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Schumer opposes Trump plan to privatize air traffic control


He also said that during any national security emergency, privatization could hamper communication between air traffic controllers and the Department of Defense . "Creating a private not-for-profit for the airlines to control could be like putting the fox in charge of the henhouse", Schumer said. . Share with Us - We'd love to hear eyewitness accounts, the history behind an article, and smart, constructive criticism. Read More »

North Korea releases detained United States student 'in coma'


Warmbier's case. University of Virginia student Otto Warmbier , who had been detained in North Korea for 17 months , arrived home in Cincinnati on Tuesday in a coma - a relief to his family but a sign of more difficulties in the already tense relationship between Pyongyang and Washington . Read More »

Man arrested in connection with Los Angeles apartment fire


One firefighter was transported to an area hospital with minor injuries after being hit by debris. The wood frame apartment complex fire was reported at about 6 the 400 block of Heliotrope Drive, just southwest of the 101 Freeway and north of Beverly Boulevard. Read More »

The Vicus Capital Acquires 224 Shares of Intel Co

The stock rose 0.14% or $0.05 reaching $35.78 per share. Volume on the day was 28.47 million shares. Intel Corporation (NASDAQ:INTC), maintained return on investment for the last twelve months at 12.33, higher than what Reuters data shows regarding industry's average. Read More »

US, NK officials ahead of student's release


Bill Richardson, a veteran former diplomat and politician who has played a role in past negotiations with North Korea , welcomed Warmbier's release but said "we are deeply concerned regarding his health". Mr Rodman is one of few people to have met both North Korean leader Kim Jong Un and President Donald Trump . Rodman was a two-time cast member on the Celebrity Apprentice in 2008 and 2013, which Trump hosted. Read More »

New US strategy demanded in Afghan war


USA soldiers attend to a wounded soldier at the site of a blast in Kabul, Afghanistan June 30, 2015. "You can't expect a stable budget if you don't give us a strategy", McCain said . Defense Secretary James Mattis pulled no punches Tuesday when lawmakers pressed the defense chief for his assessment of the ongoing war in Afghanistan. Read More »

Vetr Inc. Lowers Berkshire Hathaway Inc. (BRK.B) to Hold

If we look back year-to-date, the stock has performed 19.68%. CareTrust REIT, Inc. (CTRE ) climbed 2.05% and its total traded volume was 1.52 million shares contrast to the average volume of 0.72 million shares. For the past 5 years, the stock's EPS growth has been almost 66.25%. MBIA Inc. (MBI ) observed trading 5.12% away from the 20-day moving average and 2.76% off from its 50-day simple moving average. Read More »

Jeff Sessions testifies before Senate

Meanwhile, he said it was not improper for Trump to meet with the then FBI Director James Comey , but it was improper for Comey to disclose the content of his one-to-one talks with Trump. Rosenstein was probably referring to the possibility that Mueller would investigate whether Sessions violated his recusal or whether Comey's firing might have been an effort to obstruct justice. Read More »

Twins pick shortstop with No. 1 pick

He batted.562 with 25 home runs, 61 RBIs, 22 stolen bases and 53 runs as a senior, earning Gatorade Kentucky Baseball Player of the Year honors. The Aliso Viejo, CA native was a member of the gold medal-winning USA Baseball 18U National Team in the fall of 2016 that defeated Cuba in October for the 2016 COPABE Pan American AAA Championship. Read More »

Judge to hear challenge to new Indiana abortion restrictions


Planned Parenthood argues the language is too vague. Ken Falk, the legal director of the ACLU of IN, said that notifying a parent or guardian that their child is seeking an abortion would interfere with the minor's rights. Planned Parenthood of IN and Kentucky is seeking an injunction blocking portions of the law that would make it tougher for girls under age 18 to get an abortion without their parents' knowledge. Read More »

