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  • [Headlines]5 Things Runners Can Do When Roads Are Icy12/17 10:31

    Even if you have the right gear to handle the snow and ice, you can’t always trust that drivers will stay in control.......Search More News

  • [World News]Redrawing boundaries, lawsuits cast doubt on credibility of Thai election12/17 10:31

    Thailand will soon hold its first election since the military seized power in a 2014 coup and many hope the vote will return Southeast Asia's second-largest economy to democracy. ......Search More News

  • [Business]Investing: How to teach kids about money and stocks12/17 10:31

    Learning about investing is a life skill that will help kids be more successful in adulthood. Helping them understand money leads to better choices.......Search More News

  • [Top Story]Saudi Arabia condemns US Senate 'interference' over Jamal Khashoggi murder12/17 10:31

    Saudi Arabia on Sunday rejected as "interference" a US Senate resolution to end American military support for a Riyadh-led war in Yemen, and another holding its crown prince responsible for the murder of critic Jamal Khashoggi. "The kingdom condemns the latest position of the US Senate that was based on unsubstantiated allegations and rejects the blatant interference in its internal affairs," the foreign ministry said in a statement released by the official Saudi Press Agency. Though largely symbolic, the US Senate vote on Thursday dealt a fresh warning to President Donald Trump, who has staunchly backed the Saudi regime despite global uproar over the Yemen conflict and the murder of journalist Khashoggi. On the Yemen measure, which more broadly attacks the president's prerogative to launch military action, 49 Democrats or their allies voted in favour, along with seven Republicans, while another three Republicans abstained. The Senate also approved a resolution condemning Khashoggi's murder and calling Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, Saudi Arabia's de facto ruler, "responsible" for it. How the disappearance of Jamal Khashoggi unfolded The Saudi ministry warned that the kingdom would not tolerate any "disrespect" of its rulers. "This position by the US Senate sends the wrong messages to all those who want to cause a rift in Saudi-US relationship," the ministry said. "The kingdom hopes that it is not drawn into domestic political debates in the US to avoid any... significant negative impact on this important strategic relationship." The Senate resolution acknowledged the US-Saudi ties were "important" but called on Riyadh to "moderate its increasingly erratic foreign policy". The resolutions cannot be debated in the House of Representatives before January, and would likely be vetoed in any case by Mr Trump. But the Senate votes send a strong message to the White House over anger on both sides of the aisle towards Riyadh. Mr Khashoggi, a Saudi contributor to the Washington Post, was killed on October 2 shortly after entering the kingdom's consulate in Istanbul in what Riyadh called a "rogue" operation. The murder has tarnished Riyadh's international reputation, and Western countries including the United States, France and Canada have placed sanctions on nearly 20 Saudi nationals. UN chief Antonio Guterres on Sunday called for a "credible" probe into the murder. Anger at the human cost of the war in Yemen has also prompted a harder line in Congress about the US military's role in backing Saudi-led coalition strikes against Huthi rebels. Since the coalition launched its campaign in 2015, the conflict has killed nearly 10,000 people, according to the World Health Organisation. But some rights groups believe the toll to be far higher.......Search More News

  • [Business]UK Retail Apocalypse Spreads Online as Asos Plunges 40%12/17 10:31

    The gloomy update from an online retailer that competes with Amazon.com Inc. and has furnished fashions to the likes of Meghan Markle confirms that the U.K.’s retail weakness is widespread in the runup to the holidays. Last week, Sports Direct International Plc Chief Executive Officer Mike Ashley said sales were “unbelievably bad” in November, sending the shares off a cliff. Asos fell as much as 40 percent early Monday in London, wiping about 1.4 billion pounds ($1.8 billion) off the market value.......Search More News

  • [Top Story]How barbershops could help lower blood pressure12/17 10:21

    Corey Thomas admitted to his pharmacist that he hated the blood pressure medications a previous doctor had prescribed for him. They came with "horrible" side effects, he said, and so he rarely took them.......Search More News

  • [Business]Canadian regulator to fine Glencore-controlled miner over Congo - WSJ12/17 10:21

    A Glencore-controlled mining company and some of its current and former executives have agreed to pay more than $22 million to settle Canadian allegations they hid the risks of doing business with an Israeli close to Congolese President Joseph Kabila, the Wall Street Journal reported. ......Search More News

  • [Headlines]WATCH: Video shows accused ISIS supporter bragging of plot to bomb gay bars and UC Berkeley, sell poison-laced cocaine, prosecutors say12/17 10:20

    A Northern California man faces several decades in prison after admitting to setting up social media accounts to support the Islamic State group, prosecutors said.   ......Search More News

  • [Top Story]Google CEO Sundar Pichai's testimony to Congress exposed the abject failings and futility of Washington's version of tech policy - Business Insider12/17 10:20

