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World Germany Condemns US Sanctions against Russia, Damages Europe
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The measures were greeted very differently by US allies in the European Union , however, highlighting a broad east-west split over Russian energy and a US Bill that could see European firms sanctioned for doing pipeline deals with Moscow. The new U.S. sanctions aim "to squeeze Russian gas out of the European market to give room to American gas". Speaking about the new United States sanctions on July 26 European Commission President Jean Claude Junker said that while the EU fully supports ...

World Timken Steel Corporation (NASDAQ:TMST) To Release Earnings
Author: 0 Timken Steel Corporation (NASDAQ:TMST) To Release Earnings

Tracking the stock price in relation to moving averages as well as highs and lows for the year might assist with evaluating future stock performance. Do investors think to respond accordingly to new analyst's rating and change a position based on the analyst's rating opinion without any further research? The stock of AK Steel Holding Corporation (NYSE: AKS ) earned "Buy" rating by Deutsche Bank on Thursday, August 13.

World Campus carry law expands to community colleges
Author: 0 Campus carry law expands to community colleges

The Texas Legislature adopted a law in 2015 that allows the concealed carry of handguns at public colleges statewide. "Collin College and the board of trustees have worked diligently to ensure a safe environment for students, faculty, staff and visitors, while also respecting the rights of people who are licensed to carry a handgun", Collin College President Neil Matkin said in a news release.

World Christie approves back pay for furloughed state workers
Author: 0 Christie approves back pay for furloughed state workers

Video of the end of the exchange was recorded by WISN 12 NEWS reporter Ben Hutchison. Eventually, Christie made a decision to respond, and Joseph claims the governor tried to get physical. "He came a few inches from my face and began to call me a "big shot" and a "tough guy" and asking 'what are you gonna do now?'" Joseph wrote. Christie was also booed at a Mets game inNew York earlier this month.

World Even President Trump's Favorite Poll Shows a Record Low Approval
Author: 0 Even President Trump's Favorite Poll Shows a Record Low Approval

On July 31, a Rasmussen Reports survey found that only 39 percent of likely voters approved of Trump's job performance, while 61 percent disapproved. The average approval rating from data-centric website FiveThirtyEight pegged Trump's support at just 38.1 percent Monday, nearing his record low of 38.0 percent per the tracker.

World Sen. Booker to Introduce Bill to Legalize Marijuana Nationwide
Author: 0 Sen. Booker to Introduce Bill to Legalize Marijuana Nationwide

Marijuana legalization on the federal and state level must be fair and equitable and must fix past harms to communities of color. It would also be retroactive and expunge previous marijuana convictions from non-violent offenders' records. According to the Drug Policy Alliance's estimates , black Americans represent 14 percent of regular drug users but 37 percent of people arrested for drug offenses.

World British banks will need massive cash influx after hard Brexit - consulting firm
Author: 0 British banks will need massive cash influx after hard Brexit - consulting firm

Britain will not cut tax and regulations after Brexit in an attempt to undercut its European rivals, finance minister Philip Hammond has said, after previously threatening to do just that. Free movement to the United Kingdom will end when Britain exits the European Union in March 2019, Theresa May's spokesman has insisted, as the government struggles to contain cabinet disagreement over immigration after Brexit .

World 12 inmates escape Alabama jail using peanut butter; 1 still at large
Author: 0 12 inmates escape Alabama jail using peanut butter; 1 still at large

They spread peanut butter to change a number on a door that led to the outside, and then led a new prison guard to believe that the door was their cell. Underwood said the smooth criminals will face additional charges as a result of the escape, but did not say what will happen to the guard. "We've got some evil people down here, and they scheme all the time to con us and our employees at the jail".

World State's minor life-without- parole law blasted as unfair
Author: 0 State's minor life-without- parole law blasted as unfair

Supreme Court decision a year ago, but ME has for decades avoided imposing life sentences on young people. But an Associated Press review has found the gate of freedom slow to open, including in Oregon. Petitions for resentencing hearings are handled differently from county to county and even from judge to judge. Of all groups, it should understand why California must do what's legally and morally correct.

World Girl found safe after Amber Alert
Author: 0 Girl found safe after Amber Alert

The girl was being watched by an aunt when she was taken about 2:30 a.m. Tuesday. The girl's mother, Sondra Renee, gave the girl to her sister. Barrett endured minor wounds and was taken to the clinic. A trailer with MI license plate D476667 is attached to the truck. Barrett is described as 6 feet, 278 pounds with a bald head, thick beard and mustache.

