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Global Media Oil price slips from peak as U.S. increases output
Author: 0 Oil price slips from peak as U.S. increases output

But any gains are expected to be kept in check by booming supplies from the US. "At current crude oil prices it is only a matter of time before the 10 million barrel/day production target will be reached", Hansen noted, adding that the drop in USA inventories-by more than 100 million barrels from the March 2017 record peak-has also supported oil prices .

Global Media Blizzard warning in effect for the East End as snow approaches
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The wind chill Friday night in Providence is expected to reach -18 with gusts up to 40 miles per hour. The latest winter storm update from the National Weather Service on Wednesday showed both higher snowfall totals possible along the Jersey Shore and a wider region of the state that could get at least 6 inches of snow.

Global Media 20 flights delayed as dense fog continues in Delhi
Author: 0 20 flights delayed as dense fog continues in Delhi

The device will work on the basis of Global Positioning System and will be installed in about 900 trains, said an NDTV report. Yesterday 40 domestic and 26 global flights were delayed. Moreover, hundreds of passengers at several railway stations across north India were left stranded due to cancellation of trains. The humidity at 8.30.

Global Media Baltimore Schools Close After Unheated Classrooms Hit 40 Degrees
Author: 0 Baltimore Schools Close After Unheated Classrooms Hit 40 Degrees

He told BaltimoreBrew.com that it was about 40 degrees in his classroom. This came as Baltimore City was already dealing with its own cold-school crisis. BCPS CEO Sonja Santelises went on Facebook Live Wednesday to address the concerns, citing "unprecedented" weeks of cold temperatures coupled with aging buildings as the primary reason behind the cold indoor temperatures.

Global Media Sean Spicer admits he 'screwed up royally'
Author: 0 Sean Spicer admits he 'screwed up royally'

During one segment of the hour-long interview, Cupp brought on Van Jones to debate Spicer. "That is what, as a PR person, troubles me". CNN's Jake Tapper calls out some of President Donald Trump's false claims after White House press secretary Sarah Sanders says people are "not entitled to their own facts" following a scathing new book by journalist Michael Wolff.

Author: 0 DE governor opposes plan to expand offshore drilling

Questions and answers for the administration's proposal - the most expansive offshore drilling proposal in decades - along with potential roadblocks and what it could mean for US energy production. There is a federal moratorium on drilling within 150 miles of Florida's Gulf coast which expires in 2022. U.S. Sen. Ron Wyden says this plan would reverse that ban.

Global Media Yemen: Riyadh intercepts Houthi missile in south
Author: 0 Yemen: Riyadh intercepts Houthi missile in south

The kingdom's official news agency SPA said that the only destruction was "minor damage" to the private property of a Saudi citizen due to missile parts that dispersed once the missile was intercepted, and added that there were no deaths. The spokesman renewed his call on "the global community to take more serious and effective steps to stop the blatant Iranian violations through the continued smuggling and transfer of ballistic missiles and weapons to terrorist groups".

Global Media Winter storm slams Northeast; flights delayed at OIA
Author: 0 Winter storm slams Northeast; flights delayed at OIA

M - A powerful blizzard battered the U.S. Northeast on Thursday, knocking out power for tens of thousands of people and snarling travel amid a cold snap that has gripped much of the United States for over a week and killed more than a dozen people, Reuters reported.

Author: 0 North And South Korea Plan First Talks In Two Years

Earlier on Tuesday, Trump struck a balanced tone on North Korea as he speculated that renewed ties between the country could either be good or bad. U.S. Biden told NewsHour's Judy Woodruff that he was ultimately "worried" that Trump would make "fundamental miscalculations" - which could not only prove to be harmful for the US, but the entire world.

Author: 0 Frozen iguanas in Florida are falling from trees

If you see a frozen iguana and want to help, reptile keepers say it's safe to move them into the sun. She said the cold-blooded invasive species freeze when it gets below 45 degrees. Sea turtles also can appear to suffer a mortal hit of cold weather, but remain very much alive. "Don't assume that they're dead", Kristen Sommers tells CBS, who oversees the nonnative fish and wildlife program for the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission.

Global Media ABA Condemns President Trump's Demand to Halt Publication of Wolff Book
Author: 0 ABA Condemns President Trump's Demand to Halt Publication of Wolff Book

Blair is said to have spoken to Kushner and his aide during a White House visit last February and warned them that the British may have been monitoring telephone calls and other communications, The Sun adds. 20, 2017, I knew that we were a great country; now I'm not so sure. "ABA staunchly defends the freedom of publishers to publish and sell the titles they deem appropriate, whether it is a book from a controversial author, or whether it is about a sitting president".

Global Media US Coast Guard searching for small missing plane in Gulf of Mexico
Author: 0 US Coast Guard searching for small missing plane in Gulf of Mexico

The Coast Guard says that search will go on throughout the night. The pilot had filed a flight plan to Georgetown, but instead of landing, continued on the same course and was unresponsive to air traffic control instructions. Currently, the Coast Guard is on the look-out. Stay in touch with us anytime, anywhere . "With your help, we'd like to start a prayer chain to surround all of Masaru's heroes with love and positive energy, especially Bill and his family", a post on Facebook read.

