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Teen charged after pushing friend off bridge
Saturday, August 18
A teenage girl has been charged with reckless endangerment after video showed her pushing a friend off a bridge.
Tesla's stock falls after Musk's tearful interview
Do Omarosa's claims on Trump and Puerto Rico stack up?
Saturday, August 18
Only a few paragraphs of Omarosa Manigault Newman's book are about Puerto Rico. But their claims are significant: that President Donald Trump lacked empathy in Hurricane Maria's aftermath and that the President and Chief of Staff John Kelly referred to Puerto Ricans in derogatory terms.
Trump gained among black voters
Saturday, August 18
First things first: The theme song of the week is Gathering Crowds, by John Scott from the television show "This Week In Baseball."
Kofi Annan, former UN Secretary-General, dead at age 80
Saturday, August 18
Kofi Annan, the first black African to lead the United Nations, has died at age 80. He served as Secretary-General at a time when worries about the Cold War were replaced by threats of global terrorism, and his efforts to combat those threats and secure a more peaceful world brought [read more]
The worst floods in nearly a century in Kerala kill hundreds and leave thousands trapped
Saturday, August 18
Monsoon rains and heavy flooding have killed hundreds of people and forced more than 300,000 others to seek shelter in the Indian state of Kerala, officials said.
State funeral held for Genoa bridge collapse victims as some families voice anger
Saturday, August 18
Mourners remembered 18 of the victims of the deadly bridge collapse in the northern Italian city of Genoa at a joint state funeral service on Saturday that was reportedly boycotted by some families amid anger against the government.
China 'likely' training pilots to target US, Pentagon report says
Friday, August 17
Twitter CEO: 'We are not' discriminating against any political viewpoint
How far right is narrowly skirting German hate laws
Saturday, August 18
Tommy Frenck is the proud owner and proprietor of The Golden Lion, a traditional, half-timbered guesthouse surrounded by meadows in a small village in central Germany.
Teen charged after pushing friend off bridge
Saturday, August 18
A teenage girl has been charged with reckless endangerment after video showed her pushing a friend off a bridge.
Tesla's stock falls after Musk's tearful interview
Do Omarosa's claims on Trump and Puerto Rico stack up?
Saturday, August 18
Only a few paragraphs of Omarosa Manigault Newman's book are about Puerto Rico. But their claims are significant: that President Donald Trump lacked empathy in Hurricane Maria's aftermath and that the President and Chief of Staff John Kelly referred to Puerto Ricans in derogatory terms.
Trump gained among black voters
Saturday, August 18
First things first: The theme song of the week is Gathering Crowds, by John Scott from the television show "This Week In Baseball."
Kofi Annan, former UN Secretary-General, dead at age 80
Saturday, August 18
Kofi Annan, the first black African to lead the United Nations, has died at age 80. He served as Secretary-General at a time when worries about the Cold War were replaced by threats of global terrorism, and his efforts to combat those threats and secure a more peaceful world brought [read more]
The worst floods in nearly a century in Kerala kill hundreds and leave thousands trapped
Saturday, August 18
Monsoon rains and heavy flooding have killed hundreds of people and forced more than 300,000 others to seek shelter in the Indian state of Kerala, officials said.
State funeral held for Genoa bridge collapse victims as some families voice anger
Saturday, August 18
Mourners remembered 18 of the victims of the deadly bridge collapse in the northern Italian city of Genoa at a joint state funeral service on Saturday that was reportedly boycotted by some families amid anger against the government.
China 'likely' training pilots to target US, Pentagon report says
Friday, August 17
Twitter CEO: 'We are not' discriminating against any political viewpoint
How far right is narrowly skirting German hate laws
Saturday, August 18
Tommy Frenck is the proud owner and proprietor of The Golden Lion, a traditional, half-timbered guesthouse surrounded by meadows in a small village in central Germany.