and second-lowest among SAARC (South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation) nations in the happiness index as revealed by the United Nations' World Happiness Report 2017.

Global Media Bill Gates tops the list
Author: 0 Bill Gates tops the list

Two Limerick lads featured on the list for the first time as the Collison brothers make up two of four salf-made billionaires in their 20's. Forbes attributed the USA president's slide down the list to the sluggish Manhattan property market, which is responsible for a disproportionate amount of his wealth.

Global Media Duterte meets human-rights champion Aung San Suu Kyi
Author: 0 Duterte meets human-rights champion Aung San Suu Kyi

PRESIDENT Rodrigo Duterte now wants to enhance relations with the United States under the Trump White House and is prepared to "give all" to Washington except military deals. Since taking office in July past year, Duterte, nicknamed "the Punisher" for his lethal approach to policing, has led a bloody drugs war that has killed more than 7,000 people.