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Irma Weakens to Tropical Storm as It Heads Inland


Heading north, in Charleston, which has experienced record flooding from Irma's storm surge , roughly 13 percent of the stations were without gas. US Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin told a NY investor conference that the storm would ultimately boost the economy by sparking rebuilding. Read More »

Stop staring: Decoding Apple's Face ID


Before debuting the newest iPhone , Schiller said the company had relied on more than a billion scans to fine tune its facial-recognition system. Experts have expressed concerns that the technology could be a step backward for device security, as well as a potential move toward a privately owned database of facial biometric data . Read More »

Malaysia School Fire Leaves 24 Dead


Officials said firefighters controlled the fire in less than an hour. Pictures in local media showed ash-covered, fire-blackened beds, as horrific accounts emerged of the youngsters trying to escape the school as it went up in flames and neighbors hearing their cries for help. Read More »

Irma ruled a post-tropical storm by the hurricane center


As night fell Tuesday, many people from SC to Florida were staying in darkened homes, dealing with fallen trees and blocked roadways, and hoping they could find gas. Some residents who fled are slowly returning to find their homes and neighborhoods destroyed . "The Bermuda High is finite and it has an edge, which was right over Key West", Masters said. Read More »

Most Americans Oppose DACA Repeal, Support Path to Citizenship for 'Dreamers'


Kathy Roche, one of the protest participants, held a sign expressing her desire to see the new Dream Act that's now before Congress passed, but she's anxious. That is a little concerning to Jacinto and other DACA recipients if the protection does disappear. The policy needed to end for the federal government to enforce immigration law, he added. Read More »

You'll live to regrexit, Britain told by Jean-Claude Juncker


But he warned that the European Union was not "naive", and proposed a so-called investment screening framework to address concerns about a surge of Chinese takeovers in the bloc. Britain has also acted as a balancing force between euro zone heavyweights and those countries - like Sweden - that have chosen not to join the single currency. Read More »

DACA supporters rally in Painesville to oppose Trump plan


There is a probability that the current court would void DACA , but that hasn't come before the court. UC Berkeley alumna Lily Woo, who has been involved with EBSC for two years, said helping undocumented community members get as many renewals done by the October 5 deadline is paramount, but she added that the free workshops also include information sessions meant to educate the sanctuary's undocumented clientele about what options are available to them once DACA is terminated. Read More »

A mission to Saturn and its discoveries


Esposito says Cassini has helped scientists better understand Saturn. Data collected by Cassini's spectrometer while passing through a vapour plume at Enceladus's south pole showed hydrogen shooting up through cracks in its ice layer. Read More »

Samsung will launch a foldable phone and voice-controlled speaker

As the head of the business, I can say our current goal is next year. However, Koh stated that the company still needs to resolve some issues before rolling out the mobile device . European customers can get it for €999, but early owners will get a Samsung DeX bundled with the phone. Some of the other offers available for people who pre-book the Note 8 in India include 448 GB of free 4G data along with free Jio Prime Membership and Rs. Read More »

Martin Shkreli Arrested Bail Revoked for Hillary Threat


Notorious former pharmaceutical executive Martin Shkreli has been jailed after a USA federal judge deemed him a threat to the community for offering reward to anyone who could "grab a hair" from Hillary Clinton during her book tour. This is not the first time prosecutors have complained to Matsumoto about Shkreli's conduct. "Right now, we will have to live with this decision". The Post reports that during the trial, Matsumoto had kept warning Shkreli about speaking with reporters in ... Read More »

Amid Rohingya Crisis, Myanmar's Suu Kyi to Skip UN General Assembly


Azhar, the chief of Jaish-e-Muhammad, penned in support of Rohingyas on Monday, saying "their sacrifice should make the Muslim ummah (community) rise against our enemies". During his vist to Myanmar Prime Minister Narendra Modi raised the issues if Rohingya Muslims illegally living in India . "This kind of national crisis require leaders with courage and the will to sacrifice their political face for the benefit of lasting peace and security", he said. Read More »

