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Travel

Flight attendant must pay model $101,000 for burns from soup spill

The model had to undergo extensive corrective skin surgeries.

United States

Voters will consider recall of judge in Stanford rape case

Silicon Valley voters will decide in June whether to recall a judge criticized for his handling of the case of a former Stanford University swimmer convicted of sexual assault.

Business

Ex-Obama administration official in exclusive talks with Weinstein Co: source

(Reuters) - The Weinstein Company has entered into exclusive negotiations to sell the studio with a group of investors led by former Obama administration official Maria Contreras-Sweet, a source familiar with the matter said on Tuesday.

United States

Affairs, 'dark web' scam in focus as Minnesota murder-for-hire trial begins

Washington County opened its trial against Stephen Allwine Monday, a case with a plot stripped from the pages of a murder mystery—sex, lies, murder and a hit man for hire.

Politics

Dems Feinstein, Schiff suggest Russian bots pushed for release of controversial memo

Top Democrats are calling on Facebook and Twitter to investigate and release information behind potential Russian-linked accounts that are advocating for the release sealed congressional memo.

United States

The Latest: Classmate says shackled girl was bullied, frail

The Latest on the torture and abuse case against the parents of 13 siblings in California (all times local): 4:50 p.m. Classmates say the oldest of 13 siblings found captive in their California home was bullied during grade school in Fort Worth, Texas.

Sport

Japan PM Abe to attend Pyeongchang Olympics: government source

TOKYO (Reuters) - Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe is planning to attend the Pyeongchang Olympics in South Korea next month, a government source said on Wednesday, after earlier reports he would skip the Games to protest at Seoul's position on "comfort

United States

U.S. author Ursula K. Le Guin dies at 88: family

(Reuters) - Science fiction and fantasy author Ursula K. Le Guin, author of "The Left Hand of Darkness" and the Earthsea series, died in her home in Portland, Oregon, her son said on Tuesday. She was 88.

Politics

Former staffers admit to circulating lewd photos of Democratic rep, husband

Former employees of Del. Stacey Plaskett, D-V.I., pleaded guilty Tuesday to charges related to distributing lewd images of the Virgin Islands congresswoman and her husband.

United Kingdom

Advertising guru Sir Martin Sorrell tells Facebook and Google to stop denying they are media companies

ADVERTISING guru Sir Martin Sorrell has told Facebook and Google to stop denying they are media companies. He said the web giants now even employ editorial staff to check content in the wake of a series of fake news scandals. Speaking at the World Economi

Life & Style

Tourists say they ordered steaks and water, got $1.3K bill

Venice mayor says he's looking into the potentially 'shameful episode.'

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