http://i2.cdn.cnn.com/cnnnext/dam/assets/170310191416-exp-gps-0312-peskov-trump-russia-00002601-exlarge-169.jpg

Global

Trump. What's more, he said, America was "self-humiliating" by admitting that a foreign country had the power to intervene in its election process. Russia's stance on this is simple, he said. Peskov also said Putin never voiced support for then-presidential candidate Trump. Earlier in March, Senator Richard Blumenthal said that appointing a special prosecutor for the probe into alleged Russian interference in the U.S.
  • Amber Alert issued after 4-year-old girl abducted from Toronto home

    Global

    Suspect is still outstanding, no description yet. Hopkinson say a member of the public spotted a vehicle with the licence plate number belonging to the stolen Camry driving along Highway 401 near Highway 403 earlier this morning. Police are asking anyone who sees this vehicle to call 911. The girl's mother had started the Camry and left it idling to warm up the engine, Toronto Police Service said.
  • Kids interrupt dad's live interview

    Kids interrupt dad's live interview

    Global

    Kelly went on BBC World News on Friday to flex his knowledge of South Korean politics, but it was his kids who wound up stealing the show. Live television always leaves room for hilarious gaffes - which is exactly what happened when a BBC debate on South Korea was interrupted by the interviewee's children.
  • Klopp: 'People say I don't have a plan B'

    Klopp: 'People say I don't have a plan B'

    Global

    It was only when they found themselves chasing the game that they reduced themselves to the tactics which saw lesser sides emerge victorious from Anfield . Wijnaldum, speaking to the Sky Sports cameras after the final whistle, admitted that it was "difficult in the beginning" for his side and "especially because they [Burnley] scored a goal in the first couple of minutes".
  • Great Barrier Reef sees second straight year of bleaching

    Great Barrier Reef sees second straight year of bleaching

    Global

    The Great Barrier Reef has endured another mass bleaching event this year. Australian coral reef experts made that conclusion after flying over the Great Barrier Reef for six hours yesterday, according to a press release issued by the Australian government's Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Agency (GBRMPA).
  • BJP wins big in UP

    BJP wins big in UP

    Global

    Even so, Modi's political problems won't vanish overnight if the BJP wins control of the Uttar Pradesh state assembly. The BJP's alliance with regional parties like Apna Dal and Suheldev Bharatiya Samaj Party (SBSP) further helped it consolidate non-Yadav OBC caste groups like the Patels, the Kurmis and the Rajbhars.
  • Some tips so you won't lose sleep over Daylight Savings Time

    Some tips so you won't lose sleep over Daylight Savings Time

    Global

    Sunday. The daylight saving period will continue until November 5 when clocks "fall back" and are set back an hour to repeat the process. Daylight Saving Time 2017 begins Sunday, March 12 at 2 a.m. The name is Daylight Saving Time - not Daylight Saving's Time or Daylight Savings Times. And for Wilson, her best advice is to do not forget to change the clock.
  • Wenger drops hint over Arsenal future following cup triumph

    Wenger drops hint over Arsenal future following cup triumph

    Global

    Arsenal conceded five second-half goals against Bayern after Laurent Koscielny was sent off to lose 10-2 on aggregate. Alexis Sanchez and Aaron Ramsey added gloss to the scoreline with two more late efforts, a margin far from befitting the excellent fight from the National League side, the first team outside the Football League to reach the quarter-finals in 114 years.
  • Everton dominates lacklustre West Brom

    Everton dominates lacklustre West Brom

    Global

    Looking the most likely opposition player to cause the Blues any problems, Nacir Chadli finally tested Joel Robles with a shot that the Spaniard beat away but without key players like Salomon Rondon and James Morrisson until late on, Tony Pulis's men were surprisingly toothless, even from set-pieces.
  • Preet Bharara fired after refusing Trump's demand to resign

    Global

    The 46 Obama holdovers represent about half of all 93 U.S. attorneys. "I did not resign", Bharara tweeted Saturday. "Being the US Attorney in SDNY will forever be the greatest honor of my professional life", he said, referring to his role as the chief federal prosecutor for the Southern District of NY.
  • German Shopping Mall Ordered Shut Due To Terror Threat

