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Shocking : Utkal Express Train accident in UP, 23 dead


Indian rescue workers and officials are watched by bystanders as they inspect derailed coaches of The Mahakaushal Express Train at Mahoba some 140kms southwest of Kanpur on March 30, 2017. Notably, Railway Minister Suresh Prabhu on Sunday directed Chairman, Railway Board, to fix responsibility on prima facie evidence by the end of the day into the derailment of the Utkal Express in Uttar Pradesh. Read More »

United Kingdom will see partial solar eclipse for 40 minutes


Grid managers say they've been preparing extensively for more than a year and are confident nobody will lose power. You can see links and explanation per retailer below. Be aware that they are selling fast. According to Shannon Schmoll, director of the Abrams Planetarium at Michigan State University, solar eclipses happen when our view of the sun is blocked by the moon. Read More »

Charlottesville victim Heather Heyer's mother to Trump: "Think before you speak"

Trump also went after the media for what he said was "misrepresenting" his comments about "hate, bigotry, etc". The congressman's call to remove Mr. Trump said: "You had a group on one side and a group on the other and they had clubs and they came at each other.' Then , to add more confusion, he said there was another group who came in 'violently". Read More »

Democrat Proposes Impeachment Articles Against Trump for Charlottesville Remarks


Independents and Democrats, and the country overall, said they felt the President's description of blame in the events is inaccurate; Republicans said they felt it is accurate. While Dimon had long emphasized the need to work with a sitting president on economic and regulatory policies that would benefit both USA business and consumers, he pointed out Wednesday that reaching those goals alone "will not matter if we do not address the divisions in our country". Read More »

Trump defends 'beautiful' Civil War statues

But he also said: "You also had people that were very fine people , on both sides". Few top Republican officeholders want to defend the president in the midst of an escalating political crisis, yet they are unwilling to declare all-out opposition to him and risk alienating his loyalists. Read More »

Powerball numbers for $541.9 million jackpot


If there is more than one victor, the prizes will be split evenly across the group. Tickets are $2 and can be bought at lottery retailers across the state and online . People across metro Atlanta are buying more tickets hoping to change that. So who is making out in the lottery sales? Bowler Samuels buys a Powerball ticket for Saturday's drawing at Bodie's convenience store on 13th Street in Augusta, Ga., Friday afternoon August 18, 2017. Read More »

U.S. and China Agree to Better Lines of Communication


Though China's position on North Korea is clear and consistent, United States policy is based on the assumption that China's position will change. Earlier this year, senior-level North Korean defector Ri Jong Ho said that North Korea was likely still buying diesel from Russian oil companies via trading companies in Singapore. Read More »

Barcelona van attacker may still be alive, on the run


Hours after the van rampage, police shot dead five people in the Catalan resort of Cambrils , 75 miles down the coast from Barcelona , after they drove their auto at pedestrians and police officers. "North Africa is becoming more of a focus in the wake of the terrorist attacks in Europe", a Whitehall source told the paper. A total of 54 were still in hospital this weekend, 12 of them in a critical condition. Read More »

Father: 'Everybody loved' U.S. man killed in Spain


Tucker deemed it "really bizarre" that his son was the one American among the 13 people who were fatally struck by the terrorist . "I don't know what else to say". His wife, badly injured in the attack, worked at a meat shop in Rubi, a nearby town where they both lived. The fact he could be assisted gave her hope. Read More »

Solar event to eclipse first day of class


A partial solar eclipse . Virginia Beach will be the last part of the state to see the sun fully restored at 4:07 p.m. It's been 99 years since the U.S. "Scammers are opportunists who take advantage of whatever is going on in the news and in the world", said Katherine Hutt, BBB national spokeswoman. Read More »

NC Senate leader criticizes Charlottesville violence, Durham vandalism - and Roy Cooper

The National Register of Historic Places does not keep a detailed list of Confederate memorials across the United States . I understand that some view Confederate monuments around our state as monuments celebrating slavery and segregation, some see them as monuments honoring their ancestors, while others view them as reminders of the stain that slavery and segregation left on our state and country. Read More »

U.S. extend Solheim Cup lead


It is the first time in Solheim Cup history that the Americans have won all four matches in a session and now have a comfortable 5½-2½ lead as a result. Twelve of the top 15 players in the world ranking are not eligible for the American or European teams. McIlroy had said after he finished at the PGA Championship on Sunday that he could feel a back muscle spasm in recent weeks as he practiced more to get ready for the final major of the year and he might not play competitively again until ... Read More »

1st Test: Cook double hundred puts England on Top


Only Jermaine Blackwood , left stranded on 79 not out, showed any fight. England had a mini-collapse in the second session after Malan's departure as the struggling West Indies took five wickets for 65 in the best period of a hard test so far for the visitors. Read More »

Manchester United in second 4-0 thrashing


Nemanja Matic's presence meant that Swansea couldn't pass their way through United - not even once. Meanwhile, Chelsea manager Antonio Conte said it could be years before his troubled team are capable of dominating at home and overseas. Read More »

Duke University Removes Robert E. Lee Statue Days After it Was Vandalized

What he would definitely oppose would be hatred and violence. Again, I don't know, but I respectfully raise the question and offer the possibility that there is more than one answer. So as the controversy surrounding the violence this past weekend in Charlottesville has continued to boil throughout our nation, I've been trying to put things in historical perspective as best I can. Read More »

