http://www.toinnov.com.images.1c-bitrix-cdn.ru/upload/iblock/171/1716b9bb29e973a628abee4874da5681.jpg

People

US authorities accused a former high-ranking Venezuelan official exploited his government power to accept bribes from cocaine traffickers operating in Venezuela and Colombia to distribute in Europe and the U.S. "As President TrumpDonald John TrumpBaldwin spotlights mother's drug addiction, efforts to combat opioid abuse in ad Giuliani says he's "focused on the law more than the facts right now" Cambridge Analytica ordered to hand over data on U.S.
  • Melania Trump to announce formal platform

    Melania Trump to announce formal platform

    People

    The Washington Post reported on Monday that " Melania Trump has settled into a quieter routine, often apart from the president, raising their son and carving out a place for herself in a most untraditional White House". For Trump, who didn't move to the White House full-time until June of a year ago, settling on a definitive initiative has taken a relatively longer amount of time compared to some of her recent predecessors.
  • US, Pinoy soldiers to join Balikatan exercises

    US, Pinoy soldiers to join Balikatan exercises

    People

    The 12-day exercises began less than a week after U.S. network CNBC reported that the Chinese military had over the past month installed anti-ship and air-to-air defenses on islands also claimed by the Philippines. The annual bilateral exercise, which runs for two weeks and officially began on May 7, would see both American and Filipino troops training for the gaps that have been identified out of the siege of Marawi city previous year by combined fighters of the Islamic State and the Maute ...
  • University of California workers are set to strike

    University of California workers are set to strike

    People

    Workers across the University of California system began a three-day strike Monday morning, which is likely to affect patients of the University of California at San Francisco, campus officials said. "Instead of joining us in the effort to arrest these trends, UC has insisted on deepening them-leaving workers no option but to strike", Lybarger added.
  • Monday weather: Sunny skies eventually, with highs in the 70s

    Monday weather: Sunny skies eventually, with highs in the 70s

    People

    Wednesday: Sunny, with a high at 89. Today: Sunny with breezy winds and highs in the mid to upper 70's. Winds could gust as high as 23 miles per hour. Tomorrow: Partly sunny, with a high at 87. There is a chance for a rain shower or two Thursday night into Friday morning as a cold front will slide through the state.
  • Rosie O'Donnell Regularly Made Campaign Donations to Dems Above Legal Limit

    Rosie O'Donnell Regularly Made Campaign Donations to Dems Above Legal Limit

    People

    Schiff's, Jones', and Underwood's people did not respond to Post requests for comment. The candidates who received the donations were all Democrats, including Rep. Also, they'll give her the option of putting the $900 toward the primary elections, which would make it an allowable donation. O'Donnell informed the Post she donates through the online liberal fund-raising stage ActBlue, which, she presumed, "limits contributions to the maximal enabled".
  • Court moves case of Indian girl's

    Court moves case of Indian girl's "rape and murder" out of Kashmir

    People

    Deepak Khajuria arrives for a court appearance after he was arrested in connection with the rape and murder of an eight-year-old girl in Kathua, south of Jammu , April 16, 2018. He also sought for the strengthening of security at the juvenile home where a minor accused is lodged. "Fair trial is sacrosanct principle under Article 21 [fundamental right to life] of the Constitution", the court observed in the order.
  • Feral dogs kill six children in a week in India

    Feral dogs kill six children in a week in India

    People

    The deaths have also led to a sharp drop in attendance in schools, with authorities saying that parents are scared of sending their wards to schools in the morning. Secondly, the nomadic people generally rear dogs to hunt animals. District Inspector of Schools, Sitapur , Devki Singh, said schools in Khairabad have seen a big dip in attendance since May 1 following which directions have been issued that students must be accompanied by their parents to school and educational institutions must ...
  • Trump jumps into West Virginia Senate race, via Twitter

    People

    Vote Rep. Jenkins or A.G. Morrisey!" he posted. The West Virginia race is one of several primary contests where Republicans are wrestling over their allegiance to Trump. His ad says McConnell has created jobs for " China people " and charges that his " China family " has given him millions of dollars. Republicans are seeking to maintain control of Congress in the November midterm elections in what is increasingly being seen as a referendum on Trump's tenure in the White House.
  • 'Miracle' teen regains consciousness after parents sign papers to donate his organs

    'Miracle' teen regains consciousness after parents sign papers to donate his organs

    People

    She then made a decision to put McKinley's organs for donation and even signed the papers. Two months ago, McKinley was at a friend's house, sitting in a small utility trailer while being pulled by a dune buggy. "There's no other explanation but God". He still has more surgeries and a long recovery ahead of him. Slowly, McKinley is making strides beyond what anyone expected, but it's not without a struggle.
  • Russia: Putin sworn in for another six years in office

