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How to watch 'Big Brother' season 19, episode 12 online


Will this last-minute crusade to flip the vote against Jessica work? Dominique Cooper is a government engineer living in Woodbridge, VA. Julie also weighed in on who she thinks is the most underrated player in the house right now-that award goes to 55-year-old father of seven, Kevin Schlehuber, whom she says is beloved by all of the houseguests and doesn't look like a threat. Read More »

Arena Pharmaceuticals, Inc. (ARNA) Given "Overweight" Rating at Cantor Fitzgerald

Equities research analysts anticipate that Arena Pharmaceuticals will post ($3.10) earnings per share for the current fiscal year. Arena Pharmaceuticals had a negative net margin of 19.07% and a negative return on equity of 108.77%. Renaissance Technologies LLC now owns 7,522,255 shares of the biopharmaceutical company's stock worth $10,682,000 after buying an additional 585,759 shares in the last quarter. Read More »

Two Reported Dead in Magnitude-6.7 Quake Off Southwest Turkey


The 6.5-magnitude quake about 1:30 a.m. Friday rattled other islands and Turkey's Aegean coast as well, but Kos was nearest to the epicenter and appeared to be the worst-hit, with all of the deaths and injuries reported there. Officials said at least five other people were seriously injured on the island as tourists and local residents scrambled desperately out of buildings, with some even leaping from balconies. Read More »

Driver killed after hitting horse in Bourbon County


The Bourbon County Coroner said the 80-year-old driver of the auto that struck the horse died at the scene. The coroner said Smith was a contract worker for the United States Postal Service. The owner of Red Gables Farm told LEX 18 it appeared something spooked the horses causing them to break through the fence. "You care about these horses". Read More »

Saudi prince detained for beating citizens


King Salman of Saudi Arabia ordered the arrest and interrogation of a Saudi prince on Wednesday after a video showing the prince abusing an unidentified man and pointing a rifle at another emerged online. The sale and consumption of alcohol in Saudi Arabia is forbidden. The arrest was announced on the state television channel's Twitter page using the hashtag "A prince commits assault on citizens" - which had been used by Saudis to vent their anger about the attack. Read More »

Brokers Opinions on: Alibaba Group Holding Limited (BABA)

The P/E ratio is now 60.3800 and the market cap is 381.90B. The California-based Eam Investors Llc has invested 0.42% in the stock. Shares of the company are trading at $150.82 which is just over the 50 day moving average of $140.71 and which is a tad above the 200 day moving average of $116.01. Read More »

Bullish Two Hundred Day Moving Average Cross - HFC


American Express Company (NYSE:AXP) has risen 22.41% since July 20, 2016 and is uptrending. HollyFrontier Corp (NYSE: HFC ) last posted its earnings results on Wednesday, May 3rd. HollyFrontier Corporation had a negative net margin of 2.82% and a positive return on equity of 1.37%. Since February 24, 2017, it had 0 insider purchases, and 1 insider sale for $369,200 activity. Read More »

Almost 150 Dogs Saved From the Dog Meat Trade in South Korea


Kelly O'Meara, Senior Director of Companion Animals for Humane Society International at a dog meat farm in Yesan, South Korea, on Tuesday, July 18, 2017. Caregivers say the dogs are much more social than they were expecting. We are hopeful that things will change, and that the new Korean president will advance a new culture of compassion to animals. Read More »

Bodies of Swiss couple missing for 75 years found


The remains were partly submerged in a hole in the ice. The Institute of Forensic Medicine will seek to formally identify the bodies, through DNA tests, but the couple's children are convinced they are their missing parents. It was a man and a woman wearing clothing dating from the period of World War Two. The officer also added that the bodies were perfectly preserved in the glacier and that their belongings were intact. Read More »

Get nukes away from Kim Jong Un — CIA chief


A stable Syria can not exist under the Assad regime, the CIA director said, noting that he was speaking from an intelligence perspective, not a political one, while calling the Syrian leader " the puppet of the Iranians ". Pompeo, who has been a strong critic of the Iranian nuclear deal signed by the Obama administration, said that while the accord might have had marginal short-term benefits, it does not allow the identification of " all the things that Iran might be up to ". Read More »

Isolated thunderstorm chances rest of week


Showers and an isolated thunderstorms may develop south of the Mass Pike with such a humid air mass in place. Tomorrow is looking even warmer than the past couple of day and that should leave highs in the mid to upper 90s for most of the area with heat indices well above 100 degrees and that's the reason for a Heat Advisory from noon to 8 pm. Read More »

