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Washington responds after Jerusalem vote, cuts budget to UN


Lt. Col. Ralph Peters (Ret.) praised Nikki Haley on Fox Business Network on Thursday, saying that the USA ambassador to the United Nations "may end up as our first female president". Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu grilled the United Nations resolution, promised to reject the results of the vote, and called the United Nations a "house of lies". Read More »

Lebanon bans Steven Spielberg's The Post, citing his ties to Israel


Spielberg "is blacklisted by the Arab League's boycott office, which Lebanon complies with", the official explained. It is only now that the board is invoking Spielberg's inclusion on the "boycott Israel" list. In 2017, Lebanon banned two films but permitted 317 commercial and 766 festival films to screen, Hanna said. The Post , starring Meryl Streep and Tom Hanks , tells the story of the late Washington Post publisher Katharine Graham's decision to defy attempts by the courts to ... Read More »

Suspects Face Hazing Charges in Death of FSU Fraternity Pledge Andrew Coffey


Investigators say that the party was known as "big-little" or "big brother" night that was "traditionally known for excessive alcohol consumption and revelry". Autopsy results showed his blood alcohol level was almost seven times the legal limit for driving. In November of a year ago Andrew Coffey , an FSU Pi Kappa Phi pledge died following a Greek life party. Read More »

Trump Administration Is Considering Separating Undocumented Families at Border Crossings


In line with the existing USA policy, the families of undocumented migrants are not separated before deportation, and are either kept together in specialised facilities or released before their deportation hearings . Another said she "would be extremely upset" if the Democrats reached a deal to make it harder for family members to petition for their parents and relatives to gain legal status, a proposal that may become a part of a deal on DACA. Read More »

Republicans and Democrats throw blame as Congress barrels towards doable authorities shutdown


The biggest loser will be our rapidly rebuilding Military, at a time we need it more than ever. But on average, even in races that went against them, Democrats have improved on their margins from the 2016 rout. Parts of the government will shut down if Congress can not pass a spending bill by the end of Friday. He called attaching a delay to the Obamacare tax provisions a "gimmick". Read More »

Doctor: Trump has 'incredible genes,' is 'fit for duty'

Trump's heart exam was normal, with regular rhythm and no abnormal sounds, which Jackson said led him to conclude with confidence that Trump "has a very strong and a very probable possibility of making it completely through his presidency with no medical issues". Read More »

Largest meth bust in Australian history worth $1.04 billion weighing 1.2 tonnes


The suspects, aged between 33 and 52, remain in custody. About 1.2 tons of methamphetamine drugs have been seized in Western Australia, the largest haul of its kind in the country, police told local media on Friday. Police also boarded Valkoista where they allegedly found another bag of meth and arrested 45-year-old New South Wales central coast man Joshua Joseph Smith and South Australian men Patrick Leandro Bouhamdan, 48, and 44-year-old Christos Cafcakis. Read More »

INTERNATIONAL: Presidency welcomes UN General Assembly vote on Jerusalem


The US is an important aid donor to Guatemala, an impoverished Central American country. What do Israel and the Palestinians say? Moderate Hurriyat Conference chairman Mirwaiz Umar Farooq while expressing his satisfaction over the resolution said the majority vote has proved that the USA president's decision was unilateral, partial and anti-Palestine. Read More »

Palestinians welcome support after United Nations vote on Jerusalem


President Recep Erdogan of Turkey said on Friday that the USA threats on cutting aid to those who criticise it over its decision to recognise Jerusalem as Israel's capital are a danger to the United Nations and global order. "Today we are seekers of rights and peace". "One hundred twenty-eight versus nine - that's a massive setback for the United States of America", Mansour said. Read More »

What Should We Do With Donald Trump?


