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SCANA And Santee Cooper Agree To Amount Of Guaranty Payments From Toshiba


The two power companies haven't yet decided what path to pursue for the construction project: Their options range from scrapping the project, which has already cost almost $9 billion, to pressing on with both reactors and risking more unexpected expenses, since the current $14 billion estimate has been called into question . Read More »

Yogi says he is a 'Ram Bhakt', will visit Ayodhya 'regularly'


The chief minister said buyers are disappointed over builders' failure to meet project deadlines. As per Aaj Tak, the chief minister further said that in India, everyone knows about Ramleela and it is watched by the people of the country every year with equal devotion and fervour. Read More »

Le gouvernement veut que toute nouvelle norme en supprime deux anciennes


Pendant sa campagne présidentielle, Emmanuel Macron avait promis une simplification des normes réglementaires . La circulaire s'appliquera "à compter du 1er septembre 2017". Surveiller les directives européennes. Cette circulaire s'inscrit dans la droite ligne des propos tenus par le chef de l'État lors de la conférence des territoires qui s'est tenue au Sénat le 17 juillet. Read More »

Texas inmate appealing to US Supreme Court to halt execution


A Texas man scheduled for execution Thursday night asked for a last-minute stay, saying his former lawyer relied on Wikipedia for research on his case. The facility does not do requests for last meals. On Thursday, the 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals denied his bid, but his legal team plans to appeal to the U.S. Read More »

Murielle Bolle face à son cousin, une confrontation attendue — Affaire Grégory


Si les enquêteurs considéraient déjà comme " établi " que Murielle Bolle avait été " malmenée " par sa famille, le cousin ajoute avoir reçu ce soir-là ses confidences: elle lui aurait avoué avoir bel et bien assisté à l'enlèvement. L'une des questions sera notamment la présence sur les lieux d'un avocat, Paul Prompt, aujourd'hui décédé. Ce vendredi, elle va être confrontée à son cousin. Read More »

Capito votes for health care substitute; Manchin votes no


What's more, Small Business Majority's polling found a majority of small businesses support the ACA. Despite his reputation as a master tactician, McConnell has been unable in recent weeks to wrangle his fractious caucus into a cohesive health-care voting block. Read More »

Suspects in Kim Jong Nam's murder arrive at court


The trial for Indonesian Siti Aisyah and Vietnamese Doan Thi Huong is set to begin from Oct 2 to 5 and will be heard be throughout October and November. The women's lawyers said they would enter pleas at the start of the trial in October. Jong-nam, who used the name Kim Chol on his passport, died en route to Putrajaya Hospital. Read More »

Man Sues Niantic Over Pokemon Go Fest Debacle

Massive outages and long lines plagued Pokemon Go Fest in Chicago earlier this month, and a new class action lawsuit is seeking reimbursement for players who were impacted by the issues. However, at least one player claims that Pokemon Go didn't do enough and is suing Niantic for damages because of the event. The company underestimated just how popular Pokemon GO would be at launch, making for a service launch that went down in infamy, with nearly all players experiencing an inability ... Read More »

House Speaker Ryan defends Priebus, says has Trump's confidence


It's entirely plausible that Scaramucci meant to say "30-foot putts" in his original remarks, as making a three-foot putt is not considered an impressive achievement in golfing. In his first press briefing as White House communications director last Friday, Scaramucci said , "We are a little bit like brothers, where we rough each other up a little, which is totally normal for brothers". Read More »

Pakistan SC chief justice takes suo motu notice of teenage girl's rape


A view of the room where a 16-year-old girl was allegedly raped on the order of a village council in Rajapur village near Multan, Pakistan July 27, 2017. In most of the country, jirgas are tolerated but not recognised by the formal courts and police. "Another Tribe Court ( panchayat ) in south Punjab Multan and another girl was raped". Read More »

