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Paddles, New Zealand PM Jacinda Ardern's 'First Cat', killed in vehicle accident

Paddles, New Zealand PM Jacinda Ardern's 'First Cat', killed in vehicle accident

Paddles was much loved, and not just by us. Posting on Instagram on Wednesday after it was revealed that her rescue cat was hit by a auto and killed on Tuesday, she thanked people for their thoughts. Have thumbs, will tweet'. "She was a member of your family who also became a member of our families. they leave big paw prints all over our heart", she added.


Texas church gunman once escaped from mental health facility

Texas church gunman once escaped from mental health facility

Such rifles have been legal for civilians to own in most of the United States since the federal assault weapons ban expired in 2004, and have become popular among many firearms owners. But it appeared that they stopped investigating after they believed Kelley left Texas and moved to Colorado. The Pentagon has also requested that its own inspector general review the handling of Kelley's records, along with the Air Force, as well as its reporting practices more broadly.


Apple's tax haven secrets feature prominently in the Paradise Papers

Apple's tax haven secrets feature prominently in the Paradise Papers

The MAG was constituted in April past year to investigate the legality of money stashed in offshore entities by Indians named in the Panama Papers . Democrat Sen. President Donald Trump's billionaire commerce secretary, the secret dealings of the chief fundraiser for Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and the offshore interests of the Queen of England and more than 120 politicians around the world".


LiAngelo Ball and two other UCLA players arrested for shoplifting in China

LiAngelo Ball and two other UCLA players arrested for shoplifting in China

UCLA officials said Tuesday the university is cooperating with law enforcement officials in China, where members of the men's basketball team were involved in an unspecified police investigation, possibly for shoplifting. 'The kids were scared'. Georgia Tech players were finally allowed to leave the room hours later, while the three UCLA players were seen getting into a police vehicle around 1 p.m.


Pentagon: Invasion only way to destroy North Korea's nuclear arsenal

Pentagon: Invasion only way to destroy North Korea's nuclear arsenal

Michael J. Dumont replied on the Pentagon's behalf, saying it's hard to give an estimate but that the only way to make sure North Korea's nuclear weapons program is destroyed would be a ground invasion . A group of military veteran lawmakers is urging President Trump to back off from provocative statements and moves against North Korea following a Pentagon report on what a war with the isolated nation would entail.