Aired 4-5p ET UN Security Council Meets Amid Syria Attack Fallout; Federal Agents Raid Office of Trump Lawyer Michael Cohen; President Trump Promises a Major Decision on Syria in Two Days; A White House Official Says Trump is Watching Reports of Cohen Raid; Facebook CEO Apologizes on Eve of Senate Testimony; Facebook to Alert Users about Cambridge Analytica; U. Aired 4-5p ET Dow Surges on Hopes for Trade Talks; E. Harsher Measures against Russia Could Come Soon; U. Federal Trade Commission Investigating Facebook; U. Aired 4-5p ET Trade War Fears Push Dow into Correction; Trade Tariffs and Possible Trade War with China; Likely Retaliation of China to the U. Trade Tariffs; Terrorist Situation in Thebes, France; Deadly Car Bomb Rocks Southern Afghanistan; U. Aired 5- 6p ET Fed Chairman Says Several Factors are Supporting the Outlook, Fiscal Policy Has Become More Stimulative - Ongoing Job Gains are Boosting Incomes and Confidence - Foreign Growth is on a Firm Trajectory - Overall Financial Conditions Remain Accommodative; Marc Zuckerberg Said "We Have a Responsibility to Protect Your Data and if We Can't Then We Don't Deserve to Serve You" As He Breaks His Silence on the Facebook Data Scandal And Promises That Lessons Will Be Learned Facebook CEO Stays Quiet Over Data Scandal; Sarah Sanders Dodges Question on Russian Election; Trump Meets with Saudi Crown Prince; Toyota Pauses Autonomous Car Testing Program; U. Asks Mark Zuckerberg to Testify at Fake News Inquiry; Facebook Investors Fear Regulation Loss of Users; Fifth Explosion in Texas Hits Fed Ex Facility; Fed Ex Makes 1.53 Billion from Tax Bill; United Airlines Suspends Pet Travel in Cargo Holds Facebook Loses Billions Of Dollars As Its Data Scandal Goes Global; Britain And Europe Set A Date For The Great British Brexit Transition; Uber Self-Driving Cars Are Off The Roads After A Deadly Crash With A Pedestrian.
Aired 5-6p ET British Authorities Have Launched a Murder Investigation into This Week's Death of a Russian Ex-Pat in London; Russia Is Calling Friday's Comments by the British Foreign Secretary "Shocking Unpardonable Diplomatic Misconduct"; Israeli Authorities are Investigating a Deadly Attack and the West Bank; An 18-year-old Iraqi Asylum-Seeker Has Been Convicted of Attempted Murder the on the London Underground; Puerto Ricans Still Dying in Hurricane Maria's Wake; Jacob Zuma Faces Corruption and Money Laundering Charges; Shares in Cyber Security Firm Zscaler Soar on Market Debut; United Airlines Diverts Flight After Dog Landed on Wrong Plane Again. Aired 5-6p ET President Trump Fires Secretary of State Rex Tillerson; Russia Says it will not Respond to the U.
Aired 4-5p ET Time Warner CEO Takes the Stand in Merger Lawsuit; Democrat Senators Say They will Oppose Pompeo's Nomination; Cuba's National Assembly Nominates New President; America Mourns Barbara Bush; Investigators Probe Deadly Accident on Southwest Airline. S.-Mexico Border Wall Until Wall is Built; Dutch Lawyer Sentenced in Mueller Probe; Travel Chaos in France Amid Rolling Rail Strike; Netanyahu Backtracks on Migrant Resettlement Deal; Spotify Battles Deep-Pocketed Rivals; Gene Simmons: Streaming Artists Risk Being Short-Changed; Police Say there's Been an Active Shooter at You Tube Headquarters in California; Oklahoma Teachers Strike Over Pay and Working Conditions; Carnival Cruise Line Joins Fight Against Bermuda's Ban on Same-Sex Marriage.
Aired 4-5p ET Abe and Trump Discusses Trade and North Korea; U. Aired 4-5p ET White House Hits Back On Comey Revelation; Trump Reconsidering TPP Trade Deal; Western Powers Strike Syria Targets after Suspected Chemical Attack; Palestinian Officials Say At Least One Person has Died, 960 Injured in Gaza Protests; Trump Pardons Ex-Cheney Aide Convicted of Perjury in CIA Case; Roma Faces Liverpool, Bayern Faces Madrid in Champions League Semi- Finals. Aired 4-5p ET Gaza Death Toll from Friday Clashes Rises to 18; Netanyahu Suspends Migrant Deal; Trump-Putin Discussed Meeting at White House; U. Markets Tumble on Trade and Tech Fears; Spotify to List Shares on NYSE Tuesday; Spotify Leads Apple for Paying Subscribers; New York DJs Compare Spotify to Apple Music; Mark Zuckerberg Calls Tim Cook's Comments on Facebook "Extremely Glib"; France Braces for Nationwide Transport Strike; Hackers Steal Data from Millions of Saks and Lord & Taylor Customers; Trump Renews Attack on Amazon as Shares Plunge.
I do like a certain type and as an ex-smoker, I’m a bit anti-smoking. I have probably had more than one opportunity in the past but it has never happened, at the end of the day it just hasn’t been right.
