• Oklahoma Woman Who Married Her Biological Mother Pleads Guilty To Incest
Oklahoma Woman Who Married Her Biological Mother Pleads Guilty To Incest

In addition to spending 10 years on probation, the judge also ordered her to undergo counseling and pay various court fees. Patricia Ann Spann also faces charges of incest and has pleaded not guilty. Patricia Spann is set to appear in court in January. Patricia allegedly told authorities she was reunited with Misty in 2014 after losing custody ...

Read more

  • Catalan parliament speaker to appear before Spain's Supreme Court
Catalan parliament speaker to appear before Spain's Supreme Court

The vote, however, suffered from turnout of 43% and had been declared "illegal" by the Spanish Constitutional Court before any votes were cast. The four lawmakers must pay bail of 25,000 euros (£22,155), while a fifth was released without bail.

Read more

  • Alabama may elect Moore anyway
Alabama may elect Moore anyway

It's the distance that would matter to the state Republican party, and more so for the national party. Corfman told The Washington Post that Moore sought a relationship with her when she was 14 and at one point touched her over her bra and underpants, she says, and guided her hand to touch him over his underwear.

Read more

  • Injured in France After Driver Rams Into Group of Students
Injured in France After Driver Rams Into Group of Students

The man was arrested on the spot. A driver was arrested after the collision, and the Toulouse prosecutor has been called to investigate, the ministry said. Police say the man is known for previous minor offences, notably drugs-related. He said he wanted revenge, but did not specify what for. Toulouse Prosecutor Pierre-Yves Couilleau said Frid...

Read more

  • 'Flexible' Pakistan allows wife to meet Kulbhushan Jadhav
'Flexible' Pakistan allows wife to meet Kulbhushan Jadhav

In a big win for Jhadav , his family and all the Indian, ICJ stayed the execution of alleged spy till it reached its final verdict. Kulbhushan Jhadev, a serving Commander of the Indian Navy , working with Indian Intelligence Agency RAW was apprehended by Pakistan law enforcement agencies a year ago after he illegally crossed over into Pakistan....

Read more

  • SC wonders how its two-judge bench usurped powers of CJI
SC wonders how its two-judge bench usurped powers of CJI

The cases, being probed by the Central Bureau of Investigation, involve allegations that former members of the higher judiciary took bribes to manipulate court orders in favour of medical colleges that had failed to get official registrations.

Read more

  • Melania Trump Brings Luxury Fashion to Great Wall of China
Melania Trump Brings Luxury Fashion to Great Wall of China

Asked if she discussed her nascent platform - helping children live better lives - with her Asian counterparts, Trump said it was one of the topics they shared. The first lady met another panda, Gu Gu, behind the scenes, according to the zoo's director, Li Xiaoguang. Beijing lends pandas to zoos around the world as a gesture of goodwill.

Read more

  • Angelina County schools to hold Veterans Day programs
Angelina County schools to hold Veterans Day programs

Mary's and the Public School as well as a noon lunch and an evening dinner at the Servicemen's Club. The majority of campus activities are scheduled on Friday, starting at Santa Fe Elementary School, which will conduct a program at 8 a.m.

Read more

  • Russian Federation to amend law to classify media as 'foreign agents'
Russian Federation to amend law to classify media as 'foreign agents'

Last month, Russian officials sent letters to news organizations in Russia that are backed by the USA government , warning them of possible "restrictions". "Blatant pressure on the Russian mass media confirms that the United States pursues the course of deliberately hurting our relations", the statement said.

Read more

  • Mueller team investigating pre-election meeting between Flynn and 'Putin's favorite congressman'
Mueller team investigating pre-election meeting between Flynn and 'Putin's favorite congressman'

The Wall Street Journal reported on November 10 that Flynn and his son, Michael Flynn Jr ., had discussed with Turkish representatives ways to hand over cleric Fethullah Gulen, whom Ankara accuses of instigating an attempted coup against Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan in July.

