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Death penalty tensions flare again on Supreme Court

WASHINGTON--The U.S. Supreme Court's internal divisions over the death penalty were on full display again on Monday in fresh wrangling over how the justices handled recent attempts by two convicted murderers in Alabama and Texas to put off their executions.
 

USVI governor wants strong aerial highways

Governor Bryan (second left) and Commissioner nominee Boschulte (right) with J. Walter Thompson Atlanta’s Account Director Liz Olson (second right) and Jeremy Jones, Executive Creative Director (left). ATLANTA, Georgia--As the US Virgin Islands (USVI) announces the return of hotels and resorts to....

Government to spend KSh 114 billion to hire 95k teachers

- The money will be spent in five years with KSh 16.4 billion each year for the next four years and KSh 8.1 billion in the fifth year. - Part of the money will go into recruiting over 100,000 interns as from 2020 to 2023. - The commission estimated the country has teacher shortage of 96,345 out of which 38,054 were for primary level.

West End home prices rise with FC Cincinnati stadium. But not everyone is cheering.

Some of the buildings in the development are subsidized, but her aunts live in market-rate apartments, Gill said. "You know it's just a matter of time before they buy up all these apartments and everything,'' she said, referring to no one in particular. "Then where are we gonna go? People gotta have a place to live.

VENEZUELA CRISIS - US orders Maduro supporters to leave Venezuelan embassy in Washington

Washington, May 13 (efe-epa) - The US government on Monday ordered the eviction of activists who support Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro and have remained at the country's embassy in Washington for weeks. The US made this decision at the request of the Washington envoys of Venezuelan opposition....

LS results will set the tone for a fierce battle in Maharashtra

What impact May 23 will have on Maharashtra politics? In case of Maharashtra, the election results that will be declared on May 23, will not be only about who wins the Lok Sabha. The outcome will also show which way the wind is blowing ahead of the state assembly elections that will be held in five months.

Lessons for Odisha in cyclone Fani deaths

Most of the 39 deaths that occurred in Puri district, which took the maximum hit when Cyclone Fani roared through Odisha on May 3, could have been because of lack of proper communication and negligence on the part of the victims, say experts and affected families.

Sri Lanka anti-Muslim riots kill one despite nationwide curfew

Mobs slashed to death a Sri Lankan Muslim man despite a nationwide curfew imposed Monday night after anti-Muslim riots spread to three districts north of the capital in a violent backlash against Easter suicide bombings. The 45-year-old man died shortly after admission to a hospital in Puttalam....

KCR pushes for national role in post-poll scenario

Ahead of the final phase of the 17th Lok Sabha elections, Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) chief and Telangana chief minister K Chandrasekhar Rao on Monday met Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (DMK) leader MK Stalin, as the former continued his efforts to play a key role in the formation of the next....

Delhi court finds Christian Michel weight loss complaint ‘incorrect’

A Delhi court on Monday found a complaint by Christian Michel, an alleged middleman in the AgustaWestland VVIP chopper scam, that he has lost 16 kilogram, to be “incorrect” after Tihar Jail doctors submitted that he has lost only 1.1 kg since March. (File Photo) A Delhi court on Monday found a....

RSS icons set to be relegated as Raj govt ‘desaffronises’ books

Rajasthan’s five-month old Congress government has embarked on a task that’s almost become mandatory for any new government (irrespective of its leanings) in India: redoing school books. It has decided to rewrite a Class 10 history book to remove glowing references to Hindu Mahasabha founder VD....

Yoga, cycling among disciplines missing in DU sports quota list

The 12 activities excluded from the list of recognised events are archery (Indian round), ball badminton, baseball (women), softball (men), korfball (male), 4x100m relay race, cross-country running, cycling, fencing, power-lifting, best physique and yoga.

Monday May 13, 2019 11:11 PM Trump targets Pell Grant money for NASA's budget boost

WASHINGTON (AP) � The Trump administration wants to shift money for Pell Grants for college education to fund new spending, including a $1.6 billion bump for NASA to return American astronauts to the moon by 2024. Under a budget amendment sent to Congress Monday evening, the administration would use an additional $1.

Six shot dead as Sudan sees breakthrough in civil rule ...

Five Sudanese protesters and an army major were shot dead Monday in the capital, hours after protest leaders and the ruling generals reached a breakthrough agreement on transitional authorities to run the country. The latest developments came as the prosecutor general's office said ousted president....

Equitas Health Provides Notification of Data Security Incident

COLUMBUS, Ohio May 13, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- Equitas Health, Inc. ("Equitas Health") learned that it was the victim of a data incident and is notifying individuals whose information may have been affected. On January 8, 2019 , Equitas Health became aware of unusual activity within an employee's email account.

