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Worldwide Police say dozens of infant remains found in second Detroit funeral home
Author: 0 Police say dozens of infant remains found in second Detroit funeral home

MI authorities say they've found improperly kept remains of fetuses and infants at a second Detroit funeral home, just one week after similar remains were found at the first. Cantrell did not respond to CNN's request for comment. The incident comes about a week after the badly decomposed bodies of 11 babies were found hidden in a false ceiling at a different funeral home in the MI city.

Worldwide Justice Department investigating clergy sex abuse in Pennsylvania
Author: 0 Justice Department investigating clergy sex abuse in Pennsylvania

Meanwhile, the Buffalo Diocese in upstate NY has confirmed that it responded to a federal subpoena months ago by turning over requested documents. "The Diocese sees itself as a partner with law enforcement in its goal to eliminate the abuse of minors wherever it may occur in society".

Author: 0 John Kelly and John Bolton Argue Over Immigration

Two people described the exchange as less a shouting match than an intense argument. Trump on Thursday tweeted that he was prepared to call out the military and even close the border if the "onslaught" is not stopped. It's not clear if Trump heard the argument. After the confrontation was reported , White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders issued a statement indicating that there are no hard feelings among the president's senior advisers.

Worldwide ‘Any Guy That Can Do a Body Slam, He’s My Candidate’
Author: 0 ‘Any Guy That Can Do a Body Slam, He’s My Candidate’

Trump said "Any guy that can do a body slam. he's my guy", at a rally in Montana. Given that Trump's under fire for his reaction to the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi , you'd think he might take it easy on the "violence against reporters" angle.

Worldwide Russian woman charged with U.S. election interference
Author: 0 Russian woman charged with U.S. election interference

But the statement noted, "We are concerned about ongoing campaigns by Russia , China and other foreign actors, including Iran, to undermine confidence in democratic institutions and influence public sentiment and government policies". The social media efforts specifically focused on the shootings of church members in Charleston, South Carolina, and concert attendees in Las Vegas, Nevada, the Charlottesville "Unite the Right" rally, which left one counterprotester dead, and police shootings of ...

Worldwide Teenager kills 19 in Crimea college shooting: Russian officials
Author: 0 Teenager kills 19 in Crimea college shooting: Russian officials

Russia's Investigative Committee named the shooter as 18-year-old Vladislav Roslyakov, a student at the college. The blast was initially thought to have been caused by a gas canister but Russia's anti-terror agency, the National Anti-Terrorism Committee (NAC), said an "unknown explosive device" was used.

Worldwide Trump threatens to send military against immigrant ‘onslaught’
Author: 0 Trump threatens to send military against immigrant ‘onslaught’

The caravan of disorganized women, men and children headed toward the border post Friday morning. "It's not simply sitting on a bus and it's not a fun ride". The US no longer has to house them until their cases are heard. Others were carrying young children in their arms. "We are not going to attend to the issue only with deportations or means of force".

Worldwide Meghan Markle reveals her one weakness and it might surprise you!
Author: 0 Meghan Markle reveals her one weakness and it might surprise you!

The Duke and Duchess were at the beach to learn about the BeachPatrol program, clearing Melbourne's shores of litter to reduce the negative impact on the environment and food chain. Videos and pictures circulating all over the internet show the boy casually stroking Prince Harry's beard like it's no big deal before giving hugs to the royal couple.

Worldwide European Union summit: Theresa May says 'maybe' to transition period extension
Author: 0 European Union summit: Theresa May says 'maybe' to transition period extension

French President Emmanuel Macron speaks with the President of the European Commission Jean-Claude Juncker during the EU summit in Brussels , Belgium. However, an extension does not in and of itself solve May's problem, which is that she has yet to fully decide, let alone agree, what sort of relationship she wants to secure during that additional transition period.

Worldwide Prince Harry embraces teenager in Melbourne, breaking royal protocol
Author: 0 Prince Harry embraces teenager in Melbourne, breaking royal protocol

Meghan told the boy they'd been given a long list of names. Historic snaps of Harry training in the army, strolling with Meghan Markle , and of their wedding day reveal he has barely kept it off his wrist for the past 20 years. The couple were greeted by cheers and screams as they arrived at Bondi, the latest stop on their Australian tour, just before 08:30 local time on Friday morning.

