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People US nears metal tariffs deal with Canada, Mexico
Author: 0 US nears metal tariffs deal with Canada, Mexico

The United States is close to resolving a dispute over steel and aluminium tariffs with Canada and Mexico, U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said on Wednesday as high-level American and Canadian officials prepared to meet to discuss trade issues.

People 2 teen suspects formally charged in Colorado school shooting
Author: 0 2 teen suspects formally charged in Colorado school shooting

The two schools are separated by about 7 miles (11 kilometers) south of Denver. About a dozen students were injured and one 18-year-old, Kendrick Castillo, was killed after charging at one of the suspect shooters and disarming them. McKinney appeared in court after Erickson. McKinney is now held at a juvenile facility and will remain there, regardless of the adult charges. McKinney's attorney, Ara Ohanian, said he would seek to move McKinney's case back to juvenile court.

People Helicopter Spirals Down Into Hudson River, 2 Injured
Author: 0 Helicopter Spirals Down Into Hudson River, 2 Injured

There were no injuries, and the pilot, who is believed to have been the only person on board, was safely rescued. The aircraft came down quickly, but it was not in freefall - its blades were rotating. The helicopter was a Bell 206, Federal Aviation Administration spokesman Jim Peters said. "About 30 minutes ago, a helicopter made a safe emergency landing on floats in the Hudson River near the heliport".

People Team Trump says it won't cooperate with House investigations
Author: 0 Team Trump says it won't cooperate with House investigations

Earlier Wednesday, Nadler held a hearing on executive privilege where he revealed that " the White House has attempted to impede over 20 congressional investigations, including by ignoring or failing to provide meaningful responses to dozens of letters requesting information on topics ranging from the Affordable Care Act, to the security of our elections, to the policy of separating children from their parents at the border".

People Huawei: Trump's Ban Will Do 'Significant Harm' To The U.S.
Author: 0 Huawei: Trump's Ban Will Do 'Significant Harm' To The U.S.

Chinese tech giant Huawei has slammed Washington's decision to ban it from the American market, noting that the move will only hurt Americans and leave the USA behind in deploying the 5G telecommunications technology. Commerce's announcement connects Huawei's addition to the Entity List to violations of USA sanctions against Iran alleged in the DOJ indictment against Huawei earlier this year.

People Iran says exercising restraint despite 'unacceptable' escalation of U.S. sanctions
Author: 0 Iran says exercising restraint despite 'unacceptable' escalation of U.S. sanctions

On Wednesday, in reference to threats by the United States to attack Iran-backed groups in Iraq, Iraqi Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi told reporters that Iraq had not observed "movements that constitute a threat to any side". According to Israel's Channel 13, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu - usually the number one hawk on Iran - told his security chiefs to "take steps to isolate Israel from any developments and ensure Israel is not dragged into this escalation".

People Taiwan is First in Asia to Legalize Same-Sex Marriage
Author: 0 Taiwan is First in Asia to Legalize Same-Sex Marriage

A court decided in 2017 that same-sex couples had a legal right to marry. The Taiwan vote comes as gay rights activists around the world mark the International Day against Homophobia , Transphobia and Biphobia. "For the gay communities what matters the most is whether we can legally get married on May 24 and be listed as the spouse in ID cards, to be treated and respected as the "spouse" in the whole legal system.

People Trump pushes immigration plan favoring 'merit' over family
Author: 0 Trump pushes immigration plan favoring 'merit' over family

US Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross told Trump that "successful negotiations could allow American-owned automobile producers to achieve long-term economic viability and increase R&D (research and development) spending to develop cutting-edge technologies that are critical to the defense industry".

People Boeing says 737 Max software update is ready
Author: 0 Boeing says 737 Max software update is ready

The U.S. Federal Aviation Administration , foreign regulators and airlines are reviewing Boeing's plans for additional pilot training , the company said Thursday. A file image of the Boeing 737 MAX tail and winglets. Boeing (BA) did report some orders for the other jets in late March, even in the wake of the March 10 crash of an Ethiopian Airlines jet and the grounding of the 737 Max that followed.

People Small plane crashes near Dubai's busy airport, killing 4
Author: 0 Small plane crashes near Dubai's busy airport, killing 4

The two year-old Diamond DA42 Twin Star airplane, registered in the United Kingdom as G-MDME, was carrying out calibration flights for terrestrial navigation systems at Dubai Airport. Dubai International Airport was closed from 7.36pm until 8.22pm after the incident with air traffic forced to circle, and some flights diverted to the nearby Maktoum International Airport due to the Plane crash near Dubai airport.

Author: 0 China formally arrests detained Canadian ex-diplomat, businessman

Lu said the two were arrested "recently", but did not provide a date, and added that he had no information about where they were being held. "China will take all the necessary measures to resolutely safeguard the legitimate rights of Chinese firms".