Five Ukraine troops die in fierce clash with Donetsk rebels — BBCI


In a video tweet on Thursday, the state department blamed the "Russian-led" rebels for the flare-up and urged both sides to observe the fragile ceasefire. As the ATO Headquarters reports, five Ukrainian soldiers were killed, and another eight servicemen were wounded. On Tuesday the Donetsk rebel chief, Alexander Zakharchenko, announced plans to create a new "state" to replace Ukraine. Read More »

Taxi cab thief posed as driver, picked up fares


A woman with a limp who asked to be taken to a Philadelphia casino turned from taxi passenger to cabbie overnight in what investigators call "a freaky story". The woman reportedly asked the driver to pull over and proceeded to get into the driver's seat, driving southbound on Broad Street. As the woman got out, the driver also got out to assist since he noticed a limp in her step when he picked her up, Small said. Read More »

Amber Alert issued for LA County teen in vehicle reported stolen


She left vehicle running with her brother inside for 30 minutes before she chose to check on him, according to an online flier from the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children. When she returned, he said, her auto and brother were gone. He stands 5 feet 7 inches tall and weighs 150 pounds with black hair and brown eyes. He was wearing a gray and blue tank top, tan cargo shorts and white socks with slippers. Read More »

Parole board begins decision phase in OJ Simpson hearing


Testifying at the hearing on behalf of Simpson was his oldest daughter, Arnelle. She called her father her "best friend" and "rock". Simpson, who recently turned 70 years old, also answered pointed questions about what he was thinking when he participated in the robbery, how he spent his time as an inmate at Lovelock Correctional Facility, and how incarceration has changed him. Read More »

Not keen on separate State Flag, CM tells High Command


The Constitution has not said anything about having or not having a state flag, so why are the BJP and the JDS quoting non-existent clauses? Mr. Siddaramaiah said that on an earlier occasion, veteran journalist Patil Puttappa had given a memorandum seeking a flag for the State. Read More »

Florida's unemployment rate drops for fourth straight month


Florida Governor Rick Scott's former top lawyer will soon be running the state's jobs recruiting agency. Florida's unemployment rate continues to fall dropping to 4.1 percent for the month of June. "I am proud to meet with Allegiant Air today to recognize their continued investment in Florida", he added. Antonacci used to be Scott's general counsel, but now works as executive director of the South Florida Water Management District. Read More »

North Korea 'carries out public executions on school grounds'


Secretary of State Rex Tillerson stated that Xi had acknowledged that the situation involving North Korea had reached "a very serious stage". "In order to bring North Korea into productive talks, we need to show that we're willing to give the North what it really wants", Gu said . Read More »

Canada's annual inflation rates eases to 1% in June

It also vowed to wait for more economic data before committing to its next move. The Canadian dollar strengthened, hitting C$1.2547 to the greenback, or 79.70 USA cents, up from C$1.2595, or 75.40 US cents. Statistics Canada said energy prices, led by a drop in the cost of gasoline, decreased in the 12 months to June after the previous month's increase. Read More »

Duterte: I'll never visit 'lousy' US


Duterte made the declaration as he expressed anger at a US Congress human rights commission hearing where various advocate groups assailed his bloody war on drugs. Trump came under heavy criticism in Washington when he invited Duterte to the White House during a telephone conversation in April. Duterte was responding to remarks by Massachusetts Congressman James McGovern, who told a hearing of the Tom Lantos Human Rights Commission that he would protest against such a visit if US President ... Read More »

Krauthammer: 'Only a Matter of Time' Before Sessions Quits


The White House had been working hard to figure out how to revive the Senate's health care bill. "It was so wrong, and I was with groups of people ". She also reiterated Trump's concern about the scope of Mueller's investigation, saying it "should stay in the confines of meddling, Russian Federation meddling, and the election and nothing beyond that". Read More »

EPS for Pembina Pipeline Corp (PPL) Expected At $0.36

It closed at $22.2 lastly. It has underperformed by 1.25% the S&P500. Therefore 100% are positive. American International Group Inc.'s holdings in Pembina Pipeline Corp . The stock had a trading volume of 319,192 shares. Another trade for 17,920 shares valued at $2.11M was made by Hooley Stephen C on Wednesday, March 15. Read More »

Pentagon Stops $300 Million Payment to Pakistan, Citing Terrorist Fight

The Pentagon's decision came ahead of a review of U.S. policy on Afghanistan and Pakistan. The US state department's "Country Report on Terrorism 2016" released on Wednesday also claimed that "Pakistan did not take sufficient action against other externally focused groups, such as Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) and Jaish-e-Mohammed (JeM) in 2016, which continued to operate, train, organise, and fundraise in Pakistan". Read More »