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World Woman killed in Troy quadruple homicide attended West Genesee High School
Author: 0 Woman killed in Troy quadruple homicide attended West Genesee High School

Police also released victims' names along with photos Thursday, in hopes of getting information from residents that could help find the killer or killers. Officials have released few details since a property manager found the bodies Tuesday in a basement apartment in a home along the Hudson River in Troy , just north of Albany.

World BJP attacking country's Constitution, using lies for political benefits: Rahul
Author: 0 BJP attacking country's Constitution, using lies for political benefits: Rahul

Newly-elected Congress president Rahul Gandhi on Thursday hoisted the party flag at the party headquarters here, marking the 133rd Congress Foundation Day and accused the BJP of attacking the Constitution. This is [the] difference between us and them. Statements have been made by senior members of the BJP and it is under attack surreptitiously from the back.

World One more held in connection with actress cyber bullying case
Author: 0 One more held in connection with actress cyber bullying case

He couldn't devote more attention to the issue as he was on a foreign tour. She has also secured the Kerala State Film Award for the best actress. She had also submitted screenshots of numerous objectionable tweets and Facebook messages against her.

Author: 0 Value of United States homes tops $31 trillion

If you add the value of all the homes in the United States together, you get a sum that's a lot to get your mind around: $31.8 trillion. Since a year ago, the housing market has grown by almost $2 trillion, while Apple recently hit a market value of $900 billion - the first U.S.

World Tillerson, Lavrov Agree to Continue Diplomacy Over N.Korea: US State Dept
Author: 0 Tillerson, Lavrov Agree to Continue Diplomacy Over N.Korea: US State Dept

Last week, the UN Security Council agreed upon new sanctions against North Korea that would limit its oil supply and slave labor market. US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson and Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov agreed to continue diplomatic efforts to address North Korea's nuclear program, emphasizing that neither Washington nor Moscow accepted Pyongyang as a nuclear power, a US State Department spokeswoman said on Wednesday (27/12).

World U.S. says Romanians hacked Washington DC police cameras
Author: 0 U.S. says Romanians hacked Washington DC police cameras

The two are the 25 year old Mihai Alexandru Isvanca and 28 year old Eveline Cismaru. The complaint does not say why the alleged hackers targeted the Washington D.C. The investigation has also identified certain victims who had received the ransomware or whose servers had been accessed during the scheme. There was no evidence that the alleged hackers had physically harmed or threatened anyone, the U.S.

World Suspect Gets out of SUV in Virginia, Shoots at Officers
Author: 0 Suspect Gets out of SUV in Virginia, Shoots at Officers

A murder suspect who fired at police during a pursuit Thursday was critically injured after his vehicle overturned on I-95 in Stafford County. When troopers pulled over the vehicle, the driver got out and opened fire on their patrol cruiser, striking the windshield, according to authorities.

World Haley Claims Credit for Cuts to UN Budget, Already in Decline
Author: 0 Haley Claims Credit for Cuts to UN Budget, Already in Decline

Haley said: "The inefficiency and overspending of the United Nations are well known". " We will no longer let the generosity of the American people be taken advantage of or remain unchecked", Haley said, hinting that in future negotiations "you can be sure we'll continue to look at ways to increase the UN's efficiency while protecting our interests".

World Weather warning for ice issued for parts of Dorset
Author: 0 Weather warning for ice issued for parts of Dorset

There are plenty of icy patches which have developed overnight on untreated roads, pavements and cycle paths, as well as where rain showers have washed off treatment. "1-2 cm of snow may accumulate above around 200 metres where showers do fall". "If the road looks polished or glossy, it could be black ice", a spokesperson said.

World Record Christmas Storm Buries Major PA City in Snow
Author: 0 Record Christmas Storm Buries Major PA City in Snow

A statement from the NWS warns snow may continue through Wednesday, with accumulations up to another six inches. Scores of motorists have been stranded on Interstate 90 in both Pennsylvania and NY during major lake-effect events. Those places and states in the northern Plains and Great Lakes were projected to see highs in the teens or single digits and lows below zero for the rest of the week and into the new year.

