Severe storms in forecast for Oklahoma much of this week

Severe storms in forecast for Oklahoma much of this week

Mild weather returns Tuesday with a small chance of rain and partly sunny skies on Wednesday . Tornadoes, damaging winds, and large hail will all be possible. It will be close enough Thursday morning to spark some isolated storms in Mississippi. We will continue to track the potential of storms closely! In summary, storms tonight will be loud and potentially clunky (hail possible), but the greatest threat will hold off until midday or afternoon on Wednesday . Read More

South Korea seeks warrant for ex-President Park Geun-hye's arrest

The statement said Park had denied most of criminal charges despite the collection of multiple evidences. The March 10 ruling made Park South Korea's first democratically elected leader to be forced out of office since democracy replaced dictatorship in the late 1980s. Read More

Taiwan lawmakers hope Hong Kongers can choose government leader

There were multiple reports of Beijing lobbying for her and, a few days before the polls, Hong Kong's richest man , Li Ka-shing, made comments seen by many as endorsing her. She received 777 votes among a 1,194-member panel dominated by pro-Beijing politicians and business leaders to become the city's first female leader. Read More

Rock 'n' roll inventor Chuck Berry's music transcended racial barrier

Rock 'n' roll inventor Chuck Berry's music transcended racial barrier

Goode ", died today in St. Charles County, Mo. Listen to Bob Dylan unfurl his story of paranoia in "Subterranean Homesick Blues" or his old man's boast in "Thunder On the Mountain", or the Rolling Stones' mockery in "Respectable", songs inconceivable without Berry's " Maybellene " and " Too Much Monkey Business " among others. Read More

Netherlands sack coach Danny Blind after latest setback

A disappointing start to World Cup qualifying, which has included a home defeat to France alongside the Bulgaria loss, has left the Dutch in real danger of missing out on a second straight major championship after they failed to qualify for Euro 2016. Read More

Christy Moore sings at the graveside of Martin McGuinness

She took her place a few seats from Bill Clinton, who as USA president had been a key architect of the Good Friday agreement that had pulled Ulster back from the abyss. Clinton said McGuinness played a pivotal role in the IRA's 27-year campaign of violence, led Sinn Fein's negotiating team that shaped the Good Friday peace accord of 1998, became the top Irish Catholic in the region's unity government - and noted the irony of it all. Read More

FAI leads tributes following tragic death of Irish footballer Ryan McBride

FAI leads tributes following tragic death of Irish footballer Ryan McBride

McBride started playing for his hometown club in 2011 and has played alongside current Republic of Ireland and West Brom star James McClean. Former Liverpool striker Stan Collymore was also moved by the news, sending his "sincere condolences" to the family and friends of the player. Read More

Former Russian politician shot dead in Ukraine

Former Russian politician shot dead in Ukraine

After his move to Ukraine, Russian investigators filed fraud charges against Voronenkov in connection with his business activities. Ukraine's chief prosecutor, Yuriy Lutsenko, said Mr Voronenkov was killed shortly before meeting another fugitive Russian legislator, Ilya Ponomaryov. Read More

High-street banks 'exploited by Russian Federation to launder $740m'

High-street banks 'exploited by Russian Federation to launder $740m'

Global money-laundering investigators believe that British banks , including Barclays, HSBC, Royal Bank of Scotland and Coutts, unwittingly helped to move more than $738 million of money linked with an alleged Russian criminal scheme between 2010 and 2014. Read More

BJP-led govt wins Manipur trust vote

But the BJP joined hands with the Naga People's Front (NPF) and National People's Party (NPP), which have four legislators each, as well as an independent and a member each from LJP and Trinamool. The government's priority is to develop infrastructure in the hills. The governor will address the House and the new government will present its first budget tomorrow. Read More

Thailand's coin-eating turtle dies of intestinal blockage

Thailand's coin-eating turtle dies of intestinal blockage

Piggy Bank's shell was cracked, swollen and infected when she was found, leaving her rescuers anxious that she had a tumour. Although the turtle initially appeared to be recovering well, a check-up over the weekend revealed intestinal problems. Read More

