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Middle school teacher kills herself after accusations of sex with a student


Gretchen Krohnfeldt a 47 year old Arvada , Colorado woman has been pronounced dead , a day after the middle school area teacher had been accused of having sex with a student. Kronhfeldt was a native Arvada resident and had been teaching reading intervention, Social Studies, and English since 1993. We were informed that on Tuesday, May 9, the teacher passed away. Read More »

Axelrod: It takes a lot of work to lose to Trump

Comey spent Wednesday on Capitol Hill defending his decision to revisit the Clinton email investigation less than two weeks before last year's presidential election. Comey was repeatedly questioned by senators Wednesday on why he spoke up on the Clinton emails investigation during the election but kept secret the FBI's probe into Russian interference during the campaign. Read More »

UK Labour party's election manifesto and Brexit plan leaked

Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn. But it was a bad day for the poor cameraman whose foot was run over by a auto carrying Jeremy Corbyn to the meeting where the manifesto was supposed to be agreed. The leaked draft contains policies on nationalizing railways, renewing Trident weapons, abolishing university tuition fees and scrapping the public sector pay cap. Read More »

Mormons pull older teens out of Boy Scouts


The Boy Scouts' " Varsity " and " Venturing " programs for older teens had become hard to implement within the religion, Mormon officials said in a news release . The programs, Venturing and Varsity, will not be a part of the church activities starting in 2018. "The BSA has always allowed the church to operate its programs in ways that are consistent with our standards and beliefs, and they have been very supportive", the statement read. Read More »

Comey writes farewell letter, says he 'will be fine' after firing

The investigation has shadowed Trump from the outset of his presidency, though he's denied any ties to Russian Federation or knowledge of campaign co-ordination with Moscow. The White House, by Wednesday, said the President had always been leery of Comey, despite repeatedly saying he had full confidence in him, and finally made a decision he had been mulling all year. Read More »

God Brought You Back, Aisha Buhari Tells Freed Chibok Girls


The 82 Chibok girls freed Saturday will not return to school in September because they are undergoing medical and psychological treatment, said presidential spokesman Garba Shehu . He said, "To be honest, without appearing to speak for Boko Haram , from the outlook of these girls, they appear better in terms of their physical outlook than the 21 we received before". Read More »

PM, chief ministers travel to China to attend Belt and Road Forum

Chinese President Xi Jinping has invited the premier to attend the two-day Belt and Road Forum for International Cooperation in Beijing. The forum will comprise a High Level Dialogue and Leaders' Roundtable. Hailing the agreement as a major step in Nepal-China relations, Kathmandu Post quoted Foreign Minister Mahat as saying, "Road and railway connectivity is very important for us and we want investment in the same", said Minister Mahat. Read More »

Comey Asked for More Prosecutor Resources for Russia Probe

One by one, the story's pillars wobbled. When the NBC anchor noted the White House's written claim about the recommendations from the Justice Department, Trump couldn't have been clearer about his intentions. "When I did this now I said, 'I probably, maybe will confuse people, maybe I'll expand that, you know, lengthen the time , ' because it should be over with, in my opinion, should have been over with a long time ago, 'cause all it is, is an excuse", he said. Read More »

Korea's new president to White House; N. Korea calls for 'new chapter'

The deployment of THAAD was agreed past year by South Korea's previous administration after North Korea conducted a long-range rocket launch that put an object into space. Mr Moon told President Xi Jinping that North Korean provocations had to stop before the deployment of the Terminal High Altitude Area Defence (Thaad) system could be reconsidered. Read More »

Trump calls Comey a 'showboat,' denies colluding with Russian Federation

Trump's characterization was odds with that of the top Republican and Democratic lawmakers on the Senate Intelligence Committee. Warner said he was offended at Trump's remarks. "It's an excuse by the Democrats for having lost an election that they should have won". Leaders of the USA intelligence agencies, including director of national intelligence Dan Coats and CIA chief Mike Pompeo, on Thursday testified that they agreed with that finding. Read More »

Macron compose son gouvernement et cherche une majorité — France

A leur sortie, c'est François Hollande qui descendra les marches et s'engouffrera dans une voiture pour quitter le palais présidentiel à jamais. Mais tous, sans exception, ont un talon d'achille. Le maire de Pau reste cependant un puissant répulsif pour toute une frange de la droite. Si la question de la double étiquette aux législatives n'est pas remise en cause, celle sur la collaboration à venir avec le nouveau président divise. Read More »

