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Amid his sweeping cultural reforms and systematic purges from the royal family, Saudi Arabia’s crown prince this week called Iran’s supreme leader the “new Hitler of the Middle East,” comments that are sure to ratchet up the conflict between the two rival Muslim powers.
Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman made the statements about Iran’s Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei in an interview with The New York Times that was published Thursday.
In response to allegations of sexual misconduct, music mogul Russell Simmons said a 1991 encounter with then-17-year-old model Keri Claussen Khalighi was “consensual.”
Simmons, the co-founder of Def Jam Recordings, said in a letter published Wednesday in the Hollywood Reporter that Khalighi, in subsequent conversations and in a meeting many years later, “never accused me of what she has said publicly.” “She insisted I was not violent,” he said in the letter.
Donald Trump kicked off the Thanksgiving week with an early morning tweet Monday reviving the controversy over NFL players kneeling in protest before continuing his feud with LaVar Ball.
Trump tweeted Sunday that he should have left the UCLA players in jail because LaVar Ball “is unaccepting of what I did for his son” and “very ungrateful!”. READ MORE: LaVar Ball again questions Donald Trump’s role in son’s release from Chinese authorities. Ball shot back during an interview Monday with CNN where he said the president should be concerned with more important matters.
The Swedish Academy, which awards the Nobel Prize in literature, is cutting all ties with a man facing a series of sexual harassment allegations.
The organization said in a statement that "members of the academy, daughters of academy members, wives of academy members and staff of the academy have experienced unwanted intimacy or inappropriate behavior" by the man. The unnamed man is not a member of the institute, but is married to a writer with "close links to the academy."
A Canadian accused by the United States of helping Russian intelligence agents break into email accounts as part of a massive 2014 breach of Yahoo accounts is expected to plead guilty next week, according to court records.
Baratov, the only person arrested to date in the case, previously in August pleaded not guilty to conspiring to commit computer fraud, conspiring to commit access device fraud, conspiring to commit wire fraud and aggravated identity theft.
Melanie Sloan, a lawyer who worked with Conyers on the House Judiciary Committee, said she was called up to the long-serving congressman's office to discuss an issue only to find him “walking around in his underwear.” “It made me increasingly anxious and depressed about going to work every day,” she said, adding that “there was no way to fix it.”
While those revelations came out earlier this week, word of Conyers, who was first elected to Congress in 1964, taking a meeting in his underwear came this week in a Detroit Free Press article.
A man who was arrested after sleeping in a Kansas storage unit with his two children and his dismembered wife's remains has been charged in a California killing.
He's charged with abandonment of corpse in Missouri, where his wife died in a hotel in October apparently after giving birth in a bathtub. Rey, his then-pregnant wife, Jessica Monteiro Rey, and their two-year-old daughter checked in to the Kansas City hotel in September and were staying there for several weeks before the woman's death.
In the eyes of U.S. President Donald Trump, an American basketball player caught shoplifting in China is a “very big deal,” but accusations of sexual assault against teenage girls by an Alabama Senate candidate don’t mean much. “Well, he denies it,” said Trump of Republican Roy Moore, adding “and by the way he totally denies it.”
‘If we become the party of Roy Moore and Donald Trump, we are toast’: Republican senator. When he thinks a negative story about someone else is good for him he will personally hype it up.
"Vulgar stuff like that falls under freedom of speech," Monika Frommel, Hänel's lawyer and an abortion rights expert, told DW. "But if women in need cannot find information online about which doctors provide abortions and if they have to go through counseling agencies that recommend practitioners to them, that violates their right to freely choose a doctor." Klaus Günter Annen, the head of "Never Again," did not reply to requests for comment.
A University of California, Riverside student could face jail time after she was seen in a now-viral video appearing to swipe a a "Make America Great Again" hat from a fellow Highlander.
According to the arrest warrant, Macias told one of the officers she wanted to burn the MAGA hat because she believed the words “Make America Great Again” represented the “genocide of a bunch of people.” The police officers were able to review video from both Macias’ and Vitale’s Facebook pages, which appeared to showed Macias physically removing the hat from Vitale’s head and running away with it, then repeatedly refusing to return in.
Indonesia's military and police continue to perform abusive virginity tests on female recruits three years after the World Health Organization declared they had no scientific validity, an international human rights group said Wednesday.
Currently, he said, health checks for male and female recruits include tests for venereal diseases and only female medical staff test female recruits. Human Rights Watch said it found that applicants who were deemed to have failed the virginity test were not necessarily penalized but all of the women it spoke with described the test as painful, embarrassing, and traumatic.
The Philippine government is preparing to extradite to the United States a recently arrested Filipino Catholic priest who faces charges of sexually molesting two boys in North Dakota churches in the 1990s, an official said Wednesday.
The Department of Justice in Manila won court approval in 2010 for Sayasaya's extradition, but the priest appealed the decision before the Court of Appeals, which upheld the court ruling two years later.
He was charged with molesting seven girls, many of whom are gymnasts, while working for USA Gymnastics and Michigan State University.
He has been accused of abusing more than 130 women - including Olympic gold medalists Ms Douglas, Aly Raisman and McKayla Maroney - during his time as team doctor for the US women's gymnastics team. Ms Douglas, who was one of the so-called Fierce Five that won gold medals at the London Olympics in 2012, revealed her accusation on Instagram.
In an intense, detailed blog post, Schuman recounts the alleged incident, claiming that Carter raped her in his Santa Monica apartment in 2002, when she was only 18 and he was 22.
Spike Lee, DeWanda Wise on the ‘She’s Gotta Have It’ Netflix reboot: It’s the ‘right time’. According to the blog post, Carter invited Schuman and her friend back to his apartment. It is contrary to my nature and everything I hold dear to intentionally cause someone discomfort or harm.”
A political action committee supporting Senate candidate Roy Moore is fundraising off President Donald Trump's near-endorsement of the Alabama Republican, who is facing new allegations of decades-old sexual misconduct in the closing weeks of the campaign.
Associated Press writers Jill Colvin in West Palm Beach, Florida; Kim Chandler in Montgomery, Alabama; and Corey Williams in Detroit contributed to this report.