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Des œufs de dinosaures de 70 millions d'années découverts en Chine


Ils étaient enterrés à environ huit mètres sous terre, où ils sont restés cachés -et protégés- depuis des millions d'années, expliquent les scientifiques. Il n'y a en revanche que peu de doute sur le fait que ces fossiles soient bien des oeufs de dinosaures. Ce n'est pas la première fois qu'une découverte préhistorique est annoncée dans la région. Read More »

Your Survival Guide To This Week's Potential Government Shutdown

Donald Trump and USA lawmakers inched closer to a deal on Tuesday avoiding a government shutdown, as the president, eager to showcase a win marking his first 100 days, retreated from a demand to fund a border wall. Trump campaigned throughout the country past year promising a wall across the entire 2,200 mile southern border, promising that Mexico would pay for it. Read More »

German court orders trial over 2010 Love Parade deaths


The organisers of the "Love Parade" festival will stand trial in connection with the deaths of 21 people in a crush in 2010, a German court has ruled. Directly following the tragedy, a court in Germany had dropped the case, but now that decision has been overturned due to a possible conviction being "proven with sufficient probability". Read More »

America's 'Mother of all Bombs' kills 90 IS terrorists

The Massive Ordnance Air Blast Bomb (MOAB) - nicknamed the "mother of all bombs"- was used in an attempt to target an ISIS cave and tunnel complex which the terrorist group had mined with explosives, and marked the first time the bomb had ever been used in combat since it was first tested in 2003. Read More »

Periods of rain today, moderate to heavy rain tonight into Wednesday


Wichita will likely see wet weather through Wednesday morning but the activity will not be severe. Highs are forecast to only reach the mid to upper 50s, upwards of 10 degrees below normal for late April. Though the next few days might be rough, Storm Team 4 expects the latter half of the work week to be a stunner. Skies will turn sunny on Thursday as south winds continue to pump warm air north. Read More »

Miami passport office closed because of water damage


Officials did not say whether any personal information was lost as a result of the damage or how soon the office would reopen. Those customers, as well as those scheduled to pick up a passport or needing an expedited passport should call the National Passport Information Center at 877-487-2778 or 888-874-7793 (TTY/TTD). Read More »

" N'ayant plus la légitimité ", Fillon ne mènera pas les Républicains aux législatives


Il en est de même pour le président du Sénat, Gérard Larcher, ainsi que les deux présidents de région élus après un retrait du PS, Xavier Bertrand (Hauts-de-France) et Christian Estrosi (Provence-Alpes-Côte-d'Azur). "Malgré tous mes efforts, malgré ma détermination, je n'ai pas réussi à vous convaincre". Un déjeuner pour reconstruire une droite sonnée par la défaite et mettre le cap sur les législatives. Read More »

Ann Coulter called off by Barkeleys

Ann Coulter launched an unusual broadside against Matt Drudge on Twitter, Thursday night, for posting "fake news" about her disputed appearance at the University of California, Berkeley . It appears UC Berkeley is in for another political brawl, this time with Ann Coulter , who tells The Hollywood Reporter that she'll speak at the famously progressive campus even though administrators are trying to prevent her from doing so. Read More »

Documents: Tad Cummins Had a Destination in Mind

The girl was apparently healthy and unharmed, and authorities said their main concern was her emotional and mental state. "It was more important to have her back". Kat Bozeman told WJBF's sister station, News 2, that her 15-year-old sister still isn't quite home. "Number two, she left her dog behind". So much so, that Rebecca would call her mommy. Read More »

Russia blocks UN condemnation of N.Korea missile test

North Korea attempted but failed to launch a ballistic missile on its east coast last Sunday, the latest sign of rising tensions in Asia. "It hasn't quite sunk in for many of us just how close to nuclear war we might be, but civil society is mobilising to demand a de-escalation of this crisis because the consequences of a war don't bear thinking about". Read More »

Markets Right Now: US stocks open sharply higher

After many years of high unemployment and a steady drumbeat of political scandals, voters turned their backs on the establishment and instead backed a political newcomer in Macron and a far-right candidate in Le Pen . markets improved due to news that President Trump plans to act on a corporate tax reform plan this week. The EU legislature lifted Le Pen's immunity in March in relation to a another French investigation over her posting of pictures of Islamic State violence on social media, ... Read More »

New Executive Order Addresses H-1B Visas

President Donald Trump signed an executive order in Wisconsin on Tuesday directing federal agencies to implement the " Buy American, Hire American " rhetoric of his campaign. Trump has also used his "buy American and hire American" premise to bring in changes in government procurement practices, reported The Guardian . Read More »

Wall 'Going to Get Built' in First Term

Congress is on the clock as they work to pass a federal spending bill by the end of the week or face a government shutdown. "Here, everything, pretty much everything you do in government involves heart, whereas in business most things don't involve heart", Mr Trump said . Read More »

Death Toll In Venezuela's Anti-Government Protests Climbs

Venezuela ombudsman Tarek William Saab said that in addition to Sulbaran, five people were injured at the event. Henrique Capriles, one of Venezuela's main opposition leaders and Governor of Merida state tweeted on Monday and accused "paramilitary groups" of killing the two men. Read More »

France's Die-Hard Leftists Plan To Abstain From Voting

Stocks are opening sharply higher on Wall Street, following gains in Europe, on increased expectations that France was not heading for an exit of the euro. Opening the battle for second-round votes, Le Pen highlighted the continuing threat of Islamist militancy, which has claimed more than 230 lives in France since 2015, saying the 39-year-old Macron was "to say the least, weak" on the issue. Read More »

Nissan to Expand NISMO Brand, Promises More Vehicles


Hardcore 600 hp GT-R Nismo aside, the company has only released uprated versions of the 370Z, Juke, Note, Sentra (Sylphy) and, oddly enough, the Patrol. In addition to developing new NISMO road cars, NISMO Cars Business Department will also work with Nissan Motorsports International to promote them. Read More »

One arrested, three at large after armed home invasion in Campbell County


Campbell law enforcement responded to a residence on the 2000 block of Wards Road at about 4 p.m. Sunday for a reported home invasion, the release states. Three people with long guns ran from the auto into a wooded area, one wearing a red hoodie and another a black Adidas hoodie. The Sheriff's Office arrested the driver of the vehicle, Devontay O'Brian Clark. Read More »

Trevor Noah Breaks Down Trump's First 100 Days

This is how, in April 1993, the Times described the first 100 days of Bill Clinton's presidency. "It's not very meaningful", he told the AP. The White House is aiming to show progress on a number of fronts this week. "You point out a lot of the challenges for President Trump in the poll, some of the warning signs for Democrats as well", Stephanopoulos said. Trump , who was elevated to the highest office in the United States with no prior political, diplomatic or military experience, ... Read More »

Trump vows to fight anti-Semitism

That incident led Anti-Defamation League National President Jonathan Greenblatt to demand that Trump condemn the incidents, which included a spate of bomb threats at Jewish Community Centers across the country. National Archives announced that the Franklin D. Roosevelt Presidential Library and Museum in Hyde Park, New York, was formally establishing the Henry Morgenthau Jr. Read More »

Trump says he does not fear a trade war with Canada

The forest products sector contributes more than $1.45 billion (Canadian) to New Brunswick's economy and employs about 22,000 people in the province. The state timber industry says the new tariffs, which average 20 percent, are good news for Wisconsin loggers and sawmills that have been struggling since the new housing market crashed in 2008. Read More »