Charges against her were filed Thursday because she "reacted unreasonably" when she shot the unarmed man, District Attorney Steve Kunzweiler reportedly said . Mr. Crutcher kept putting his hands in his pockets and Officer Shelby kept telling him to show his hands. Video of the encounter between Tulsa police officers and Terence Crutcher went viral after it was released Monday, as it appeared to conflict with the police department's claim that Crutcher, a black man, had failed to comply ...
Galifianakis asked of the former secretary of state. Galifianakis' popular online program generated more than 35 million views when President Barack Obama appeared on it in 2014 while he was encouraging young people to sign up for the Affordable Care Act.
USA crude stockpiles dropped by 7.5 million barrels last week, the American Petroleum Institute was said to report Tuesday. According to the latest figures from the USA government, total production for the United States this year is expected at 8.8 million bpd.
Akbar on Thursday also expressed surprise over PM Nawaz Sharif's reference to Burhan Wani as a "young leader" during his UNGA address a day earlier. Pakistan wanted peace with India and had repeatedly offered to talk, Sharif said: "But India has posed unacceptable conditions to engage in dialogue".
Ruchika had ended her life in December 28, 1993 , Haryana's former director general of police SPS Rathore had molested her. In a sigh of relief to Rathore, the apex court also reduced his sentence from one and half years to the sentence already undergone.
Dunford tells the Senate Armed Services Committee that he's not certain which aircraft dropped the bombs, killing 20 civilians. The offensive was announced as the US Secretary of State, John Kerry, met his Russian counterpart, Sergey Lavrov, and other foreign ministers on the margins of a United Nations summit in NY.
The Supreme Court on Friday issued a notice to Lalu Prasad's son Tej Pratap Yadav after he was photographed with sharpshooter Mohammad Kaif, who is accused of killing Siwan-based journalist Rajdeo Ranjan. He is accused of having pulled the trigger in the murder of journalist Rajdeo Ranjan, while Shahabuddin is accused of masterminding it. In the wake of the controversy erupting over Tej Pratap's photograph with Kaif, his brother and Deputy Chief Minister Tejaswi Yadav had posted ...
Fed policymakers made a decision to keep the federal funds rate in a range between one-quarter and one-half percent. What is weighing on the dollar, worldwide and against the shekel, were the contradictory messages received from the Fed meeting.
The rules include a 15-point safety standard for manufacturers and designers of what the government calls HAVs, or highly automated vehicles. In the document, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration emphasized that it did not intend to write the "final word on highly automated vehicles" with these guidelines .
At around 3 pm, with the assistance of an FBI SWAT team, the suspect, now identified as 29-year-old Joseph Szajkowski, gave up after the door to the apartment was breached and officers ordered the suspect to surrender. Police wrote in a statement that two officers were injured when the suspect opened fire: one officer was treated at the scene, while the other was taken to the hospital and is expected to survive.
The move was a "personal decision" by Stumpf, Wells Fargo spokeswoman Jennifer Dunn said. The House of Representatives Financial Services committee plans to hold a hearing into Wells Fargo & Co next week after a scandal at the bank involving as many as 2 million fake accounts that thousands of employees set up in customers' names.
Saudi Arabia has stuck by its initial death toll of 769, but figures compiled from officials in more than 30 countries gave a tally nearly three times higher. On Sunday, helicopters monitored the crowd flow from the skies, while on the ground, police on foot, motorbike, and all-terrain vehicles directed pedestrian movement.
Trump said local police often know who "a lot of these people are" but "they are afraid to do anything about it because they don't want to be accused of profiling". Trump met with Sisi this week while he was at the United Nations. Trump's meeting with the Egyptian leader comes as he attempts to furbish his foreign policy credentials in going up against Clinton, a former secretary of State, less than two months from the election.
He added, "And if you're not aware, drugs are a very, very big factor in what you're watching on television at night". The family also said that when police gave Scott commands, he did not "aggressively approach" police or raise his hands, and was walking backwards with his hands at his side when he was shot and killed.
Police accounts say Scott refused to drop a gun before being shot. Neighbours, though, have said he was holding only a book, and that the officer who killed him was white. "I did not see that in the videos that I reviewed", Putney said at a news conference. But in a statement attorneys for Scott's kin released to reporters on Thursday evening, the family said it was "impossible to discern" from the footage what Scott was holding before he was gunned down.
With only two days to go until the polls close in the Labour leadership election , Jeremy Corbyn has addressed the good folk of Mumsnet in a bid to secure the support of a membership that once discussed the freaky merits of post-coital hygiene.
Marriott announced the completion of the merger Friday in a statement that said the Starwood & Marriott loyalty programs would be linked, with the new company operating or franchising "more than 5,700 properties and 1.1 million rooms" across 30 brands in over 110 countries.
India on Thursday claimed diplomatic victory over Pakistan at the United Nations amid deteriorating bilateral ties following the killing of 18 soldiers in a terror attack in Jammu and Kashmir. He also referred to Russia and said that there has been continuous communication between the MEA and its Russian counterparts and everyone knows Russia's stand on terrorism.
