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Police looking for suspect in Englewood bank robbery


Dispatchers weren't able to describe the suspect, if or how much cash was taken from the bank, or if there were any injuries. A man, who was wearing a hat and sunglasses, robbed the bank; police say no weapon was seen during the incident. Read More »

Brief but strong cold front in the forecast


Models have been hinting at a wave of low pressure moving through the Great Lakes region and bringing rain showers to the area. For the most part, no real travel issues are expected. Sunshine prevails for Thursday although temperatures will only top out in the upper 50s to low 60s. By Sunday though, highs will have warmed back into the 80s again. Read More »

Dow Falls 572 Points As US-China Trade Fears Intensify

Caterpillar dropped 3.5 percent, the most in the Dow. Trump announced Thursday night that his administration would consider imposing $100 billion more in tariffs on Chinese goods. "That war was lost many years ago by the foolish, or incompetent, people who represented the U.S. Now we have a Trade Deficit of $500 Billion a year, with Intellectual Property Theft of another $300 Billion". Read More »

Menendez brothers who killed parents reunited in prison


Erik Menendez, who was already a prisoner at Donovan, was moved this week from his unit to the one his brother is in. About 3,900 male inmates are imprisoned at Donovan. Corrections department spokeswoman Terry Thornton said she doesn't know how the brothers reacted during their reunion. Lyle, who was then 21, and Erik, then 18, admitted they fatally shot-gunned their entertainment executive father and their mother, but said they feared their parents were about to kill them to prevent the ... Read More »

Michael B. Jordan questions book burning in 'Fahrenheit 451' trailer


Michael B. Jordan is really on a hot streak (get it? hot?) between " Black Panther ", the "Creed" movies , and now this. At one point in the trailer, he questions, "I want to know why we burn?" "The drama is based on Ray Bradbury's classic novel of the same name, depicting a future where the media is an opiate, history is rewritten and "firemen" burn books". Read More »

Governors could be powerless to deny Trump troop request


National guard contingents in US states that border Mexico say they are waiting for guidance from Washington to determine what they will do following President Donald Trump's proclamation directing deployment to fight illegal immigration and drug smuggling. Read More »

Wintry weather rolls back into KAKEland


However, areas along I-70 and south could see up to an inch of snow, with the highest totals being in our southern counties. In many cases the morning lows will also be the day time high temperatures as the mercury is forecast to drop through much of the day Friday . Read More »

The Kroger Co., (NYSE: KR)

Country Trust Bank decreased Kroger Company Common (KR) stake by 38.53% reported in 2017Q4 SEC filing. Nordea Investment Management AB now owns 6,121,963 shares of the company's stock worth $225,227,000 after buying an additional 4,806,246 shares during the last quarter. Read More »

Hillary Clinton Jokes That Fox News Is 'Trying To Impeach Me'


Hillary Clinton addressed the exclusive, women-only club The Wing Tuesday night in New York City, where she regaled its membership with talk about President Donald Trump's "misogyny and sexism". I don't care how much I agree or disagree with you. Clinton argued that sexism and misogyny played a role in the political discourse during the election: "Part of what we have to come to grips with is the role that sexism plays with our society and certainly our politics". Read More »

India seeks US$15 billion fighter jets in world's largest deal


Former Air Chief Marshal Arup Raha, in a press conference days before retiring, had said that the force needs at least 200 more fighter jets in next decade, a report in IANS said. When in service, these fighters will fill six squadrons. India began its search for new planes for the Indian air force in 2003 to replace its Soviet-era MiG fighters. Read More »

National Guard Only To Play Supportive Role In Border Patrol Efforts


MARTIN: Right. OK, so, John, as you mentioned, this isn't the first time that a sitting president has dispatched National Guard troops to the U.S. Doug Ducey tweeted Wednesday. Authorising the move to deploy the personnel, Trump said the "lawlessness" that prevailed in the USA's southern border was "fundamentally incompatible with the safety, security, and sovereignty of the American people" and added that his administration was left with no other choice but this. Read More »

Trump to skip White House Correspondents' Dinner again this year


The White House Correspondents' Association confirmed Friday that Trump will not attend the April 28 dinner, but noted that the president will "actively encourage" administration officials to go to the event. I call them novelists. Sinclair sparked controversy by recently forcing reporters to read a script about "fake stories" in the mainstream media. The script, written for one of the many "must-run" segments that Sinclair forces its news stations to air - which are often full of ... Read More »

Woman Molested & Assaulted in Thane-CSMT Local Train in Mumbai, Accused Arrested


A co-passenger filmed the incident, the video of which has now gone viral. According to the report, Shaikh owed the woman a large sum of money and a fight on the issue, allegedly led to the assault. Dadar GRP, the on-duty officer however said that accused was taken into custody at Dadar station and further investigation has been initiated. He then drags her by the hair and tries to strangle her. Read More »

Bail plea to be heard tomorrow


All his fans across the globe are praying for Salman to get bail in the blackbuck poaching case . Salman's lawyer Mahesh Bora has earlier told media that the argument is over and only order is reserved for tomorrow but prosecution lawyer clarified that that's not the case. Read More »

