Daesh car-bomb attack kills 16 in W. Mosul: Iraqi army
IS had become an offshoot of al Qaeda in Iraq by 2004, but IS later broke off from the group and became its rival. Long queues formed at the new bridge on Tuesday with families crossing in public buses, trucks and taxis.
Alaskan oil well leaking gas
In 2006, a corroded pipeline released almost 5,000 barrels of crude oil, the largest oil spill in the North Slope at the time. The ADEC also said that two leaks have been identified at the well, one near the top and one further down the well assembly.
Google won't preload its apps in Russia after antitrust settlement
Under the settlement, Google can not stop smartphone makers from pre-installing competing search engine apps on their devices. While Android is an open platform, core parts of the operating system aren't, including Google's app store.
Oil producers at ease as output deal reaches half
Crude fell even as Saudi Arabia's Energy Minister Khalid Al-Falih said Monday that the oil market is on the road to re-balancing. The latest monthly market report from OPEC economists said contributing members are cutting more than the agreement outlines.
Quadruple slaying on Long Island linked to MS-13 gang
Police are not revealing when they believe the victims were killed, in an effort to "maintain the integrity of the investigation". Suffolk County Police have issued an "all hands on deck" into the suspected gang-related killing of four young men this week.
'KUWTK': Kim Struggles With Kanye's Hospitalization, Says She's 'Emotionally Drained and Exhausted'
In the episode we see her on the phone with the friend crying and not really getting a lot of information on Kanye's state. The reality star flew home from a scheduled public appearance in NY at the time to be with her husband.
Man arrested in relation to slain jogger
Prosecutors have charged Colon-Ortiz with aggravated assault, aggravated assault and battery, and assault with the intent to rape. Marcotte, a 27-year-old former Google employee, was killed while jogging near her mother's house on August 7, 2016.
Uber claims revenue growth exceeds losses after burning through billions in 2016
Even its CEO, Travis Kalanick, found himself in a spot after he was videotaped arguing with an Uber driver over falling incomes. Some companies that would likely rank higher than Uber on a GAAP-accounting basis would fall lower on a non-GAAP list.
San Bernardino school looks to recover after killings
On the site, his loved ones call Jonathan their "family angel". "She left him and that's where the trouble began", Sykes said. Martinez was born with a genetic condition known as " Williams Syndrome ", and had successfully undergone heart surgery.
Is this a new Trump? Abrupt reversals may reflect experience
US 100 dollar banknotes and Chinese 100 yuan banknotes are seen in this picture illustration in Beijing, China, January 21, 2016. The monitoring list was added to the exchange rate report as part of the customs enforcement law.