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Dairyland, Minnesota Power to partner on Superior plant


Rutledge said Minnesota Power surveyed sites across the Upper Midwest, and the deciding factor was the physical attributes of the site in Superior, located near an existing oil refinery. In 2005, the utility generated about 95 percent of its power from coal. "I can't emphasize enough the importance of our natural resource-based economy and the need for reliability and affordability". Lire la suite »

Police issue alert after vending machine toys found to contain cocaine


She claims that police, after finding a phone number on her machine, mistakenly linked the other machines to her company. A vending machine in a California restaurant was discovered to contain toys that had cocaine hidden in them. Police advised the public to exercise vigilance if they encounter toys similar to the cocaine ball, described as a squishy ball with a smiley face on it. Lire la suite »

Alabama's OJ Smith announces transfer


Still, Smith's transfer comes as a bit of a surprise given the likelihood of increased playing time this season with a clear the lack of quality depth in the middle of the Tide's defensive front this upcoming season. I will never forget the bond we have and will always stay in touch! Smith was a three-star member of Alabama's 2014 recruiting class out of Bossier City, Louisiana. Lire la suite »

House seeks to pass VA accountability bill next week


I was in the Marine Corps from 1966 to 1969. "We hit a wall in the Senate in 2015 and 2016, but now, with the new political environment, we've finally been able to get movement". Delays had resulted in the deaths of dozens of sick veterans as they waited to see doctors. BENNETT: Caldwell's group supports the Senate legislation. Lire la suite »

Rennes. Qui a volé deux singes à la station biologique de Paimpont ?


Au matin, l'animalier de garde a constaté que les deux femelles "mones de Campbell", des primates originaires d'Afrique de l'Ouest mais qui ont passé leur vie en captivité avaient disparu. Ces animaux ne servaient pas à des expériences mais leur comportement était étudié par des spécialistes du comportement animal. Le centre de primatologie, renfermé à l'intérieur de la station biologique, rappelle que les nombreuses études scientifiques menées sur ces singes ont mis en lumière " leurs ... Lire la suite »

Boko Haram attacks leave 6 dead, dozens hurt in Nigeria


Mr. Chukwu said one of the attackers was captured alive and was in the custody of the Nigeria army, while "three terrorists including a suicide bomber were killed in action". "The gunmen came to the village firing heavy guns and setting fire to homes", said Aridawari resident Musa Umara. "The situation in Maiduguri is under control", the military said in a statement. Lire la suite »

Pregnancy After Breast Cancer May Be Safe


The study took the women that were pregnant and put them in groups with two other women with similar situations with cancer. It's a big issue - the average age of moms has been rising and more women are being diagnosed with breast cancer in their childbearing years. Lire la suite »

Cosby accuser to resume testimony in sex assault trial


Cosby has been accused of assault by dozens of women, but the charges in this trial deal exclusively with Constand's accusations. Constand said she went to a few dinners with Cosby, two times in groups with other individuals. Constand met Cosby at Temple University in Philly where he was one of its most famous alumni and she was director of basketball operations. On Tuesday, Montgomery County Assistant District Attorney Kristen Feden asked Constand why she contacted a private lawyer ... Lire la suite »

Petrol and Diesel price will vary everyday from 16th June


The introduction of daily price revision mechanism will likely propel Indian retail fuel market to the worldwide standards. But more than that, the move has the potential to set off a price war and bring real competition in a market 95% of which is controlled by public sector retailers. Lire la suite »

Health Experts Back Drug Testing Tents At UK Festivals


The Royal Society for Public Health (RSPH ) says stronger ecstasy in the United Kingdom is resulting in "serious health harm". "Given that a large degree of health harm associated with "club drugs " stems from user ignorance of the exact strength and content of pills and powders of uncertain provenance, any measures that increase our knowledge base can be expected to have a positive effect on reducing harm - especially if the provision of such information creates an opportunity to impart ... Lire la suite »

New trial requested in 'Making a Murderer' case


The motion for a new trial comes after Zellner had key evidence in the case re-tested. Avery was sentenced to life in prison in the 2005 death of 25-year-old photographer Teresa Halbach in Manitowoc County. State attorneys are appealing that decision. In explosive new claims, Zellner says that Halbach's ex-boyfriend was physically abusive towards her and lied to police during the investigation, reports ABC2Wbay. Lire la suite »

Comey to verify allegations that Trump "obstructed justice"


Lawmakers hungry for answers and frustrated by the reticence of national security executives to provide them. Marc Kasowitz, an attorney representing Trump in the special counsel's probe of Russia's 2016 election interference, said Wednesday that Comey's statement "vindicated" the president. Lire la suite »

