Meeting the Paris Climate Goals Was Always Hard. Without the U.S., It Is Far Harder.


Meeting the Paris Climate Goals Was Always Hard. Without the U.S., It Is Far Harder. By BRAD PLUMER JUNE 2, 2017. Continue reading the main story Share This Page. Continue reading the main story. Share; Tweet; Email; More; Save. Photo. A gas flare …

Saudi King: Trump Visit Enhances Global Security, Stability

Saudi Arabia’s King Salman bin Abdulaziz said on Saturday the visit of U.S. President Donald Trump to the kingdom would strengthen cooperation between the two countries and help enhance global security….

Indian Woman Cuts Off Genitals of Her Alleged Rapist

Police in southern India say a 24-year-old woman has cut off the genitals of a Hindu holy man who tried to rape her and who she says has been sexually assaulting her for the past eight years…

Saudi Says All ‘on Board’ to Extend Oil Cuts for Nine Months-Bloomberg

Saudi Arabia’s energy minister said on Saturday all oil producers were in agreement to extend crude output cuts by nine months, Bloomberg Television reported….


Judge: Ex-Astronaut Charged in 2 Traffic Deaths Can Drive

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An Alabama judge says a former astronaut charged in the traffic deaths of two girls can continue driving, but with restrictions.

A judge in Tuscaloosa ruled late Friday that former space shuttle commander James Halsell Jr. can’t consume any alcohol, illegal drugs or medication unless he has a prescription.

Circuit Judge Bradley Almond also ruled the 60-year-old Halsell must have a special locking device installed on his car’s ignition. And the Huntsville man must undergo twice-weekly testing.

Halsell fought to keep his driver’s license after being charged with murder in the traffic deaths of two young girls in Tuscaloosa County in June.

The state initially suspended his license but Halsell appealed. Court documents show Halsell was on probation after receiving a DUI ticket in Los Angeles in 2014.

Creighton Hits 7 3s, Drexel Women Beat No. 11 Syracuse

Meghan Creighton hit a career-high seven 3-pointers — including the winner with nine seconds left — and Drexel rallied from a five-point deficit with 1:23 left to beat No. 11 Syracuse 62-61 on Monday night.