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'Single women are burden on the state,' says Japanese MP


Kato is not the first to make this kind of observation. In 2007, Hakuo Yanagisawa, the then health minister, described women as "birth-giving machines" and said it was their public duty to increase the birth rate. Among 32 countries with a population of 40 million or more, Japan came in dead last for the percentage of children in the overall population, a United Nations study found. Read More »

France condemns USA move to re-impose sanctions


Le Maire proposed creating a European body that would have the same kind of powers that the U.S. Justice Department has to punish foreign companies for their trade practices. Le Maire pointed to the possibility of reinstating of European Union "blocking regulations", dating back to 1996, which were used as a countermeasure against USA sanctions that targeted third countries doing business with Cuba. Read More »

Important Analyst's Ratings to Watch: Amgen Inc. (AMGN), Honeywell International Inc. (HON)c

Mariner Wealth Advisors Llc who had been investing in Amgen Inc for a number of months, seems to be bullish on the $114.00 billion market cap company. More interesting news about Amgen Inc. (NASDAQ:AMZN) news were published by: which released: "AWS head responds to Microsoft's cloud criticism" on May 09, 2018, also with their article: "How Amazon Is Saving Sears" published on May 09, 2018, published: "3 Stocks Growing Faster Than Both Amazon ... Read More »

Amber Alert issued for infant abducted in upstate NY


An AMBER alert was issued after her mother, Katrina Harter, took her from a Rock Cabin Road home in Montour Falls. The girl was described as black with brown eyes and black hair. The Wayne and Ontario County sheriff's offices, Geneva Police Department and New York State Police are assisting in the investigation. Investigators say Gionna is in imminent danger of serious physical injury and/or death. Read More »

Missing Montour Falls infant safely located in Geneva — AMBER ALERT Canceled

Harter, 31, police said. The child was taken under circumstances which led police to believe that she was in imminent danger of serious physical injury and/or death. Gionna Harter, the 17-day-old baby that went missing from Montour Falls early Thursday morning, has been safely located. "The sheriff's office would like to thank the public in calling in tips and providing information to assist in the investigation". Read More »

4 troopers hurt, suspect killed in Oklahoma shootout in southeast Oklahoma town


An OHP tactical team was called to assist and during a shootout, the four troopers were injured and one trooper avoided injury when a bullet hit is protective vest, Timmons said. "We had troopers return fire". The fifth trooper was struck in his bulletproof vest, which stopped the round from penetrating and "ultimately saved his life", Timmons said. Read More »

BSEB Bihar Class 12 results on or before May 25 @ biharboard


It is being reported that the result may take 10 more days to be compiled. The students should note that there has been no official confirmation regarding the declaration of BSEB 12th Result 2018 . But the official date regarding the declaration of Class 12 exam results in Bihar will be out by next week only. This year, 17.70 lakh candidates from Class 10 and about 12.80 lakh from Class 12 registered for the exams. Read More »

Raila meets with Nairobi 'Small Business Community'


A statement from the conveners said Mr Odinga spoke to the team about the expectations he and Mr Kenyatta have of them. "H.E. Raila Odinga with members of the Nairobi Gema small business community who hosted him for breakfast meeting today at a Nairobi Hotel". Read More »

Injured Humboldt Broncos player signs with York University's hockey team


Dahlgren says that his goal is to attend York in the fall of this year, but the school has assured him that he can begin whenever he is ready and recovered. Meanwhile, Broncos forward and former Battlefords AAA Stars player Kaleb Dahlgren, who was injured in the bus accident, has signed a letter of intent in U Sports with York University. Read More »

SC reserves verdict on pleas challenging Aadhaar scheme


In August 2017, the Supreme Court had declared privacy to be a fundamental right, while clarifying the decision on the constitutional validity of Aadhaar would be taken separately. "She had to give a thumb impression for authentication", Justice Chandrachud recalled. A bench headed by Chief Justice Dipak Misra directed all the parties concerned to file their written submissions to put forth their case. Read More »

Comerica Bank Has $46.91 Million Holdings in Walmart (WMT)

Walmart Inc . ( WMT ) has made its way to a 12-month gain of 7.81%. Walmart Inc . (NYSE: WMT ) has risen 23.53% since May 11, 2017 and is uptrending. It also reduced Iac/Interactivecorp (NASDAQ:IACI) stake by 3,500 shares and now owns 3,916 shares. For a total of 50,941 shares it increased its holding in Eaton Corp. Read More »

Yale: Officers admonished white student for calling police


I am not going to justify my existence here. But campus police say they told her this was not a police matter and that Siyonbola had every right to be there. The white student who called the police has since been identified as Sarah Braasch , a grad student now working on her fifth degree, a PhD in philosophy, the Grio reports . Read More »

Top Iranian cleric says United States can't be trusted


They chanted, "Mr. Trump you can not do a damn thing", and, "We fight". However, Mr Trump rejected the deal in a highly controversial statement, saying the agreement was "defective at its core". He declared the U.S. will reimpose its economic sanctions on Iran. Mr Trump has warned Iran of "severe consequences" if it continued its nuclear development. Read More »

