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GM’s luxury brand has revealed the new CT5, which will replace the CTS next year.

18.03.2019, 15:03


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Turkish police use tear gas to disperse women’s march

Thousands of people, most of them women, gathered near Istiklal Street on Friday for a march that police said was unauthorized.

08.03.2019, 21:01
Air Force Secretary Heather Wilson submits resignation to take college post

Wilson, 58, is leaving to become the next president of the University of Texas at El Paso.

08.03.2019, 21:01
House ethics bill would require Supreme Court to adopt code of conduct

Congress is trying to force the U.S. Supreme Court to hold justices accountable to standards of ethics and good behavior in this politically-polarized “MeToo” era.

08.03.2019, 21:00
Homeless couple, Georgia national busted in marriage scam, officials say

Melissa Anne Godshall, Robert J. Kennerley and Levan Lomtatidze were all charged with conspiracy to commit marriage fraud, officials said. Additionally, Godshall and Lomtatidze were charged with marriage fraud, visa fraud and making false statements in immigration proceedings while Kennerley was charged with aiding and abetting marriage fraud, according to officials.

08.03.2019, 21:00
‘Riverdale’ star KJ Apa speaks out on Luke Perry’s death: ‘Rest in love’

Apa, who plays Archie Andrews on the CW’s hit teen drama “Riverdale,” took to Instagram Thursday evening to share a photo of Perry on a boat. Perry played Fred Andrews, the father of Apa’s Archie.

08.03.2019, 21:00
‘I came very, very close to leaving the Earth’: Whoopi Goldberg opens up on ‘The View’ about pneumonia battle

Whoopi Goldberg, co-host of «The View,» opened up today about her extended absence from the show in a videotaped message played for the audience in which she revealed a battle with pneumonia.

08.03.2019, 21:00
NYPD unveils five-point plan to combat city’s rising rape, murder rates

Police Commissioner James O’Neill said during a press conference Monday the department would be increasing patrols in particular Bronx, Brooklyn and Queens neighborhoods where murder rates have gone up. Cops also plan to expand programs designed to reduce gang violence and help ex-cons transition back to life outside of prison, and the district attorney's office vowed "extra strong prosecutions" for weapons possession violations.

08.03.2019, 21:00
Trump surveys Alabama tornado damage, residents hope visit brings more resources

President Trumpwas in Alabama Friday to survey areas devastated by deadly tornadoes earlier in the week.

08.03.2019, 21:00
‘Living fossil’ from the dawn of the universe discovered in deep space

Discovered in 2016, DGSAT I is very much likely a typical galaxy, in that it is massive, but the amount of light it gives off is strikingly low compared to “normal” galaxies. It also seems to dispel some previously thought assumptions of UDGs, which were first discovered in 2015.

08.03.2019, 21:00
‘Captain Marvel’ production chief says ‘the world is ready’ for a film with an openly-gay superhero

Speaking on the red carpet for the highly-anticipated premiere of "Captain Marvel," Marvel’s production head Victoria Alonso was asked if it’s finally time for an openly gay superhero to join the “Avengers” on-screen.

08.03.2019, 20:02
International Women’s Day leads Miley Cyrus, Emma Watson, other celebrities to share words of empowerment

March 8 marks the global event where women and men from around the world celebrate "the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women," per the International Women's Day official website.

08.03.2019, 20:01
Senators introduce ‘Green Alert’ legislation to establish nationwide notification system for missing veterans

A bipartisan bill introduced Thursday in the Senate would establish a national notification system — the so-called Green Alert — to help in the recovery of missing veterans.

08.03.2019, 20:01
Omar praises condemnation of anti-Muslim, other bigotry

The one-sided 407-23 vote Thursday belied the emotional infighting over how to respond to freshman Rep. lIhan Omar's recent comments suggesting House supporters of Israel have dual allegiances. For days, Democrats wrestled with whether or how to punish the Minnesota Democratic lawmaker, arguing over whether Omar, one of two Muslim women in Congress, should be singled out, what other types of bias should be decried in the text and whether the party would tolerate dissenting views on Israel.

