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''Bookkeeper of Auschwitz'' Oskar Groening dies before starting sentence

''Bookkeeper of Auschwitz'' Oskar Groening dies before starting sentence

Groening insisted in a 2005 interview with Der Spiegel that he had been no more than a "cog in the gears". The entrance to the infamous Auschwitz prison camp. A federal appeals court had rejected his appeal a year ago. Most recently, his lawyers made one final bid for clemency, a decision on which still was pending.


Conor Lamb leads in Pennsylvania district

Conor Lamb leads in Pennsylvania district

Lamb has run as an independent-minded figure. In contrast, as of February 21, Saccone has raised only $917,000 - only $116,000 of which came in the form of unitemized contributions from small donors. "No matter what happens in Pennsylvania, there should be no reason this race is as close as it is". A Monmouth University poll on Monday showed Lamb ahead.


Headphones hurled in Telangana House, hurt chairman's eye

Headphones hurled in Telangana House, hurt chairman's eye

Congress MLAs started protesting against the state government's indifferent attitude towards the growing agrarian crisis. On the first day of its budget session, the state Assembly saw a ruckus when the Congress members staged a protest during the Governor E.S.L.


Passenger gear eyed as possible cause of fatal NYC helicopter crash

Passenger gear eyed as possible cause of fatal NYC helicopter crash

Vance, 33, told investigators he believed a passenger's bag hit the fuel cut-off switch with a piece of equipment, which may have caused the engine to sputter and the chopper to plunge into the river. She expects that the NTSB would be on site for five to seven days, investigating air traffic control, operations, airworthiness, survival factors, power plants and weather with Todd Gunther, a senior aviation investigator with 30 years of experience, at the helm.


Trump Pardons Former Navy Sailor Imprisoned For Taking Photos On Nuclear Submarine

Trump Pardons Former Navy Sailor Imprisoned For Taking Photos On Nuclear Submarine

Mr. White House spokeswoman Sarah Huckabee Sanders said Kristian Saucier was pardoned by Trump and the president was "appreciative" of his service to the nation. Saucier pleaded guilty in 2016 to unauthorized detention of defense information for taking photos inside the USS Alexandria while it was stationed in Groton, Connecticut, in 2009.


Hillary Clinton's Dream: Republicans Might Primary President Trump in 2020

Hillary Clinton's Dream: Republicans Might Primary President Trump in 2020

Towards the end of the event, Clinton was asked whether she will run for president again. Clinton was also asked about Trump's relationship with Vladimir Putin, and she said that "Trump does have quite an affinity for dictators". "There will damage, but it will be repairable damage, and we will be doing that work starting next year with these elections", she said. "What happened in my election, I was on the way to winning white women until former Director of the FBI Jim Comey dropped ...