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Mystery as monster sea creature washes up on beach after Hurricane Harvey


Being found American Preeti Desai , who posted photographs of the dead being in social networks, to find out his views. Turning to the active science community on Twitter seems to have been the right course of action, as the answer turned up in the person of eel specialist Dr Kenneth Tighe, a biologist from the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History. Read More »

Residents begin returning to storm-battered Florida Keys


The Lower Keys - including the chain's most distant and most populous island, Key West, with 27,000 people - were still off-limits, with a roadblock in place where the road was washed out. While the projected track showed Irma raking the state's Gulf Coast, forecasters warned that the entire state - including the Miami metropolitan area of six million people - was in danger because of the sheer size of the storm. Read More »

'The Rich Will Not Be Gaining at All' With My Tax Plan


Since then, Republican lawmakers have continued to look for ways to replace the controversial health care law but Pelosi and Schumer have been preaching that Congress should take a look at fixing it instead. He also courted Democratic Sen. The president has already traveled to Missouri and North Dakota. Trump has announced he will dismantle the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program in six months. Read More »

DHS faces lawsuit over phone and laptop border searches


On Wednesday, the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) and the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) filed a lawsuit with the Department of Homeland Security over warrantless border searches . Searches, some random, have uncovered evidence of human trafficking, terrorism, child pornography, visa fraud, export controls breaches and intellectual property rights violations, according to the department. Read More »

Missing, pregnant Md. teacher found dead, suspect arrested


Laura Elizabeth Wallen , 31, of Olney, was a social studies teacher at Wilde Lake High School in Howard County, where she taught since 2014. Laura Wallen, 31, last contacted her family on September 4 via text message. on Wednesday morning, Duke Energy reports 37,000 outages in SC. Laura Wallen, a 31-year-old who was four month pregnant, went missing September 4. Laura's father, Mark Wallen, said in a press conference on Monday that this was one of the toughest moments of his life. Read More »

Two Soldiers, Five Militants Killed in North Sinai


Military spokesman Col. Tamer el-Rifai said in a statement that two conscripts were killed in the shootout, which erupted after a militant with an explosives belt tried to storm a military checkpoint. The Sinai Peninsula has been under a state of emergency since October 2014, after a deadly terrorist attack left 33 Egyptian soldiers dead. While based in North Sinai, the ISIS affiliate in Egypt has carried out attacks elsewhere including in Cairo, and has claimed attacks that have killed more ... Read More »

Myanmar leader Suu Kyi won't go to UN General Assembly


Another Nobel Peace Prize victor, Malala Yousafzai, pressed Ms Suu Kyi to act, saying: "Every time I see the news, my heart breaks at the suffering of the Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar (Burma)". The US welcomes Myanmar government committing humanitarian assistance to all displaced by violence but urged it to "make sure this aid actually reaches those in need, as quickly as possible, and that it is delivered in a manner that protects their rights and dignity", Indian-American Ambassador Haley said. Read More »

Similar beliefs should foster DACA solution — Opinion


Quoted from the week before the decision of pulling the plug from DACA, Trump stated, "We love the Dreamers". It was an all-too-familiar position for the Justice Department. After years of delay, Ruhi's father application was denied. "Employers should know as of today, the DACA program will end in six months". Still, firms should be careful how they go about identifying those who may need help, he said. Read More »

Man 'attacks seven people in Toulouse, France'


The police have managed to subdue the perpetrator, prior to which he was punching three police officers. An eyewitness at the scene told local media: "We were chatting and he jumped on us". The attacker had received treatment in a psychiatric hospital, from which he checked himself out in April. France is on high alert after a spate of mass casualty terror attacks across the country in recent years. Read More »

Civilians, BSF jawans hurt in ceasefire violation by Pak in Poonch


The Pakistan Rangers today resorted to small arms firing on Brahman Bella and Raipur Border out Posts (BoPs) along the IB in Pargwal sector of Akhnoor belt in Jammu district from 1515 hours today, a police officer said. A woman was injured in unprovoked firing by Pakistan Army in Lam area of the LoC in Poonch on Tuesday. Pakistani forces have violated the ceasefire several times in recent days, officials said. Read More »

Compass Minerals International, Inc. (NYSE:CMP) Valuation According To Analysts

Therefore 14% are positive. KeyBanc Capital Markets downgraded Compass Minerals International, Inc. BMO Capital's target would suggest a potential upside of 7.07 % from the company's previous close. 40 funds opened positions while 59 raised stakes. Creative Planning has invested 0% in Cheesecake Factory Inc (NASDAQ:CAKE). Pnc Financial Svcs Group Inc invested in 5,257 shares or 0% of the stock. Read More »

Ryan school managers arrested; SHO suspended for lathi-charge


Senior advocate K T S Tulsi said in a statement, "The fundamental right under Article 21 (Right to Life and Personal Liberty) is being infringed". Ryan School Victim's Sister Offered Admission By Gurgaon's Private Schools:- Vidhi, the sister of 7-year-old Pradhyumn Thakur who was tragically murdered inside Ryan International School in Bhondsi, has been offered admission by a few Gurgaon-based private schools. Read More »

US rejects Cambodian accusations, calls for opposition leader's release


Ambassador William Heidt said the accusations were false, and called for Kem Sokha's release. China's rise at the expense of USA influence is having political consequences throughout Asia. "If Cambodia's national elections were held today, no credible worldwide observer would certify them as free, fair and reflecting the will of the Cambodian people", Heidt said. Read More »

