by | September 04, 2016 | 07:29

The Federal Bureau of Investigation was unable to obtain any of former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's mobile devices while she was the top USA diplomat, but now we sort of have an idea why. During her interview, Clinton was shown some of those emails, but typically did not recall the details. CLINTON was not concerned the displayed email contained classified information.

by | September 04, 2016 | 07:26

Stein's presidential campaign is doing more harm than good for the Green Party, and odd gaffes like flying to the wrong city are another blow to the Green Party's credibility. A national Quinnipiac University poll conducted at the end of August found 4 percent of voters support Stein, while 10 percent supported Johnson.

by | September 03, 2016 | 06:42

In a four-way ballot, Clinton still leads Trump by 7 points (42 percent to 35 percent), while Johnson is favored by 9 percent and Stein by 4 percent of voters. Mr Trump has been criticised for his disparaging comments about deporting Muslims, banning Mexican immigrants and calling women "pigs" and "bimbos".

by | September 03, 2016 | 06:42

The FBI is requesting that "states contact their Board of Elections and determine if any similar activity to their logs, both inbound and outbound, has been detected" and that "attempts should not be made to touch or ping the IP addresses directly".

by | September 03, 2016 | 06:39

Olmstead said the crash occurred about 6 miles northwest of Russian Mission, a remote community in the southwest of the state along the Yukon River. Neither Hageland, nor Renfro's Alaskan Adventures, which runs fishing and hunting charters, immediately responded to a request for information. Rescue workers flew by helicopter to the crash site from Bethel, about 100 kilometres south of Russian Mission.

by | September 02, 2016 | 01:49

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau arrives Tuesday in Beijing for an official visit that will focus on strengthening Canada's business ties with the world's second-largest economy. "That gives a new opening that wasn't there before", he said. It will be all the more hard since they must not shy away from raising the touchy issues of human rights.

by | September 02, 2016 | 01:46

Foreign Office Spokesperson Nafees Zakaria during weekly brief briefing, said that Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has written another letter to the UN Secretary General, apprising him of the deteriorating situation and human rights violations.

by | September 02, 2016 | 01:45

Maui County remains under a Tropical Storm Warning . Forecasters downgraded Hurricane Madeline to a tropical storm as the system veered past Hawa. A hurricane warning was already in effect for a section of Florida's Gulf coast from the Suwanne River to Mexico Beach. The center also issued a hurricane watch for the coast, saying the system, which is now packing 35 miles per hour (55 kph) with higher gusts, is expected to strengthen as it heads east.

by | September 02, 2016 | 01:40

A landmark pact which was 12 years in the waiting, LEMoA - a watered down version of the Logistics and Supplies Agreement (LSA), an agreement that the U.S. The agreement was signed in Pentagon during Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar's visit to the US. But India has had concerns it would be committed by such an arrangement to hosting U.S.

by | September 02, 2016 | 01:42

Although all the members of the House voted in the favour of the resolution, Opposition MLAs cautioned the state government over implication of the new tax regime in Goa. Adhia had earlier said that the government was looking at getting it ratified by at least half the States in a period of 30 days. J. P. Sharma, president of VTA said this is biggest reform in India since independence and longtime demand of trade and industry to enact GST which will transform the country into a "seamless" ...

by | September 01, 2016 | 01:48

The contest was triggered shortly after 172 of the party's MPs expressed no confidence in Jeremy Corbyn's leadership. Policies announced by the challenger candidate during the course of the contest have had a definite socialist flavour, in an attempt to win over those who voted for Mr Corbyn last time .

by | September 01, 2016 | 01:43

Machar's replacement was not consistent with the terms of last year's peace agreement between the South Sudan warring parties. Calm has however returned to the capital Juba with those who had fled slowly returning to their homes. "I am glad to have seen for myself that after the unfortunate incident that took place a few weeks ago, the government is working in harmony", Kenyatta said.

by | September 01, 2016 | 01:42

Yonhap reports Korea's maritime ministry as saying earlier in the day that it will work to help smooth flows in cargo trade for local exporters and importers by putting in substitutes for Hanjin vessels that may be seized by its creditors or reclaimed by charterers.

by | September 01, 2016 | 01:42

Rousseff will face Congress on Monday as her impeachment process enters its final stages. She is accused of illegally covering up budget holes by taking unauthorised state loans, but says the charges are trumped up in what amounts to a coup d'etat.

by | September 01, 2016 | 01:39

He also said India will have to resist pressure exerted by the U.S. and Japan to join them in countering China. Balochistan Republican Party (BRP) founder Brahumagh Bugti on Wednesday fired fresh salvos at Pakistan, saying Balochistan never was a part of that country.