No collusion with Russians claims Donald Trump as Federal Bureau of Investigation row rumbles on


October 31, 2016 - After Comey announces the re-opening of the investigation into Clinton's emails, less than two weeks before the November 8 election, Trump is full of praise for the FBI director. "That was a DOJ decision", White House spokesman Sean Spicer said, laying the impetus for the memo building the case for Comey's firing on Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein . Read More »

Powerful storm front that killed 16 threatens eastern United States


A Holmes Community College basketball player tosses a cinderblock onto a pile outside the business of Mattie Coleman, a longtime supporter of the team, as several players and their coach came to assist with helping her cleanup damage from a possible Sunday tornado that swept through Durant, Miss., on Monday, May 1, 2017 . Read More »

Trump conclut un accord commercial avec Pékin

Pendant la campagne électorale, Donald Trump avait menacé la Chine de lui imposer des droits de douane élevés en réaction à ses pratiques commerciales jugées déloyales, l'accusant du même souffle de manipuler sa devise. Les Etats-Unis ont considérablement développé ces dernières années leurs exportations de gaz naturel liquéfié qui, pour la première fois l'an dernier, ont dépassé leurs importations grâce aux ressources dégagées par le gaz de schiste. Read More »

FBI director 'feels nauseous' over Clinton emails


Late Tuesday night, Trump tweeted " FBI Director Comey was the best thing that ever happened to Hillary Clinton in that he gave her a free pass for many bad deeds!" But he said the only other choice, "concealment", would have been "catastrophic". Read More »

Penn State frat members appear in court in pledge's death

Eight fraternity brothers and the fraternity itself are accused of involuntary manslaughter while the others face charges which range from supplying alcohol to minors to evidence tampering. Several of the attorneys for the members requested travel arrangements, as most would be traveling between their home states to other states for summer jobs or internships and back to Pennsylvania for future court hearings. Read More »

Hollande prévoit "une passation de pouvoir "simple, claire et amicale"

Le nouveau président signera alors le procès-verbal de l'investiture avant de se voir présenter le grand collier de grand maître de la Légion d'honneur par le grand chancelier de l'ordre. Le 12 mai, il a reçu l'ensemble du personnel de l'Elysée pour féliciter un à un les membres du palais présidentiel qui se sont occupés de lui pendant cinq ans. Read More »

Penn State students charged over 'inhumane' hazing death of fraternity member

During the next 40 minutes, fraternity brothers shook him, tried to prop him up, covered him with a blanket, wiped his face and attempted to dress him before one finally called 911, the grand jury said . They called 911 at 10:48 a.m. He died the following day. Piazza's father , Jim Piazza , this morning called his son's death a "senseless and very preventable tragedy". Read More »

Moved ICJ as Jadhav's life under threat: MEA

India's External Affairs Ministry on Wednesday said Pakistani nationals applying for a medical visa would have to get a letter of recommendation from Pakistan Foreign Affairs Advisor Sartaj Aziz. On consular access to 47-year-old Jadhav, Salve said there are provisions in the Vienna Convention under which when a person is arrested in a foreign country, the counsel of his country has to be informed. Read More »

Teenager 'locked up since birth' freed in Israeli police raid


One resident told army radio he had alerted the authorities after seeing the boy "like a zombie in a horror film" through a window. He only went outdoors in the cage built by his father, and was permitted to do so twice a month - usually at night, under his parents' supervision. Read More »

SKorea's new president may head north

Even though he did not go to Pyongyang himself, Im was convicted and jailed over the trip. He also vows to reopen an industrial park in the North Korean border town of Kaesong that was jointly run by the two Koreas before the government of impeached South Korean President Park Geun-hye, who is in jail awaiting a corruption trial, closed it a year ago following a nuclear test and long-range rocket launch by the North. Read More »

Care for seniors, disabled in limbo in Missouri Capitol

Greitens initially recommended funding cuts to those services in order to balance the budget for next fiscal year because of lower-than-expected revenue growth this fiscal year. Louis by prohibiting local government from adopting rates higher than the state's minimum wage. The minimum wage in St. Louis rose to $10 an hour May 5 and is to rise again to $11 in January. Read More »