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Trump impeachment hearings: 5 key takeaways from the first day

Trump impeachment hearings: 5 key takeaways from the first dayThe first day of public impeachment hearings resulted in new evidence supporting the Democrats’ case that President Trump leveraged U.S. aid to get Ukraine to investigate his political rivals.




POSTED NOVEMBER 13, 2019 5:00 PM

Sorry, Hillary: Democrats don't need a savior

Sorry, Hillary: Democrats don't need a saviorWith the Iowa caucuses fast approaching, Hillary Clinton is just the latest in the colorful cast of characters who seem to have surveyed the sprawling Democratic field, sensed something lacking and decided that “something” might be them.




POSTED NOVEMBER 13, 2019 2:42 PM

Federal Judge Rules U.S.-Born ‘ISIS Bride’ Not an American Citizen, U.S. Not Required to Repatriate Her

Federal Judge Rules U.S.-Born ‘ISIS Bride’ Not an American Citizen, U.S. Not Required to Repatriate HerA federal judge ruled Thursday that 25-year-old Hoda Muthana, who lived in Alabama but left the U.S. in 2014 to join ISIS, is not an American citizen and therefore the country is not required to repatriate her.Muthana is the daughter of Yemen's former ambassador to the United Nations, Ahmed Ali Muthana. Judge Reggie Walton ruled that because Hoda was born while Ahmed Ali still had diplomatic status, Hoda could not be considered a U.S. citizen. Ahmed Ali has since become a naturalized citizen.In addition, Walton ruled that Ahmed Ali cannot provide financial aid to his daughter, who escaped from ISIS to a Kurdish refugee camp in 2018. Hoda Muthana has a son, Adam, who was born in ISIS territory.U.S. law prevents the children of foreign diplomats from receiving American citizenship by birthright. Lawyers for Muthana’s family had claimed Ahmed Ali’s diplomatic status expired two months before Hoda’s birth in New Jersey, a claim apparently rejected by Judge Walton.Muthana had previously said in an interview that she wished to return to the U.S.“I want my son to be around my family, I want to go to school, I want to have a job and I want to have my own car," she said in an interview with NBC.The woman had previously called on jihadists in the U.S. to "go on drivebys, and spill all of their blood.” “Anyone that believes in God believes that everyone deserves a second chance, no matter how harmful their sins were,” Muthana told NBC.President Trump and Secretary of State Mike Pompeo have previously expressed opposition to authorizing Muthana’s return.“I have instructed Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, and he fully agrees, not to allow Hoda Muthana back into the Country!” Trump wrote on Twitter in February of this year.




POSTED NOVEMBER 14, 2019 2:27 PM

Top Putin aide named by MH17 airliner investigators

Top Putin aide named by MH17 airliner investigatorsAn international investigation into the 2014 downing of Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 on Thursday released a series of phone intercepts, including one between a top aide to Russian President Vladimir Putin and pro-Russian rebels accused in the crash. Calls between officials in Moscow and pro-Russian rebels in eastern Ukraine mostly took place via secure telephones provided by the Russian security service, and intensified ahead of the disaster in the first half of July 2014, the Joint Investigation Team (JIT) said. "The indications for close ties between leaders of the DPR (Donetsk People’s Republic) and Russian government officials raise questions about their possible involvement in the deployment of the (missile), which brought down flight MH17 on 17 July 2014," the JIT said.




POSTED NOVEMBER 14, 2019 8:12 AM

Saugus High School shootings: What you need to know about Santa Clarita, California

Saugus High School shootings: What you need to know about Santa Clarita, CaliforniaSanta Clarita is the third-most-populated city in Los Angeles County. It was named the third-safest city in America by Parenting Magazine in 2014.




POSTED NOVEMBER 14, 2019 3:36 PM

Mom of Missing Florida Girl, 5, Charged With Child Neglect After Massive Search Uncovers a Child's Remains

Mom of Missing Florida Girl, 5, Charged With Child Neglect After Massive Search Uncovers a Child's RemainsTaylor Rose Williams' mom was also hospitalized after 'an apparent overdose'




POSTED NOVEMBER 13, 2019 10:14 AM

An Air India flight was delayed nearly 12 hours after a stowaway rat was spotted in the cabin

An Air India flight was delayed nearly 12 hours after a stowaway rat was spotted in the cabin"The rat was located and trapped. Then the aircraft was fumigated," a representative from Air India said, according to Indian local media.




POSTED NOVEMBER 13, 2019 11:30 AM

A History of Modern American Architecture

A History of Modern American Architecture




POSTED NOVEMBER 13, 2019 5:28 PM

Mexico’s human rights chief draws fury for asking if journalists have been killed

Mexico’s human rights chief draws fury for asking if journalists have been killedAt least 11 media workers have been murdered in the country since President Andrés Manuel López Obrador took officeRosario Piedra Ibarra, centre, Mexico’s new human rights commissioner, has questioned if journalists are actually killed in the country. Photograph: Madla Hartz/EPAMexico’s new human rights commissioner has questioned if journalists are actually killed in the country, which has become a cemetery for reporters over the past two decades – and has not become any safer since the arrival of a leftwing government late last year.After being elected commissioner on Tuesday night, Rosario Piedra Ibarra blithely responded to reporters’ questions on the murder of reporters in the country by asking, “They’ve killed journalists?”She then insisted attacks on media members “happened in past administrations and it’s something terrible” – even though at least 11 journalists have been murdered in Mexico since President Andrés Manuel López Obrador took office almost a year ago.Mexican journalists responded with outrage to Piedra’s suggestion that attacks on the media had vanished with López Obrador’s arrival.A collective of journalists forced to flee their homes after attacks or threats filed a complaint against Piedra with the National Human Rights Commission – one of the first received by the body since she became its commissioner.“The simple ignorance of 131 journalists killed in Mexico, coming from the ‘ombudsman’, is, in itself, a violation of the human rights of those of us who have suffered violence for practicing journalism,” tweeted Victims of Forced Internal Displacement in Mexico, which filed the complaint.“Mexico is the most dangerous country in the world to practise journalism,” said the press freedom organisation Article 19. Mexico has a special prosecutor for pursuing crimes committed against the press but nearly all of the 544 attacks against journalists in 2018, it added, remain unsolved.Media workers have come under attack from organised crime as well as corrupt public officials including police officers and members of local governments.Three journalists were killed over just four days in August, including Jorge Ruiz Vázquez, who was killed in the eastern state of Veracruz after receiving multiple death threats and despite being in a government protection program. A newspaper in Chihuahua, El Monitor de Parral, ceased publishing its print edition after being firebombed the same month. Assailants also ransacked the home of investigative reporter Lydia Cacho, stealing documents and killing her two dogs.The comments from the new commissioner come amid a worsening relationship between López Obrador and the press corps, who often come under intense criticism by the president’s most ardent supporters for asking uncomfortable questions during his daily press conference.Last month, López Obrador, commonly called “Amlo”, accused the press of ingratitude and chided them for “biting the hand of the person who removed its muzzle”. He previously told them to pick sides – preferably his side.




POSTED NOVEMBER 14, 2019 5:00 AM

Ukrainian energy company tied to Hunter Biden supported American think tank, paid for trips

Ukrainian energy company tied to Hunter Biden supported American think tank, paid for tripsBurisma gave more than $450,000 to the Atlantic Council, a prominent Washington think tank.




POSTED NOVEMBER 12, 2019 8:51 PM

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