• Experts believe OJ Simpson has shot at getting parole

    Experts believe OJ Simpson has shot at getting parole

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    I've honored their verdict. I have not complained for nine years. On Thursday, O.J. Simpson will appear before a parole board in Nevada to try and get out of prison. Bruce Fromong says he and Simpson have been friends for nearly 27 years and that Simpson is not a threat. Simpson told the four member parole board.
  • US Homeland Security Dept. Confirms Laptop Ban Terminated

    US Homeland Security Dept. Confirms Laptop Ban Terminated

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    Department of Homeland Security said Thursday. In March, the United States imposed a restriction on all electronic devices larger than a smartphone in passenger cabins of flights from eight Middle Eastern and African countries. around the world. Other airlines have been relieved of the restrictions in recent weeks . The smugglers have left children in deserts once they cross into the US and smuggling networks generate millions of dollars in illicit income, Kelly said.
  • WaPo: Trump lawyers considering ways to limit Mueller's Russian Federation investigation

    WaPo: Trump lawyers considering ways to limit Mueller's Russian Federation investigation

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    The report quoted an anonymous source as saying that Trump's financial ties to Russia are the focus: " FBI investigators and others are looking at Russian purchases of apartments in Trump buildings, Trump's involvement in a controversial SoHo development with Russian associates, the 2013 Miss Universe pageant in Moscow and Trump's sale of a Florida mansion to a Russian oligarch in 2008".
  • Turkish Prime Minister Announces Cabinet Reshuffle

    Turkish Prime Minister Announces Cabinet Reshuffle

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    Erdogan's office announced the unscheduled meeting earlier on Wednesday, and the three sources said a reshuffle could be in the works, declining to be identified because the information is not yet public. The Turkish government has blamed a US -based Muslim cleric Fethullah Gulen for masterminding the plot and nearly 50,000 people suspected of links to the coup or Gulen have been arrested and almost 150,000 people dismissed from public services.
  • Diamondbacks Fall to Reds 4-3 in 11

    Diamondbacks Fall to Reds 4-3 in 11

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    Suarez hammered a 428-foot solo homer to left field in the bottom of the fourth and blasted another in the eighth that sailed 365 feet to opposite field. The Diamondbacks lost two of three at Nationals Park in May and are 3-7 against the Washington during the last two seasons. "I know they're important and, obviously, I'm playing well after them".
  • Cricketer Irfan Pathan gets troll over wife's un-Islamic photo

    Cricketer Irfan Pathan gets troll over wife's un-Islamic photo

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    Recently, out of favour Indian cricketer Irfan Pathan posted a selfie with his wife on his social networking accounts. However his Muslim fans criticized that being a Pathan he has allowed his wife to show her hands even though she has hidden her face and also wearing nail polish.
  • After Trump criticism, Sessions not planning to resign

    After Trump criticism, Sessions not planning to resign

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    Jeff Sessions speaks at Donald Trump's campaign rally in Mobile, Ala. Attorney General Jeff Sessions says he will remain in office, a day after President Donald Trump rebuked him for recusing himself from the probe into Russian meddling in the 2016 campaign.
  • Iowa conservative activist nominated for USDA's top science post

    Iowa conservative activist nominated for USDA's top science post

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    In a statement , the advocacy group states that Clovis is "therefore legally and scientifically unqualified to direct almost $3 billion a year in research grants". "I can't believe I've had this experience", Clovis said a year ago during an appearance in Iowa . He has served as the administration's top USDA policy adviser since January, signing off on a memo sent to USDA scientists telling them to cease publishing "outward facing" documents, like press releases or fact sheets.