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  • Alabama's GOP Senator Says Republicans 'Can Do Better' Than Roy Moore news

    Much of the Republican Party establishment is walking back its once-strong opposition to Roy Moore, the Alabama GOP Senate candidate who faces multiple accusations of preying upon teenage girls decades ago.

    Sun, 10 Dec 2017 11:25:36 -0500
  • Clinton rape accuser Juanita Broaddrick explains why she supported Trump news

    A woman who accuses former President Bill Clinton of raping her during his 1978 campaign for Arkansas governor spoke out on Monday about her support for President Donald Trump.

    Mon, 11 Dec 2017 15:02:00 -0500
  • New York Bomber Sought An ISIS-Inspired Attack With Failed Device, Investigators Say news

    New York City police said they were investigating a possible explosion in New York City’s transit system near Eight Avenue and 42nd Street in the Times Square area of Manhattan on Monday.

    Mon, 11 Dec 2017 07:48:34 -0500
  • Famous China rooftopper 'confirmed dead' after fall from skyscraper news

    A famous Chinese ‘rooftopper’ fell to his death from a skyscraper in a daring £11,000 challenge as he sought to use his fame to help lift his family out of poverty, media reported. Wu Yongning, aged 26, fell from the summit of the 62-storey Huayuan Hua Centre in the central city of Changsha, apparently as he attempted to scoop 100,000 yuan (£11,200) for a clip promoting an unnamed sponsor, reports say. The former movie stuntman had one million followers on the Chinese Internet and was well known for fearlessly scaling towering skyscrapers without any safety equipment. More than 300 videos of him tip-toeing on scaffolding or doing pull-ups as he hung from the side of huge buildings were widely shared by his fans. However, his account on Sina Weibo, China’s version of Twitter, went silent around a month ago after he purportedly attempted the Changsha skyscraper. The former movie stuntman had one million followers on the Chinese Internet and was well known for fearlessly scaling towering skyscrapers without any safety equipment And last Friday his girlfriend wrote online: "Today is December 8th. It makes me think of November 8th, the day you left us and left this world.” The Changsha Evening News said Mr Wu was seeking to make money for his poverty-striken family and pay medical costs for his mother, who suffers from a mental condition. Local officials said authorities would support his family following the accident.  Police confirmed that Mr Wu died when he fell from the Huayuan Hua Centre on November 8, reports said. His family were quoted in a news portal run by Beijing News that he was due to receive a huge cash payout for a two minute clip on a Changsha skyscraper on the same date. Additional reporting by Christine Wei

    Mon, 11 Dec 2017 07:27:37 -0500
  • Bernie Sanders: Tax Bill 'Designed to Help the Wealthiest' news

    In an exclusive interview with Meet the Press, Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) tells Chuck Todd that he believes the Republican tax plan would harm the people that President Trump pledged to help.

    Sun, 10 Dec 2017 03:50:52 -0500
  • U.S. high court turns away dispute over gay worker protections news

    The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday refused to hear an appeal by a Georgia security guard who said she was harassed and forced from her job because she is a lesbian, avoiding an opportunity to decide whether a federal law that bans gender-based bias also outlaws discrimination based on sexual orientation.

    Mon, 11 Dec 2017 18:02:36 -0500
  • California's Thomas Fire Now Ranks Among Largest In State History news

    The Thomas Fire, one of five destructive blazes currently burning in California, now ranks as the tenth largest wildfire on record in the state.

    Sun, 10 Dec 2017 15:33:32 -0500
  • Kelsey Grammer says he forgives sister’s rapist and killer but he does not deserve freedom news

    Kelsey Grammer has spoken about his grief following his sister’s murder in 1975. Speaking on BBC Radio 4’s Desert Island Discs, the Frasier actor said he has forgiven the man who sexually assaulted and killed his sister. Karen Grammer was abducted, raped and murdered at the age of 18 by Freddie Glenn and accomplice Michael Corbett on 1 July 1975.

    Sun, 10 Dec 2017 10:00:00 -0500
  • Tennessee boy's heart-wrenching video about bullying rallies massive support news

    A Tennesse boy's emotional video about the relentless bullying he experiences in school is stirring support across the country.

