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Come visit: South Korea's leader invited to North Korea

Seoul/Tokyo: North Korean leader Kim Jong Un invited South Korean President Moon Jae-in to meet in Pyongyang, a dramatic gesture that may raise prospects for easing tensions on the Korean Peninsula. It came after athletes from North and South Korea , who are still technically at war, marched under the unification flag to bring the athletes' parade to a close. Read More »

Hardik Patel meets Mamata Banerjee, gets invite to join TMC in Gujarat


Mamata Banerjee, referred to Hardik Patel "like my younger brother" and shared the fact that he is the first leader to whom she called and praised him after results for last December's Gujarat elections came in. Patel also received an invitation from Banerjee to join the Trinamool Congress. "She had done a great work during the natural disaster in Bhuj 2001". Read More »

Heavy snow to blanket upper Midwest


There is a Winter Storm Warning for Grant, Lafayette, Green, Rock and Jefferson counties for Thursday night and Friday , as those areas will see the highest snowfall amounts as it stands now. A Divvy bicycle rider deposits his bike in a rental kiosk as a winter storm makes its way through several Midwest states February 9, 2018, in Chicago . Read More »

Adams steps down as Sinn Fein leader after 34 years


On Britain's upcoming departure from the European Union, or Brexit , she said Sinn Fein will not accept any deal that reinstates border controls between Northern Ireland and the Republic. "That's an very bad long time and a lot of people were killed or injured and traumatised in between". Mr Adams said: "I'm not saying there is a direct correlation between Brexit and Irish unity - and in fact I think those of us who want a United Ireland need to be very careful that we are not accused ... Read More »

Batshuayi helps give Reus a winning Dortmund return


Hamburg remain second last, three points below Mainz, who lost 4-2 at Hoffenheim. Pulisic missed the target from 15 yards out in the 64th minute as Dortmund went in search of more goals, and the United States of America worldwide was a whisker away from getting on the end of Mahmoud Dahoud's cross 13 minutes later. Read More »

Trump tells Israel it will have to make 'hard compromises for peace'


Regardles of negative reaction from Europe and the Arab world, Trump called the announcement the "high point" of his administration's first year in an interview with Israel Hayom . President Donald Trump and Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu meet at the Israel Museum in Jerusalem last May. "I can understand why many other presidents bailed on their promise because tremendous pressure was put on them not to do it", he stated. Read More »

Two police officers shot and killed in Ohio


The suspect also was shot and wounded and taken to a hospital, police tell FOX19 NOW. The city of Westerville confirmed on Twitter reports that two of the city's police officers were killed in "the line of duty". Townhall will update when more detail is available. The suspect was apprehended at the scene according to WHIO . Westerville is about 15 miles north of Columbus. Read More »

NKorean leader offers to meet SKorean president

AP's commitment to independent, comprehensive journalism has deep roots. But Jung said even one win by the team will be "very meaningful" news. Moon said it was the U.S.' firm stance that contributed to North Korea's participation in the Olympics and inter-Korean talks. Read More »

Abe meets Moon in S.Korea


North and South Korea are technically still at war after their 1950-53 conflict ended in a truce rather than a peace treaty. Seoul had banned all North Korean ships entering its ports after the North Korean torpedo attack in 2010 - the event that Pence will commemorate during his visit. Read More »

Trump 'weighing his options' on release of Democratic memo - White House

Tonight the White House says it will not declassify the rebuttal from Democrats. It also alleges that DOJ official did not disclose to the court that the dossier was funded in part by the Hillary Clinton campaign and the Democratic National Committee, and that the Page surveillance application contained information about Trump campaign advisor George Papadopoulos, which "triggered" the opening of the FBI's counterintelligence investigation into the Trump campaign and allegations of ties to ... Read More »

Duterte to personally plead for Kuwait OFWs


Trump visited the Philippine capital, Manila, in November to meet Duterte and attend an annual summit with Asian and Western leaders, including Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. Villanueva said in a statement. "Do not give us back a battered worker or a mutilated corpse". Villanueva proposed to stop sending OFWs "where they are not being treated properly". Read More »

Area snow emergencies declared beginning Thursday evening


All cars must park on even-numbered side of street on Saturday and on odd-numbered side of street on Sunday and continue to alternate until the snow emergency has been cancelled. The city of Janesville's snow emergency starts at 5 a.m. Friday. Blue Grass, Iowa - Snow emergency in effect at Thursday, 6:00 p.m. through Sunday, Feb. Read More »

Bank of America Corporation (NYSE:BAC) Resolves Mortgage Dispute With California Couple

Montgomery Investment Management Inc who had been investing in Bank Of America Corporation for a number of months, seems to be less bullish one the $305.94B market cap company. Green Square Capital Limited Liability Corp has 55,856 shares. Given that liquidity is king in short-term, BAC is a stock with 10.61 billion shares outstanding that normally trades 1.39% of its float. Read More »

At Olympic Games, Kim Jong Un's sister takes VIP seat


President Trump's right-hand man was at the Gangneung Ice Arena on Saturday night to watch the opening session of short-track speedskating and, for the second evening in succession, he was unable to avoid a connection to North Korea. Earlier Friday, the North's high-level delegation, which includes Kim Yong Nam and Kim Jong Un's younger sister, Kim Yo Jong, arrived in South Korea. Read More »