White House defends Trump wiretap claim despite Federal Bureau of Investigation finding 'no information'

Now that Trump is President, the comments are coming back to complicate his golf habit. Months ago when the idea of Trump being our president was still a distant possibility, the nominee himself said while sitting next to Governor Chris Christie that he couldn't understand how a president would even leave the White House. Read More

Brexit to be formally triggered on March 29, reports say

Brexit to be formally triggered on March 29, reports say

On Monday, Sir Tim Barrow, Britain's EU representative, notified European Council President Donald Tusk to expect a letter invoking Article 50, the parliamentary procedure triggering the departure process, on March 29. The first major battle is likely to be about money. Dr White said the Bills, dealing with issues such as immigration procedures, would be on top of the Great Repeal Bill, which will incorporate European Union law into British law. Read More

Syria: Government forces retake Damascus - SANA

According to the Observatory, government forces managed to recapture "70 percent of the territory" overrun by rebels in the capital and were attacking the remaining rebel-held positions between Jobar and the opposition's Qabun district to the north. Read More

Rise in gas prices since February 15 lowest since 2009

Rise in gas prices since February 15 lowest since 2009

Gas prices slipped a cent or two in some places around the country in the past week, but predictions say that won't last long. According to AAA, the average price of gas jumped 15 cents per gallon between February and March. Michigan's average is now the 13th-highest nationally . But last week, prices around Chattanooga fell once again. While refinery maintenance season and the transition to summer gasoline come closer to completion, lower oil prices are making a dent on GasBuddy's ... Read More

German FM: Turkey 'further away than ever' from joining EU

Last weekend, just days before the Dutch election, police in Rotterdam used horses and dogs to disperse pro-Erdogan protesters demonstrating against the ban on Turkish ministers. The German minister defended Saturday the banning of rallies, aimed at winning votes from a Turkish diaspora that numbers as many as 1.4 million in Germany alone. Read More

Military action threat as Trump says N Korea 'behaving very badly'

Tillerson's comments toward North Korea don't necessarily mark a real rupture with USA policy - the United States has maintained thousands of troops in South Korea for decades for a reason, after all. The ties worsened even further after a phone call between Trump and the Taiwanese president in December, raising concerns that the new U.S. administration may not honor the one-China policy. Read More

Tensions rise as Syria retaliates against Israeli airstrikes

United States agent's laptop alert Washington A laptop said to have floor plans for Trump Tower, details of... In April 2016, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu admitted for the first time that Israel had attacked dozens of convoys transporting weapons in Syria destined for Lebanon's Hezbollah , which fought a devastating 2006 war with Israel and is now fighting alongside the Damascus regime. Read More

Syrian rebels, families begin leaving Homs district in deal with govt

Syrian rebels, families begin leaving Homs district in deal with govt

Their departure, after intense negotiations, involves the movement of more than 1,500 people to the northeastern region of Aleppo under the supervision of the Red Crescent and the military police of Syria and Russian Federation. But the opposition decries them as a tactic of forcibly displacing people who oppose Mr Assad after years of bombardment and siege. Al-Wair is home to an estimated 75,000 people and has been under siege by government forces since late 2013. Read More

One Pilot Dead, One Injured After Two Planes Crash Into Each Other

One Pilot Dead, One Injured After Two Planes Crash Into Each Other

The pilot of one plane was killed in the crash while the other pilot is reported to be critically injured, according to CBC News . One of the planes crashed into the roof of the Promenades Saint-Bruno mall - about 20 kilometres (12.4 miles) east of Montreal - while the other fell into the parking lot, 20 meters (65.6 feet) from one of the main entrances. Read More

May: 'Now is not the time' for Scottish independence vote

In her keynote speech, May did not refer directly to Sturgeon, but she did launch an attack on the SNP. It is a union between all of our citizens, whoever we are and wherever we're from. The stronger, fairer country we want won't just emerge. She was still keen to "work our way through" her disagreements with May, she said, arguing that they both agreed the referendum should not be held now. Read More

