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Turkish Minister for EU Affairs Calls OSCE Report on Referendum 'Immature'


As the White House defends President Donald Trump's phone call to congratulate Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on his referendum victory that grants him largely unchecked powers, retired Marine Gen. "There will be no call to Erdogan from the Commission, certainly not a congratulatory call", a Western official with knowledge of European Union policy told Reuters. Read More »

Mallya arrested in United Kingdom by Scotland Yard, gets bail

He was freed on a bail bond worth 6,50,000 pounds and will next appear at Westminster Magistrates' Court on May 17. "Why did the BJP government take three years to make a request for extradition of Mallya only in February 2017 to the United Kingdom government for the first time", said Surjewala. Read More »

United CEO says no one will be fired for dragging incident

He then outlined previously announced policy changes before delving into financial information. United has apologised repeatedly for the incident in which passenger David Dao was dragged from his seat on a United flight to make room for crew members. Read More »

Mercedes ready to rethink team orders approach

Hamilton, who had started the floodlit race level on points with the German, took second place for Mercedes after staging a late chase following the five-second penalty for driving deliberately slowly into the pits. Vettel pitted soon after, while Hamilton led the race. "[With] Sebastian running second, there is nothing we could have done, and that opened up the opportunity for them to undercut us". Read More »

It's time to rework our tax code

We now have a once-in-a-generation opportunity to do tax reform and steer our economy towards new and lasting growth. A casino-funded road fix? And that's an important lesson: if you're going to do tax reform, you'd better make it a large reform. Read More »

Netflix shares head for new high after strong subscriber outlook


Netflix CEO Reed Hastings mentioned that he doesn't see streaming TV bundles jeopardizes the company's near-term outlook, nor is the company interested in going after broadcasting sporting events in the near future. Some even suggested $160. Netflix scored 102.7 million total subscribers on that basis, or a 19% year-over-year increase. His dream is that a user in Germany, say, will be able to access the exact same content as users in Brazil and the U.S. Read More »

Blumenthal wants probe into United Airlines dragging incident


On Sunday night, Louisville doctor David Dao was bumped off Flight 3411 to Louisville for a United employee and was left bleeding from the forceful removal. Christie said the practice needs to be suspended. We wouldn't get (someone) off just because the airline wants them off. "We take money from people, we let them sit on the airplane, seatbelted". Read More »

5 things to know about Tax Day: Refunds are up, audits down


It is better to file for an extension than just ignore filing anything, especially if you owe money. If you've got to pay the IRS right away or want to pay from a foreign account, this might work for you. This is really important because failure to file penalties are much higher than failure to pay penalties. To avoid penalty and interest charges, all taxes should be paid no later than Tuesday. Read More »

Erdogan wins Turkey referendum


It also contrasts with more cautious responses from several European leaders, with some even saying the vote effectively ended Turkey's decade-long attempt to join the EU. Its report states that "while the technical aspects of the referendum were well administered and referendum day proceeded in an orderly manner, late changes in counting procedures removed an important safeguard and were contested by the opposition". Read More »

Theresa May calls snap general election ahead of Brexit negotiations

MPs must approve decision to dissolve Parliament part-way through full term. He welcomes the elections and urged his supporters to vote for Labour to fix the failing economy. With Theresa May's Conservative Party polling consistently around 20 percent ahead of Jeremy Corbyn's opposition Labour Party, the logic behind this quick snap election becomes blindingly obvious to any observer . Read More »

Trump signs order on high-skilled worker visas


Seeking to carry out a campaign pledge to put "America First", Trump signed an executive order on the H-1B visa program. Federal agencies will review the visa program and propose new reforms, which according to The Washington Post , could come by changing the existing lottery system-possibly by giving priority to foreigners applying for the visas who have USA master's degrees-or making administrative changes, such as raising visa application fees. Read More »

Antetokounmpo scores 28 points, Bucks beat Raptors 97-83

They then held the Raptors to 13 points in the fourth quarter - a period in which the Raptors owned the league's best net rating in the regular season. "He's probably going to shoot a little bit better than he did last game and he's probably going to make a lot of the shots that he missed", Kidd said. Read More »

Pence, headed to Japan, turns focus to trade


Vice President Mike Pence told business leaders in Seoul on Tuesday that the Trump administration will review and reform the five-year-old free trade agreement between the two countries. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson during his swing through Asia in March, Pence further warned that North Korea should not test President Donald Trump's resolve on putting an end to what is seen as North Korea's constant destabilization of the region. Read More »

Blue Jackets' Zach Werenski out for playoffs with face fracture

Werenski, however, did go to the locker room during overtime because the swelling closed his right eye, so the Blue Jackets were forced to play with five defensemen. This game, and the momentum of the series, hinged on who had the last response in overtime. Sergei Bobrovsky had an incredible regular season for the Jackets, going 41-17-5, with.931 save-percentage and a 2.07 goals-against average. Read More »

After hosting Xi, Trump to visit China this year


Tillerson said Trump had informed his guest of the military intervention towards the end of their dinner on Thursday night, at about 8.40pm local time . After their talks, Xi and Trump took a walk at the picturesque seaside resort, which Trump calls his "Southern White House". And in an indication that joint efforts to tackle global warming will lose steam, the commerce secretary, Wilbur Ross, admitted the environment "was not a major part of the discussion, nor do I recall the Chinese ... Read More »