    Russia: Putin sworn in for another six years in office

    People

    Mr Putin, 65, was re-elected in a landslide victory in March - extending his grip over the world's largest country until 2024. For his third and now fourth spells as president, the term was extended to six years from four. Mr Navalny was arrested briefly as he tried to join Saturday's unauthorised protest rally in Moscow under the slogan "He's not our tsar". In line with the constitution, when Putin ended his second term in 2008, he handed power to protege Dmitry Medvedev and moved ...
  • Art in the buff

    Art in the buff

    People

    Last year, the French capital created a dedicated zone for nudists in the Bois de Vincennes park. "Culture is part of our daily life, and this is a special opportunity", said Julien Claude-Penegry, communications director for the Paris Naturists Association, The Daily Mail reported .
  • Guardsman left to die on highway after apparent road rage fight

    Guardsman left to die on highway after apparent road rage fight

    People

    Harter, a loadmaster with the Missouri Air National Guard, was pronounced dead in the scene. Detectives interviewed witnesses who saw a possible road rage incident. "He'd a trip over in Iraq and also he was in Qatar", Harter's mother said in a press conference on Sunday. "He helped with hurricane relief in Houston and Puerto Rico".
  • Deputy shot, critically wounded in Lake Placid, officials say

    Deputy shot, critically wounded in Lake Placid, officials say

    People

    A Florida sheriff's deputy was in critical condition Sunday night after he was shot while responding to a reported "neighbor dispute", authorities said. "Our prayers are with Deputy Gentry and his family". No further details about the suspect for the deputy were immediately available. The deputy has been flown to Lee Memorial Hospital.
  • Forecasts call for Tuesday crest on flooded Mississippi River at Dubuque

    Forecasts call for Tuesday crest on flooded Mississippi River at Dubuque

    People

    Beginning at 9 a.m., today, River Drive in Davenport between Iowa and Perry streets will close for the installation of a flood barrier. The Turkey River is flooding parts of Spillville. The Kickapoo River in Steuben is at 13.7 feet, as of Sunday evening, and will stay in the moderate flood stage through Tuesday. The National Weather Service says the river is expected to top flood stage later Wednesday at Dubuque and crest almost 18 inches above flood stage by Friday evening.
  • Cheers! Four Arizona breweries win at 2018 World Beer Cup

    Cheers! Four Arizona breweries win at 2018 World Beer Cup

    People

    World Beer Cup winners were selected by an worldwide panel of 295 beer judges from 33 countries. The total was second among states to California's 44 medals, and those states, as well as the state of OR, won more awards than any other country.
  • Air France hit by new strike, sinking shares, quitting CEO

    Air France hit by new strike, sinking shares, quitting CEO

    People

    He warned that the state, which owns 14.3 percent of the group, would not serve as a backstop. The stock was down 13.3 percent at 7.02 euros by 0810 GMT. Italy's Alitalia last May filed to be put under special administration for the second time in less than a decade, starting a process that will lead to the loss-making airline being overhauled, sold off or wound up.
  • Denuclearization pledge not result of US-led sanctions

    Denuclearization pledge not result of US-led sanctions

    People

    The country's KCNA news agency said today the US was "misleading public opinion" by claiming their commitment to denuclearize was caused by American and United Nations actions. "This act can not be construed otherwise than a risky attempt to ruin the hard-won atmosphere of dialogue and bring the situation back to square one", he added.
  • Blackbuck case: Next hearing on July 17 on Salman Khanss plea

    Blackbuck case: Next hearing on July 17 on Salman Khanss plea

    People

    After 19 years, the blackbuck poaching case against Bollywood actor Salman Khan and his celebrity colleagues was decided by a Jodhpur court. The judge, Chandra Kumar Songara, quickly adjourned proceedings after Khan´s defence team requested more time to prepare their appeal.
  • Class 10 Results Today at 12 Noon at kseeb

    Class 10 Results Today at 12 Noon at kseeb

    People

    Due to heavy traffic the official website will go slow, the students can check the results on results.nic.in , indiaresults.com . Its jurisdiction includes formulating education policies, school syllabus structuring, yearly examinations for academic evaluation, grading and recognition of schools in the state of Karnataka.
  • UP: Adityanath visits storm-affected areas in Agra, reassures victims

    UP: Adityanath visits storm-affected areas in Agra, reassures victims

    People

    Yogi faced criticisms as he continued to campaign in poll-bound Karnataka at a time when his state was hit badly by the dust-storm. Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath , now on an election campaign in Karnataka, is rushing back tonight to visit storm-ravaged Agra , a senior official said today.
  • Thunderstorm warning for Punjab, Himachal and Haryana

    Thunderstorm warning for Punjab, Himachal and Haryana

    People

    In addition, states like Punjab, Haryana , Chandigarh , Delhi and some parts of western Uttar Pradesh could also experience bad weather over the next 48 hours. A spokesperson of the department said there is no need to panic and people should follow the precautions, pay special attention to children and senior citizens.
  • RSS workers assaulted press persons in Malappuram