World IShares Russell Top 200 (IWL) Rises 0.111% for Dec 28
Author: 0 IShares Russell Top 200 (IWL) Rises 0.111% for Dec 28

Aroon Up for a given time period is calculated by determining how much time (on a percentage basis) elapsed between the start of the time period and the point at which the highest closing price during that time period occurred. A value of 25-50 would support a strong trend. A value of 50-75 would indicate a very strong trend, and a value of 75-100 would signify an extremely strong trend.

World South Africa's top court delivers Zuma impeachment blow
Author: 0 South Africa's top court delivers Zuma impeachment blow

The "impeachment" application was in court in September, where opposition parties argued that the court should order Parliament to establish a fact-finding ad hoc committee that would force Zuma to answer questions about his conduct during the Nkandla scandal.

World South Korea seizes ship that transferred oil to North Korean vessel
Author: 0 South Korea seizes ship that transferred oil to North Korean vessel

The Korea Centers for Disease Control and Prevention also have anthrax vaccines for 1,000 patients prepared in case of biological terror attacks, the government said. "The actions taken will be reported to the UNSC sanctions committee on North Korea in the future", the report quoted an official as saying. Spokesperson Cheong Wa Dae attempted to tamp down the dispute, saying the government imported 350 doses of anthrax vaccines on November 2 and stored them in a national army hospital.

World 12 dead in Bronx fire
Author: 0 12 dead in Bronx fire

Neighborhood resident Robert Gonzalez, who has a friend who lives in the building, said she got out on a fire escape as another resident fled with five children. Many questions remained in the immediate aftermath of the blaze, including how the fire spread so quickly in a brick building built after catastrophic fires at the turn of the 20th century ushered in an era of tougher enforcement of fire codes.

World He sped away from police - right off the end of a pier
Author: 0 He sped away from police - right off the end of a pier

JD Moreland captured the weird chase on video. Rescuers eventually fished Erofeeff, 27, of Scotts Mills, Ore., from the chilly waters, but his pickup truck remains in the river for the time being. Erofeeff reportedly tried to swim a few hundred feet before changing his mind. After being treated for hypothermia at the Columbia Memorial Hospital, Erofeeff was taken to Clatsop County Jail.

World IDF Retaliates After Gaza Rocket Hits Kibbutz Sha'ar HaNegev
Author: 0 IDF Retaliates After Gaza Rocket Hits Kibbutz Sha'ar HaNegev

On December 19, Defense Minister Avigdor Liberman said he believed that the rocket fire by Gaza-based terrorist groups was over, referring to the attacks as the "price" Israel had to pay for US President Donald Trump's recognition of Jerusalem as Israel's capital .

World Russian Federation probe makes USA 'look very bad'
Author: 0 Russian Federation probe makes USA 'look very bad'

There has been tension between the White House and the inquiry and Mr Trump has had to deny planning to fire lead investigator Robert Mueller. He said "everybody knows" his people didn't collude with Russians and insisted the "real stories" surround Democrats and their ties with Russians during the campaign.

World Trump Could Kill Iran Nuclear Deal as Early as Next Month
Author: 0 Trump Could Kill Iran Nuclear Deal as Early as Next Month

One joint team would grapple with Iran's ties to the Lebanese militant group Hezbollah, as well as Iranian activity in Syria. "Dramatic understandings" were agreed at the White House on December 12, and deal signed by the two countries' national security chiefs, Channel 10 says.

World Himachal Congress MLA slaps lady constable, gets a tighter one in return
Author: 0 Himachal Congress MLA slaps lady constable, gets a tighter one in return

Congress President Rahul Gandhi is on a day-long visit to Shimla today and will review the party's performance in the recently-held Himachal Pradesh assembly election. Kumari won from the Dalhousie constituency in the election. No one has a right to raise the hand against someone, at least not the Congress culture.