Worldwide Canada Legalizes Marijuana, Plans To Offer Pardons For 'Minor Pot Convictions'
Author: 0 Canada Legalizes Marijuana, Plans To Offer Pardons For 'Minor Pot Convictions'

The process, government ministers say, would be similar to the process used to pardon Canadians convicted of engaging in sexual activity with other members of the same sex before Canada passed sweeping anti-discrimination laws. Chief executive of retailer Fire and Flower, Trevor Fencott, said its five stores in Alberta and Saskatchewan are fully stocked but it won't launch its online store for Saskatchewan until it receives more supply.

Worldwide Pope accepts Kim Jong-un's invitation to North Korea
Author: 0 Pope accepts Kim Jong-un's invitation to North Korea

Interested in Pope Francis? Moon and the pope met behind closed doors in the Apostolic Palace, with South Korean priest Han Hyun-taek serving as an interpreter, shortly after noon local time. like the special mass for peace even during the busy weeks of Synod, or the meeting with bishops from around the world, ... there's optimism the Pope may in fact make the historic trip.

Worldwide Boko Haram kills second kidnapped aid worker in Nigeria: Red Cross
Author: 0 Boko Haram kills second kidnapped aid worker in Nigeria: Red Cross

Two of the kidnapped women, Hauwa Liman and Saifura Khorsa, worked for the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC ), while the third, Alice Loksha , worked for the United Nations children's agency, UNICEF. He thanked all the friendly governments that have continued to work with Nigeria for the safe release of the abducted women, and the clerics across religious lines who have been pleading for their release.

Worldwide Europe Offers Britain an Olive Branch to Break Brexit Impasse
Author: 0 Europe Offers Britain an Olive Branch to Break Brexit Impasse

Both sides are coming under pressure from business to reach agreement soon to avoid firms running up needless costs. President of the European Council Donald Tusk has previously indicated that if May and Barnier do not make significant progress towards a draft deal he will not call the planned November summit.

Worldwide Harvard faces trial over claims of bias against Asian Americans
Author: 0 Harvard faces trial over claims of bias against Asian Americans

Harvard's lawyers depicted the lawsuit as an attack on the school and many others that consider race as a way to admit a diverse mix of students. A diversity rally near the Harvard University campus. District Judge Allison D. Burroughs starting Monday. In August, the federal Department of Justice expressed support for the plaintiffs in court documents.

Worldwide Recreational marijuana now legal in Canada
Author: 0 Recreational marijuana now legal in Canada

Nearly three years since the Trudeau Liberals were elected - cannabis products are now legal in Canada . In neighbouring USA, nine states and the District of Columbia have legalised marijuana. The AP reported that more than 100 legal pot shops are expected to open on Wednesday. At a briefing held just hours before cannabis is legal in Canada, federal officials told reporters Tuesday that internal discussions have focused on an application-based process for speeding up pot pardons, instead ...

Worldwide Student bakes, shares cookies containing grandparent’s ashes
Author: 0 Student bakes, shares cookies containing grandparent’s ashes

The alleged incident, which Doroshov said occurred on October 4, was not made public until the outraged parents of a male student contacted Sacramento's FOX 40 News on Monday . That student's mother says she met with Da Vinci Charter Academy Principal Tyler Millsap and demanded a copy of the statement her son was asked to sign.

Worldwide German police 'not ruling out terror' motive in Cologne hostage-taking
Author: 0 German police 'not ruling out terror' motive in Cologne hostage-taking

Heavily armed police now surround the station, which has been evacuated and closed off to the public. No information as to the suspect's identity or motive was provided by police. Ambulances and heavily-armed police were lined up and waiting behind the train station. A woman held hostage by the perpetrator was only "lightly wounded", police tweeted shortly after she was freed around 3:00 pm (1300 GMT).

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Author: 0 Trump says "rogue killers" may be behind Khashoggi disappearance

He didn't really know, maybe, I don't want to get into his mind but it sounded to me like maybe it could have been rogue killers , who knows? Actor Gerard Butler said on Monday he canceled an upcoming trip to Saudi Arabia to promote a new film because it felt like an "incredibly insensitive" time to visit amid activist Jamal Khashoggi's disappearance.