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Oklahoma State fine tunes offensive fireworks ahead of meeting with TCU


Combined with his performance over the first two weeks of the season, in which Oklahoma State blew out Tulsa 59-24 and followed with a 44-7 win on the road against South Alabama, Rudolph completed 72.2 percent of his passes for 1,061 yards and 11 touchdowns without an interception through the first 10 quarters of play of his senior season. Read More »

'At least' four killed in M5 motorway crash


Police were asking drivers to avoid the area. Highways England says traffic is trapped for around five miles. The Mirror reported witnesses as saying the accident happened after a lorry travelling on the southbound carriageway smashed through the barrier and ploughed into "several vehicles". Read More »

President Trump to travel to Florida to survey damage from Hurricane Irma


The Florida Keys were largely evacuated by the time Irma barreled ashore as a Category 4 hurricane with sustained winds of up to 130 miles per hour. "I want to thank everybody", Trump said . "I think Trump is turning his head". Here in north Alabama we spent a couple of days dealing with the weakening after-effects of the once mighty Hurricane Irma . Read More »

Farhan Akhtar's Lucknow Central Opens On A Positive Note


Kangana's movie did a business of Rs 2.5 crore nett (approximately) at the domestic market on its opening day, while Lucknow Central collected about Rs 2 crore nett. The film has been released in around 800 screens, but failed to bring in good numbers on its opening day. The film is running opposite two comedy zoner film in the theaters - Kangana Ranaut's Simran and Rishi Kapoor, Paresh Rawal and Vir Das starrer Patel Ki Punjabi Shaadi . Read More »

Body of missing Vancouver Island filmmaker Twyla Roscovich found


Her green Volvo was found, September 13, in Campbell River close to the Quadra Island ship, and it's trusted she proceeded by walking. Roscovich vanished September 7 and the RCMP and drift monitor had been organizing the look for the lady who was battling with an endless wellbeing condition. Read More »

Deaf community outraged over Hurricane Irma interpreter


Instead of crucial emergency information, Greene's gestures made no sense and conveyed words like "pizza", "monster", and 'bear'. Her company provides deaf interpreters to the county all the time. "Everyone was talking about it on social media and everyone was shocked and asking the leaders in the deaf community to do something about it, McCarthy said". Read More »

Manage railways better Instead of bullet trains


Congress leader in Lok Sabha Mallikarjun Kharge said his party was not against any development project, "but the Ahmedabad-Mumbai bullet train project is not economically viable". Mr Modi and Mr Abe are expected to sign several agreements during the visit, and also inaugurate a Japanese industrial park. "This is loot, yet we are congratulating the Prime Minister on his dream-fulfilling project", the Sena alleged. Read More »

Haley: N. Korea Will Be 'Front and Center' at UN Assembly


There is time needed, though, for any strategy to work, but enforced sanctions are "a sound approach to a very hard problem, and we will see if it succeeds", said McMaster. On Tuesday, in addition to his General Assembly speech, Trump will meet with the emir of Qatar, whose kingdom is embroiled in a dispute with other Middle East nations, including Saudi Arabia, over alleged funding of terror groups. Read More »

Northern Illinois vs. Nebraska football


After suffering a narrow home defeat to Boston College in the season opener, the Huskies cruised to a 38-10 win over FCS Eastern Illinois last Saturday. However, Northern Illinois marched down the field on the subsequent drive to re-take the lead, which the team ultimately held on to. The two interception returns by the Huskies marked the only points of the first half. Read More »

Cuomo orders agencies: Don't ask about immigration status

Virgin Islands, on Tuesday, Sept. 12, 2017. Mapp told NPR following the storm that the islands were nearly entirely without power. "As Washington squabbles over rolling back sensible immigration policy, we are taking action to help protect all New Yorkers from unwarranted targeting by government", says Governor Cuomo. Read More »