Author: 0 Egyptian Coptic church comes under attack

It is now unknown whether he is one of the three casualties. On Palm Sunday, 49 people were killed in bombings at two churches in Tanta and Alexandria. One of the assailants fled the attack site and is being pursued by the security forces. Security forces prepare planes for maintaining safety and stability during Christmas and New Year Eve celebrations across Egypt.

World Turkey, Russia sign deal on supply of S-400 missiles
Author: 0 Turkey, Russia sign deal on supply of S-400 missiles

Turkey will pay an advance equivalent to 45 percent of the total and the Russian side will grant an export credit that will cover the other 55 percent of the contract, said the head of Rostej, a state consortium that brings together much of the Russian military-industrial complex.

World UNSC investigates claims of illegal oil trade between China, North Korea
Author: 0 UNSC investigates claims of illegal oil trade between China, North Korea

The alleged revelation comes days after the UNSC imposed a new package of punitive measures against the North in response to its most recent long-range missile test in November. The Treasury designated 69-year-old Ri Pyong Chol as the First Vice Department Director of the Workers' Party of Korea Central Committee. Born in 1948, Mr Ri was partly educated in Russian Federation and promoted when Kim Jong-un started to rise through the ranks in the late 2000s.

World Bakers lose appeal over cake for gays
Author: 0 Bakers lose appeal over cake for gays

This week, an OR appeals court ruled in a case that bears a strong resemblance to the Masterpiece Cakeshop case now before the U.S. Supreme Court. The Oregonian reports, "in their ruling Thursday, a panel of state appeals court judges sided with [state labor commissioner Brad] Avakian, saying the Kleins did, in fact, deny the Bowman-Cryers because they were lesbians".

World Franken says he's leaving Senate but not giving up voice
Author: 0 Franken says he's leaving Senate but not giving up voice

Franken was elected to serve in the Senate in 2009. Half of Minnesota voters surveyed in a recent poll don't think Sen. Paul Wellstone, who died in a plane crash in 2002. "Whatever it is that we do next we will do it together", the former Saturday Night Live writer said. He officially beat Republican Norm Coleman by 312 votes.

Author: 0 Sister of Sydney actress dies in hospital after Boxing Day crash

The death of Annabelle Falkholt brings the NSW roads toll to 23 people killed over the holiday season. Their parents, Lars Falkholt, 69, and Vivian, 60, died after the horrific head-on collision on Princes Highway near Sussex Inlet , along with Whitall.

World Panel raps Park for halting North-South project
Author: 0 Panel raps Park for halting North-South project

The news of possible North Korea anthrax development comes at a time when South Korean newsmagazine Sisa Journal is reporting the US military in the South has continued to test live bacteria at local bases. It also said that the closure was a decision that transcended law, adding that even a political decision amid a security crisis should be made within the boundary of law and under legal procedures.

World Iranian-backed Syrian militant tours Lebanon border with Israel
Author: 0 Iranian-backed Syrian militant tours Lebanon border with Israel

Hezbollah, the Syrian Army and the Shi'ite forces continue to attack the Sunni rebels near the Israeli border. Rebels groups have reported heavy bombardments and artillery fire on their positions, and the Syrian army claimed it had encircled Mughr al Meer at the foot of Mount Hermon, the elevated area that commands the Golan Heights.

World Born 'Sound of Music' actress Heather Menzies-Urich dies
Author: 0 Born 'Sound of Music' actress Heather Menzies-Urich dies

Heather Menzies-Urich, the Canadian actress best known for her role as Louisa von Trapp in the Oscar-winning 1965 film The Sound of Music , has died after a short battle with cancer. Variety reports that Menzies-Urich was born in Toronto, and moved with her family to Los Angeles as a child. "We are all lucky to have known her, and she will happily live on in that attractive movie".

World Westchester Is Missing Out on Cuomo's Pre-Pay Tax Order
Author: 0 Westchester Is Missing Out on Cuomo's Pre-Pay Tax Order

While the invoices for the first half 2018 taxbills won't arrive in mailboxes until early January, the Lucas County Treasurer's office is seeing a surge in property tax prepayments before 2018 in an effort to cash in on a deduction that the coming tax overhaul will limit.

