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People Federal Bureau of Investigation accuses Missouri man who stopped train of being white supremacist
Author: 0 Federal Bureau of Investigation accuses Missouri man who stopped train of being white supremacist

Taylor Michael Wilson, a 26-year-old resident of St. Charles, Mo., has been charged in U.S. District Court in Lincoln with terrorism and other violence against railroad carriers and mass transportation systems. The agents also found "videos and PDF files on Wilson's phone of a white supremacist banner over a highway, other alt-right postings and documents related to how to kill people".

People Sears, Kmart to close 100 more stores, including 1 in NJ
Author: 0 Sears, Kmart to close 100 more stores, including 1 in NJ

Sears Holdings announced Thursday it would close 103 stores nationwide, including 64 Kmart stores and 39 Sears locations. The affected locations plan to begin clearance sales as early as January 12. In 2013, the company's sales had fallen by over 45% and its debt has increased to over $4bn, while it is losing $1bn annually. Other New England stores closing include a Kmart in Rutland, Vt.

People Man Sought in Abduction of Texas Girls Arrested, Girls Safe: PD
Author: 0 Man Sought in Abduction of Texas Girls Arrested, Girls Safe: PD

It remains unclear how Bates died, but police are calling the death suspicious. KKTV11 reports that a Las Animas County officer spotted a vehicle that matched the description of the auto associated with an active AMBER Alert, issued from Texas earlier in the week.

People Dalit Protests Cause Disruptions in India's Financial Capital
Author: 0 Dalit Protests Cause Disruptions in India's Financial Capital

Large numbers of protesters blocked the railway tracks at Nallasopara Station, upsetting the normal rail traffic. "Hindu group members were beating Dalits and the police were just watching from afar", said protester Sandeep Kamble. The Schools Bus Owners' Association (SBOA) said that it would not run its fleet of 40,000 buses today, giving security reasons. There was thin attendance in most offices, while schools and colleges remained shut.

People Federal Bureau of Investigation chief, Deputy US AG meet House Speaker on Trump-Russia probe
Author: 0 Federal Bureau of Investigation chief, Deputy US AG meet House Speaker on Trump-Russia probe

The California Republican said the panel could move ahead shortly after a closed-door meeting between GOP House Speaker Paul Ryan , Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein and FBI Director Christopher Wray Wednesday evening broke a stalemate over the committee's access to records surrounding the FBI's handling of the suspect dossier, which claimed there were significant ties between the Kremlin and then-candidate Donald Trump and his aides.

People Trump's ex-campaign manager Manafort sues Special Counsel Robert Mueller
Author: 0 Trump's ex-campaign manager Manafort sues Special Counsel Robert Mueller

Wisenberg pointed out that Manafort's lawyer concedes the attorney general or somebody acting in his place - in this case, Rosenstein - has the authority to set the special counsel's jurisdiction. On August 3, a lead prosecutor told Manafort's then-lawyer that Mueller was authorized to prosecute Manafort for tax crimes committed in 2010, the lawsuit said.

People A mortar attack might have destroyed 7 Russian fighters in Syria
Author: 0 A mortar attack might have destroyed 7 Russian fighters in Syria

If confirmed, it would be the single biggest loss of military hardware for the Kremlin strongman since he began supporting Syria 's president Bashar al-Assad. Government and allied forces backed by Russian warplanes have been battling militant fighters and rebels for more than a week in an area straddling the boundary between Idlib and Hama provinces.

People Gander Outdoors store headed to Cedar Rapids after all
Author: 0 Gander Outdoors store headed to Cedar Rapids after all

Camping World , an Illinois-based network of RV-centric retail locations, in April a year ago won the bankruptcy auction of Gander Mountain Company and Overton's . Following the successful bid in the bankruptcy process, Lemonis stated his intention of operating stores with a clear path to profitability and a then current goal of operating seventy or more locations subject to, among other things, the ability to negotiate acceptable lease terms with landlords.

People South Africa's matric pass rate: 2007
Author: 0 South Africa's matric pass rate: 2007

For the class of 2017 we had 107 430 registered progressed learners", said Motshekga. The candidates who wrote the exams had a 75.1% pass rate , while the "real" pass rate - the number of Grade 10s from 2015 who passed matric 2017 - was only 37.3%.

People Sanjay Dutt biopic postponed to June 2018
Author: 0 Sanjay Dutt biopic postponed to June 2018

Ranbir Kapoor-starrer Dutt biopic will hit theatres on June 29, Fox Star Hindi announced Friday morning. Sanjay Dutt's upcoming biopic has been the talk of the town since the time it was announced. Manisha Koirala who acts as Sanjay's mother in the film has gained much attention of the audience in the photos . And now director Rajkumar Hirani brings the attractive actress back on the silver screen, who was last seen in "Dear Maya".

People Fire at Maimoon Manzil in Marol takes 4 lives
Author: 0 Fire at Maimoon Manzil in Marol takes 4 lives

According to the reports, nine people have rescued from the building at the time of the fire. Eight fire tenders were sent to the spot and the fire was contained soon after it first broke out. "The fire officials were confused as to which lane the society was located in. However, we are awaiting a report from the fire and electricity department to come to a conclusion", said a senior police official present at the site.

