by | January 24, 2018 | 08:49

The statement urged that the North's delegation for the Games, which are scheduled to begin on February 9, be welcomed warmly into the country. But that sentiment is far from unanimous in the South, where others see it as a bid by Kim to weaken global unity on sanctions against the North, and to turn the games into what conservative critics are disdainfully calling the "Pyongyang Olympics".

by | January 24, 2018 | 08:51

The CIA chief added that President Donald Trump has directed the government to prevent such an outcome. "We are equally, at the same time, ensuring that if we conclude that is not possible, that we present the president with a range of options that can achieve his stated intention", he said.

by | January 24, 2018 | 08:39

Under HealingNYC , a $38 million initiative to address the opioid epidemic, the Health Department has already distributed over 60,000 naloxone kits to opioid overdose prevention programs; expanded access to medications for addiction treatment; launched Relay, a new peer-based program in hospital emergency departments for people who experienced an overdose; trained more than 630 clinicians to prescribe buprenorphine; offered 1:1 education on judicious opioid prescribing to 1,000 doctors; and ...

by | January 23, 2018 | 21:13

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan announced his government has no interest in anyone's land, and that Ankara only wanted Syria's territorial integrity . "There is also Manbij and east of the Euphrates River", Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu said in Vancouver, Canada last week. A North Atlantic Treaty Organisation statement released Monday acknowledged Turkey's right to self-defense but urged Ankara to act in a "proportionate and measured way", the AP reported .

by | January 23, 2018 | 21:06

Egyptian former armed forces commander Sami Anan's announcement that he will run for presidency returned the Muslim Brotherhood back to political debates in the country, almost five years after former President Mohammed Morsi was ousted from power.

by | January 23, 2018 | 20:26

Several amicus curiae briefs argued the federal appeals court ruling in the case gave too much deference to the Fish and Wildlife Service's interpretation of the Endangered Species Act, according to the National Law Journal story. The Fish and Wildlife Service did not immediately respond to a request for comment. "We're disappointed the Supreme Court took up the case but confident the justices will ultimately uphold this imperiled frog's habitat protections", said Collette Adkins, ...

by | January 23, 2018 | 20:20

Rene A. Boucher, 58, of Bowling Green is charged with one count of " assaulting a member of Congress resulting in personal injury", which is a federal felony, according to the U.S. He has signed a plea agreement, which states that Boucher will make restitution of some sort to Paul . "Boucher admitted the assault but denied it was politically motivated".

by | January 23, 2018 | 20:16

The U.S.'s top diplomat added that while Assad is suspected of carrying out the attack, countries like Russian Federation and its leader President Vladimir Putin were also culpable, the latest sign the Trump administration is growing more willing to put pressure on Russian Federation.

by | January 23, 2018 | 20:11

I just really tried to enjoy the moment". He won all three tiebreakers in a charged night match atmosphere on the Rod Laver Arena before a capacity home crowd willing their player on. But the Spaniard, who was beaten in last year's final by Roger Federer , called the physio at 1-4 in the fourth set and again at the changeover when two sets apiece and the writing was on the wall.

by | January 23, 2018 | 19:59

No African-American has ever won the Best Director Oscar . This year's Best Director list is a step in the right direction, at least , bolstered by the fact it's recognising two first-time filmmakers - ones whose debut features showcase such assurance that they're undoubtedly going on to direct many more deserving films - is a revelation at once exciting and just (the last time it happened was for Benh Zeitlin whose debut Beasts of the Southern Wild scored a nomination in 2012).

by | January 23, 2018 | 19:04

The assault occurred after Boucher's attorney says Paul placed brush on a pile near Boucher's property line. Boucher is "very meticulous" about yard maintenance, while Paul "takes a different approach", Baker told the Herald-Leader last week.

by | January 23, 2018 | 19:03

Now they will add rousing instrumentation to seminal Smiths tracks like "This Charming Man", "The Boy With The Thorn In His Side" and " There Is A Light That Never Goes Out ". Joyce nevertheless went ahead with press conferences announcing the show, but was advised not to discuss Rourke's involvement. But now it appears the bassist, who was also a member of tragic Dolores O'Riordan's band D.A.R.K., will not be part of the Classically Smiths project this summer, and his representative ...

