Canadian police: Fatalities after bus crash involving junior hockey league team
Before the game, a moment of silence was observed, with players from both teams standing in a circle around centre ice. Three survivors of a deadly Canadian bus crash have been photographed holding hands in their hospital beds.
Pedal to the metal: Uber buys an e-bike sharing startup
The ruling means a French court was within its rights to fine Uber a couple years back for running an illegal transport service. As Reuters notes, this acquisition could potentially put Uber back on the map in worldwide markets where it has struggled.
StormTracker 13 Saturday morning forecast
In any case, a front will slide through Wednesday afternoon or evening, bringing a moderate chance of some rain showers. Our in-house forecast model does indicate a slight chance of a mountaintop flurry, otherwise, we are dry overnight.
Formula One: Raikkonen explains pit-lane incident that hospitalised mechanic
Both Bottas and Hamilton not only managed to match the Ferraris for pace on their Mediums, but also were going marginally quicker. Medical staff arrived on the scene immediately after the incident and he was then taken to a local hospital for surgery.
Harrowing footage shows girls jump from balcony to escape fire
According to Edgewater Fire Chief Steve Curry, five people were transported to local hospitals with non-life-threatening injuries. He was the first person on the scene, and said he saw two girls pounding on the glass on the second floor.
John Boehner Flips Stance on Pot Laws
Still, the drug remains federally illegal and is classified as a Schedule I narcotic, the harshest of five government ratings. The politicians' years in public office may help the company navigate the winding road to federal legalization.
Trump Expects To Meet North Korea's Kim in May Or Early June
Till then Washington was yet to hear directly from Pyongyang on the invitation extended by Kim via South Korean intermediaries. It remains unclear if Trump recognizes what "denuclearization of the Korean peninsula" might entail for the United States.
Why would Israel launch strikes on Syria?
Trump yesterday promised a rapid decision on action, as "we can not allow atrocities like that". The U.S. military has a wide range of warplanes and other capabilities in the Middle East.
Steve Wozniak Leaves Facebook Over Privacy Concerns
Recently, Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak announced that he is joining the opposition and will not use the service any longer. He said while Facebook made money off this, the users did not get any share of the profits back.
Viktor Orban maintains firm control of the Hungarian Parliament
With nearly all votes counted, the nationalist Jobbik party was in second place with 20 per cent of the vote. Orban's victory , however, is perceived by many in the West as a blow to democracy in Hungary .