Sensex Falls 200 Points, Nifty Below 10000; Pharma, Banking Shares Drag


Yes Bank also ended at record closing high of Rs 1,786.75, up 4.33 percent after analysts retained bullish stance on stellar earnings performance and stock split. There were 531 advances, 902 declines and 477 unchanged stocks on NSE reflecting bears dominating bulls in morning hours. Housing Development Finance jumped 5.8% to 1,728.50 rupees. Read More »

Chinese Police Detain 'Female Cult' Members


As part of the current detention for som eof its members, the police also confiscated things that belongs to the cult members such as: computers and books used by the cult for recruitment. Meanwhile, The Church of Almighty God refused to give a direct response to the media like BBC and referred to its US-based website, which contains multiple alleged testimonies of believers tortured by Chinese authorities. Read More »

Burgum declares drought disaster for nearly entire state


More than 300 wildfires have been reported to the state's Department of Emergency Services in the last three months. Consumers could see the price of bread at the grocery counter rise, said Doug Goehring, agriculture commissioner for North Dakota, the nation's largest producer of spring wheat and second largest grower of wheat generally after Kansas. Read More »

'Big Polluter' DiCaprio Hypes Gore's New Film On Climate Change


Educate yourself and see An Inconvenient Sequel . Gore is now on tour to promote his latest film, " An Inconvenient Sequel ", which is a follow-up from his 2006 film, " An Inconvenient Truth ", based on his book from the same year. His films are about the dangers of climate change, and Monday night he spoke about a lack of leadership from President Trump on combating climate change. Read More »

Considered using nuclear weapons against India in 2001: Musharraf


The former Pakistani dictator also recalled that he had many sleepless nights, asking himself whether he would or could deploy nuclear weapons, he told Japanese daily " Mainichi Shimbun ". In an interview to the Japanese daily Mainichi Shimbun , Musharraf said that when tensions were high after the December 2001attack which New Delhi blamed on Pakistani terrorists, there was a "danger when (the) nuclear threshold could have been crossed". Read More »

Father of tennis champ Mark Philippoussis denies molesting girls


Philippoussis Sr faces a maximum life jail sentence if convicted. Prosecutors say the alleged molestation took place at the Fairbanks Tennis Courts, Philippoussis' home and his vehicle. The defense attorney told 10News the Philippoussis family was shocked by the charges. Bail has been set for Nikolaos Salvator Philippoussis at 9.2 million dollars. Read More »

What's next in the Senate health care debate


After the hearings, the chairman brings forward a version of the bill he or she likes and schedules a "markup" to consider amendments. Thank you, fellow senators. "The Speaker controls the floor". Trump stressed that Republicans have run for years on a promise to repeal and replace the law. But leaders were encountering problems. Read More »

New Images and Teaser for Sony's 'The Star'


Queen of Christmas Mariah Carey has revealed that she will have a new single out this holiday season. We smell another #1 Holiday Hit plus a Best Original Song Academy Award and Golden Globe. "I don't want a lot for Christmas, there is just one thing I need", she said in a video posted to Twitter at the time. It's definitely too early to be excited for Xmas, but with two new cosy films to look forward to, we're kind of hankering for fairy lights and eggnog. Read More »

Il décroche le bac à 11 ans — Bénin


C'est le Chef de l'Etat béninois, Patrice Talon qui a autorisé le jeune élève a composer lors de cette session de rattrapage, alors qu'il avait été recalé à la session normale... Le jeune bachelier a un parcours scolaire pas comme les autres. Le gamin est à son deuxième coup de maître car déjà à l'âge de 9 ans, il réalisait une véritable prouesse en décrochant le Brevet d'études du premier cycle (BEPC). Read More »

Judge questions North Carolina redistricting pace

At a hearing Thursday, Eagles noted that legislative leaders have known since August 2016 that almost 30 districts were considered illegal racial gerrymanders. They're also pushing for a special election with a schedule of December 5th for primary and March 6th for general elections. The legislature's attorneys argue a longer timetable with public input through multiple public forums in the fall would give them the opportunity to "get it right". Read More »