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Thursday, September 20, 2018 - Brett Kavanaugh's Yale Fraternity Hoisted A Flag Made Of Women's Underwear In 1985

Brett Kavanaugh's Yale Fraternity Hoisted A Flag Made Of Women's Underwear In 1985Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh's fraternity at Yale has long been


Wednesday, September 19, 2018 - Hillary Clinton adviser: We didn't recognize 'full scope' of Russian interference on social media

Hillary Clinton adviser: We didn't recognize 'full scope' of Russian interference on social mediaClinton's former senior policy adviser recounts how the campaign learned Russia was meddling in the U.S. election.


Thursday, September 20, 2018 - Mother of baby swept away by Hurricane Florence floodwaters: 'I did everything I could'

Mother of baby swept away by Hurricane Florence floodwaters: 'I did everything I could'The mother of a child who died after he was swept away by Hurricane Florence's


Thursday, September 20, 2018 - He Created 3D-Printed Guns And Funded Neo-Nazis. Now He's An International Fugitive.

He Created 3D-Printed Guns And Funded Neo-Nazis. Now He's An International Fugitive.There's an international manhunt underway for Cody Wilson, the guy credited


Wednesday, September 19, 2018 - Mach 5 Mission: The Air Force Is Going All In on Hypersonic Weapons

Mach 5 Mission: The Air Force Is Going All In on Hypersonic WeaponsThe Air Force is taking another step in an aggressive plan to prototype, test and deploy hypersonic weapons


Wednesday, September 19, 2018 - Exclusive: With more immigrant children in detention, HHS cuts funds for other programs — like cancer research

Exclusive: With more immigrant children in detention, HHS cuts funds for other programs — like cancer researchThe government is diverting millions of dollars from programs including the CDC and the National Institutes of Health.


Wednesday, September 19, 2018 - Burt Reynolds' last cars to be sold at auction

Burt Reynolds' last cars to be sold at auctionThe very last cars Burt Reynolds' personally owned - including a 'Smokey and the Bandit' Trans Am - are headed to auction on September 29 during Barrett-Jackson's Las Vegas sale


Wednesday, September 19, 2018 - Florence Kills An Estimated 5,500 Pigs, 3.4 Million Chickens And Turkeys In North Carolina

Florence Kills An Estimated 5,500 Pigs, 3.4 Million Chickens And Turkeys In North CarolinaAs Florence battered the Carolinas this past week, dozens of heartwarming


Thursday, September 20, 2018 - Arrest made in fatal stabbing of jogger in Washington, DC: Police

Arrest made in fatal stabbing of jogger in Washington, DC: PoliceAn arrest was made in the slaying of Wendy Karina Martinez and the suspect is expected to appear in court later today.


Thursday, September 20, 2018 - Best Bites: Pumpkin spice waffles

Best Bites: Pumpkin spice wafflesWelcome to Best Bites, a twice-weekly video series that aims to satisfy your


Wednesday, September 19, 2018 - Trumpnado! Tweeting about storms, Trump seizes opportunity to make everything worse

Trumpnado! Tweeting about storms, Trump seizes opportunity to make everything worseJerry Adler examines the issues with Trump's tweets about the death toll from Hurricane Maria.


Thursday, September 20, 2018 - Six more victims accuse reality TV star surgeon and his girlfriend of rape

Six more victims accuse reality TV star surgeon and his girlfriend of rapeSix more women have come out to accuse a former reality TV star surgeon and his girlfriend of rape and sexual assault in southern California. According to Orange County District Attorney Chief of Staff Susan Kang Schroeder at least 30 more people have called investigators about Dr Grant William Robicheaux, 38, and Cerissa Laura Riley, 31. The pair has been charged with rape by use of drugs, oral copulation by anaesthesia or controlled substance, possession of a controlled substance for sale, and sexual assault after two women came forward.


