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Trump Approval Ratings At 70-Year Low


Additionally, only 32 percent of respondents conveyed trust in Trump's ability to responsibly handle the escalating situation with North Korea , while 51 percent expressed "no trust in him at all" and 16 percent replied that they trust his abilities "just some". Read More »

Jack Wilshere wanted at Crystal Palace by Roy Hodgson


Not much wrong with that, right? But is believed to be Hodgson, the former England manager, who is particularly keen to be reunited with Wilshere, having made the player a key member of his own national squad. I want to stay at this club, I have said that many times. He said I needed more football so that's what I've got to do. "But it's good to be back". Read More »

Analyzing the Financial Health of Blue Apron Holdings, Inc. (NYSE:APRN)

Blue Apron had 4 analyst reports since August 18, 2017 according to SRatingsIntel. Trade-Alert indicates a number of these puts were bought to open in recent weeks, as traders braced for more downside for the shares. If you are accessing this news story on another publication, it was copied illegally and reposted in violation of US and worldwide trademark and copyright laws. Read More »

Feinstein, Senate Democrats introduce assault weapons ban


The ban would cover the sale, trade, and production of assault weapons, but would not owners who already possess such weapons. Leading Democrats like Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) and Ed Markey (D-Mass.) joined Feinstein in pushing the legislation on Tuesday. Read More »

Vice President Pence to visit Sutherland Springs massacre victims Wednesday


The vice president's trip comes as President Trump is in the middle of a trip to Asia. Pence arrived at Joint Base Andrews, joined by Attorney General Jeff Sessions as well as Texas Reps. Kelley had a history of violence and mental health problems, and had been discharged from the military after serving a year in prison for domestic abuse. Read More »

Woman gets up to 4 years in fiance's river kayaking death


This entire process has been incredibly hard for me. Graswald admitted her actions constituted a gross deviation from the standard of conduct that a reasonable person would have observed in the situation, and that her actions caused the death of Vincent Viafore'. Read More »

Self-driving shuttle crashes in Las Vegas hours after launch


Over the next year, AAA aims to give some 250,000 people free rides on the self-driving shuttle, which will run a 0.6-mile loop with three stops (and a safety driver onboard just in case). It was involved in a crash near 7th and Fremont Streets around noon Wednesday. While the shuttle will remain out of service for the rest of the day, the tests will continue for the duration of the 12-month pilot in the downtown Innovation District, officials say. Read More »

New Jersey politician who joked about women's march defeated by female newcomer


In the fraught days surrounding Trump's inauguration, this turned out to be an epically failed attempt at "reading the room", as they say. One woman held a box of macaroni and cheese and instructions for Carman to make his own dinner. Fed up by what she heard at the meeting with Carman, she chose to run for office herself. The district is considered a Republican stronghold, but Bennett beat the incumbent by nearly 1,000 votes out of about 14,000 cast. Read More »

Who Is Ashanti Billie? Navy Veteran Charged With Teen's Kidnapping


Billie was seen wearing dark clothing when she entered the base around 5 a.m. Her disappearance raised eyebrows after she did not show up for work at the Blimpie sandwich shop on Joint Expeditionary Base Little Creek. Investigators have not revealed the exact cause of Billie's death. The trousers had dirt on them, leading investigators to believe they were taken off of her while she was lying on the ground, court document state. Read More »

Syria army, allies retake last IS-held town


The city of Deir ez-Zor, which endured years of IS blockade, was breached by the Syrian army with the support of Russian airstrikes early in September. Last month, the US -backed Syrian Democratic Forces captured the northern city of Raqqa, the de facto capital of IS. Shaaban also pointed, in a television interview, to the example of Iraq, where the government retaliated against an autonomous Kurdish region after it held an independence referendum. Read More »

Korean Teens Go Crazy Meeting K-Pop Star, Completely Ignore Melania Trump


Behind the First Lady is South Korean pop sensation Minho . While the coat was as formal as things could get, Melania added a chic twist to the attire. However, as soon as one of the girls in the group notices the SHINee singer standing beside Melania, she bursts into screams. South Korean President Moon Jae-in's wife, Kim Jung-sook, treated Melania Trump to tea after taking a stroll inside the presidential compound, Cheong Wa Dae, on Tuesday. Read More »

Atirador invade igreja no Texas e deixa mais de 20 mortos


O atirador, que também morreu na ação, foi identificado como Devin Kelley, 26 anos, um ex-soldado. Albert Gamez Jr., outro comissário do condado de Wilson, disse à CNN que o atirador foi perseguido pela polícia em outro município e morreu, mas não está claro se ele se matou ou se foi baleado pela polícia. Read More »

Barack Obama in Chicago today for jury duty


Obama was seen shaking hands once he arrived in the building. Some, knowing Obama might have to report, brought his book and asked him to sign. Prospective jurors are allowed to bring and use cellphones while waiting in the jury assembly area, so there's a possibility that Obama selfies will soon begin floating around on social media. Read More »

Narendra Modi, Belgian King hold talks on expanding links


Before meeting External Affairs Minister, the Belgium King met Prime Minister Narendra Modi . Modi and the King Philippe, who is accompanied by six ministers and a business delegation comprising CEOs of 86 Belgian companies, held talks in Hyderabad House. Read More »

