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58-year-old Indian man detained at Atlanta airport, dies in custody

Atul Kumar Babubhai Patel, taken into custody by Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) officials, died due to congestive heart failure on Wednesday, the American Bazaar Online reported on Friday. The agency advised Indian consular representatives who have notified Patel's next of kin, ICE said. An Indian-American man died on Tuesday afternoon in the custody of the U.S.

Trump slams Iran in first foreign speech

Trump called the fight against extremists a battle "between good and evil," adding that it "is not a battle between different faiths, different sects, or different civilizations". Saudi Arabia accuses its Shiite rival Iran of trying to turn the Houthis into a militant group similar to Lebanon's Hezbollah. The groups that the United States has been fighting in Afghanistan, Iraq and elsewhere since the September 11, 2001 attacks on Washington and NY are mostly Sunni Muslims, and enemies of Iran.

Congressman threatened with lynching after calling for Trump's impeachment

Director overseeing a lawful investigation of the President's campaign ties to Russian influence in the President's 2016 Election. British bookmaker Betfair also said that punters had bet more than 5,000 pounds ($6,470) on an early departure for Trump in the hours after it was reported Trump had asked Comey to shut down the Russian Federation investigation.

Thompson rolls to easy win at Kingsmill

On a cloudy Sunday afternoon at Kingsmill Resort's River Course, buoyed by a supportive gallery rooting for her redemption, Thompson made a convincing case that she has put it behind her. "I was playing golf the next day", she said. "I just felt in control of my game and a lot more relaxed between shots". She posted a bogey-free 67.

Dem Rep. Says He Was Threatened With Lynching After Calling For Impeachment

On Tuesday, Green laid out his case to ABC News' Ben Siegel: "I think the president has committed an impeachable act, and having done so, he should be impeached". In order to impeach the President, a majority of members in the House of Representatives is needed, but no republicans have supported his impeachment.

Impeachment: Donald Trump's worst nightmare?

Trump's mind-boggling sacking of James Comey, former Federal Bureau of Investigation director, earlier this month has got him into hot water and bitter infighting within the party. It showed that only 38 percent of Americans approved of Trump's performance as president, while 57 percent were unhappy with it. Trump's predecessor Barack Obama had an approval rating of 64 percent at this point in his presidency.

Roger Ailes, former Fox News chief, dead at 77

A controversial and influential figure in American politics and entertainment, Ailes personally oversaw Fox News programming after the network's launch in 1996. Our thoughts and prayers now turn to him, his Wife Beth, his son Zachary , his brother and his family. A master of communications, Mr. Ailes turned Rupert Murdoch's dream of a cable outfit that leaned right yet offered viewers more ideological balance, into a powerhouse.

Where Richmond kids can see a dentist for free Sunday

Kool Smiles will be offering free dental care for children up to 18 years old from 9 a.m.to noon today. "We're able to see lots of kids with various insurances throughout the year, specifically a lot of Medicaid", explained Dr. Kool Smiles on Gregory will offer free services for uninsured and underinsured Texoma children. "We are treating cavities, doing fillings, stainless steel crowns and for the front teeth, we do small crowns and extractions", Chennupati said.

Texas revives 'bathroom bill,' but only for public schools

They predicted even more litigation. Chris Turner , D-Grand Prairie, chairman of the House Democratic Caucus. The bill breezing through the Legislature marks a busy week and month involving legislation backed by the Republican state senator.

Jury acquits Tulsa cop in shooting of unarmed black man

McMurray says Shelby is ready to get back to her life. "I did everything I could to stop this", she said . Instead of checking on Crutcher after the shooting, Shelby walked to the back of a patrol vehicle, where another police officer attempted to comfort her, police video footage showed.

Melania Trump hails "empowerment of women" at Saudi company visit

President Donald Trump kicked off the second day of his crucial trip to Saudi Arabia aimed at resetting relations with the Muslim world by meeting regional leaders. Al-Jubeir praised Trump for renewing ties between the two countries, and pointed to the "extremely, extremely productive and historic visit". "That was a tremendous day ".

