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Brazil model accusing Neymar of rape speaks to police again

Najila Trindade arrived Tuesday morning at the police station to continue her deposition with a new lawyer, the fourth to represent her since she filed charges against Neymar on May 31.

19.06.2019, 02:10
Harvard case offers reminder of perils of online misbehavior

The decision announced Monday serves as a reminder to aspiring college students and all young people that online comments, even those considered private, can resurface and be used against them.

19.06.2019, 02:09
Harvard case offers reminder of perils of online misbehavior

The decision announced Monday serves as a reminder to aspiring college students and all young people that online comments, even those considered private, can resurface and be used against them.

19.06.2019, 02:09
US, Iran voice resolve in brinkmanship, say war not sought

"We have a lot of things going with Iran," Trump told reporters as he left the White House for a campaign event in Florida. "We'll see what happens. Let me just say this: We are very prepared."

19.06.2019, 01:38
Reps. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Liz Cheney spar over ‘concentration camp’ comment

Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s characterizations of detainment centers along the southern border as “concentration camps” sparked a war of words on Tuesday with her GOP colleagues.

19.06.2019, 01:37
Now you can check out a dog for happy hour

The sun is shining, the windows are down and the wind is blowing in the face of one happy pup.

19.06.2019, 01:34
Accused killer of missing University of Illinois student tried to pick up another woman first, prosecutors argue

Prosecutors argued on Tuesday that accused killer Brendt Christensen tried to pick up another young scholar at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign hours before Yingying Zhang, a 26-year-old Chinese scholar visiting the university, went missing.

19.06.2019, 01:28
Mixed US signals on Iran muddy the path forward, may increase risk of war: Analysis

President Donald Trump has made clear in public statements that he does not seek war with Iran. But with conflicting signals from his advisers and military movements in the region, the question is whether he may stumble into one anyway.

19.06.2019, 01:28
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says slavery reparations are not a ‘good idea’

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said he opposed reparations for descendants of slaves, because no one «currently alive was responsible for that.»

19.06.2019, 01:20
Namibia to auction off elephants, giraffes in response to crippling drought

Drought-stricken Namibia will auction off at least 1,000 animals from its national parks — including elephants and giraffes — to mitigate the lack of grazing land as the country faces its deadliest drought in years.

19.06.2019, 01:14
Experts say blackout in Argentina should have been limited

While government officials say it could have happened anywhere, U.S. industry experts say safeguards put in place after the giant Northeast blackout in 2003 would likely stop a recurrence.

19.06.2019, 01:09
Canada reapproves contentious Pacific coast pipeline

The approval Tuesday comes 10 months after the Federal Court of Appeal halted the project and ordered Canada's National Energy Board to redo its review of the pipeline, saying the original study was flawed and lacked adequate consultations with First Nations peoples.

19.06.2019, 01:09
Police: Arizona man beheads roommate’s dog as she moves out

Jose Vega Meza, 21, told investigators that he killed the dog on Saturday because his roommate owed rent money to his mother, who owns the home in the city of Buckeye, police said.

19.06.2019, 01:09
33K pounds of cocaine seized in one of biggest US drug busts

The U.S. attorney's office in Philadelphia announced the massive bust on Twitter on Tuesday afternoon, saying law enforcement agents seized about 33,000 pounds (15,000 kilograms) of cocaine from a large ship at the Packer Marine Terminal. Members of the crew were arrested and face federal charges.

19.06.2019, 01:09
High school athletes file complaint over transgender policy

The complaint filed Monday with the U.S. Education Department's Office for Civil Rights was submitted by the conservative Christian law firm Alliance Defending Freedom on behalf of the girls, who are asking for an investigation of the policy and orders that would make competitions fair. The complaint also cites the federal Title IX rules aimed at equal rights in sports for female athletes.

19.06.2019, 01:08
Katharine Gorka expected to take over as Customs and Border Protection press secretary

Katharine Gorka, who has been serving as an adviser for the Department of Homeland Security, is expected to take over as press secretary for U.S. Customs and Border Protection, department officials confirmed to ABC News on Tuesday.

19.06.2019, 01:07
CBS tweet criticized for focusing on USWNT player Julie Ertz as NFL player’s ‘wife’

The original tweet included a photo of Julie Ertz smooching her husband, Philadelphia Eagles player Zach Ertz, along with the caption: "Eagles tight end leaves training camp to watch wife in World Cup."

19.06.2019, 01:06
Bernie Sanders delivers blistering criticism of Trump, labels him a ‘racist, sexist, homophobe and religious bigot’

Sanders didn't hold back while speaking with MSNBC on Tuesday when host Andrea Mitchell asked the Vermont Senator about President Trump's declaration that he planned to live tweet the first Democratic debate next week.

19.06.2019, 01:03
Man caught at JFK smuggling 34 finches in hair curlers

Federal authorities say a 39-year-old Connecticut man has been caught trying to smuggle nearly three dozen live finches through John F. Kennedy Airport in order to sell them for singing competitions.

19.06.2019, 00:02
Shanahan welcomes opportunity to be Defense secretary, ‘but not at the expense of being a good father’

In a surprise development, acting Defense Secretary Patrick Shanahan has decided not to move forward with the confirmation process to take the job permanently, President Donald Trump tweeted on Tuesday.

18.06.2019, 23:47
Over 16 tons of cocaine intercepted at Philadelphia port

The U.S. attorney's office in Philadelphia announced the massive bust on Twitter on Tuesday afternoon. Officials said agents seized about 16.5 tons (15 metric tons) of cocaine from a large ship at the Packer Marine Terminal.

18.06.2019, 23:38
FBI releases files showing bureau monitored activities of ‘Rules for Radicals’ author Saul Alinsky

Alinsky, who authored the book “Rules for Radicals” and was known for his activism in Chicago, died in 1978. A self-described “radical,” Alinsky never identified as a communist. But the FBI, for years, harbored suspicions about his sympathies.

18.06.2019, 23:32
Authorities: Alabama man fed meth to caged ‘attack squirrel’

The News Courier reports authorities are seeking 35-year-old Mickey Paulk on multiple charges including possession of a controlled substance.

18.06.2019, 23:24
More families demand information on Virginia Beach shooting

The Virginian-Pilot reported Tuesday that three victims' families also want the city to release more information.

18.06.2019, 23:08
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