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Trump Believes in Climate Change, Says US Ambassador

The campaign's participants, which also include hundreds of investors, universities, local officials and state governments, have pledged to support the Paris accord and "pursue ambitious climate goals", according to an open letter the campaign released. Read More »

USA governors, mayors, businesses, commit to Paris climate pact goals


The group is now in talks with the United Nations to submit their plan alongside Paris Climate Agreement contributions from other countries, according to the New York Times . The move comes a day after Republican President Donald Trump announced he is withdrawing the United States from the agreement, a pact involving almost 200 nations aimed at slowing the warming of the planet. Read More »

Fair Work locks in Sunday penalty rate cuts


Labor leader Bill Shorten has called the decision "appalling". Lamb also emphasised her point, stating that penalty rates needed to return to a more reasonable, affordable level in order to allow retailers to create more jobs and to assist in the recovery of the industry. Read More »

Flint Official Resigns After Using Racial Slur When Talking About Water Crisis


He was driving to a restaurant with Lyons and another individual, who he'd met that night, when he made the comments, which were recorded and later obtained by TATM. "Well, Detroit, didn't collect on their bills, so they charged everybody else, but Flint , Flint had to pay their bill to Detroit", Stair said. This caused the city of Flint to seek a new water source, eventually settling on water from the nearby Flint River. Read More »

Sudan expresses concern over Arab-Qatar rift, offers to mediate

Qatar hosts the largest U.S. airbase in the region , which is crucial in the fight against Islamic State group jihadists, and is set to host the 2022 football World Cup. "If sanctions are not resolved in short order, World Cup construction could be impacted, and plans for fans to base themselves in neighboring countries might also be affected", the bank said. Read More »

Comey preparing to testify before Senate about Trump conversations

Comey's testimony will send the Trump administration further into unclear territory. Trump abruptly fired Comey in May, as the FBI was apparently ramping up its investigation into Russian interference in the election and possible collusion between Russian officials and the Trump campaign. Read More »

Mideast countries cut ties with Qatar


Qatar Airways has cancelled flights to Bahrain , Egypt and the United Arab Emirates from Tuesday until further notice, the airline said on its website, a day after it had suspended flights to Saudi Arabia . The Saudi's overriding objective is to force Qatar to distance itself from Iran, which it considers its principal rival for regional influence. A new port, a medical zone, a metro project and eight stadiums were being planned for the 2022 World Cup. Read More »

Trump Administration Will Not Attempt to Block Comey's Senate Testimony


Fired FBI Director James Comey will not have his testimony blocked by President Donald Trump when he testifies before the Senate Thursday, June 8. Pelosi added, "I think if the President were to say he shouldn't testify, that would be very incriminating for the President". In February, the day after Michael Flynn resigned as national security adviser, Trump asked Comey to shut down the FBI's investigation into Flynn, according to a memo Comey wrote after that meeting, details of which ... Read More »

London mayor calls for Trump ban after tweetstorm

Trump tweeted Monday morning that Khan had offered a " pathetic excuse " and "had to think fast on his " no reason to be alarmed " statement ". Trump has used the policy, stalled now in USA courts, as an example of the sort of toughness that he says Khan refuses to show amid terrorism attacks that are riling the United Kingdom. Read More »

Putin: 'We Don't Care Who's The Head Of The United States'

Flynn was sacked by Trump in February after less than a month on the job following claims he misled Vice President Mike Pence about his contacts with Sergei Kislyak, Russia's ambassador to the USA, during the transition period. Putin said. "We didn't have any relationship at all". Putin said he had talked about the allegations with former President Barack Obama and with several other officials, adding: "No one ever showed me any direct evidence". Read More »

Will retaliate if Pakistan abets infiltration, says DGMO


According to a press release issued by the ISPR, Pakistani DGMO raised issues of unprovoked firing by Indian troops along LoC/Working Boundary and continuously targeting of innocent civilians particularly on June 1, 2017 in Battal, Hot Spring and Jandrot Sectors which resulted in martyrdom of innocent civilians. Read More »

