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North Carolina latest to suffer in 2017 hurricane season


Although it's not now predicted to make landfall along the coast, Maria is the third hurricane to affect the U.S. in the last month. The National Hurricane Center forecast cone that we show on WECT products is the official and best resource for storm intensity and track information. Read More »

France, Italy reach shipyard deal


Fincantieri has also entered in merger talks with the Naval Group. "Our two groups have already successfully cooperated on the Horizon and FREMM frigates programs and we look forward to achieving together our European ambition while serving our worldwide development on a growing competitive naval defence market and continuing to support the Italian and French navies", Naval Group Chief executive officer Hervé Guillou and Fincantieri CEO Giuseppe Bono said in a joint statement. Read More »

Trump continues attack on National Football League players


The 2017 National Football League season has again been suffering from year-over-year ratings declines, but none to the level to keep it from being the biggest thing on TV. The president may have his theories, but explaining why ratings are down isn't simple. It may be better to look at the average ratings for all Monday games. Read More »

Energy Transfer Equity LP (NYSE:ETE) Has Increase in Shorts


At the close of regular trading, its last week's stock price volatility was 2.13% which for the month reaches 1.77%. Oculus VisionTech Inc (OTCMKTS:OVTZ) has 0.00% since September 27, 2016 and is. The company was downgraded on Monday, January 9 by Bernstein. (NYSE:AIG), Stochastic %D value stayed at 77.85% for the last 9 days. The firm earned "Buy" rating on Tuesday, May 30 by Jefferies. Read More »

Hot Stock Analysis: Chesapeake Energy Corporation (CHK)

Volume in the last session has decreased compared with CAR's average trading volume. About shares traded. Zoetis Inc (NYSE:ZTS) has risen 29.89% since September 28, 2016 and is uptrending. As of the end of the quarter Exane Derivatives had sold a total of 1,620 shares trimming its stake by 17.4%. Since the start of 2017, short interest on CHK stock has almost doubled to 199.87 million shares - 22.75% of the equity's available float. Read More »

Malaysia bans its citizens from travel to North Korea


The football match between North Korea and Malaysia in Pyongyang, which is supposed to take place on Oct 5, has been postponed yet again. The match was originally scheduled for March 28, and then June 8. North Korea responded by declaring the Malaysian ambassador a persona non grata. Matta president Datuk Tan Kok Liang said Malaysians travelling overseas for holidays would not be affected by the travel ban as many would venture to other tourist destinations to avoid unnecessary risks. Read More »

Republicans Make Desperate Bid to Save Health Care Bill


More: What would the Graham-Cassidy health care bill mean for you? Susan Collins dug in with strong criticism of the legislation. "But that has not been the case", McCain said . Officials say studies like Kaiser's don't fully account for the bill's market stabilization features. At a campaign rally for Sen. KODJAK: So in July, when the Senate was considering previous versions of the health care bill, McCain cast the deciding vote that killed that attempt. Read More »

Trump Admin Freezes HHS Private Jet Use Until Reviews Complete


When he was asked if Price would keep his job, Trump merely said "we'll see". "We're going to conduct a full review and we'll see what happens". "I was looking into it and I will look into it". taxpayer. In one case he took a private jet to a resort in ME where he was part of a discussion with a health care industry CEO. Scott Pruitt, the administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency, reportedly spent more than $58,000 of taxpayer money on travel that an agency spokesperson ... Read More »

Vacuum maker Dyson to build an electric auto


The auto would use larger versions of its digital motors, powered by new battery technology that will be lighter and provide more power than today's lithium ion cells. He predicts that within a few years revenue from the company's electric vehicle business would eclipse revenue from its other product lines. Dyson told staff in a letter, the battery technology already in the company's cordless vacuums and hairdryers could be re-purposed. Read More »

Sin relación sismos del 7 y el 19 de septiembre: Sismológico


Añadió que hay regiones donde no tienen estaciones suficientes para detectar sismos de baja intensidad, por lo que desconocen cuántos temblores hay en esos lugares. Por esta razón, los epicentros de las réplicas se ubicaron en el mismo sitio que el terremoto de anoche, en el océano, entre el norte del estado de Chiapas y el sur del de Oaxaca . Read More »

Trump warns of military option

Last weekend, USA bombers and fighter escorts flew in global airspace east of North Korea to the farthest point north of the border between North and South Korea that they have in this century, according to the Pentagon. Moon said he had personally been against the deployment of US Terminal High Altitude Area Defence (THAAD) system in South Korea, but the decision was made as North Korea's missile capabilities were quickly improving. Read More »