Tampa police arrest man in connection with road rage murder


The officer said Majumdar told police he kept his mother's body because he believed she could be brought back to life. "(The victim) reported a male flashed his genitalia while she walked on the trail", according to an entry in the Police Department's online activity reports . Read More »

Trump wants National Guard on Mexican border until wall built


Trump said the National Guard deployment would range "anywhere from 2,000 to 4,000", and he would "probably keep" personnel there until his border wall is built "or a large portion of them". The Mexican foreign ministry said Nielsen told Mexico's top diplomat that troops deployed to the border "will not carry arms or carry out migration or customs control activities". Read More »

Lebanon wins initial pledges of $2.8 billion at Paris conference


Lebanese Prime Minister Saad Hariri (L) is welcomed by French Foreign Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian as they attend the Cedar (CEDRE) Conference for global donors and investors to support Lebanon's economy, in Paris, France, April 6, 2018. Lebanon is now the world's third-most indebted country . From 2007 until 2010, Lebanon's economy grew at an average of 9 percent annually. When Hariri announced his resignation in November, a shock move in which many observers saw the hand of Saudi Arabia's ... Read More »

Pensioner quizzed on suspicion of murder over intruder stabbing death

The deceased was also recently honoured with bravery award by the police after saving a sex-attack victim and assisted in the convictions of the attackers. Mayor of London Sadiq Khan said the rising number of murders on the capital's streets was "heartbreaking" and criticised the government for cuts to the policing budget. Read More »

Trump defends tariffs amid jittery markets


President Donald Trump said Thursday he is considering implementing tariffs on an additional $100 billion worth of Chinese goods as trade tensions between the two countries continues to escalate. "If they wanted to pull the nuclear switch, if they committed to dumping Treasuries , it would have an immediate and temporary impact on money markets in the United States", said Jeff Klingelhofer, a portfolio manager who oversees more than $6 billion at Thornburg Investment Management Inc. Read More »

Lobbyist tied to Pruitt's condo had roster of clients facing EPA


Any one of Scott Pruitt's many ethics violations would justify his ouster, but his disastrous Fox News interview about his misconduct could ultimately be the kiss of death. "They say we all serve at the pleasure of the president", Gidley later told reporters. The place is co-owned by the wife of a lobbyist, J. Steven Hart, whose firm Williams & Jensen lobbies on energy and transportation issues. Read More »

Trump Threatens Another Round of Tariffs Against China as Tensions Escalate


China's Commerce Ministry said it must "adopt new countermeasures" to protect the interests of the Chinese people - but it did not announce any specific measures. 2 economy. The Dow Jones Industrial Average was down about 1.6% in morning trading, following Asian markets broadly lower. This was two days after the US released a list of 1,300 products it proposed hitting with tariffs, totaling about $50 billion in trade. Read More »

Timeline of Hart family's child-welfare issues


Authorities investigating the California cliff plunge that is believed to have killed two adults and their six adoptive children have left open the possibility that three of the children may not have been in the vehicle. - On April 7, 2011, Sarah Hart pleaded guilty to the 2 counts of misdemeanor domestic assault. Devonte , who is still missing, drew national attention after he was photographed in tears while hugging a police officer during a 2014 protest. Read More »

Embrace Leadership At Your Library: Celebrate National Library Week April 8-14


Libraries aren't just places to borrow books or study - they're also creative and engaging community centers where people can collaborate using new technologies and develop their skills and passions. "We also have a notary public on staff most of the time". "Libraries level the playing field for people of any age who seek information and access to technologies to improve their quality of life". Read More »

Brazil's Lula fights prison order, won't turn himself in


The Federal Police of Brazil has ready a plane to take former Brazilian President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva from Sao Paulo to Curitiba, where he should go to prison today according to the order issued by Judge Sergio Moro. A source within Lula's party told Reuters news agency that the ex-president would not turn himself until a higher court rules on a last-minute appeal. Read More »

USA rejects China's 'baseless' retaliatory tariffs, WTO protest


Under the WTO framework, a country's right of suspension on concessions of a trading partner can not be exercised for up to three years from when the trading partner's safeguards take effect. Then, the president revealed plans to impose around $50 billion in tariffs on Chinese exports in response to China's theft of American intellectual property and forced technology transfers. Read More »

Government seizes, more information forthcoming


Postal Service and the Internal Revenue Service. Phoenix FBI spokesman Glenn Milnor referred all other questions to the Justice Department. Go to the Backpage website as of Friday afternoon, and you'll see that the site is down. Supporters hailed the passage of the Stop Enabling Sex Traffickers Act (SESTA) as a major victory, but the measure is not without its critics: some say it would undermine a basic underpinning of the internet, which enables websites to host information from third ... Read More »

U.S. trade threats 'raise risks for China's industrial tech ambitions'


The U.S. releases a list of targets for proposed tariffs on $50 billion worth of imports, aiming to recoup losses from China's alleged abuse of IP. If the Trump administration chooses to subsidize American farmers further, that could trigger retaliatory tariffs and subsidies in major exporters of agricultural products such as the European Union and Brazil, the experts added. Read More »