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SEOUL, South Korea (AP) - Asian stock markets were mixed on Wednesday as investors awaited the outlines of USA tax overhaul plans by President Donald Trump while news headlines on geopolitical tensions surrounding North Korea have quieted. USA stock index futures were slightly higher on Wednesday as the Trump administration prepared to unveil a new tax plan that could be a driver of economic growth. Read More »

'We Are Relieved': Hickenlooper Reacts To Latest GOP Health Care Failure

U.S. President Donald Trump has repeatedly called for Senate Republicans to get rid of the legislative filibuster of requiring 60 vote for a Bill and move towards passing legislation with a 51-vote majority. Bernie Sanders laughed hysterically at Trump when he said, "Nobody knew that health care could be so complicated". President Trump has maintained that repeal-and-replace will happen and added , "But we are disappointed in certain so-called Republicans ", an apparent ... Read More »

FBI Director Answers Questions About The Flathead Valley Cyber Threats


This is unprecedented, we have not seen that before. Two weeks ago, the Columbia Falls School district received cyber-threats promising harm and demanding ransom. So we're quickly trying to up our game. "Sharing that information is the first step". Earlier this year Michael Waltz, a former U.S. Army Special Forces commander, warned the U.S. Read More »

College Basketball Coaches Charged With Corruption, Fraud


The coaches charged are Chuck Person of Auburn , Emanuel Richardson of Arizona , Tony Bland of Southern California and Lamont Evans of Oklahoma State . NCAA spokeswoman Gail Dent, when asked for a statement from the NCAA, said, "Nothing on this end". No one from the schools was charged. The former Auburn and National Basketball Association player, who coached in the National Basketball Association before joining Auburn's coaching staff in 2014 as an assistant coach, was suspended without ... Read More »

NFL Must Change or 'Their Business Is Going to Go to Hell'


Not at all. I have plenty of time on my hands. "I think it's important that we respect the flag and what it stands for". "Get you a ride on a Greyhound bus when the national anthem is over", he said of the anthem protests . Instead, the National Football League has widely condemned Trump, including New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft, a friend of Trump's who gave the president a Super Bowl ring after the Patriots' latest championship. Read More »

Rick Scott says Florida is ready to help Puerto Rico


Donald Trump recently announced that he has employed "all relevant departments and agencies to assist in the recovery effort" in Puerto Rico in the aftermath of Hurricane Maria . "I told my husband if they cancel again, I might lose it", said Rivera. "When we call for help, we're not calling for "give me a little bit more food" help we're calling for "give a baby some water" help", she said. Read More »

Citigroup Inc. Has $22.61 Million Position in EnLink Midstream, LLC (ENLC)


It has underperformed by 71.88% the S&P500. EnLink Midstream LLC had 48 analyst reports since August 6, 2015 according to SRatingsIntel. Therefore 19% are positive. Parallax Volatility Advisers Lp accumulated 0% or 4,422 shares. EnLink Midstream LLC (NYSE:ENLC) has risen 22.63% since September 26, 2016 and is uptrending. Read More »

Healthcare effort failed, Trump looks to future vote


Trump noted also that his first priority has always been on overhauling the tax code, and he told reporters that the tax plan he and lawmakers will propose has been "totally finalized". But those attempts came to a crashing, and potentially fatal, halt Tuesday when McConnell conceded defeat in the effort to pass the Graham-Cassidy bill. Read More »

Donnelly Statement on President Trump's Visit to Indiana - Senator Joe Donnelly


In a press release, Donnelly said that he was committed to working with Trump to fight the outsourcing of jobs and to seek bipartisan tax reform. "You don't know for sure until bills go up on the board for votes, but we're very optimistic that this will get done and our message is that it needs to get done and it must get done and that failure is not an option", said Brinegar. Read More »

Salman Khan to have a MEGA CLASH soon!


