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Saudi King Salman inaugurates 'Jerusalem Summit' in Dhahran

Saudi King Salman inaugurates 'Jerusalem Summit' in Dhahran

The Arab League's Secretary-General Ahmed Aboul Gheit said that major threats facing Arabs are all equally important and risky. King Abdullah said, "It is our duty and our shared responsibility as an Arab group, and it is the duty of the global community to provide the necessary support for Palestinian refugees, and to work towards enabling the United Nations Relief and Works Agency (UNRWA) to continue to provide its humanitarian and social services until a fair and just solution is reached ...


Canada's Brooke Henderson soars to four-shot victory at LPGA Lotte Championship

Canada's Brooke Henderson soars to four-shot victory at LPGA Lotte Championship

Henderon shot a three-under 69 Saturday to extend her lead to four strokes. She has never finished worse than 11th at Ko Olina. World number one Feng Shanshan, of China, and American Mo Martin are tied for second after shooting 69 and 67 respectively.Pernilla Lindberg, Park Inbee and Lindy Duncan are tied for fourth at six under.


WashPost: Raided Cohen's Taxi Loan Under Scrutiny

WashPost: Raided Cohen's Taxi Loan Under Scrutiny

The White House remained defiant that the president has the power to directly fire Mueller - despite Justice Department regulations saying otherwise. Federal Bureau of Investigation and Justice Department officials in Washington and NY have refused to discuss the case publicly, or say what crimes they are investigating.



Hamilton takes a record but still in no-man's land

Lewis Hamilton admits Mercedes is in for a challenging Chinese Grand Prix after a troublesome qualifying session in Shanghai and doubts the Silver Arrows can challenge Ferrari on Sunday. With Red Bull's Daniel Ricciardo winning the race, champions Mercedes have now been beaten three races in a row for the first time in the V6 turbo hybrid era that started in 2014.


Mother Who Drove Family of 8 Off Cliff Was Drunk

Mother Who Drove Family of 8 Off Cliff Was Drunk

The Harts moved last spring to Woodland, Washington, telling their real-estate broker "they needed a fresh start" after experiencing prejudice in Minnesota and too much media attention in OR after one child was pictured in a viral photo taken at a 2014 police-brutality protest.