Toddler shoots two other children at United States home daycare facility


One of the victims was transported to Children's Hospital of MI in Detroit and another was taken to Beaumont Hospital-Dearborn before being airlifted to Children's. Almost 1,300 children die and 5,790 are treated for gunshot wounds each year in the United States, according to a recent study published in the medical journal Pediatrics . Read More »

Rihanna wants Donald Trump to pay attention to Puerto Rico


A spokesman for the Department of Homeland Security says officials believe there is sufficient capacity of US -flagged vessels to move goods to Puerto Rico. Cox, who moved from Puerto Rico to OR 12 years ago, goes back to visit at least once a year. "There were about 36 hours we were not in contact with them and we didn't know what was going on", said the pastor, sitting in the quiet sanctuary. Read More »

Massive rockfall in Yosemite National Park kills 1, leaves 1 injured


Park rangers and search and rescue personnel visited the scene, using a helicopter to assess the damage. According to NPR and a statement from the National Park Service, yesterday at approximately 1:55 PM, the rockfall happened from El Capitan , with a release point that appears to have started near the " Waterfall Route ", one of the more popular routes along the trail. Read More »

U.S. says no need for Puerto Rico shipping waiver

President Donald Trump said Wednesday he has not decided yet whether to waive it in this instance, though. "But we have a lot of shippers and ... a lot of people who work in the shipping industry that don't want the Jones Act lifted". Indeed, some gridlock has already emerged in Puerto Rico: Containers are piling up at ports as goods arrive faster than trucks can haul them away, according to local reports . Read More »

Cash demand 'extraordinarily high' in hurricane-hit Puerto Rico -Fed


Rodríguez-Andino says he's seeing some signs that help from Uncle Sam is on the way, though, with aid trucks moving through town and increased air traffic at the San Juan airport. It turns out, she had much more than she ever imagined and now those medicines and supplies are on their way. "I cry everyday. It's really rough because it's our island". Read More »

ISIS releases recording of leader al-Baghdadi


The date of the recording is unclear, but Baghdadi makes reference to North Korean threats against Japan and the US, according to multiple reports . IS has seen its holdings in Iraq and Syria seriously diminished as US-backed forces battle the terror group. Read More »

Millions Of Men & Women To Join North Korean Army Amid Tensions


The UN Security Council voted unanimously on September 12th to boost sanctions on North Korea , banning its textile exports and capping fuel supplies. South Korea's Foreign Minister Kang Kyung-ha also said continued co-operation between Seoul and Washington was vital in the current climate. The row between the US United States and North Korea began earlier at the UN General Assembly when Trump said that the US would have no choice but to "totally destroy" the DPRK unless Pyongyang ... Read More »

China takes issue with Japan over N. Korea; calls Abe 'belligerent'


During a meeting with President Moon Jae-in on Thursday, national security adviser Chung Eui-yong said he expected Pyongyang to act around October 10 and 18, but gave no details. The sources said it appeared that China was trying to drive a wedge in relations between South Korea, Japan and the United States by highlighting Seoul's hopes of keeping the door for dialogue open with North Korea. Read More »

Happy Birthday Lata Mangeshkar: Some of her best songs


Sridevi: Best wishes to Didi . Queen In Concert will be aired in the Raina Beeti Jaye time band, where the host Akriti Kakkar will take the viewers through Lataji's musical journey, her life and work, her associations with Mohammed Rafi, Kishore Kumar and Yash Chopra with some of their little-known stories. Read More »

US Ambassador: Israel occupies just 2 percent of West Bank


On Wednesday, Israel's Haaretz newspaper reported that the UN's human rights office began sending letters to some 150 companies around the world warning them that they may be added to a database of firms doing business with Israeli settlements in the occupied West Bank, including East Jerusalem . Read More »

Rain fails to dampen Durga Puja spirit in Kolkata


The main attraction of Maha Ashtami is Kumari Puja where a pre-pubescent girl is worshipped as "Mother Goddess". Children are worshiped to remind people of the fact that Goddess Durga is present in living beings too. Mahashtami, considered the most auspicious of the four-day Durga Puja, was ushered in today with pushpanjali - offering of flower - to the Goddess. Read More »

Michelle Obama: Women Who Voted for Trump 'Voted Against Their Own Voice'


