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North Korea leader Kim Jong says he will complete nuke programme


The North's official Korean Central News Agency carried Kim's comments on Saturday - a day after USA and South Korean militaries detected the missile launch from the North Korean capital of Pyongyang. Mattis also confirmed that he and his South Korean counterpart had recently discussed the possibility of putting USA nuclear weapons back into South Korea, an option that has been raised publicly by some South Korean politicians. Read More »

Trump has military options for North Korea


They plan to meet this week at the U.N. General Assembly. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said the USA has been carrying out a "peaceful pressure campaign" to compel North Korea to come to the negotiating table over its nuclear and ballistic missile program. Read More »

Construction worker killed in fall at Manhattan site


Chohillo was pronounced dead at the scene. Angel Munoz, 46, who said he is the worker's cousin, identified him as Juan Chonillo. "I can't believe this happened". Next week, the City Council is set to consider a bill to mandate a uniform, minimum amount of safety training at all construction sites. Because the building is under construction and there is no elevator or stairwell, firefighters had to maneuver a ladder truck into the worksite and position it so the injured man could be lowered ... Read More »

Shares Trading down at $80.70 (CVS) CVS Health Fighting National Opioid…


CVS Health Corporation (NYSE:CVS) last announced its earnings results on Tuesday, August 8th. It has underperformed by 41.10% the S&P500. Texas Roadhouse, Inc.is a restaurant company, which operates in the casual dining segment. Atria Invests has invested 0.17% in CVS Health Corp (NYSE:CVS). Olstein Cap Management LP reported 124,925 shares. Exchange Cap Mgmt has invested 1.74% in CVS Health Corp (NYSE:CVS). Read More »

Pakistan raises objection with USA over India's greater role in Afghanistan


Pakistan has raised an objection with the United States over President Donald Trump's preference for a greater role for Indian in war-torn Afghanistan . They can't train judicial and police staff or offer technical support to Afghan ministries, according to the report , which described civilian advisers "now forced to move with armed guards in convoys or even by helicopter" to meet Afghan officials. Read More »

Trump advisers warn North Korea to give up weapons programs


They plan to meet this week at the U.N. General Assembly. The US ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley said on Sunday that the UN Security Council has run out of options on containing North Korea's nuclear program and the United States may have to turn the matter over to the Pentagon. Read More »

Federer, Nadal relish teaming up at Laver Cup


Captained by John McEnroe, Team World is made up of players from North and South America and Australia. It was exactly the answer you would expect from a man being paid an appearance fee, believed to be in the high six figures, to participate in an event which is the brainchild of his arch-rival, Roger Federer . Read More »

$1.25 EPS Expected for Centene Corp

Centene Corporation ( CNC ) opened at 90.76 on Thursday. 251,996 shares of the company traded hands. The California-based Bancorporation Of The West has invested 0.24% in Centene Corp (NYSE:CNC). 63,676 were accumulated by Endurant L P. Tekla Capital Management Ltd Liability Corporation has 400,000 shares for 0.96% of their portfolio. Alpine Woods Ltd Liability Corporation accumulated 4,000 shares. Read More »

Halloween decorations lead to 911 calls


Halloween is nearly upon us, so break out the ghouls and gobblings, and sometimes - overly freaky scenes! "The call was given out as a 'suspicious person lying in a driveway with bloody handprints on the garage, '" the response read. They say Halloween is their favorite time of the year, so they always start the decorating early. "I don't think this is even close to amusing!" "The fact the police department had to make this announcement means more than enough people called", one man ... Read More »

Rohingyas illegal immigrants, not refugees: Rajnath


Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Thursday said Rohingya Muslims were "not refugees" but "illegal immigrants" and can be deported. Asked how they entered India as they were undocumented immigrants, Mr. This will ensure that they do not meld with the local population and acquire false identity papers. In any case, he said, "There is a process through which you get refugee status and none from among these people have followed that procedure". Read More »