08.03.2019, 20:01
US women’s soccer team sues for equal pay, treatment

video Equal Pay Day and the gap for the U.S. womens soccer team Steve Moore, Heritage Foundation distinguished fellow, and Julie Roginsky, Fox News contributor, discuss the debate for equal pay between men and women in America. The entire U.S. Women’s National Team sued the U.S. Soccer Federation on Friday, claiming they are not paid …

08.03.2019, 20:00
Australian PM implies women’s equality shouldn’t come at the expense of men — on International Women’s Day

During his speech to mark the day at the Chamber of Minerals and Energy in Western Australia, Morrison insisted that women's rights should be "accelerated" in the country but not at the expense of the success of others.

08.03.2019, 20:00
Bill Shine resigns as White House communications chief, will join Trump campaign

Sarah Sanders, the White House press secretary, told reporters Shine “offered his resignation to the president yesterday evening, and the president accepted.”

08.03.2019, 20:00
Bill Shine, former Fox News executive, resigns from White House communications role

Bill Shine, the White House deputy chief of staff for communications, has resigned from his post.

08.03.2019, 20:00
‘Airwolf’ star Jan-Michael Vincent dead: report

According to a death certificate from a North Carolina hospital published by TMZ Friday, the actor passed away on Feb. 10 after suffering a cardiac arrest. The document shows Vincent was 73 at the time of his death and that no autopsy was performed.

08.03.2019, 20:00
2020 candidate Elizabeth Warren unveils plan to ‘break up big tech,’ targeting giants like Amazon, Google and Facebook

Democratic candidate Sen. Elizabeth Warren on Friday followed up on her campaign theme that, if she were president, everyone would have to play by the rules, this time targeting giant tech companies like Amazon, Google and Facebook for having “too much power.”

08.03.2019, 20:00
Woman dresses dog in tiny party outfit to highlight fashion sizing discrepancies

On March 6, Callie Conway of Newcastle took to Twitter to share the images of her Belington terrier Charlotte in a black, semi-sheer matching set of a crop top, pants and a headband. The hilarious fashion fail has since gone massively viral online, racking up over 335,000 likes and sparking more than 1,700 comments.

08.03.2019, 19:04
Budweiser updates old ads for International Women’s Day to show women in ‘more balanced and empowered roles’

The brand, in partnership with the #SeeHer movement, has reworked three of its old print campaigns from the 1950s and 1960s in order to “showcase women in more balanced and empowered roles,” according to a press release.

08.03.2019, 19:04
Olivia Newton-John reveals why she kept cancer battle private

The "Grease" star first revealed she had breast cancer in 1992 and was diagnosed with it again in 2017 — only now it has metastasized to her back.

08.03.2019, 19:02
Blackfoot headdress made of golden eagle feathers from the 1890s found in Alberta thrift store

Alberta Fish and Wildlife Enforcement reported Monday that one of its officers did some digging and confirmed the authenticity of the headdress which was made of real golden eagle feathers.

08.03.2019, 19:01
Restaurant owner treats 20 employees and their families to ‘priceless’ Disney World trip

Last week, Gypsy Gilliam, owner of the State Farmers’ Market Restaurant in Raleigh, N.C., jetted all 53 people – 20 of her employees, plus their loved ones – to Orlando, Fla., for the highly anticipated vacation. Gilliam covered the hotel, transportation, meals and attraction tickets for her hardworking staffers, The News & Observer reports.

08.03.2019, 19:00
Finland’s entire government resigns after breakdown of agreement on welfare state reform

Juha Sipila has been the country’s prime minister since 2015 after forming a three-party governing coalition with two other right-leaning parties, including the small populist Blue Reform Party, a group that was once part of the eurosceptic True Finns but split up amid divisions over immigration policies.

08.03.2019, 19:00
Michael Avenatti’s law firm files for bankruptcy protection amid accusation of ‘financial shenanigans’: report

The fresh bankruptcy filing came a day before Avenatti was scheduled to appear in a California federal courtroom to give testimony on the finances of his firm, Eagan Avenatti. A lawyer for Jason Frank, a former partner with the firm who last month charged that millions of dollars in legal fees had been hidden from creditors during the bankruptcy proceedings, planned to question Avenatti about the firm’s finances, the Los Angeles Times reported Friday.

08.03.2019, 19:00
Former Miss Teen Universe Lotte van der Zee dead at 20 after suffering heart attack while on vacation

Model Lotte van der Zee, from Holland, passed away after falling into a coma following her cardiac arrest while on holiday in Westendorf, Austria with her family.

08.03.2019, 19:00
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