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L'annonce de la baisse des APL passe mal


Ce lundi, sur BFMTV , Christophe Castaner, le porte-parole du gouvernement, évoquait une lettre de cadrage que le Premier ministre Valls a adressée à sa ministre du Logement l'été dernier. "Ce gouvernement a décidé que, dès 2018, ce sont 2 milliards de moins que paieront les grandes fortunes, puisque désormais elle paieront l'ISF sur les seules fortunes immobilières. Lire la suite »

Florida teen wins $26K a year for life with $1 scratch-off


Instead of taking a lump sum payment, she chose to receive yearly payments of $26,000 for the rest of her life. The winnings are guaranteed to be paid out for at least the next 20 years, officials said. She claimed a top prize from the new $500 A WEEK FOR LIFE Scratch-Off game! Ruz bought her winning ticket from the Publix grocery store at 400 E. Central Boulevard near Lake Eola. Lire la suite »

Israel Dismantles Metal Detectors from Key Jerusalem Shrine

Earlier Tuesday, Israel's security Cabinet said it would replace the metal detectors with "advanced technologies", reportedly cameras that can detect hidden objects, but said this could take up to six months. They have refused to enter the compound in protest and have prayed in the streets outside instead. As part of intensifying diplomatic efforts, President Donald Trump's Mideast envoy, Jason Greenblatt, met with Netanyahu in Jerusalem on Monday. Lire la suite »

Celebrity chef hunts for python in Miami


Neither Ramsay's press office nor the district immediately responded to emails Tuesday asking about mercury. Ramsay's adventure will air in an upcoming episode of his new series " The F Word ", airing Wednesdays at 9 p.m. The job pays minimum wage plus bonuses based on the length of the snake. Penniston, who has caught almost 30 snakes in his career but has never eaten one, said "what an honor to have my first taste of python cooked by Chef Ramsay". Lire la suite »

People Found Dead in Truck in 'Human Trafficking Crime'


When officers arrived, they found eight people dead in the back of the trailer, said police Chief William McManus . Silvia Mintz, an attorney representing the Guatemalan Consulate in Houston, said she has contacted the U.S. The truck did not come with a trailer, McDaniel said. A survivor of the human trafficking horror discovered in a Texas Walmart parking lot this week is speaking out on the horrors he experienced in his bid to find work across the border. Lire la suite »

Evangelical Church Imported 'Hundreds' Of Brazilians To Work As Slaves


However, once the young Brazilians arrive, their passports, travel documents, and any money they have is seized, and they are forced into slave labor, serving the church and high ranking members of the church congregation. The sect was founded in 1979 by Jane Whaley, a former math teacher, and her husband, Sam, a former used auto salesman. The Christian Post reached out to Word of Faith Fellowship on Monday and a woman who identified herself only as Mary said there was no one at the church ... Lire la suite »

Kushner Meets With House Committee on 'Range of Issues'


House Intelligence Committee Ranking Member Adam Schiff praised the "productivity" of Jared Kushner's testimony Tuesday. "But it was a very productive session and an opportunity to ask about a range of issues that the committee has been concerned about". Lire la suite »

Intercontinental Hotels Group (NYSE:IHG) Receives An Update From Brokers


The stock has a market capitalization of $10.61 billion, a P/E ratio of 27.87 and a beta of 1.34. InterContinental Hotels Group PLC has a one year low of GBX 3,048.73 and a one year high of GBX 4,492.00. Several research firms recently commented on IHG. Shares of Intercontinental Hotels Group (NYSE:IHG) have earned a consensus recommendation of "Hold" from the ten ratings firms that are now covering the stock, MarketBeat.com reports. Lire la suite »

Man facing eight charges in Montreal stabbing that left newborn dead


According to the experts consulted by The Newspaper, murder charges can be filed in a case like this when one is in a position to prove that the child's heart has beaten at least once outside of the womb of his mother. The tragedy occurred around 2: 30 a.m., Monday, after the police had been called for the first time Sunday night at the apartment of the couple of Montreal-North. Lire la suite »