It's also not clear what kind of effect the new tax package will have on safety-net programs that have been much-maligned by Republicans since the beginning of time but that are truly vitally important to many Americans. The deeply unpopular bill has the support of only a third of Americans, most of whom (correctly) perceive that it's a giveaway to rich people and big corporations. Read More »

2 people found dead inside Oakville home


Watt said investigators are not searching for any suspects at this time. A weapon was later located inside the house, investigators confirmed. Halton police investigate after two people were found dead inside a home on Summerhill Crescent in Oakville on January 17, 2018. Read More »

United Nations Defies Trump Decision on Jerusalem


The non-binding resolution was approved at a UN General Assembly emergency meeting on Thursday with 128 votes in favor and nine against, while 35 countries abstained. The US-backed move has received a lot of criticism from several nations around the world. New Delhi :The United Nations on Thursday overwhelmingly endorsed a resolution calling the USA to withdraw its recognition of Jerusalem as Israel's capital. Read More »

High school revises Brian Wilson's F in music from 58 years ago


So there you go, if you feel like you were once hard done by thanks to an unscrupulous high school teacher, just do your best to make millions out of that assignment. The founding member and principle creative force behind the Beach Boys has had his ups and downs throughout his career, but here's a triumphant story of Wilson overcoming an injustice inflicted upon him years ago. Read More »

Kimco Realty Corporation (NYSE:KIM) Pressured Under Trend Lines

The total amount of shares outstanding is 281.99 million, giving the company a market capitalization of about 14.87 billion. The stock decreased 0.16% or $0.04 during the last trading session, reaching $25.5. The rating was maintained by Barclays Capital on Tuesday, July 18 with "Equal-Weight". As per Monday, August 22, the company rating was downgraded by JMP Securities. Read More »

New snow and ice warning issued for parts of Ireland


There may be cancellations to trains. The official forecaster suggested that the high winds could cause power cuts, affect mobile phone coverage and force some bridges to close. In addition some roads and pavements will turn icy, increasing the chances of accidents or injuries. "Tomorrow, winds will moderate for a time tomorrow and it will be a bit less cold with just a few showers". Read More »

Called a Racist, Trump Threatens to Kill DACA Talks

The uproar over the comments that Trump made has spread, not only across the United States, but across the entire world. "The president hasn't said he didn't use strong language", press secretary Sarah Sanders said. Trump ridiculously told reporters Sunday that "I'm the least racist person you've ever interviewed". Trump announced a year ago that he will end the Obama-era Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, or DACA, unless lawmakers come up with a solution by March. Read More »

Government shutdown looms amid immigration debate


Lawmakers clashed over immigration Tuesday as a top House Democrat refused to guarantee votes from his party to keep the government open, ratcheting up chances for a shutdown at week's end. The GOP strategy seeks to force Senate Democratic leader Charles Schumer of NY to decide if this is the moment to force a showdown on immigration that results in a partial government shutdown in an election year. Read More »

GOP still struggling with Trump's remarks on Africa

Republican Senator Tim Scott has also said Graham corroborated to him personally that Trump did use the language described in media reports . "And I'm telling you it's a gross misrepresentation", Perdue said on ABC's "This Week ". Dick Durbin (D-Ill.) and his promotion of the story as false. Lindsey Graham , a Republican from SC, presented details of a potential bipartisan deal to protect immigrants brought to the USA illegally as children, known as "Dreamers", from deportation, while ... Read More »

GOP sees possible DACA deal as Trump bemoans sticking points


The administration ended renewals for two-year permits in October. Mr. Trump on Monday also took a jab at Sen. Further roiling the talks are comments by Trump during an Oval Office meeting in which he questioned the need to admit more Haitians to the USA, along with Africans from " shithole " countries, according to people briefed on the conversation. Read More »

Glenn Frey's Wife Sues Hospital, Doctor for Negligence


In her lawsuit, which was filed in a NY state court on Tuesday, Cindy claims, " Glenn Frey was rendered sick, sore, lame and disabled", and was experiencing pain and mental anguish until his death. She filed the suit on Tuesday (Jan. 16), two days before New York State's two-year statute of limitations for wrongful death lawsuits would have run out. Read More »

Facebook expands probe into whether Russian Federation interfered in European Union referendum


It's looking for accounts that it may have missed in a December probe, which found little evidence of potential Russian interference - a conclusion that the committee head, MP Damian Collins, disputed. He specifically welcomed the company's move to look outside of the accounts that were presented during to the US Congress during its investigation into Russian meddling in the 2016 presidential election. Read More »

