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Judge Sheila Abdus-Salaam drowned herself in Hudson, city says


This led the New York Police Department to describe her death as "suspicious". On April 20, Abdus-Salaam's husband, the Rev. Gregory Jacobs , who reported his wife missing, dismissed reports that she committed suicide . (Abdus-Salaam was also originally identified as a Muslim, although she had not converted to the faith, despite marrying a Muslim man). Her will dated back to 2004, when she was in the middle of a hard divorce with her previous husband, and left everything to her mother ... Read More »

Anheuser-Busch InBev rallies after profit dazzles


Qualcomm Inc now has $77.91 billion valuation. Investors might be interested in taking a closer look at some additional stock technical levels. Oppenheimer Company reported 13,675 shares. Douglass Winthrop Advisors LLC raised its stake in Anheuser-Busch Inbev SA by 33.8% in the first quarter. Jacobus Wealth Management Inc. boosted its stake in Anheuser-Busch Inbev SA by 4.2% in the first quarter. Read More »

Pggm Investments Adjusts Its Stake in Discover Financial Services (DFS) Last Quarter

From another technical standpoint, Discover Financial Services (NYSE:DFS)'s 14-day Relative Strength Index (RSI) has reached 65.77, putting it inside a neutral zone. This repurchase authorization permits the financial services provider to purchase up to 9.5% of its stock through open market purchases. Stock buyback plans are often a sign that the company's board of directors believes its stock is undervalued. Read More »

Ex-Marine Killed In Syria 'Had A Mission' In IS Battle


Taylor Sr. said his son never wavered in his goals. " He had a big heart and was a very conscientious comrade, and an expert at what he did ". The Kurdish-led YPG form about half of the 50,000-strong Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) partnered with the US-led global coalition to defeat ISIS. Read More »

General Says North Korean Missile Launch 'Game Changer'

Brooks' remarks came in a story by Washington Free Beacon senior editor Bill Gertz. Pyongyang said it tested its first intercontinental ballistic missile on July 4, following numerous other missile tests since February. In May, US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson pressed Southeast Asian foreign ministers in a meeting at the State Department to ensure "leak-proof" enforcement of sanctions against North Korea and to prevent the pariah nation's diplomats from conducting business that could ... Read More »

New communications chief says President doesn't believe in Russian meddling


To that end, Scaramucci suggested changes to come, noting: "I have in my pocket a radio studio, a television studio, and a movie studio". "I don't want to get in the middle of the president and one of his Cabinet secretaries". "We went to audio as an experiment and now we're back on audio and video", he said Monday. "Here's the problem with the leaking , why I have to figure out a way to get the leaking to stop, because it hurts people". Read More »

Teen shot in police probe of Mississauga robbery

Peel Regional Police responded to a robbery call at the Credit Valley Town Plaza just before 2 Britannia Road and Creditview Road. According to paramedics, the boy sustained a single gunshot wound to the torso and was conscious and breathing at the scene. Read More »

Another jolt to Congress in Gujarat; three MLAs resign


The leader thanked his former colleagues from the RSS to Jan Sangh and Congress, and specially mentioned the names of Ahmed Patel and Congress president Sonia Gandhi . According to media reports, Rajput, who is Vaghela's close relative, is likely to be supported by the BJP. Any setback to Patel would come as a huge embarrassment for the Congress which is fast losing political ground in the country. Read More »

Al-Aqsa Crisis Must Be Resolved By Friday — UN Envoy


He told reporters after briefing the U.N. Security Council behind closed doors Monday that it is "critically important" that the status quo which has been in place at the site since 1967 is preserved. Israeli media earlier reported high resolution cameras capable of detecting hidden objects would be deployed. The cameras are to protect public safety, the statement added. Read More »

Bartlett company sells millions of solar eclipse glasses


The path where the moon will completely cover the sun and the sun's corona, will stretch from Salem, Oregon to Charleston, South Carolina. On that day, the Moon will sweep across the sky, covering the face of the Sun and plunging a swath of the country into darkness. Read More »

