https://sharing.thedenverchannel.com/sharescnn/photo/2018/03/30/1522437577_82515538_ver1.0_640_480.jpg

Global

Russian Federation tested its new intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) for the second time on Friday, the country's defense ministry said in a tweet . Russian state-run news agency TASS reported in 2016 that the missile would have a range of more than 11,000 km and its warhead would weigh 100 tonnes.
  • Oklahoma teachers say pay raise isn't enough, still plan to hold walkout

    Oklahoma teachers say pay raise isn't enough, still plan to hold walkout

    Global

    And, lawmakers said they plan later this week to repeal a key part of their funding measure - a $5 hotel and motel tax that was supposed to generate almost $44 million in revenue. Question Number 3: Where do Oklahoma teachers rank, nationally? Tens of thousands of educators from across Oklahoma are expected to gather Monday at the Capitol in a show of force while rallying for more education funding.
  • Baldwin, Gallagher weigh in on VA secretary's firing, agency's future

    Baldwin, Gallagher weigh in on VA secretary's firing, agency's future

    Global

    His profile rose after he conducted a sweeping press conference about the president's medical exam in January in which he impressed Trump with his camera-ready demeanor and deft navigation of reporters' questions as he delivered a rosy depiction of the president's health, according to a person familiar with the president's thinking but not authorised to discuss private conversations.
  • Former French President Nicolas Sarkozy to face corruption trial

    Former French President Nicolas Sarkozy to face corruption trial

    Global

    Sarkozy is accused of then approaching the magistrate and promising to use his influence to secure a job for the judge, Gilbert Azibert, who now also faces charges. The questions relate to the financing of his 2007 presidential campaign, which he won, according to Le Monde . Sarkozy has said he's been unfairly targeted by investigators for political reasons.
  • Russian Federation announces 3-day mourning for mall fire victims

    Russian Federation announces 3-day mourning for mall fire victims

    Global

    Flags flew at half-staff across Russian Federation on Wednesday as the country mourned the victims _ many of them children _ of a shopping mall fire in Siberia. "It's probably goodbye." Her entire class was among the dead, state-run Rossiya 24 reported, citing the school's principal. "I didn't see Kostya, but recognised him by his little boots".
  • They've Handed Down A Sentence In The Vicki Momberg Trial

    They've Handed Down A Sentence In The Vicki Momberg Trial

    Global

    Prosecutors say she took the photo at her home in Columbus and texted it to the child's father on 31 May 2017. She will remain in jail until her application for leave to appeal will be heard next Wednesday. "It's time for the hate bill is enforced, this cannot go on any further. Harsher sentences needed to be given because there were racial incidents on a daily basis".
  • Best and Worst things about the WrestleMania 34 card

    Global

    After telling the fans how much their support has meant, he addressed how WWE's SmackDown is considered the "Land of Opportunity". Bryan proposed that he face Owens and Zayn in a Tag Team Match with Shane McMahon as his partner despite the commissioner being now injured with a case of acute diverticulitis due to also being attacked by the best friends.
  • 'Violent deportee' reportedly escapes ICE custody at JFK airport

    'Violent deportee' reportedly escapes ICE custody at JFK airport

    Global

    Mohamadou Lamine Mbacke, 31, escaped ICE custody at JFK Airport on March 27, 2018. The prisoner's handcuffs were removed while the agents took him through X-Ray screening. He was wearing a purple or black shirt, jeans and sneakers. The man has been described as being 6 feet, 3 inches tall, 190 pounds. The Daily News reports , citing law enforcement sources, that the man is considered to be a "violent deportee".
  • Dry in Denver to start; rain and snow return Wednesday PM

    Global

    Happy Wednesday Kentucky! Rain showers are moving across the area this morning along with mild temperatures. Rain is expected until around 11 p.m. Easter Sunday could bring a few showers but it is still early. Temperatures on Easter itself will likely struggle to reach 40 degrees during the afternoon.
  • LA police say recovered body likely missing model

    LA police say recovered body likely missing model

    Global

    Shabani was last seen leaving her apartment on February 23 with Spotz, who was said to be engaged to another woman, CBS News reported . They also said they believe her boyfriend, 33-year-old Christopher Spotz , was involved in her death but could not elaborate how as they continue to investigate.
  • Grab acquires Uber: What this means for the 500+ employees involved

    Grab acquires Uber: What this means for the 500+ employees involved

    Global

    The deal allows Grab to acquire the mobile application-based US ride-hailing company's global services in the region of 620 million people, including its UberEats food delivery service. Uber also subsidizes rides and drivers in many markets to compete with rivals in its push gain market share. Uber sold its China operations to rival Didi Chuxing in 2016 in a deal worth United States dollars 35 billion.
  • Netanyahu Spokesman Confirms PM Taken to Hospital for Tests

