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Global Media National park entry fee hike could hurt RMNP
Author: 0 National park entry fee hike could hurt RMNP

In 2017, there were 10 free days. With the increase in entry fees, an additional $70 million in revenue would assist parks for maintenance and infrastructure projects. "Not everyone can book a helicopter or charter a boat when they want to visit our national parks", said Jesse Prentice-Dunn with the Denver-based Center for Western Priorities in a release.

Global Media Turkey seeks United Nations help to foil U.S. decision on Jerusalem
Author: 0 Turkey seeks United Nations help to foil U.S. decision on Jerusalem

Erdogan spoke to a rally in the central province of Konya via teleconference on Friday. The Organization of Islamic Cooperation, following an extraordinary summit in Istanbul on Wednesday, recognized East Jerusalem as the capital of the State of Palestine, a long-held dream of the Palestinians, in respond to the USA decision in favor of Israel.

Global Media Black Women in Congress Say Alabama's Doug Jones Should be Seated Now
Author: 0 Black Women in Congress Say Alabama's Doug Jones Should be Seated Now

While one in four people in Alabama are black, one out of every three voters in line Tuesday deciding the race between Moore and Jones was African-American. "There's a lot of single women here trying to raise children mostly on our own". They voted for a Democratic Party that will have their back and always fight for working families and for what is right.

Global Media Zimbabwe: I Have a List of the Looters, Says Mnangagwa
Author: 0 Zimbabwe: I Have a List of the Looters, Says Mnangagwa

Mugabe has not made any public appearances since he stepped down after 37 years in power amid impeachment proceedings. Mnangagwa, whose sacking as vice-president set off the chain of events that led to Mugabe's removal, said the ZANU-PF congress should define a new trajectory - which he did not spell out - and put behind it the victimisation of members seen in the past.

Author: 0 Spot Check on Stock With Abnormal Activity Snyder's-Lance, Inc. (NASDAQ:LNCE)

Mutual Of America Mgmt Ltd Co reported 71,693 shares. Ing Groep Nv invested in 0.01% or 10,462 shares. Cap Fund Mngmt Sa accumulated 25,900 shares. Fifth Third National Bank holds 5 shares. The firm has "Sector Weight" rating by KeyBanc Capital Markets given on Thursday, May 26. The rating was maintained by Jefferies on Tuesday, June 27 with "Buy".

Global Media Malayali priest booked for forced conversion in MP, auto set ablaze
Author: 0 Malayali priest booked for forced conversion in MP, auto set ablaze

The police detained over 30 members of the Catholic choir group, including priests. "He was given a holy dip in a pond and his name was changed to Dharmendra Thomas". They agreed to visit the police station today morning, Rony said. They were detained after, a complaint was filed after which they were taken to the Civil Lines police station.

Global Media Massachusetts AG Sues Betsy DeVos, Again
Author: 0 Massachusetts AG Sues Betsy DeVos, Again

Federal rules can be helpful on many levels, Becerra said, saying Trump should instead tell DeVos to "to get off the couch and do something to protect these students". It also engaged in illegal debt collection practices. On Thursday, California Attorney General Xavier Becerra suedDeVos and the department for failing to process more than 50,000 debt relief claims submitted by former Corinthian Colleges students.

Global Media USA chief negotiator calls for direct diplomacy with North Korea
Author: 0 USA chief negotiator calls for direct diplomacy with North Korea

Tillerson also said about full military readiness of the United States due to persistent provocations from Pyongyang, but affirmed that the diplomatic efforts will continue "until the first bomb drops". But his remarks, welcomed by China and Russian Federation, were promptly greeted with a rebuttal from the White House and a reiteration that North Korea must admit to abandoning its nuclear weapons before talks resume.

Global Media Simmons says he will 'defend' himself following rape claims
Author: 0 Simmons says he will 'defend' himself following rape claims

And the music mogul is not resisting their investigation. His comments quickly drew criticism , including from Sherri Hines , one of the women who accused Simmons of rape and who said the NYPD contacted her. Simmons added that he planned to address some of the accusations against him. He insists he's not trying to diminish the #METOO movement. but simply prove his innocence.

Global Media Procession Held for Hero Firefighter Killed During California Wildfires
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He is survived by his wife, Ashley, who is pregnant, and their two-year-old daughter, Evie; mother, Denise Butler; stepfather, Scott Butler; and father, Craig Iverson. The other firefighters on the strike team were pulled off the fire lines. Officials are investigating the incident, said Julia Martony, another Cal Fire spokeswoman, and it will take some time to conclude.

Author: 0 Egypt minister set to sign deal to resume Russian flights

Sokolov said flights between Moscow and Cairo would restart in February 2018 pending internal procedures, in comments echoed by the Egyptian minister. The downing of the Russian flight has dealt a blow to Egypt's tourism industry, a major source of hard currency, with the number of tourists dropping by some 50 percent in the first half of 2016 year-on-year.

