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After President Donald Trump appeared to respond to a groundswell of public support for tougher gun sale background checks following recent mass shootings, his language — and possibly his stance — on new gun control measures seems to be softening after a discussion with NRA head Wayne LaPierre Tuesday.

21.08.2019, 10:03


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Guatemalans still risk migration despite child deaths in US

Ericka Gutiérrez in the small rural town of Camotan says the deaths are "terrifying." But she's been unable to find work and has no other way to pay the $5,000 debt she took on to pay a smuggler who led her on an initial attempt to migrate. So she plans to go again, taking her 6-year-old son.

05.06.2019, 21:35
Parents outraged after autistic son was given ‘most annoying’ award

An Indiana elementary school and special education teacher are receiving backlash after an 11 year-old child with autism received a “most annoying male” superlative at an end-of-the-year school party.

05.06.2019, 21:06
Neymar team denies seeking settlement meeting

The legal team issued a statement Wednesday saying it was the unidentified woman's attorneys who sought the May 29 meeting, in which no agreement was reached. Those attorneys had asserted the request came from Neymar's lawyers.

05.06.2019, 21:06
Trump: Will ‘seriously look’ at banning gun silencers

President Donald Trump stated he would «think about» a ban on gun silencers, following news that the suspected Virginia Beach shooter used a legally-bought gun suppressor.

05.06.2019, 21:02
Bernie Sanders: Soviet Union, Venezuela don’t count as examples of failed socialism

Sanders, I-Vt., dismissed the connection between the failed socialist states and his own vision for America, during an interview on Comedy Central’s “The Daily Show” Tuesday.

05.06.2019, 21:00
Detroit police seek ‘serial murderer’ in deaths of 3 women

Chief James Craig said the homicides, which began in March, appear to be related to the sex trade.

05.06.2019, 20:50
Mexico officials prepare to intercept about 1,000 migrants

The group of migrants, including many women and children, set out early from Ciudad Hidalgo at the Mexico-Guatemala border and was headed for Tapachula, the principle city in the region. State and local police accompanied the caravan.

05.06.2019, 20:35
US services company grew at faster pace in May

The Institute for Supply Management, an association of purchasing managers, reported Wednesday that its service index rose to 56.9 last month, up from 55.5 in April. Readings above 50 point toward continued growth.

05.06.2019, 20:20
Correction: Thad Cochran Funeral story

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05.06.2019, 20:20
Hungary opposition gets 680,000 backers for anti-graft plan

Independent lawmaker Akos Hadhazy said Wednesday that joining the European Public Prosecutor's Office would help boost efforts to stop the misuse of EU funds in Hungary.

05.06.2019, 19:52
Georgia to execute man later this month for 1996 killing

Marion Wilson Jr., 42, is set to die June 20 at the state prison in Jackson, state Attorney General Chris Carr said in a news release Wednesday. Wilson and Robert Earl Butts Jr. were convicted of murder and sentenced to death in the March 1996 slaying of Donovan Corey Parks in Milledgeville, about 90 miles (145 kilometers) southeast of Atlanta.

05.06.2019, 19:36
Ex-deputy charged with child neglect in Parkland high school shooting appears in court

Handcuffed and wearing tan jailhouse clothes, a fired Florida deputy sheriff appeared in court Wednesday morning to face a slew of charges stemming from his alleged inaction in the 2018 mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland.

05.06.2019, 19:02
President Donald Trump attempts to explain his Meghan Markle ‘nasty’ comments

President Donald Trump sat down with Piers Morgan on «Good Morning Britain» Wednesday in an attempt to clarify his previous controversial comments on Meghan Markle.

05.06.2019, 19:01
Why did people take iodine pills after Chernobyl exploded?

