LONDON | Doctors reject Trump’s “war zone” comments on London crime

LONDON (AP) — Some British doctors and legislators reacted angrily Saturday to President Donald Trump’s pro-gun comments at an NRA convention comparing a London hospital to a war zone because of knife crime. Trump’s provocative comments are expected to increase concerns about his planned first presidential visit to Britain on July 13. Dr. Martin Griffiths, … Continue reading LONDON | Doctors reject Trump’s “war zone” comments on London crime

American IRA Explains the Good and Bad News in Self-Directed Real Estate IRAs and Longevity

Asheville, NC/ May 05, 2018 (STLRealEstate.News) — The good news about living a long life is that you lived a long life. For some, that can also be the bad news. A recent American IRA post identified Real Estate IRAs as ideal retirement vehicles for enduring longevity throughout retirement. Funding a long-term retirement can be … Continue reading American IRA Explains the Good and Bad News in Self-Directed Real Estate IRAs and Longevity

TEL AVIV, Israel | Viviani wins 2nd stage of Giro d’Italia in Tel Aviv

TEL AVIV, Israel (AP) — Elia Viviani has won the second stage of the Giro d’Italia. The Italian finished the 167-kilometer (104-mile) leg down the Mediterranean coast from Haifa to Tel Aviv in under four hours on Saturday to edge out a bunch sprint finish. Thanks to a time bonus, Australian rider Rohan Dennis took … Continue reading TEL AVIV, Israel | Viviani wins 2nd stage of Giro d’Italia in Tel Aviv

Hindu man sues condo association over religious symbol ban

PHILADELPHIA/ May 5, 2018 (AP)(STLRealEstate.News) — A Philadelphia man has launched a legal fight against his condo association over a Hindu symbol that they say violates regulations. Akhilesh Tripathi, 64, has called the luxury Murano skyscraper home for nearly a decade, The Philadelphia Inquirer reported . His daughter gifted him a toran blessed by a … Continue reading Hindu man sues condo association over religious symbol ban

WARSAW, Poland | The Latest: Rescuers in Poland find 2 coal miners alive

WARSAW, Poland (AP) — The Latest on missing coal miners in Poland (all times local): 5 p.m. A Polish mining company says two missing miners have been found hurt but conscious but rescuers are still trying to reach five other missing miners after a tremor at a coal mine in southern Poland. Katarzyna Jablonska-Bajer of … Continue reading WARSAW, Poland | The Latest: Rescuers in Poland find 2 coal miners alive

VATICAN CITY | Swiss Guards: World’s oldest standing army gets new headgear

VATICAN CITY (AP) — The world’s oldest standing army is getting some new headgear. The Swiss Guards plan to replace their metal helmets with plastic PVC ones made with a 3-D printer, giving the pope’s army cooler and more comfortable headgear when standing guard for hours at a time. The Swiss Guards unveiled the helmet … Continue reading VATICAN CITY | Swiss Guards: World’s oldest standing army gets new headgear

CONCORD, N.H. | Dartmouth embraces historical accountability in new project

CONCORD, N.H. (AP) — As educational institutions across the country wrestle with their ties to slavery, Dartmouth College is taking a closer look at the darkest corners of its history. The college plans to launch a “historical accountability” project this summer, which aims to better understand how marginalized groups, including African-Americans and other underrepresented students, … Continue reading CONCORD, N.H. | Dartmouth embraces historical accountability in new project

OMAHA, Neb | Warren Buffett spending day fielding shareholder questions

OMAHA, Neb. (AP) — Investor Warren Buffett will spend the day fielding questions at Berkshire Hathaway’s annual meeting before a crowd of tens of thousands of people. Berkshire shareholders can celebrate the fact that most of the companies 90-odd businesses are performing well as the economy continues growing, but the conglomerate’s future is always in … Continue reading OMAHA, Neb | Warren Buffett spending day fielding shareholder questions