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Alarm clock stuck in wall still sounding off after 12 years


Jerry Lynn tells KDKA-TV that an alarm clock he lost inside the wall of his home rings at 7:50 p.m. each day - during Daylight Savings Time - and at 6:50 p.m. Lynn says he tied the clock to a string in September 2004 and lowered it into the wall through a vent in his Ross Township home. "It is still going off every day". Lire la suite »

PM Chastanet speaks on Trump Cuba policy


At the same time, there will be strict enforcement of authorized exemptions that allow travel between the US and Cuba. If President Trump's announcement is any guide, it appears that a number of areas in which restrictions were eased under President Obama will remain unaffected, including authorizations related to: various types of travel to Cuba; the provision of air and ship services; exports of telecommunications, environmental and other items; and increased remittances to Cuban nationals. Lire la suite »

Trump slams Ossoff, praises Handel in tweets

Either Republican Karen Handel will claim a seat that's been in her party's hands since 1979 or Democrat Jon Ossoff will manage an upset that will rattle Washington ahead of the 2018 midterm elections. In a second tweet, he said that Mr Ossoff was "weak on crime and security, doesn't even live in district". He has said the address is close to Emory University, where his fiancee attends medical school. Lire la suite »

Experts Say UM, MSU Have Toughest Schedules In Nation


Both the Spartans and Wolverines are ranked as having the most hard schedules in the nation by two different prominent publications. He is ranked No. 45 in the state, according to 247Sports. As for the Big Ten slate, Fornelli noted that MSU plays five conference road games including Ohio State and MI. The Spartans not only have to play Ohio State, Michigan and Penn State this season, but only Penn State will be coming to East Lansing. Lire la suite »

Yemen cholera toll rises to 1146


Yet, the outbreak comes at a time when more than half of Yemen's healthcare facilities are no longer functional because of the ongoing war between the Saudi-backed government and Iran-aligned rebels. About 10.3 million people are close to starvation and 14.5 million lack access to safe drinking water. According to United Nations officials, more than 10,000 people have been killed in the war, while more than 11 percent of the country's population has been displaced as a direct result of the ... Lire la suite »

US current account deficit expands to $116.8 billion


The deficit was the largest since a $US119.2 billion gap a year earlier. In this Wednesday, Oct. 26, 2016, photo, a container ship waits to be unloaded at the Port of Oakland, as seen from Alameda, Calif. The current account is the broadest trade measure, covering goods, services and investment flows. The $2.8 billion widening from the fourth quarter reflected an increase in the goods-trade deficit and a decrease in the primary-income surplus, offset in part by a smaller deficit for ... Lire la suite »

US Crashes Out of Supercomputing Top 3


The newly upgraded Swiss National Supercomputing Centre has some power on the new list , pushing out 19.6 petaflops - beating the Titan in the U.S., up from its previous power of 9.8 petaflops. However, the Chinese supercomputers are way more powerful than both the U.S and Swiss machines. These kinds of number-crunching supercomputers are generally used to carry out super hard tasks, such as, incredibly detailed simulations, weather forecasts and tackling problems in physics, ... Lire la suite »

Officer-involved shooting in Magnuson Park leaves 3 children in protective custody

When Charleena Lyles , a black woman living in Seattle , called police to report an attempted burglary at her home on Sunday morning, she most likely didn't know it would be the last phone call she would make. The fatal shooting comes as Seattle Police Department deals with a 2012 " consent decree ", which called for federal oversight of department's policies and practices. Lire la suite »

Anti-Islamic law, Muslim demonstrators gather in CT

Throughout her long career as a professional fear-monger, Gabriel has tried to portray everyday Muslims as potential terrorists who want to overthrow the USA government and replace it with Sharia law. In Syracuse, N.Y., " March Against Sharia " organizer Lisa Joseph told North Country Public Radio's Brian Mann that she put the rally together because she and others are "against female genital mutilation, honor killings, throwing gays off of buildings, stoning people to death". Lire la suite »

