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Northern California Man in Trunks Steals Beer Truck


A almost naked homeless man was arrested yesterday after reportedly stealing a truck full of beer and leading California police on a highway foot pursuit. He was eventually caught within an hour of the truck being stolen as he hid in the bushes. Hermsmeyer was booked into the Sonoma County jail for 10851 CVC, stolen vehicle, 496 d (a) PC, possession of stolen property, 666.5 (a) PC, priors for auto theft, 148 (a)(1) PC, resisting arrest, and 1203.2PC violation of probation. Read More »

India considering death penalty for child rapists


The next hearing is scheduled for April 27 and a three-judge bench, comprising of Justices AM Khanwilkar and DY Chandrachud and headed by Chief Justice of India (CJI) Dipak Misra will argue the matter. She called the gang rape and murder of the eight-year-old girl in Kathua "revolting" and hoped "Indian authorities, starting with Prime Minister Modi pay more attention" to the condition of women. Read More »

Panthers Will Open The 2018 Season At Home: Full Schedule Inside


The Bengals won the previous two games in the series in 2006 (17-14) and 2010 (20-7). The Panthers will host the Buccaneers on November 4, just four days prior to their Thursday Night Football game in Pittsburgh, and have a December 2 trip to Tampa Bay, according to the Tampa Bay Times. Read More »

Bush Medal: Bono Gets 1st Award for Distinguished Leadership


Bush and Bono first met face-to-face at the White House in 2002 and immediately began working together to fight HIV/AIDS in Africa. "The first time I met you you knew more statistics - it was like were coming right out of the Central Intelligence Agency, [like] one of these analysts", Bush said. Read More »

Republican Leaders Set Parameters For Special Session


Bosma and Senate President Pro Tem David Long say there will be a special meeting of the legislative council May 7 to lay out procedures for the special session and discuss the bills content. In general, there are no substantive changes from the bills' final form before time ran out for votes. The schools takeover bill, in particular, elicited howls of complaint from Democrats during the regular session. Read More »

Xcel Energy (XEL) Getting Somewhat Positive Press Coverage, Accern Reports

Xcel Energy (NYSE: XEL ) last announced its earnings results on Thursday, April 27th. It has underperformed by 10.79% the S&P500. Xact Kapitalforvaltning AB raised its position in Xcel Energy Inc (NYSE: XEL ) by 14.3% during the fourth quarter, according to the company in its most recent 13F filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission. Read More »

Ardern to toast leaders at Buckingham — CHOGM


Ghana's prime minister Kwame Nkrumah has been chosen to toast the Queen. New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern is greeted ahead of the first 2018 Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting by UK PM Theresa May and Commonwealth Secretary General Patricia Scotland. Read More »

ACLU: Invalidation of Indiana Abortion Restriction Should Have Been Predictable


In particular, Planned Parenthood argued the IN law violated the right to access to abortion established IN the Supreme Court's 1992 decision IN Planned Parenthood of Southeastern Pennsylvania v. 7th Circuit blocks disability abortion ban;... The court found that these restrictions on abortion are an unconstitutional violation of the Fourteenth Amendment right to terminate a pregnancy prior to viability. Read More »

Japan defense official: N.Korea may be bargaining


President Donald Trump appears to be confirming news that North Korea has agreed to suspend nuclear and long-range missile testing. The country "no longer needs" to conduct nuclear or intercontinental ballistic missile tests because it has completed its weaponizing programs, Kim told the Korean Workers' Party's Central Committee, which declared it a "great victory". Read More »

Syria 'chemical attack': OPCW investigators to be allowed into Douma


The Russian military later said that it will help secure the visit of global chemical weapons inspectors to the site of the alleged attack. In fact, Russian Federation informed the OPCW that " there were still pending security issues to be worked out before any deployment could take place ", Ahmet Uzumcu, the director general of the OPCW technical secretariat, said in a statement on Monday. Read More »

Republican Senators Won't Commit To Endorsing Trump In 2020


Bill Huizenga of MI when asked if he'd support Trump for re-election. Trump tweeted Thursday that the sitting congresswoman is a "wonderful woman who has always been there when we have needed her". The president has already filed for re-election - he filed his Form 2 paperwork with the Federal Election Commission hours after he was inaugurated over a year ago. Read More »