Vijay Mallya ridicules Indian media

Mallya was spotted cheering the Indian cricket team in the stadium during the Edgbaston match. In an another photo, also shared on social media, Mallya was seen along with Indian batting legend Sunil Gavaskar. "World class player World class Captain World class gentleman @ imVkohli ". The CBI has two cases against him-one related to the IDBI Bank case and the other related to a loan default of over Rs. Read More »

Kachikwu: Nigeria open to joining OPEC production cut - but not right now


On Thursday, a gathering of OPEC and non-member oil producers kept in which they have geared up to extend output cuts as long as one year in order to help clear a global stocks overhang and prop up crude prices. oil production rising off the back of the Opec deal. Hence, the oil market is disappointed that OPEC did not deliver more today, either in terms of deeper production cuts or a longer extension. Read More »

Australia dollar rebuffed by disappointing data, NZ$ hits 3-month peak


The Australian dollar has climbed on the announcement, rising to 74.85 United States cents by 2.38pm AEST, having earlier fallen to a low of 74.57 U.S. Recent evidence suggests the risks to both are finely balanced. Although CoreLogic had only reported one month of negative dwelling value movements so far, a more sustained trend could mean the RBA considers alternatives to keeping rates on hold, he said. Read More »

Walmart testing store employee delivery of USA online orders


Associates are in complete control of how involved they were once they signed up. In an effort to trim delivery expenses and keep pace with Amazon's online sales, Walmart is trying out a new delivery service : its 1.5m employees. Wal-Mart's stores are within 10 miles (16 km) of 90 percent of the US population, Lore said. WalMart is tapping into its 4,700 U.S. stores and more than a million retail employees as it seeks to redefine itself in an age of ecommerce dominated by Amazon , ... Read More »

Trump Slams London Mayor Over ISIS Bridge Attack Response

The White House is denying that President Donald Trump is picking a fight with London's mayor - and that the president's comments are related to the mayor's Muslim faith. Ministers in the Tory government criticised Trump's tweets, and prime minister Theresa May defended Khan by saying he's doing an " excellent job " after the tragic events. Read More »

White House: Trump won't seek to block Comey testimony


On Monday morning, Trump upended the White House's week with a blitz of statements delivered via Twitter. Comey is scheduled to testify for the first time since his firing before the Senate Intelligence Committee as part of the committee's Russia-related investigation. Read More »

Shire Plc (LON:SHP) Recent Analyst Updates

After $1.00 actual EPS reported by Equity Lifestyle Properties, Inc. for the previous quarter, Wall Street now forecasts -19.00% negative EPS growth. The ETF increased 0.52% or $0.25 on June 2, reaching $48.03. Therefore 48% are positive. OneSavings Bank PLC has a 52-week low of GBX 173.20 and a 52-week high of GBX 477.97. The firm's 50 day moving average price is $1.32 and its 200-day moving average price is $1.62. Read More »

Ariana Grande Honors Manchester Victims at Emotional 'One Love' Concert

Cameras caught an officer in a hat and yellow safety shirt happily dancing in a circle with children and fans during Justin Bieber's performance, where Bieber urged the crowd to "fight evil with love". "And then two days after, she called me and she goes, 'Look, I need to do something ... if I don't do something, I feel like they might have died in vain, '" he said. Read More »

Bangladesh 182 all out against Australia


Nearly 12 years back on English soil, an unfamiliar Bangladesh toppled world champions Australia in one of the most memorable wins for the then Asiatic minnows. Bangladesh's failure to defend their solid score of 305 against England leaves them facing a daunting task if they are to advance. "We play our way, and they play their way, which is a similar brand, and it works for both teams ". Read More »

Johnson earns 83rd career victory, ties Yarborough

Johnson even stopped at a Hardee's on a road trip because he believed the fast-food joint and Yarborough's sponsor was the race shop. So, it opened my eyes to the world of sponsorship at that point in time, but I was such a fan and it's been an fantastic journey along the way. Read More »

'Direct Collision': US Successfully Destroys a Missile in Flight


North Korea warned yesterday it was prepared to launch intercontinental ballistic missiles (ICBMs) at any time, as the United States successfully tested a system created to intercept them. It then launched an interceptor rocket from an underground silo at Vandenberg Air Force Base in California. That system - THAAD - is created to take down smaller missiles with a much shorter range that would not threaten the U.S. Read More »