People Haj House in Lucknow Painted Saffron by Yogi Adityanath Government
Author: 0 Haj House in Lucknow Painted Saffron by Yogi Adityanath Government

Ever since the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) took over the reins of the government in March, saffron has become a prominent colour in the state's power corridors. Prior to this, Basic Education Department had replaced school bags carrying former Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav's photograph with saffron-colored bags.

People Mormon Church leader Thomas Monson dies aged 90
Author: 0 Mormon Church leader Thomas Monson dies aged 90

The Mormon Church noted that Monson was famous for ministering to thousands at homes, hospitals, and care centers. Following tradition, Russell M. Nelson, who is the senior apostle, would be next in line to become the 17th prophet. He had a major role in the supervision and expansion of the Church's welfare program, and its humanitarian work and developmental projects around the world to help those in need, regardless of faith.

People Lalu Prasad pleads for minimum punishment in fodder scam over age, health
Author: 0 Lalu Prasad pleads for minimum punishment in fodder scam over age, health

This is the second fodder scam case in which the RJD leader has been convicted. According to the report, in his application, Lalu said that the Birsa Munda jail did not have clean drinking water and this may affect his kidneys. The decision got delayed due to the passing away of advocate Vindeshwari Prasad. The court is now likely to pronounce the verdict in this case over video conference.

People Someone is posting fake California road signs welcoming 'Felons, Illegals and MS13'
Author: 0 Someone is posting fake California road signs welcoming 'Felons, Illegals and MS13'

We got to take these sanctuary cities on. The signs take aim at California's sanctuary state law that kicked in January 1, providing greater protections for immigrants living in the state illegally. "[Brown] is knowingly putting law enforcement at risk". A small but influential group of ICE hard-liners-led by Chris Crane, the head of the ICE employee union-viewed Homan's continued presence at the agency as a problem.

People 20 flights delayed as dense fog continues in Delhi
Author: 0 20 flights delayed as dense fog continues in Delhi

Moreover, 18 flights have been delayed. On Thursday too, Delhi-NCR was enveloped in a thick blanket of fog on Thursday, disrupting both flight and train services. According to the India Meteorological Department, general visibility improved to 200 metres at IGI Airport as compared to zero metres in the past two days.

People South Africa 107/3 at lunch on Day 1 of 1st Test
Author: 0 South Africa 107/3 at lunch on Day 1 of 1st Test

Speaking to CricketNext, a CSA official said that the idea was to create a wicket that has sideways movement rather than just a fast deck, as it is one of the areas where the Indian team has failed to adapt to on overseas tours. "He feels mentally strong and he wants to put in big performances, so I think that's half the battle already". Kagiso Rabada has made a name for himself in a very short span.

People Death Penalty Advocates Win Preliminary Vote in Parliament
Author: 0 Death Penalty Advocates Win Preliminary Vote in Parliament

Wednesday's motion was brought by defence minister Avigdor Lieberman , an ultra-nationalist in the conservative coalition government who advocates tough action against Palestinian militants. This is why we must amend our laws. Deputy Foreign Minister Tzipi Hotovely called the legislation "moral and just". However, UTJ MKs skipped the vote.

People Saudi Arabia Intercepts Ballistic Missile Near Yemen Border: State Media
Author: 0 Saudi Arabia Intercepts Ballistic Missile Near Yemen Border: State Media

The scattered fragments of the missile caused minor damage to a private property, while no injuries were reported. Yemen's devastating power struggle between the Saudi-backed government and the Houthis is getting worse by the day. Saudi-led coalition blames Iran for supporting Houthi rebels in Yemen, after the kingdom's air defences intercepted a ballistic missile over the southern part of Saudi Arabia on Friday.

Author: 0 Trump Proposes To Open Nearly All US Waters To Offshore Drilling

Jerry Brown and Oregon Gov. Kate Brown. The five-year plan would open 90 percent of the nation's offshore reserves to development by private companies, Zinke said , with 47 leases proposed off the nation's coastlines from 2019 to 2024. "The days of drilling for oil are numbered", U.S. Sen. "It's not a matter of national security; it's not a matter of energy needs; it's a matter of risks and looking for oil that we don't believe is there".

Author: 0 Seoul says both Koreas have agreed to hold talks on Tuesday

North Korea's young leader has shrugged off a raft of new sanctions and heightened rhetoric from Washington as his regime drives forward with its weapons programmes, which it says are meant to defend against United States aggression. The White House has yet to formally announce a new ambassador to Seoul, nearly a year after Mr Trump took office, and Jon Wolfsthal, former director of arms control at the National Security Council under former president Barack Obama, said the United States had ...

People Add 'em together & Mega Millions, Powerball payouts at almost $1B
Author: 0 Add 'em together & Mega Millions, Powerball payouts at almost $1B

Mega Millions numbers are drawn every Tuesday and Friday at 11 p.m. The Powerball numbers for January 3, 2018 are: 02, 18, 37, 39, 42 and a Powerball of 12. Virgin Islands. Each annual payment is 5 percent larger than the previous one. It has been more than 12 weeks since someone hit the jackpot of Mega Millions .

