20 May 2017, 12:14 | Taylor George
US top court lets North Carolina voter law die, pleasing rights groups
The removal of this key piece of legislation allowed the state to change its voter laws without first seeking federal approval. In the federal appeals court decision, the judges concluded that the voter ID law was discriminatory.
Libya interim government gain control of airbase from Haftar forces
Also on Friday, a auto bomb south of Benghazi killed a prominent tribal leader linked to the LNA along with five other people. According to him, among the victims of the attack were also civilians who worked at the air base, or were nearby.
Anthony Weiner Pleads Guilty To Charge Over Sexting With A Minor
A law enforcement official said Weiner has agreed to plead guilty to a charge of transferring obscene material to a minor. In a statement to CNN at the time of the first reports, Weiner neither confirmed or denied sending the texts.
Housing and Urban Infra Finance IPO lists at 22% premium
The company has set the initial public offering (IPO) price band between Rs 56- 60, which will fetch the government Rs 1224 crore. After witnessing a bumper subscription, state-run HUDCO listed at 21.5 percent premium at Rs 73.55 on the exchanges.