    German Shopping Mall Ordered Shut Due To Terror Threat

    Global

    Terror police told the popular mall, Limbecker Platz, in Essen - a 25 minute drive from Dusseldorf - to not open. In a statement, a North Rhine Westphalia Police spokesman said: "The current state of our investigations points to the threat being exclusively at the shopping centre".
  • Court Ousts South Korean President Park Geun-hye

    Court Ousts South Korean President Park Geun-hye

    Global

    Police said one 72-year-old man was taken to hospital with a head injury and died. Ms. Park's acts "betrayed the trust of the people and were of the kind that can not be tolerated for the sake of protecting the Constitution", Justice Lee said.
  • Turkish president blasts Netherlands over botched rally

    Turkish president blasts Netherlands over botched rally

    Global

    Earlier this month, a similar story unfolded in Berlin. "That makes the search for a reasonable solution impossible." the Dutch government said. Turkey's foreign ministry said it did not want the Dutch ambassador to Ankara to return from leave "for some time".
  • US, Russia counter Erdogan in Syria as Kurds get shield

    Global

    During the meeting, the two leaders also discussed bilateral affairs including cooperation in trade, energy, investment and infrastructure. Erdogan also called the meetings in Astana, Kazakhstan where the Syrian ceasefire was agreed earlier this year "an additional factor, making the process launched in Geneva more effective".
  • After Trashing Tribal Lands, Pipeline Protesters Descend On DC

    After Trashing Tribal Lands, Pipeline Protesters Descend On DC

    Global

    Dozens of members of the Greater Lafayette community and students of Purdue University gathered in front of Hovde Hall on Friday in a national effort to protest the construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline. "We are in danger, possibly by 2040, of the Missouri River drying up", she said. The crowd of approximately 2,000 at Native Nations Rise was diverse and in high spirits despite the blustering wind and intermittent rain.
  • Police say Saskatoon man live-streamed child porn from Romania, Philippines

    Police say Saskatoon man live-streamed child porn from Romania, Philippines

    Global

    State officials have arrested a Brownwood man for child pornography after a report from the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children. Michael Shane-Lourcey Clements, 25, faces a single count of possession of child pornography. The women in Romania have been arrested and charged and authorities say the children involved are now safe. A search of a home in March turned up evidence related to the investigation.
  • Poland says Tusk's reappointment shows cracks in the EU

    Poland says Tusk's reappointment shows cracks in the EU

    Global

    Tusk, a former Polish prime minister, faces opposition from his own country's government. "I want to dedicate this saying for all member states, but today especially to the Polish government", he said, adding that Poland's government diplomacy tactics could land them in trouble.
  • Five Killed in Helicopter Crash in Turkey

    Five Killed in Helicopter Crash in Turkey

    Global

    At least seven persons were aboard, including two pilots, four foreigners and one Turkish national. A Sikorsky S-76 helicopter , registration number TC-HEZ, departed Istanbul Ataturk Airport and crashed near Büyükçekmej at 11:21 A.M. Bulent Eczacibasi, head of the conglomerate, said in televised comments that "four Russian guests" were on board the aircraft as well as a company executive.
  • West Hartford JCC receives bomb threat

    West Hartford JCC receives bomb threat

    Global

    The funding would be used to support security and assist organizations with prevention efforts and response to threats. JCC leaders from across the U.S. "We've never seen such a period of concentrated threats against the Jewish community", New York Mayor Bill de Blasio told a press conference .
  • Volkswagen Pleads Guilty to Three Felonies in Emissions Scandal

    Volkswagen Pleads Guilty to Three Felonies in Emissions Scandal

    Global

    Volkswagen AG pleaded guilty to misleading USA regulators and customers by hiding emission levels on diesel vehicles and obstructing investigations when authorities grew suspicious. The U.S Justice department in the court filing tagged VW's conduct as one of the biggest corporate fraud schemes in the history of the nation. One aspect of the case that remains unresolved is the fate of VW executive Oliver Schmidt who United States authorities arrested in Miami in January, one of six company ...
  • More felony charges for Sandy Springs man accused of imprisoning women

