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Mike Pence arrives in Seoul with family in tow on Easter.
Mike Pence arrives in Seoul with family in tow on Easter. Vice President Mike Pence arrived in South Korea along with his family on Easter shortly after a failed North Korean missile launch that may have been 'thwarted by cyber attacks from the US.'.
Liverpool FC close to signing Czech keeper Vitezslav Jaros. The Slavia Prague U19s goalkeeper had trials at Liverpool back in September. The keeper then returned for another trial recently to convince the Reds' coaches he is worth a deal. Civil Rights Lawyers Plan to Challenge New Yorks Body-Camera Program. Police unions also have objections to the guidelines for the pilot program, which was to begin this month but continues to face roadblocks. Don't go to sleep holding your baby. Trying to stop her crying, she held the 25-day-old infant in her arms while sat up in bed to feed her, an inquest heard. But she drifted off for three hours at her home in Daventry. Bristol plan swift return to the Aviva Premiership. Bristol began plotting a multi-million pound strategy to bounce straight back to the Aviva Premiership after Sunday's defeat confirmed their relegation. Your Money 6 Tips for Avoiding the Worst Student Loan Repayment Traps. 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Khalid Masood's chilling farewell call to his family. A week before the attack Khalid Masood told a family member 'You will soon hear of my death, but don't worry... I will be in paradise.' The chilling farewell is evidence he saw himself as a jihadi. Julian Assange fires back at CIA director. Julian Assange released a statement on Friday that fired back at CIA Director Mike Pompeo after the intelligence boss declared Wikileaks was a hostile intelligence service on Thursday. The One That Got Away Theft of Fishing Guides Ashes Becomes a Whodunit. It was the last time anyone saw whats left of Capt. Bill Curtis, who changed saltwater fly-fishing and inspired characters in books. Former NFL player Heap kills daughter in accident in Arizona media. A former NFL star is mourning the death of his 3-year-old daughter after she was hit and killed by her father's truck on Friday, according to media reports. Nathan Frandino reports. New Yorks Free-Tuition Program Will Help Traditional, but Not Typical, Students. A new program will mostly aid students who go to college straight from high school and graduate on time. But low-income students rarely fit that mold. Hacking Group Claims N.S.A. Infiltrated Mideast Banking System. The group, which calls itself the Shadow Brokers, said the agency had broken into the international bank messaging system called Swift. Javier Duarte, Mexican Ex-Governor Accused of Diverting Money, Is Captured. The former governor of Veracruz state, accused of diverting millions of dollars meant for social programs, was found in Guatemala after disappearing in October. Breast cancer drug approved for use in NHS in Scotland. Kadcyla, widely considered the biggest breakthrough treatment in the past decade, was approved yesterday for routine use in Scotland but may be withdrawn in England. Attorney General in court to block Tony Blair prosecution. The Attorney General -Tory MP Jeremy Wright, the governments top law officer - has launched a legal bid to throw out an attempt to haul Tony Blair to court over the war in Iraq. Anthony Joshua says fans want to see him go the distance. Ahead of his much-anticipated fight against Wladimir Klitschko at Wembley on April 29, 27-year-old Anthony Joshua has insisted that boxing fans want to see him go the distance. How David Cameron's chumocracy are cashing in post-Brexit. Cameron closest former advisers and friends most of whom he rewarded with gongs and titles are lining their pockets in a way that tarnishes public trust in the political system. Nonfiction A New Biography of Martin Luther Reveals the Life Beyond the Theses. In Martin Luther, Lyndal Roper explores the theologians life and improbable career. Sydney set to remain dry until the end of April. Anzac Day will remain clear all day with just a little light rain expected around the NSW coast in the morning. 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Exclusive With Nigeria's northeast facing famine, WFP funds could dry up in weeks sources. ABUJA - The United Nations' World Food Programme could in a few weeks run out of funding to feed millions living on the brink of famine in Nigeria, four people familiar with the matter said, intensifying one of the world's largest humanitarian crises. Galaxy Note 2 Phone, tablet or both? It's hard to classify what Samsung's Galaxy Note 2 is because it generally requires two hands to use and has a 5.5-inch display. But it generic cyclosporin buy Canada fits in a front pants pocket and makes voice calls. Here's our first look! Kate Upton shops in eye-catching leopard print leggings. Kate Upton indulged in some much-needed shopping and beauty therapy on Friday, after taking to Instagram just hours earlier to claim 'this week just kicked my ass', with a frazzled selfie. Carrie Bickmore reflects on Princess Diana's tragic death. The death of Princess Diana shocked the world almost two decades ago. But The Project's Carrie Bickmore admits she didn't really connect with the tragic incident until she had her own young children. Cubs Fans Waited 108 Years. Cooperstown Is Still Waiting. The Hall of Fame usually collects game-used equipment immediately after the final game of the World Series and is still seeking items to display from the Cubs. Joel Reddy concedes embarrassing A-League goal. Perth Glory goal keeper Liam Reddy has left players, fans and commentators scratching their heads after a bizarre piece of play in which he conceded a goal. Soccer-Bastia game abandoned after fans attack Lyon players. PARIS, April 16 - Olympique Lyonnais' game at SC Bastia was abandoned on Sunday after their goalkeeper Anthony Lopes was attacked by a group of... Loans Designed to Fail States Say Navient Preyed on Students. Lawsuits filed by Illinois and Washington against the Sallie Mae spinoff firm say high-risk loans were part of a growth strategy that has left former students buried in debt. Children as young as 12 have been TASERED by UK police. Forces across England and Wales revealed in Freedom of Information requests that a fifth of children who were tasered were aged under 15 and six were girls. Trump, Easing Emissions Rule, Vows to Expand Auto Jobs. Donald Trump, speaking to auto executives and workers in a former assembly plant near Detroit, halted a move by Barack Obama to tighten fuel-economy standards. Snooker commentatorWillie Thorne swears on live TV. Warning - EXPLICIT language Willie Thorne has been warned he must not repeat his mistake after swearing live on air when commentating on the first day of the Betfred World Championship. Bedding Fighting Bedbugs and Dust Mites With a Washable Mattress. A new mattress company, Newton Rest, has replaced springs and foam with washable casings made of a spongy polymer. Katy Perry parties with Jeremy Scott during Coachella. Moschino creative director Jeremy Scott rang in Coachella 2017 with a Palm Springs desert party celebrating the brand's new capsule collection with Candy Crush, with guests like Katy Perry. Nicole Scherzinger cuts chic figure partying at Coachella. The former Pussycat Doll, 38, appeared to shrug off her ex-boyfriend Lewis Hamilton reminiscing over their romance as she partied at Coachella in Indio, California on Saturday night. Crystal Palace's Sam Allardyce reflects on 'bonkers' year. Sam Allardyce believes the management 'madhouse' is best captured by the way he and Craig Shakespeare began the season with England but have since battled relegation.
Apple gets permit in California to test self-driving cars. Apple Inc has secured a permit to test autonomous vehicles in California. The tech giant joins a growing list of carmakers and firms that are already testing cars on The Golden State's roads.