According to him he left that world back in 1997 and has been associated with filmmaking from last 15 years. Sapna Chaudhary: The third Contestant of the show is Sapna Chaudhary. Publicity, good or bad, is publicity. And the makers of the show have a very special surprise for the audience. The fourth neighbour is Zubair Khan , Haseena Parkar's real-life son-in-law. Read More »

3 dead in scaffolding collapse at TV tower in Miami Gardens


The workers were near the top of the tower, likely falling about 900 feet, Miami-Dade Fire Rescue said. The casualties were not representatives of the TV channels, but rather were a gathering from Tower King out of Texas contracted to overhaul a transmission recieving wire for WSVN. Read More »

McCain calls for Jones Act waiver for Puerto Rico


We caught up with Haughton auto shop owner Jose Veda and his son Tito as they worked on cars Wednesday afternoon. Overnight, in a series of tweets , president trump emphasized Puerto Rico's massive debt, saying it ols " Billions of dollars to Wall Street and the banks, which sadly, must be dealt with". Read More »

United Nations commends Saudi over ending women's driving ban


The change, which will take effect in June 2018, has fuelled hopes of increasing women's participation in the workplace. "It is unbelievable", said Fawziah al-Bakr, a Saudi university professor who was among 47 women who participated in the kingdom's first protest against the ban - in 1990. Read More »

Tillerson to cover North Korea, Trump visit during China trip


All North Korean companies have been ordered to stop doing business in China, AFP reports citing an unnamed Chinese official. The tremors from the North were reported a day after the state's Foreign Minister Ri Yong Ho suggested another nuclear test could be conducted by Pyongyang. Read More »

Qatar urged to protect 800000 labourers from deadly heat


Temperatures in Qatar are now in the high 30s Celsius and humidity levels are above 50 per cent. In a statement yesterday, the Committee said it is striving to ensure high health and safety standards on the working sites, and is in constant contact with representatives of the workers and with human rights and workers' rights organisations concerned with improving working conditions and achieving positive change for the benefit of workers in the region and the world, including the Human ... Read More »

97% Puerto Ricans still without electricity, claims Governor Ricardo Rossello

Now, they just want to know that they're both OK. Meanwhile, a lack of power and running water makes it hard to keep sanitary conditions or do even basic medical tasks. "But last thing I heard, he doesn't have any gas", said Burtelle. The island mostly recovered. "Because we are an island, there's no trucks or roads that we can bring commodities", De La Campa said. Read More »

Man avoids rape charge as French court finds girl (11) consented


The family of the child argued the girl was "paralysed" with fear and was unable to defend herself. However, prosecutors said they could not justify charging the man with rape as there was no "violence, constraint, threat or surprise". The case has been suspended to February 13th next year. "We should not even have this debate when it comes to a child", Diebolt said. The girl's lawyer argued that it was irrelevant if she resisted the man's advances or not as she was legally below the age ... Read More »

LAPD officer arrested after fiery freeway crash


Tuesday just north of Washington Boulevard when his sports auto struck a 2014 Nissan and a 2010 Scion from behind. Perez said there were no open containers in the auto, but that Verduzco showed signs of being intoxicated. He is being held on $100,000 bail, inmate records showed. Beck identified Verduzco as a two-year veteran of the Los Angeles Police Department who had served in the Army for four years, including a tour of duty in Afghanistan. Read More »

More than 122000 people flee Bali volcano on eruption alert


A Balinese man watches the Mount Agung volcano covered with clouds at a temple in the Karangasem district of Bali, Indonesia on September 26, 2017. The Mount Agung Volcano is at its highest alert levels since last Friday. But officials now said people are fleeing even farther areas. "They are afraid of being hit in case of an eruption", he said. Women sit on the back of a truck as a temporary shelter in Bali, Indonesia, Sept. Read More »

Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg denies it is biased against Donald Trump


Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg says he spent the day in DE talking about emergency response for natural disasters such as hurricanes, floods and earthquakes. It's essentially the exact same argument that Zuckerberg made the day after the election - that Facebook's internal data, which the company has largely declined to make public, indicates fake news and foreign-bought political ads never reached enough users to make a difference. Read More »