China Mobile (Hong Kong) (CHL) Receives News Impact Rating of 0.19


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Jordan Spieth: 'Tiger Woods made winning look easy ... it's not'


At 11 under par, Spieth enjoyed a three-shot lead over playing partner Matt Kuchar , with 20-year-old Canadian debutant Austin Connelly - a good friend of Spieth - three shots further back alongside US Open champion Brooks Koepka . Only legends of the game - Jack Nicklaus , Tiger Woods, Ben Hogan, Gary Player , Gene Sarazen - have won all four legs of the Slam. The up and down for bogey was among the best ever by anyone. Lire la suite »

Tensions Mount as Israel Installs Security Cameras at Al-Aqsa

Tensions had mounted for days as Palestinians hurled rocks and Israeli police used stun grenades after the detectors were placed outside the sacred venue, known to Muslims as the Noble Sanctuary and to Jews as Temple Mount. Friday is the highlight of the Muslim religious week, when tens of thousands typically converge on the holy site for prayers. Israeli troops responded to the stones and firecrackers thrown by Palestinians with live rounds and tear gas. Lire la suite »

Alton Towers Oblivion ride stops in mid-air


The carriage is completely stuck at the top and it isn't going. "People were led down two by two, each descent taking approximately 35 minutes, Oblivion has now been shut due to what staff say are technical difficulties". A spokesperson for the park said: "This afternoon Oblivion stopped after a sensor on the ride detected a minor fault". 'The ride performed exactly as it is created to do. Lire la suite »

"Trump Scout Badges" That Twitter Outdid Itself Creating


Trump is also under the impression that if he keeps telling people that they are going to great health care, no one will notice when their insurance is gone, or if they still have insurance that it costs two or three times more and covers two or three times less. Lire la suite »

Despacito singers slam Venezuelan president for using altered version of song


President Nicolás Maduro of Venezuela has been trying to create a new constitution that would effectively establish a dictatorship in the country. The opposition plans to hold protests ahead of the Constitutional Assembly elections set for July 30 and aimed to rewrite the country's constitution in order to find a way out of the political crisis which started in January 2016 with the election of a new legislature. Lire la suite »

Zachary Patten arraigned on murder, home invasion charges


Officers believe she was not the intended target. Patten was formally Monday in a St. Joseph County courtroom on open murder, felony murder, home invasion and felony weapon charges in connection to Richardson's death. Patten turned himself in to police on Friday in South Bend, Indiana. St. Joseph County Magistrate Mark Brooks denied Patten's bond and assigned him a court-appointed attorney. Lire la suite »

U.S. wants to make us scapegoat for their failure: Pakistan Senator


Ted Poe's response came days after the U.S. affirmed that it was not giving Pakistan $350 million as coalition support fund stating that Islamabad has not taken "sufficient actions" against the Haqqani network. "Pakistan has been reimbursed United States dollars 550 million of the USD 900 million the country was authorised in FY16 CSF". "This decision does not prejudge the conclusions of the White House review of South Asia strategy, which is still ongoing", Stump insisted, articulating that ... Lire la suite »

Senator Capito to vote to begin debate to repeal and replace Obamacare

Sen. Murkowski joined one Senator, Susan Collins of ME, to be the only Republicans to vote against the debate. Capito had been one of the most watched votes in the case to repeal and replace Obamacare. About 525,000 of West Virginia's 1.8 million people are enrolled in Medicaid, the program for the poor, disabled and nursing home residents. About 175,000 joined under the act's expansion. Lire la suite »

EU, Turkey reflect on high-level meeting


Mogherini and EU Enlargement Commissioner Johannes Hahn are due to meet Turkey's Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu and EU Affairs Minister Omer Celik later Tuesday amid increasingly sharp exchanges over Ankara's rights record and the crackdown after a failed coup a year ago. Lire la suite »