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January 07, 2018
Trump shuts down voter fraud commission, citing 'endless legal battles'
Kobach's office said Thursday that the charges involve two people accused of double voting in Kansas and Colorado in 2016. President Donald Trump has signed an executive order disbanding his voter fraud commission.
January 07, 2018
Barcelona agree HUGE fee for Liverpool's Philippe Coutinho
It's odd timing for the move as Coutinho can not play for Barcelona in the Champions League this season, having participated in the cup with Liverpool.
January 05, 2018
Justin Timberlake channels Steve Jobs in new Filthy music video
The album will have 16 songs and Justin will release three more tracks before the full album comes out on Super Bowl weekend. Justin Timberlake released the lead single to his fourth studio album earlier this morning titled " Filthy ".
January 02, 2018
Palestinian pain for India
Thousands gathered in Rawalpindi in a protest organised by the Defence of Pakistan Council, an alliance of religious parties. But, the platform was used by Hafiz Saeed among others to give another call for jihad in Jammu and Kashmir.
January 02, 2018
Packers fire long time defensive coordinator Dom Capers
Besides Capers and Sanders, McCarthy also fired special teams coordinator Shawn Slocum after the 2014 season. This is all despite the team using its first draft pick on a defensive player in each of the last six years.
December 30, 2017
Apple CEO Tim Cook's Annual Pay Jumps 47% to $12.8 Million
In light of his high profile and the security costs, the Apple board suggested that he use private transportation in 2018. Cook's pay raise this year came mostly from cash bonuses; $9.3 million were added to Cook's $3 million annual salary.
December 29, 2017
Claire's Pulls Makeup Kits from Shelves Due to Asbestos Concerns
A mother in America has discovered that a makeup kit from Claire's that was given to her six-year-old daughter contained asbestos. When she received the results, Warner, who works for a Providence, Rhode Island law firm, said she was appalled.
December 27, 2017
United Kingdom woman jailed for 3 years in Egypt for carrying painkillers
They said she did not try to hide the medication and initially thought it was a joke when she was pulled up by officials. Plummer's trial started in the town of Safaga on Monday with what her lawyers described as a mistaken confession.
December 26, 2017
FD: At least 10 people displaced following apartment fire in Phoenix
Firefighters were able to take control of the fire and put it out before it could cause major damage to the rest of the home. They have opened a shelter at the First Baptist Church on East Main Street in Spartanburg for those residents.
December 25, 2017
London Zoo fire injures 9 people, kills Misha the aardvark
Firefighters from Kentish Town, Paddington, Euston, West Hampstead and other surrounding fire stations were sent to the blaze. More than 70 firefighters are now tackling a blaze that has broken out at a cafe and shop at London Zoo.