Outcry over Trump remarks overshadows efforts to protect undocumented immigrants

The intransigence by the House Freedom Caucus came as Republican leaders raced against a Friday deadline for pushing a short-term spending bill through Congress. Democrats have given ground on immigration, he said, and a deal is within reach. "There's not enough support to pass it with GOP-only votes in the House", the group's leader, Rep. Read More »

Steve Bannon On Capital Hill


Committee subpoenas him during the meeting to comply while in the hearing. "But it's time to bring this investigation to a close", Lewandowski said. Like his tenure in the White House, Bannon's appearance on Capitol Hill was not short on drama. "When does that attach is the question that's sort of dominating the day", he said. Read More »

LGI Homes Inc (LGIH) Receives $53.00 Consensus PT from Analysts

It has outperformed by 13.98% the S&P500. Deroy & Devereaux Private Investment Counsel Inc increased its stake in Harris Corp (HRS) by 32.59% based on its latest 2017Q3 regulatory filing with the SEC. It also reduced its holding in P G & E Corporation (NYSE:PCG) by 10,228 shares in the quarter, leaving it with 747 shares, and cut its stake in Verizon Communications (NYSE:VZ). Read More »

Brokerages Anticipate Nuance Communications Inc


The correct version of this report can be read at The stock has "Outperform" rating by Oppenheimer on Tuesday, November 17. Canaccord Genuity maintained the stock with "Buy" rating in Wednesday, May 11 report. Read More »

Oprah Winfrey is More Popular Among American Voters than Donald Trump


But, she said , "I personally think " President Winfrey " has a good ring to it". Naturally, Twitter had quite a bit to say about Trump's confident stance. "That's what I thought", she continued. The prospect of a Trump-Winfrey presidential match was also brought up at Tuesday's press briefing, with Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders being asked if she had any campaign advice to share with the talk show queen. Read More »

President Trump's doctor upbeat on him finishing term


The person believes the discrepancy may be why some Republican senators are denying having heard the president say "shithole". "He has incredible genes and that's the way God made him". The White House doctor announced during a briefing with reporters that he selected the Montreal cognitive test among several available. The White House said there are no tapes. Read More »

Moody's: CHIP funding uncertainty could be credit negative for children's hospitals


Office of Health Transformation Director Greg Moody says Congress has not re-authorized money for CHIP, the children's health insurance program that provides health care for 220,000 OH kids. If permanent CHIP funding expires or is delayed, it would be a credit negative for children's hospitals because they will have pay for providing healthcare to more uninsured patients, according to Moody's. Read More »

Carillion probe fast-tracked and widened

The company employed 43,000 people worldwide, 20,000 in the United Kingdom, and the government has said staff and contractors working on public sector contracts will continue to be paid. He told Sky News: "I feel very let down that some of my people, some good people, some people that have got mortgages, have got families, they're earning money to put bread on the table, have had to lose their jobs". Read More »

One-third of Americans think Trump failed his first year, poll shows


Presidents can sometimes make their own positive ratings, but often those ratings are dependent on how the economy is going in the country. "Unemployment for Black Americans is the lowest ever recorded". He has continued his baseless slurs on immigrants (coupled with a Muslim travel ban and crusade against so-called sanctuary cities ) and pushed a tax plan that very obviously penalized Americans in blue states. Read More »

Salman Khan's 'Dus Ka Dum' to air on Sony TV post IPL?


And after eight years of gap, the show will be back onscreen for the viewers see him as a host in the show. But the kind of response Salman Khan has received as a television host, hardly any other actor, except Amitabh Bachchan as Kaun Banega Crorepati host, has received. Read More »

Iran Diplomat Offers Plan to Counter US JCPOA Move


Russia's foreign minister Sergei Lavrov during his annual press conference earlier this week cleared that Moscow will not be entertaining any attempts made by Washington to modify the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), better known as Iran nuclear agreement, arguing that such a move would complicate ongoing effort to reign over North Korea's nuclear program. Read More »