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Documents: Man who threatened Jewish centers was for-hire caller


It was a buy-a-bomb-threat service, the feds say, that a teenager was running as he targeted scores of schools and Jewish community centers here and across the country earlier this year. "I just add the persons name to the email". AlphaBay went to great lengths to hide the identities of its vendors and customers, and it promoted money-laundering services to mask the flow of bitcoin and other digital currencies from investigators, authorities said. Read More »

Time to Reconsider Transalta Corporation (NYSE:TAC) After More Short Sellers?

Among 4 analysts covering TransAlta Corporation (TSE:TA), 1 have Buy rating, 0 Sell and 3 Hold. TransAlta had 11 analyst reports since August 24, 2015 according to SRatingsIntel. CIBC Asset Management Inc now owns 17,645,218 shares of the utilities provider's stock worth $112,669,000 after buying an additional 4,809,107 shares during the last quarter. Read More »

Dow tracks 9th straight day of record close


The energy sector was mired in the red as crude oil held a sizable loss for much of the day but retraced almost all of the decline by the close; WTI settled just 0.1% lower at $49.37/bbl. 1 USA meat processor reported greater-than-expected quarterly profit and sales. It made average daily gains of 0.26 per cent over the nine sessions of record highs . Read More »

California sanctuary state bill needs changes, Jerry Brown says


And last week, The Sacramento Bee reported that Becerra is poised to sue the federal government following U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions' announcement that funds from a federal grant program would be withheld from local and state governments with "sanctuary city" policies that limit cooperation with federal immigration enforcement. Read More »

4-month-old Pakistani baby saved by Noida doctors, dies back home


He wrote, "My Rohaan passed away last night". Initially, unable to get proper treatment in Pakistan , Rohaan's parents were trying strenuously to get an Indian medical visa for his surgery. The boy's family met Sushma Swaraj on July 21 along with the baby and thanked her for facilitating his surgery in India. Rohaan recovered well after the surgery and went back to Pakistan. Read More »

Chuck Norris endorses disgraced anti-LGBT extremist in Senate bid


Norris said: "Judge Roy Moore is the real deal: He's tough, tested, and has a spine of steel". Moore fumed: "This was a politically motivated effort by radical homosexual and transgender groups to remove me as Chief Justice of the Supreme Court because of outspoken opposition to their immoral agenda". Read More »

Nintendo Adds A Critically-Acclaimed Game E-shop


Severed puts you in command of Sasha, a one-armed warrior who wields a living sword as she travels through a nightmare world to find her family. It has been revealed that the game is now available to purchase on Nintendo Switch, and a launch trailer has been revealed to commemorate the launch that you can see at the bottom of this post. Read More »

David Letterman is heading back to TV


He hosted late night TV for 33 years. The project is being produced by Radical Media, the prodco behind fellow Netflix shows What Happened, Miss Simone? , Oh Hello on Broadway and Abstract: The Art of Design , as well as Letterman's Worldwide Pants. Read More »

Trump Has Sent 'Greetings' to Robert Mueller

It was not clear whether Mueller sent any messages to Trump, and the special counsel's office did not immediately respond to TPM's request for comment. Doing so paved the way for Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein to appoint Mueller to the special counsel position in May, days after James Comey was sacked as Federal Bureau of Investigation director. Read More »

Danny Healy-Rae blames 'fairies' for dip in Kerry road


Speaking to the Irish Times he said: " There are numerous fairy forts in that area ". He added that the road passed through an area that was rich in fairy folklore and magic. Kerry County Council has told the paper that the issues are because of "a deeper underlying geotechnical problem". Danny Healy-Rae's daughter, Maura Healy-Rae, recently told a meeting of Killarney Municipal District Council that her father is "convinced" that fairies are interfering with the road at Glenflesk, in ... Read More »

CWC to pass resolution on 75th Quit India anniversary


Seven Congress MLAs have resigned from the party over the last fortnight. The leader added that Congress faced "electoral crisis" when it was not in power from 1996 to 2004. The attack on the Congress V-P in Gujarat will also figure in the discussions, especially in view of Gandhi's proposed visits to the home state of the Prime Minister and BJP chief Amit Shah in the run-up to the assembly elections scheduled to be held in November-December this year. Read More »

David Silva to join hometown club Las Palmas in 2019

The Spain worldwide has been with the Citizens since 2010, when he joined the Etihad Stadium outfit from Valencia for £25m. Pep Guardiola wants Alexis now but Arsene Wenger has made it clear the player won't be sold to a Premier League rival, so Manchester City will have to wait until January to agree a pre-contract with Sánchez for his arrival in July of 2018. Read More »

Un rapport du gouvernement américain émet des inquiétudes — Changement climatique


Dans l'un de ses mails en date du 16 février 2017, Bianca Moebius-Clune, une responsable de l'agence, dresse une liste détaillée des termes et expressions à éviter conformément à la demande de sa hiérarchie. "Outre le " changement climatique ", elle cite " l'adaptation au changement climatique " (lui préférant l'expression " résistance aux conditions météorologiques extrêmes "). Read More »

5 dead, 60 injured as quake hits Sichuan


The quake took place at a depth of about six miles (9 kilometers), and the epicenter was in the Ngawa prefecture, home to a population of ethnic Tibetans, many of whom are nomadic herders, Reuters notes . The quake was also strongly felt in the provincial capital Chengdu , about 300 km south of the epicentre. At least 24 people were killed and 4 others injured. Read More »

North Korea 'planning to strike United States territory with nuke'

North Korea's military announced Wednesday it is considering missile strikes near Guam, home to several United States strategic bombers, warning that it is ready to stage an all-out war if Washington launches a preventive war against it. North Korea on Monday rejected the United Nations sanctions over its long-range missile tests and vowed to make Washington pay a price "dearly" with its retaliation. Read More »

Mormon church excommunicates first general authority in 28 years


Previously, he was a member of the faith's Pacific Area Presidency, headquartered in New Zealand. Hawkins didn't provide any details, but the church said it wasn't for apostasy. 'Church leaders have a solemn responsibility to keep confidential all information they receive in confessions and interviews. Excommunication is the most severe penalty for practicing Mormons and can result from a moral transgression, serious criminal acts or defiance of church leaders. Read More »

Munster face early date with Cheetahs in Guinness Pro14


Also on TG4 will be the Cheetahs' visit to Thomond Park in week two, with kick-off at 17:15 on Saturday 9 September. With the start of Guinness PRO14 season just around the corner, the first fixture list for the newly expanded Championship has been announced. Read More »

24 killed in landslide triggered by rain


Photos showed rescue workers digging with hoes through sticky brown mud, their bodies caked and splattered, and women in colorful headwraps typical of the Yi ethnic minority watching the rescue from a destroyed hillside. The landslide first hit a village in Puge county at around 6 am, Xinhua reported, adding that the rescue operations were underway. In July, 63 people have died in landslides and flooding in the Hunan province in central China, forcing the displacement of 1.6 million ... Read More »

Venezuela top court orders jailing of opposition mayor Muchacho


Venezuela's Supreme Court on Tuesday sentenced Caracas district mayor Ramon Muchacho to 15 months in jail for defying orders to keep transit moving in an area routinely blocked and barricaded by anti-government demonstrations. Muchacho did not attend the hearings, and his location was not immediately evident. A unanimous vote to remove Luisa Ortega, a staunch critic of President Maduro, was top of the agenda at the first meeting of the new constitutional assembly . Read More »