Abu Sayyaf terrorists arrested: IGP


National police chief Mohamad Fuzi Harun said the seven men, aged between 22 and 38, worked as security guards with private companies in Kuala Lumpur and surrounding areas. "The Royal Malaysian police will continue to launch operations to trace and arrest foreign militants who infiltrate into Malaysia to take shelter, raise funds, launch attacks in the country or to turn Malaysia into a base to launch attacks in third countries". Read More »

'Vicious' Sanctions Will Only Speed Up Nuclear Program: North Korea

It follows a North Korean missile launch over Japan last week . China's foreign ministry spokesman has said that by sending "threatening messages" including "warnings of military action", the U.S. North Korea conducted its sixth nuclear test on September 3. The effectiveness of the sanctions depends largely on whether China, North Korea's ally and main economic partner, will fully implement them. Read More »

China tells North Korea to pull back from the brink

Chinese President Xi Jinping and U.S. President Donald Trump spoke about keeping pressure on North Korea using economic sanctions imposed through the United Nations, the White House said on Monday. "If you simply condemn and threaten, then we're going to antagonize countries over whom we want to exert influence", said Lavrov, referring to Trump's comments. Read More »

Upcoming Winter Olympics medals revealed


As a result, they create dynamic diagonal lines that reflect both the history of the Olympic Games and the determination of the competitors vying for a place on the podium. These wonderful medals perfectly encapsulate our culture, tradition and the Olympic values. "To see them unveiled to the world today is a wonderful occasion". Read More »

Trump, Turkish president meet with 'many issues' to discuss


Trump said that Erdogan is "running a very hard part of the world", and "frankly he's getting high marks". "Frankly he's getting high marks", Trump added. Trump did not answer a question about violence committed by Erdoğan's security detail against peaceful American protesters. But it did not appear that Turkish security officials were involved, the U.S. Read More »

USA workers arrive in Mexico to aid quake rescue effort


The road appears to "breathe". On rubber mats spread across a Mexico City recreation center, the Montero family cuddles under donated wool blankets, their first new possessions after abandoning their apartment following the deadly magnitude 7.1 natural disaster. Read More »

Iowa to borrow $13M more to make budget balance


She has authority without legislative action to transfer up to $50 million in emergency funds to plug a budget shortfall. That was below projected growth, but stronger than expected wage withholdings, corporate tax collections and state sales taxes collected on online purchases helped narrow the gap to a $14.6 million shortfall under accounting practices the state has used for the past 30 years, he said. Read More »

Trump threat 'dog's bark', N. Korea says


Despite Trump's rhetoric, his administration insists it is seeking a diplomatic resolution. North Korea's neighbours South Korea and Japan said the time for negotiating with Pyongyang was over and that the key now was for United Nations sanctions to have the desired effect. Read More »

State sues White House over border wall


The state of California sued the Trump administration Wednesday over its plan to begin construction of the U.S. -Mexico border wall, intensifying its resistance against the administration's stringent and often controversial immigration policies. Read More »

South Korea to Send Humanitarian Aid to North, Keeping Diplomatic Channels Open


South Korea says the US military has flown powerful bombers and stealth jets over the Korean Peninsula in joint drills with South Korean warplanes. Moon is in NY for his debut at the UN General Assembly on Thursday, where he is scheduled to deliver a keynote speech in which he is expected to stress the need for more powerful sanctions on North Korea to end its nuclear and missile brinkmanship. Read More »

S. Korea not seeking collapse of N. Korea


North Korea is expected to be a main talking point at the UN General Assembly in NY this week. The implementation of the aid was expected to be delayed as tensions ran high on the Korean Peninsula after Pyongyang's continuous nuclear and missile provocations. Read More »

Illinois Mom Wakes to House Fire That Masked a Horror


After searching and failing to find her cell phone to call for help, police say the woman searched for her family members but was unable to find them. The Ringengberg children are described in the police report as a son, CR, 2 years old, and RR, an infant. Assistant Police Chief Clay Wheeler said crime scene investigators were at the house about 36 hours before leaving around 3 p.m. Read More »