    Netanyahu Spokesman Confirms PM Taken to Hospital for Tests

    Global

    The waiver will be valid for three years. Breaking with decades of U.S. policy, President Donald Trump in December officially recognised Jerusalem as Israel's capital and pledged to move the embassy from Tel Aviv. "I call on all sides to exercise restraint and to take the necessary steps to avoid violent escalation", he said. In December past year Trump overturned decades-long United States policy by recognizing Israel's claim to Jerusalem as its capital and announced that the embassy ...
  • Charged With Anti-Semitic Murder Of Elderly French Jewish Woman: Judicial Source

    Charged With Anti-Semitic Murder Of Elderly French Jewish Woman: Judicial Source

    Global

    In a statement (in French), France's Jewish umbrella organisation Crif expressed "anger and concern" at the attack. Mireille Knoll , who escaped the mass roundup and deportation of Jews from Paris during World War II , was found dead in her bed in her small apartment in eastern Paris on Friday by firefighters called to extinguish a blaze.
  • What Justice?: White Cops Who Murdered Alton Sterling Won't Be Charged

    What Justice?: White Cops Who Murdered Alton Sterling Won't Be Charged

    Global

    The family, however, has since filed a wrongful death lawsuit . Federal law sets a very high bar for civil rights charges against officers, requiring that authorities prove an officer's intent at the time of the shooting . The announcement comes almost two years after Sterling's death. The Sterling family's attorney Chris Stewart said Landry's decision was for political gain and not justice.
  • 6 explosive packages sent to USA gov't, military sites in Washington

    6 explosive packages sent to USA gov't, military sites in Washington

    Global

    Law enforcement officials told the broadcaster the packages were sent through the post. A Central Intelligence Agency mail processing facility and a White House mail processing facility also intercepted suspicious packages. No injuries have been reported . Another package was found Dahlgren Naval Air Station in Virginia. In late February, 11 people fell ill and were treated for symptoms that included nosebleeds and burning sensations after an envelope containing an unknown substance ...
  • The Dangerous Question Coming to the Next Census

    The Dangerous Question Coming to the Next Census

    Global

    The Census Bureau is required by law to give Congress the final wording of the 2020 census questionnaire by March 31st, or at the end of this week. Sens. California Attorney General Xavier Becerra asked a USA court to place an injunction on the question. University of California, Berkeley professor and demographer Kenneth W.
  • Mysterious train fuels rumors of N. Korea leader's visit to Beijing

    Mysterious train fuels rumors of N. Korea leader's visit to Beijing

    Global

    There was high security in parts of Beijing where North Korean officials are believed to be visiting. A spokeswoman for the Chinese Foreign Ministry said she was not aware of the situation and had no further comment. "North Korea could reach out to China and Russian Federation in addition to South Korea and the United States from the perspective of foreign relations", one of them said.
  • European Union and Turkey summit produces commitment to keep talking

    European Union and Turkey summit produces commitment to keep talking

    Global

    Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu said earlier that a meeting of the Turkey-Russia top-level Cooperation Council would take place in Ankara on April 3. Outstanding internal issues on rule of law, the mass jailing of journalists, Turkish assertive military forays in northern Syria, wider conflicts with Cyprus and the detention of Greek soldiers, remain unresolved.
  • Albert Belle, Former MLB All-Star, Arrested For Indecent Exposure, DUI

    Albert Belle, Former MLB All-Star, Arrested For Indecent Exposure, DUI

    Global

    The other suspect with Belle was not identified. Det. A witness told police he yelled at Belle for urinating in the parking lot, after which Belle turned around and "shaked his genitals" towards the man and his daughter. A Cleveland Indian from 1989 to 1996, he played for the Chicago White Sox in 1997 and 1998 and finished his career with the Orioles. Belle spent two seasons in Baltimore, before retiring aged just 34.
  • More than 113000 Civilians Evacuated from Eastern Ghouta, Russia Says

    More than 113000 Civilians Evacuated from Eastern Ghouta, Russia Says

    Global

    The rebels in the Douma district of Damascus' Eastern Ghouta area are ready to lay down weapons and withdraw from their main stronghold in Douma district, state news agency SANA reported on Monday. On March 13, Russia's Defense Ministry announced the cessation of military activities in the town of Douma, which paved the wave for a large-scale exit of civilians to territories controlled by the government forces.