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Did Kathy Griffin break the law with Trump photo shoot?

Did Kathy Griffin break the law with Trump photo shoot?

The network says it has terminated its agreement with the comedian to appear on its New Year's Eve programs. Griffin has co-hosted "New Years Eve Live" with CNN host Anderson Cooper since 2007. "She's actually begged for forgiveness, and I believe in forgiveness". Late Tuesday, the network had called Griffin's photos "disgusting and offensive", according to a statement from a CNN spokesperson.


Macron stands ground with Putin, hits Russia media's 'lying propaganda'

Macron stands ground with Putin, hits Russia media's 'lying propaganda'

Both the leaders discussed on various issues which has been affecting the bilateral ties including the Syrian conflict which has been drawing a flak from the European nations. The meeting took place at Versailles palace near Paris . It started with a firm but brief handshake with Mr Putin - nothing like his white-knuckle clasping contest with Donald Trump, the USA president, at the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation summit.



Why Lebanon Is Attempting to Ban Wonder Woman

The AP could not reach officials at Lebanon's Economy Ministry or Warner Bros. for comment. At DC, " Wonder Woman " beats out Christopher Nolan's " The Dark Knight ", which earned a 94 percent freshness rating , and this year's "The Lego Batman Movie", which earned a 90 percent.



Spicer on Kushner Back-Channel: "Not Substantiated by Anything but Anonymous Sources"

It's an extraordinary step for the White House to suddenly farm out inquiries about a subject about which the president is publicly commenting on-and in this case, just hours beforehand . A Friday report in The Washington Post said Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak told Moscow that Kushner was the one who wanted a secret communications channel between Trump's team and the Kremlin .



Malaysia Airlines plane forced to return to Melbourne

Flight 128 was about 10 minutes into a flight from Melbourne when the man walked from his economy seat to the cockpit door clutching an electronic device and threatening to blow up the plane, creating panic among passengers. It landed at Melbourne Airport at 11.40pm local time and was kept in a remote bay while security services were called. The Airbus A330-300 carrying 337 passengers returned to the airport about 30 minutes after take-off.



MAS flight returns to Melbourne airport due to disruptive passenger

The plane was grounded in Melbourne and the passenger in question was "apprehended by airport security", the airline confirmed. "The passenger, a Sri Lankan national, claimed to have a bomb". "We don't want to be stigmatizing any more than mental illness is already stigmatized". All other flights diverted to Avalon, near Geelong, with Melbourne Airport reportedly in lock down.