People Turkish president stresses on peace, stability in Iran
Author: 0 Turkish president stresses on peace, stability in Iran

Referring to the Turkish President's remarks about the role of some Western and Zionist media in creating unrest in some countries, including Turkey, Rouhani said: "Iranian police's wise, calming presence in recent limited unrest indicates that we fully trust the security and stability in our country".

Author: 0 Frozen Florida iguanas cold-stunned, but probably not dead

When temperatures dipped overnight, the iguanas in south Florida couldn't hang - literally. Isola said the iguana was stunned by the cold conditions, but it was not dead. Temperatures are expected to get into the 30s, but they won't stay there long enough to do much harm to the invasive populations. Once the temperature rises again, they'll pop back to life.

People Trump's plaintiff cry to Bannon, Wolff - Shut up or I'll sue
Author: 0 Trump's plaintiff cry to Bannon, Wolff - Shut up or I'll sue

Michael Wolff has bad news for those who are just counting down the days until Donald Trump leaves - or is forcibly removed from - the Oval Office. "He called me a "great man" last night", Trump told reporters at the White House , ahead of a meeting with Republican senators on immigration.

People Unresponsive Cirrus Missing Over Gulf
Author: 0 Unresponsive Cirrus Missing Over Gulf

A C-130 aircraft was used to search for the missing plane in a region close to Freeport, about 100 km south of Houston, Texas. The pilot had filed a flight plan to Georgetown, Texas, but failed to land there. He is the current medical director of obstetric anesthesia at INTEGRIS Baptist Medical Center. Kinsinger's plane was traveling from Oklahoma City to central Texas when it veered to the southwest.

People State Dept. official: We are not pursuing regime change in Iran
Author: 0 State Dept. official: We are not pursuing regime change in Iran

People take part in pro-government rallies in Iran on January 3. When young people demonstrated against the Iranian government in 2009, President Obama failed to offer the Iranian people strong support. "Today we can announce the end of the 2018 sedition", Mohammad Ali Jafari, commander of the Revolutionary Guards, said on its website, adding that the number of protesters "did not exceed 15,000 people nationwide".

People United States redesignates N. Korea as violator of religious freedom
Author: 0 United States redesignates N. Korea as violator of religious freedom

In a fresh move, the United States of America has put Pakistan on its "special watch list" for "severe violations of religious freedom", State Department spokesperson Heather Nauert said on Thursday. Vietnam was previously designated as a CPC, but was taken off the list about a decade ago, in opposition to USCIRF's recommendation. USCIRF Chairman Daniel Mark emphasized that "Pakistan continues to harass its religious minorities, has state-sanctioned discrimination against groups such as ...

People Pakistan condemns Kabul terror attack
Author: 0 Pakistan condemns Kabul terror attack

A suicide bomber struck a convoy comprising Afghan security forces in Kabul Thursday night, killing at least 15 people, health ministry officials confirmed. The deadliest of those happened a week ago when a suicide bomber blew himself up inside a Shiite cultural centre in Kabul , killing 41 people and wounding more than 80 others.

People Roy Moore accuser Leigh Corfman files lawsuit against him for defamation
Author: 0 Roy Moore accuser Leigh Corfman files lawsuit against him for defamation

I, I've never talked to her, never had any contact with her. Allegations of sexual misconduct with her are completely false. They ignored my requests to stop attacking me and to acknowledge the truth. Moore and those who enable him accountable", according to the Post . 'As I had expected, the results of the examination reflected that I did not know, nor had I ever had any sexual with, any of these individuals'.

People UIDAI rejects media report on getting Aadhaar data in minutes
Author: 0 UIDAI rejects media report on getting Aadhaar data in minutes

Concerns about data security have been at an all-time high since the recent breach of credit reporting agency Equifax. The Aadhaar citizen database contains particularly sensitive information like fingerprint and iris scan records in addition to names, phone numbers, emails and more.

People 'Fire And Fury' publisher moves up book release date to Friday
Author: 0 'Fire And Fury' publisher moves up book release date to Friday

Earlier, the publishing house said that "due to unprecedented demand", it would release the book on Friday morning, rushing it to print after previously planning to put it out next Tuesday. "He obviously changed his tune pretty quick", Trump said in the Roosevelt Room Thursday. He complained about top New York Times reporter Maggie Haberman's stories about the Trump administration, argued liberal blogger Andrew Sullivan didn't have a sense of humor, and said Times columnist Maureen ...

People U.S. seeks United Nations emergency meeting on Iran on Friday
Author: 0 U.S. seeks United Nations emergency meeting on Iran on Friday

The United States has requested a UN Security Council (UNSC) emergency meeting on the deadly unrest in Iran to be held on Friday, diplomats said . Meanwhile, thousands of people took part in pro-government rallies Wednesday and Thursday. In June 2009, Iran's reformist opposition party, led by Mir Hossein Mousavi, accused the government of election rigging and gave hardline President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad a second term in office.