The International Syria Support Group was to consider a US call for all warplanes to halt flights over aid routes following an attack on a humanitarian convoy near the besieged city of Aleppo , as well as a Russian suggestion for a three-day pause in fighting to get the "cessation of hostilities" back on track.
He suggested rebels were to blame, saying the area was under their control. No members of the coalition forces were injured in the attack, and none showed signs of mustard gas exposure. Turkey's offensive into Syria was met with little resistance by IS. Aid groups and global convoys have reported coming under fire, both from government forces and rebels.
He said the boat that capsized Wednesday set off from Damietta Port and stopped about 20 miles off the coast of Burg Rashid to take on more migrants . Egypt's Armed Forces also said that the rescue ship managed to foil another boat carrying 294 migrants attempting illegal immigration. It was not immediately clear where the boat had been heading.
The anti-immigrant party Alternative for Germany (AfD) gained support, capitalising on anger over Merkel's open-door refugee policy that has allowed one million asylum seekers into Germany, with 70 000 of them coming to Berlin . Just two weeks earlier, the AfD beat the CDU into third place in the eastern state of Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, in a campaign focused on Merkel's decision to open the country's borders to migrants previous year.
MacArthur Foundation , which issues each grantee a $625,000 stipend. Rankine joins more than 900 people who have received a "genius" grant since 1981, with previous fellows including "Hamilton" playwright Lin-Manuel Miranda, author-journalist Ta-Nehisi Coates and dancer-choreographer Merce Cunningham .
The change comes with Russian Federation locked in its worst standoff with the West since the Cold War over the crisis in Ukraine and Moscow's backing for Bashar al-Assad in Syria. Naryshkin is a long-standing Putin ally from the president's hometown Saint Petersburg who Russian Federation media claims served as a KGB spy in the West.
As he welcomed Chinese Premier Li Keqiang, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau also said the two countries had reached an agreement to try to end a lingering dispute over Canadian canola exports by 2020, although he offered no specifics. A request by Beijing for an extradition treaty with Canada, which Mr Trudeau has agreed to consider, has ruffled opposition parties in Ottawa , however.
His comments come the day after Fed Chair Janet Yellen announced that the central bank made a decision to leave interest rates unchanged at 0.25% to 0.50% in order to "wait for further evidence of continued progress toward our objectives", she said.
Florida Atlantic University found Clinton ahead of Trump by 53-34 percent. Additionally, Facebook has partnered up with ABC News to do the same. "Hillary Clinton calls people who don't support her deplorable, and irredeemable". Clinton's new ad is a lowlight reel of Trump's anti-female vitriol.
Samsung is coordinating the recall with US safety officials, who say the batteries in 92 devices overheated or caught fire since the Note 7 went on sale last month. After Samsung's official recalling, when you returned your beloved smartphone the Galaxy Note7 to your local retailers, you may be counting the days as to when you will get your beloved handset back in your hands.
The individuals came from countries that pose a national-security risk to the USA, or those which are routine hotbeds of immigration fraud, the auditor reported . Failure to properly screen applicants for United States citizenship, particularly from "special interest countries," is likely to further fuel controversy over the screening of immigrants, a contentious topic during the 2016 election cycle.
Mr Scott was fatally shot in an apartment complex vehicle park on Tuesday by police who were searching for another person wanted for arrest. Chief Putney has said that Mr. Pat McCrory after a second straight night of racial unrest that seemed at odds with Charlotte's image as a diverse, forward-looking banking capital of the New South.
Assad said US airstrikes on Syrian troo. The country's civil war, which is in its fifth year, has so far claimed the lives of more than 400,000 people and sparked a refugee crisis, according to the UN. At one point during the AP interview, Assad denied restricting access for aid convoys to besieged cities. US officials believe Russian aircraft were responsible for the strike, but Moscow has denied involvement and the Russian defence ministry said on Wednesday a US Predator drone was in the ...
Tserin Dopchut , who has already been nick-named "Mowgli", ventured into the remote forest between the Russian tundra and the steppes in search of his pet dogs. Residents of Khut, Tserin's home village, which has a population of about 400, were reportedly throwing a party to celebrate the boy's rescue. "Even adults are surprised by his stamina and ability to survive in the cold woods", said Kara-ool.
Obama took over the American presidency in 2009 and vowed to the United Nations, "I will not waver in my pursuit of peace" between the Jewish state and Palestinians. "It's a very hard and risky time in the Middle East", Mr. Obama said, noting the civil war in Syria and a surge in attacks by Palestinians in the West Bank and Jerusalem.
S&P maintained its stable outlook for the Philippines , but highlighted a range of "weaknesses" under the new Duterte administration that also included his foreign policy and national security statements. "In addition, the President's mouth, which does not hesitate to curse [United Nations] officials, the Pope, US President [Barack] Obama, and [UN] Secretary-General Ban Ki-Moon", she added.
But police showed the video to Scott's attorneys and family members on Thursday. Demonstrators chanted "release the tape" and "we want the tape" while briefly blocking an intersection near Bank of America headquarters and later climbing the steps to the door of the city government center.