People Protests against Mayor de Blasio’s 2020 run
Author: 0 Protests against Mayor de Blasio’s 2020 run

I hope Democrat voters will visit New York City , ride our failing subways, visit our failing schools and ask our vanishing middle class about the real record of Bill de Blasio as mayor; the effect will be chilling. "The poll that actually matters is the election", de Blasio responded. A spokeswoman says he will travel to Iowa later in the day and will hold events in that state Friday and in SC on Saturday.

People Missing pregnant woman found dead with baby removed from womb
Author: 0 Missing pregnant woman found dead with baby removed from womb

Clarisa Figueroa , 46, had previously sold baby clothes to 19-year-old Marlen Ochoa-Lopez, and lured her back to her house with an offer of more clothing, investigators said. "She was giving clothes away, supposedly under the pretense that her daughters had been given clothes and they had all these extra boy clothes", said Cecelia Garcia, a spokeswoman for Ochoa-Uriostegui's family.

Author: 0 Warren unveils abortion rights platform following new laws

Winnie Harlow, Lewis Hamilton, La La Anthony and many others supported Rihanna in the comments. In fact, the law specifies that all penalties fall on the abortionist and a "woman who receives an abortion will not be held criminally culpable or civilly liable".

People China criticizes US action against Huawei
Author: 0 China criticizes US action against Huawei

It said it was adding Huawei and 70 affiliates to a list that will ban it from acquiring components from US companies without the approval of the USA government. Sir Richard said the government - which has been seeking to build economic links with China - should not be influenced by fears of economic reprisals by Beijing if Huawei is excluded.

Author: 0 FO condemns attacks on Saudi oil installations

U.S. President Donald Trump said on Thursday he hoped the U.S. was not heading to war with Iran as he met with Switzerland President Ueli Maurer, whose nation has served as a diplomatic conduit between the two countries. Attacks on the ships have further raised tension in the region. On Wednesday, the United States ordered all non-emergency staff to leave its embassy in Baghdad and consulate in Arbil, northern Iraq, after accusing the Islamic republic of planning "imminent" attacks in the ...

People United Kingdom raises threat level for Mideast personnel
Author: 0 United Kingdom raises threat level for Mideast personnel

The militants are most likely to attack innocent civilians or soft targets like the oil industry. Separately, Iran's foreign minister said sanctions imposed by the Trump administration are "unacceptable" but added that his country is committed to an global nuclear deal that has steadily unraveled amid rising tensions.

People Aiming to isolate Iran, the USA looks increasingly isolated itself
Author: 0 Aiming to isolate Iran, the USA looks increasingly isolated itself

Four tankers-two Saudi, one Emirati, and one Norwegian-were attacked on May 12 near the Strait of Hormuz by unidentified saboteurs. Apparently eager to squash the general's remarks, the U.S. The remarks come amid rising tensions in the Mideast, with allegations of sabotage targeting oil tankers near the Persian Gulf, a drone attack by Yemen's Iranian-allied rebels and the dispatch of US warships and bombers to the region.

People Trump pardons former media baron, Trump biographer, Conrad Black
Author: 0 Trump pardons former media baron, Trump biographer, Conrad Black

Hollinger was the publisher of a number of papers throughout the world, including The Daily Telegraph , Chicago Sun-Times and The Jerusalem Post , as well as hundreds of smaller community newspapers, according to Deadline . In 2015, Black wrote a National Review essay titled "Trump Is the Good Guy". Black describes his "ordeal with the US justice system" as "never anything but a confluence of unlucky events, the belligerence of several corporate governance charlatans, and grandstanding ...

People United States pulls 'non-emergency staff' from Iraq as Iran tensions mount
Author: 0 United States pulls 'non-emergency staff' from Iraq as Iran tensions mount

Iranian Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, seen in 2009, reportedly said of the USA that 'neither we, nor them is seeking war. Saudi Arabia meanwhile said that drone attacks on two oil pumping stations by Yemen's Houthi rebel movement, which is supported by Iran, had forced it to temporarily shut the main East-West Pipeline.

People NY mayor threatens to fine Trump Organization over pollution
Author: 0 NY mayor threatens to fine Trump Organization over pollution

De Blasio, who is expected to jump into the Democratic primary any time now, also brought out some Trump supporters who rode the infamous Trump Tower escalator with some homemade signs for the mayor. According to city officials, the president's eight largest NY properties pump out around 27,000 tons of planet-warming gases every year, the equivalent of 5,800 cars.

People United States suspends flights to and from Venezuela
Author: 0 United States suspends flights to and from Venezuela

Earlier this year, the State Department ordered all nonessential staff at the U.S. Embassy in Venezuela to leave the country , a day after President Nicolas Maduro said he was giving diplomats 72 hours to leave. Venezuelan National Guard forces prevented the press from entering parliament, Wednesday, May 15. Maduro has been fighting to stay in power in the midst of growing opposition and worldwide pressure for him to step down.

