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Netanyahu must be present for start of corruption trial set for March 17, Justice Ministry says   -8%

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s corruption trial will start on March 17, two weeks after Israel holds its third national election in less than a year, the Justice Ministry said on Tuesday.


Jars of tongues under a Gainesville home? A former UF professor forgot them, cops say   -3%

Who has jars of tongues stored underneath their home? Apparently, a former University of Florida researcher. At least six jars of preserved human remains, mainly tongues, were found under a … Click to Continue »


Priti Patel 'tried to force out top civil servant'  

The home secretary and her official disagreed but she did not bully him, a source tells the BBC.


California isn't requiring rooftop solar on every new home after all  


Sacramento-area developers can take credit for energy produced at off-site solar farms instead of building homes with rooftop panels.


Mahathir Mohamad has support to return as Malaysias prime minister and without a deal with Anwar Ibrahim   5%


Malaysia’s political crisis following the resignation of Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad looks set to end with a fizzle rather than a bang after days of intrigue that have involved emergency meetings, public shows of support and the intervention of the nation’s monarch.It now seems almost certain that Mahathir, 94, will return as prime minister despite the crumbling of the Pakatan Harapan coalition that he led to victory in the May 2018 general election.Mahathir’s shock resignation on Monday…


Your guide to housing in the UK   16%

Your guide to housing in the UK and what can be done to satisfy the need for affordable and decent homes.


Cayman Island-EU spat leaves Israeli VCs facing tough choices   -40%

Chill in relations between the tax haven and the European institution could even send the funds looking for a new base at home


Steep budget cuts left Alaska with only one operating mainline ferry. Then it broke down.  


Grocers are struggling to keep their shelves stocked; a woman had her labor induced so she could catch the last ferry home.


Lesotho PM to be charged with murder of estranged wife   -15%

Lesotho's Prime Minister Thomas Thabane is to be charged with the murder of his estranged wife, who was gunned down ahead of his inauguration in 2017. The beleaguered premier announced he would quit by the end of July. Also, in South Sudan, rival leaders agree to form a unity government just two days before a deadline. Meanwhile, the UN accuses the warring leaders of deliberately starving civilians. Finally, Togo gears up for presidential elections where incumbent leader Faure Gnassingbé, in power for 15 years, is hoping to clinch a fourth term.


China's coronavirus conundrum: Stay home, don't get sick, get back to work!  


China faces a conundrum: Call people back to work and risk a new explosion of infections, or keep them at home and watch businesses crash.


Hundreds of Indian slum residents evicted from stadium route ahead of Trumps first visit  


Narendra Modi's home state spending 1.5% of annual budget on three-hour Trump visit, including 'beautification' projects


How secure is Nicola Sturgeon's position as SNP leader?   -12%

The Scottish first minister is weathering a difficult few weeks - but how bad is the damage?


Zimbabwe: Minister Kazembe, Police Chief Matanga Sued U.S.$1 Million for Mine Disruptions   -2%

[New Zimbabwe] Home Affairs Minister Kazembe Kazembe and Police Commissioner General Godwin Matanga have been slapped with a US$1 169 899 lawsuit after they allegedly barred one Francis Mazarura from accessing his gold mine, Litalute Gold Mine, for two years.


Giroud on target as Chelsea claim vital win over Tottenham   12%

Chelsea's Olivier Giroud and Marcos Alonso returned to the starting lineup to stunning effect by grabbing a goal apiece in a crucial 2-1 home win over Tottenham Hotspur in the battle between the London rivals for fourth place on Saturday.


Nadal feels at home in Acapulco as he returns to action   3%

Rafa Nadal says the Mexican Open in Acapulco feels "a little bit like home" as the Spaniard returns to action on Tuesday for the first time since being dethroned as world number one by Novak Djokovic.


Coronavirus: NI pupils sent home after school trips to Italy  

One school sends pupils home for the day, while two others tell students to self-isolate for 14 days.


U.S.C. Offers Free Tuition to Students Whose Families Make $80,000 or Less   8%


Recognizing the high cost of living in California, the university will also no longer include the value of a home in the calculation used to determine financial need.


In India, Trump revels in huge crowd and Modi's praise  


Trump began a two-day visit to India with a massive stadium rally, reveling in praise from Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the spectacle he created as a sign of a strengthening relationship between the two countries.


Drew Carey says he is overcome with grief following murder of ex-fiancee Amie Harwick   -20%


Noted LA therapist was killed in her Hollywood Hills home on 15 February


Lesothos Leader Misses Court Date to Be Charged in Killing of Estranged Wife  


The shooting has riveted the southern African kingdom as accusations have swirled around the prime minister and his new wife.