Adrian Gonzalez is still fuming about the World Baseball Classic

Adrian Gonzalez is still fuming about the World Baseball Classic

Mexico , Venezuela and Italy all finished 1-2 in Pool D play (which Puerto Rico won with a 3-0 record), necessitating a tiebreaker between two of those teams to determine who would advance to the second round. Venezuela then leveled in the top of the sixth inning with Ender Inciarte singling to right field. Tweets were sent out from the World Baseball Classic official Twitter account saying that Venezuela would actually be the one facing Italy in the tiebreaker game. Read More

Congress couldn't get numbers, can't cry foul now, says BJP

Congress couldn't get numbers, can't cry foul now, says BJP

Meanwhile, BJP and Congress welcomed the Supreme Court order expressing confidence in proving their majority during the floor test. While ordering floor test, the bench noted the submissions of Goa CLP leader Chandrakant Kavlekar's counsel and senior advocate Abhishek Mani Singhvi who assailed the Governor's determination to invite Parrikar to form the government by "seriously disputing" the factual position and terming it as a "misrepresentation of fact". Read More

Prime Minister meets with Theresa May at Westminster Abbey

After weeks of bitter wrangling in both Houses, the British Government comfortably fought off two Liberal Democrat bids to again amend the Brexit Bill in the Lords. The 27 other members of the European Union have pinpointed a meeting of government ministers in Luxembourg on June 20 as the moment to authorize the opening of two years of talks, two European Union officials said on condition of anonymity. Read More

Fear Of Kim Jong Un Could Keep Half-Brother's Family From Claiming Body

Just after the assassination, a feud had begun between North Korea and Malaysia, where Pyongyang insisted Malaysia to return the body of Kim Jong Nam and kept objecting to Kim's autopsy while Malaysia refused to do so and kept continuing its investigation. Read More

Donald Trump Hosting Chinese President Xi at Mar-a-Lago

CNN also cited a senior White House official as confirming such plan, but the USA news organization also quoted the official as saying that "the plan is only tentative at the moment". The planned summit would follow a string of other U.S-China meetings. Making trade policy a major part of his campaign, Trump accused Chinese of manipulating its currency and essentially stealing American jobs. Read More

Hogs dancing again in the NCAA Tournament

Hogs dancing again in the NCAA Tournament

Even with Malik Monk having a notably bad game, the Wildcats got dual 20-point games by Isaiah Briscoe and DeAaron Fox to make up the ground. But how could they possibly be expected to earn a top seed in the big dance every year? The Arkansas Razorbacks are averaging 80.4 points on 46.2 percent shooting and allowing 74.1 points on 42.1 percent shooting. Read More

Fukushima has been overrun by wild, radioactive boars An error occurred

Fukushima has been overrun by wild, radioactive boars An error occurred

Six years after the Fukushima Daichi nuclear disaster - a major nuclear meltdown brought on by an quake and tsunami hitting Fukushima, Japan - some residents who fled the area are getting the go-ahead to finally return home. Now - with the town overrun with radioactive swine - about half of Namie's 21,500 residents have made a decision to return home, according to a survey. Read More

Now Mars bars could face price hike - with chocolate makers blaming Brexit

Now Mars bars could face price hike - with chocolate makers blaming Brexit

In a speech in Brussels to the American Chamber of Commerce to the European Union, she said those costs can't be absorbed by firms, so consumers will have to pay more. "The return of those barriers would create higher costs which would threaten that supply chain and the jobs that come with it", Ms Dawson will say. Read More

Ciara Reportedly Involved in Car Crash in LA

Ciara Reportedly Involved in Car Crash in LA

Her husband Russell Wilson arrived on the scene after the accident, along with police and fire departments. Ciara has one other child, 2-year-old Future Zahir Wilburn, from her previous relationship with rapper Future. '"Hello, baby. How you doing, baby?" "We're told Ciara was clutching her chest and shoulder", the site reports, but a source for People affirms Ciara's rep's statement to Gossip Cop and says "she's fine". Read More