Wednesday, September 19, 2018 - Rep. Anna Eshoo Explains Why Christine Blasey Ford's Accusations Stuck With Her

Rep. Anna Eshoo Explains Why Christine Blasey Ford's Accusations Stuck With HerCalifornia Rep. Anna Eshoo (D), the lawmaker who first heard Christine Blasey


Thursday, September 20, 2018 - The Latest: Target says Ole Miss donor's post is 'racist'

The Latest: Target says Ole Miss donor's post is 'racist'OXFORD, Miss. (AP) — The Latest on a Facebook post by the namesake of the University of Mississippi journalism school (all times local):


Wednesday, September 19, 2018 - Korea summit economic pledge raises sanctions-busting fears

Korea summit economic pledge raises sanctions-busting fearsSpeaking at a joint news conference in Pyongyang on Wednesday, South Korea's President Moon Jae-in said he and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un agreed to the normalization of the Kaesong joint border industrial park and tours to North Korea's Mount Kumgang. The two projects, which were suspended amid tensions between the rivals under Moon's two conservative predecessors, had been lucrative sources of cash for the impoverished North. Moon said the steps were part of an agreement to turn the Korean peninsula into a "land of peace without nuclear weapons and nuclear threats".


Thursday, September 20, 2018 - A Family Seeks Answers After 2 Mental Health Patients Drown In Police Custody

A Family Seeks Answers After 2 Mental Health Patients Drown In Police CustodyThe family of one of two mental health patients detained in South Carolina who


Wednesday, September 19, 2018 - Teen Abducted by Tad Cummins Recounts Twisted Advances by Ex-Teacher

Teen Abducted by Tad Cummins Recounts Twisted Advances by Ex-TeacherElizabeth Thomas says she was scared, and didn't want to reveal to her parents and friends that she'd been kissed by a grown man.


Wednesday, September 19, 2018 - The Best Way to Visit Berlin Is Through These Roaring 1920s Hot Spots

The Best Way to Visit Berlin Is Through These Roaring 1920s Hot Spots


Wednesday, September 19, 2018 - Syria's Bashar al-Assad blames Israel over downing of Russian plane, heightening tensions

Syria's Bashar al-Assad blames Israel over downing of Russian plane, heightening tensionsPresident Bashar al-Assad on Wednesday blamed Israel for the downing of a Russian plane, which was accidentally hit by Syrian anti-aircraft fire during an Israeli missile strike. His intervention risks provoking fresh tensions a day after Moscow and Israel moved to de-escalate a row that threatened to build into a military confrontation.  "This unfortunate incident was the result of Israeli arrogance and depravity," the Syrian leader said, offering his condolences in a letter to his Russian counterpart for the death of 15 Russian crew members killed in the incident over Syria on Monday. "We are determined that such tragic events will sway neither you nor us from continuing the fight against terrorism," he continued in the letter published by the official Sana agency. The Russian plane was shot down by Syria's Russian-made S-200 air defence system and all aboard were killed on Tuesday. The Russian military has accused Israeli pilots of using the Russian plane as cover, "exposing it to fire from Syrian air defences" while they mounted an air raid.  Israel said it had targeted a Syrian military facility where weapons manufacturing systems were "about to be transferred on behalf of Iran" to Lebanese Shia group Hizbollah. Putin wants to claim victory in Syria – but needs to watch for his old ally Iran It was the worst "friendly fire" incident between Moscow and the Syrian regime since Russian forces intervened in the country in late 2015 to support Mr Assad whose grip on power had been weakened by rebels and jihadist fighters. Vladmir Putin, the Russian president, had struck a conciliatory tone a day earlier describing the incident as the result of "tragic accidental circumstances," but warning Benjamin Netanyahu, the Israeli prime minister, against carrying out such operations in the future and promiding to beef up security for Russian forces in Syria. Russia military aircraft (Il-20) disappeared of the coast of Syria Mr Netanyahu on Tuesday expressed his "sorrow" to Mr Putin in a phone call, offering to assist Moscow in the investigation. However he insisted the Russian plane had been felled by "extensive and inaccurate Syrian anti-aircraft (fire)". In recent months Israel has increased its attacks in Syria against the regime or its ally Iran.


Wednesday, September 19, 2018 - Jeff Flake blasts Donald Trump Jr. over Kavanaugh accuser post

Jeff Flake blasts Donald Trump Jr. over Kavanaugh accuser postJeff Flake, a GOP senator from Arizona and an outspoken Trump critic, takes issue with an Instagram post by the president's eldest son.


