Bus Blocks Live Television Shot Of Georgia Dome Explosion
The explosives bought the Georgia Dome to the ground in just 15 seconds, and luckily some other people managed a better shot. Several streets and parts of Atlantas transit system were closed, police said, to accommodate the blast and spectators.
US Navy aircraft carrying 11 crashes off Japan
Their names were being withheld pending next of kin notification, the 7th Fleet said. "Prayers for all involved". The Japan-based 7th fleet says that search and rescue operation has now been launched from the carrier.
Pakistan's Mohammad Hafeez suspended after ICC finds bowling action illegal
He tweeted after the news of his suspension came out that he will work twice as hard to rectify his action this time. This is the third time in three years that Hafeez has been suspended from bowling in worldwide matches.
$1tn Norwegian oil fund plans to ditch oil and gas stocks
At the earliest, the ministry's first opportunity could come in the spring, with a vote in parliament in June. The news of a possible divestment shook Europe's index of oil and gas shares.
Gerry Adams to retire as Sinn Fein president next year
Many believe Sinn Fein's popularity among voters is hampered by the presence of leaders from Ireland's era of Troubles. One of the most prominent figures of Irish politics, Gerry Adams has been Sinn Fein's president for the past 34 years.
Iran Accuses Saudi Arabia of Pushing for War
President Michel Aoun, has refused to accept Hariri's resignation and accused Saudi Arabia of holding him against his will. Relations between Saudi Arabia and Iran have been rocky since the 1979 Iranian revolution.
Pennsylvania's unemployment rate reaches lowest point in 10 years
Professional and business services had shown the most growth this year, adding more than 4,000 jobs. Both of those represent changes of less than 0.5 percent.
North Korea Says US Actions Justify Use Of Nuclear Weapons
Surprisingly, North and South Korean soldiers did not exchange fire in the first shooting in the area in more than three decades. This constitutes a violation of the armistice agreement that the two sides signed at the end of the Korean War in 1953.
Why did Congress sit on Rafale deal for 10 years: Nirmala Sitharaman
Presenting the detailed timeline of the case she pinned the blame of the delay in the deal on the then UPA government. We have negotiated for 36 French fighter aircraft Rafale (at a price) lower than that in the contract.
Taylor Swift's 'Reputation' sells a million copies in four days
The blonde-haired beauty documented her surprise visit on her Instagram Story , which lasts on the site for 24 hours. If " reputation " indeed sells over 1.3 million copies, it will set a new career record for Swift.