TOKYO—President Trump said he didn’t think North Korea’s missile tests were a violation of United Nations Security Council resolutions and acknowledged disagreement with his advisers. “I view it differently,” Mr. Trump said Monday, speaking at a news conference with Japan’s Prime Minister Shinzo Abe. The president said North Korean leader...
Source:Wall Street Journal
May 27, 2019 07:30 UTC
(CNN) University of Wisconsin assistant men's basketball coach Howard Moore lost his wife and young daughter in a fatal car accident near Ann Arbor, Michigan early Saturday morning. Moore, his wife and his two children were hit head-on by a female driver going the wrong way, Michigan State Police said. That driver, along with Moore's 9-year-old daughter Jaidyn and his wife, Jennifer, died as a result of the crash, police said. Moore, 46, and his 13-year-old son Jerell are being treated at the University of Michigan Hospital. On behalf of the @MichStatePolice, our heartfelt condolences to the entire UW Badger family during this extremely difficult time.
May 27, 2019 06:22 UTC
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV said Monday it was proposing a merger with Renault SA, a move that is likely to shake up the global automotive industry. In a news release, the company said the combined business would be 50% owned by FCA shareholders and 50% by Groupe Renault shareholders with a “balanced governance structure.” They said the majority of the board would be independent.
Source:Wall Street Journal
May 27, 2019 05:37 UTC
Three members of a New Jersey family driving in upstate New York to visit the Niagara Falls for Memorial Day weekend died after their SUV was hit by an alleged drunk driver, reports said. The SUV was reportedly carrying nine people in the family and was hit at an intersection in Sheldon, N.Y., at around 6:39 a.m., NJ.com reported. The report said that the driver of a pickup truck blew through a stop sign. A child, 4, was rushed to a nearby hospital with head injuries and died there, the report said. GET THE FOX NEWS APPNJ.com reported that the victims’ identification has been withheld until further family notification.
May 27, 2019 04:52 UTC
The University of Wisconsin said Sunday that the wife and daughter of men’s basketball assistant coach Howard Moore were killed in a Michigan automobile accident. Moore’s wife, Jennifer, and daughter, Jaidyn, were killed early Saturday in the crash on the M-14 highway in Washtenaw County’s Superior Township, the department said. “There are no words to describe how devastated we are for Howard and his family,” Wisconsin coach Greg Gard said. “Our basketball program is an extremely close family and we are all grieving.”Samantha Winchester of Ann Arbor was traveling west in the eastbound lanes of the Detroit-area freeway when she struck a car head-on that was carrying the Moore family, Michigan State Police Lt. Darren Green said. Our prayers, love and support go out to the Moore and Barnes family.”
May 27, 2019 04:41 UTC
(CNN) Houston Texans defensive end J.J. Watt and Houston Dash forward Kealia Ohai made their engagement official on Sunday. The couple, from their respective accounts, tweeted pictures of Watt proposing to Ohai. 2 overall pick in the 2014 National Women's Soccer League College Draft, according to her profile on the Dash's website . Watt has been playing in the NFL since 2011 and has played his entire career with the Texans. He was awarded the 2017 Walter Payton NFL Man of the Year Award for his efforts.
May 27, 2019 04:30 UTC
(CNN) Curtis Rogers, the founder of the free DNA website GEDMatch, wanted to do all he could to help police solve a disturbing assault case out of Utah. But there was one problem: GEDMatch's own terms of service didn't allow police to use the site for this Utah assault case. Utah assault case solved with milk containerThis fierce debate stems from an attack last November in Centerville, Utah. Moore said she initially declined to help because using GEDMatch to solve an assault case would violate the terms of service. Rogers said he was convinced he saved people's lives with the exception in the assault case.
May 27, 2019 04:18 UTC
A New Jersey stadium went wild on Sunday when a 96-year-old played a touching rendition of the National Anthem on his harmonica ahead of Memorial Day. Pete DuPre played the tune at halftime during the U.S. women’s national soccer team’s USWNT match against Mexico at Red Bull Arena in Harrington. DuPre, whose musical abilities have earned him the nickname “Harmonica Pete,” has reportedly played the national anthem live before. SUBSTITUTE SINGER APOLOGIZES AFTER ‘WORST RENDITION’ OF NATIONAL ANTHEM GOES VIRALThe 96-year-old served as a medic in the 114th General Hospital Unit in Kidderminster, England where he treated wounded service members from across Europe during World War II, USWNT told nj.com. CLICK HERE TO GET THE FOX NEWS APPUSWNT -- coming into the match unbeaten in their last eight games -- capped of their send-off series with a 3-0 win over Mexico.