Global Media Key moments from the protests rocking Iran
Author: 0 Key moments from the protests rocking Iran

Rouhani appeals for calm and says Iran's problems will "take time". "We expect all concerned to refrain from violence and the right of expression to be guaranteed, also in light of the statements made by the Iranian government", by the bloc's foreign affairs chief, Federica Mogherini, said in the statement.

Global Media Afghanistan: 15 Killed, 20 Others Wounded in Massive Blast in Kabul's Banaee
Author: 0 Afghanistan: 15 Killed, 20 Others Wounded in Massive Blast in Kabul's Banaee

Kabul police spokesman Baser Mujahid told VOA police personnel were demolishing illegally constructed shops selling alcohol. All of the dead were police. The IS group has gained ground in Afghanistan since it first appeared in the region in 2015 and has scaled up its attacks in Kabul , including on security installations and the country's Shiite minority.

Global Media Roy Moore accuser sues him, campaign for defamation
Author: 0 Roy Moore accuser sues him, campaign for defamation

Moore faced allegations of sexual misconduct from numerous women, which ultimately cost him the race. Corfman has confirmed the Post's account to AL.com. 'Would have absolutely seen that that was done, ' she said , but 'where we are right now, he took the test and he passed the test and he also said, hey, all these people who made the baseless allegations? Moore's campaign Facebook page has not directly addressed the lawsuit.

Global Media Here's what Edward Snowden had to say about India's Aadhaar programme
Author: 0 Here's what Edward Snowden had to say about India's Aadhaar programme

Retweeting CBS journalist Zack Whittaker's response on a BuzzFeed report on the breach of Aadhaar database in India, Snowden said, "It is the natural tendency of government to desire ideal records of private lives". Earlier, a report in India's The Tribune claimed that any individual's Aadhaar information can be bought by paying a meagre sum of Rs 500. In addition to this, the sellers are also providing software to allow you to print the Aadhaar card that you have accessed for an extra ...

Global Media Russia: US call for UN emergency session on Iran is 'destructive'
Author: 0 Russia: US call for UN emergency session on Iran is 'destructive'

Iran has accused the USA of inciting anti-government protests that started last week and said that Washington has broken the principles of the United Nations charter by supporting the unrest. Reporting from Iran has been very limited and the government also clamped down on internet services. Diplomats said Thursday there could be a request from Russian Federation or from other countries to hold a procedural vote ahead of the meeting.

Global Media Iran, Turkey determined to boost bilateral, regional ties
Author: 0 Iran, Turkey determined to boost bilateral, regional ties

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has slammed the conviction in NY of a Turkish banker accused of helping Iran evade sanctions, saying the US justice system poses a danger for the world. The President of Turkey, Recep Tayyip Erdoğan also stressed that Ankara was determined to deepen ties with the Islamic Republic of Iran in all fields of mutual interest.

Global Media Friday outlook: A heaping helping of cold weather, blowing snow
Author: 0 Friday outlook: A heaping helping of cold weather, blowing snow

Single-digit temperatures will be mixed with wind gusts of more than 20 miles per hour to create the extremely cold air. Highs will only reach the upper 20s this afternoon but with the wind it will feel more like the low to mid teens. Winds will remain gusty overnight , creating downright brutal wind chills - between 0 and 5 degrees. Unfortunately, the sun won't do much for our temperatures.

Global Media Israel has taken a big step to introduce the death penalty
Author: 0 Israel has taken a big step to introduce the death penalty

The European Union (EU) has condemned the preliminary endorsement of a bill at the Israeli parliament which would ease conditions for courts to sentence "terrorists" to death, saying the measure is "incompatible with human dignity ." . While Judaism allows for capital punishment, Talmudic law as followed by ultra-Orthodox members of the Jewish community argues that the death penalty ceased with the destruction of the Second Temple in 70 CE.

Global Media African tourist killed in Egypt balloon crash, 12 injured
Author: 0 African tourist killed in Egypt balloon crash, 12 injured

The tourist who died in the accident is said to be from South Africa. A jihadist insurgency led by the Islamic State group has targeted tourists, including bombing a Russian airliner carrying holidaymakers from an Egyptian resort in 2015 that killed all 224 people on board.

Global Media Hundreds Of Flights Canceled Due To Winter Storm
Author: 0 Hundreds Of Flights Canceled Due To Winter Storm

Kennedy International due to strong winds and whiteout conditions. It urged travelers to contact their airline carriers for updates. New York's Governor, Andrew Cuomo, declared a state emergency for the state, WGRZ reported . Over 4,300 flights have been cancelled for Thursday, with over 9,200 more delayed, according to FlightAware , a plane tracking website. Caribbean Airlines also says it will not be responsible for arrangements or transportation to or from an alternate airport ...