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1 dead, 22 injured as vehicle mows through Times Square

1 dead, 22 injured as vehicle mows through Times Square

NY police said Rojas was arrested for driving under the influence in 2008 and 2015, and detained earlier this month for menacing. The body of a young woman identified as Alyssa Elsman, 18, a visitor from Portage, Michigan, lay covered with a bloodstained sheet at 43rd Street.


Trump Is in 'Meltdown' Says 'Art Of The Deal' Co-Writer

Trump Is in 'Meltdown' Says 'Art Of The Deal' Co-Writer

The book was attributed to Trump and writer Tony Schwartz, but Schwartz contends that Trump didn't write a word of it. He lacks empathy, the ability to really connect with other people, self-awareness and above all, a conscience ... A former USA military officials and "hacktivist" known as The Jester, whose inside sources had correctly predicted a number of other developments in the Russian Federation investigation, cited sources claiming that Trump was considering all options, including ...



In goalie showdown, Nashville Predators pounce in OT, win conference finals opener

James Neal scored the overtime game-winner as the Nashville Predators beat the Anaheim Ducks , 3-2, in Game 1 of the Western Conference Final on Friday night. "No guy will use the short turnaround from Game 7 as an excuse", Thompson said. They were the 16th team qualifying for the 16-team playoffs. Nashville got off to a strong start and followed it up with a gritty overtime effort after Hampus Lindholm's first playoff goal in two years tied it for the Ducks in the third period.


Khamenei urges high turnout in Friday's poll

Khamenei urges high turnout in Friday's poll

That hasn't stopped those at Rouhani rallies from shouting for the house-arrested leaders of the 2009's Green Movement. The regime has urged voters to flock to the polls - a high turnout will favour Mr Rouhani, while renewing the legitimacy of the cleric-dominated regime.



Trump responds to special counsel, calls Russian Federation probe 'single greatest witch hunt'

The Justice Department appointed Robert Mueller, who preceded James Comey as head of the FBI, to serve as a special counsel overseeing the investigation on Wednesday. Rosenstein's memo, which said Comey improperly spoke publicly about an investigation into Hillary Clinton's emails, was initially cited as the reason President Donald Trump fired Comey last week.