Cholera cases in Yemen pass 100000


On Wednesday, the UN Office for the Co-ordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) said the epidemic in Yemen was "of an unprecedented scale". "Malnourished children and women, people living with other chronic health conditions and households that do not have enough to eat are now at greater risk of death as they face the "triple threat" of conflict, starvation and cholera", it said. Lire la suite »

Trump says Arab leaders complained about Qatar

The Pentagon says the ongoing diplomatic crisis with Qatar has not and will not affect the major US air base there that supports military operations in Iraq, Syria and Afghanistan. Qatar is home to the biggest US military air base in the Middle East and Washington officials say operations have not yet been affected, but this could change if the diplomatic row between Qatar and the U.S. Lire la suite »

Barrett brothers named in All Blacks squad


Dane Coles has been selected despite not having played since March due to injury and concussion and coach Steve Hansen says he's unlikely to be available for the first two Lions tests at least. Chiefs back Charlie Ngatai - who has played once for the All Blacks - is included despite ongoing concussion concerns. Milner-Skudder and McKenzie, however, have been named in a strong Maori All Blacks squad to face the Lions in Rotorua on June 17. Lire la suite »

Rahul Gandhi's bike ride to Mandsaur lands him in preventive custody


Congress leader, accompanied by state leaders Digvijaya Singh and Kamal Nath and JD (U)'s Sharad Yadav, was then put on a bus and sent to a guesthouse in Neemuch. The two will be replaced by OP Shrivastava and Manoj Kumar Singh respectively. The Congress yesterday termed as "cold-blooded murder" the killing of five farmers in police firing and questioned the prime minister's silence over it. Lire la suite »

Frédéric Lefebvre quitte Les Républicains et ses "généraux sectaires"


Longtemps proche de l'ancien chef de l'État, Frédéric Lefebvre s'en est depuis éloigné, soutenant Alain Juppé lors de la primaire de la droite l'an dernier. l'AFP ne pourra être tenue pour responsable des délais, erreurs, omissions, qui ne peuvent être exclus ni des conséquences des actions ou transactions effectuées sur la base de ces informations. Lire la suite »

Pollution à Paris: elle porte plainte contre l'État


Son avocat François Lafforgue doit déposer ce mercredi 7 juin une requête devant le tribunal administratif pour "carence fautive", selon "le Monde" . Car depuis qu'elle a emménagé à Paris il y a plus depuis trente ans, ses rendez-vous chez son médecin sont devenus monnaie courante. "Cette femme a décidé de porter plainte parce qu'elle en avait marre". Lire la suite »

Roland-Garros: 1ère demi-finale majeure pour la jeune Ostapenko

Le match a débuté sur un court central balayé par le vent et a ensuite été interrompu deux fois par la pluie. Ironie du sort, elles fêteront toutes les deux leur anniversaire jeudi, jour prévu de la demi-finale. Elle rejoint donc les quarts de finale de la compétition. Une autre époque, quand son corps tenait les chocs et son mental aussi, une époque avec laquelle Wozniacki (26 ans) renoue, tout doucement, dans le sillage de sa demi-finale à Flushing Meadows en septembre dernier. Lire la suite »

Une application permet d'allonger l'espérance de vie des cancéreux


Ce travail a bénéficié de la participation de 766 patients d'une moyenne d'âge de 61 ans, dont 86% de Blancs et 58 % de femmes tous diagnostiqués de différents cancers métastasés du poumon, du sein et de la prostate. La méditation, la relaxation et l'aide psychologique deviennent des armes à part entière dans la prise en charge des cancéreux et des malades en rémission , montrent plusieurs études cliniques présentées au plus grand colloque mondial sur cette pathologie. Lire la suite »

À partir de 5000$, mais ultra puissant — Apple iMac Pro

L'argent sera viré dans une compte Apple Pay Cash. Une mise à jour de l'iPad Pro devrait survenir également. Le marché des applications peut être juteux pour les développeurs - à condition de savoir monétiser l'appli! Pour aller plus haut, mettez la barre en bas. Lire la suite »

Etihad Airways suspend ses vols vers le Qatar

Lundi 5 juin, l'Arabie saoudite et les Emirats arabes unis, imités par quatre de leurs obligés (Yémen, Bahreïn, Egypte et Maldives), ont rompu leurs relations diplomatiques avec le Qatar . Alliés à la fois de Ryad et de Doha, les Etats-Unis avaient invité dès lundi les pays du Golfe à rester "unis", par la voix du secrétaire d'Etat Rex Tillerson. Lire la suite »

Un policier agressé à coups de marteau

Des policiers agressés à Notre-Dame à Paris, le 6 juin 2017 . Une intervention est en cours sur le parvis de la cathédrale. On ne sait pas pour le moment s'il est blessé ou mort. Le journaliste David Rahul Métreau, témoin de la scène, avait d'abord fait état de deux détonations et d'un mouvement de foule consécutif sur le parvis. Lire la suite »