In Korea, Melania Trump gets upstaged by a K-pop star


The event at the USA ambassador's residence in Seoul, dubbed "Girls Play 2!" took place while President Donald Trump attended a summit with South Korean President Moon Jae-in during his two-day visit to South Korea. Though she's been veering back and forth between updos during the trip, it's a rare move for Trump-we haven't seen her wear an updo since the inauguration. Read More »

'Racist' Incident That Sparked Air Force Viral 'Bigotry' Speech Proven a Hoax

But The ( Colorado Springs) Gazette , citing anonymous sources, reported that the unidentified student wrote the messages "in a freaky bid to get out of trouble he faced at the school for other misconduct". "And you can't treat someone from another race or a different color skin with dignity and respect, then you need to get out". With 4,000 students standing at attention, he said, "If you demean someone in any way, you need to get out". Read More »

Gag order issued in Manafort-Gates Russia investigation


U.S. District Court Judge Amy Berman Jackson's directive Wednesday doesn't ban such statements outright, but prohibits any remarks that "pose a substantial likelihood of material prejudice to this case". Public comments surrounding former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort's trial will be restricted under the gag order. . The indictment unsealed that same day included the first criminal allegations disclosed by the office of special counsel Robert Mueller, which is investigating possible ... Read More »

Suspect dead after two police officers shot in Forest Park


Jacob Bailey is accused of shooting two officers in Georgia on Wednesday. Each police officer has been on the force for more than three years and they were thought to be in their 20s, Matson said. Authorities said that no children were ever in any danger, and that the school was placed on lockdown as a precaution. Police were actively searching for the suspect after the shooting. Read More »

Saudi Arabia makes fresh arrests in anti-graft crackdown


Rouhani said Iran supports development of regional countries, including Saudi Arabia, adding that "there is no way other than brotherhood, friendship and helping each other". Saturday's attack showed that despite a more than two-year Saudi-led bombing campaign and blockade, the Huthis retain missiles capable of striking targets deep inside the kingdom. Read More »

Skubick: Move is on to let concealed weapons in gun-free zones

But far more people were at the committee hearing to speak out against the bill, including school groups and Moms Demand Action, which has been fighting for more gun controls. As a strong proponent of the bill, Meekhof stated that the bill would protect people from violence. It also gives private businesses the opportunity to call themselves "gun-free zones". Read More »

South Summit School Bond Defeated


Geneva Area City Schools Treasurer Kevin Lillie said if state funding cuts continued at their current level and the levy did not pass, the district could stand to lose $3 million annually. That revenue is intended for replacing aging classroom technology, such as iPads and tablets, and to pay for education software used for classroom instruction. Read More »

NY says 'no' to constitutional convention


The outcome was a resounding victory for New Yorkers Against Corruption, the lobbying alliance that marshaled a war chest of $1.6 million and poured money into the effort to convince voters that a convention was not in their best interests. Read More »

New York Mortgage Trust, Inc. (NYMT) Rating Reiterated by Maxim Group

NYMT's profit would be $15.66 million giving it 11.21 P/E if the $0.14 EPS is correct. New York Mortgage Trust, Inc .is a real estate investment trust. Shares of Dynavax Technologies (NASDAQ:DVAX) plunged -0.92% or -0.2 to reach at $21.6 during previous trading session. Van Eck Assoc reported 577,164 shares. Read More »

Pentagon says securing North Korea's nukes would require ground invasion


Dumont noted that the U.S. is evaluating North Korea's ability to target heavily populated areas of South Korea with long-range artillery, rockets and ballistic missiles. It was not pleasant for them, was it? He told reporters earlier on Air Force One that a decision would be made soon on whether to add reclusive North Korea to a list of state sponsors of terrorism. Read More »

Cloudy, cool Tuesday with a high near 46 in Oklahoma City


A north northeast wind of 7 to 9 miles per hour is in the forecast. We won't have any severe weather , and only light rain showers. New precipitation amounts of less than a tenth of an inch possible. Friday looks mostly sunny and cold as our first real shot of cold air moves into the area. Mostly cloudy, with a low around 25. Cloudy, with a low around 56. Read More »

China's goods trade volume up 15.9 pct in Jan-Oct


Imports are expected to jump 16.8 percent on year, slowing from 18.7 percent in September. In October, China's foreign trade rose 10.2 percent to 2.24 trillion yuan, with exports up 6.1 percent and imports up 15.9 percent. China's foreign trade volume rose 15.9 percent year on year to 22.52 trillion yuan (3.39 trillion USA dollars) in the first ten months of this year, official data showed Wednesday. Read More »

Illinois National Guard Sends Troops to Puerto Rico


A Puerto Rican run of the biggest Broadway hit in years looks poised to give a shot in the arm to the local economy, which is still struggling to recover from Maria. All proceeds from the event will go to the Maria Fund, which supports recovery efforts in Puerto Rico and rebuilding funds for low-income housing. Hamilton star Lin-Manuel Miranda will step back into the Founding Father's shoes - for a good cause. Read More »

England hit by injuries to key players


England's options have already taken a blow this week after losing Tottenham stars Harry Kane, Dele Alli and Harry Winks. And Gareth Southgate is now facing more injury problems in his squad as England have confirmed that the trio of Henderson, Sterling and Delph have picked up injuries and have withdrawn from the squad. Read More »