US decide charged for immigrant’s get away

US decide charged for immigrant’s get away

Image copyright Getty Images A Massachusetts judge and court officer have been charged for allegedly helping an undocumented immigrant dodge immigration officials and escape court. The two allegedly allowed the man to exit through a courthouse back door while an immigration officer waited outside to arrest him. Boston-area judge Shelley Joseph and Wesley MacGregor have…

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North Korea ‘demanded $2m for US pupil’

North Korea ‘demanded $2m for US pupil’

Image copyright Reuters Image caption Mr Warmbier was sentenced to 15 years hard labour for attempting to steal a propaganda sign North Korea reportedly billed the US $2m (£1.5m) for the medical care of comatose American student Otto Warmbier. Warmbier was jailed in North Korea in December 2015 during an organised tour and died after…

Pentagon chief ‘did not favour’ Boeing

Pentagon chief ‘did not favour’ Boeing

Image copyright Getty Images Image caption Patrick Shanahan has been serving as acting defence secretary since January Acting US Defence Secretary Patrick Shanahan has been cleared of allegations that he showed favouritism towards Boeing, his ex-employer. The defence department’s inspector general had been investigating him over a complaint filed in March. A watchdog accused him…

James Holzhauer extends ‘Jeopardy!’ profitable hurry to 16 days. Here is how he did it

James Holzhauer extends ‘Jeopardy!’ profitable hurry to 16 days. Here is how he did it

Erin Jensen USA TODAY Published 7:42 PM EDT Apr 25, 2019 “Jeopardy!” legend-in-the-making James Holzhauer is revealing the secret sauce that’s made his exciting winning streak possible.  Holzhauer, 34, a professional sports gambler from Las Vegas, kept his streak alive on Thursday’s episode, bringing home $90,812 in a runaway victory. He has won a total of $1,225,987…

Narrative: North Korea billed US $2 million for Otto Warmbier’s sanatorium treatment

Narrative: North Korea billed US $2 million for Otto Warmbier’s sanatorium treatment

Sarah Brookbank and Cameron Knight and Max Londberg Cincinnati Enquirer Published 6:14 PM EDT Apr 25, 2019 North Korea sent a $2 million bill for Otto Warmbier’s medical bills when he was released from captivity in 2017, according to the Washington Post.  Warmbier, a 21-year-old college student from Wyoming, died shortly after being returned to…

Taylor Swift makes a shock study her Nashville mural

Taylor Swift makes a shock study her Nashville mural

Matthew Leimkuehler Nashville Tennessean Published 2:34 PM EDT Apr 25, 2019 Update: Hundreds of Taylor Swift fans flocked to the mural in Nashville’s Gulch on April 25 and we have coverage from the scene. Click here to follow the latest developments. Swift also confirmed that she commissioned the butterfly mural. No mystery may be too difficult for a Swiftie…

Trump’s big off-shore drilling conception in limbo after court ruling upholds exploration ban

Trump’s big off-shore drilling conception in limbo after court ruling upholds exploration ban

Ledyard King USA TODAY Published 7:06 PM EDT Apr 25, 2019 WASHINGTON – Environmental groups are cheering the indefinite delay of President Donald Trump’s controversial plan to expand oil and gas drilling off much of America’s shoreline, a program that’s a linchpin of his “energy dominance” agenda. Interior Secretary David Bernhardt told the Wall Street Journal Thursday…