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Only 1 victim linked to Facebook murder suspect

Lane is cooperating with police in the search for Stephens, law enforcement officials said. Calvin Williams said Sunday that he's urging Steve Stephens to turn himself in and not to "do anymore harm to anybody". "I don't really want to see it."He said his father, a retired foundry worker, collected aluminum cans and often walked with a plastic shopping bag, picking cans up if he saw them on ground". Read More »

Trump mum about failed N. Korea missile launch

Tensions on the Korean Peninsula have risen amid concerns over the United States' possible pre-emptive strike against North Korea . It also often involves shows of force, such as weapons tests or other displays of strength . "Now the Trump administration is thinking about several options as regards the DPRK". It was reported in the U.S. media last weekend that his policy may include redeploying nuclear weapons in South Korea as well as taking military action to decapitate the North ... Read More »

Donald Trump blasts Tax return protests he says were paid for


It's a routine one and it continues. Donald Trump can't fathom that a majority of the country believes he is corrupt and wants him removed from office. Protesters are gather on Capitol Hill in Washington , Saturday, April 15, 2017, during a Tax Day demonstration calling on President Donald Trump to release his tax returns. Read More »

Maple Leafs even series with 2 OT win over Washington Capitals


Not only did the Maple Leafs happy-go-lucky nature cause some problems, but the crowd may have played a bit of a role as well. This is a beginning and a statement all at the same time . That will be hard from an own zone perspective without Polak, another injury on defence they can ill afford. And down to five D. And not the ideal five D. Read More »

Conte takes blame for Chelsea's defeat at Old Trafford

Craig Burley reacts to Man United's dominant win over Chelsea , and evaluates the clubs' road ahead as the season winds down. Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho has revelled in the tactics his side implemented in their 2-0 win over Premier League leaders Chelsea on Sunday. Read More »

United Airlines incident - legal or not?

On Wednesday, US Senator Chris Van Hollen, a Maryland Democrat, announced plans for the Customers Not Cargo Act, which would prohibit the forcible removal of passengers already aboard an aircraft "due to overbooking or airline staff seeking to fly as passengers". Read More »

China `Working With Us' on North Korean Issue


The new report described China as engaging in "persistent, large-scale, one-way foreign exchange intervention" in previous years. "I think deeper down it is a learning curve, it's very hard - the situation in North Korea - and it's perplexed administration after administration", Nakamura said . Read More »

Wells Fargo board's report is too kind to itself

The bank emerged largely unscathed from the 2008 financial crisis largely because it hadn't engaged in the sort of fraudulent and irresponsible practices that crippled other major institutions and almost collapsed the global economy. Wells Fargo's findings are an ignominious career finale for Tolstedt , who was a fixture on Fortune's annual Most Powerful Women list, ranked at No. Read More »

5 things to know about the gender pay gap

Check out The National Women's Law Center's map below, which represents a state-by-state break down of the pay gap. So it's not so surprising that the first daughter would advocate for closing the pay gap on Equal Pay Day Tuesday, a holiday aimed at highlighting and closing the gap between men's and women's wages. Read More »

Samsung Galaxy S8, Galaxy S8+ India Launch Announced

Samsung's iris recognition technology works by scanning and encrypting user's iris signature to provide a form of biometric authentication that simply can not be restored and reproduced. Unlike Qualcomm Snapdragon chipsets, Exynos chipset is known to be less power-consuming that's why Samsung smartphones outside USA have batteries that are known to last longer than rivals. Read More »

Not a Chance! Wenger Slams Sanchez's Obscene Wage Demands


Their Champions League campaign ended in the most humiliating fashion with a 10-2 aggregate defeat to Bayern Munich. We know that fans are angry, we know that people want results because we're Arsenal and that's what's expected from us. "Some people tell me "just give him what he wants", but then you can not respect anymore any wage structure and you put the club in trouble as well", said the Arsenal manager. Read More »

McCain: Russia 'Probably' Knew About Syrian Chemical Attack

Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu described President Donald Trump's decision to retaliate for the chemical attack as welcome, but not enough. Much of the worldwide community rallied behind Mr Trump's decision in reaction to this week's chemical weapons attack that killed dozens of people in Syria . Read More »

Read the Wells Fargo sales practices report

He refused to believe the model was seriously impaired and was full of admiration for Tolstedt , with whom he had a long working relationship. The CFPB and OCC, as well as the LA Attorney's Office, fined Wells Fargo $185 million and found the problems reported by the LA Times were actually a nationwide issue for Wells Fargo . Read More »

Trump administration issues final rule on stricter Obamacare enrollment

The appeal of the House Republicans' lawsuit, House v. Price , is on hold until May 22. He warned last week that he might do that if Democrats don't negotiate with him on repealing and replacing the ACA. That means that if you wanted to include insurance for childbirth, for pediatric visits, for emergency room visits, even for hospitalization, you'd have to buy insurance that added each one on. Read More »

Playoff hockey back in Toronto as Wilson plays the villain


Players taken in the top two rounds of the National Hockey League draft are always the ones who hold the most potential, and the Maple Leafs still have some prospects in Yegor Korshkov, Carl Grundstrom, Travis Dermott and Jeremy Bracco among others who could become solid National Hockey League players in the future. Read More »

Former Clinton spox tweets at Trump over Tax March


In January, shortly after Trump's inauguration, the White House stated that the president would not be releasing his tax returns. He later said voters don't care. Trump previously told the Associated Press he would release his tax returns once the IRS finished its audit against him. Many marchers seemed to suspect that his tax returns would specifically reveal collusion with Russian Federation, as evidence mounts of coordination between Russian Federation and the Trump campaign. Read More »

