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Cosby trial's fourth day of deliberations could prove critical


They have been deliberating for a total of thirty hours thus far. The judge told them to try again for a verdict . The disgraced comedian is now awaiting a final verdict as the 12-person jury deliberates on whether or not to find him guilty of three counts of criminal indecent assault against Andrea Constand , who claims she was sexually molested by Cosby in 2004. Lire la suite »

Allow screening of 3 films at Kerala film festival: Filmmakers to Naidu


The recent letter to Naidu, who holds the portfolio of Information and Broadcasting, said the three films were "dealing with prominent political issues" that have led to "much discussion" within the country. The Kerala High Court on Friday dismissed a petition by two documentary directors who were denied permission by the ministry of information and broadcasting (I&B) to screen films at the 10th International Documentary and Short Film Festival (IDSFF). Lire la suite »

Amal Clooney gives birth to twins, George Clooney publicist says


Fans of the actor are glad he and Amal chose to give their children normal names like Ella and Alexander , instead of peculiar names, which seems to be the trend these days for many Hollywood parents. "I am very happy for them, they will be great parents". George chatted with ET's Kevin Frazier in March shortly after the news broke that he and Amal had not one, but two bundles of joy on the way. Lire la suite »

FLDS church leader Lyle Jeffs in South Dakota jail

Jeffs and ten additional sect members were accused of converting food stamp benefits to cash. FBI Special Agent in Charge Eric Barnhart in Salt Lake City says that identified the FLDS leader. The tip proved to be the break the Federal Bureau of Investigation had been craving since Jeffs used olive oil to slip out of his ankle monitor and escape home confinement in Utah on June 18, 2016, ahead of his trial in an alleged multimillion-dollar food stamp fraud scheme . Lire la suite »

La chanson de l'année largement en tête


Audiences TV du 17 juin 2017 . TF1 diffusait " La chanson de l'année " en direct. Le divertissement présenté par Nikos Aliagas depuis les arènes de Nimes a été suivi par 3.297.000 téléspectateurs, soit 20,4% de part de marché. Seul le public était juge, ils ont dû voter en fin d'émission pour leur chanson préférée et celle qui a été sacrée " chanson de l'année " n'est autre qu' " On dirait " d'Amir . Lire la suite »

Koepka wins US Open title

Open. It's the first time that has happened since 1998-2000. Brooks Koepka received a succinct piece of advice from a valuable source on the eve of the U.S. They each hit their first shot into the rough. Fleetwood, who was hoping to follow in the footsteps of 1970 victor Tony Jacklin and 2013 champion Justin Rose, held a share of second place on 11 under par alongside Americans Brooks Koepka and Justin Thomas . Lire la suite »

Court lays bare grim details of Bill Cosby sex allegations


QUOTE: "When you got the quaaludes, was it in your mind that you were going to use these quaaludes for young women that you wanted to have sex with?" Cosby raised his walking stick in acknowledgment. Because Cosby had said he did not intend to testify in his own defense , the deposition was poised to be the only chance for jurors to hear directly from the defendant. Lire la suite »

Burling, Kiwis beat Oracle third time in America's Cup

Emirates Team New Zealand competes against Oracle Team USA in race one in America's Cup Finals. But Spithill , trying to pilot the U.S. to a third straight America's Cup title, was seconds early across the startline of race one and the Americans never recovered from the penalty, as Team New Zealand erased the United States boat's one-point advantage to level overall at 0-0. Lire la suite »

Beyonce and Jay Z become parents to twins

It sounds like Jay-Z has two brand new reasons to celebrate this Father's Day, as multiple sources report that he and Beyoncé have welcomed their babies! Social media was abuzz in February when the 35-year-old singer, whose full name is Beyoncé Giselle Knowles-Carter, posted a photo of herself wearing a long veil and lingerie and caressing a noticeable baby bump. Lire la suite »

Durant taking over NBA Finals

Cleveland might have overcome a 3-1 deficit past year to win it all, but overcoming a 3-0 deficit is not even remotely realistic. The Cavs, though, couldn't get far enough ahead to get comfortable and the Warriors kept chipping away before Durant's defining 3 - the shot that makes dreams come true. Lire la suite »

Government Ethics Office Releases Trump's Latest Financial Disclosure

He has at least $1.4 billion in assets and reported at least $594 million in income from January 2016 through this spring. Before taking office in January, Trump was a NY real estate developer and television celebrity. Trump's business interests, which already have been the source of constitutional challenges and ethics complaints, are more complicated than any previous president and even with the disclosure offered Friday, the picture of his finances is far from complete. Lire la suite »

#GE2017: Polls open in key British election

May's miscalculation in calling this election harks back to an earlier blunder by her immediate predecessor: former Prime Minister David Cameron and his decision to hold a referendum on " Brexit " in the first place. With negotiations over leaving the European Union in 10 days' time, the prospect of internal political wrangling is causing concern in Brussels. An admirer of Karl Marx and Hugo Chavez, Mr. Lire la suite »

Raw: Vehicle Strikes Pedestrians on London Road

An eyewitness told Reuters that police have sealed off the road. A helicopter circled above the area as a large cordon was established to keep motorists and pedestrians away. Witnesses at the scene have described the incident as "horrible" and "hell". The London Ambulance Service tweeted: "We've sent a..." The incident followed a series of attacks in Britain. Lire la suite »

President Trump's lawyer stresses he is 'not under investigation' by FBI

Aides have counseled the president to stay off Twitter and focus on other aspects of his job . If Rosenstein were to recuse himself, the responsibility of overseeing the special counsel would fall to the department's third-highest-ranking official, Rachel Lee Brand, who was confirmed a month ago to be associate attorney general. Lire la suite »

Crestfallen that Donald Trump rolling back detente: Cubans

The Cuban statement criticised the "hostile rhetoric that recalls the time of open confrontation", and "return to the coercive methods of the past". However, Havana "reiterates its willingness to continue the respectful dialogue and cooperation" that have taken place with Washington since 2015 when the drive for restored ties began under then president Barack Obama . Lire la suite »

Search for 7 Navy sailors ends after bodies found on ship

USA authorities tacitly acknowledged there were no survivors, although Aucoin declined to say how many bodies had been recovered until relatives of the dead sailors are notified. Aucoin was asked if damage on the starboard side indicated the USA ship could have been at fault, but he declined to speculate on the cause of the collision . Lire la suite »

Jay Z says Barack Obama 'greatest rapper of all time'


Lox". He also confirmed he was not "drunk" given his erratic tangent. Bey, Jay's twins are finally here! He continued: "St did I say redman?" "I like to think Mr. He said: "Fk.50 cent big L sho ag nice and smooth Joe and pun. diggable butterfly esp.beanie young chris freeway SP okay for real this time". "F**k haa. Lire la suite »

Jay Z announces new album 4:44, teases single


As if Jay Z didn't have enough on his hands, the hip-hop legend has just shared details on a new album, 4:44. The new album from Jay Z is his first release since 2013's Magna Carta Holy Grail , which hit #1 on Billboard's Top 200 charts. Lire la suite »

Bodies of missing United States sailors found

A member of the U.S. Navy Damage Control Training Team is seen near the U.S. national flag on the Arleigh Burke-class guided-missile destroyer USS Fitzgerald , at the U.S. Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has sent a sympathy message Sunday to President Trump. Abe wrote, "I express my heartfelt solidarity to America at this hard time", praising USA servicemen in Japan under the allies' bilateral security pact. Lire la suite »