In an interview with Stephen Colbert, the Late Show host asked: "Well, the most important question I have for you is what is Beyoncé really like?" "You just like the thing you're told to like." the former first lady stated. "We're telling our sons that it's okay to humiliate women". "You can't just be the talking head", she said . "He was elected", Obama said of her hopes and former President Barack Obama's hopes for the new president. Read More »

Russian internet trolls continue to stir up trouble in the United States


Unless you were hiding under a rock this weekend, you likely are aware that dozens of players, coaches and owners within the National Football League knelt during the national anthem. "They were taking both sides of the argument this try to raise the noise level of America and make a big issue seem like an even bigger issue as they are trying to push divisiveness in this country", Lankford said. Read More »

National Coffee Day: Deals from Krispy Kreme, Dunkin' Donuts, Starbucks


National Coffee Day isn't over until Krispy Kreme says it's over, and because of that, the doughnut chain is turning National Coffee Day into National Coffee Weekend . Pilot Flying J: The travel centers will be giving away free cups of small coffee or another hot beverage of choice if you show an online coupon available at, or on Pilot Flying J's Facebook page . Read More »

Supreme Court to Decide on Power of Public Sector Unions


Janus argues that the state's scheme violates his First Amendment rights by forcing him to support political speech and activity that he does not wish to support. Gettleman dismissed the workers' complaint in 2016, and the Chicago-based 7th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals upheld his decision in March. The Illinois case offers the justices a chance to overturn a significant labor law precedent from 1977. Read More »

China limits oil, bans textile trade to N Korea


Exported refined oil products must be used fully on civil purposes, not for North Korea's nuclear and ballistic missile programmes, or other activities banned by the UN Security Council , the ministry said. At the United Nations, Trump called Kim "rocket man" and threatened to "totally destroy" North Korea. Kim responded to Trump's remarks at the UN General Assembly in a statement on state media, calling the president "mentally deranged" and threatening to take the "highest level of ... Read More »

Accused NSA leaker told feds she smuggled docs in pantyhose


Defense attorneys say agents never read victor her Miranda rights. Winner, 25, a former Air Force linguist with a top-secret security clearance, worked as a government contractor in Augusta until June, when she was charged with copying a classified report and mailing it to an online news organization. Read More »

'Pinch of madness': Italian woman marries herself


The 40-year-old paid £8,700 for the ceremony, which is not legally recognised, and even went to Egypt on her honeymoon - by herself. Self-marriage - often dubbed "sologamy" - is a growing trends around the world, with proponents claiming the ceremony celebrates self-love and acceptance. Read More »

Korean stocks open lower on US-N. Korea tension


Details are scant, but Chung suggested the deployment was meant to show that there wasn't "any crack" between the U.S. and the South Korean government amid mounting United States tensions with North Korea. South Korea handed over its operational command to the US forces after the three-year Korean War broke out in 1950. However, Pyongyang says it needs to continue and develop the programs as a deterrent against hostility by the U.S. Read More »

Scalise Returning to Capitol Months After Near-Fatal Shooting


Scalise tweeted a photo in Washington D.C., saying "I'm back". Hodgkinson targeted Republican lawmakers who were practicing for the annual congressional baseball game. Scalise underwent several surgeries to fix his injuries, and his condition steadily improved under cautious care. "I found out later just how much damage was done internally", Scalise told "60 Minutes" correspondent Norah O'Donnell in an interview that will air on Sunday. Read More »

Colorado arrest may be linked to IN teens' death


Two girls snapped a grainy image of a man that police have been looking for since the crime. Police found weapons in the vehicle. Indiana State Police Sgt. 24-Hour News 8 has confirmed that Nations registered as a sex offender living in Greenwood, Indiana, in 2010. His last known address is less than 100 miles from Delphi. Read More »

Trump begins tax reform after healthcare failure

The proposed plan includes a so-called zero tax bracket, which almost doubles the standard deduction , which is $12,000 for single individuals and $24,000 for married couples. to countries where the corporation tax was lower. Without releasing the tax brackets-the income level at which one tax rate ends and another begins-it's impossible to know who will win and who will lose from this change. Read More »

South Korea expects in mid-October, the provocations from the DPRK

The Armed Forces Day originally falls on October 1, but the event was brought forward ahead of the Chueseok holiday next week. "Securing counter capabilities against North Korean nuclear and missile threats is the most urgent task". "Our armed forces' combat strength overwhelms that of North Korea". Military airstrips in South Korea are not long enough for big, heavy B-52s, plus, the United States does not want its high-tech fighter jets sitting within North Korean artillery range, he said. Read More »