by | January 23, 2018 | 18:23

Officials urged residents in the area to delay outdoor activities that might spark a fire. There's a slight chance of rain Monday night , with lows dipping into the mid-30s. and 1 a.m. Chance of precipitation is 80 percent. Look for a high near 50° under sunny skies. Thursday night, the low will be around 41, according to the weather service.

by | January 23, 2018 | 18:20

Justice Department spokesman Ian Prior confirmed Sessions' interview to NPR on Tuesday. Sessions is the first member of President Trump's cabinet known to have been questioned by the special counsel's office in its investigation into possible coordination between the Trump campaign and Moscow.

by | January 23, 2018 | 18:17

There were cracks, though, among more moderate senators, particularly those who have to run for re-election this year. As the meeting broke up, McConnell told the Senate he hoped bipartisan agreement could be reached on issues such as military spending, immigration and border security before February 8.

by | January 23, 2018 | 18:10

Police said the attacker parked a motorcycle rigged with explosives near the market and bought goods there to blend in with the crowd. No one has claimed responsibility for the attack so far. The southern provinces have seen hundreds of attacks since 2004, many of them deadly, but there had been fewer violent incidents of late. The explosion happened in Yala province, one of the nation's three southernmost provinces where Muslim militants have waged a years-long insurgency.

by | January 23, 2018 | 18:02

Multiple women had been identified over the years as possible models for Rosie, however James J. Kimble honed in on Fraley after he ruled out the best known symbol for the iconic poster, Geraldine Hoff Doyle. In the early 1980s, a copy of an in-house poster from Westinghouse Electric Corporation from World War II went on display. It wasn't until 2009 when Fraley saw it publicized at a convention that she realized she was Rosie the Riveter.

by | January 23, 2018 | 17:59

Revenue per seat growth came in at 6.6% once foreign exchange fluctuations had been taken into account - slightly better than perhaps some analysts were expecting. In the a year ago the easyJet share price has risen 50%. The airline looks to have benefited from a re-shaping of the industry a year ago, helping to support fares and keep flights full.

by | January 23, 2018 | 17:53

National Right to Life Committee (NRLC) President Carol Tobias tells OneNewsNow they estimate about 60 million children have died by abortion since it was legalized in 1973. Rep. Ron Paul, R-Texas, routinely introduced the "Sanctity of Life Act" while he was in Congress; and every year Congress failed to act on the bill .

by | January 23, 2018 | 17:17

The suspect has been taken into custody. Authorities have not said if students are involved. Shook says police came to talk to the class. "This could have been avoidable", she said. Edge said the suspect fled when confronted by a school district official but was later arrested by law enforcement on school grounds. Her condition is not known.

by | January 23, 2018 | 17:08

President Donald Trump later in the evening signed the measure, largely a product of negotiations among Senate leaders. Republicans needed 60 votes to unlock the funds, but with only 51 of the 100 Senate seats they were reliant on Democrats to get the vote through.

by | January 23, 2018 | 17:01

Jackson came under fire for saying that Trump is in " excellent " health while some of the numbers provided by the White House in the summary of Trump's physical told a different story. "I went from VERY successful businessman, to top TV star, to President of the United States (on my first try)". "My, God! If you think Trump is racist now at 71, imagine how racist he'll be at 200", Noah exclaimed.

by | January 23, 2018 | 16:59

Twitter COO Anthony Noto has resigned from the company . The social lender has more than 430,000 members and funded $25bn (£18bn) in loans in 2017. Noto has not yet accepted the offer, though he is likely to make a decision in the coming days , the Wall Street Journal reported . He jointed Twitter in 2014 under then-CEO Dick Costolo, and has been cited as one of Twitter's most important executives by many company observers.

by | January 23, 2018 | 17:01

He's since countered Trump's denial of Russia's electoral interference and criticized the president publicly . US Attorney General John Ashcroft (C) along with Christopher Wray (L), the US Attorney General for the Criminal Division and Patrick Fitzgerald (R), US Attorney for the Northern District of IL (R) announce the indictment of three men at the Justice Department 20 August, 2004 in Washington, DC.

by | January 23, 2018 | 17:00

Silence is to accept dishonor. But after the U.S. declared a war against one faction of Sunni militants, the Islamic State, in August 2014 and the consequent divergence between Washington's policy of supporting the Kurds in Syria and the Islamist government of Turkey's continued support to Sunni jihadists, it led to discord and adoption of contradictory policies.