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Blues top Wild 3-1, grab 3-0 series lead

Blues top Wild 3-1, grab 3-0 series lead

Minnesota Wild's Matt Dumba (24) looks to pass the puck against St. Louis Blues' Jaden Schwartz (17) during the first period of Game 2 of an NHL hockey first-round playoff series Friday, April 14, 2017, in St. Minnesota had the eighth-best penalty kill at 82.9%. "We get that big goal and things are going in our direction", Coyle said. During his time with the team, the same group made the former Wild coach blow his top on more than one occasion.



Egypts Parl votes unanimously in favour of state of emergency

A few hours later there was a second bombing in Alexandria , killing innocent men, women and children as they left a Palm Sunday Liturgy that was officiated by His Holiness Pope Tawadros II, Pope of Alexandria and Patriarch of the See of Saint Mark.



Controversy over Wall Street's bull

A camera man films a statue of a girl facing the Wall St. A day before International Women's Day, "Fearless Girl" first appeared on the Wall Street traffic island, meant to symbolize the lack of women on the boards of US corporations.


United Airlines: Other airlines are taking a swipe on social media

United Airlines: Other airlines are taking a swipe on social media

United Continental Holdings, Inc. will reportedly refund each passenger on Sunday's flight. TMZ: "United Airlines Doctor David Dao Convicted of Exchanging Drugs for Sex". Meanwhile, leaders of a key Senate committee have asked United Airlines and Chicago airport authorities to explain what led to Sunday night's incident.



North Korea's attempted missile launch fails

As Tokyo communicated its protest to Pyongyang through a diplomatic channel in Beijing, a Japanese government source said North Korea's "repeated provocative moves are unacceptable". North Korea is accusing the United States of provoking his nation after Trump sent the USS Carl Vinson to the Korean peninsula. He's scheduled to be in Asia for a 10-day trip.



Charles Krauthammer: America's strength is back, for now

Tillerson, on a mission to persuade Russian Federation to abandon Assad, issued an ultimatum to Putin before flying to Moscow: Either side with the USA and likeminded countries, or with Assad, Iran and the militant group Hezbollah. Tillerson noted the low level of trust between the two countries. He said there was a "low level of trust" and "the world's two foremost nuclear powers can not have this kind of relationship".