World China reportedly calls in S. Korean envoy in protest over THAAD deployment
Author: 0 China reportedly calls in S. Korean envoy in protest over THAAD deployment

Kong Xuanyou, assistant minister at the Chinese foreign ministry, brought in Ambassador Kim Jang-soo on Saturday, right after President Moon Jae-in ordered the deployment of an additional four THAAD launchers in response to North Korea's latest missile provocation, the JoongAng Ilbo reported, citing multiple diplomatic sources.

World July broke a record for Sacramento heat. How hot was it?
Author: 0 July broke a record for Sacramento heat. How hot was it?

The National Weather Service forecast, as of 3:30 p.m. Monday, calls for a high of 101 degrees on Tuesday in the mid-Willamette Valley, followed by 107 degrees on Wednesday, 105 degrees on Thursday and 99 degrees on Friday. The University of OR is preparing for this week's blistering forecast by asking buildings to take certain precautions. Outdoor burning is not recommended.

World British Gas to raise electricity prices by 12.5%
Author: 0 British Gas to raise electricity prices by 12.5%

The utilities firm's owner Centrica said Government policy costs were the sole reason for an eye-watering 12.5 per cent electricity price rise. Chief executive Mark Hodges said that British Gas had last raised prices in November 2013.

World UNC Asheville featured in The Princeton Review's
Author: 0 UNC Asheville featured in The Princeton Review's "The Best 382 Colleges"

The Princeton Review tallied the rankings for the 2018 edition based on its surveys of 137,000 students (average 358 per campus) attending the 382 colleges in the book in 2016-17 and/or the previous two school years. University highlighted for value, sustainability and career services. "While the academics here are challenging, it's obvious that the university wants to see its students succeed".

World BJP's Congress defection antics: EC demands response from Gujarat government
Author: 0 BJP's Congress defection antics: EC demands response from Gujarat government

But Congress will have to make sure no more of its MLAs cross over. These MLAs came to be known as khajuriyas, and those who stayed behind were called hajuriyas (loosely translates to the loyal ones). There are four candidates in fray for the three seats, viz. Had he left the party a year ago, things would have been different. Tunes of dissidence emerging from within are equally damaging for the Congress.

World Trump Needs to Declare Opioid Crisis a National Emergency, Drug Commission Says
Author: 0 Trump Needs to Declare Opioid Crisis a National Emergency, Drug Commission Says

The White House announced plans to carefully review the report's recommendations during this emergency state. The commission, which held its first meeting June 16, released its draft interim report July 31, and. Researchers have discovered that most opioid overdose deaths are caused by the synthetic opioid Fentanyl. The report found a correlation between the rise of opioid overdoses and prescription opioids.

World National Night Out Events Being Held Locally
Author: 0 National Night Out Events Being Held Locally

Salisbury police expect over 2,500 people to attend the city's National Night Out event. The initiative strives to build relationships between the public and the police departments who serve them to make neighborhoods and communities safer.

World Ocean City Beachgoers Find Woman's Body In The Sand Near 2nd Street
Author: 0 Ocean City Beachgoers Find Woman's Body In The Sand Near 2nd Street

Ocean City is a popular destination resort on the Atlantic coast. Kro-Art disabled his business' live stream of the beach, out of respect, as crews spent the day working to process the scene and remove O'Connor's body. The investigation is ongoing at this time. The body - discovered on the beach near 2nd Street at about 6:30 a.m. Monday - was removed from the sand at about 4:15 p.m.

World First West Nile Virus death in Mississippi
Author: 0 First West Nile Virus death in Mississippi

State Health Department officials said Monday that a person from Grenada County has died. Both cases were the most severe-type of the virus. A dead crow found near Waupaca tested positive for West Nile virus. Each year, Georgia typically sees six to 10 cases per year. Monitoring the presence of the virus in mosquitoes began in May and continues throughout the summer.

World GOP Rep. Franks: 'Partisan Arbiter Of Justice' Mueller Should Resign
Author: 0 GOP Rep. Franks: 'Partisan Arbiter Of Justice' Mueller Should Resign

Mueller's true intentions, but neither can anyone dispute that he now clearly appears to be a partisan arbiter of justice", U.S. Rep. Trent Franks said in a statement. After Comey's testimony in 2007, Mueller's notes were subpoenaed by Congress as a way of verifying the account (which Bush and then-White House Counsel Alberto Gonzalez offer a differing version of).

World Man hid girlfriend's body in freezer and lived with imposter
Author: 0 Man hid girlfriend's body in freezer and lived with imposter

Layton and Novoa have been charged with the abuse of a corpse, which was discovered on Saturday in several bags inside the freezer by Novoa's landlord's wife. After they noticed the "terrible smell" coming from the freezer, Novoa's friends alerted the police. You can't replace a spirit like hers. He added no one has been charged with murder yet because there is still no cause of death.