Rising number of middle-aged people still renting homes  

Statistics show a big rise in the number of middle-aged people renting their homes, rather than owning them.


Netanyahu plans settlement in contentious West Bank area  

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Tuesday he was advancing settlement construction in a contentious open area of the West Bank. The pledge to build several thousand housing units in … Click to Continue »


Netanyahu pledges to build new settler homes ahead of elections   -50%

Israeli PM pledged to revive contentious E1 plan and to build 3,500 new illegal settler homes in occupied West Bank.


Canada: police clear rail blockade by Indigenous anti-pipeline activists   3%


Several members of the Tyendinaga Mohawk nation arrested in growing political crisis for Justin Trudeau

Police in Canada have removed Indigenous activists from a railway line in Ontario, where a two-week protest against a contentious natural gas pipeline has blocked train traffic and fueled a growing political crisis for prime minister Justin Trudeau.

The Wet’suwet’en nation have lived on their territories in what is now British Columbia for thousands of years. They have never signed treaties or sold their land to Canada. 

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Three-bedroom, three-bathroom end-unit townhouse in Bowie lists for $299,900   -16%

AFFORDABLE HOME OF THE WEEK | Residents can walk to parks, restaurants and shops. A Metro bus stop is within one mile, and commuter lots are less than five miles from the townhouse.


Virginias amazing moment: The view from ground zero of U.S. gun debate   -5%


A seismic shift underway in Virginia has lawmakers asking a question once unthinkable for the home of the NRA: How do you ban “America’s gun”?


Coronavirus: Iran deputy health minister looks visibly unwell in press briefing before diagnosis  


'I had a fever yesterday. The tests came back positive last night.' minister says after contracting deadly virus


Coronavirus: British couple quarantined on cruise ship criticise UK government response  


Video comes soon after US announced it would fly its citizens on the ship home


Clashes leave dozens injured in Delhi as Trump visits   -10%

One policeman was killed, an official said, while the junior Home Minister said the violence was a "conspiracy to shame India globally" during Trump's visit.


British royals offer a look inside Buckingham Palace's renovations, as the Queen's home gets a facelift   3%


The British royal family have offered a look inside the major refurbishment of Queen Elizabeth II's home, Buckingham Palace.


Deportees and a climate crisis: what's on the agenda as Ardern meets Morrison  


Thorny issues await the two prime ministers when they meet in Australia this week

As gang violence in New Zealand soars – partly fuelled by Australian deportees, police say – prime minister Jacinda Ardern is heading to Sydney for her annual bilateral with Scott Morrison.

The issue of New Zealanders with only distant links to their home country being summarily shipped back to Aotearoa will again be on the agenda, but experts say it is unlikely Ardern will take as tough a stance as last year, when she said the issue was having a “corrosive” affect on trans-Tasman relations.

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Modi and Trump's speeches went beyond the transactional |HTEditorial   6%


There is no other country for whose leader India would hold such an event and for which an Indian prime minister would lavish such rhetoric as part of its foreign policy. And, so far, no US president has flown around the world almost solely to be before such an audience. The spectacle and the sound were worth a thousand agreements.


Married couple found murdered at home suffered serious injuries   -4%

A married couple found murdered in their semi-detached home had suffered “serious injuries”, police said.


Dodgers open spring training with a victory over Giants  


Max Muncy and Enrique Hernández each had home runs in the third inning to power the Dodgers to a 10-4 win over the Giants in spring training.


Letters to the Editor: Jeff Bezos' $165-million mansion spurs ideas for solving homelessness   50%


A reader suggests a tax on all home sales in California greater than $50 million for funding housing for homeless people.


As Foreigners Flee China, Pakistan Tells Its Citizens to Stay   -20%

Pakistan has refused to evacuate 800 citizens in Wuhan, fearing an outbreak at home. Some stuck in the hot zone worry they are part of a larger geopolitical game.


Netanyahu Announces New Homes in East Jerusalem, Days Before Election  


The announcement by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of 6,200 homes in a contested area was seen as an effort to solidify right-wing support.


Ronald Reagan and Jane Wyman's former Westside estate sells for $6.7 million   -18%


In Little Holmby, the regal marital home of Ronald Reagan and Jane Wyman just sold for $6.7 million.



Storm Dennis: Heavier rainfall is 100% for certain linked to climate crisis, experts warn   -12%


Minister admits government cannot protect every household from extreme weather