World President Moon Says Comfort Women Deal With Japan has 'Serious Flaws'
Author: 0 President Moon Says Comfort Women Deal With Japan has 'Serious Flaws'

The South Korean government-appointed panel on Wednesday faulted the "final and irreversible" deal , giving Moon the potential opportunity to change or even scrap the agreement. Moon added he wants to separate the sex slavery issue from the pursuit of diplomatic relations with Japan. Shipping data in Thomson Reuters Eikon showed that China will become the world's second-biggest importer of liquefied natural gas (LNG) this year as it overtakes South Korea.

World Ex-soccer star George Weah wins Liberia's Presidential Poll
Author: 0 Ex-soccer star George Weah wins Liberia's Presidential Poll

Boakai came second with 28.8 percent. Weah won both Fifa World Player of the Year and the Ballon d'Or in 1995. The ex-African Footballer of the Year, who enjoyed a glittering career with the likes of Monaco, Paris Saint-Germain and AC Milan, won 12 of the 15 counties in the West African country.

World Echoing Stalin, House Republican calls for 'purge' of the Department of Justice
Author: 0 Echoing Stalin, House Republican calls for 'purge' of the Department of Justice

Former Florida congressman Joe Scarborough was critical of Rooney's comments on Facebook . "No, I don't want to discredit them; I'd like to see the directors of those agencies purge it", Rooney said during an interview on MSNBC. Rooney was referring to Peter Strzok , the FBI agent was removed from the Mueller investigation when it was found that he sent text messages repeatedly disparaging Trump .

World Mehbooba inducts brother Tassaduq into her cabinet, Governor administers oath
Author: 0 Mehbooba inducts brother Tassaduq into her cabinet, Governor administers oath

Mehbooba had recently described her father, former chief minister Mufti Mohammad Sayeed, as "Mard-e-Momin" (a flawless man or a ideal believer), attracting derision. He was dropped when Mehbooba Mufti took over the Chief Minister in April 2016. NC youth leader Salam Sagar tweeted: "Give DOGS due respect, we have a government who swear by their name, not by the name of GOD, behave otherwise you can land in trouble..." However, he was quick to rectify himself by immediately following up his ...

Author: 0 Qualcomm INC (QCOM) Holding Maintained by Tctc Holdings Llc

It has outperformed by 80.48% the S&P500. Karpus Management Inc decreased its stake in Pioneer Muni Hi Income Trust (MHI) by 65.13% based on its latest 2017Q3 regulatory filing with the SEC. Hgk Asset holds 0.06% or 7,665 shares in its portfolio. California-based Payden & Rygel has invested 0.24% in QUALCOMM Incorporated (NASDAQ: QCOM ).

World Russian Federation slams United States plan to sell anti-missile system to Japan
Author: 0 Russian Federation slams United States plan to sell anti-missile system to Japan

The Open Skies Treaty was signed in 1992 and was one of a series of arms-control deals meant to foster trust and transparency as the relationship between the nuclear superpowers thawed at the end of the Cold War. The United States is reported to have been keen to restrict Russian flights over Alaska and Hawaii as well as limiting the distance of Russian observation flights.

World United Nations bars four North Korean ships from ports: Diplomats
Author: 0 United Nations bars four North Korean ships from ports: Diplomats

Speaking of the latest spy images, a government source told the South Korean daily: "We need to focus on the fact that the illicit trade started after a UN Security Council resolution in September drastically capped North Korea's imports of refined petroleum products".

World 6 hurt in Seattle as van crashes into building
Author: 0 6 hurt in Seattle as van crashes into building

The shuttle that carries passengers throughout the city jumped a sidewalk and struck a Gap store. The van driver sustained minor injuries. The shuttle that ferries passengers throughout the city jumped a sidewalk Thursday and struck a Gap store.

