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Sports - Goodell defends Ray Rice sanction

NFL commissioner Roger Goodell insisted Friday that his two-game suspension of Ravens running back Ray Rice for domestic abuse was an appropriate penalty. The suspension was widely criticized as too lenient, but Goodell, speaking on the eve of Football Hall of Fame induction ceremonies, said he had taken Rice`s prior sterling reputation into consideration, along with the Baltimore player`s comprehensive apology for his behavior. `Domestic violence is not acceptable,` Goodell said. Rice and Janay Palmer, who is now his wife, had an altercation in an Atlantic City casino elevator in February and security video posted online by showed Rice afterwards lifting a motionless Palmer, then his fiancee, out of the elevator and onto the floor.

Saturday, August 02, 2014  01:18


World - Bolt makes Comm Games debut after Glasgow uproar

GLASGOW, Scotland (AP) — If Scots were offended by Usain Bolt they didn`t show it on Friday as the Jamaican sprint star made his Commonwealth Games debut.

Friday, August 01, 2014  23:33


Top Stories - NYPD chokehold death ruled homicide

Video showed Eric Garner telling two officers several times, `I can`t breathe.`

Friday, August 01, 2014  23:59


World - Indian landslide kills 10, scores feared trapped

By Sruthi Gottipati NEW DELHI (Reuters) - Heavy rain triggered a landslide in rural western India that killed at least ten people and trapped up to 150 more after thick mud came crashing down on thatch huts and brick houses on Wednesday, a national disaster official said. Seven teams of 42 rescue workers each arrived at the disaster site, a village 60 km (37 miles) from the city of Pune, but rain, mud and poor communications hampered efforts, Sandeep Rai Rathore, inspector general of the national disaster force, told Reuters. `The figure, it could be up to 150.` At least 30 brick houses and thatch huts were badly damaged in the village in the Ambegaon sub-district, he said. Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi directed the home minister to rush to Pune to take stock of the situation.

Wednesday, July 30, 2014  14:45


World - Up to 150 people feared trapped in landslide in India

Heavy rain triggered a landslide in India on Wednesday burying up to 150 people and rescuers were struggling through mud to try to reach them, a disaster official said. The first batch of emergency workers had arrived at the scene, 60 km (37 miles) from the western city of Pune, but the rain, mud and poor communications were hampering rescue efforts, Sandeep Rai Rathore, inspector general of the national disaster force, told Reuters. Rainy season downpours, though vital for India`s agriculture, often bring disaster. Unprecedented rain in June last year wreaked havoc across India`s Himalayan state of Uttarakhand, causing rivers and lakes to burst their banks, inundating towns and villages and killing thousands of people.

Wednesday, July 30, 2014  11:12


Business - Argentina says debt battle can be resolved if good faith shown

By Richard Lough and Alejandro Lifschitz BUENOS AIRES (Reuters) - Argentina stressed on Friday that it was impossible to fulfill a U.S. court ruling ordering full payment to `holdout` investors suing the country but said a deal needed to avert a default on its debt is still possible. Argentina is staring down the barrel of a second default in 12 years if it is unable, before a July 30 deadline, to reach an agreement with the holdouts, New York hedge funds. U.S. District Judge Thomas Griesa on Tuesday ordered that Argentine officials meet continuously with the holdouts, whom the government portrays as `vultures` picking over the carcass of its $100 billion default in 2002. `With the good faith of the vulture funds and a rational attitude from Griesa, this litigation can be resolved,` Argentine cabinet chief Jorge Capitanich told reporters.

Friday, July 25, 2014  15:22


World - Campaign for an independent Scotland stalls before historic vote

By Andrew Osborn LONDON (Reuters) - The campaign for Scotland to break away from the United Kingdom has stalled just over a month before Scots decide whether to go it alone in a referendum, an analysis of the latest six opinion polls showed on Friday. It came as one of Scotland`s highest profile businesses, Royal Bank of Scotland, said a vote for independence could significantly increase its costs and have a material impact on its business. The poll research, published 47 days before the September 18 vote and before a televised debate on Tuesday between the leaders of the `Yes` and `No` campaigns, showed that the independence movement has been largely stuck in the 42-44 percent support range since March after making gains at the start of the year. Published in Britain`s The Independent newspaper, the analysis showed that if the results of the last six polls conducted in June and July were averaged out, 57 percent of Scots would reject independence and 43 percent would back breaking away.

Friday, August 01, 2014  15:05


World - Marine Le Pen could knock out Socialists in French president race: poll

French far-right leader Marine Le Pen would reach the final round of a presidential election if voters were to vote now, winning more votes than any mainstream party in the first round, a poll showed on Thursday. The survey by pollster IFOP showed Le Pen winning 26 percent of all votes in round one of the two-round election, versus 17 percent for either President Francois Hollande or his more popular prime minister, Manuel Valls. Le Pen, whose anti-European Union, anti-immigration party won most votes in the European Parliament election in May, would also get more votes in the first round than conservative ex-president Nicolas Sarkozy, whom the poll showed winning 25 percent of total votes.

Thursday, July 31, 2014  12:19


World - Dozens feared trapped in village landslide in India - TVs

NEW DELHI (Reuters) - Dozens of people are feared trapped after heavy rains triggered a landslide in a village in western India, television channels reported on Wednesday. Seven teams of 42 rescue workers each were on their way to the site near the western city of Pune on Wednesday morning, S.S. Guleria, deputy inspector general of operations at the National Disaster Response Force told Reuters. (Reporting by Sruthi Gottipati and Krishna N Das; editing by Malini Menon)

Wednesday, July 30, 2014  08:58


Business - E.R. Doctor Gives Up Practice to Become a NYT Bestselling Author

Imagine being an E.R. doctor. The interesting stories you`d have to tell would rival the make-believe stories told on hit TV shows of this similar genre. Then imagine giving it all up to pursue a career as a writer? There goes the stories, the sexy paycheck and the years of schooling. This isn`t a made up scenario or the plotline for a TV...

Thursday, July 31, 2014  18:34

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