New Thai government may be unstable, short-lived

New Thai government may be unstable, short-lived

Thailand's election Sunday is likely to produce a weak unstable government whether it's a civilian or military-backed party that cobbles together a coalition, setting off a new phase of uncertainty in a country that's a U.S. ally in Southeast Asia and one of the world's top tourist destinations. The election is Thailand's first since its…
Subway restaurant customer sues franchisee after video captures alleged assault

Subway restaurant customer sues franchisee after video captures alleged assault

A North Carolina woman has filed a $25,000 lawsuit against a Subway sandwich shop franchisee after he allegedly slapped her during a dispute over a sandwich. Elizabeth Hinson, who goes by the name Tina Richardson, went to a Subway owned by Kenneth Lancaster in Concord, North Carolina, on March 8 to get a Sesame-Ginger Glazed…
Here’s a breakdown of indictments and cases in Mueller’s probe

Here’s a breakdown of indictments and cases in Mueller’s probe

Over the course of his nearly two-year-long probe, special counsel Robert Mueller and his team of prosecutors have now indicted 34 individuals and three Russian businesses on charges ranging from computer hacking to conspiracy and financial crimes. Those indictments have led to seven guilty pleas and four people sentenced to prison. Here's what you need…
Health food store employee allegedly taunted Jewish coworker about being in ‘gas chamber’: Police

Health food store employee allegedly taunted Jewish coworker about being in ‘gas chamber’: Police

A former employee of Kingston, New York, a family-owned health food store was arrested on Friday for repeatedly harassing a Jewish coworker, including an incident where he allegedly shut off the lights and told her, "You're in the gas chamber." William Sullivan was working in the produce department of Mother Earth's Storehouse earlier this month…
Fentanyl deaths in the US spiked 1,000 percent over 6 years: Report

Fentanyl deaths in the US spiked 1,000 percent over 6 years: Report

Deaths from the drug fentanyl in the United States climbed more than 1,000 percent from 2011 to 2016, according to a report released Thursday. The number of fatalities involving the powerful synthetic opioid was relatively stable in 2011 and 2012, with roughly 1,600 deaths each of those years. The number began to increase in 2013,…
Flight attendant detained by immigration on return to US

Flight attendant detained by immigration on return to US

A Texas flight attendant who was enrolled in the government's program for "Dreamers" flew to Mexico for work and was stopped by immigration authorities who forced her to spend more than a month in detention, her attorney said. Selene Saavedra Roman, 28, who immigrated illegally to the U.S. as a child, was released Friday from…
President Trump cancels new sanctions targeting North Korea in stunning tweet that overrides his Treasury Dept.

President Trump cancels new sanctions targeting North Korea in stunning tweet that overrides his...

President Donald Trump made the surprise announcement Friday that he was cancelling a new round of sanctions intended to target North Korea announced only 24 hours earlier by his own administration. "It was announced today by the U.S. Treasury that additional large scale Sanctions would be added to those already existing Sanctions on North Korea,"…

US Customs and Border Protection detain 9-year-old US citizen for 32 hours without her...

Federal officials at the Mexico border detained a 9-year-old U.S. citizen for 32 hours without her parents in order “to perform due diligence in confirming her identity and citizenship,” according to a statement released Friday by the U.S. Customs and Border Protection. The girl’s mother told NBC San Diego that her daughter and son cross…
As Mueller report handed over to Justice Department, White House says it ‘has not been briefed’

As Mueller report handed over to Justice Department, White House says it ‘has not...

Within minutes after word came on Friday that Robert Mueller’s report had been handed over to the Department of Justice, White House press secretary Sarah Sanders said officials there had "not received or been briefed on the Special Counsel's report " that could prove critical to the future of Donald Trump's presidency. "The next steps…
Letter from deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein offers potential road map to special counsel Robert Mueller’s probe

Letter from deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein offers potential road map to special counsel...

There's no shortage of speculation on the special counsel Robert Mueller’s report, much of it totally uninformed. But we don't need to speculate on the scope – the man who appointed Mueller has already given us a potential road map on what to expect from the special counsel. The bottom line: Do not expect a…

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