• President Trump Hires Special Counsel
President Trump Hires Special Counsel

Stephen Immelt, the CEO of Hogan Lovells, announced Cobb's coming departure from the firm in a Friday afternoon email to employees of the firm. I served 4 years in the Obama White House. Cobb is said to be related to the deceased baseball Hall of Famer of the same name. The move frees White House counsel Don McGahn's staff to focus on other Tru...

Read more

  • Goat Wants To Enter Office So Badly He Completely Smashes The Windows
Goat Wants To Enter Office So Badly He Completely Smashes The Windows

Employees at a polyurethane manufacturer in Louisville, Colorado got quite the surprise when they showed up to work. Police were called and security camera footage was reviewed. It's unclear where he goats came from and the incident is now being handled by insurance. The video shows the goat, which is accompanied by several other goats that w...

Read more

  • Man accused of throwing 2-year-old boy into oncoming traffic
Man accused of throwing 2-year-old boy into oncoming traffic

The auto in front of her swerved abruptly and suddenly the unthinkable happened: a small boy stood up. "I wasn't sure what it was.He threw a baby into traffic". Saturday that his son's "drunken" cousin kidnapped him "and threw him in front of driving cars" on the busy street. As Willner attended to the child, two other men ran onto the scene and ...

Read more

  • Ericsson steps up restructuring on new quarterly loss
Ericsson steps up restructuring on new quarterly loss

Ericsson posted a fourth straight quarterly loss in unveiling April to June figures of 1.0 billion kronor (105 million euros/$121 million) on sales dropping 8% to 49.9 billion kronor, dipping beneath analysts' forecasts of 50.5 billion. "Actions will be taken primarily in service delivery and common costs and do not include research and developmen...

Read more

  • Free schools lose out as Greening raids the budget
Free schools lose out as Greening raids the budget

The £1.3 billion additional funding will be fully funded from efficiencies and savings identified within the DfE's existing budget. But teachers" unions ATL and NUT said in a joint statement that the extra funding "isn't enough to stop the huge cuts that schools are making", and Ms Greening's announcement amounted to "smoke and mirrors'.

Read more

  • California lawmakers extend carbon emissions climate law
California lawmakers extend carbon emissions climate law

Calling cap-and-trade a "down payment" for California's ambitious climate change agenda, lawmakers Monday extended the emissions tax, due to reservations about concessions to oil and energy groups. The earmarks swayed a handful of Republicans as well as influential groups including the Natural Resources Defense Council, Pacific Gas and Electric C...

Read more

  • US Certifies Iran In Compliance With Nuclear Accord
US Certifies Iran In Compliance With Nuclear Accord

Leading up to Monday's deadline, a contentious debate had emerged within the White House about how to proceed on JCPOA. But the Trump administration on Monday coupled its certification to Congress of Iran's compliance with a blistering critique of the country's non-nuclear activities, saying Iran is "unquestionably in default of the spirit...

Read more

  • Nelson Mandela : Former president's ambulance 'caught fire', his surgeon reveals
Nelson Mandela : Former president's ambulance 'caught fire', his surgeon reveals

Mandela day is meant to honor the legacy of Nelson Mandela and his values through volunteering and community service. Every year on 18 July - the day Nelson Mandela was born - the United Nations asks individuals around the world to mark Nelson Mandela International Day (18 July) by making a difference in their communities.

Read more

  • Four Rugby parks recognised in prestigious Green Flag Awards
Four Rugby parks recognised in prestigious Green Flag Awards

Two South Tyneside parks have been recognised for meeting the highest of standards with an worldwide award. South Marine Park in South Shields. . Congratulating South Lanarkshire Council, Derek Robertson, Chief Executive of Keep Scotland Beautiful, commented: "It is pleasing to see their continued success and the number of Green Flag Awards in...

Read more

  • Six Killed as Indian, Pakistan Soldiers Trade Fire in Kashmir
Six Killed as Indian, Pakistan Soldiers Trade Fire in Kashmir

In Uri sector too, a soldier and two civilians were injured in ceasefire violation by Pakistan on Monday. He said the school was located at a height making the task of evacuation hard. Heavy firing exchanges between Indian and Pakistan army continued in Nowshera sector when last reports came in, defence sources said. A mortar shell landed on a ...