North Korea threatens to use nuclear weapon to 'sink' Japan


The DPRK condemned in the strongest terms and categorically rejected the UNSC's resolution 2375 on sanctions as "a product of heinous provocation aimed at depriving the DPRK of its legitimate right for self defence and completely suffocating its state and people through full-scale economic blockade", said the statement. Read More »

IPhone X Price, Face ID: Internet's Best Parodies and Memes


Apple has a reputation for hyping its new products. Last year's iPhone 7 was criticised in some circles for being a minor update, most notable for the disappearance of the headphone jack, but was still responsible for sending iPhone sales to their highest ever level in the fourth quarter of the year. Read More »

Florida Keys Begins Irma Recovery, Remains Closed to Visitors


It was worse than last year's Category 5 Matthew, which sat just off shore, because Irma grew to an enormous 415 miles (670 kilometers) wide, Luettich said. "We are still without water, power, sewer, gas and cell service", she said. "It's miserably hot", she said. "A lot of people lost everything", he said Tuesday morning. Read More »

DOJ Should 'Certainly' Look At Prosecuting Comey For Leaking Memos

Bannon would not say whether he opposed firing Comey , but pointed to reports saying he opposed it. "That probably would be too bombastic even for me, but maybe modern political history". Comey leaked memos to the New York Times, your own outlet. "Part of the problem is that there is not the kind of strong interest in the White House as there used to be", former USA ambassador to Myanmar Derek Mitchell told the Washington Post . Read More »

Hillary Clinton's clear warning to Democrats: Don't be like Sen. Bernie Sanders


Clinton believes Comey was sacked for the wrong reason but should have been disciplined in some way for the email investigation, she said . She blames herself for the loss, but singles out other factors as well. She seems to have been nearly totally unprepared for the outburst of populist anger that characterized 2016, an outburst that came under half a dozen different guises: trade, outsourcing, immigration, opiates, deindustrialization, and the recent spectacle of Wall Street criminals ... Read More »

Hillary Clinton launches new book


Clinton went on to criticize Trump's Twitter insults of our crucial allies and the "reality TV show campaign" he ran, as well as how his campaign was covered by the press. The Clinton email scandal plagued her campaign up until Election Day, and the FBI's investigation of it only intensified public scrutiny of the matter. Read More »

Heitkamp's response to bipartisan dinner with President Trump


The President has expressed working with both Democrats and Republicans to push forward the tax reform bill. Now, it might not work out, in which case, we'll try and do them without. Mnuchin says, "Passing tax reform, which hasn't been done in 31 years, that is a win". No timetable for the trips were given and details of the tax reform plan have not been revealed. Read More »

Irma weakens to tropical storm in Florida: forecasters


Late Sunday it was bearing down on the Tampa-St. Schools in the state planned to close Monday. Hurricane Irma's strong winds and outer rain bands lashed the Florida Keys on Saturday as the Category 3 storm pushed toward the state amid dire warnings of devastating gales, heavy rain and a potentially deadly storm surge . Read More »

Highlights of the game


He threw the ball away but I didn't send him to the stand. "He wanted to explain the situation around his red card". Mohamed Salah is a major doubt for Liverpool's opening Champions League group game against Sevilla at Anfield on Wednesday night due to illness. Read More »

Quarter of houses in Florida Keys destroyed


We'll have more on Hurricane Irma after headlines. In North Carolina and SC, where Duke Energy provides electricity for more than 4 million customers, the utility said it has turned the power back on for 160,000 customers and that 48,644 remain affected. Read More »

Republican Senators Throw another Health Care Hail Mary


Chairman Lindsey Graham (R-NC) prepares to start a Senate Appropriations Committee hearing on Capitol Hill, on May 9, 2017 in Washington, DC. Tim Scott, a Republican from SC who added that the bill was the last "bullet left in the chamber". Read More »

