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Canadian housing starts hit near 10-year high

Most of the actions aimed at increasing the supply of homes are centered around the development of new rental apartment buildings. The decision by the province of Ontario's government will impose a 15 per cent " Non-Resident Speculation Tax " on non-Canadians and non-permanent residents buying residential properties in the metropolitan area of nearly 7 million people. Read More »

Numsa comes out in support of SAA cabin crew strike


With immediate effect, customers will be able to purchase a single itinerary for travel on flights of both carriers in one simple transaction and enjoy convenient connections via New York-John F. The workers are aligned to the South African Cabin Crew Association. "The required number of cabin crew members are now not available to enable SAA to operate all of its flights", SAA said in a statement. Read More »



When the officer went to pay his bill, the cashier told him he owed nothing. Mikayla leaned over and whispered to her mother that she insisted on buying Ptl. "She knows their job is hard", Mimi told News 12 . Thanks to "diligent police work", the department figured out why paid for Patrolman Quinn's dinner. Read More »

Macron leads in polls as France prepares to vote in runoff elections


Macron's discussions with union leaders from the Whirlpool plant in northern France, a region where his anti-European Union opponent Marine Le Pen got the most votes, is not without risk. In recent years his daughter has sought to rehabilitate the party's image, and Jean-Marie was expelled from the party in 2015. "I am only the candidate for the presidency". Read More »

Meet the Ravagers in new Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 featurette

Gunn - who is returning to write and direct Guardians Vol. 3 - has said that his trilogy will tell one complete story featuring these characters, and the third film marks the ending of this iteration of the Guardians. Based on a series about Marvel Comics' second-tier characters, Guardians Of The Galaxy earned over US$773 million (S$1.07 billion) at box offices worldwide. Read More »

Restraining order granted against mother of Elizabeth Thomas

He said the family regularly visit her at the safe house where she is recovering, but they try to keep the conversation light and want to avoid bombarding her with questions about her ordeal. Cummins faces state charges of aggravated kidnapping and sexual contact with a minor as well as a federal charge of taking a minor across state lines to have sex. Read More »

Theresa May criticised over snap general elections


Mr Corbyn could have blocked Theresa May's recent decision to hold a general election in Parliament but instead insisted that his MPs support the snap poll in a Commons vote on Wednesday. He said on Thursday that the election was about "what kind of country we want to have after Brexit". Polling data conducted by The Times newspaper showed May could win a landslide majority of 114 seats, up from 12 won by David Cameron in the 2015 general election. Read More »

Kidnapped Tennessee teen is withdrawn, jittery, family says


He also faces state charges of aggravated kidnapping and sexual contact with a minor in Tennessee. Cummins' wife said that before he left town, he had picked up a Cialis prescription "to treat erectile dysfunction and prolong sexual performance", the complaint said. Read More »

Hewlett Packard Enterprise Company's (HPE)


Deutsche Bank AG reissued a buy rating and set a $25.00 target price on shares of Hewlett Packard Enterprise in a research note on Monday, February 27th. Stockholders of record on Wednesday, June 14th will be paid a dividend of $0.065 per share. This represents a $0.26 dividend on an annualized basis and a yield of 1.42%. Read More »

Earnings Estimates Revision Screen: Comcast Corporation (CMCSA)

Comcast Corporation (CMCSA) lost -0.39% to reach $38.01 in the previous trading session. Barclays Capital maintained the shares of CMCSA in report on Wednesday, February 22 with "Overweight" rating. Comcast's dividend payout ratio is presently 30.81%. Following the completion of the transaction, the executive vice president now directly owns 38,844 shares in the company, valued at $2,950,590.24. Read More »

Indians shut out White Sox again

I don't know what hit the side of my knee. Once again, they were playing short-handed. "The courage it takes not to retaliate a lot of times in life is a lot more challenging than doing what ended up happening today", Showalter said. I know there's a component to the rule that says he's got to deliberately and willfully attempt a double play. "He passed the base, if you're asking me, and he injured the leader of our team", Xander Bogaerts said after the game. Read More »

First Majestic Silver Corp.'s (AG)