Vettel triumphs in Bahrain as Hamilton pays penalty

A decisive moment in the race came a lap later when the safety auto was deployed for a collision at Turn 1 between Williams' Canadian rookie Lance Stroll and Toro Rosso's Carlos Sainz. It was the second win in three races for Vettel, but it could be argued the result would have been different if Hamilton hadn't got a five second penalty for holding up Daniel Ricciardo on the pit entry. Read More »

Microsoft may reveal new laptop at 2 May event

And so with such an idea in the market up and running, the Microsoft Corporation is sure to reiterate with something even bigger and better. The event , which is to take place on May 2, is the flawless platform for the company to introduce a new hardware. Read More »

Supplier sues again over Arkansas execution drug

Arkansas' Governor Asa Hutchinson, a Republican, had planned for eight men on death row to be executed within an 11-day period before the end of April, when the state's stock of midazolam, a sedative used in the lethal injections, expires. Read More »

IMF foresees global economy accelerating to 3.5 pct. in '17


In contrast, second-ranked France, which has struggled to get its economy going, will rise to 1.4 percent this year - also up 0.1 of a point compared with January - from 1.2 percent in 2016. "(But) that data release has come after our forecast was closed. IMF Managing Director Christine Lagarde gave a similar warning during a speech delivered in Brussels last week , during which she described the global economy as having a "spring in its step", but also being under threat from multiple risks. Read More »

YouTube goes live with $35 internet TV service


The service is available in 5 select areas across the United States including New York City, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Philadelphia and Chicago and costs $35/month with a 1-month free trial. After years of boasting that it's bigger than TV, YouTube has joined the TV business. The day is here at last and now YouTube TV is officially available to the cord cutting masses. Read More »

Alabama 13th nationally in male-female wage gap

The NCPE originated Equal Pay Day in 1996 as a public awareness campaign. So, yeah, for every 12 months that white men work, Native women have to work a total of 21 months just to earn the same amount. Women on average are paid 20 percent less than men. "This has helped us to narrow the gender pay gap to a record 18.1 per cent - but we want to eliminate it completely". Read More »

Uproar over United video imperils Chicago airport police


David Dao filed an emergency "bill of discovery" against the carrier in Illinois State Court demanding that evidence documenting Sunday's "re-accommodation" aboard a Kentucky-bound plane be "preserved and protected". He said was working on legislation to increase passengers' rights. They gave no further details on his injuries. Everyone wondered why United didn't simply sweeten the offer until four passengers agreed to get off. Read More »

Residents urged to be on alert for Facebook murder suspect


In a statement, the spokesperson said the shooting was a "horrific crime". Police say no more victims have been found, despite the shooter's claim that he killed over a dozen people. The motive for the shooting wasn't entirely clear from the shaky video, in which Stephens tells Godwin a woman's name and says, "She's the reason that this is about to happen to you". Read More »

Wells Fargo to take back additional $75m from former execs after investigation

According to the report, the employees opened up to two million checking and credit card accounts without the consent of the customers. For years, the bank's management would say it doesn't have branches; it has "stores". "While there is nothing necessarily pernicious about sales goals, a sales-oriented culture or a decentralized corporate structure, these same cultural and structural characteristics unfortunately coalesced and failed dramatically here", the investigators concluded. Read More »

Shooting footage sparks USA hunt for suspect Featured


Lane offered her condolences to Godwin's family and to the families of the other victims Stephens claims to have killed as well. The suspect, going by the nickname Stevie Steve , pledges in the video that the killing spree would continue until he is arrested or killed by police. Read More »

Russia Warns US against Unilateral Strike on North Korea

That's worth having deficits. "I know the President of the United States has no higher priority than the safety and security of the American people". "That is not going to instill confidence". But the restriction merely put in place United Nations sanctions passed previous year with China's support - before Trump took office. Read More »

United CEO felt 'shame' to see passenger dragged off flight


One of the officers involved has since been put on leave, and the department has launched an investigation. Like Dr. Dao, Fearns refused to get up. On Thursday, the city's aviation commissioner is expected to address a city council committee about the incident. Read More »

Trump says China working with U.S

He would not specify how the Trump administration might respond to further testing, but said it is capable of rapid action as demonstrated with the cruise missile strike in Syria in retaliation for a chemical weapons attack on civilians there. Read More »

United Airlines boss will not resign after passenger dragged off plane


Munoz's pledge comes after widespread outrage at a video that showed a forcible removal of a Chicago passenger on Sunday. Because if it's on Virgin Atlantic, for example, even if you buy the ticket on Delta, you actually have a set of protections under the European Union rules that you would not have [otherwise]. Read More »

Huge Reward Offered for Information on the "Facebook Killer"


The authorities said the suspect is believed armed and risky and may have turned off his mobile phone to make him harder to track. Officials said residents should stay on alert for the suspect and Cleveland police chief Calvin Williams told reporters that Stephens "is considered armed and risky", adding that the situation had been "traumatizing" for the community. Read More »