Global Media Snow expected to hamper Friday evening commute
Author: 0 Snow expected to hamper Friday evening commute

The Winter Weather Advisory posted for coastal Rhode Island, southeast MA and the Cape and the Islands runs through midnight. Light snow, with one the three inches forecast, will impact Friday's evening commute. There is a chance of rain early Monday , and temperatures will reach the mid-40s, the weather service said. Snow showers have already begun for parts southern New England.

Global Media Germany's Social Democrats to talk with Merkel on new gov't
Author: 0 Germany's Social Democrats to talk with Merkel on new gov't

Addressing the annual congress of her Bavarian allies CSU, Merkel welcomed the SPD's decision to open talks, and said she has "great respect for the path that the party has chosen to take" since the September elections. He said he was cautiously added that "there are different models of how a stable government can be formed". It has also floated a third option - a "cooperation coalition" or "KoKo" - which could involve the two parties forming an alliance with agreement on some issues while ...

Global Media Aarushi case: Servant Hemraj's wife moves Supreme Court against Talwar's acquittal
Author: 0 Aarushi case: Servant Hemraj's wife moves Supreme Court against Talwar's acquittal

The Allahabad HC had cited that the findings of the Central Bureau of Investigation ( CBI ) have no credibility and in its 273 page judgement, the court had also slammed the agency for cooking up the evidence , as they couldn't find any. Arushi and domestic help Hemraj were found dead under mysterious circumstances at the Talwar's residence in Noida's Jalvayu Vihar on May 16, 2008. It pointed out that as Hemraj's body was recovered from the terrace of the Noida house, and there were ...

Global Media Man with knife shot at Amsterdam airport; suspect is known offender
Author: 0 Man with knife shot at Amsterdam airport; suspect is known offender

Amsterdam Schiphol Airport has since been evacuated. A man wielding a knife was shot by Dutch military police at Amsterdam Airport Schiphol on Friday, prompting authorities to clear parts of the building. No details of the man's condition have been released by the police. "Air traffic is experiencing no further consequences". A spokesperson for the airport said that the plaza, which contains bars, restaurants and shops was evacuated but the sections behind check-in desks and security ...

Author: 0 Top British Officer: Russia May Be Able To Cut Undersea Cables

Speaking to the Royal United Services Institute defence think tank, Sir Stuart said the vulnerability of undersea lines posed a "new risk to our way of life". Mr Sunak said one of the first things Russian Federation did when it annexed Crimea in 2013 was cut the main cable connecting it to the rest of the world.

Global Media PM Abbasi arrives in Turkey to attend OIC summit on Jerusalem
Author: 0 PM Abbasi arrives in Turkey to attend OIC summit on Jerusalem

Israel sees the entire city as its undivided capital, while the Palestinians want the eastern sector, which the worldwide community regards as annexed by Israel as the capital of their future state. "It will create a situation of instability in the region and in the world". "Today your presence here in Istanbul means that we all brothers [Muslim leaders] are united on the issue of Jerusalem", said the mayor during his meeting with the CM.

Global Media Gateway tunnel funding approved
Author: 0 Gateway tunnel funding approved

It may seem to many that the rail commute from New Jersey into Manhattan has been a nightmare ever since the first train crossed under the Hudson River during rush hour more than a century ago. According to the New York Post , that'll mean an extra 90 cents on trips on the Trans-Hudson Line starting in 2020, with the charge going up to $1.70 in 2028 and $2.20 in 2038.

Global Media Turkey and Azerbaijan Top Jailers of Journalists in 2017
Author: 0 Turkey and Azerbaijan Top Jailers of Journalists in 2017

An advocacy group for journalists said Wednesday that 262 people are imprisoned around the world for their work gathering and reporting the news, a record high. President Donald Trump hosted President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan at the White House in May, praising him as a friend. "Authorities accused some journalists of terrorist activity based exclusively on their alleged use of a messaging app, Bylock, or bank accounts at allegedly Gülenist institutions", the report reads.

Global Media PM Modi must apologise, Manmohan reiterates this time in a video
Author: 0 PM Modi must apologise, Manmohan reiterates this time in a video

Pakistan's former foreign minister Khurshid Kasuri on Wednesday dismissed as "a odd story with no basis" the claim made by Prime Minister Narendra Modi that Islamabad was interfering in the Gujarat Assembly polls. "Manmohan Singh is very angry these days". Pointing out that Modi had gone to Pakistan uninvited after the terrorist attacks in Udhampur and Gurdaspur, Singh said "let him also tell the country the reason for inviting the infamous ISI of Pakistan to our strategic Air Base in ...