Student released by North Korea arrives in Ohio

Warmbier's parents were told their son was given a sleeping pill soon after his trial in March past year and never woke. They also said they are grateful he "will finally be with people who love him". Nauert said the last consular visit to Warmbier, by Swedish diplomats, was March 2. Americans have been sentenced to years in North Korean prisons for seemingly minor offenses and likely could not expect leniency if the country's drug laws were violated. Read More »

Theresa May perd la majorité absolue — Royaume-Uni

Le taux de participation (68 ,72%) est le plus élevé pour des élections législatives depuis 1997. Mme May disposait d'une majorité de 17 sièges dans le Parlement sortant. Un article de notre partenaire, Ouest-France . À gauche, les indépendantistes écossais du SNP essuieraient de lourdes pertes , à 34 sièges contre 54 précédemment, selon les projections. Read More »

United Nations expands sanctions against North Korea


But Mattis said that there is much more in common between the United States and China than the threat North Korea poses, and that he does not consider it a "binary" issue in which the United States can get help from China on North Korea only if Washington "walks away from its values" in making sure global waters remain open to all. Read More »

EU's Brexit negotiator puts pressure on UK

Those talks in Brussels could also be delayed, but the government insist the two-year Brexit timetable would still be adhered to. Former prime minister David Cameron said Mrs May would have to change her approach to Brexit as a result of the election. Read More »

May heads for crunch meeting with party lawmakers

Mr Davis suggested he was open to co-operation with Labour on the issue but rejected the idea of the United Kingdom remaining in the single market. Brexit minister David Davis has insisted the approach to the European Union divorce had not changed, but at the meeting with MPs on Monday, May recognised that a broader consensus needed to be built for Brexit and made clear she would listen to all wings of the party on the issue. Read More »

Une fillette de trois ans victime de violences à Dole


Cette fillette était dans un état critique mais aujourd'hui, il semblerait que son pronostic vital ne soit plus engagé . Un premier bilan des médecins a également permis de détecter une hémorragie intracrânienne et une fracture de la clavicule droite. Read More »

E3 2017 - DOOM VR Announced for PSVR, Watch a Trailer


Fallout 4 VR is probably the longest VR game that is planned on the market. The game is expected to launch this year. Up until recently, Bethesda did not confirm anything about releasing a VR version for the game, despite all the rumors that were going around. Read More »

GOP senators float alternatives to comprehensive Obamacare replacement bill


Sen . Cory Gardner (R-Colo.) was surprised to hear reporters ask him about legislative text of the health care bill, which two Senate aides told IJR was almost complete as a rough draft Monday night. Comey's riveting testimony in the intensifying scandals around President Trump. Trump's lunch included a number of more moderate Republicans , including Sens . Read More »

President Trump speaks with reporters during visit by Romanian leader

In terms of Trump's meeting with Iohannis, the two leaders are likely to discuss the American-Romanian military partnership. In any other presidency, the events laid out by Comey - Trump asking for "loyalty" from the FBI director who was investigating the president's associates, then asking him to drop an investigation into a former aide and ultimately firing him when he did not - might have spelled the end. Read More »

Sessions vigorously denies improper Russian Federation contacts

Though he's the deputy attorney general, Rod Rosenstein would have the authority to fire Mueller since Sessions recused himself in March from any probes related to campaigns for the presidency, like the Russian Federation investigation. "I may not discuss with you the nature of the conversation I had; that's a rule that has always been adhered to by the Department of Justice". He said Sessions had a right to either answer, ask for a private hearing , or invoke executive privilege. Read More »

UK leader holds alliance talks with NIreland party chief

The Conservatives are considering an arrangement in which the Northern Ireland party backs May on the budget and her confidence motions. Mrs Foster said: "We've had some very good discussions today and those discussions are continuing this afternoon". Read More »

Woman's body found in Neshannock Township


State Police Lt. Eric Hermick told Channel 11 News it was a "horrific scene" and the body had been burned. Since then, police have charged 21-year-old Ishemer Ramsey with shooting her, apparently because he believed she was cheating on him. Read More »