Graham very hawkish on ISIS and Assad, more troops, more Trump action

The OPCW in 2016 said that due to gaps and inconsistencies in Syria's declaration its compliance with the chemical weapons treaty could not be fully verified. Mr Tillerson is expected in Moscow for talks with Russian officials next week. Sir Michael Fallon said there must be a long-term solution to defeat Syrian dictator Bashar al-Assad. Read More »

Frank Lampard sends message to Chelsea after Man United defeat


But we are still grinding, we are still pushing because we have this Europa League and the end of the Premier League. It was a signature win for Mourinho near the end of his first season at United. For United boss Jose Mourinho , who chose to rest Zlatan Ibrahmovic, the result leaves his team just four points behind Manchester City in fourth with a game in hand and stretches their unbeaten run in the Premier League to 22 games - the longest current unbeaten run in Europe's top five leagues. Read More »

United Airlines passenger 'stung by scorpion' on flight


United Airlines was trying to make room on the Louisville-bound flight for several crew members who needed to travel to Louisville in order to operate a flight the next day. They rebooked for Sunday, but said this was their last flight on United Airlines. Delta supervisors, who had previously been restricted to a $2,000 cap on vouchers offered to bumped passengers, can go all the way up to $9,950. Read More »

Jose Mourinho: 'Manchester Utd produced a special performance to beat Chelsea'


At one stage four weeks ago after a 2-1 win over Stoke, Chelsea held a 13-point lead. With six games remaining, the result will give Tottenham belief it can lift the trophy at the end of May. "We hurt them on the counterattack; we played football, controlled the game and moved the ball really well, so we can be very happy". Manchester United managed to pull up their socks just when it mattered the most and pulled out a massive victory at Old Trafford, thanks to goals from Marcus ... Read More »

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Live TV streaming is available from networks such as ABC, CBS, FOX, NBC, ESPN, Fox Sports and more . While other streaming services offer up one week free trials, YouTube is giving subscribers 30 days totally free to get a feel for the service. Read More »

Russian Federation responsible for Syria chemical attack, UK Defence Secretary Michael Fallon says

US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson has criticised Russian Federation, saying it had failed to prevent Syria from carrying out a chemical attack on a rebel-held town. "If he needs to do more, he will do more", Haley said when asked if Trump would order more strikes. It followed days of outrage at images of dead children and victims suffering convulsions from the suspected sarin gas attack in the rebel-held town of Khan Sheikhun. Read More »

Korea, but Pyongyang barely notices

But this year, there is a new issue. Recent satellite images suggest the North's main nuclear site is "primed and ready", according to specialist USA website 38North, and White House officials say military options are "already being assessed". Read More »

Residents of Town Hit by Chemical Strikes Claim New Attacks

Dictator Bashar al-Assad has repeatedly attacked his own people over the past six years of that three-sided civil war. "We recently welcomed the USA strike on the Assad regime". "There is no change to our military posture", Tillerson added on ABC's "This Week". A senior USA official said Monday that the United States has determined Russian Federation knew in advance about the Syrian chemical attack that took place last week and that someone bombed the hospital where victims were being ... Read More »

United Flight Passenger Was Removed From Wasn't Actually Overbooked


He also said he was not doing well and "everything" was injured. Chicago aldermen will hold an emergency meeting Thursday afternoon at City Hall to demand answers from Aviation Commissioner Ginger Evans. United had fully booked the flight but needed to provide seats for four airline employees who needed to get to Louisville for work. Munoz also discussed altering the policies that offer compensation to entice volunteers to leave overbooked flights after seating to "allow for a little bit ... Read More »

Attorney: 'Fearless Girl' Statue Violates Bull Sculptor's Copyright

New York City initially granted permission for Fearless Girl to remain in place until April 2 but recently extended the lease until February 2018. A statue of a girl facing the Wall Street Bull is seen, as part of a campaign by USA fund manager State Street to push companies to put women on their boards, in the financial district in New York March 7, 2017. Read More »

Blue Jays end skid with 2-1 win over Orioles


It seemed familiar, a Toronto Blue Jays player hitting a game-ending home run against the Baltimore Orioles. As the Blue Jays hunted Jones in a rundown, Hardy made a break for home and got in just ahead of Russell Martin's tag with Baltimore's first run. Read More »

Kasperi Kapanen scores victor for Toronto Maple Leafs in double overtime

Saturday's Game 2 was a seesaw thrill ride that featured a few lead changes, and many opportunities for both sides to win it late in regulation and in the almost 32 minutes of overtime hockey that followed. Presidents change and lawmakers come and go, but The Washington Times is always here, and FREE online. The best for them could still be to come - a prospect that should make the city of Toronto salivate. Read More »

A slice for the stranded: Delta buys pizza for passengers


The pizza party didn't end on the runway. A Delta plane at the Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport in October of 2016. But airports in other parts of the country were definitely affected. Nearly all of the responses were positive. "It's just a small gesture but it's one that our customers do appreciate", Thomas said. Social media was abuzz with people thanking Delta for providing the free meal - and most importantly, the great customer service. Read More »

United Airlines changes policy after dragging man from flight

The pilots also wanted to make it clear that the flight was actually one of United's "contracted Express carriers, separately owned and operated by Republic Airline". Westjet Airlines spokeswoman Lauren Stewart acknowledged the company received Garneau's letter and following it would not be an issue. CNN reported on Saturday that crew members and staff taking a United flight to get to another city for work will be required to check in one hour before departure. Read More »

Tuition program would benefit 32000 SUNY students


The income cap rises to $110,000 in 2018 and will reach $125,000 for 2019. To avoid paying back loans, students must stay in NY for the same amount of time they received free tuition in college. Though the legislation eliminates tuition costs for many lower- and middle-income families, for students who exceed the income cap, tuition will increase $200 per year for the next five years at all state schools. Read More »