    Mon, 11 Dec 2017 09:40:52 -0500
  • McLaren's new hypercar unveiled as the Senna news

    The unveiling of a new McLaren is always an exciting event, but it's even more evocative when it also brings back a legendary name from motor racing history at the same time. As it weighs in at just 1,198 kg (2,641 pounds), this is the lightest road-legal car McLaren has produced since the incredible McLaren P1. The engine and the light weight are just the start of the explanation of why this car will get you to 60 mph from a standing start in less than three seconds, and onwards to a top speed well in excess of 200 mph. The McLaren Senna is built on a carbon-fiber chassis that's as strong as it is lightweight, and everything is then wrapped up in a body shell also made from carbon-fiber that makes the car look every bit as fast as it really is.

    Mon, 11 Dec 2017 05:15:08 -0500
  • Trump slammed for throwing insults at the media in the wake of attempted terror attack in NYC news

    President Donald Trump is receiving backlash for attacking the "failing" New York Times shortly after being briefed on an attempted terror attack in New York City Monday. ".@POTUS has been briefed on the explosion in New York City," White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders announced on Twitter at 8:13 a.m.

    Mon, 11 Dec 2017 12:47:53 -0500
  • Serial Killer Taunts Police In New Letter, Claims There Are More Victims news

    A convicted serial killer sent a letter to a South Carolina newspaper claiming police hadn’t found all of his victims ― and he’s not planning to help them.

    Mon, 11 Dec 2017 04:04:07 -0500
  • Tim Scott: Republicans Exploring How to Handle 'High-Tax States' news

    In an exclusive interview with Meet the Press, Sen. Tim Scott (R-S.C.) tells Chuck Todd that Republicans are trying to "sweeten the SALT" changes in the tax bill.

    Sun, 10 Dec 2017 02:05:24 -0500
  • Israel, Turkey leaders trade insults over US Jerusalem decision news

    Relations between Israel and Turkey took a bitter turn Sunday as their leaders traded accusations of involvement in terrorism, days after the US recognition of Jerusalem as Israel's capital. Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said he would fight against the controversial declaration, describing Israel as a "terrorist state" that kills children, in a speech in Istanbul. Hours later Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu hit back, calling his counterpart a leader who bombs Kurdish villagers and supports terrorists, during an official visit to Paris.

    Sun, 10 Dec 2017 16:19:21 -0500
  • Inside The Voucher Schools That Teach L. Ron Hubbard, But Say They’re Not Scientologist news

    CLEARWATER, Fla. ― It was a weekday afternoon here in early December, and a gaggle of kids outside of Clearwater Academy International were playing with a ball, their laughter and shouts filling the air.

    Mon, 11 Dec 2017 06:02:15 -0500
  • Dying polar bear roams iceless land for food in 'soul-crushing' video news

    Heartbreaking footage of a starving polar bear desperately searching for food on iceless land highlights the “real face of climate change”, conservationists say. Photojournalist Paul Nicklen said his team were moved to tears as they captured the struggling animal’s battle to stay alive on Canada’s Baffin Island last summer. The “soul-crushing” scene, captured by marine conservationists SeaLegacy, shows the emaciated bear searching an abandoned Inuit camp for sustenance. “My entire SeaLegacy team was pushing through their tears and emotions while documenting this dying polar bear,” explained Mr Nicklen. “It’s a soul-crushing scene that still haunts me, but I know we need to share both the beautiful and the heartbreaking if we are going to break down the walls of apathy. This is what starvation looks like. The muscles atrophy. No energy. It’s a slow, painful death. Polar bears are listed as vulnerable due to a “loss of sea ice habitat from climate change” Credit: AP “When scientists say polar bears will be extinct in the next 100 years, I think of the global population of 25,000 bears dying in this manner. There is no band aid solution. There was no saving this individual bear. People think that we can put platforms in the ocean or we can feed the odd starving bear. “The simple truth is this - if the Earth continues to warm, we will lose bears and entire polar ecosystems. This large male bear was not old, and he certainly died within hours or days of this moment. But there are solutions. We must reduce our carbon footprint, eat the right food, stop cutting down our forests, and begin putting the Earth-our home-first.” His colleague Cristina Mittermeier said it was “one of the hardest shoots we have ever had to do”. “Through tears, we were able to capture this footage with the hope of awakening people to the realities of a climate change future,” she said. Polar bears are the poster child for climate change  Credit: AP SeaLegacy said though it couldn’t say with 100 per cent certainty what had caused the bear to starve to death, the group added: “We do know that he didn’t have any visible wounds and that he was not an old bear. “Many of you have asked whether we could have saved this individual bear, but the hard truth is that he was on his last legs and his muscles had atrophied beyond repair. It would also have been illegal to feed him, to approach him, or to do anything to ease his pain.” The group warned an increasing number of polar bears are likely to die in this way “as a result of our warming climate”. “As global temperatures rise, the amount of multi-year sea ice in the Arctic shrinks. Polar bears depend on that ice to travel large distances and to hunt for their food. Without sea ice this will become a common scene across the Arctic,” they said.  The World Wildlife Fund says polar bears are vulnerable due to a “loss of sea ice habitat from climate change”. A study published last year by University of Washington researchers found that polar bears across the Arctic are facing a shorter sea ice season, a surface they depend on for hunting, travelling and breeding.

