Trump's sister quit as federal judge after probe of her possible role

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Trump's sister quit as federal judge after probe of her possible role in family tax scam opened. The president's sister retired as a federal appellate judge in Philadelphia, ending a civil misconduct inquiry launched after a report that she participated in family tax-dodge schemes. Nikes Chief Executive, Mark Parker, Is Stepping Down. Mr. Parker, who was involved in multiple controversies in recent years, will become executive chairman of the sportswear company. The Littlest Epicures. For a certain set of urban parents and entrepreneurs, Kraft mac and cheese is just not going to cut it. Why Many Top Hoops Recruits Wont Be at the N.C.A.A.s New Showcases. Leaders of college basketball have spent $10 million on the new camps in response to a corruption scandal. But those who would ideally participate havent embraced the changes. No end in sight for Lebanon anti-government protests. Lebanon's protesters have demonstrated against corruption and the political elite. Now protest leaders say the country faces a historic opportunity for change, but it is also dangerous. CNN Ben Wedeman reports. Police Fatally Shoot Brooklyn Man After He Critically Injures an Officer, Officials Say. A police officer was in a medically induced coma after being hit in the head with a metal chair during an altercation in a nail salon, officials said. Lets Double Date. But Maybe Your Wife Could Stay Home? A reader wonders whether its O.K. to tell a friend that his partner isnt welcome at their next outing. European Union orders Australia to change the name of Havarti cheese giving sole right to Denmark. The EU has ordered Havarti cheese in Australia must be changed as sole ownership of the name has been granted to Denmark. Bernie Sanders unveils plan to legalize marijuana within the first 100 days of administration. Independent senator Bernie Sanders, 78, has unveiled a comprehensive proposal to legalize marijuana which was released fittingly at 4.20pm on Thursday afternoon. Kenya launches the second phase of its billion-dollar Chinese railway project. Two years after the completion of the first phase of the Standard Gauge Railway project (SGR), Kenya's largest infrastructure project since independence, President Uhuru Kenyatta on Wednesday launched its second phase. Huge Nazi bunker to house luxury hotel. A landmark to Germany's wartime past, the Flakturm IV Hochbunker in the St Pauli district of Hamburg, is to become home to a luxury hotel complete with a memorial to victims of Nazi Germany. TRUST WATCHWitan Investment Trust. Rather than picking one fund manager to manage the fund, Witan, which aims for long-term growth, shares its money out between a selection of stock pickers which it classes as 'exceptional'. Reverend jailed after fleecing an elderly pensioner has a history of shoplifting and theft. Rev Edward Morris was jailed for ten months after stealing 5,000 from a 96-year-old parishioner who was one of his loyal flock. He looked after the woman's finances when she went into care. Mince on dripping toast? Yes please! The Quality Chop House lives on the Farringdon Road, a slab of Victoriana every bit as iconic as Smithfield market, a brisk stroll away. I must have wandered past a thousand times. UAW turns to Ford after GM workers approve new contract. The United Auto Workers union said on Friday it has chosen Ford Motor Co as the next U.S. automaker the union will negotiate with after workers at General Motors Co approved a new contract deal. Broadway star Celeste Holm's longtime Manhattan home put on the market for $14million by estranged son following her death. Boasting spectacular views over the city, the duplex at 88 Central Park is where the star lived for more than half a century and died this July, aged 95. Dan Dunning, whose father was Holm's third husband, told the New York Times 'She loved it because of the view of the park and the way she felt involvement with the seasons, just by looking through her windows. Glasgow University gives 'trigger warnings' about classic Brothers Grimm fairytales. A modern languages and cultures course at Glasgow University is giving students 'trigger warnings' about fairytales such as Snow White, Hansel and Gretel and Little Red Riding Hood. Walgreens, Target remove all 22-ounce JJ baby powder from their shelves. Walgreens Boots Alliance Inc and Target Corp on Friday became the latest retailers to remove all 22-ounce bottles of Johnson Johnson baby powder from their stores, after the healthcare conglomerate recalled some bottles because of possible asbestos contamination. Street life in London's iconic Brick Lane during the 70s is captured in black-and white images. Photographer Paul Trevor took the pictures in his Brick Lane neighbourhood in the 70s and 80s. His book 'Once Upon a Time in Brick Lane' shows life before the area underwent dramatic change. Grasping Rios Beauty and Tragedy. Joo Pinas photographs of Rio de Janeiro show How many goals did Ronaldo have in La Liga Who is Israel longest serving prime ministerlife remained a struggle for many residents during Brazils boom years. His books title? 46570, a reference to the number of murders in the city in the decade leading up to the 2016 Olympic Games. Toyota's not alone in the slow lane to self-driving cars. When Toyota Motor Corp launches its all-battery Lexus next year, the luxury model will be able to drive autonomously on highways, a big step for the Japanese automaker, which has so far trailed rivals in bringing self-driving cars to market. Coronation Street's Katie McGlynn shares heartfelt Instagram post. The Coronation Street actress, 26, took to social media to share a heartfelt post ahead of her character Sinead Tinker's devastating onscreen death on Friday. Microsoft beats Amazon for Pentagon's $10 billion cloud computing contract. Microsoft Corp. has won the Pentagon's $10 billion cloud computing contract, the Defense Department said on Friday, beating out favorite Amazon.com Inc .

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