Fukushima executives cleared over nuclear disaster

‘This is only the beginning of a major battle’, says prosecution lawyer

Trump says he carries cash to give tips after photo shows him with $20 bill in back pocket

ABOARD AIR FORCE ONE -- President Trump on Wednesday said he likes to carry cash in case he needs to leave a tip after he was shown in a photo with a $20 bill was hanging out of his back pocket.

Trump's communications with a foreign leader sparked whistleblower complaint

A communication between President Donald Trump and a world leader prompted a whistleblower complaint that is now at the center of a dispute between the director of national intelligence and Congress, a source familiar with the case told CNN.

Amid terrorism talk, bail denied in aircraft sabotage case

A federal judge cited new evidence of potential terrorism sympathies Wednesday in denying bail for a longtime mechanic charged with sabotaging an American Airlines jetliner that prosecutors say could have caused it to crash with 150 people aboard. He's not charged with a terror-related crime, though the prosecution says he could be linked to the Is

Pittsburgh-area DA won't prosecute Antonio Brown because of statute of limitations

New England Patriots wide receiver Antonio Brown won’t be prosecuted on a Pennsylvania sexual assault accusation because a statue of limitations has expired in the case, according to Pittsburgh-area law enforcement. 

Winding path firms up for Notre Dame RB Avery Davis

Avery Davis has become a case study in perseverance, always wanting to help his team yet never in one place long enough to get a chance.

Guardiola faces challenge now City’s worst case scenario has arrived

The one thing City did not want to happen has happened, barely a month into the season

How Nigeria got hit with a $9.6 billion gas deal judgment debt in a UK court

This case demonstrates an ongoing issue with the Nigerian government’s attitude to critical infrastructural projects.

The case against an investigative journalist shows Tanzania’s Magufuli widening a media crackdown

“For most of the journalists, this is a shock for them. They are already afraid.”

‘Public disorder and violence’: 100 Lille fans detained in Amsterdam ahead of Champions League clash

Over 100 fans of French football club Lille have been detained by Dutch police in Amsterdam ahead of the Champions League game against Ajax.

Neymar's Champions League ban cut to two games

The Court of Arbitration for Sport on Tuesday reduced a Champions League ban on the Paris Saint-Germain forward Neymar from three games to two. PSG took the case to the Switzerland-based tribunal after European football's governing body, Uefa, rejected...

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