    Mon, 11 Dec 2017 13:47:53 -0500
  • Seven of the Best Cheap Mid-Engine Sports Cars

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    Mon, 11 Dec 2017 11:08:58 -0500
  • New York explosion latest: Suspect had 'improvised bomb' strapped to him on Manhattan subway, say NYPD news

    New York City police say a man had an explosive device strapped on when it detonated while he was underground in the subway. It was a pipe bomb, attached by velcro and zip ties, but FBI bomb technicians and police officers are investigating further. The device went off in a corridor connecting the Times Square and Port Authority stations on the city's west side, one of the busiest commuter hubs, at 7:30am during the morning rush.

    Mon, 11 Dec 2017 08:50:00 -0500
  • Los Angeles subway work uncovers array of Ice Age fossils news

    LOS ANGELES (AP) — As part of the crew digging a subway extension under the streets of Los Angeles, Ashley Leger always keeps her safety gear close by.

    Mon, 11 Dec 2017 15:15:35 -0500
  • Star U.S. Diplomat Quits With Fiery Letter To Rex Tillerson news

    A distinguished U.S. diplomat who was seen as a rising star at the State Department resigned after writing a searing letter to Secretary Of State Rex Tillerson, accusing him of gutting the department and damaging America’s standing across the world.

    Sun, 10 Dec 2017 10:26:40 -0500
  • 'Cruel and Vicious.' Woman Who Killed Pregnant Neighbor to Keep Baby Pleads Guilty news

    22-year-old Savanna Greywind was 8 months pregnant when she disappeared

    Mon, 11 Dec 2017 16:14:07 -0500
  • Russia’s Su-57 Stealth Fighter Is Destined to Fail news

    All of the reasons the Su-57 is going nowhere fast. Westerns analysts have concluded that Russia’s fifth-generation Sukhoi Su-57 stealth fighter is unlikely to enter operational service before 2027. The Su-57 program was never really viable.

    Mon, 11 Dec 2017 07:29:00 -0500
  • Nobel Peace Prize winners warn nuclear war is 'a tantrum away' news

    Mankind's destruction caused by a nuclear war is just one "impulsive tantrum away", the winners of the Nobel Peace Prize, the International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons (ICAN), warned on Sunday as the United States and North Korea exchange threats over the nation's nuclear tests. "Will it be the end of nuclear weapons, or will it be the end of us?" ICAN head Beatrice Fihn said in a speech after receiving the peace prize on behalf of the anti-nuclear group.

    Sun, 10 Dec 2017 12:29:01 -0500
  • What Is Eggnog Made Out Of, Anyway? news

    What other time of year do we drink something that’s basically custard spiked with booze?

    Mon, 11 Dec 2017 09:52:35 -0500
  • Oxford Researchers Make Startling Discovery About Ancient St. Nicholas Relic news

    A post shared by Dr Georges Kazan (@drgeorgeskazan) on Dec 5, 2017 at 4:56pm PST Researchers at Oxford University have used modern scientific technology to test a religious relic believed to belong to St. Nicholas, the fourth-century Christian bishop whose generosity inspired the legend of Santa Claus.

    Mon, 11 Dec 2017 14:35:09 -0500
  • New York terror attack: What happened? What type of bomb was used? Was Isis involved? news

    Authorities investigating an attempted terror attack in New York have said the would-be suicide bomber detonated a homemade bomb attached to his body. The suspect, identified as 27-year-old, Akayed Ullah, was taken to hospital with wounds from the blast and three people nearby were injured.

    Mon, 11 Dec 2017 11:08:00 -0500
  • Bullied Tennesee student Keaton Jones' mom faces backlash over Confederate flag photos news

    During the weekend, a Tennessee woman took to Facebook with her son Keaton Jones' emotional video about the relentless bullying he experiences in school that went viral almost instantly.