I don’t mind a girl who can sink a pint or two and it doesn’t matter if they are brunette, a redhead or blonde. I have thought about the fact I am going on a date on television but my friends have sat me down and rightly told me: ‘You will never get this opportunity again, so enjoy it.’ It’s exciting. How Love in the Countryside works All eight country dwellers, or rurals, posted detailed dating profiles online in the hope of attracting letters from singles looking to quit their nine to five job in favour of a different pace of life.
Aired 6-5p ET Alphabet Earnings Beat Wall Street Expectations; Driver in Custody After Van Hits Pedestrians; Waffle House Shooting Suspect in Custody; Macron Expected at White House Soon; Paris Attack Suspect Salah Abdeslam Jailed for 20 Years; Duchess of Cambridge Gives Birth to New Prince; Toronto Mayor Calls for Calm After Van Hits Pedestrians; Nine Dead, Sixteen Injured in Toronto Van Collision. S.-China to Avert Trade War; Facebook Says Cambridge Analytica May have had Access to Data of About 87 Million Facebook Users.
Aired 4-5p ET Lagarde: Don't Hurt Trade, Oil Prices Dropped, Arsene Wenger Is Stepping Down As Arsenal's Manager, France Wants Full And Permanent Exemption From US Tariffs, South Africa's President Has Returned To The Country And Is Now Meeting With Top ANC Leaders As Protests Grow Today, The Dow Closed Off More Than 200 Points, GE In A Long Time, Gains Has Been Up All Week, Apple Down 2 percent Yesterday, Down 4 percent Today, Wells Fargo Gets A Huge Billion Dollar Fine, U. Democratic National Committee Is Suing The Trump Campaign, The Russian Government And Wiki Leaks; DJ Avicii Dead at 28; Police Defuse World War II Bomb in Central Berlin; Prince Charles Becomes New Commonwealth Head; Arsene Wenger Leaving Arsenal After 22 Years. Aired 4-5p ET Dow Sinks As Trade War Fears Return, Mnuchin Says There Is A Potential For A Trade War; Dow Drops More Than 500 Points; Russia Calls US Sanctions Unjustified, Kostin Says to U. Aired 4-5p ET Trump Proposes Sending Troops to Guard U. Pledges 0 Million After Grenfell Fire; New Explosion and Laze at Hawaii's Kilauea Volcano; E. Privacy by Default Data Law to Come into Force; Facebook, Google Say They'll Block Ads from Foreign Donors; Ads from Foreign Donors Challenge Abortion Vote; New Official Royal Wedding Photographs Released; Royal Wedding Memorabilia Now Available on e Bay; New Stats Shows 29 Million People Watched Royal Wedding in the U. Cinemas; Kenyan Hotel Charges k to Watch Royal Wedding on T. Aired: 4-5p ET AT&T Admits It Messed Up In Hiring Michael Cohen, Donald Trump Targets Foreign Free Loaders To Bring Down The Cost Of Pharmaceuticals, Space X Has Launched Its Newest Rocket, Europe Calls For A New Deal On Iran, A 19-Year-Old Woman In Sudan Has Been Sentenced To Death For Killing The Man She Was Supposed To Marry; Palestinian Officials: One Killed, 450 Injured in Gaza; France: Europe Must Assert its Economic Sovereignty; Two British Nationals Abducted in the DRC; Trump Meets Automakers to Roll Back Emissions Standards; U. Drivers Suffer Summer Pain at the Pumps; Bank of America: Oil on Track to Hit 0 a Barrel. Markle's Father Who Was Going To Be Walking Her Down The Aisle Will No Longer Be Attending Saturday's Ceremony; The Markets In The United States Finished Higher Today; A Report In "The New York Times" Says Dozens Of People Have Suffered Carbon Monoxide Poisoning Related To Keyless Ignitions In Cars; At Least 55 Palestinians Killed Along Gaza-Israel Border; Melania Trump Undergoes Kidney Surgery at Walter Reed Medical Center; Indonesian Suicide Bombers Target Police Station; A Judicial Source in France Says Paris Attacker Was On Police Watch List; Superman Actress Margot Kidder Dies at 69; Italy's Populist Parties Seek to Form Coalition; Energy, Financial Stocks Weigh on European Markets; British Cabinet Deeply Split Over Brexit Customs Deal; British Breweries Prepare for Royal Wedding; Bitcoin Bull Predicts Price to Hit 0,000.Aired 4-5p ET Trump To NRA: Time to Toughen Up; Wall St.Rallies for First Gains of the Week; IATA Hails Safe Year for Aviation; Trump Says He'll Take Action, But NRA Won't Budge; Florida Shooting Survivor Demand Action at CNN Town Hall; Facebook, You Tube Spread Conspiracy Theories; Dow Snaps Losing Streak; Dow, S&P 500 Close Higher; Major U. Markets, Close Higher; Amazon Ends Session at All-Time Closing High. Aired 4-5p ET French Oil Tank, Total, Is Ready To Pull Out Of Iran; Donald Trump Is Sending More Mixed Messages Over ZTE; Investors Are Scrambling For A Piece Of The Blockchain Bonanza; The Permian Basin Down There Over The West Side Of Texas Has Become A Victim Of Its Own Success; International Outcry Over Sudanese Woman's Death Sentence; U. Still Hopeful Donald Trump will Get His Summit with Kim Jong-un after North Korea Threatens to Pull Out; Melania Trump Tweets She's Feeling Great After Surgery; U. Lords Defeat PM Theresa May Over Brexit Again; Speculation Mounts Over Royal Honeymoon Destinations; Facebook CEO to Meet European Parliament Members.