    Google CEO Sundar Pichai's testimony to Congress exposed the abject failings and futility of Washington's version of tech policy  Business InsiderGoogle CEO grilled over 'getting out Latino vote'  WND.comDemocrats erupt into laughter after Google CEO has to explain to Rep. Steve King that the 'iPhone is made by a different company'  Business InsiderView full coverage on Google News......Search More News

  • [Business]After a Record-Setting 2018 for Law Firms, Does a Reckoning Await?12/17 10:20

    Economists see dark clouds gathering in 2019 and 2020. It's unclear whether most firms have absorbed the lessons of the Great Recession well enough to prepare.......Search More News

  • [Business]Canadian regulator to fine Glencore-controlled miner over Congo - WSJ12/17 10:20

    The expected settlement between the Ontario Securities Commission and Toronto-listed Katanga Mining Ltd is related to the company's business activities in the Democratic Republic of Congo between 2014 and 2016, the Journal reported, citing an anonymous source. The Ontario Securities Commission did not immediately respond to a request for comment. Glencore's share price rose around 1 percent by 0927 GMT, while the broader mining index was 1.4 percent higher.......Search More News

  • [World News]WATCH: Trump and Giuliani take aim at Cohen12/17 10:11

    Rudy Giuliani, President Donald Trump's lawyer, is calling Michael Cohen a "serial liar" after Cohen said Trump ordered him to arrange hush-money payments.......Search More News

  • [World News]WATCH: Weekend Rewind: Family of Guatemalan girl who died speaks out12/17 10:11

    Jakelin Caal Maquin's family is demanding an "objective and thorough investigation" into the girl's death while in U.S. Border Patrol custody.......Search More News

  • [World News]Woman accuses Sandals resort of mishandling her report of sexual assault by employee12/17 10:11

    Melissa Blayton told ABC News that an employee she met at the pool offered her a sailing lesson and attacked her on open water.......Search More News

  • [Headlines]Eva Shockey's new series 'Outdoor 101' takes her out of her 'comfort zone'12/17 10:10

    As fans already know, Eva Shockey is a big fan of the great outdoors. And she appreciates it more every day.......Search More News

  • [Headlines]Invasive tick is 'here to stay,' and here's where it could spread next12/17 10:10

    An invasive tick species, new to the U.S., has already popped up in nine states, and a new study suggests that the species could spread much further.......Search More News

  • [Top Story]Huawei announces Nova 4 with hole-punch display and 48-megapixel camera - The Verge12/17 10:10

    Huawei announces Nova 4 with hole-punch display and 48-megapixel camera  The VergeHuawei launches Nova 4 with hole-punch display and 48MP rear camera  Android AuthorityHuawei Nova 4 Smartphone With Triple Camera & Kirin 970 SoC Launched in China at RMB 3099  LatestLYHuawei Nova 4 Official – Features 48MP Main Sensor With In-Display Camera, No Kirin 980 but Has Other High-End Specs  WccftechHuawei Nova 4 Has The Industry’s Smallest Camera Hole On Screen  Gizchina.comView full coverage on Google News......Search More News

  • [Top Story]Fierce clashes in Hodeidah cast doubt over ceasefire12/17 10:10

    Fierce clashes broke out in Yemen’s crucial port city of Hodeidah on Sunday, leading UN and Yemeni officials to delay the "official" start of the hard-fought ceasefire agreed last week. Residents reported skirmishes on the outskirts of town with missiles and automatic gunfire heard near the city's eastern 7th July suburb.  Unconfirmed television reports said that the Saudi-led coalition had launched two airstrikes on Ras Isa, a port north of Hodeidah. On Thursday, the Iran-aligned Houthi rebels agreed to a UN-brokered truce in Hodeidah with the Saudi-led coalition that backs the official government of Abd-Rabbu Mansour Hadi.  UN officials said it was necessary to delay the implementation of the ceasefire until December 18th to convey orders to troops on the ground.  On Sunday afternoon, UN Yemen envoy Martin Griffiths issued a plea to both to “respect their obligations as per the text and the spirit of the Stockholm Agreement” and “engage in the immediate representation of its provisions.” "Without peace, we will be facing in 2019 a much worse situation than today" as a result of food shortages, warned UN chief Antonio Guterres on Sunday. Hodeidah is almost completely controlled by the Houthis, and their withdrawal from key positions like the port is one of the central components of the UN-brokered deal reached last week in Sweden. By moving units away from the Red Sea port, international officials hope to get desperately needed food and aid into the country to ease Yemen’s festering humanitarian crisis. Under the deal, which could create the breathing space for meaningful peace talks, international monitors are to be deployed in Hodeidah to observe as all armed forces pull back completely within 21 days of the start of the ceasefire. Skirmishes and clashes like those seen in Hodeidah over the past two days are not in themselves a sign that the ceasefire is doomed, said independent Yemen analyst Hisham Al-Omeisy. “Even in previous ceasefires, there was a huge de-escalation infighting, but still sporadic fighting here and there, like we’ve seen over the past few days,” he told the Telegraph. He cited recent conversations with Houthi contacts where the atmosphere in Hodeidah was cited as “toxic” and characterised by a deep mistrust of the Saudi-led coalition. A rise in looting by Houthi forces, he said, showed "bad faith" ahead of the agreed withdrawal. ......Search More News

