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LA not sure it will play Trump card in Games bid

LA not sure it will play Trump card in Games bid
Written by Reuters on 2017-05-14


LOS ANGELES Whether U.S. President Donald Trump will travel to Peru in September to promote Los Angeles' 2024 Olympics bid is an open question but many believe the controversial leader would do more harm than good as the city vies with Paris for the Games. Trump's executive order to temporarily ban travel from six Muslim-majority countries, which is currently being reviewed in the courts, could prove...(Read More)

South Korea urges

South Korea urges 'parallel' talks and sanctions to rein in North Korea
Written by Louis Downey on 2017-05-11


SEOUL South Korea's new president launched international efforts to defuse tension over North Korea's weapons development on Thursday, urging both dialogue and sanctions while also aiming to ease Chinese anger about a U.S. anti-missile system.Moon Jae-in, a liberal former human rights lawyer, was sworn in on Wednesday and said in his first speech as president he would immediately address security...(Read More)

U.S. motorists on roads for Memorial Day weekend to be  highest since 2005: AAA

U.S. motorists on roads for Memorial Day weekend to be highest since 2005: AAA
Written by Reuters on 2017-05-17


NEW YORK The number of Americans traveling by car for the Memorial Day holiday will hit a 12-year high this year, fueled by a growing economy and relatively low gasoline prices, the nation's largest motorists' advocacy group said on Wednesday.The American Automobile Association projected 34.6 million people will drive 50 miles (80 km) or more from home during the end-of-month holiday period, the...(Read More)

Former U.S. Representative Brown of Florida found guilty of fraud

Former U.S. Representative Brown of Florida found guilty of fraud
Written by Reuters on 2017-05-12


Former U.S. Representative Corrine Brown of Florida was found guilty in federal court on Thursday of fraud for helping to raise $800,000 for a bogus charity and using the funds for concerts and golf, U.S. Justice Department officials said.Brown, 70, was convicted on 18 counts of participating in a conspiracy involving a fraudulent education charity, concealing material facts required on financial...(Read More)

Judge denies accused Tennessee kidnapper

Judge denies accused Tennessee kidnapper's request for release
Written by Reuters on 2017-05-13


A 50-year-old former Tennessee schoolteacher accused of kidnapping one of his high school students will remain behind bars after a federal judge on Friday found probable cause to send the case to a grand jury.Magistrate Judge Barbara Holmes denied Tad Cummins's request for pre-trial release in a hearing in Nashville. He could face at least 10 years in prison if convicted on federal charges of bringing...(Read More)

After 3 kids die despite DCFS involvement, it urges faster probes

After 3 kids die despite DCFS involvement, it urges faster probes
Written by Brad Walters on 2017-05-11


They found him wrapped in a Superman T-shirt, his burned body so tiny that first responders thought he was 9 months old.Authorities would later discover that 4-year-old Manuel Aguilar spent the last months of his life in the unheated storage room of a Southwest Side two-flat, naked and scared, pounding on the door to beg for food and water.He was forced to sleep on the bare floor or in a kitty litter...(Read More)

Nearly 400 migratory birds die from striking Texas skyscraper

Nearly 400 migratory birds die from striking Texas skyscraper
Written by Reuters on 2017-05-07


Nearly 400 migratory birds of brilliant plumage were killed when they smashed into an office tower in Texas while flying in a storm, officials said on Friday. Office workers arrived at the tallest skyscraper in downtown Galveston on Thursday morning and found the birds with feathers of blue, green, yellow and other hues dead on the ground, said Josh Henderson, animal services supervisor for Galveston...(Read More)

Heavy rain, wind disrupts travel for New Yorkers

Heavy rain, wind disrupts travel for New Yorkers
Written by Reuters on 2017-05-07


NEW YORK Heavy, wind-driven rain soaked the New York City area on Friday afternoon, causing local flooding and an array of transportation delays across the heavily populated region.The National Weather Service issued flash flood warnings for much of New York City and several suburban counties as a weather system that stretched across much of the Eastern Seaboard dumped three inches of rain on the...(Read More)

Tennessee set to be first to make community college free for adults

Tennessee set to be first to make community college free for adults
Written by Reuters on 2017-05-13


Tennessee will become the first state in the country to offer free community college to all adults without a degree under a measure Republican Governor Bill Haslam is likely to quickly sign into law, a spokesman said Friday.The legislation will expand on a previous law passed in 2014, when Tennessee began offering recent high-school graduates two years of tuition-free community or technical college."If...(Read More)


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