The average volume of a stock suggests the liquidity of a particular company. Other research analysts have also issued reports about the company. Yet another important factor while evaluating a good buy/sell decision for First Majestic Silver Corp. Read More »

Le Pen Won a Plurality of Female Voters in Election Day Poll

Another suggestion is that Le Pen's distance from National Front will make it easier for her to build bridges with members of other right-leaning parties. Socialist candidate Benoit Hamon, whose party holds a majority in the legislature and whose President Francois Hollande is the most unpopular in modern French record-keeping, got just 6 percent. Read More »

Trump condemns Holocaust deniers as 'accomplices of evil'

Pressed again on the issue the following day, Trump said he was "the least anti-Semitic person that you've ever seen in your entire life". Trump's strongly worded speech comes almost two months after a series of threats against Jewish community centers across the country and questions about rising anti-Semitism during the course of the election season and the new administration. Read More »

Robredo told to pay 8mn pesos over poll protest fee


But Robredo's camp said Marcos should be made to pay P185 million and not P66 million since in his pleading he asked the PET to secure the protection of election results in the 92,509 clustered precincts out of the 369,138 established precincts used in last year's national and local elections. Read More »

Sharapova's 1st opponent opposes wild cards after doping ban


She has been granted wild cards here - where the tournament sponsor also sponsors her personally - and at the upcoming events in Madrid and Rome, which has led to some players complaining about her favourable treatment. "She's had a year and a half". Will there be ring rust or could she hit the ground running against Vinci? The decision on whether to allow Sharapova a free pass into the upcoming clay tournaments has been controversial. Read More »

Doctor, wife in genital mutilation case seek jail release


In addition, Jumana Nagarwala, 44, an emergency room doctor, was taken into custody April 12 and is being held awaiting trial after a federal judge determined she was a flight risk. Forty miles north of Hennepin County, in the neighboring Anoka County, a separate child protection petition was filed on April 13 on behalf of the second 7-year-old girl, according to district attorney's office spokeswoman Elizabeth Mohr. Read More »

Ghana, Kenya and Malawi to get first Malaria vaccine


The drug passed previous scientific testing - including a phase three clinical trial between 2009 and 2014 - and was approved for the pilot program in 2015. The vaccine consists of three injections administered over the course of three months, followed by a final booster dose 18 months later. To develop the vaccine, GSK partnered with the non-profit PATH Malaria Vaccine Initiative and received part of the funds from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. Read More »

Maria Sharapova Returns to Tennis After Doping Suspension

Sharapova, a former world No. 1 and five-time grand slam victor, announced she had tested positive for meldonium in March 2016, saying she failed to realize the heart drug she had taken for over a decade for various health issues had been added to the prohibited list of the World Anti-Doping Agency from January 1, 2016. Read More »

North Korea holds drill to mark military anniversary


Pyongyang's forces reportedly held its largest military drill as a show of strength against the United States and South Korea's increasing pressure. "If I were North Korea , I would not underestimate President Trump's resolve to stop them from getting a missile to hit our homeland", Sen. Read More »

Mourinho just getting started at Manchester United


I just try to be honest and direct, and I don't think about the consequences. "It is going to be the game of the season", predicted United's Spanish midfielder Ander Herrera. United have already won the League Cup, face Celta Vigo in the semi-finals of the Europa League and showed in their stunning 2-0 ambush of league leaders Chelsea that they are a match for anyone. Read More »

Shraddha Kapoor is playing Saina Nehwal in biopic


Several news reports confirmed that Shraddha had been cast for the part on Wednesday, 26 April 2017. The film will chronicle the story of Saina's rise to become India's first victor of an Olympic badminton medal, a bronze in London five years ago. Read More »

Trump's MOAB kills 36 IS militants: allegedly no civilians casualties

The U.S. attack on a tunnel complex in remote eastern Nangarhar province near the Pakistan border killed at least four IS group leaders, Khogyani said. In a press briefing on Friday, Gen John Nicholson, commander of USA forces in Afghanistan, said: "We have USA forces at the site and we see no evidence of civilian casualties nor have there been reports". Read More »