    More felony charges for Sandy Springs man accused of imprisoning women

    Global

    Roberts, 33, was arrested and charged with trafficking a person for labor and false imprisonment. "I'm in a really bad situation and I need to get out", said the caller, who told the dispatcher she had met her captor on a website called Seeking Arrangements , which connects women with wealthy men.
  • Turkey shuts down US-based aid group helping Syrians

    Global

    Votel said USA forces have been operating there for 6-7 months with the primary goal of reassuring allies and tamping down tensions between Turkey and Kurdish rebels. Special Forces arrived in Manbij last weekend. A senior Turkish official cautioned that Turkey's intervention in Syria was not yet over. Morozov said Moscow and Ankara shared a "common approach" towards Syria , adding military and political officials of the two countries were cooperating in this regard.
  • Trump's Opening in North Korea: Save Han Solo!

    Trump's Opening in North Korea: Save Han Solo!

    Global

    Malaysian authorities have said they will not release it without DNA from the Kim family. Korea's intelligence agency confirmed the individual on the video is Kim Han-Sol. Nothing is known about the group, which claimed in the statement to have helped other North Koreans escape in the past, including a former "high ranking official".
  • China says it followed law in approving 38 Trump trademarks

    China says it followed law in approving 38 Trump trademarks

    Global

    Trump Organisation lawyer Alan Garten told CNN that there had been no malpractice on the part of the President, adding that the company has been "actively enforcing its intellectual property rights in China for more than a decade". After AP reported Wednesday about the sweep of new approvals, Senators Debbie Stabenow and Ben Cardin called a press conference to lambaste President Trump for his growing Chinese entanglements.
  • Iraqi PM pledges to fight IS militants to the end

    Iraqi PM pledges to fight IS militants to the end

    Global

    MOSUL, Iraq Iraqi forces saw off a nighttime Islamic State counter-attack near Mosul's main government building hours after recapturing it, a military official said on Wednesday, as troops sought to push the militants further back. "The liberation of the city centre is a first and very important step for beginning the liberation of the Old City", Mohammedawi said, referring to an area near the old city that Iraqi forces have recaptured in recent days.
  • 'It's heartbreaking': Malta's famous Azure Window collapses into sea

    'It's heartbreaking': Malta's famous Azure Window collapses into sea

    Global

    Mr Muscat said in a tweet that the famous Mediterranean landmark had always faced destruction because of natural corrosion. He added: "That sad day has arrived". "Suddenly, the arch collapsed into the sea with a loud 'whoomph, ' throwing up a huge spray". Environment Minister Jose Herrera told reporters nothing could be done to prevent the collapse, but they were unaware the structure was in imminent danger.
  • AG Jeff Sessions denies misleading Judiciary Committee on Russian Federation

    AG Jeff Sessions denies misleading Judiciary Committee on Russian Federation

    Global

    Then we learned that Attorney General Jeff Sessions had had two meetings with Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak, including one in his Senate office, during the 2016 Presidential campaign when he had previously testified to Sen. FRANKEN: I asked him a very clear question, which is that if this information turned out to be true, that members of the Trump campaign were - had been talking to the Russians, what would you do, meaning, what would you do as attorney general? Regardless of his ...
  • Daycare worker charged with pushing child down stairs

    Daycare worker charged with pushing child down stairs

    Global

    Upper Darby police say 52-year-old Sarah Gable of Folcroft was sacked soon after the owners of Child Care of the Future saw what happened Friday. Police Chief Michael Chitwood, from Upper Darby Police Department, said, "It's every parent's worst nightmare that sends their kid to daycare".
  • Gunmen attack military hospital in Afghan capital

    Gunmen attack military hospital in Afghan capital

    Global

    One attacker was killed and the other two were hiding behind a staircase, the defense ministry said . At least one of the gunmen was dressed as a doctor, a witness told Reuters . Afghan National Police special forces rushed in to counter the attack. Four attackers with guns and grenades entered the hospital after the explosion at the hospital gate and then opened fire on staff and patients.