Small margins can be massive in cricket, says Virat Kohli


India captain Virat Kohli said the pressure created by Pakistan's bowlers proved too much for his title-holders to handle in a stunning 180-run Champions Trophy final defeat at The Oval . "So, hopefully, this win will boost Pakistan cricket and all [cricket] playing nations will come to Pakistan ", the Dawn quoted Sarfraz, as saying. Lire la suite »

All eyes on Georgia ahead of significant special election


Now, voters will decide whether all the effort was worthwhile. On Tuesday afternoon, Newsmax asked Press Secretary Sean Spicer if the president viewed the hard-fought special election between Republican Karen Handel and Democrat Jon Ossoff as a referendum on his administration. Lire la suite »

Push India's case on visa curbs with US: Assocham to PM


New Delhi , Jun 18 industry association assocham today urged Prime Minister Narendra Modi to take up the tightening of H1B visa rules with US President Donald Trump during their meeting next week. Beijing's position on a criteria-based approach for the non-NPT (Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty) signatory countries had remained unchanged. Portugal had in January expressed its support during Portuguese PM Antonio Costa's visit to India. Lire la suite »

Former Ipswich Mayor Pisasale arrested


The CCC later said the 65-year-old had been formally charged with one count of extortion and two other serious offences following an investigation. He could front the Brisbane Magistrates Court as early as Wednesday morning. The CCC had in April also called Mr Pisasale - as well as three other southeast Queensland mayors, councillors, property developers and Gold Coast-based federal MP Stuart Robert - as a witness in hearings probing alleged misconduct in last year's local government ... Lire la suite »

Reward Increased To Find Missing U Of I Scholar


Yingying Zhang, 26, was last seen stepping into a vehicle at the edge of the campus in Urbana-Champaign on June 9, according to the Federal Bureau of Investigation. The driver, a white male suspect, circled the block before stopping to speak to Zhang. Ronggao reportedly told the Beijing Youth Daily that "when my daughter is found, I will never let her go back to the U.S". Lire la suite »

Dirk Nowitzki to serve as a captain in NBA Africa Game


It will be one wonderful show for this continent and its residents, and we have several new details connected with this event, which were revealed earlier this day. " I'm thrilled to be coming back to Johannesburg to lead Team Africa alongside Thabo", Deng said in a statement. The exhibition will match a team with African ties against a world team. Lire la suite »

Trump's lawyer denies he's being investigated

After Chris Wallace pointed out that he just said Donald Trump is under investigation (twice), Sekulow clapped back with this pathetic response (emphasis mine). Himes says interviews are still being scheduled and documents being reviewed. The two leaders of the panel have both been frustrated that key witnesses have testified before the Senate intelligence committee - rather than their panel - and both have warned that Comey in particular could face a subpoena if he does not agree to ... Lire la suite »

Van attack on London Muslims suggests new polarization


It was just after midnight on Monday when a van mounted the sidewalk and plowed through a crowd of worshippers walking home from mosques in Finsbury Park following Ramadan prayers. The World's Leo Hornak lives in the Finsbury Park area and says the mood in London is somber, nearly resigned. The minister used the occasion to explain the continued need for a state of emergency, in place since 2015, and plans to extend it until November 1, to be presented at a Cabinet meeting Wednesday. Lire la suite »

Svitolina staves off Watson to begin Birmingham campaign


The second seed was last on court at the French Open , where she fell to a heartbreaking loss to Simona Halep in the quarterfinals , though she showed no signs of that tough loss in the opening set. The Czech player, who reached the final here past year losing to Madison Keys , was always under control and saved all the three break points she faced. Lire la suite »

Cholesterol-lowering vaccine seems to work in mice


According to the researchers, the first phase of human trials should be completed by the end of the year. The new vaccine, dubbed AT04A, reduced cholesterol levels in trial mice by half, and reversed damage done to blood vessels due to plaque buildup by more than 60 percent, researchers said in a statement . Lire la suite »