Canadian police: Fatalities after bus crash involving junior hockey league team
Before the game, a moment of silence was observed, with players from both teams standing in a circle around centre ice. Three survivors of a deadly Canadian bus crash have been photographed holding hands in their hospital beds.
Tesla Misses Model 3 Production Target for First Quarter
Concerns over the company's finances had been rife, with the credit rating agency Moody's downgrading Tesla's rating last week. The quarterly production rate of the Model S, X and Model 3 combined increased by 40% from the previous fourth quarter.
Syria war: Jets strike rebel-held Eastern Ghouta as evacuation stalls
State media denied the reports saying "such farces about chemical weapons" were triggered by the troops' quick push toward Douma. The air and ground offensive on Eastern Ghouta has killed more than 1,600 civilians and caused an global outcry.
StormTracker 13 Saturday morning forecast
In any case, a front will slide through Wednesday afternoon or evening, bringing a moderate chance of some rain showers. Our in-house forecast model does indicate a slight chance of a mountaintop flurry, otherwise, we are dry overnight.
Facebook sending users privacy notification after data breach
Zuckerberg to provide a "detailed accounting" of how personal information was ultimately shared with Cambridge Analytica. Congresswoman Jan Schakowsky, a Democrat on the energy and commerce committee, wrote in an op-ed that she expected Mr.
Eating pasta may help you lose weight according to study
Anyone who has battled weight problems for any length of time knows that high-carbohydrate foods are often implicated in them. Now, pasta is also a part of a healthy diet because it includes fruits, vegetables, beans and other low-fat dairy foods.
New Trump sanctions cost Russian oligarch
The company said the sanctions were likely to have a "materially adverse" impact on its business and finances. The caricature shows that the decline in the shares of the company UC Rusal .
Vatican police arrest former diplomat in US, Carlo Alberto Capella
Last September, the Vatican announced that it had recalled a then-unnamed diplomat from Washington after the U.S. State Department notified it about his "possible violation of laws relating to child pornography images".
Scott Walker warns of Dem wave in Wisconsin
Screnock ended up raising just over $1 million for his own campaign, including $417,846 from the Republican Party of Wisconsin. Fraley said his party needed to understand that the "honeymoon" was over after sweeping Wisconsin's elections in 2016.
Oil steady as easing US-China tension, US stockdraw support
Iran may be faced with sanctions pressures next month and Venezuela's political issues are creating problems in its oil sector. That would be the biggest drop since January if confirmed by the Energy Information Administration's data on Wednesday.