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Why North Texans Should Pay Attention To This Year's Mexican Presidential Election


Lopez Obrador said on Wednesday that "we will not accept the use of force, the militarization of the border". The Caravan organizers, a group called, Pueblos Sin Fronteras, have said that one of their aims in escorting people from Honduras and other countries to Mexico and the USA has been to protect them from assaults that asylum seekers and migrants can encounter. Read More »

How Analysts Rated Shell Midstream Partners, LP (NYSE:SHLX) Last Week?

Often times, the stock may still be valuable on a fundamental level, and there may be plenty of room for resurgence. Some professionals are still wondering if the next recession is looming, and if a bear market is right around the corner. Taking a deeper look into the technical levels of Oasis Midstream Partners LP (OMP), we can see that the Williams Percent Range or 14 day Williams %R now sits at -44.44. Read More »

Case Skripal: there is information on the progress of the treatment


British ambassador Karen Pierce said she would take no lectures from Moscow and would "stick to the facts" in a heated emergency session of the UN Security Council. There was no explanation how the call was recorded especially because Viktoria is heard on the call expressing surprise at hearing her cousin, who was in critical condition until a week ago. Read More »

Kenta Maeda: Friday's outing postponed


The weather pattern began dumping rain on San Francisco early in the day Friday. The team planned to start Kenta Maeda on Friday, but could shift Maeda into the bullpen for the weekend and start Rich Hill on Saturday. game. And left-hander Ty Blach will reprise his season-opening matchup with Clayton Kershaw on Sunday. Maeda and left-hander Hyun-Jin Ryu could have an extended break between their starts. Read More »

China trade war fears escalate as threats ramp up


US President Donald Trump said on Friday the United States has already lost any trade war, as he defended his proposed tariffs against Chinese goods, saying the move might cause "a little pain" but the United States will be better off in the long run. Read More »

Cops evict farmers protesting for Cauvery board in Trichy


Mr Ayyakannu in a freakish protest in New Delhi a year ago had led Tamil Nadu farmers in symbolically biting rats and going naked to press their demand for a Rs 40,000 crore drought-relief package from the centre. Talking to the mediapersons here after the commencement of DMK led "All Party Meet", he said the meet resolved to thank all political party leaders, farmers, traders, advocates and public who had supported the DMK led "All Party Bandh" in the state on Thursday. Read More »

The White House Daily Chronicle, April 5, 2018


The adviser, DJ Gribbin, is leaving to pursue "new opportunities," the official said . With the White House Correspondents' Dinner taking place later this month, many wondered if Trump would show up after skipping last year's event. Read More »

Eight more Palestinians killed


Israeli Defence Forces claim the militant group Hamas is using the rallies to launch attacks on the Israeli border. On Friday, Israel's military said in a statement that "approximately 10,000 Palestinians have been rioting in five locations along the border with the Gaza Strip ". Read More »

Aon plc Class A Sees Unusually Large Options Volume (NYSE:AON)

Victory Capital Management Inc. now owns 6,974 shares of the financial services provider's stock valued at $1,019,000 after purchasing an additional 395 shares in the last quarter. (NASDAQ:NFLX) earned "Buy" rating by UBS on Monday, March 5. The rating was downgraded by Zacks on Thursday, August 6 to "Hold". Hudock Capital Group LLC boosted its stake in Aon PLC by 70.1% in the second quarter. Read More »

Three Texas cities make top ten list of postal worker dog attacks


Nationwide, 6,244 postal employees were attacked by dogs past year - more than 500 fewer than the 6,755 attacks in 2016. Despite the decrease, three major Texas cities made the top ten list for attacks. She urges residents to always keep an eye on their pets when postal workers come by and to take the time to socialize their dogs. Postal employees are then notified of any dogs in their area. Read More »

WTO 'unfair' to US


This comes after the president floated the idea of imposing $100 billion in additional tariffs against China. South Korea's trade ministry said in a statement that it has informed the WTO Council for Trade in Goods that its plan to suspend tariff concessions on imported USA goods, which are equal in value to the South Korean washing machines and solar panels affected by US tariffs. Read More »

Palestinians gear up for more Gaza protests after bloody start


Thousands of protesters gathered in locations near the fence east of Khan Yunis , in the south of the blockaded Palestinian enclave, and east of Gaza City. A spokesman for the Gaza Health Ministry said the deceased was 29-year-old Nizzar Muhareb. The goal of the "March of Return" protests, Palestinians say, is to cross the border fence and return to their lands, which became Israel seven decades ago. Read More »

Shock, pity for Iranian-American YouTube shooter in Tehran


Police on Wednesday say the family was calm during this call and did not mention the possibility that Aghdam might lash out because of that issue. Senior Deputy City Attorney Leslie Jensen cited an exception for records of ongoing law enforcement investigations but provided no explanation. Read More »

China threatens 'fierce counterstrike' if USA imposes $100 billion in tariffs


Financial markets, roiled for days by the trade fight and Trump's management of it, whipsawed again on the new threat. After a bullish regular trading day, U.S. But there's very good reason why that rhetoric has never been translated into trade action - before Donald Trump came along, that is. Trump's top economic adviser, Larry Kudlow, said earlier Thursday in an interview with Fox Business Network that negotiations were ongoing. Read More »

Irish Facebook users' data may have been scraped


In its response to the Indian government's notice over data breach, Facebook said that the UK-based data mining firm Cambridge Analytica used its data without consent. The company is facing a global backlash over the improper data-sharing scandal with hearings over the issue scheduled in the United States, and the European Union is considering what actions to take against the company. Read More »