Marines Injured in Training Accident on Camp Pendleton: USMC


Camp Pendleton is a U.S. Marine Corps base located north of San Diego; the base had more than 42,000 active duty personnel. Gainey says the Marines were being treated at hospitals in the area, including off the base. Officials are investigating the circumstances surrounding the incident, Gainey said. The extent of their injuries was not immediately known, but Marine officials said in a statement that they were receiving medical treatment. Read More »

Hurricane Irma kills 10 in Cuba


Collomb added that France has worked for the past 48 hours on water delivery to affected neighborhoods and food supplies are being provided. The UK government will announce fresh support for British overseas territories devastated by Hurricane Irma within days, the foreign secretary has said. Read More »

Sydney bride gets married with bouquet made of doughnuts


Specifically, we're talking doughnut bouquets , which made an appearance at the wedding of Australian bride Paige Kirk, replacing traditional flower arrangements. Kirk and her husband Steven had been together for three years before tying the knot in the alternative ceremony. Paige told the BBC , "Everyone thought it was hilarious, and the venue couldn't believe it". Read More »

Irma downgraded to category three hurricane


Duncan said Royal Marines were deployed to cope with the threat but did not disclose how many prisoners had been recovered or how many were still at large. At least 23 people have so far died in the hurricane, which has reached speeds of more than 130mph as it battered Cuba and British territories in the Caribbean, including the British Virgin Islands , Anguilla and Montserrat. Read More »

Kashmiris hurt by Delhi not impressed by Rajnath's phrases: Vakil


Home Minister said that the centre has diverted 1080 crores to provide 3000 jobs to Kashmiri migrants. "The constitution bench comprising Justices Syed Shah Qadri, N SantoshHegde, S N Variava and Shivraj V Patil, the bench ruled on November 15, 2001 that under the provisions of the Article 143, the reference made to the court 18 years earlier by the then President GyaniZail Singh, be returned respectfully without any advisory opinion, as the Bill had become a law, as early as 1982 when the ... Read More »

Storm Katia builds in Caribbean as Irma strikes


Hurricanes Jose hit category one status far east of Hurricane Irma late Tuesday afternoon, according to the National Hurricane Center . The western quadrant of the storm was over the east coast state of Veracruz , Mexico . Because of the close proximity to land, the National Hurricane Center cautioned about the heavy rainfall the storm is expected to generate. The National Office of Disaster Services in Antigua said the storm was moving west-northwest at 18 miles per hour on Thursday, ... Read More »

Shkreli Apologizes For Telling People To 'Grab' Hillary Clinton's Hair


Martin Shkreli and his attorney Benjamin Brafman are asking a federal judge not to revoke his bail. Prosecutors accuse Shkreli, who was convicted last month by a Brooklyn federal jury of three counts of securities fraud and is now awaiting sentencing, of engaging in "a pattern of threats and harassment", including asking Facebook followers to "grab" some hair from former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton for $5,000. Read More »

Nationals quickly closing in the top seed in the National League


He held the Rockies to one run and five hits in five innings in an 11-3 win last Wednesday. L.A.'s 11-game losing streak becomes the longest since the team arrived from Brooklyn, topping 10-game skids in 1961 and '92 (the 1944 Brooklyn Dodgers lost 16 straight at one point). Read More »

At least 100 inmates 'escape jail in British Virgin Islands' after Irma


At least two dozen people were killed as Irma, then a Category 5 storm, made its way across the Caribbean . She reported that communications are still limited, there is significant damage to infrastructure in St. Residents in the US territory were offering assistance to other, more severely damaged islands in the region. The storm also grazed Puerto Rico, the Dominican Republic and Haiti before pummeling parts of Cuba . Read More »

Crown Castle International Corporation

It has underperformed by 16.70% the S&P500. Miller Howard Investments Inc acquired 728,504 shares as Crown Castle Intl Corp New Com ( CCI)'s stock rose 11.44%. Sigma Planning Corporation holds 6,807 shares. Therefore 74% are positive. Crown Castle International Corp. BidaskClub raised shares of Crown Castle International Corporation from a "buy" rating to a "strong-buy" rating in a research note on Wednesday, August 23rd. Read More »

Has $36298000 Position in Johnson & Johnson (JNJ)

Over the last week of the month, it was 2.10%, 0.46% over the last quarter, and 4.39% for the past six months. About 344,587 shares traded. Guaranty Bancorp (GBNK) has risen 55.26% since September 13, 2016 and is uptrending. It also upped Incyte Corp Com (NASDAQ:INCY) stake by 129,255 shares and now owns 132,455 shares. Wells Fargo & Co (NYSE:WFC) was reduced too. Three investment analysts have rated the stock with a sell rating, nine have given a hold rating and nine have assigned a buy ... Read More »

GOP Senators Throw another Health Care Hail Mary


The statement comes after Republican Sens. Bill Cassidy (R-LA) and Lindsey Graham (R-SC) and colleagues announced their plan. "Just like before, lawmakers are overlooking the realities on Main Street, where small businesses owners need a government that invests in, rather than repeals, policies like affordable, high quality healthcare that strengthen the economy and make the whole community better". Read More »