by | August 31, 2016 | 07:12

The YPG, however, has said its fighters have withdrawn from the targeted area. Karkamis, Turkey - Turkey on Saturday sent six more tanks into Syria as pro-Ankara forces pressed on with de-mining work in a town captured from Daesh militants this week, an AFP correspondent said.

by | August 31, 2016 | 07:07

Obviously it's not THAT Vladimir Putin, because the President of Russian Federation has never gone HAM in a West Palm Beach Publix . The store's managers tried to get Putin to leave, but he refused, United States news outlet CBS12 reports.

by | August 31, 2016 | 07:07

Nigeria's special adviser to the president on media and publicity, Femi Adesina said his country will be signing an MoU on health and infrastructure development, followed by a meeting between President Muhammadu Buhari and Prime Minister Abe.

by | August 31, 2016 | 07:06

No one has claimed responsibility for the rocket that was sacked from Gaza into the southern city of Sderot. "We will not keep silent in light of Turkey's baseless denunciation of us", the Israeli foreign ministry said in a statement on Monday.

by | August 31, 2016 | 07:04

Besides traffic, travelers faced a massive backup in security lines because those who fled had to be rescreened through security. Authorities said all terminals, including the Tom Bradley International Terminal, had been cleared by Los Angeles Airport Police by 10:45 p.m.

by | August 31, 2016 | 07:08

State Department officials have said they are not aware of any agency actions influenced by the Clinton Foundation. On Wednesday, The Arkansas Democrat-Gazette editorial board published a piece focused on questions raised by donations to the Clinton Foundation and the recent announcements that the charity will stop accepting foreign contributions, among other things, if Clinton becomes president.

by | August 31, 2016 | 07:07

In one of the clips a man could be heard asking 'why are we running?' and another passenger replied 'security said to run'. "Many passengers and employees evacuated onto the airfield and into the Central Terminal Area roadways", the airport continued, noting that terminals 1, 4, 6, 7 and 8 were eventually impacted by the upheaval.

by | August 31, 2016 | 07:05

In the process, England wrapped up the series, their 3-0 lead with two games remaining now unassailable. Watch as England record the highest ever ODI total against Pakistan at Trent Bridge . South Africa, Johannesburg, 2006 418-5 - South Africa vs. Zimbabwe, Potchefstroom, 2006 418-5 - India vs. But Hales was rarely troubled after Morgan won the toss in this day/night fixture.

by | August 31, 2016 | 07:05

I think he is more concerned with his version of the Labour party being sustained and being victorious than he is with the Labour party being victorious in elections. "But I'm well aware that Labour and the SNP come from different traditions and have different goals". In 2015, the SNP won 56 out of 59 seats in Scotland.

by | August 31, 2016 | 07:00

Packing wind gusts up to 162 kilometres (100 miles) per hour, the storm was moving northwest at 50 kilometres per hour, it said . It would be the fourth typhoon to make landfall in Japan this season. Some 120 domestic flights have also been cancelled, public broadcaster NHK said. The typhoon forced many manufacturers, including Toyota Motor Corp., to suspend operations at factories in the region for the safety of their workers.

by | August 30, 2016 | 15:49

Relatives of the abducted Chibok girls on Thursday told President Muhammadu Buhari to resign if he can not rescue their daughters according to News24. "As was the case on Monday, security operatives also barred the protesters from accessing the villa, stopping them short at the Bullet Junction near the Head of Service building.

by | August 30, 2016 | 15:49

The suspected militants, including a regional JMB commander, were killed during a gunbattle with security officers in the northern town of Sherpur town, a police spokesman said. "No further details can be provided at this time". "Bangladesh can not truly meet the aspirations of its people and share prosperity if its workers are not safe and their rights are not ensured", he said, referring to the 2013 collapse of a building that housed five garment factories and killed more than 1,100 people ...

by | August 30, 2016 | 15:45

Turkey-backed Syrian rebels captured two villages from forces allied to the Kurdish-backed Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) in northern Syria on Sunday, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said. Turkish tanks stationed near the Syrian border, in Karkamis, Turkey. On Sunday, Turkish forces ramped up their offensive, with Turkish warplanes and artillery pounding areas held by pro-Kurdish forces close to a town liberated from IS this week.

by | August 30, 2016 | 15:42

He claimed that recent opinion polls "clearly revealed" that negative sentiments for AAP have increased and the popularity of Kejriwal has reduced by 35 per cent, whereas, "acceptance and popularity of Modi has increased by 85-90 per cent".

by | August 30, 2016 | 15:45

Jackson Cullinane, of Unite, hit out at the "Blairite" politicians he said were queueing up to accuse Mr Corbyn of lying. But Mr Smith went on: "The reason I think Jeremy can be so complacent and passive about this is that he's happy with the result".