Sikh woman on Pak pilgrimage converts to Islam, marries Lahore man


In her petition filed in the LHC, Amna Bibi stated that she married her Pakistani husband at her own will and she wanted to stay in Pakistan . As per Pakistani media reports, Kiran embraced Islam from Darul-Aloom Jamia Naeemia in Lahore on April 16 and later performed "nikah" (marriage) with Muhammed Azam, a resident of Hanjarwal Multan Road in Lahore. Read More »

Alabama Department of Education names Eric Mackey as new superintendent


Mackey will serve us well and we will see forward thinking results", she said. Each interview lasted about an hour. Asks the candidate if they agree with Interim Supt. Hunter did not recuse herself from the vote, saying she was fair and impartial. Bell said she voted for Pouncey because she feels he is the only candidate who has successfully worked to correct finances and who has experience with working effectively with diverse demographics and family income levels. Read More »

City of Houston celebrates former First Lady Barbara Bush

Bush made presidential history in another way, too. "F*** outta here with your nice words", the professor tweeted . The Bush family, led by former President George H.W. Years before she lost her daughter, years before she became a first lady, Bush dropped out of Smith College to begin a 73-year marriage to George H.W. Read More »

Evaluate risks of ties with the NRA


A Friday, April 20 press conference at the Beach 73 Street Y in Arverne By the Sea featured a groundswell of opposition for Governor Andrew Cuomo and his policies regarding renewable energy as TV star Cynthia Nixon was on hand to pledge her commitment to take on all corporations perpetuating the distribution of fossil fuel products. Read More »

Maker of jet engine in fatal accident wants more inspections


Passengers dragged her back inside, but she died at a Philadelphia hospital after the crippled plane made an emergency landing with hero Captain Tammie Jo Shults, a former Navy flyer, at the controls. The FAA proposed making the recommendation mandatory in August but never issued a final decision. It is not clear how many planes will be affected. Read More »

"Smart" missiles trump was in Russian Federation

Syrian air defenses activated and fired interceptor missiles during the US, UK, and France's missile strike on the country's suspected chemical weapons sites, but only two of those reportedly had a chance of hitting their targets. USA government sources tell Ankit Panda writing at The Daily Beast that only two missiles fired from Syria's air defenses took off during the actual strike, and they both failed. Read More »

German theatre asks guests to wear swastikas for Hitler play 'Mein Kampf'


The theater is offering free admission to those spectators willing to wear an armband with a Nazi swastika, given to them ahead of the performance on April 20, Hitler's birthday. "This artistic impulse seeks to show how easily people are corrupted and can be made to wear the symbol of million fold suffering, just to save a few euros", his colleague Daniel Grünauer added. Read More »

Queen asks Commonwealth leaders to let Charles succeed her


May's remarks to the queen on Wednesday were significant: "Over many years you have been the Commonwealth's most steadfast and fervent champion.You have been true to the deepest values of the Commonwealth - that the voice of the smallest member country is worth precisely as much as that of the largest; that the wealthiest and the most vulnerable stand shoulder to shoulder". Read More »

Saudi Arabia intercepts Houthi ballistic missile targeting Jazan


Al-Malki also said. On Oct. 1, 2017, the Houthis said they fired a surface-to-air missile and shot down a US -made General Atomics MQ-9 Reaper drone in the north of Sanaa. According to United Nations officials, more than 10,000 people have been killed in the war, while more than 11 per cent of the country's population has been displaced in what it has described as "the worst humanitarian crisis in the world". Read More »

'Holes' in bid to stop Stormy Daniels suit


And if he tries to pardon him to prevent that from happening, it just builds the obstruction of justice case even stronger (and it might not even help because numerous charges he potentially faces could be state charges as well). Coincidentally, shortly after Goldberg offered these reflections, the Justice Department released former Federal Bureau of Investigation director James Comey's memos - including one in which the president "jokes" about punishing journalists who report leaks by ... Read More »

