Seattle police release tape of pregnant woman's shooting
For the next two minutes, officers talked to Lyles about the reported breakin and began taking inventory of the missing items. Monika Williams, Charleena's sister said that her late sister was " tiny " in build and had "mental health problems".
North Korea conducts another rocket engine test
Intercontinental ballistic missiles have a minimum range of about 5,500km but some are created to travel 10,000km or farther. In September 2016, Pyongyang carried out another nuclear test, while more than 20 missiles were test-fired during the year.
We'll drive power generating set sellers out of job - Osinbajo
The United Nations released a report that said globally, renewable energy will be cheaper than fossil fuels in the next 10 years. Solar is already level or below coal costs in Germany, Australia, the US, Spain and Italy.
Amazon buying Whole Foods in $13.7 billion push into selling groceries
Whole Foods will keep operating stores under its name and John Mackey will as CEO, with headquarters in Austin, Texas . ALINA SELYUKH, BYLINE: It's lunch hour, and people are dipping in and out of a Whole Foods store in Washington , D.C.
Pillars of Eternity Coming to Consoles in Late August
Cities: Skylines has been available on PC for a while now, and the game got a release on Xbox One earlier this year. Paradox Interactive's Cities: Skylines is finally coming to PS4 on August 15.
Admin revokes blocked program to protect immigrant parents
The immigration policy leaves the clause intact that allows children of undocumented citizens to remain in the United States . Prior to implementation of DAPA, twenty-six states challenged the policies established in the DAPA memorandum in the U.S.
British PM May faces mounting criticism over London tower block blaze
Queen Elizabeth, 91, and her grandson Prince William also visited residents and emergency workers on Friday. The British government has announced a 5 million-pound ($6.3 million) emergency fund for the victims.
Vegas holds trade cards during expansion draft window
Since the expansion draft started Sunday morning, McPhee has been negotiating with teams that want to protest exposed players. The point is that the Golden Knights seem happy with the cards they've been dealt ... and that they're open for business.
USA senators dare Trump to veto sanctions against Russian Federation
The measure would require a green light from Congress in the event sanctions on Russian Federation are relaxed, suspended or terminated.
South Africa Ombudsman Opposes Zuma Bid to Overturn Graft Report
She ordered steps to be taken enabling the government to recover R1.125 billion in misappropriated public funds from ABSA Bank. CIEX Limited was paid 600,000 British Pounds for services which were never used by the South African government.