Thursday, September 20, 2018 - Police Shot and Killed a Gunman Who Injured Four People in a Pennsylvania Courtroom

Police Shot and Killed a Gunman Who Injured Four People in a Pennsylvania CourtroomThe suspect was due in court on charges related to a domestic violence incident


Thursday, September 20, 2018 - 33 Next-Level Ways To Oven-Roast Potatoes

33 Next-Level Ways To Oven-Roast Potatoes


Thursday, September 20, 2018 - GOP Sen. Lisa Murkowski Just Got Even More Pressure To Vote Against Brett Kavanaugh

GOP Sen. Lisa Murkowski Just Got Even More Pressure To Vote Against Brett KavanaughAlaska Gov. Bill Walker (I) and Lt. Gov. Byron Mallott (D) announced Thursday


Wednesday, September 19, 2018 - May urges fellow EU leaders to drop 'unacceptable' Brexit demands

May urges fellow EU leaders to drop 'unacceptable' Brexit demandsPrime Minister Theresa May was set to appeal directly to fellow European leaders at a summit on Wednesday to drop "unacceptable" Brexit demands that she said could rip Britain apart, and to urge the bloc to respond in kind to her plan, according to a senior British government source.


Thursday, September 20, 2018 - Netanyahu tests Israeli fast train from Jerusalem to Tel Aviv

Netanyahu tests Israeli fast train from Jerusalem to Tel AvivPrime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu tested Israel's new high-speed train from Jerusalem to Tel Aviv on Thursday, but much work remains before it is fully operational. Netanyahu joined Transportation Minister Yisrael Katz on the ride from a newly built train station in Jerusalem's city centre to Ben Gurion International Airport near Tel Aviv. Travelling at speeds up to 160 kilometres (100 miles) per hour, the ride from central Jerusalem to the airport will take 21 minutes -- half the time it takes to drive there in normal traffic, though congestion often makes the trip much longer.


Thursday, September 20, 2018 - Jogger Seeks Shelter at Chinese Restaurant After She’s Brutally Stabbed: Authorities

Jogger Seeks Shelter at Chinese Restaurant After She’s Brutally Stabbed: AuthoritiesCustomers tried to revive the newly-engaged woman before she died.


Wednesday, September 19, 2018 - Elizabeth Smart's kidnapper released from prison

Elizabeth Smart's kidnapper released from prisonWanda Barzee, 72, was released this week after serving 15 years despite Smart's pleas.


Thursday, September 20, 2018 - Hezbollah leader boasts group has 'highly accurate' missiles

Hezbollah leader boasts group has 'highly accurate' missilesThe leader of Lebanon's Hezbollah boasted they possess "highly accurate" missiles despite Israeli attempts to prevent it from acquiring such weapons.


Thursday, September 20, 2018 - ‘What Is Wrong With You?’: Trump Slammed For Tone-Deaf Comments To Storm Survivors

‘What Is Wrong With You?’: Trump Slammed For Tone-Deaf Comments To Storm SurvivorsPresident Donald Trump made a number of eyebrow-raising comments on Wednesday


Thursday, September 20, 2018 - 4 Big Revelations from the Kim-Moon Summit

4 Big Revelations from the Kim-Moon SummitCan Seoul achieve North Korean denuclearization and keep its alliance with Washington too?


Wednesday, September 19, 2018 - Logan Circle stabbing: Manhunt for three suspects after woman killed in Washington

Logan Circle stabbing: Manhunt for three suspects after woman killed in WashingtonPolice have launched a manhunt for three suspects after a female jogger was stabbed to death in Washington DC. The woman was running through the Logan Circle neighbourhood in Northwest Washington at about 8.00pm local time on Tuesday when the attack took place, according to Washington police spokesperson Alaina Gertz. The restaurant’s security camera footage reportedly shows the woman entering the eatery before an ambulance rushed her to a nearby hospital, where she was pronounced dead.