Kinder Morgan (KMI) Announces Earnings Results


The stock decreased 1.42% or $0.04 during the last trading session, reaching $2.77. About 44,550 shares traded. It has underperformed by 11.55% the S&P500. Storm Resources Ltd. (TSE:SRX) has 0.00% since May 11, 2017 and is. Its down 0.07, from 0.77 in 2017Q3. It dropped, as 75 investors sold KMI shares while 372 reduced holdings. Read More »

Trump has asked Arab allies to pay for security, says Iran


Iranian lawmakers also set the Stars and Stripes ablaze inside the parliament and burnt symbolic copies of the nuclear agreement. Ryabkov expressed regret over the USA move and described it as a threat against global peace. over its withdrawal from a 2015 nuclear deal and President Donald Trump's incendiary rhetoric against Tehran, APA reports citing Press TV. "A few days ago Trump wrote a letter to leaders of #PersianGulf states, which was revealed to us", the supreme leader wrote . Read More »

Congress Demands Disqualification Of BJP's Sriramulu Over 'Bribery' Video


Both the Congress and the BJP continue to indulge in charges and counter-charges. The Congress has said that the BJP has entered into a secret pact with the JD (S ). "This is not the Rahul Gandhi of 2014. Fortunately, the people of Karnataka will not let that happen". However, Siddaramaiah stole the BJP's thunder to an extent when he accepted the proposal to give special religious status to Lingayats - a traditional voter base of the BJP. Read More »

Top Baltimore police official didn't pay taxes


Baltimore's police commissioner was criminally charged this week with failing to file federal tax returns for 2013 through 2015. One of those ex-cops, Thomas Allers, was sentenced today to 15 years in federal prison for racketeering and for staging nine robberies while on duty as an officer. Read More »

Matt Crafton: Fast in Kansas Truck Practice


MONSTER ENERGY CUPKC MASTERPIECE 400Site: Kansas City, Kansas Schedule: Friday, practice, 12:35 p.m. and 2:05 p.m. (FS1), qualifying, 6:45 p.m. Kansas has been a good track for me over the years. "But, right now, I'm just looking forward to getting back to the track and getting to work". Read More »

Emergency Alert System sends test warning


After a large natural disaster sounded tsunami alarms around the Gulf of Alaska in January, communities put their emergency plans and equipment to the test, and some communities found shortcomings. A real tsunami warning in Alaska earlier this year included alerts sent to cellphones, something that didn't happen Friday. Rosemary Dunn in Anchorage, said that she had been more interested than panicked while the warning came through. Read More »

New law bans sex between police and people they detain


Kristina Myers has a personal reason to applaud the new law giving families quicker access to police body camera video. Her husband steven was killed in an officer involved shooting. Governor Colyer and supporters said it's not only good for the public, it protects law enforcement too. The law was introduced by Rep. Cindy Holscher in part because investigators uncovered evidence of a Kansas City detective who for years allegedly coerced sex from black women by threatening to arrest them or ... Read More »

USC Womens' Tennis Team Rolls Into The Round Of 32


The other doubles matches were close, but Baylor clinched the point when Will Little/Constantin Frantzen defeated Will Kirkman/Pierre Dodens, 7-5. Finally, on court three Kristina Sorokolet took the opening set 6-4 before freshman Taylor Bridges evened the match with a 7-5 win in the second. Read More »

Wilfried Zaha expected to stay at Crystal Palace despite speculation - Roy Hodgson


The Ivory Coast global has been instrumental in helping the Eagles beat the drop this season and his impressive performances have caught the attention of several top Premier League clubs. "I think Wilfried Zaha is a £50 million to £70 million player in this market place", Jordan told Talksport . "I think Wilfried Zaha is a £50million to £70million player in this market place". Read More »

Gujarat riots: HC verdict in Ode case likely today


A special trial court in 2012 held 23 of the accused guilty, and sentenced 18 of them to life imprisonment. The high court also upheld the acquittal of 23 others. They have been convicted for murder, rioting and conspiracy. The probe team also sought capital punishment for all the accused found guilty of murder. Read More »

Wenger predicts 'inevitable' European super league


Wenger's is not a legacy that guarantees the continuation of a particular style of football, let alone more tangible success in the form of trophies; his successor will embark on a vast and frightening rebuilding project. "Words can't describe how big his achievements are". "I will try to do my job until the last minute I work here and then think about the future". There are plenty of stereotypes for English players to break, and they could put the foot on the gas pedal Sunday. Read More »

Wind Advisory In Effect For Las Vegas Valley


The weather service warned about patches of dust and flying debris reducing visibility across the region. Expect mostly sunny skies today with a high near 70 in Providence. The work week will end with a lot of sunshine and comfortable temperatures, but the weekend doesn't look too promising, with rain expected Saturday and cool and cloudy conditions on Sunday, Mother's Day. Read More »

Host Russia Names Preliminary Squad for 2018 World Cup


A further report the following year by Canadian sports lawyer Richard McLaren found that more than 1,000 Russian competitors had been involved in a conspiracy to hide positive drug tests over a period of five years and that football was among more than 30 sports involved. Read More »

Ex-Speaker Sheldon Silver convicted of corruption, again


Silver was convicted on seven counts, including two counts of honest services fraud and one of extortion under color of official right, and a count of money laundering. Silver collected almost $4 million in bribes and kickbacks that he disguised as legal fees from law practice in exchange for his influence in Albany, prosecutors said. Read More »