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Illinois Misses School Aid Payment Deadline for the First Time Ever: Comptroller


The superintendents, who were mostly from poorer districts, say they are concerned about the impact on school funding due to the amendatory veto. Touting a rise in CPS test scores, Emanuel urges lawmakers to override Rauner's veto. It is a plan being discussed behind the scenes in Springfield - one that makes many supporters of public education furious. Once the bill goes through the Illinois Senate, it will be sent to the Illinois House floor on Wednesday. Lire la suite »

Armed police descend on hotel in Salford after child hit by vehicle


Another said: 'Salford quays ibis hotel?? A witness, Andy Williamson, told Metro: "All I know is someone, reportedly a young child, was hit at least twice by a vehicle in the auto park". Lindsay Avery said online: "I heard the screams and saw people in panic, I called an ambulance because it seemed someone had been hit by a vehicle". Lire la suite »

J&K: SC hear plea today and decided Muslim minority status


Jammu and Kashmir State Government and Center being asked by the Supreme Court to "sit together" and decide about the issue, whether Muslim can be treated as a minority in the state or not. "Long before removal of 35A effects Kashmiriyat it will do grave damage to Dogriyat - the identity and culture of the Dogras.So our opposition to any dilution of 35 (A) is not to benefit one region at the cost of another but to safeguard the state as a whole". Lire la suite »

Corporate: Des casques immersifs à bord des vols Air France | Air France


Des casques immersifs sont proposés aux passagers voyageant en classe Affaires sur les vols entre Paris-Charles de Gaulle et Saint Martin-Princess Juliana. Selon les dires d'Air France , cette expérimentation est importante pour enrichir l'expérience des voyageurs avec de nouvelles propositions. Il s'agit d'une phase de test. Lire la suite »

NYPD Officer Shot A Suspect With Rifle in Brooklyn


Commissioner O'Neill holds the officers bullet proof vest as Mayor de Blasio looks on. . "The mother called 911 because her son's an EDP", a source explained. Nguyen, who lives in Brooklyn, has been on the force for a little over two years. The suspect was barricaded. She was eventually rescued and taken away from the scene. Lire la suite »

Ryan Atkin becomes first openly gay referee in England


Of potentially being abused by fans, Atkin said: "Of course, being gay doesn't matter in the context of refereeing a match but if I'm speaking about equality and diversity, then I'm going to mention that I'm gay because it's relevant". 'I'd now like to see more players and referees helping to promote inclusion'. A National League referee has come out as the UK's first openly gay professional football official. Lire la suite »

SMU reverses ruling on lawn displays


Displays on the north end of the school's Dallas Hall lawn can now last 1 day; those lasting up to 3 days can occupy the south side of the lawn. "I thank the students from across campus who came together in the spirit of mutual respect and civil discourse to achieve this outcome", SMU President R. Lire la suite »

Death of teen who disappeared on dog walk ruled homicide


The Bedford Police Department said the alert wasn't issued because her disappearance didn't meet the proper state and federal criteria. No arrests have been made and police are remaining mum about any suspects or persons of interest in the case, the Star-Telegram reported. Lire la suite »

Bengals rejected second-round pick for AJ McCarron


Then, a report Denver Broncos were interested was blown off as " fake news " by general manager John Elway earlier this week, adding some late fuel to trade rumors surrounding McCarron. During he 2015 regular season, McCarron played in seven games and started three, completing 79 of 119 passes (66.4 percent) for 864 yards with six touchdowns and two interceptions. Lire la suite »

Brett Favre believes Aaron Rodgers has plenty left in the tank


The Green Bay Packers' Achilles heel in the Rodgers' era. But I don't know if he can do anything else other than what he's done up to this point. "You go, 'Oh, that's what we needed.' It remains to be seen what that is, whether it's a draft pick, a free agent, letting someone go, a coaching change - I don't know". Lire la suite »

China rages at Trump after he sends WARSHIP to disputed territory

Navy official said yesterday. The officials, speaking on condition of anonymity, said the USS John S. McCain travelled close to Mischief Reef in the Spratly Islands. China's Foreign Ministry accused the US Navy of breaking "international laws" in a statement released this afternoon. China on Thursday voiced strong protest against a U.S. Lire la suite »

Why Trump's Poll Numbers Matter for the 2018 Midterms


The GOP Congress failed to fulfill its pledge to repeal and replace ObamaCare, and the president now has a lowly 38% job-approval rating, according to the Real Clear Politics average. The rest are divided: Just over one in five said the GOP should both stop trying to repeal Obamacare completely (21%), and the same share said Republicans should keep trying to repeal it anyway (21%). Lire la suite »

