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2018年1月31日 星期三

Breaking News: Schiff accuses Nunes of making secret changes to classified memo before White House review

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Los Angeles Times
Jan 31, 2018
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Schiff accuses Nunes of making secret changes to classified memo before White House review

Wednesday, January 31, 2018, 7:28 PM PT

Rep. Devin Nunes "secretly altered" a classified and controversial memo about secret surveillance during the 2016 presidential campaign before he sent it to the White House for review, Rep. Adam Schiff said Wednesday night.


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Singaporeans catch view of rare astronomical event last seen 152 years ago; Grassroots volunteers to help at major MRT breakdowns

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SINGAPORE

Singaporeans catch view of rare astronomical event last seen 152 years ago

A lunar eclipse, a blue moon and a supermoon occurred simultaneously on Wednesday evening, in a rare coincidence which last happened on March 31, 1866.

SINGAPORE

Grassroots volunteers to help at major MRT breakdowns

In a first here, the People's Association (PA) is tapping on its 1,800-strong Community Emergency Response Team (Cert) to help transport operators during unexpected major rail disruptions and station closures.

ASIA

China urges US to work together for a 'beautiful future' following Trump's State of the Union address

China responded to the US President's characterisation of the Asian power as a rival that challenges American values by urging both sides to manage differences and work towards a "beautiful future".

SINGAPORE

Waterspout and strong winds blow away boats, dumpster at East Coast Park during stormy weather

Videos circulating online show the fierce gusts blowing leaves and debris up into the air. At least three boats are seen being tossed into the air as well. 

BUSINESS

Next phase of transformation to consider industries in clusters, not isolation: Heng Swee Keat

After the launch of sector-specific road maps, the next phase of Singapore's industry transformation efforts should look at possible overlaps between industries instead, said Finance Minister Heng Swee Keat.

SINGAPORE

Drivers who cause harm: Sentencing framework set out

Even as a High Court judge set a new three-tier sentencing framework for those who cause grievous hurt due to negligence on the road, he questioned an appellant's use of an MP's letter to downplay her culpability.

OPINION

Has trust in the government been eroded? It's time to talk frankly

With trust being in the news again recently, a trust deficit can bankrupt the reservoir of goodwill between people and government, says Chua Mui Hoong. 

SINGAPORE

More schemes to help care for patients after they leave hospital

More hospitals are scaling up their post-discharge programmes to ensure that patients continue to receive proper medical care at home.

SINGAPORE

Singapore's mountain of e-waste

In the 10 minutes you take to read this article, roughly 1,141kg of electrical and electronic items - the weight of 7,610 mobile phones - would have been thrown away by people and companies across Singapore.

SPORT

Motor racing: Formula One to stop using 'grid girls'

The sport's organisers Liberty Media said the practice of having scantily clad women milling about in the grid area before races was "clearly at odds with modern day societal norms".

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TOP OF THE NEWS

GIC in deal to buy stake in Thomson Reuters unit

Young start-up co-founder to share experiences at forum

From economy to defence to terror fight

WORLD

I'm no quitter, says British PM amid calls to go

Malaysia defends tourism logo despite online criticism

US 'optimistic' over dip in Philippines extrajudicial deaths

OPINION

Keeping Employment Act relevant

Can Mahathir's party win Malaysia?

Restoring trust in leadership

FORUM

Parents have main responsibility of supervising children on Internet

Cookhouse meals in SAF carefully planned

Disappointed buyers can also turn to Sale of Goods Act

BIG PICTURE

Getting to the bottom of the issue

HOME

Thousands gather for Thaipusam festivities

Short courses for hospitality staff to reduce work disruptions

Phone receivers, wall sockets among cockroach hot spots

SCIENCE

Look, Photo Ark wants people to care

Flow Hives create buzz about beekeeping in Australia

A giant leap for species data gathering

BUSINESS

New board members at MAS and EDB

Samsung rings up record Q4 and full-year profits

Mineral, oil, gas firms face listing rule tweaks

SPORT

Local football coaches Noor Ali and Firdaus Kassim get big breaks in region's top leagues

I score goals like Henry, says new Gunner Aubameyang

Under-pressure Liverpool finally get better of minnows

LIFE

The Shape Of Water is a woman-monster myth, says director Guillermo del Toro

Gerard Butler says he feels like a child next to Den Of Thieves' other macho actors

Nostalgic film Youth looks at young love during wartime

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Breaking News: Did deputies dump a homeless man in San Pedro? L.A. councilman wants an investigation

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Los Angeles Times
Jan 31, 2018
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Did deputies dump a homeless man in San Pedro? L.A. councilman wants an investigation

Wednesday, January 31, 2018, 2:22 PM PT

Los Angeles City Councilman Joe Buscaino today called on the Sheriff's Department to investigate the possible dumping of a homeless man in San Pedro.

A video shows deputies driving away from a man who appears agitated and disheveled as he walks down a San Pedro sidewalk. A resident said that before he began shooting the video, he saw a deputy let the man out of her patrol vehicle.


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