Panel says keep Oklahoma execution moratorium


Henry said numerous findings "were disturbing and led members to question whether the death penalty can be administered in a way that ensures no innocent person is put to death". Henry said the "obvious answer" as to why the death penalty is so flawed is because of a lack of resources, that attorneys for indigent defendants have overwhelming case loads and do not have the money for investigators or expert witnesses. Read More »

V.P. Mike Pence says USA will honor refugee deal with Australia


In return, Australia will accept refugees from Guatemala, Honduras, and El Salvador. Mr Pence earlier praised the relationship between Australia and the United States during his talks with Mr Turnbull. "Since then. Australia has stood shoulder to shoulder with the United States in every major conflict in the past 99 years". His trip to Australia is the first by a senior official in the Trump administration as the U.S. Read More »

Match Previews: Crystal Palace v Tottenham Hotspur


I hope they have trouble against Palace. Of course we would hope he'd stay at Palace for the foreseeable future. "The summer will bring with it whatever it brings whether that is us negotiating a new contract with him and he wants to stay, or whether some outrageous bid comes along". Read More »

Plains Gauging Interest in 350000 b/d Permian-to-Cushing Crude Oil Pipeline


Compiling all of the recommendations for the firm, Plains All American Pipeline, L.P. (NYSE:PAA) current has a mean recommendation of 2.24. The Quebec - Canada-based Fiera Cap has invested 0.01% in Plains All American Pipeline, L.P. (NYSE:PAA). The business earned $5.95 billion during the quarter, compared to analysts' expectations of $6.42 billion. During the same quarter previous year, the company posted $0.38 EPS. Read More »

Easter Egg Hunts in Salem and Wamac on Sunday


Enjoy a delicious Easter special including glazed ham, scalloped potatoes, a cup of our famous pinto beans and a piece of cornbread made from our stone ground cornmeal. As for that Easter egg hunt, more than 250,000 eggs were used, and when it is all done and over with, they will all be tossed in bins and reused for next year. Read More »

Ghana, Kenya And Malawi Chosen To Test World's First Malaria Vaccine


Africa bears the greatest burden of malaria worldwide. "Information gathered in the pilot will help us make decisions on the wider use of this vaccine", said Dr Matshidiso Moeti, WHO's regional director for Africa. These countries were chosen to conduct the large-scale clinical trials because they have massive health programs versus malaria but remain with the highest number of cases accounting for nearly 90% of the world's cases in 2015, ABC News reported. Read More »

Simulating mom's womb in research to help earliest preemies


The final method was tested on eight lambs. The lambs weighed 3.3 to 5.3 lbs. In terms of their lung development, these lambs were equivalent to human infants at 22 to 24 weeks of pregnancy, the researchers said. Most were humanely killed to allow analysis of their brains, lungs and other organs, a few were allowed to survive and were bottle-fed. Although the scientists euthanized numerous lambs in their experiments to examine their biology, one survivor is now about 4 months old, and ... Read More »

Astronaut breaks American record for time in space, honored by Trump

Hours after breaking her most recent record, Whitson received a congratulatory call from President Donald Trump . Peggy Whitson has now spent the most cumulative days in space for an American astronaut. It might take some time for anyone to surpass the new NASA time in space record set by Commander Whitson as she is still now on the ISS, her second stint as the commander of the space station. Read More »

McDonald's order trips up Facebook murder suspect


Police say Godwin is the only known victim. No accusations - just mutual grief. Tom Ducharme, owner of the restaurant near Erie, told CNN that Stephens drove up, placed an order and paid an employee, who recognized him and called police. "She should not feel like it's her fault". The suspect, Steve Stephens , 37, is accused of killing Godwin, a father of 10 and grandfather of 14, on Sunday. Read More »

ISIS denies suffering casualties from United States bomb in Afghanistan

The Islamic State group's news agency Aamaq denied that the strike caused any deaths or wounded in a one-line statement put out on its social media channels, citing a "source" within the group. It was a strong position and four times we had operations (attacking the site) and it was not possible to advance, he said, adding that the road leading to the complex was full of mines. Read More »