Zuckerberg responds to Trump's claim Facebook was out to get him


Earlier this month the social network disclosed that during the election, it sold $100,000 worth of ads to inauthentic accounts likely linked to Russian Federation. And in another revelation from ABC News, anti-immigrant posts that supported Trump were also found in this collection of Russian-backed accounts. "After the election, I made a comment that I thought the idea misinformation on Facebook changed the outcome of the election was a insane idea". Read More »

PREP VOLLEYBALL: Fremont tops Davis in 4-set tussle


Lainey Davis added 16 assists, six digs and one kill. Wilson 3, Deshler 1: Tori Walker had 16 kills and 11 blocks as Wilson got a four-set win Tuesday over Deshler in Class 4A, Area 16 play. BROADNECK 3, SOUTHERN 0: Neely Winter tallied six kills, three digs and five aces as the Bruins beat the Bulldogs, 25-14, 25-11, 25-15. For CHBC: Taylor Oldham-1 kill, 3 assists and 1 dig.Jenna Wojcik-2 digs.Renee Buzzard-2 digs.Lauren Wojcik-2 kills, 1 ace and 2 digs.Hailey Persinger-1 assist.Haley ... Read More »

USA mulls request by lawmakers to waive shipping limits on Puerto Rico

A waiver was granted to lift the Jones Act during the days immediately following Hurricane Harvey. Under the Act, for a ship to be allowed cabotage, or transportation of goods and people between two harbors in the same country, it has to satisfy all three of these conditions: be United States built, USA owned, and US-flag-carrying (which means the ship is registered as American). Read More »

France PM Macron wants reforms for post-Brexit EU

While re-elected German Chancellor Angela Merkel has signaled openness to some of Macron's ideas, one potential ally in her new government is deeply skeptical about a eurozone budget. "But Europe alone can give us the ability to act in the world faced with big contemporary challenges". In some of his most concrete proposals, the staunch pro-European said that countries that have adopted the euro - some 19 of the member states - should have their own budget for joint investment projects ... Read More »

Live, Pakistan vs Sri Lanka, 1st Test, Dubai, live cricket score


Pakistan will be playing a Test match without batting stalwarts Misbah-ul-Haq and Younis Khan for the first time in seven years. "We have to remember the disciplines (of Younis and Misbah) and whatever they told us should be implemented on the field and start afresh", said Ahmed, who has already led Pakistan in one-day and Twenty20 global. Read More »

Trump Ignores Pleas to Calm North Korea Tensions


President Donald Trump and North Korea are locked in a war of words and South Koreans fear that the tensions could turn into an actual war. Twitter cited President Donald Trump's "newsworthiness" and the public interest as reasons why it declined to remove a tweet that added to the fiery rhetoric between the United States and North Korea. Read More »

Malaysia bans all citizens from travelling to North Korea

Malaysian police officers are seen in front of the North Korea embassy in Kuala Lumpur , Malaysia, Feb 23, 2017. "The travel ban will be reviewed once the situation has returned to normal", the ministry said in a statement. North Korea has been targeted in recent months by stricter sanctions and increasing diplomatic pressure, with Kuwait and Mexico expelling its envoys in recent weeks. Read More »

Alabama Senate Race Shines Light On Turmoil In GOP


Bannon, who campaigned with Moore on Monday, joined in the Washington bashing, accusing party elites of thinking Alabama voters are nothing but "a pack of morons". Alabama has not elected a Democrat to the Senate in a quarter century, so Moore is expected to become Alabama's next senator. "Congratulations to Roy Moore on his Republican Primary win in Alabama", the President tweeted after Moore had been declared the victor. Read More »

Accountability court indicts Pakistan finance minister


The reference alleged that the assets were "disproportionate to his known sources of income for which he could not reasonably account for". However, Sharif's plea was opposed by the National Accountability Bureau ( NAB ) prosecutor, who said it was not necessary for the accused to be with his wife, since his children were already taking care of her. Read More »