    Mon, 11 Dec 2017 16:02:13 -0500
  • Racial dispute at beloved bakery roils liberal college town news

    Students at Oberlin College have long enjoyed pastries, bagels and chocolates from Gibson's Bakery, a century-old, family-owned business near campus. That sweet relationship has turned bitter amid hotly disputed accusations of racism, roiling a school and town long known for their liberal politics.

    Mon, 11 Dec 2017 09:32:35 -0500
  • Republicans Can't Kill Obamacare, So They're Turning It Into Trumpcare news

    Republicans haven’t figured out how to kill the Affordable Care Act.

    Sun, 10 Dec 2017 08:00:55 -0500
  • 17 Twists On Shepherd's Pie Your Winter Dinner Rotation Is Missing

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    Mon, 11 Dec 2017 13:22:04 -0500
  • 'Womb Raider' Pleads Guilty, Admits Stealing Pregnant Woman's Baby news

    She had allegedly plotted the crime.

    Mon, 11 Dec 2017 15:42:51 -0500
  • The Latest: Turkish leader notes shared views with Putin news

    ISTANBUL (AP) — The Latest on Russian President Vladimir Putin's trip to Syria, Egypt and Turkey: (all times local):

    Mon, 11 Dec 2017 15:18:16 -0500
  • California wildfire ‘bigger than New York City’ now fifth largest in state history news

    A massive California wildfire that has already destroyed nearly 800 structures scorched another 56,000 acres on Sunday, making it the fifth largest such blaze in recorded state history, as it ran toward picturesque coastal cities. But fire officials said as darkness fell that with the hot, dry Santa Ana winds not as fierce as expected, crews had been successful in building some fire lines between the flames and the towns of Montecito and Carpinteria. "This is a menacing fire, certainly, but we have a lot of people working very diligently to bring it under control," Santa Barbara County Sheriff Bill Brown told an evening press conference. Still, some 5,000 residents remained under evacuation orders in the two communities, near Santa Barbara and about 100 miles (160 km) northwest of Los Angeles. Some 15,000 homes were considered threatened. The Thomas Fire, the worst of six major blazes in Southern California in the last week and already the fifth largest in the state since 1932, has blackened 230,000 acres (570,000 hectares), more than the area of New York City. It has destroyed 790 houses, outbuildings and other structures and left 90,000 homes and businesses without power. The combination of Santa Ana winds and rugged terrain in the mountains that run through Santa Barbara and Ventura counties have hampered firefighting efforts, and officials said the Thomas Fire was only 10 percent contained on Sunday evening, down from 15 percent earlier in the day. The Thomas Fire rages in Ventura County, as seen from Summerland in Santa Barbara County, The blaze started on Monday evening and spread rapidly overnight to envelop at least 45,000 acres Credit: Alamy But wind gusts recorded at 35-40 miles per hour were less than those predicted by forecasters, giving crews a chance to slow the flames' progress down slopes above the endangered communities. The fires burning across Southern California have forced the evacuation of more 200,000 people and destroyed some 1,000 structures. Among them are residents of Montecito, one of the state's wealthiest enclave and home to such celebrities as Oprah Winfrey. California wildfires cause thousands to flee, in pictures Emmy Leikin, an Emmy-winning songwriter who was ordered to evacuate her Montecito home at 9 a.m. on Sunday, said she fled with only her cell phone, medication, eyeglasses and a few apples. Leikin, 74, said she doesn't know the condition of her home and belongings but "none of that means anything when it is your safety." Fires worst in a decade   The fires that began last Monday night collectively amounted to one of the worst conflagrations across Southern California in the last decade. They have, however, been far less deadly than the blazes in Northern California's wine country in October that killed over 40.  The Thomas fire is only 15 percent contained, now threatening the city of Santa Barbara and the nearby coastal town of Carpinteria Credit:  AFP In the last week, only one death has been reported, a 70-year-old woman who died Wednesday in a car accident as she attempted to flee the flames in Ventura County. Scores of horses have died, including at least 46 at a thoroughbred training facility in San Diego county. Residents and firefighters alike have been alarmed by the speed with which the fires spread, reaching into the heart of cities like Ventura. At the Ventura County Fairgrounds, evacuees slept in makeshift beds while rescued horses were sheltered in stables. Peggy Scissons, 78, arrived at the shelter with her dog last Wednesday, after residents of her mobile home park were forced to leave. She has not yet found out whether her home is standing. "I don't know what's gonna happen next or whether I'll be able to go home," she said. "It would be one thing if I were 40 or 50, but I'm 78. What the heck do I do?" James Brown, 57, who retired from Washington State's forestry service and has lived in Ventura for a year, was forced to leave his house along with his wife last week because both have breathing problems. "We knew a fire was coming, but we didn't know it would be this bad," said Brown, who is in a wheelchair. Some of the other fires, in San Diego and Los Angeles counties, have been largely controlled by the thousands of firefighters on the ground this week. Both the Creek and Rye fires in Los Angeles County were 90 percent contained by Sunday morning, officials said, while the Skirball Fire in Los Angeles' posh Bel Air neighborhood was 75 percent contained. North of San Diego, the 4,100-acre (1,660 hectare) Lilac Fire was 75 percent contained by Sunday and most evacuation orders had been lifted.