Republicans are in charge -- it was their shutdown

The deal included additional funding for a number of healthcare programs, as well as an extension to the Children's Health Insurance Program (CHIP)'s funding on top of the extension that had already been put in place with the last spending bill in January. Read More »

Kim Jong Un invites South Korean president for summit


Moon and Kim Yong Nam planned to return to the Games venue to watch the joint Korean women's ice hockey team - the first ever combined team at the Olympics - take on Switzerland, the Blue House said. "I think the North Koreans are making a last-ditch effort to get across the finish line with their nuclear program while the world's attention is focused on the Olympics", Bolton said. Read More »

Trump, Modi express concern over Maldives


While the crisis in the Maldives "seemed to be the point of the call" on Thursday, according to the Hindustan Times , little on the issue was included in the readout, except that the two leaders "expressed concern". He also put Islamabad on notice for harbouring terrorists, and followed it up last month by withholding security assistance to Pakistan estimated at over $1 billion. Read More »

Senate reaches budget pact, adding $300 billion


Should Paul stand his ground, Senate rules dictate that Majority Leader Mitch McConnell can declare a new session at midnight, then hold a procedural vote on the spending bill one hour into the new day. Schumer called the budget "An historic, bipartisan budget deal" that will increase federal investments in NY. Senators were indicating Tuesday that they were close to a deal on spending. Read More »

Aid group warns of crisis in battered Syria rebel enclave


In the Idlib province that is now held by rebels, six others were killed by air strikes . "It is intense bombardment". At least two million people live in Idlib, the largest area controlled by the opposition. United Nations war crimes experts have also said they are investigating several reports of bombs allegedly containing chlorine gas being used against civilians. Read More »

Kim Jong Un invites South Korean President Moon to Pyongyang

Moon responded to the invitation by suggesting the two countries "should accomplish this by creating the right conditions", adding that talks between North Korea and the United States were also needed, and requested that North Korea be more active in talking with the U.S., according to Kim Eui-kyeom. Read More »

Trump decides not to release the Schiff memo


Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA), the top House Intel Democrat who Trump claimed is "one of the biggest liars and leakers" in DC, hit back at the irony in the President's request for revisions when the White House approved publishing the Republicans' "deeply flawed and inaccurate memo" without redactions. Read More »

Nancy Pelosi and the Dreamers


The House did approve a temporary spending bill to extend most agency funding until March 23 and promptly sent it to the Senate for consideration. She went to the mat for the Dreamers , the 2 million undocumented immigrant youth in danger of deportation. Read More »

Erdogan: Turkey has nothing to talk about with Bashar Assad


The highest toll was in the town of Jisreen, where eight civilians were killed. In an email Thursday to The Associated Press, Col. Thomas F. Veale said the coalition reported to the Russians the buildup of the pro-government forces in the area before the attack, and communicated with them during and after it. Read More »

Loya death: Opposition seeks SIT probe in plea to Ram Nath Kovind


The bench is hearing pleas including those filed by Congress leader Tehseen Poonawala and Maharashtra-based BS Lone seeking an independent probe into Loya's death in 2014. "Shirkant Khandalkar, a public spirited lawyer in Nagpur, allegedly fell from a high-rise building in the district courts on November 29, 2015, and Prakash Thombre, a retired District Judge, allegedly died on May 16, 2016, after falling from an upper berth in a train". Read More »

Meesawat leads the way into Super 6 showdown


On a dramatic day during which strong prevailing winds played havoc with the field, seven different players held the lead at different stages. In challenging conditions Westwood shot a two-under 70 to join Rumford, who couldn't replicate his first round of 64 and shot 72, in the lead. Read More »

Kim Jong Un invites South Korean president to Pyongyang


Moon, for his part, took the opportunity to highlight the visit of North Korean officials to the global competition, referring to the " Olympic Games of peace". Moon knows he needs to have United States in same boat. "Let us make it happen by creating the necessary conditions in the future", he was quoted as saying. Read More »

Samsung releases Galaxy S8 Oreo kernel sources


But what's really set tongues wagging is the name of Samsung's Android Oreo update - it's officially called CRAP (G955XXU1CRAP). According to a report in SamMobile , regular users are expected to get the update after 24 hours. This new user experience from the company includes an improved keyboard, smarter device search, Bixby Briefing, Color Lens, and a lot more. This means the devices won't benefit from the potentially quicker update times. Read More »

North Korea's leader invites South Korean president for summit: South Korea

After arriving on Kim Jong Un's personal jet at the South's ultramodern Incheon International Airport- the North's flagship airline is subject to sanctions - she traveled to Pyeongchang to attend the games' opening ceremony, where the North and South Korean athletes will march together behind a blue-and-white "unification" flag. Read More »

Raised pro-Pak slogans in response to Speaker's remarks: Akbar Lone


Trouble began when the Speaker, responding to angry remarks from the legislators over the terror attack on the Sunjwan military camp, said the area fell in the Assembly constituency of NC leader Mohammad Akbar Lone. Even the opposition demanded the Speaker to take back his words, where blamed Rohingyas for the attack. In the midst of the din, the Speaker adjourned the House for ten minutes. Read More »