Thursday, September 20, 2018 - Emilia Clarke's Badass 'Game Of Thrones' Tattoo Proves She's The Real Dragon Deal

Emilia Clarke's Badass 'Game Of Thrones' Tattoo Proves She's The Real Dragon DealEmilia Clarke will forever wear her "Game of Thrones" role on her wrist.


Wednesday, September 19, 2018 - U.S. judge dismisses GM ignition switch criminal case

U.S. judge dismisses GM ignition switch criminal caseU.S. District Judge Alison Nathan approved a request filed Monday by federal prosecutors to dismiss the two-count criminal information. In 2015, GM entered into a deferred prosecution agreement with the U.S. Attorney's Office in New York after the Detroit automaker was charged with concealing information from government officials, and wire fraud. GM agreed to pay a $900 million fine and accept three years of oversight by an independent monitor.


Thursday, September 20, 2018 - Gavin Williamson commits extra British troops in Ukraine to stop Russia 'reversing Cold War outcome'

Gavin Williamson commits extra British troops in Ukraine to stop Russia 'reversing Cold War outcome'Only a month ago, a Ukrainian soldier was killed by sniper fire at the spot where Gavin Williamson, the Defence Secretary, is now standing. This is the front line of the West’s new war with Russia. Two hundred yards away, Russian-backed separatists are in position, their sniper rifles at the ready. Protected by helmet and body armour, Mr Williamson is surveying the remains of a hospital, its walls bullet-riddled and the windows blown out. Separatist fighters had targeted it with mortars  and machine gun fire from across the fields that now represent an illegal de facto border between Ukraine and Russian-occupied territory outside Marinka, a satellite town about three miles to the west of Donetsk.  Mr Williamson had deployed forward from the safety of Kiev, Ukraine’s capital city, to see for himself the effects of what he called Russia’s “brazen and reckless” act of initiating the conflict in the east of the country.  Britain will increase military support to its ally by sending Royal Marines later this year and increase the presence of Royal Navy patrols in the Black Sea in 2019.  Odessa, Ukraine’s biggest port, located in the west of the country, is expected to come under pressure from the Russian Navy over the coming months as they try to effect an economic blockade. Gavin Williamson with troops in the contested region of Ukraine. September 18th 2018. Tension with Russia after Ukraine’s Maidan Revolution in 2014 led to separatists, backed by regular Russian military units, seizing Crimea and a large swathe of Ukrainian territory along the border. More than 10,000 lives have been lost in the conflict. Mr Williamson’s Ukrainian hosts watched nervously as the Secretary of State surveyed the damage, mindful that he stay on the paved surface. The fields either side are now feared to have been planted with landmines hidden beneath the soil.  The Ukrainian soldier killed last month had been shot at from a house on the Russian separatist side of the frontline. Mr Williamson became on Tuesday the first western minister outside of Ukraine to experience the frontline - and Vladimir Putin’s land grab - at such close proximity. He may as well have been sauntering down Whitehall. “The Kremlin is trying to undermine our values, destroy our way of life, and reverse the outcome of the Cold War,” said Mr Williamson, 42. “Its behaviour only increases the risk of miscalculation and the prospect of crisis turning to chaos.”  There needs to be a response to Russian encroachment. We’ve got to make it clear that there is a price to be paid for such actionsDefence Secretary Gavin Williamson The Mi-8 Hip helicopter taking us east towards the 300 mile-long Line of Control, the new, illegal border with Russia, had raced forward at 120 knots, pulling up sharply to get over trees and power lines. Twenty-six Ukrainian aircraft have been shot down by Russian-supplied surface to air missiles since the conflict started, so the pilots take no chances and cling to the safety of the folds in the earth.  Some 35,000 Russian-backed separatists and an estimated 4,000 regular Russian troops are located in the Donetsk and Luhansk regions of eastern Ukraine. Holding them back are around 60,000 Ukrainian forces. The Kremlin tried to break the will of the Ukrainian people, Mr Williamson said, but the nation came together against such a blatant act of aggression. “What you’ve seen is an independent free nation that has been attacked by a powerful neighbour and we’ve seen men and women come together to repel that invasion and push back those that would wish to do them harm,” he told the Telegraph, accompanying him on the visit.   “Vladimir Putin and his cronies around him want to abuse their power. This is not the type of behaviour we expect of any nation, let alone one that sits as a permanent member of the Security Council. [Russia is becoming] a pariah nation.”  The Defence Secretary receives a brief in a hardened bunker from the Ukrainian General in command of the operational area.  Around 300,000 people live without clean water after the treatment plant supplying this region of Ukraine was destroyed by shelling. Just inside Russia an estimated 700 tanks are available to push further into Ukraine should the order come. Cyber attacks are common with Ukrainian military personnel regularly harassed on their personal mobile phones. The message from Russia is clear: we can get to you any time we want.   Russia’s military intelligence arm, the GRU, blamed by Britain for the nerve agent attack in Salisbury, is also present. Two GRU operatives were caught inside Ukraine in 2016 and exchanged for a pilot that had been shot down. They are all constant reminders of how easily Russia and the separatists can raise or lower the pressure, according to the wider agenda of destabilising Ukraine and making it an unattractive prospect for Nato or EU membership.  Gavin Williamson stayed at the front line for about 20 minutes, accompanied by Ukraine’s Joint Force Operation Commander, Lieutenant General Serhiy Nayev. The protection party of around 50 soldiers, scanning the scrub and battered buildings nearby for signs of movement, were eager to move on.  Four years of war in Europe: A photo dispatch from the frontline in Ukraine Despite all the security measures, including having two Mi-24 Hind helicopter gunships cover our approach, the soldiers admitted Russia probably knew the British Defence Secretary was here. To attack the British minister would, of course, be an outrageous and provocative act, but after Salisbury all rules have changed. Mr Williamson was undeterred and happy to stay chatting with Ukrainian troops. “We have common values and we believe in standing up for those common values,” he said, “It’s important that we stand up for the international rules-based order. “There is a constant pattern where Russia is pushing the boundaries of acceptable behaviour [and] there needs to be a response to Russian encroachment. We’ve got to make it clear that there is a price to be paid for such actions.”  Mr Williamson is in no doubt that blame lies directly with Mr Putin. “The behaviour of the Putin-led regime is not acceptable. We want to be able to ensure that the people who are on the front line, where we are today, have the best ability to survive and defend their homeland.” He also fears Mr Putin is widening his new Cold War with the West. Mr Williamson added: “We’re seeing Russian aggression, not just on the front line but an increasingly more assertive posture in the Black Sea. They want to open up new fronts.” Gavin Williamson is shown the last checkpoint on the Ukrainian side of the contested Line of Control. The Russian-backed separatist checkpoint is 300m further down the road.  The Defence Secretary is pledging to stand firm. “We’re going to be upping our training and support efforts with the Royal Navy and Royal Marines, making sure that the Ukrainian Navy and Ukrainian forces have the skills and the technical ability to deal with these increasing threats.” Mr Williamson was criticised in the past for saying Russia should “go away and shut up”. Invited by the Telegraph to repeat his suggestion at full volume towards the trenches just a few hundred yards away, he politely declined.  It was time to get back in the heavily armoured vehicles and head West, to the relative safety of Kiev. Mr Williamson’s full-throated support for his Ukrainian hosts and promise of increased British military personnel had earned much praise. “You are very brave for coming here,” one Ukrainian soldier told him.  “Our commitment remains unwavering,” Gavin Williamson said. “As long as the danger lasts we will continue to stand by your side. The safer you are here, the safer we are in the UK.”  


Thursday, September 20, 2018 - Pot 'enthusiasts' wanted to sample cannabis in Canada, hundreds apply

Pot 'enthusiasts' wanted to sample cannabis in Canada, hundreds applyA Toronto marketing company is looking to recruit six "cannabis enthusiasts" to test strains of pot and report back on their characteristics. "A self-avowed interest in cannabis together with the ability to distinguish the often nuanced characteristics of different strains is desirable," said the job posting. The selected pot "connoisseurs" will form a "cannabis curation committee" whose advice will help determine which strains the company includes in sample packages once recreational-use pot becomes legal on October 17.