    Mon, 11 Dec 2017 03:43:42 -0500
  • Supreme Court's Wedding Cake Case Isn't About Faith, Religious Leaders Warn news

    The Supreme Court wrestled with a clash between religious freedom and LGBTQ rights last week when justices heard oral arguments in the case of Masterpiece Cakeshop v. Colorado Civil Rights Commission.

    Mon, 11 Dec 2017 10:54:43 -0500
  • Battle for Moscow: How Russia Stopped Nazi Germany's Military news

    Would the capture of Moscow have altered the outcome of World War II? Moscow was more than the administrative capital of the Soviet Union: it was also a vital rail hub and production center. There was also the symbolic value: totalitarian dictators, like Hitler and Stalin, crafted images of themselves as all-knowing leaders of their nations.

    Mon, 11 Dec 2017 14:33:00 -0500
  • How Long Can You Keep Meat In The Freezer? news

    Before the invention of the freezer, snow and cold weather were the only ways to keep food cold.

    Mon, 11 Dec 2017 13:22:58 -0500
  • French fighters appear with Islamic State in Afghanistan news

    French and Algerian fighters, some arriving from Syria, have joined the ranks of the Islamic State group in northern Afghanistan where the militants have established new bases, multiple international and Afghan sources have told AFP. It is the first time that the presence of French IS fighters has been recorded in Afghanistan, and comes as analysts suggested foreigners may be heading for the war-torn country after being driven from Syria and Iraq. "A number" of Algerian and French nationals entered the largely IS-controlled district of Darzab in northern Jowzjan province in November, said district governor Baaz Mohammad Dawar.

    Sat, 09 Dec 2017 23:41:24 -0500
  • Al Franken Makes Santa's Naughty List On 'SNL,' But Roy Moore Makes The 'Registry' news

    Saturday Night Live - SNL (@nbcsnl) December 10, 2017 “Saturday Night Live’s” take on politics this week featured elf Kate McKinnon and Santa Kenan Thompson in the cold open listening to a line-up of smart kids asking about everything from opioids to Colin Kaepernick and toys — more specifically, Matt Lauer’s sex toys.

    Sun, 10 Dec 2017 00:30:44 -0500
  • Ryan Lizza fired by The New Yorker for alleged sexual misconduct news

    The New Yorker has cut ties with Ryan Lizza over alleged sexual misconduct. Mr Lizza was one of the magazine's most high-profile writers. “The New Yorker recently learned that Ryan Lizza engaged in what we believe was improper sexual conduct," the magazine said in a statement.

    Mon, 11 Dec 2017 16:27:00 -0500
  • U.S. judge warns of mistrial in Nevada rancher Bundy's trial

    A U.S. federal judge in the criminal conspiracy trial of Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy and three other men on Monday warned that prosecutors' failure to produce documents that could support defense arguments may lead to a mistrial. The four men, including two of Bundy's sons Ammon and Ryan, are accused of conspiring to use the threat of force in a 2014 armed standoff with federal agents near Bundy's ranch. The revolt was sparked by the court-ordered roundup of Bundy's cattle by government agents over his refusal to pay fees required to graze the herd on federal land.

    Mon, 11 Dec 2017 18:12:49 -0500
  • 17 Game-Changing Guinness Recipes

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    Mon, 11 Dec 2017 13:12:23 -0500
  • The Latest: Putin criticizes US move on Jerusalem news

    ISTANBUL (AP) — The Latest on Russian President Vladimir Putin's Mideast tour (all times local):

    Mon, 11 Dec 2017 14:19:36 -0500
  • AP: Rohingya methodically raped by Myanmar's armed forces news

    UKHIA, Bangladesh (AP) — The soldiers arrived, as they often did, long after sunset.