World James Harden Offensive Fouls Hand Kyrie Irving, Celtics Comeback Win vs. Rockets
Author: 0 James Harden Offensive Fouls Hand Kyrie Irving, Celtics Comeback Win vs. Rockets

Marcus Smart found Jayson Tatum for a dunk to cut it to one, and Boston immediately got the ball back when James Harden was whistled for an offensive foul. The Celtics rank third in assists allowed per game (20.2) while the Rockets rank 10th (21.9). The Boston Celtics led just four seconds in the entire game but came away with a dramatic victory Thursday at TD Garden.

Author: 0 Energy Transfer Equity, LP (ETE)

At one point in the past year, the shares traded as low as $10.71 but has recovered 512.32% since then. Energy Transfer Equity, L.P. ( NYSE : ETE ) has risen 42.68% since December 28, 2016 and is uptrending. 527.77 million shares or 5.64% more from 499.59 million shares in 2017Q2 were reported. Delta Asset Mgmt Limited Co Tn holds 0.01% in Activision Blizzard, Inc.

World NY vows toughest New Year's Eve security in years
Author: 0 NY vows toughest New Year's Eve security in years

For instance, parking garages will get increased scrutiny. Workers prepare to install the last panels on the New Year's Eve ball above Times Square, New York, Wednesday, Dec. Time, living up to its name, also looks into the history of time balls. The NYPD says beginning at 11 a.m. Sunday, all crosstown traffic between 37th and 59th streets and 6th and 8th avenues will be closed to motorists.

World OSU tops Virginia Tech in bowl game, 30-21
Author: 0 OSU tops Virginia Tech in bowl game, 30-21

In the second half, the Cowboys' offense - which came into the game ranked third in the nation in scoring, averaging 46.3 points per game - got in gear. The ensuing possession for Oklahoma State ended with a 36-yard field goal after the Hokies' defense stopped a promising looking drive for the second time of the night.

World Very cold temperatures and some snow in the forecast this weekend
Author: 0 Very cold temperatures and some snow in the forecast this weekend

Much colder air is expected for the weekend. The clouds will return overnight and into Friday with temperatures dropping into the upper 10s by Friday morning, then rebounding into the middle 30s Friday afternoon. We will see a bit of a warmup for Friday with highs reaching into the 50s and 60s and a little bit of sun. The arctic air that surges south behind the front is another story! The wind isn't quite as strong around Mid-Michigan this morning, but instead of finding relief, ...

World 6 dead in Bronx apartment fire, more than a dozen seriously injured
Author: 0 6 dead in Bronx apartment fire, more than a dozen seriously injured

Few official details were immediately available, but WABC-TV, the NY affiliate of the ABC television network, said the fire erupted shortly before 7pm on the third floor of the five-storey building. "Now 15 serious injuries to civilians reported", it tweeted. Patients were taken to Jacobi Medical Center and St. Barnabas Hospital. The fire was brought under control around 9 p.m.

World Major fire breaks out at Kamala Mills compound in Mumbai
Author: 0 Major fire breaks out at Kamala Mills compound in Mumbai

More than eight fire tenders, five water tankers, emergency ambulance and police rushed to the spot for rescue operation. The injured were taken to the KEM, and Sion hospitals, the official from the BMC disaster management unit said. The Kamala Mills compound in Mumbai houses several major offices and popular restaurants. As per sources on ground, the fire erupted in one of the terrace restobars due to bamboo and plastic construction work.This below video, which shows the intensity of ...

World President Trump claims East Coast freeze disproves global warming
Author: 0 President Trump claims East Coast freeze disproves global warming

In a jaw-dropping tweet, the president said, "Perhaps we could use a little bit of that good old Global Warming" to battle winter temperatures. Those states and others in the northern Plains and Great Lakes were projected to see highs in the teens or single digits and lows below zero for the rest of the week and into the New Year.

World Northeast states sue EPA over smog drifting in from Midwest
Author: 0 Northeast states sue EPA over smog drifting in from Midwest

EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt speaks in the Brady Press Briefing Room of the White House in Washington on June 2, 2017. Schneiderman in a prepared statement claimed that "millions of New Yorkers are breathing unhealthy air as smog pollution continues to pour from other states".