Ilham Aliyev attends Arab Islamic American Summit in Riyadh

He declared Islam "one of the world's great faiths". Interestingly, Trump had criticised former first lady Michelle Obama for failing to wear the head covering when she visited the Arab nation in 2015, Efe reported. "Until the Iranian regime is willing to be a partner for peace, all nations of conscience must work together to isolate it... and pray for the day when the Iranian people have the just and righteous government they so richly deserve".

Trump's Saudi Arabia trip in six sentences

By focusing on Muslim governments rather than people, and by focusing on terrorism rather than the broader conditions of the Middle East that catalyze volatility and violence, he broke with his two immediate predecessors' strategies for engaging the Muslim world.

Amarillo's Peace Officers Memorial Day Remembrance

This is the 36th year that the Paternal Order of Police has honored the memory of the fearless men and women who have lost their lives in the line of duty with this service and ceremony. If you see a Northampton police officer on the streets this week, pay attention to what he or she is wearing. Past year also saw the highest number of officers killed in ambush-style attacks in over two decades.

Ivanka Trump says Saudi progress on women 'encouraging'

President Donald Trump signed a $110 billion arms deal with Saudi Arabia after arriving in Riyadh on Saturday to start his first trip overseas as president, focusing on strengthening ties to combat terrorism. The visit may mark a significant turning-point in US-Gulf relations following tensions between the Obama administration and several Gulf countries over their human rights records.

Chad Brown dedicates Preakness to late mentor Bobby Frankel

Oh, and one more thing, Always Dreaming's Preakness showing was the worst by a Kentucky Derby victor since Super Saver also ran eighth in 2010. Javier Castellano was aboard Cloud Computing for the first time on Saturday, a switch dictated by Brown, who wanted his go-to rider to get the colt into the race from the start and keep him there.

Saudis to ink $154b arms deal as Trump kicks off visit

Mr Trump's meeting with the king came ahead of a conference with leaders from across the Arab world today. "Saudi Arabia's progress, especially in recent years, is very encouraging", Trump's eldest daughter told a group of Saudi women she met in Riyadh while accompanying her father on a visit to the Muslim kingdom.

What Melania Wore: First lady's Saudi style a big deal

Despite his domestic troubles, Trump was expected to get a warm reception in Saudi Arabia. Raytheon Company, a technology and innovation leader specialising in defence and cybersecurity solutions, has joined forces with the newly-created Saudi Arabia Military Industries to launch its new company in the kingdom.

Obama warned Trump not to hire Flynn as national security advisor

Even so, there's a growing sense in Russian Federation that Trump's opponents in the USA political establishment are determined to oust him, said Oleg Morozov, a former senior Kremlin official who now serves on the worldwide affairs committee of the upper house of Russia's parliament.

Venezuela opposition leader blocked from traveling to UN

On Monday Venezuelans launched a seventh week of anti-government demonstrations by blocking roads, vowing not to budge all day in protest at a deadly political and economic crisis. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said in a statement . In a video posted on Twitter, Capriles said his passport had been "stolen" from him by Venezuelan immigration authorities at Caracas' global airport.

Curtain falls on 'Greatest Show on Earth' after 146 years

Clarissa Williams, of West Hempstead, N.Y., poses with her daughter Nylah, 8, after seeing one of the final shows of Ringling Brothers and Barnum & Bailey circus at the Nassau Veteran's Memorial Coliseum in Uniondale, N.Y., Saturday, May 20, 2017.

Talks on airplane laptop ban end with no ban, more talks

USA and United Kingdom authorities implemented a ban on larger mobile devices being taken into airline cabins on some flights from the Middle East and North Africa in March. Officials from Homeland Security met last week with high-ranking executives of the three leading USA. airlines - American, Delta and United - and the industry's leading U.S.

US considers banning laptops on all flights from Europe

The Daily Beast reported in March that the original ban came after intelligence was gathered during a raid on al-Qaeda in Yemen in January. "DHS continues to evaluate the threat environment and will make changes when necessary to keep air travellers safe".

Autopsy reveals official cause of death of 6-year-old in Jackson

Kimberly Smith, the principal of North Jackson Elementary School, told local media he was "a sweet child to be around" and "everybody's baby". "To me, it's hatred"."There is nothing out there worth taking a 6-year-old's life", the boy's uncle said.