Read more

  • 'She lied': Host shot at gender reveal party was NOT pregnant
'She lied': Host shot at gender reveal party was NOT pregnant

One woman, Autum Garrett , of IN, died during the incident and some of the victims included children. "From the very beginning of this investigation, we have met significant resistance that is uncommon from victims of crime wanting a resolution".

Read more

  • Tamannaah Wants To Work With Prabhas Again
Tamannaah Wants To Work With Prabhas Again

He is now an worldwide star and he has been approached with offers from all the corners of the country. Tamannaah's absence was conspicuous as Anushka Shetty and Ramya grabbed the creamiest scenes. Whether that turns out to be true or not is as yet unknown, but there is no doubt that this new picture of Prabhas has taken social media by storm. S...

Read more

  • Trump appoints special counsel to deal with Russian Federation 'heat'
Trump appoints special counsel to deal with Russian Federation 'heat'

The New York Times notes this suggests evidence of a growing rift between Trump and Kasowitz, whom the president has clashed with and criticized more often in recent weeks. The idea was to have someone who could deal directly with Trump on the matter and coordinate with his personal lawyer, which would allow McGahn and the rest of the staff to t...

Read more

  • Malala to Osinbajo - Declare Emergency in Education
Malala to Osinbajo - Declare Emergency in Education

Many of them are in the country´s northeast, where the Boko Haram insurgency has devastated education in the last nine years, damaging or destroying classrooms and schools. The 20-year-old Nobel Peace Prize victor is in Nigeria to canvass for education opportunity for the girl-child as she did in 2014 when she first visited.

Read more

  • Eaton Vance Tax-Advantaged Glob (ETG) Sees 52-Week High
Eaton Vance Tax-Advantaged Glob (ETG) Sees 52-Week High

Currently, the 14-day ADX for Eaton Vance California Municipal Bond Fund (EVM) is sitting at 22.07. Finally, FMR LLC bought a new position in shares of Eaton Vance Corporation during the fourth quarter worth $7,152,000. Of course nobody wants to see a significant drop in the value of stocks that they own. The Massachusetts-based Clough Capital Part...

Read more

  • Baboon Causes Blackout In Zambia's Livinstone
Baboon Causes Blackout In Zambia's Livinstone

The town is located close to the popular visitors' destination Victoria Falls, and lies close to a national park. A cheeky monkey has plunged Zambia's southern city of Livingstone into total darkness after tampering with an electricity transformer, the country's power utility company said Sunday.

Read more

  • Thunder and lightning possible
Thunder and lightning possible

It has since been extended until 10pm on Wednesday. The following day the warning takes in the north-east and north-west of England, Yorkshire and Humberside. As the week progresses, intense downpours associated with the thunderstorms may see 30mm of rain fall in just an hour in some areas, with 50mm expected over two or three hours.

Read more

  • Saudi girl's online post in miniskirt sparks backlash, calls for her arrest
Saudi girl's online post in miniskirt sparks backlash, calls for her arrest

But many other Saudis came to the woman's defence, calling her "brave" and pointing out the hypocrisy of calling for her arrest, while praising western women who dress in the same way. Companies can face fines if they do not segregate offices and enforce a strict dress code for women, including a mandatory hijab (head covering), which often means...

Read more

  • UAE Hacked Qatar Government, Social Media Websites
UAE Hacked Qatar Government, Social Media Websites

The emir, Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad al-Thani, had been quoted in May as praising Hamas and saying that Iran was an "Islamic power", the Post reported . "We are ready for this process to take a long time". "But with this new information - that certainly throws a wrench in these negotiations - it remains to be seen exactly where things will go".

Read more

  • King Salman reportedly pressured Israel to reopen Al Aqsa mosque
King Salman reportedly pressured Israel to reopen Al Aqsa mosque

The occupied lands have witnessed tensions ever since Israeli forces imposed restrictions on the entry of Palestinian worshipers into al-Aqsa Mosque compound two years ago. In an interview with Asharq Al-Awsat, Sheikh Hussein called on all Palestinians to boycott those procedures and preferred that Muslims pray in the streets and corridors of Jer...

Read more