Israel to remove metal detectors from entrance to Jerusalem holy site


The metal detectors were later removed, and Muslims staged mass prayer protests to press for the removal of the other devices as well. Friday, the Muslim holy day, has seen a number of disturbances and protests in recent weeks. It said the measure will "ensure the security of visitors and worshippers" at the holy site and in Jerusalem's Old City. But on top of the outbreak of violence mainly in the Jerusalem area, a move on Friday by Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas to suspend ... Read More »

Broker Changes For Cheniere Energy Partners LP Holdings, LLC (CQH)

About shares traded. Veritex Holdings Inc (NASDAQ:VBTX) has risen 59.75% since July 26, 2016 and is uptrending. Pra Group Inc (NASDAQ:PRAA) has risen 44.62% since July 26, 2016 and is uptrending. Credit Suisse initiated the shares of LNG in report on Wednesday, August 5 with "Outperform" rating. As per Wednesday, October 28, the company rating was maintained by Stephens. Read More »

United Nations warns: Jerusalem at risk of escalating violence


Spokesman Micky Rosenfeld issued the statement Tuesday to address Palestinian rumors that new cameras could see through clothing and would prove especially embarrassing for women. He says "a weight has been lifted from my heart" and thanked the Israeli government for bringing him home. A Palestinian man holds up a sign in support of the Palestinian request for United Nations membership during a protest at an Israeli army checkpoint in the centre of the divided West Bank city of Hebron, ... Read More »

Australia Captain Stephen Moore To Quit Wallabies


That being said, there's still a lot of Rugby ahead of me over the next 12 months and I hope to be able to contribute to the success of the Wallabies and the Reds with the time I have left. Moore is the 10th most capped worldwide player of all time and only sits behind George Gregan for all-time Test appearances for the Wallabies. Moore broke the news to Wallabies coach Michael Cheika on Sunday and his teammates only on Wednesday, after months of debating it in his mind, but said wife, ... Read More »

Israeli PM wants Al-Jazeera shut for inciting Temple Mount violence

Israel installed metal detectors at entrances to the Haram al-Sharif mosque compound, but after protests and intensive worldwide diplomacy to prevent further unrest, the government removed the detectors from the site. Israel chose to remove the metal detectors it installed. "Erdogan is the last one who can preach to Israel". The site lies in East Jerusalem , which was captured by Israel in a 1967 war and annexed to form part of its "eternal, indivisible" capital - a move not recognized ... Read More »

John McCain to return to Senate Tuesday for health care vote

The Senate will move forward with a key vote this week on a Republican health bill but it's a mystery what exactly they will be voting on. "We are not the president's subordinates". "Sometimes I made it harder to find common ground because of something harsh I said to a colleague". "Stop listening to the bombastic loudmouths on the radio, television and the internet", he intoned. Read More »

Embassy Guard 'Happy' To Be Back In Israel After Jordan Shooting

A video of the incident shows one lawmaker hitting another with a bottle of water as parliamentarians argue over the findings. Following the incident, a tape of a telephone call between Netanyahu, the ambassador in Amman and the guard went viral, in which the Israeli prime minister voiced his pride over the way the embassy staffer handled the situation. Read More »

Japan's defence minister to resign over scandal


The cover-up scandal has also led General Toshiya Okabe, chief of staff of the Ground Self Defence Forces, to decide to resign, media reported. Okabe declined to comment at a regular press conference on whether he will step down. He was considered a candidate to succeed Adm. Katsutoshi Kawano as Joint Staff chief of staff, the highest uniformed officer in the SDF. The latest development in the meantime follows the defense ministry initially saying in December past year that the mission ... Read More »

1 dead, several injured after ride malfunction at Ohio State Fair


Ohio Department of Agriculture chief ride inspector Michael Vartorella said that the inspection process in lengthy, as the ride has several pieces to it. The deceased victim was flung into the air and killed upon hitting the ground about 50 feet away, Martin confirmed. The person killed was a 18-year-old man. Read More »

Woman Dies After Domestic Dispute Aboard Cruise Ship


The FBI has special maritine jurisdiction to investigate crime at sea whenever a USA citizen is a victim or the assailant. Feger-Pellessier couldn't immediately confirm those details Wednesday. The 3,400 passengers waited on board the Emerald Princess in Juneau for more than eight hours as authorities investigated the death. "The hoods and umbrellas obscured their faces", reported the Washington Post . Read More »