Donald Trump Scandals No Issue For Saudi Says Saudi Senior Cabinet Minister

In a widely-anticipated speech to Muslim leaders on the second day of his visit to Saudi Arabia in which he described the fight against terrorism as a "battle between good and evil", Mr Trump stressed that while America will continue to support allies in the fight against terrorism, its policy will be rooted in "principled realism", not "inflexible ideology".

Suspect shot at man, but killed girlfriend at bar

Police responded to a shooting call about 3:50 a.m.at the Tiger Cabaret Club at 9125 E. R.L. Thornton Freeway. According to police, witnesses say the incident started when Saucedo began fighting with another man inside the club. A young woman is dead and another injured after they were shot during a fight that broke out in front of a Dallas nightclub early Sunday morning. Saucedo grabbed his gun and shot at the man but struck Tavares multiple times, police said.

Hahn leads, Garcia sixth at Byron Nelson golf

Fellow American Hahn, 35, who is in line to add to his two PGA Tour titles, struck six birdies in his six-under-par 64 to lead on 12 under, one ahead of compatriot Billy Horschel. The 47-year-old backed it up with longer birdie putts at the par-4 eighth and ninth holes. "It always helps when things are clicking that way". Kokrak had his first bogey in 34 holes after missing the fairway at No.

Sean Hannity has message for Roger Ailes' enemies

His death was announced in a statement by his wife, Elizabeth Ailes, to The Drudge Report . "They would say, 'I'm going to see Roger, gotta look beautiful!' One of them came back down after a meeting, and the makeup on her nose and chin was gone".

Graduates walk out on Pence at Notre Dame commencement

As the keynote speaker for commencement ceremonies, Pence was greeted with loud applause when he took the podium. Students had previously met with the Notre Dame police chief to figure out the most peaceful and "respectful" way to exit the stadium, student leader Bryan Ricketts told the Indianapolis Star .

'Fast decision' on Federal Bureau of Investigation director could be coming, Trump says

The congressman also said there is a need for an independent commission or fully independent prosecutor to investigate and bring to light the truth of the aforementioned concerns. "We don't have press conferences", Trump said. The rationale provided by the White House during the first 48 hours after the news broke was that Comey was sacked because Trump had lost faith in him after Comey bungled the Clinton investigation.

Fans thankful to see 'Greatest Show on Earth' one final time

Ringling's parent company, Feld Entertainment , announced in January it would close the production, citing declining attendance and high operating costs. (AP Photo/Julie Jacobson) Clowns with the Ringling Bros. circus red unit wait backstage for the start of the show, May 5. Clarissa Williams, a 38-year-old stay-at-home mom from West Hempstead, New York, took her 8-year-old daughter, Nylah, to the show.

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina in Saudi Arabia

Trump's major speech on Islam takes place on his first foreign trip as president and in the cradle of the Islamic faith. On the first day of Trump's visit, the U.S. First Lady Melania Trump ignored her husband's criticism of her predecessor Michelle Obama's refusal to wear a headscarf in Saudi Arabia by doing exactly the same thing yesterday.

N. Korea fires missile in latest test, US and S. Korea say

Commander David Benham, a U.S. Pacific Command spokesman, also addressed the missile launch, saying in a statement, "U.S". A White House official visiting Saudi Arabia with Trump appeared to play down today's firing. North Korea's latest launch came hours after Moon named his new foreign minister nominee and top advisers for security and foreign policy. He did not make a public statement after the meeting.

Packed field of Utah candidates vie for Chaffetz seat

Chaffetz tweeted that the House oversight panel will see Comey's memo "if it exists". At his monthly press event at KUED, Governor Herbert opened the briefing with the main topic of the day, dealing with the resignation of Utah's Jason Chaffetz in Congressional District 3.

President Trump denies collusion with Russian Federation

Even before Mr Trump's provocative tweet, the White House was scrambling to clarify why Mr Comey was sacked. One source close to Trump said that while they didn't know whether Trump was recording White House conversations, they also wouldn't be surprised if he was.