May 27, 2019 04:07 UTC
Arnold Schwarzenegger, the actor and former governor of California, on Sunday reportedly reached out to the 102-year-old Los Angeles woman being booted from her apartment where she lived for 30 years so the landlord’s daughter can move in. Schwarzenegger called the move “heartless” and said he’ll be reaching out to help her. He also issued a warning to landlords, saying: “You’ll hear from me, too.”“Imagine doing this to a 102-year-old woman who gave back to the community her whole life,” the actor said on Twitter. The Los Angeles Rent Stabilization Ordinance says that landlords in the county can evict tenants to accommodate a relative, but they must start with the most recent resident. GET THE FOX NEWS APPIn response to KCAL asking the landlord why they would evict a 102-year-old woman, they replied: “Would you take care of your child?”Fox News' Brie Stimson contributed to this report
May 27, 2019 03:30 UTC
BALTIMORE TV ANCHOR MARY BUBALA OUSTED AFTER ASKING CONTROVERSIAL QUESTION ABOUT CITY'S RECENT MAYORS“I went to [Moonves], who told me he didn’t share my concerns,” Pelley said. I didn’t hear back from him but in the next opportunity in my contact, I was let go from the Evening News.”Pelley called the last several years “a dark period” of “incompetent management” and hostile work environments within the news division. He said things have changed, though, and offered praise for his new higher-ups at CBS News — including president Susan Zirinsky and “60 Minutes” executive producer Bill Owens. GET THE FOX NEWS APP“It’s all blue sky from here,” Pelley said. “I know these people and I know we’re on the right track.”To read more from The New York Post, click here.
May 27, 2019 03:11 UTC
In fact, far-left incumbent mayors lost tight elections in Spain’s two largest cities, Madrid and Barcelona. The Socialists secured 20 of the 54 seats granted to Spanish lawmakers within the European Parliament, according to preliminary results, up from the 14 seats that the Socialists had previously held. A former leader of Catalonia, Carles Puigdemont, was elected on Sunday to the European Parliament, as was his former deputy in the Catalan government, Oriol Junqueras. Sunday’s election puts into question the survival of Pablo Iglesias as leader of the far-left Unidas Podemos party. Having transformed Podemos into Spain’s third-largest party in 2015, Mr. Iglesias has more recently presided over the fracturing of his party as well as election setbacks.
Source:New York Times
May 27, 2019 02:15 UTC
The Sparks’ key players were less prepared. Chiney Ogwumike, who was acquired shortly before the start of training camp in a trade with the Connecticut Sun, struggled all game to find a rhythm with her new team. She shot just one of 10 from the field, finishing with two points and six rebounds. Chelsea Gray, fresh off a career year, had just eight points, two rebounds and four assists.
May 27, 2019 02:15 UTC
Season 4, Episode 10: ‘New Year’s Day’“All is quiet on New Year’s Day.” Fat chance, Bono. U2’s wintry hit “New Year’s Day” may kick off the “Billions” episode it shares a title with, but Bono’s opening line certainly doesn’t describe it. The focus of the episode falls on Wendy, who has become the show’s protagonist since Bobby and Chuck declared a cease-fire on her behalf. Recognizing his wife’s dire straits, Chuck suggests a bargain: accept a suspension and probation in exchange for eventual expunction. When he advises her to take the deal instead of make a deal, though, the jig is up.
Source:New York Times
May 27, 2019 01:52 UTC
After an adjustment they bought into the relentless forechecking and rugged physicality Berube has preached and they soared. Forward Jaden Schwartz has been exceptional this spring: he scored 11 goals in 69 regular-season games but has scored 12 goals in 19 postseason contests. Linemate Vladimir Tarasenko single-handedly wrecked the San Jose Sharks in the conference final, collecting three goals and eight points. Defenseman Alex Pietrangelo’s 13 points is the most from a Blues defenseman in one postseason, while Colton Parayko and Jay Bouwmeester form an effective shutdown pair. Bouwmeester will play in his first Cup Final at age 35.
May 27, 2019 01:30 UTC