THE REAL Welcomes Macy Gray & Maino, and Loni Love Demonstrates Proper Showering Techniques

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'Unspeakable': how can Australia stop the Indigenous suicide epidemic?

Since the start of this year, 62 Aboriginal people – 15 of them children – have died by suicide. More than half of them were under 25 years old, and the youngest was only 12. The National Indigenous Critical Response service, which supports families and communities after a death occurs, said a....

Unionized bus drivers nationwide and their employers were to hold last-minute negotiations over wage hikes on Tuesday ahead of a strike planned to begin Wednesday to halt nearly half of the nation's buses in operation.The Moon Jae-in government and the ru

Unionized bus drivers nationwide and their employers were to hold last-minute negotiations over wage hikes on Tuesday ahead of a strike planned to begin Wednesday to halt nearly half of the nation's buses in operation. The Moon Jae-in government and the ruling Democratic Party have announced plans....

WhatsApp rushed to fix flaw tied to hacking used to spy on activists; users told to update phones

SAN FRANCISCO — An Israeli firm accused of supplying tools for spying on human-rights activists and journalists now faces claims that its technology can use a security hole in WhatsApp, the messaging app used by 1.5 billion people, to break into the digital communications of iPhone and Android phone users.

2020 hopeful Biden says he’s open to breaking up Facebook

HAMPTON, N.H. (AP) — Joe Biden said Monday that he would be open to breaking up Facebook, a sign of the deep skepticism among many Democratic presidential contenders about the power of massive technology firms. In an interview with The Associated Press, the former vice president, who is now running....

IMF Executive Board completes 5th Review under Sri Lanka’s facility, approves US$164.1 mn

The Executive Board of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) on Monday completed the Fifth Review of Sri Lanka’s economic performance under the program supported by an extended arrangement under the Extended Fund Facility (EFF), making available SDR 118.5 million (about US$ 164.1 million) for disbursement.

Family who wanted double yellow lines to make their street safer have racked up for £4,000 in fines for parking outside home

A family who asked for double yellow lines to make their streets safer have now racked up more than £4,000 in fines for parking outside their own home. Scott Taylor called on the council to paint the lines after his daughter, four, was injured when she was hit by a car.

EDITORIAL: Dearth of technicians

Greenhouse farming in Nepal has been more of a bane than a boon because of a dearth of technicians. Greenhouse farming has immense potential in Nepal. Nepal can become self-sufficient in green vegetables and fruits provided the government supports the investors with modern technology, finance and agro-scientists.

Alternative schooling: Learning with an inspired spirit

Basic level education is a must for everyone, and the place to get such education is, of course, the school. But with diversified ways of development in all spheres of life, schooling of children is also going to take a different route. Alternatives to regular schooling are emerging in the form of....

Trump targets Pell Grant money for NASA's budget boost

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Trump administration wants to shift money for Pell Grants for college education to fund new spending, including a $1.6 billion bump for NASA to return American astronauts to the moon by 2024. Under a budget amendment sent to Congress Monday evening, the administration would use an additional $1.

West Springfield Town Council reviews school department's 2020 budget

WEST SPRINGFIELD, Mass. (WWLP) - West Springfield Town Council members held their annual budget subcommittee meeting Monday night in order to take a closer look at the school department's fiscal year 2020 budget. The meeting was a chance for the town council to review the specific requests as well....

'Rise up': Papua New Guinea female police chief's battle cry to women

In a nation where sexual violence is endemic, women are still targeted and attacked for witchcraft, and female representation in parliament is non-existent, police chief Julie Palakai is blazing a trail for change. The 43-year-old inspector, a domestic abuse survivor and 18-year veteran of the....

Korean Hostage Spent 4 Months Traveling Africa

A Korean woman who was rescued from Islamists by French special forces in the West African nation of Burkina Faso had spent four months in dangerous parts of Africa before she was abducted. According to the Korean Embassy in Paris on Monday, the woman identified by her surname Chang, who is in her....

Seaman students make recommendations to school board

The Superintendent’s Student Advisory Council made a presentation to the Seaman USD 345 Board of Education on Monday evening. Superintendent Steve Noble introduced Anson Appelhanz, Amberly Sadler, Trinidy Thompson, Forrest Brungardt, Michael Conaway, Trent Powell, Kalie Kleiner, and Celenne Mendez,....

BC-US--Trump-NASA 4th Ld, 0702

Contributed by NAMPA / Associated Press. Trump targets Pell Grant money for NASA's budget boost

SC dismisses petition asking for halt to US drone strikes

Observer Report. Islamabad. The Supreme Court on Thursday upheld an earlier verdict by the Peshawar High Court and dismissed a petition filed to halt US drone strikes in Pakistani territory. The petition was dismissed by a three-member bench, led by Chief Justice Asif Saeed Khosa, which stated that such issues are overseen by the government.
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