    Mon, 11 Dec 2017 17:24:08 -0500
  • The Army's Has Over 100,000 'New' M4A1 Rifles - Here's What They Can Do news

    To date, the Army has completed more than 117,000 M4A1 upgrades on the way to the eventual transformation of more than 480,000 M4 rifles. As a result, it is entirely conceivable that the Army will explore new requirements and technologies for the M4A1 as time goes on. The service’s so-called M4 Product Improvement Program, or PIP, is a far-reaching initiative to upgrade the Army’s entire current inventory of M4 rifles into higher-tech, durable and more lethal M4A1 weapons, Army spokesman Pete Rowland, spokesman for PM Soldier Weapons, told Scout Warrior in an interview.

    Sun, 10 Dec 2017 08:10:00 -0500
  • Watch a Barn-Find Tucker Lay Numbers on a Dyno news

    Tucker number 44, in the midst of a major restoration, hits the dyno to prove exactly how much power that helicopter-sourced flat six makes.

    Mon, 11 Dec 2017 12:09:21 -0500
  • Billionaire Guo Wengui wants regime change in Beijing news

    From a luxury Manhattan apartment, Chinese billionaire Guo Wengui is plotting a "change of the regime" in Beijing and developing a new media platform with the aim of introducing democracy in the world's most populous country. For several months, Guo has been flooding social networks with searing accusations of corruption against China's rich and powerful. While some accuse the businessman, who is not shy about publicizing his ostentatious lifestyle, of hypocrisy in his allegations of corruption among China's political elite, Guo denies accusations that he himself is also guilty of graft.

    Sat, 09 Dec 2017 22:44:46 -0500
  • Cory Booker Calls On Donald Trump To Resign Over Sexual Misconduct Allegations news

    Sen. Cory Booker (D-N.J.) is calling on President Donald Trump to resign over the more than a dozen sexual misconduct allegations against him.

    Sun, 10 Dec 2017 11:50:55 -0500
  • Charlie Sheen Sues National Enquirer Over Corey Haim Rape Allegation news

    Charlie Sheen is suing the National Enquirer over the publication of a Nov. 8 report alleging the actor raped then-child star Corey Haim in the 1980s.

    Sun, 10 Dec 2017 05:35:46 -0500
  • Moment of the New York 'bomb' explosion news

    An attempted terrorist attack which injured five people at one of New York's busiest commuter hubs has been caught on video.   The 27-year-old suspect, Akayed Ullah, can be seen lying motionless after his bomb prematurely exploded.   The Isil-inspired attacker was seriously injured along while four other people, including a police officer, suffered minor injuries.   The suspect in the incident at the Port Authority Bus Terminal, a block from Times Square, is being held in custody and has been named as Akayed Ullah by the New York Police Department (NYPD).    The weapon was based on a pipe bomb and was fixed to the suspect with zip ties and hook and loop fastens, police said.    New York Governor Andrew Cuomo, described the device as "amateur level" at a press conference near the site.   New York Mayor Bill de Blasio told the same news conference that the incident, which happened at the start of the city's rush hour, was "an attempted terrorist attack."   "As New Yorkers our lives revolve around the subways. When we hear of an attack in the subways it is incredibly unsettling," de Blasio said.   The incident was captured on security video, the police said.    Video block text Video footage shows smoke and a man lying down in the tunnel that connects the Times Square subway station to the bus station.    A photograph showed a man lying face down, with tattered clothes and burns on his exposed torso.   “There was a stampede up the stairs to get out,” said Diego Fernandez, one of the commuters at Port Authority.    “Everybody was scared and running and shouting.”   Alicja Wlodkowski, a Pennsylvania resident in New York for the day, was sitting in a restaurant in the bus terminal building at the time.   “Suddenly, I saw a group of people, like six people, running like nuts," she said.    "A woman fell. No one even went to stop and help her because the panic was so scary."

    Mon, 11 Dec 2017 12:18:21 -0500
  • China, Taiwan spar over Chinese diplomat's invasion threat news

    A threat by a senior Chinese diplomat to invade Taiwan the instant any U.S. warship visits the self-ruled island has sparked a war of words, with Taipei accusing Beijing of failing to understand what democracy means.

    Mon, 11 Dec 2017 08:44:57 -0500
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