See the eclipse at Shakopee Public Library


A solar eclipse is when "the shadow of the moon completely obscure (s) the sun". On the West Coast, the eclipse is due to start a little after 9 am local time and peak about 10:15 am. MI isn't in the path of totality for Monday's solar eclipse. On Aug. 21, the moon will pass between the sun and Earth, causing a total solar eclipse that will last almost three hours over the United States . Read More »

Here are the paths of the next 15 total solar eclipses


Radford University will host a community event to celebrate the eclipse. They block 100 percent of harmful UV and infrared light and 99.9 percent of intense visible light, which is the ISO 12312-2 global standard for safe solar eclipse glasses. Read More »

'Bannon the Barbarian' Plans to Crush the Opposition Back at Breitbart


But the violence in Charlottesville pushed Mr Bannon closer to Mr Trump; he encouraged the president to stand by his impulses in his response and sought to stay on longer. However, explicitly explaining the recent spike in turnover within the White House is hard due to a lack of a clear dismissal pattern. "And there'll be all kinds of fights, and there'll be good days and bad days, but that presidency is over", said Bannon, who is generally perceived as the driving force behind Trump's ... Read More »

What we know — Barcelona attack


Spanish media said several children were killed. Markets have been concerned that growing tensions over Trump's reaction to the Charlottesville , Va., attack have put doubt over whether he can deliver his policy agenda. The five attackers died from a shootout with police. Led by King Felipe and PM Mariano Rajoy, the silence was followed by applause for the victims. Read More »

China urges Trump not to worsen situation — North Korea


Seoul's local stock markets and currency took a tumble after U.S. President Trump warned there would be severe consequences for Pyongyang, if it carries out a strike on American soil. "Doesn't the Moon Jae-in government have to say something about Trump's over-the-line comments?" China remains North Korea's major trading partner, providing the regime's economic lifeline. Read More »

PM Modi has created 'environment of hatred' in Kashmir: Rahul Gandhi


Gandhi said that the work done by the United Progressive Alliance (UPA) government for 10 years to maintain peace in the Valley had been "destroyed" by Modi in one month. He also, cited the spurt in the number of income-tax filers with 5.6 million new filers coming during April-August 2016-17 against 2.2 million in the previous year. Read More »

Trump again cites 'military' option against North Korea


The president called the Republican governor on August 11, to reassure him of support after an increasingly acrimonious exchange between the United States and North Korea , according to The New York Times . There have been no air raid drills or cars in camouflage netting as has been the case during previous crises. The two discussed responses to North Korean provocations and the security situation on the Korean peninsula, he said. Read More »

Police presence expected at "Free Speech Rally" on Boston Common


Alexandra Sheldon, an art teacher from Cambridge, was among the thousands who came to Boston Common to express dismay over the displays of white supremacy in Charlottesville. We are likely to be tested again, either by rallies, such as the one that will occur this Saturday in Boston , or by provocative speakers or writings. Read More »

Trump attacks Republican senators who criticized him for defending white supremacists


The Senate's top Republican , Majority Leader Mitch McConnell , condemned "hate and bigotry". James Murdoch wrote that Trump's comments should "concern all of us as Americans and free people", the Times said . As Trump talked, his aides on the sidelines of the lobby stood in silence. GOP Rep. Ileana Ros-Lehtinen of Florida said placing blame on both sides means the president has moved "back to to relativism when dealing with KKK , Nazi sympathizers, white supremacists?" Press ... Read More »

Tom Brady: Training camp 'easier' now than ever


He has brought a high level of success to the franchise during his tenure with the team helping them reach 10 AFC Championship games, which is more than just four other teams in the NFL . They came close in 2007 - O'Brien's first season - when they were 18-0 before losing the Super Bowl to the Giants and a miraculous pass and catch by Eli Manning and David Tyree. Read More »

US, Japan discuss North Korean threat


North Korean hopes for improving their quality of life would likely suffer if a way can not be found out of the current impasse, she said: "I have some North Korean friends and sometimes they would say they wish their country would improve". Read More »

How Barcelona rejected hate — Spain attacks


Eighty-six people were killed. Police Chief Josep Lluis Trapero said one officer killed four of the attackers single-handedly. "It hit everything in sight". local time. In June, three attackers drove a van into people walking on the London Bridge. Three were Moroccan and one was Spanish, and police said none of them were previously known to the security services for terror-related reasons. Read More »

Korea tensions ease as Moon urges calm


Moon, who was elected in May, said: "A dialogue between South and North Korea must resume". The general stopped in Hawaii on his way to consult with Navy Adm. On Thursday, the general said that while war would be "absolutely horrific", it would be "unimaginable" to allow Kim to develop nuclear-tipped ballistic missiles that could threaten the US. Read More »

China tells US, North Korea to 'hit the brakes' on threats


Moon said he would be ready for dialogue once the isolated nation stops its provocations, adding that there was no rush. Next week's start of U.S. "(KOREAN) "If North Korea completes its development of intercontinental ballistic missiles and weaponizes it with nuclear warheads, that would be the red line" (" ICBM.) Now as you can imagine, questions regarding the escalating tensions in the region due to belligerent rhetoric between the USA and North Korea were inevitable. Read More »