Read more

  • Russians Offered to Send Women to Trump's Moscow Hotel Room, Bodyguard Testifies
Russians Offered to Send Women to Trump's Moscow Hotel Room, Bodyguard Testifies

The dossier claims Trump would be vulnerable to blackmail by the Russians. The existence of the famed Russian " pee tape " may remain shrouded in mystery, but a former bodyguard for President Donald Trump reportedly has confirmed Trump was given the opportunity to host five women in his Moscow hotel room in 2013.

Read more

  • Manus refugees given 'two days to move' out of Manus Island accommodation
Manus refugees given 'two days to move' out of Manus Island accommodation

O' Neill said the Detention Centre was established for the objective of processing asylum claims which has been completed. A notice put up at the camp on Thursday warned "force may be used to relocate those who refuse to move voluntarily" by Saturday.

Read more

  • Republican tax bill would kill deductions for interest on student loans
Republican tax bill would kill deductions for interest on student loans

Millions of Americans would lose the ability to deduct up to $2,500 in student loan interest under the Republican tax bill. Issa was the first of California's 13 House Republicans to reveal his opposition to the bill, and although he did not explain what changes he would like to see, he did question the effectiveness of the proposed individual ta...

Read more

  • Breitbart News' Joel Pollak vs. MSNBC over Roy Moore Allegations
Breitbart News' Joel Pollak vs. MSNBC over Roy Moore Allegations

Moore has called the allegations "completely false". Debbie Wesson Gibson says she was 17 when Moore spoke to her high school class, when he was assistant district attorney, and when he would have been 34, or twice her age. The legal drinking age in Alabama was 19. Sexual contact with a minor in Alabama is considered misdemeanor sexual abuse, and...

Read more

  • Dhinakaran faction alleges political vendetta, says IT raids won't intimidate them
Dhinakaran faction alleges political vendetta, says IT raids won't intimidate them

As part of 'Operation Clean Money, ' the Income Tax department raided the offices of Jaya TV in Chennai . The faction led by TTV Dhinakaran has controlled the channels and the newspaper. Speaking to reporters after conducting gho-pooja at his Adyar residence, Dhinakaran said the raids were aimed at removing his aunt Sasikala and him from p...

Read more

  • Bomber Targeting Senior Police Officer Kills Four in Pakistan
Bomber Targeting Senior Police Officer Kills Four in Pakistan

Hours after the attack, the Pakistani Taliban , known as Tehrik-e-Taliban Pakistan , claimed responsibility. Shakeel has served as Deputy Inspector General (DIG) operations, acting DIG investigations and AIG operations, as well as holding a number of other key posts.

Read more

  • Modi, Sheikh Hasina flag off new train service
Modi, Sheikh Hasina flag off new train service

Modi, Hasina and Banerjee also inaugurated two bridges over river Meghna and river Titas in Bangladesh. Mentioning that connectivity is one of the main pillars of the Indo-Bangla bilateral cooperation, she said, "Our two countries are not only connected through rail, road, inland water and air, but we are connected through internet bandwidth, coa...

Read more

  • U.S. military to launch 3-carrier drill in Pacific
U.S. military to launch 3-carrier drill in Pacific

In the largest naval exercise in a decade, the USS Nimitz , USS Ronald Reagan and USS Theodore Roosevelt strike groups will soon join forces in the Pacific, Reuters first reported Monday. Navy's unique capability to operate multiple carrier strike groups as a coordinated strike force effort. North Korea will be at the top of the agenda as Tr...

Read more

  • TSA Fails To Spot Weapons More Than Half The Time
TSA Fails To Spot Weapons More Than Half The Time

TSA screeners, their equipment and procedures failed, according to the report. According to an unreleased and classified report, recent undercover tests conducted by the Department of Homeland Security at several US airport security checkpoints found that the federally employed screeners and their equipment failed to identify risky materials mo...

Read more

  • Paradise Papers | Queen's private estate sent millions to Bermuda and Cayman Islands
Paradise Papers | Queen's private estate sent millions to Bermuda and Cayman Islands

To a query at the CBI conference on Monday about whether the Queen should say sorry for making overseas investments or not, Corbyn replied that anyone putting money into tax havens for the purposes of avoidance should "not just apologise for it, recognise what it does to our society".

Read more