Student dies after injury during football practice


A high school football player at Sachem High School East in Farmingville, New York, died Thursday morning after suffering an injury during an offseason practice. Kenneth Graham, superintendent of Sachem Central School District, said in a statement the community was "saddened to learn" about the student's death. Lire la suite »

150+ Tribes Opposing Keystone XL Promise to Stop It in Its Tracks


Nebraska's Public Service Commission will make its final decision by November 23. Lawyers representing about 90 landowners opposed to the pipeline that would traverse their farms and lawyers for TransCanada sparred over the four days of the court-like hearing, held in a hotel ballroom and presided over by a retired judge. Lire la suite »

Trump's UN Diplomat: White House Won't Hinder Climate Study


Here are five takeaways from the climate study , and the science community's reaction to it. The release comes days after news that the authors of a not-yet-released federal report on climate change worry the White House will intervene before their findings can be published . Lire la suite »

U.S. sent two bombers to Korea this week

The NH90 landing on the flight deck of HMNZS Canterbury. The American military presence on Guam consists of two bases - Andersen Air Force Base in the north and Naval Base Guam in the south - which are home to 7,000 USA troops. The threat came after U.S. President Donald Trump told the DPRK that any threat to the U.S. Would be "met with fire, fury and frankly, power, the likes of which the world has never seen before". Lire la suite »

Trump declares opioid crisis a 'national emergency'


He told reporters that the current swathe of addictions was on a scale never seen before in the USA, adding that he would shortly prepare documents to formalise the declaration of a national emergency over the issue. Price said that the administration can do the same sorts of things without declaring an emergency, although he said Trump was keeping the option on the table. Lire la suite »

Trump Surprised by FBI Raid on Manafort Home: 'Pretty Tough Stuff'


Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein appointed Mr Mueller to lead the Russian Federation investigation in May after Mr Trump fired FBI Director James Comey, who had had originally been in charge of the bureau's probe. home on July 26. Manafort came on board in late March past year, and then took over day-to-day campaign operations after former campaign manager Corey Lewandowski was sacked in June. Lire la suite »

Snap is plunging after missing on earnings (SNAP)


Snap said its revenue more-than doubled to $181.7 million in the quarter. Canaccord Genuity initiated coverage on shares of Snap in a research note on Friday, April 28th. The correct version of this news story can be viewed at "(NYSE: SNAP ) Stock Rating Reaffirmed by Wells Fargo & Company" was first published by BNB Daily and is owned by of BNB Daily. Lire la suite »

China prepared to pay the price of North Korea sanctions - foreign minister

ASEAN Foreign Ministers on Saturday released a statement urging North Korea to "immediately comply fully" with the UN Security Council resolutions. But he says it won't be a matter of a mere 30-day pause leading to the USA being willing to talk. Blaming arch-enemy the United States for being behind the measures imposed for two long-range missile tests last month, state media bristled with threats of retaliation. Lire la suite »

CNN Cuts Loose Pro-Trump Pundit Jeffrey Lord After Nazi Tweet


Lord then tweeted the article to Media Matters President Angelo Carusone . Lord and Carusone have had many sharp disagreements. Outrage erupted over the "Sieg Heil!" comment, which Google Translate merely translates as "Sieg Heil!" in English, but was a common salute for Adolf Hitler's followers, used with an arm raised high and is seen as an offensive and racist phrase. Lire la suite »

Canada : l'armée mobilisée pour accueillir les réfugiés haïtiens


La plupart de ces immigrants sont haïtiens. Le camp, non loin du centre de contrôle des frontières de Saint-Bernard-de-Lacolle, à environ 60 kilomètres au sud de Montréal, pourra accueillir environ 500 personnes. Leur migration se poursuit chaque jour à un rythme régulier, selon les autorités. Depuis la propagation d'une fausse information, des centaines d'Haïtiens ont gagné le Québec ces derniers jours, persuadés que leur demande d'asile y serait immédiatement acceptée. Lire la suite »

US Diplomats Advised to Give Generalized Answers to Paris Climate Deal Questions


Worldwide, the draft report finds it " extremely likely " that more than half of the global mean temperature increase since 1951 can be linked to human influence. They noted how the number and severity of cool nights have decreased since the 1960s and how warm days and heat waves have become more common. The planet is steadily inching toward an average increase in global temperature of 2 degrees Celsius, the point that sets alarm bells ringing for scientists who warn of climate ... Lire la suite »