  • [World News]Best places in Europe to visit12/17 10:00

    The Grand Tour was a right of passage for men and women of certain wealth and status in the late 18th and early 19th centuries, taking in the best Europe had to offer.......Search More News

  • [Business]Indian forces lock down Kashmir city, hold leaders to stifle protests12/17 10:00

    Unrest has intensified over recent weeks in the Muslim-majority region at the heart of decades of hostility between India and Pakistan, and seven civilians were killed on Saturday when security forces opened fire at a protest over the killing of three militants. Separatists leaders Mohammad Yasin Malik and Mirwaiz Umar Farooq said they were detained as they marched toward an army headquarters in Kashmir's main city of Srinagar. Another leader, Syed Ali Shah Geelani, was under house arrest, police said.......Search More News

  • [Business]Italy judge says evidence shows Eni, Shell knew of Nigerian graft12/17 10:00

    An Italian judge said on Monday there was evidence showing oil groups Eni and Royal Dutch Shell were aware that their 2011 purchase of a Nigerian oilfield would result in corrupt payments to Nigerian politicians and officials. Italy's Eni and Shell bought the OPL 245 offshore field for about $1.3 billion. The Milan judge made the comment in handing down her reasons for the September conviction of Nigerian Emeka Obi and Italian Gianluca Di Nardo, both middlemen in the OPL 245 deal, for corruption in one of the oil industry's biggest graft scandals.......Search More News

  • [Business]Kashmir locked down as Indian forces warn against protests12/17 10:00

    Indian authorities locked down parts of restive Kashmir on Monday as police fired tear gas at protesters defying a curfew to march against the shooting death of seven civilians. Separatist leaders had urged the public to march on India's military headquarters in the disputed territory, after seven people were killed and dozens wounded in army fire on Saturday. A total curfew was imposed in parts of Srinagar, the main city in Muslim-majority Kashmir, to try and curb any unrest.......Search More News

  • [World News]Onetime Indian politician convicted in 1984 anti-Sikh riots12/17 09:50

    An Indian court has convicted a former politician of helping incite violence during anti-Sikh pogroms that left thousands of people dead......Search More News

  • [National]Accused ISIS supporter bragged of plot to bomb gay bars and UC Berkeley, sell poison-laced cocaine: prosecutors12/17 09:50

    A Northern California man faces several decades in prison for his setting up social media accounts to support ISIS, according to prosecutors.   ......Search More News

  • [World News]Four Chinese activists shave heads to protest 'persecution' of husbands12/17 09:50

    The wives of four of China's most prominent rights lawyers and activists shaved their heads on Monday in protest over what they called the "persecution" of their husbands by the government. ......Search More News

  • [World News]Indian forces lock down Kashmir city, hold leaders to stifle protests12/17 09:50

    Indian police detained separatist leaders in the disputed Kashmir region on Monday and sealed off roads in an effort to stifle protests against the killing of civilians on the weekend. ......Search More News

  • [Business]Italy judge says evidence shows Eni, Shell knew of Nigerian graft12/17 09:50

    An Italian judge said on Monday there was evidence showing oil groups Eni and Royal Dutch Shell were aware that their 2011 purchase of a Nigerian oilfield would result in corrupt payments to Nigerian politicians and officials. ......Search More News

  • [Top Story]Indian troops enforce lockdown to foil Kashmir public march12/17 09:50

    SRINAGAR, India (AP) — Soldiers and police fanned out across Indian-controlled Kashmir on Monday to enforce a security lockdown for a second straight day to stop anti-India protests and foil a call by separatists for a march toward India's main military garrison in the disputed region.......Search More News

  • [World News]1 Thai dead, 7 S. Korean tourists hurt in Thailand car crash12/17 09:41

    Thai police says a car accident involving three vehicles has killed one Thai man and left 11 other people injured including seven South Korean tourists......Search More News

  • [Gossip]WATCH: Kelly Clarkson's favorite singer Aretha Franklin taught her 'it's OK to cry'12/17 09:41

    The singer said she was shy as a kid and that Aretha Franklin stirred "something inside me that really broke down those barriers that I that I had built up as a child."......Search More News