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Liz Cheney: Strzok-Page texts sound ‘like a coup,’ could be ‘treason’

By Fox News | May 26, 2019
[Original Post] Rep. Liz Cheney, R-Wyo, said in an interview that aired Sunday that text messages between former FBI investigators Peter Strzok and Lisa Page “sound an awful lot like a coup” and could even be treason. “I think what is really crucially important to remember here is that you had Strzok and Page who […]

Germany's SPD slides in Bremen; jolt for Merkel coalition

By Reuters News Agency | May 26, 2019
[Original Post] BERLIN (Reuters) – Germany’s Social Democrats bled support in Bremen on Sunday, failing to win most votes in the state for the first time since 1946 in a blow that could hasten the end of its national coalition with Chancellor Angela Merkel’s conservatives. Carsten Meyer-Heder, Germany’s Christian Democratic Union party (CDU) top candidate […]

Hawaii woman found alive after missing for 2 weeks says time in forest was 'toughest,' but 'I chose life'

By Fox News | May 26, 2019
[Original Post] The woman who survived for over two weeks in a Hawaii forest before being rescued spoke out from her hospital bed on Saturday on her harrowing ordeal with a message for all who helped search for her: thank you for not stopping. Amanda Eller, 35, was found injured in the Makawao Forest Reserve […]

German Greens leap in EU vote as left slumps

By Reuters News Agency | May 26, 2019
[Original Post] BRUSSELS (Reuters) – Germany’s Green party doubled its share of the vote in Sunday’s European Parliament election, leaping into second place behind Chancellor Angela Merkel’s conservatives and above the center-left Social Democrats. An exit poll in the European Union’s biggest member state showed the Greens on 22%, Merkel’s Christian Democrats (CDU) and their […]

State prosecutors struggle with human trafficking cases

By Fox News | May 26, 2019
[Original Post] BOSTON – Laws cracking down on human trafficking are on the books in all 50 states, but convictions are notoriously elusive, and state prosecutors haven’t come close to matching the success their federal counterparts have had in winning cases. States need to add resources into support trafficking victims, educate the public and train […]

Germany's Social Democrats head for a pasting in Bremen vote

By Fox News | May 26, 2019
[Original Post] BERLIN – The Social Democrats, Germany’s main center-left party, appears headed for its worst-ever result in a state election in Bremen, which it has run for 73 years, as well as a dire showing in the European Parliament election. Exit polls for ARD and ZDF television put support for the Social Democrats at […]

Passengers injured after being thrown from water ride at California amusement park

By Fox News | May 26, 2019
[Original Post] Passengers were reportedly thrown from a ride when it malfunctioned. The incident occurred at Castle Park in Riverside, CA, Saturday afternoon. There was apparently a malfunction on the Log Ride, which left three people injured. There are conflicting reports as to whether all three passengers were thrown from the ride or if it was […]

Teva Pharm to pay Oklahoma $85 million to settle opioid claims

By Reuters News Agency | May 26, 2019
[Original Post] BOSTON/JERUSALEM (Reuters) – Teva Pharmaceutical Industries said on Sunday it had agreed an $85 million settlement with the state of Oklahoma days before the company was set to face trial over allegations that it and other drugmakers helped to fuel the U.S. opioid epidemic. A man walks past the logo of Teva Pharmaceutical […]

Mel B slams fellow Spice Girls Geri Horner and Victoria Beckham, talks Eddie Murphy split and Zac Efron hookup

By Fox News | May 26, 2019
[Original Post] Mel B tells all in a new interview with Piers Morgan, from her split from Eddie Murphy and her divorce from Stephen Belafonte to her true feelings about Geri “Ginger Spice” Horner and Victoria “Posh Spice” Beckham — though she was somewhat coy about rumors of a fling with actor Zac Efron. In […]

Nepal says overcrowding not 'sole reason' for Everest death toll rise

By British Broadcasting Corporation | May 26, 2019
[Original Post] Nepal’s tourism authority has denied accusations that the rise in Mount Everest deaths is solely due to overcrowding. The department’s director general Dandu Raj Ghimire said other factors including adverse weather conditions had also contributed. Ten climbers have been reported dead or missing this season. Photos of long queues near the summit have […]

Four killed, seven injured in three explosions in Nepali capital: police

By Reuters News Agency | May 26, 2019
[Original Post] KATHMANDU (Reuters) – Four people were killed and seven others injured on Sunday in three separate explosions in the Nepali capital, Kathmandu, and police said they suspected a Maoist splinter group may have been responsible. Police numbering is seen on an explosion site in Kathmandu, Nepal May 26, 2019. REUTERS/Navesh Chitrakar “Three people […]

Kurz's party far ahead in Austrian EU vote, projection shows

By Reuters News Agency | May 26, 2019
[Original Post] VIENNA (Reuters) – Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurz’s party came a clear first in European elections, the country’s main projection showed on Sunday, strengthening his hand on the eve of a no-confidence motion against him in parliament. Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurz talks to the media after casting his vote during European Parliament Elections in […]

Greek opposition Conservatives in lead in exit poll for EU vote

By Reuters News Agency | May 26, 2019
[Original Post] A woman exits the polling booth before casting her vote for the European and local elections at a polling station in Athens, Greece, May 26, 2019. REUTERS/Constantina Peppa ATHENS (Reuters) – The Greek opposition New Democracy conservative party held a lead over ruling leftist Syriza in European Parliament elections on Sunday, a joint […]

Oklahoma reaches $85 million settlement with Teva Pharmaceuticals ahead of trial

By Reuters News Agency | May 26, 2019
[Original Post] A man walks past the logo of Teva Pharmaceutical Industries at their plant in Jerusalem December 14, 2017. REUTERS/Ammar Awad (Reuters) – Oklahoma has reached a $85 million settlement agreement with Israeli-based Teva Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd ahead of the start of a trial in a multibillion-dollar lawsuit over the opioid epidemic, the state’s […]

'Gaming disorder' is now officially recognized by the WHO

By Mashable Inc. | May 26, 2019
[Original Post] Gaming disorder is about more than just playing video games a lot. Image: vicky leta / mashable By Kellen Beck2019-05-26 16:05:13 UTC Gaming disorder, which basically boils down to video game addiction, was officially recognized by the World Health Organization Saturday. After a year and a half of deliberation on the new revision […]

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