Wednesday, September 19, 2018 - 10 European Castles and Palaces You Need to Add to Your Travel Bucket List

10 European Castles and Palaces You Need to Add to Your Travel Bucket List


Thursday, September 20, 2018 - 8 people, including 4 migrants in US illegally, die in crash

8 people, including 4 migrants in US illegally, die in crashPHOENIX (AP) — Eight people, including four immigrants in the U.S. illegally, were killed in a head-on crash on an Arizona highway, authorities said Thursday.


Wednesday, September 19, 2018 - Trump Boasts About Steel Industry’s ‘New Life' As More Steelworkers Vote To Strike

Trump Boasts About Steel Industry’s ‘New Life' As More Steelworkers Vote To StrikePresident Donald Trump recently boasted about the U.S. steel industry. "It has


Wednesday, September 19, 2018 - Mollie Tibbetts Murder: Accused Killer Cristhian Bahena Rivera Pleads Not Guilty

Mollie Tibbetts Murder: Accused Killer Cristhian Bahena Rivera Pleads Not GuiltyCristhian Bahena Rivera's trial is scheduled to begin April 16.


Wednesday, September 19, 2018 - N. Korea's Kim to visit Seoul, shut missile site

N. Korea's Kim to visit Seoul, shut missile siteNorth Korea's Kim Jong Un agreed Wednesday to shutter a missile-testing site and visit Seoul, a historic move the US welcomed by saying it was ready for immediate talks aimed at denuclearising North Korea by January 2021. Kim's ground-breaking announcement came at a summit with the South's President Moon Jae-in in Pyongyang, where the two signed a document to strengthen ties between the two halves of the divided peninsula. Progress on the key issue of the North's nuclear arsenal was limited but, building on a growing rapprochement, the two leaders agreed to create a facility to hold family reunions at any time, work towards joining up road and rail links, and mount a combined bid for the 2032 Olympics.


Thursday, September 20, 2018 - Christine Blasey Ford Says She's Willing To Negotiate On Testimony Next Week

Christine Blasey Ford Says She's Willing To Negotiate On Testimony Next WeekChristine Blasey Ford, the psychology professor who accused Supreme Court


Wednesday, September 19, 2018 - 'I can't hear you' - 911 calls couldn't get help to beach in time to save shark attack victim's life

'I can't hear you' - 911 calls couldn't get help to beach in time to save shark attack victim's lifeSeveral people at the Cape Cod beach tried to call 911 to report the shark attack, but poor to no cell service slowed their calls for help.


Wednesday, September 19, 2018 - Factbox: Bayer's Monsanto faces broad U.S. glyphosate litigation

Factbox: Bayer's Monsanto faces broad U.S. glyphosate litigationThe company filed a post-trial motion on Tuesday for California Superior Court Judge Suzanne Bolanos in San Francisco to set aside the Aug. 10 jury verdict, reduce the award or grant a new trial, saying there was insufficient evidence for the jury to conclude glyphosate caused the man's disease. Bayer denies allegations that glyphosate, the world's most widely used weed-killer, causes cancer and said it would appeal the verdict if necessary. The jury awarded $39 million in compensatory damages and $250 million in punitive damages to school groundskeeper Dewayne Johnson, who was diagnosed with non-Hodgkin's lymphoma, a cancer of the lymph system, in 2014.


Wednesday, September 19, 2018 - Mother-of-three becomes fastest human being on a bike at 183.9mph