People US Farmer Amputates Own Leg Caught In Machinery
Author: 0 US Farmer Amputates Own Leg Caught In Machinery

Although most people would be devastated at losing the bottom half of their leg, Kaser is staying positive, saying: 'I guess I'm stubborn. "I thought, well, I was goin' in", Kaser added. Despite the nature of the accident, Kaser told local media that he remains optimistic because he will be able to walk again one day. "I stopped for a little bit but I didn't want to stop for long in case I passed out, there was no way for me to get help, everyone was gone at the time, I just did what I had ...

People Costs Mounting in US From Trump's Tariff Fight With China
Author: 0 Costs Mounting in US From Trump's Tariff Fight With China

Amidst the increasing trade tensions, many have quit investing in the market, while others are still confident that both the sides would eventually reach a deal. China's economy lost steam in April, underscoring the fragility of the world's second-largest economy as it girds for an intensified face-off with the USA over trade.

People Window Washers Trapped Mid-Air as Rigging Swings Wildly Out Of Control
Author: 0 Window Washers Trapped Mid-Air as Rigging Swings Wildly Out Of Control

Paramedics evaluated the men, who both refused treatment. Fire battalion chief Benny Fulkerson described the rescue effort as "tedious" but successful. Police closed the area to traffic. The tower houses corporate offices for Oklahoma City-based Devon Energy Corp. The pair were rescued by around 8:30 a.m.

People Pompeo to Lavrov: Trump Administration doesn't recognize Russia's attempted annexation of Crimea
Author: 0 Pompeo to Lavrov: Trump Administration doesn't recognize Russia's attempted annexation of Crimea

But he added: "We have also made clear to the Iranians that if American interests are attacked, we will most certainly respond in an appropriate fashion". "I hope that we can find places where we have overlapping interests and can truly begin to build out strong relationships", Pompeo said, citing the fight against terrorism and regional conflicts as potential areas for co-operation.

People San Diego resident among 6 killed in Alaska plane crash
Author: 0 San Diego resident among 6 killed in Alaska plane crash

Floatplanes have pontoons mounted under their fuselages so they can land on water. The sightseers were all passengers from the cruise ship Royal Princess that was on a seven-day trip from Vancouver to Anchorage . "In a remote area such as this, give our limited resources, we rely on our partner agencies and appreciate the support good Samaritans have rendered to this point", he said.

People Guard fired his weapon during school shooting
Author: 0 Guard fired his weapon during school shooting

Little remains known about the cases against the suspects in the STEM School Highlands Ranch shooting that rocked the community May 7. An 18-year-old student, identified as Kendrick Castillo , was shot to death when he charged one of the gunmen inside a classroom in an attempt to stop the shooting , police and witnesses said .

People Facebook to tighten live streaming rules after distribution of Christchurch massacre video
Author: 0 Facebook to tighten live streaming rules after distribution of Christchurch massacre video

Now Ardern is turning her efforts toward another factor in the violence that day: the social media platforms on which the gunman live-streamed his attack. The company said they plan to extend the restrictions over the coming weeks, including to the creation of ads, but did not lay out specific plans. As such, it pledged $7.5 million toward research with universities like Cornell and USC Berkeley on "image and video analysis technology".

People Donald Trump to issue order effectively blocking Huawei from US
Author: 0 Donald Trump to issue order effectively blocking Huawei from US

Huawei's chairman told reporters via an interpreter in London on Tuesday (May 14) the Chinese company would be willing to sign a "no-spy agreement" with the United Kingdom, The Guardian reports. Huawei is offering to sign no-spy agreements with governments to sell more of its telecom equipment. It follows concerns from some countries that China could use products made by the telecoms firm for surveillance.

People WhatsApp flaw allowed Israeli hackers to snoop on phones
Author: 0 WhatsApp flaw allowed Israeli hackers to snoop on phones

WhatsApp said that the vulnerability was discovered this month, and that the company quickly addressed the problem within its own infrastructure. The company told the paper: "Under no circumstances would NSO be involved in the operating or identifying of targets of its technology, which is exclusively operated by intelligence and law enforcement agencies".

People Woman Shouts 'I'm Pregnant' Before Being Gunned Down By Officer
Author: 0 Woman Shouts 'I'm Pregnant' Before Being Gunned Down By Officer

The 45-year-old woman had prior encounters with the police and the officer knew she had outstanding warrants so he stopped to arrest her, according to a Facebook statement from the police department. She is also heard screaming, "I'm pregnant". "It's unfortunate that somebody takes a tragic incident like this and posts it on social media", Dorris said.

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