    RSS workers assaulted press persons in Malappuram

    People

    SI Binu told TNM that the arrests were made at around 1 a.m. "They are RSS members and we arrested them from their houses", the SI said. Police said case a has been registered against 10 RSS workers under various sections of IPC including those related to unlawful assembly and rioting besides the Kerala Public Way Restriction of Assemblies and Procession Act.
  • Women take to construction site for Habitat for Humanity's Women Build Week

    Women take to construction site for Habitat for Humanity's Women Build Week

    People

    Parent Katy Nelsom is working alongside her two daughters as a part of National Women Build Week. The homeowner was impressed with the women working at the site. She said women can be particularly helpful when they know the issues surrounding affordable housing in their communities, especially concerning homes for women and children.
  • Colorado Rockies vs. New York Mets, 5-6

    People

    Three of the four hits he allowed were in the first inning so for six innings, he only allowed a single to Jose Lobaton in the second inning and walked Wilmer Flores in the fourth. Posey, Crawford and McCutchen collected three hits apiece, while Hanson went 2 for 5 with a home run, double and four RBIs. Conlon, 24, had a 6.75 earned run average with Class AAA Las Vegas, but that is a hard pitching environment and the Mets had limited options.
  • Analytica told to hand over US man's data

    Analytica told to hand over US man's data

    People

    Moments after declaring bankruptcy , the Trump-affiliated data firm blamed "unfairly negative media coverage" and said it has been "vilified" for actions it says are both legal and widely accepted as part of online advertising. Steve Bannon , Trump's former chief strategist and an influential force on his campaign team, oversaw Cambridge Analytica. The controversy dates to 2015, when Cambridge University academic Aleksandr Kogan and his company Global Science Research posted a quiz app on ...
  • Day seizes PGA control at Quail Hollow

    Day seizes PGA control at Quail Hollow

    People

    And as well as those star players performed, they couldn't match Peter Uihlein , who shot 62 after a six-hole stretch that included five birdies and an eagle. "Then hit a putt hard off again on the second putt, and the grain just ate it up". Peter Uihlein took advantage of Quail Hollow early with a 9-under 62.
  • Nawaz says 'Ladla' and Zardari are not his competitors

    Nawaz says 'Ladla' and Zardari are not his competitors

    People

    The PPP and PTI earlier joined hands in the Senate elections. Former prime minister Nawaz Sharif on Sunday stated that he will change the law to revoke his disqualification verdict once he is elected back to power in the upcoming elections.
  • Donald Trump signs 'religious liberty' executive order sparking fears over LGBT discrimination

    Donald Trump signs 'religious liberty' executive order sparking fears over LGBT discrimination

    People

    Obama's initiative also offered outreach to a previously hostile community - white Evangelicals - and adjudicated for good or for ill many fights between conservative religious groups and advocates for LGBTQ rights. Lay people offered prayers for certain causes. "This is the Pence administration paying off its base", says Tiven. President Donald Trump signed a particular executive order which will strengthen faith groups' influence in the Trump administration.
  • Lieberman: Israel will 'pay price' for embassy relocation

    Lieberman: Israel will 'pay price' for embassy relocation

    People

    Trump's unilateral decision to move the United States Embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem sparked protests and fury around the world, particularly among Muslims who view it as a provocation against the Palestinian people. The report added that the USA has promised Israel "full support for all its efforts against the Iranian nuclear bomb program". U.S. officials reportedly presented a portion of Trump's peace plan to Liberman when he was in Washington at the end of April.
  • A Senate Hopeful's TV Ad Goes Over the Line

    A Senate Hopeful's TV Ad Goes Over the Line

    People

    Mitch McConnell as " cocaine Mitch " and his " China family ". McConnell is married to Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao, who is from Taiwan and whose family owns a shipping company. Blankenship has been called " the worst candidate in America " and spurred think pieces about how he's " testing the limits of Trumpism . I'd rather be in China, but the hard work and the effort and the creativity that we put into running businesses in the USA would be much more valuable in other places".
  • Turkey vows to launch new cross-border military operations

    Turkey vows to launch new cross-border military operations

    People

    Olive Branch was launched on Jan 20 in Afrin, Syria , to drive away the YPG/PKK and ISIS terrorists from the region. He is Turkey's first popularly elected president. According to the Turkish General Staff, through the operation, the country wants to stabilise its border and also protect Syrians from terrorists. President Recep Tayyip Erdogan today said Turkey would launch cross-border offensives, like previous military operations in Syria, in the "new era" after snap polls on June 24.
  • Mocks at PM's Dalit outreach

    Mocks at PM's Dalit outreach

    People

    The Minister's visit to the Dalit family in Aligarh was part of the BJP's outreach programme for the community. "These leaders should eat the food prepared and served by Dalits in their plates", Phule said, while speaking to TOI . As of now I can say that 70 per cent of Dalits in Bihar are with the RJD. Bahujan Samaj party in a bid to counter the BJP's attempt to make inroads in its dalit vote bank through "dalit outreach programme" has made a decision to hold "Chaupals" (village ...