News Headlines - 28 February 2019

Subaru to recall 2.2 million cars over brake light glitch, including in Singapore - Channel NewsAsia

Subaru on Thursday (Feb 28) announced a global recall of 2.2 million SUVs, the biggest ever for the company, over a brake light glitch that could affect how the vehicle engines start.
The models affected are the 2014-2016 Model Year (MY) Forester, 2011-2014MY WRX (4-Door), 2008-2016MY Impreza and 2012-2017MY Subaru XV.

Britain's Jeremy Corbyn supports second Brexit referendum

British Labor Party leader Jeremy Corbyn said Monday his party is prepared to support a second referendum on Britain's potential withdrawal from the European Union as the country closes in on a deadline to agree on how to separate from the bloc.
Corbyn said that if a vote on the Labor Party's proposed Brexit deal fails, the party would put forward or support an amendment proposing another public vote on leaving the European Union in order to "prevent a damaging Tory Brexit."

Border wall: House passes bid to stop Trump's national emergency

The House voted 245-182 Tuesday to block President Donald Trump's declaration of a national emergency along the southern border, but Democrats didn’t win enough support from Republicans to overcome Trump’s threatened veto.Only 13 Republicans joined all Democrats in backing the measure, even though many had warned against the declaration.

Michael Jackson 'abused us hundreds of times' - BBC News

Two men have told the BBC they were abused hundreds of times by Michael Jackson, from the ages of seven and 10... Jackson's family say there's "not one piece of evidence" to prove the claims.
The two men have also spoken out in the documentary Leaving Neverland.

Bryce Harper to Phillies: Biggest contracts in MLB history, ranked

Bryce Harper agreed to a 13-year, $330 million deal - the biggest contract in North American sports history - with the Philadelphia Phillies on Thursday.
His deal surpassed Stanton's 13-year, $325 million extension he signed before the 2015 season with the Miami Marlins and comes on the heels of Nolan Arenado's eight-year, $260 million extension with the Colorado Rockies and Manny Machado's 10-year, $300 million deal with the San Diego Padres.
While Harper's deal sets a new bar for total value, it didn't break the record for highest annual average value ($25.8 million).








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