Jose strengthens into Cat. 1 hurricane, Tropical Storm Lee forms

Thursday, the center of Tropical Storm Jose was located 25.2 north and 67.3 west. Jose was 405 miles east north-east of the southeastern Bahamas and 515 miles southwest of Bermuda. At one point, Jose was a Category 4 hurricane that barely missed the same islands in the Antilles where Irma made a direct hit. For a time , it was a risky Category 4 storm, with 150-mph winds. Read More »

BidaskClub Lowers GrubHub Inc (GRUB) to Hold


If the published price targets set by GrubHub Inc . analysts have any power to influence the stock's share price, the highest price target set for GRUB is $65. Credit Suisse Group started coverage on shares of GrubHub in a research report on Wednesday, January 11th. The volume of GRUB witnessed a shift from 3.23 million shares, based on a 50-day average, to 1.92 million shares. Read More »

Trump: Acuerdo para dreamers está "bastante cerca"

Pero Trump también refutó esa afirmación específica de los líderes demócratas sobre un muro fronterizo, anunciando este jueves: " El MURO, que ya está en construcción en forma de nueva renovación de muros y muros viejos y existentes, continuará siendo construido ". Read More »

Congo security forces kill at least 18 Burundian refugees


The group are said to have overrun a prison where a number of Burundians were being held for deportation. Wendo Joel, an activist from a Congolese pro-democracy and human right group, said the refugees had seized a weapon and killed a soldier as they tried to free some of their arrested compatriots. Read More »

Windstream Holdings, Inc. (WIN)

That suggests something of the likelihood of a short squeeze in shares of WIN . Analysts giving shares a rating of 1 or 2 would be indicating a Buy. During the session shares stayed in the range from $2.00 to $2.08. Following the completion of the transaction, the director now directly owns 637,006 shares in the company, valued at $1,254,901.82. The transaction was disclosed in a document filed with the SEC, which is accessible through this link . Read More »

Irma Leaves 6.5 Million Florida Utility Customers in the Dark

Since customers includes homes and businesses, these numbers do not reflect the full amount of individuals who lost electricity. FPL leaders continue to say they are "racing to get the lights back on". Wilfon found traffic at a near standstill on I-75 near Stockbridge Tuesday afternoon full with countless Floridians setting out on the potentially long road home. Read More »

Brexit: Boris Johnson repeats Leave's £350m for NHS figure


Foreign secretary sets out his vision of Britain after Brexit. Boris Johnson last night fired the first shots in what is thought to be a bid to position himself as the next Conservative Party leader. It comes ahead of Theresa May's visit to Florence to set out the UK's wish for a "special partnership" with the European Union after Brexit. One Downing Street source said: "Boris's views are well known". Read More »

Catalan mayors support holding independence vote


The Catalonia government plans to hold a referendum on self rule for the wealthy northeastern region on October 1, despite strong opposition from government which has challenged the vote in the Constitutional Court. Catalan officials are addressing a letter to Spain's Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy calling for negotiations to agree on a referendum on the northeastern region's independence. Read More »

Putin aims to intimidate West with war games: Polish defence minister


The exercise will last till September 20. Putin's spokesman, Dmitry Peskov, on Thursday accused the West of "whipping up hysteria" over the war games. The last time Russian Federation held a Zapad drill, in 2013, it used some of the forces involved to capture the Crimean Peninsula from Ukraine the next year. Read More »

Dozens Of Nursing Homes Still Lack Power


Broward County said the home alerted officials Tuesday that it had lost power, but when asked if it had any medical needs or emergencies, it did not request help. Gary Farmer of Fort Lauderdale, Sen. "You go, you check on them, you make sure they have water and food and that's it", he said. A city spokeswoman said in a news release that Hollywood police officers conducted welfare checks on 42 nursing homes, assisted living and critical care facilities throughout the day after the deaths ... Read More »

At least eight residents dead at Florida nursing home after power outage


But it's not only residents of nursing homes who are at risk, said Dr. David Wein, chief of emergency medicine at Tampa General Hospital. The Florida Department of Health said that "at no time" did the nursing home " report that conditions had become unsafe or that the health and safety of their patients was at risk". Read More »