The short answer is that it doesn't have any direct anti-radiation effects, but might offer some indirect protection. Iodine doesn't ward off free-flying neutrons or remove radioactive dust from drinking water. It does however change how your body behaves, in ways that can reduce the risk radioactive materials pose. Here's how:

05.06.2019, 19:01
Developers file antitrust lawsuit against Apple over App Store

The lawsuit from California resident Donald R. Cameron and Illinois-based Pure Sweat Basketball is demanding an end to Apple's control over the iOS ecosystem as the only official provider for iPhone apps.

05.06.2019, 18:11
Firefox to block third-party tracking cookies by default

The privacy protection arrived Tuesday in Firefox 67.0.1. "When it comes to privacy, default settings matter," Firefox product lead Peter Dolanjski wrote in a blog post. "We hope that the actions we are taking can ultimately compel change in the industry."

05.06.2019, 18:11
Teacher dances with student to Beyonce’s ‘Before I Let Go’ as part of test deal

A middle school teacher has held up his end of a deal after agreeing to perform a dance with a student if she got an A on her test.

05.06.2019, 18:08
About 1,000 migrants cross into Mexico, start walking to US

State and local police accompanied the migrants Wednesday as they walked along a highway leading from the border to the first major city in Mexico, Tapachula.

05.06.2019, 18:06
A Connecticut mystery: A timeline of the disappearance of mom of 5 Jennifer Dulos

The search is intensifying for New Canaan, Connecticut, mom of five Jennifer Dulos, who vanished nearly two weeks ago amid a custody dispute with her estranged husband.

05.06.2019, 18:06
Leader of La Luz del Mundo church charged with child rape

Naasón Joaquín García and a follower of the church, 24-year-old Susana Medina Oaxaca, were arrested Monday after landing at Los Angeles International Airport, California Attorney General Xavier Becerra's office said.

05.06.2019, 18:06
Trump joins world leaders to commemorate 75th anniversary of D-Day

President Donald Trump and first lady Melania Trump joined Queen Elizabeth II and more than 300 D-Day veterans in Portsmouth on Wednesday for a national ceremony of remembrance on the 75th anniversary of the allied military invasion remembered as a turning point of World War II.

05.06.2019, 17:17
Versace plans to open more than 100 stores by 2022

video Michael Kors agrees to buy Versace for $2.1B Michael Kors said that it would buy Versace for $2.1 billion. While some retailers look to shut down stores amid the rise of e-commerce, Versace said Tuesday it was doing the opposite — planning to open more than 100 stores by 2022. Continue Reading Below The luxury fashion brand’s …

05.06.2019, 17:05
‘World’s hottest Marine’ Shannon Ihrke strips down in new desert photo shoot

The 29-year-old from Minnesota is pictured wearing nothing but a tiny bikini and her gun-belt in the new pictures.

05.06.2019, 16:46
Rival gang members risk their lives to get baptized together in Texas maximum-security prison

But what happened last week was a first in the history of the prison.

05.06.2019, 16:32
Trump reads from FDR’s prayer to the US on D-Day

Roosevelt went on national radio on June 6, 1944, to address the U.S. for the first time about the Normandy invasion. Trump, with images of an American flag and Roosevelt projected behind him, read to the crowd: "Almighty God, our sons, pride of our nation, this day, have set upon a mighty endeavor, a struggle to preserve our republic, our religion and our civilization and to set free a suffering humanity."

05.06.2019, 16:23
‘World’s hottest Marine’ Shannon Ihrke strips down in new desert photoshoot

The 29-year-old from Minnesota is pictured wearing nothing but a tiny bikini and her gun-belt in the new pictures.

05.06.2019, 16:16
UK’s Farage quashes rumor he is joining EU far-right group

In elections last month, Farage's single-issue Brexit Party won 29 of the 73 British seats in the assembly as angry voters blamed the ruling Conservatives and the opposition for the Brexit impasse.

05.06.2019, 16:08
UN: 2 million Somalis could die of starvation amid drought

U.N. Undersecretary-General Mark Lowcock says about $700 million is needed after a rainless season that has killed both livestock and crops.

05.06.2019, 16:08
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