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Kevin Bridges and Annie Lennox to entertain Barack Obama at Edinburgh dinner


All of the cash raised will be split between children's charities in Scotland and the Obama Foundation, set up by the former president and his wife Michelle. "What's even more awesome is that they are all doing this for the benefit of a charity of their choice". It is being supported by Royal Bank of Scotland and is fully booked. Read More »

Chicago Bears to open season at home against Atlanta Falcons


In addition to matching up against their regular NFC North opponents in the Green Bay Packers, Detroit Lions, and Minnesota Vikings all twice, this season the Bears will play the NFC South and the Atlanta Falcons, Carolina Panthers, Tampa Bay Buccaneers (fourth straight season), as well as New Orleans Saints. Read More »

PNC Financial Services Group, Inc. (The) (NYSE:PNC) Valuation According To Analysts


PNC Financial Services Group Inc has a one year low of $77.40 and a one year high of $131.83. During the past three month period the stock surged 3.27% and increased 33.46% in past six month. Volume on the day was 2.28 million shares. 10/17/2016 - PNC Financial Services Group, Inc. It has outperformed by 2.97% the S&P500. On Friday, October 21 the insider Rockey Joseph E sold $1.52 million. Read More »

Drivers in Gedling borough to face harsher fines for speeding offences


More than half (56%) the 1,783 United Kingdom driving licence holders tested did not know the correct speed limits for single and dual carriageways. New sentencing guidelines for magistrates in England and Wales mean fines for motorists caught going well above the speed limit will start from 150 per cent of their weekly income rather than the existing level of 100 per cent. Read More »

Paris shooting: One policeman killed and two others wounded

The warning was circulated more widely among French security services in the hour following the Champs Elysees attack. Le Pen is considered one of the top three candidates in the upcoming election. Two police officers and a woman tourist were wounded, he said. French President François Hollande convened a meeting of the country's defense council Friday. Read More »

UK Election Debates Won't Feature The Prime Minister

With just 13 votes against, this easily exceeded the two-thirds threshold needed for the government to be able to overrule legislation that had required elections to be held at regular five-year intervals, beginning in 2015. "This is a Prime Minister who promised that there wouldn't be one". Mrs May indicated that Conservative candidates will be expected to sign up to her election manifesto in full, putting pressure on remaining Europhiles within her party to toe the line. Read More »

Bill O'Reilly gets axed by Fox


O'Reilly, who has been off the air on holidays since April 11 and has been denied a chance to say goodbye to his Fox viewers, did so via a statement . And I said, 'If you mean he is a Neanderthal, then we are on the same page, I am a political analyst here. The women who received settlements either worked for O'Reilly or appeared as guests on his show, The New York Times reported . Read More »

DOJ asks sanctuary cities to prove cooperation with immigration law


In a statement, the DOJ claimed that numerous jurisdictions are "crumbling under the weight of illegal immigration and violent crime". And just several weeks ago in California's Bay Area, after a raid captured 11 MS-13 members on charges including murder, extortion and drug trafficking, city officials seemed more concerned with reassuring illegal immigrants that the raid was unrelated to immigration than with warning other MS-13 members that they were next. Read More »

French PM confirms elections to go ahead after attack

Armed French officers were filmed in the aftermath of the murder, claimed by terror group Islamic State (ISIS), outside a shop in the city. The gunman was later shot dead by police. In addition to the assault rifle used in the attack , a pump action shotgun and knives were in his vehicle, the police sources said. Cheurfi's identity was confirmed from his fingerprints. Read More »

Marijuana legalization support hits all-time high


Brohl said that in Colorado, the roughly $200 million in tax revenue from more than $1 billion in sales previous year also provides $40 million for schools. Republicans, by contrast, were largely split on the issue, with 49 to 46 percent saying marijuana use should not be legal. Last year, Pew Research reported that 57 percent of Americans favor recreational legalization. Read More »

Italian court finds link between cellphone use and tumour


Romeo's lawyer, Stefano Berton, praised the court for not allowing the defense to submit cancer-based studies related to cellphones that had been financed by telecommunications companies as viable evidence. 'I went well beyond the limits'. Romeo sued the state social security agency, not Telecom Italia, where he still works. Romeo said he did not want to demonise mobiles, "but I believe we have to be more aware about how to use them". Read More »

UC Berkeley calls off Ann Coulter talk for security reasons

Officials at the University of California at Berkeley (UCB) reversed their decision Thursday to cancel conservative writer Ann Coulter's planned speech over "security concerns". "I'm an American. I have constitutional rights". "We also have an unwavering commitment to providing for the safety and well-being" of speakers, students and others, and "we can not compromise" on either of those responsibilities. Read More »

Israel says Assad still has chemical weapons


The assessment was confirmed by two other defense officials. The missile strike was the first direct United States military action against Assad's forces since the start of Syria's civil war six years ago and precipitated a downward spiral in ties between Washington and Moscow. Read More »

Paris officers shot, 1 fatally, in Champs-Elysees attack


A police arrest warrant issued earlier on Thursday, which was seen by Reuters after the attack, warned of a risky individual who had come into France by train from Belgium on Thursday. US President Donald Trump said during a news conference and said that the Paris shooting "looks like another terrorist attack". The French president, Francois Hollande, has come on television saying it is definitely a terrorist attack and is under a terrorist investigation. Read More »

Trump administration's stance on marijuana use clouded in mystery

Perhaps the most surprising of the study's findings is that a majority (53 percent) of Americans say that alcohol - nice, legal alcohol - is in fact more unsafe than marijuana. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has said that any revenues from the taxation of marijuana should be directed to addiction treatment, mental health services and public health education - initiatives Goodale said would be a key priority. Read More »

Future of revamped health care bill remains dubious in House


The new amendment leaked Wednesday is an attempt to bridge the gap between moderate House Republicans in the Tuesday Group and conservative lawmakers in the House Freedom Caucus to generate enough votes to pass the bill. MacArthur had already been a "yes" vote on the GOP's previous measure, the American Health Care Act , before it was pulled by House leadership in March. Read More »

Germ in raw milk, poultry now tops food poisoning list


Camplyobacter and salmonella were the most commonly reported food-borne illnesses previous year. Salmonella was No. 1 for the last 20 years but last year moved down to No. Campylobacter and Salmonella were the two leading causes of reported foodborne illnesses in 2016, according to data released by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on April 20. Read More »

Samsung's Galaxy S8 hits stores, aims to move on from recall crisis


This partnership actually began previous year for Samsung's Galaxy S7, but this time , Google Play Music comes with some exclusive perks. It looks absolutely fantastic, which again continues Samsung's trend of having the best phone displays on the market the last couple years - and now it has mobile HDR support as well for dazzling colours. Read More »

Researchers to look for CTE evidence in Hernandez's brain


Officials said Hernandez was found hanging in his cell by corrections officers at the Souza-Baranowski Correctional Center in Shirley around 3:05 a.m. CTE studies have indicated repeated brain trauma can trigger progressive degeneration of the brain tissue, with visible symptoms including memory loss, confusion, impaired judgment, impulse control problems, aggression, depression, suicidality, Parkinsonism, and eventually progressive dementia, according to BU's CTE Center . Read More »

Father of missing teen says she was brainwashed

The student, Elizabeth Thomas, has been rescued, officials said. When day broke, Cummins was spotted and taken into custody without further incident. Tad Cummins has been arrested. Maury County Schools released a timeline of their investigation. Authorities said prior to the pair's disappearance, Cummins had done some research online on the topic of teen marriage and had also tried to determine if features on his vehicle could be tracked. Read More »