(Reuters) - A Texas man running a 3-D printed guns company was booked into a Houston jail on a charge of sexual assault on Sunday after Taiwanese officials sent him back to the United States where he is accused of having sex with an underage girl.
Cody Wilson, 30, flew to Taiwan after learning he was under investigation, police said, and was picked up by Taiwanese authorities on Friday after his U.
Accuser of U.S. Supreme Court Nominee Kavanaugh to Testify on Thursday
By Doina Chiacu
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - California professor Christine Blasey Ford has agreed to testify before a Senate panel on Thursday morning about her sexual assault allegations against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, her lawyers said on Sunday.
The agreement capped a week of dramatic developments that cast into turmoil U.
China Cancels Military Talks with U.S. in Protest at Sanctions Over Russia Military Equipment
By David Stanway and Lesley Wroughton
SHANGHAI/WASHINGTON (Reuters) - China summoned the U.S. ambassador in Beijing and postponed joint military talks in protest against a U.S. decision to sanction a Chinese military agency and its director for buying Russian fighter jets and a surface-to-air missile system.
From Reality TV to U.N., Trump to Wield Security Council Gavel
By Michelle Nichols
UNITED NATIONS (Reuters) - He has chaired board meetings, cabinet meetings and starred in a reality television show, but on Wednesday U.S. President Donald Trump will wield the gavel in the United Nations Security Council to denounce Iran for what it sees as its malign regional behavior.
Cosby Sentencing Is New Milestone for #MeToo Movement
By Joseph Ax
(Reuters) - When a grainy video of standup comedian Hannibal Buress making a joke about Bill Cosby's rape allegations on an October night in 2014 went viral, the rallying cry of #MeToo was years away.
The men the movement would lay low were still at the height of their powers.
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