Russian Federation and China urge 'peaceful' solution with North Korea

The comment came soon after US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said in a televised interview that Washington allowed for a military operation against North Korea if the " peaceful pressure campaign " on Pyongyang yields no results. It will also mark the resumption of aid via United Nations organizations, which ended in December 2015. North Korea is expected to be a main talking point at the UN General Assembly in NY this week. Read More »

Trump's threat akin to 'sound of a dog barking' - N. Korea


His isolationist nature led him to tout the sovereignty of the nation-state even as his bullying style led him to threaten not just North Korea and Iran but also Venezuela for no other reason than its socialistic nature. "There is not much time left". Meanwhile, South Korea has approved a plan to send US$8 million worth of aid to North Korea . "The non-proliferation regime is about to suffer a serious blow from its most confident disrupter ever". Read More »

First year law student dead after alleged law society initiation


Trangia is said to be a member of UST's Aegis Juris fraternity in whose hazing rites Castillo was killed. MPD director Chief Superintendent Joel Coronel said Ralph conspired with Solano to impede the ongoing police investigation. He added that two witnesses have come forward to the department. "I know that you are not bad people you may have been just been carried away by the challenge of manhood in joining the fraternity", said Dela Rosa. Read More »

In debut at UN, Trump to offer assurances, warnings

Mattis said after Kim tested a hydrogen bomb earlier this month that the USA will answer any threat from the North with a "massive military response, a response both effective and overwhelming". Though they aren't their top choices for the region, Haley and McMaster said, they are available to the President. "We have tried a couple of times to signal to them that we're ready when they're ready", Tillerson added, "and they responded with more missile launches and a nuclear test". Read More »

Sean O'Brien criticises British & Irish Lions coaching setup


Others believe that it was disrespectful to the coaching staff and to the achievements of the Lions during the summer. The Lions were widely praised after the series against the world champions, having responded to losing the first Test by winning the second and then securing a gutsy draw in the third. Read More »

United States envoy defends Trump's 'Rocket Man' remark

He said: "Our new executive order will cut off sources of revenue that fund North Korea's efforts to develop the deadliest weapons known to humankind". The issue "also concerns us", she said. "What we are saying is we have exhausted every diplomatic means, and we are going to continue to do that.but we've tried to do dialogue, we've now tried to do sanctions, and the worldwide community actually very much appreciated the blunt, honest approach that the president took on North Korea ". Read More »

Senate candidate Roy Moore in 2005: 'Homosexual conduct should be illegal'


Against the crunch of hard rock guitars, the narrator declares, "Career politician Roy Moore wouldn't endorse Donald Trump". "What I think is that it was illegal under the law, that the Supreme Court usurped the role of the legislature and ruled something about our moral law that is improper, and that's what we're finding the Supreme Court and the federal district courts are doing daily", Moore responded. Read More »

Cumberland Farms donates to Red Cross for hurricane relief


The American Red Cross has added Hurricane Maria and the quake in Mexico to its list of where assistance is needed, while volunteers and employees continue to help victims from Hurricanes Harvey and Irma. "Everything has gotten back in so obviously the cots have to be cleaned, broken down, and then put up so we have put things in our warehouse that we can use for a small amount of people, we've sent other supplies out to where they've been needed", said Everitt. Read More »

Republicans, Democrats, Governor, touting pros and cons of GOP budget plan


One reason he cited is cuts to higher education. UConn President Susan Herbst called it "appalling" in a message sent to students, employees and alumni Saturday. The plan also would eliminate several state agencies and commissions, including the Commission on Women, Children and Seniors and the Commission on Equity and Opportunity. Read More »

'Victoria & Abdul' opens up well in UK


The film, which tells the story of Victoria and her Indian servant Abdul, opened at the second spot at the box office. "Brown." This one tells the story of how an Indian man named Abdul Karim (Bollywood star Ali Fazal) travels to the United Kingdom and becomes Queen Victoria's most trusted friend and " munshi " or teacher, disrupting the household in the process. Read More »