Student Killed, 3 Others Injured in Washington School Shooting


Freeman High School parents are asked to go to the Bus Barn entrance on HWY 27. " There is one victim, that's a student, that is deceased ", Spokane Fire Chief Brian Schaeffer told reporters. Gov. Jay Inslee said in an announcement that "all Washingtonians are thinking about the casualties and their families, and are appreciative for the administration of school staff and specialists on call attempting to protect our understudies". Read More »

Almost 4.5 million without power in Florida


Florida's largest utility, Florida Power & Light, said western parts of the state might be without electricity until September 22. On Saturday evening, Florida Gov. Powerful winds from Hurricane Irma whipped through southwest Florida on Sunday, downing power lines and leaving a trail of debris behind. Florida Hospital Orlando's outpatient pharmacy filled three times as many prescriptions during the Hurricane Irma weekend as it does on regular weekends. Read More »

White House explains dinner with Dem leaders


A key topic of discussion is Trump's push for Congress to send him a bill to cut taxes for corporations and individuals. President Trump has another meeting with democrats and republicans set for this afternoon. It's a positive thing. Republicans in the poll were more favorable of Trump working with Democrats than were Democrats themselves. Trump also met separately with Sen. Read More »

Martin, Still Reeling from Irma, Prepares for Hurricane Jose


The Caribbean's Regional Response Mechanism (RRM) had been quickly activated, accompanied by aid and support from the UK, US, Canadian, French and Dutch governments. French President Emmanuel Macron flew into Guadeloupe and was heading to the hard-hit French-Dutch island of St. Martin to meet with residents . Read More »

5 dead at Florida nursing home that lost power during Irma


The Hollywood Hills nursing home where six elderly people died Wednesday morning is a facility with a history of poor inspections and is owned by a South Miami hospital with an troubled past of its own. It's not known how long the facility had been without power. Raelin Story, a Broward County spokesperson, said fire rescue operatives arrived at the home to find the facilities sweltering hot, leaving numerous elderly patients unable to breathe. Read More »

Korea conducts cruise missile drill amid N. Korea threats

The United States is on the path of military confrontation with North Korea, a diplomat from the isolated country said Tuesday, making clear that the new U.S. The North Korean ambassador to the United Nations in Geneva, Han Tae Song, rejected the UN resolution as "illegal and unlawful" and said Washington was "fired up for political, economic, and military confrontation". Read More »

Jean-Claude Juncker Supports Croatia's Entry into Schengen


The eurozone should meanwhile be expanded beyond the 19 countries that now use the single currency, in line with the EU's treaties that say all states must join the euro. This has been dubbed Lancaster House 2.0 by the media - in reference to a speech she made in London in January, widely regarded at the time as the government's Brexit blueprint, which confirmed the UK's intention to leave the single market and customs union. Read More »

Ryan murder: Security tops priority in city schools


The child, who had been dropped to school along with his elder sibling by their father around five minutes later, reportedly entered the same bathroom alone. The police arrested a bus conductor, identified as Ashok Kumar, who was employed by Ryan International School , in connection with the case. "The matter is adjourned till tomorrow on the request of the additional public prosecutor appearing for the Maharashtra government". Read More »

Hurricane Irma: 1200 Americans evacuated from St. Martin


As a Category 5 hurricane, the rare top end of the scale of hurricane intensity, it killed almost 40 people in the Caribbean. "He is very keen to see for himself the devastation, to reassure governors who have done a magnificent job under quite the most incredible pressure", Duncan said . Read More »

Three things about the Dodgers' LA-worst 11th straight loss

The rookie left-hander said postgame he also felt the impact in his face. Nick Hundley followed with a single, and after Baez struck out pinch hitter Kelby Tomlinson, Pence laced a single up the middle, scoring a sliding Sandoval with the go-ahead run. Read More »

Richard Branson Necker Island Devastated by Irma


As we sailed into Cruz Bay, the island's largest town, we saw even the USA customs office was a total loss. Taylor's sister Ayla said: "The British consulate and Foreign Office have given no advice or help, other than to take Jos and Julia's name and number". Read More »