Hamas to reward families of casualties in Gaza fence riots

Last week Hamas called on protesters to behave peacefully, a call again made by the protest organizers - a collection of Palestinian factions - earlier this week. "There were attempts to carry out acts of terrorism ... using the smoke for cover", IDF spokesman Rob Manelis said . Last Friday, over 30,000 Gaza residents participated in mass demonstrations, many gathering in five tent encampments that had been set up from north to south along the narrow coastal strip's border with Israel, each ... Read More »

Canadian junior hockey team bus involved in fatal crash

Emergency Measures personnel will attend as will Victim Services representatives. Officers also confirmed a number of injuries. The general manager and assistant coach of the Nipawin Hawks, who were set to play the Broncos tonight, confirmed the crash involved the Broncos bus. Read More »

Campbell Soup (CPB) Shares Sold by WINTON GROUP Ltd


Mignini, who joined Campbell Soup in 2013, said he will focus initially on maintaining momentum in its snacks portfolio, integrating the Snyder's-Lance and Pacific Foods deals, and working to stabilize its USA soup division, which remains a valuable part of the company, despite its recent struggles. Read More »

Facebook to require identity verification for political ads, large pages


Phandeeyar, a digital innovation lab, and five other groups wrote an open letter to Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg , challenging his contention in a recent interview that the social media platform had effectively combated hate speech targeting the Rohingya community that's being persecuted in western Myanmar . Read More »

Facebook's Sandberg says other cases of data misuse possible

Given that fake IDs, US mailing addresses, and the creation of an LLC are all quite easy to procure-even from abroad-it's not immediately apparent what meaningful effect, if any, this process will have against protecting the platform and its users from foreign malicious actors. Read More »

Amit Shah issues clarification on comparing opposition with animals


He made several attempts too. "In case of a massive flood, all snakes, mongooses, cats, dogs and even cheetahs and lions climb up a huge tree as they fear rising water levels,": Shah was quoted as saying to the media. "They cannot accept the fact that people from the backward castes can also occupy top positions in the country", Modi said while interacting with the BJP workers on the 38th foundation day of the party. Read More »

Lamb Weston Holdings (NYSE:LW) Shares Bought by Geode Capital Management LLC

BlackRock Inc. now owns 13,164,249 shares of the specialty retailer's stock valued at $743,124,000 after acquiring an additional 622,607 shares during the last quarter. Likewise, the performance for the quarter was recorded as 4.83% and for the year was 45.52%. The firm had revenue of $863.40 million for the quarter, compared to the consensus estimate of $813.81 million. Read More »

Evening Weather Forecast Friday, April 6th, 2018


Despite the fog and somewhat cloudy start, we should manage to get some more sunshine later today . For starters, it's April. Thursday Night: Quite cold under clear skies. Living in the Panhandle we all know how scarce rain can be, and this year has proven to be one of the worst on record. This will allow much colder air to sink into the region. Read More »

Again? Trump Signals More Tariffs, and Markets Tumble After Hours


The market volatility comes on the heels of Trump's threat Thursday night that he was considering another $ 100 billion worth of tariffs on Chinese exports to the U.S. "In the meantime, there will be ongoing noise around the issue" and financial markets will remain volatile, he said. Investors are already on edge ahead of Friday's jobs report, which is set to be released at 8:30 a.m. Read More »

Sioux Falls police looking for burglary suspects who had machete

According to The Telegraph , after years of decline, burglary has suddenly seen a sharp upturn with more than 400,000 crimes recorded last year - around half of which took place at people's homes. 30-year-old William Cunliffe of Nicholasville was arrested at a residence that was near the home that was burglarized. And experts have warned that this policy is emboldening burglars, and leading to the surge in offences. Read More »

Obama and John Lewis talk MLK on 50th anniversary of assassination


King had been shot", Obama remarks. During the discussion, Obama hit on a key point of striking a balance between being both confrontational and effective with your mission-something that Dr. Years later, the Klan member who beat him appeared with his son in Lewis' office to apologize. "[.] You respect the dignity and the worth of every human being". Read More »

China Bans Bible From Online Stores


China's biggest online marketplace, Taobao , results came back for "baby food bible" and the 'autoimmune disease healing bible, ' but not the actual scriptures, according to the broadcaster. Warren Wang, 30, a Christian who migrated to Sydney from Shanghai in eastern China in 2012, told the ABC many Chinese Christians saw this coming. Read More »

Sheriff: Mother decapitates 7-year-old son in NY

Both times, Mouhib was transported to the hospital for assistance. According to WHEC-TV , Mouhib was in a mental health facility on March 8 and was released with a care plan on March 26. "Our heartfelt condolences go out to Abraham's family, friends and all affected by this tragedy". Officials at Rochester Regional Health System told 13 WHAM Mouhib worked as a nurse practitioner at Genesee Mental Health from January 2016 through January 2017. Read More »

Facebook to only run verified political ads ahead of elections in Pakistan

Company executives admitted in a separate blog post , "We know we were slow to pick-up foreign interference in the 2016 USA elections", and said these steps are part of an effort by the social media giant to be more vigilant now. Facebook also plans to start labeling political ads, and requiring advertisers to show users how they were funded. The company has also built a tool allowing anyone to see all of the ads a page is running, Zuckerberg says. Read More »

At least 6 killed in twin explosions in Mogadishu


United States military said one vehicle mounted in heavy machine gun was destroyed in the drone attack, which becomes the eleventh in since the start of this year. The second auto bomb detonated shortly afterward near busy Benadir junction after soldiers stopped the vehicle, firing on it as it tried to speed through a checkpoint. Read More »