North Korea missile test over Japan shows Guam in reach


The US has said there is a military option for handling North Korea's nuclear tests , but it prefers a peaceful solution and asked the worldwide community to do everything to address the global problem short of a war. Guam, which is the home of important United States military assets, is 2,112 miles from North Korea . Nebenzia said that Russian Federation called on the USA and others to implement the "political and diplomatic solutions" called for in the sanctions. Read More »

Govt asks radio stations, TV channels to boost Swachhta Hi Seva campaign


The President also administered " Swachhta hi Seva " oath to all present there whereby they pledged to create a healthy, clean, and new India. The President and the Vice-President of India will actively participate in the Swachh Bharat campaign - a first, since the top two constitutional figures have historically kept away from government programmes. Read More »

Fire breaks out in RK Studio, engulfs set of Super Dancer


According to reports, no casualty has been reported so far. Studio 1 and 2 of the studio were affected where the shooting of Sony TV's reality show Super Dancer was about to take place. The efforts to douse the blaze were on and later the cause of the fire will be ascertained after a proper inquiry, said another official. As the fire spread from all the sides, red flames and smoke billowed out. Read More »

PM Modi to dedicate Sardar Sarovar dam to nation on his birthday


His visit, which has added significance as the Assembly elections are due in Gujarat by year-end, is the second in less than a week after he hosted Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe here and launched the Bullet train project. The height of the dam was recently raised to 138.68 metres, which will allow maximum "usable storage" of 4.73 million acre feet of water. Convenor of the National Alliance of People's Movement Arundhati Dhuru, whose organisation participated in the protests, alleged ... Read More »

IAF Marshal Arjan Singh, India's Oldest 5-Star Ranked Officer 'Critically Ill'


Defence Minister Nirmala Sitharaman visited the former IAF chief in the hospital. The Defence Ministry issued a statement saying Arjan Singh was admitted this morning following a cardiac attack. The Marshal has flown over 60 aircraft and remained a flyer until the end of his career with the IAF. Following his retirement, Singh served as an ambassador to Switzerland in 1971, concurrently serving as the ambassador to Vatican as well. Read More »

Christian man sentenced to death over WhatsApp text


Lawyer Riaz Anjum said his client meant to appeal against the verdict, passed on Thursday by a sessions court in the town of Gujrat. It would be worth mentioning here that the trial of the case held inside the prison after local clerics threatened James and his family. Read More »

Olympics-Evidence found in Sochi drugs probe to charge athletes, International Olympic Committee says

The Winter Games will be held in the alpine county of PyeongChang , 180 kilometers east of Seoul, from February 9-25, 2018, and will be attended by about 6,500 athletes and officials from 95 countries. The road cyclists were among the Russians banned from competing after a WADA-commissioned report by Canadian lawyer McLaren, found evidence of widespread doping and manipulation of doping tests by Russian athletes and officials. Read More »

Young Immigrants Hopeful Following Trump's Meeting With Democrats


A deal announced by Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer and House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi after a Wednesday night dinner meeting would enshrine protections for the almost 800,000 immigrants brought illegally to this country as kids who had benefited from former President Barack Obama's DACA program, which provided temporary work permits and protection from deportation. Read More »

Hurricane Jose continues to meander in the Atlantic

The hurricane was moving northwest at about 10 miles per hour, was expected to turn to the north-northwest by late Saturday and toward the north on Sunday. The National Hurricane Center forecast takes the storm's path out to five days. Jose performed an unusual loop-the-loop before continuing its northwest motion - and now it is expected to strengthen. Read More »

Egypt court sentences 7 IS affiliates to death


Cairo Criminal Court referred the papers of seven defendants in the "Da'ish Libya" case, Saturday, to Grand Mufti Shawky Allam, before sentencing them to the death penalty. The defendants are charged with joining a terrorist cell in Egypt's governorate of Marsa Matrouh affiliated with the Libya Daesh militant group. Death sentences in Egypt are subject to review by the country's mufti as the official interpreter of Islamic law, although his verdict is not legally binding. Read More »