Mother-of-three becomes fastest human being on a bike at 183.9mphA woman has become the fastest human on a bicycle, reaching a speed of 183.9mph. Denise Mueller-Korenek, 45, shattered a two-decade-old land speed cycling record which was previously held by a man. Her incredible feat, which has yet to be officially verified by Guinness World Records, took place on the Bonneville Salt Flats in Utah. She rode a custom-made bike that was attached to the the back of a drag racing car until she hit 100mph. Denise Mueller Korenek obliterated the male record  Credit: Action Plus The bike was then released and she pedalled in the slipstream of the vehicle which was driven by Shea Holbrook, a female professional racing driver. Mueller-Korenek eclipsed her own speed record for a female cyclist which had been 147mph, set in 2016. She also shattered the existing male record of 167mph which has stood since 1995 and was set by Dutch cyclist Fred Rompelber. After successfully slowing down and demounting she yelled out: "Beat that, Fred!" Denise Mueller-Korenek at the salt flats in Utah Credit: Matt Ben Stone/Action Plus Mueller-Korenek said: "I think we broke the limit of what we were supposed to do. That was rough." The cyclist said she had been bounced around at the unprecedented speed. Mueller-Korenek, an American, is a former champion competitive cyclist who retired early to start a family and run a home security business. Holbrook, her driver, said: "It was the ride of her life and the drive of mine." She added: "Where's our margarita? We have the salt." Denise Mueller-Korenek and driver Shea Holbrook celebrate Credit:  Matt Ben Stone/Action Plus It would be the first time a woman has held the overall cycling land speed record. The record stretches back to 1899 when cyclist Charlie Murphy used a steam train to help get him to 60mph. It has been broken around 10 times over the last century, always by men. Mueller-Korenek's bike was set up so that each revolution of the pedals propelled her 128ft. Bikes used in the Tour de France reach about 30ft per turn in high gear. The new record has yet to be officially verified but is expected to be. The 2019 Guinness Book of World Records, in pictures A spokeswoman for Guinness World Records told The Daily Telegraph: "I can confirm that Denise’s impressive achievement has not been verified yet. "We certainly welcome her to apply and submit this new feat for further review by our records management team. "She is the current Guinness World Records title holder for the fastest bicycle speed in slipstream (female) for her feat in 2016." Mueller-Korenek is a mother of three. After getting off her bike she was hugged by her son Daniel, 18, who said: “Good job Mom.” She said: “Now I know how Evel Knievel felt.”


Thursday, September 20, 2018 - Aston Martin's Next Mid-Engined Hypercar Is Coming in 2021

Aston Martin's Next Mid-Engined Hypercar Is Coming in 2021Only 500 copies of the new successor to the Valkyrie, code-named 003, will be produced.


Thursday, September 20, 2018 - Yellowstone thermal spring erupts for 4th time in 60 years

Yellowstone thermal spring erupts for 4th time in 60 yearsBOZEMAN, Mont. (AP) — A thermal spring near Old Faithful in Yellowstone National Park has erupted for the fourth time in the last 60 years, a park official said Thursday.


Thursday, September 20, 2018 - Alibaba Backpedals On Promise To Bring 1 Million Jobs To U.S., Blames Trump Tariff War

Alibaba Backpedals On Promise To Bring 1 Million Jobs To U.S., Blames Trump Tariff WarChinese tech giant Alibaba will no longer bring the 1 million jobs it had


Thursday, September 20, 2018 - Puppies With Hair Ties Around Their Mouths Rescued From Kansas Apartment

Puppies With Hair Ties Around Their Mouths Rescued From Kansas ApartmentThe pups are now in a foster home.


Wednesday, September 19, 2018 - Summit peak: Mt. Paektu final stop of North-South meeting

Summit peak: Mt. Paektu final stop of North-South meetingAn active volcano, Mount Paektu is the tallest peak on the Korean peninsula and often considered the spiritual home of the Korean nation. The 2,744-metre (9,003-foot) peak is referenced in the first verse of the South Korean national anthem, and "Let's go to Mount Paektu" is a popular North Korean pop song calling for loyalty to Kim Jong Un. Kim and Moon Jae-in went to the peak together on Thursday, in the last act of the South Korean president's three-day visit to the North.


Wednesday, September 19, 2018 - Masontown shooting: Multiple injured including police officer at Pennsylvania courthouse

Masontown shooting: Multiple injured including police officer at Pennsylvania courthouseFour people have been injured and taken to the hospital including a reported police officer in Pennsylvania after a gunman opened fire at a district judge's office, several local reports indicate. The shooting occurred sometime after 2pm local time in Masontown, Pennsylvania, and the Fayette County coroner has been called to the scene, an employee at that office has confirmed. Two of the victims were airlifted to JW Ruby Memorial Hospital in West Virginia after the shooting, and one was taken to that hospital through emergency ground transportation.