Anchorage high schools join National School Walkout


Organizers told the Associated Press that more than 2,600 demonstrations were planned from ME to Hawaii. Students across the metro will walk out of class Friday in an organized effort to protest gun violence. O'Hearn said. "Your children are exhausted of dying while you stand by indifferent", Hickman senior Lexi Davis said as she shouted into a bullhorn, leading the crowd. Read More »

Sara Bareilles and Josh Groban Will Co-Host the Tony Awards


Sara wrote the hit show Waitress , which is now on Broadway , and Josh was nominated a year ago in the Best Lead Actor in a Musical category for his work in Pierre & The Great Comet Of 1812. The ceremony will take place at Radio City Music Hall in NY on June 10. "I have never felt more embraced and encouraged by a professional community, and I am so grateful for that", commented Ms. Read More »

Rihanna Teases Savage x Fenty Lingerie Collection Launch!


Another photo of a television screen zooming in on Rihanna's cleavage as she wore a salmon pink bra was captioned, 'Don't change dat channel'. Following her smash-hit foray into cosmetics , the singer and style icon is officially launching a line of lingerie, called Savage x Fenty . Read More »

A high for marijuana legalization on 4/20


The origin of the term is hotly debated among the members of the cannabis culture. By increasing the municipal tax on recreational marijuana from 3.5 percent to 5.5 percent, Hancock hopes to generate roughly $8 million each year. Where is weed legal around the world? The National Cannabis Policy Summit is a gathering of activists and leaders from government, business, health care, veterans groups, and civil rights organizations to discuss marijuana policy. Read More »

Woman claiming to be Uhuru's unknown 'daughter' arrested


The lady claiming to be President Uhuru's daughter at the back of a Police auto on Friday, April 20. The message from the woman, who indicated her name as Tamara Risheel in the placard, was plain and simple; to meet the president. President Kenyatta is known to have only three children- Jomo Kenyatta, Jaba Muhoho Kenyatta, and Ngina Kenyatta. President Kenyatta is in the United Kingdom for a week-long State visit. Read More »

China flies bombers around Taiwan, holds live-fire drills


Taiwan's government has said that the recent Chinese military drills aim to intimidate the island and are a threat to regional peace and stability. In a statement on its microblog, the Chinese air force said it had "recently" flown a patrol, which included H-6K bombers, around Taiwan. Read More »

Trump Puts Syria on Notice


But the news comes as at least one United States guided-missile destroyer set off for the coast of Syria after Trump stated the possibility of a military response. Trump said the United States is still working to determine who is directly responsible for the attack, which was widely publicized in recent days after graphic on the ground footage of victims was shown around the world. Read More »

Russian Media Downplay Impact of US-led Syria Strike


The extended range missiles were launched by the B-1B Lancer bombers and struck the Barzeh Research and Development Center near Damascus on April 13. Damascus skies erupt with surface to air missile fire as the USA launches an attack on Syria targeting different parts of the Syrian capital Damascus, Syria, early Saturday, April 14, 2018. Read More »

Trump's two 'nice and smart missiles' delivered to Russian military


According to the source, the Syrian military found two cruise missiles that did not explode during the United States missile strike on Syria on the night of April 14. The Russian foreign ministry dismissed that as fake news. US President Donald Trump wrote on Twitter on April 11 that Russian Federation should get ready for a missile attack on Syria, claiming the missiles will be "nice and new and smart". Read More »

Clearwater Paper Corporation (CLW) Has Another Very Weak Trading Session

About 95,567 shares traded. Clearwater Paper (NYSE: CLW ) last announced its earnings results on Thursday, April 19th. It has underperformed by 43.26% the S&P500. Its down 0.06, from 1.02 in 2017Q3. Also, the number of hedge funds holding Clearwater Paper Corp in top ten holdings was flat from 0 to 0 for the same number. Read More »

Mom outraged after preschool bans children from saying 'best friend'


School officials did not comment. Hartwell chose to pull her daughter from the program. Hartwell told the station her daughter now feels confused about whether it's okay to use the language. Greenberg didn't point out any examples of schools that banned the phrase, but that didn't stop the column from sparking a fiery response from outlets like the New York Post , Chicago Tribune and others denouncing the idea. Read More »