• Heavy rain, dense fog and possible sleet to spoil another NJ weekend
Heavy rain, dense fog and possible sleet to spoil another NJ weekend

Rain is changing to freezing rain and sleet in the morning. The National Weather Service issued a winter weather advisory from 3 p.m. Thursday to 6 a.m. As it does so, it will take the rain with it; however, the mild air will also be swept out to sea as well. This will give way to wind chill values near -10 degrees by morning under clea...

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  • Youngest Sutherland Springs shooting survivor to go home Thursday
Youngest Sutherland Springs shooting survivor to go home Thursday

Ward was shot five times in a rampage during a Sunday service at the First Baptist Church in Sutherland Springs, Texas . "It's been hard, especially for my daughter, who rode the bus to school with Ryland", Salinas said. The young boy garnered worldwide support after asking for Christmas cards since he was forced to spend the holidays in a hospi...

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  • Ritz robbers dropped bag of jewels
Ritz robbers dropped bag of jewels

Some of the loot was recovered on Wednesday after the arrest of three of the thieves as they tried to flee the hotel and the rest was in a "bag seized yesterday by police", the source said. The accomplices outside fled, one on a motorcycle and another in a auto. The other made his getaway on a motorbike. The hotel's management has declined to com...

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  • Plowing up the statistics on: Freeport-McMoRan Inc. (NYSE:FCX)
Plowing up the statistics on: Freeport-McMoRan Inc. (NYSE:FCX)

The last session's volume was 32,601,753 compared to its average daily volume of 17.07M shares. The stock decreased 3.08% or $0.61 during the last trading session, reaching $19.2. After a recent check, Freeport-Mcmoran Inc's 14-day RSI is now at 70.09, the 7-day stands at 65.65, and the 3-day is sitting at 63.87. (NYSE: FCX ) as Buy, 0 analysts giv...

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  • FM stresses need to maintain providing UNRWA services
FM stresses need to maintain providing UNRWA services

Washington's threat to cut aid to UNRWA for "political purposes" could push Palestinians further into poverty, warned the Norwegian Refugee Council (NRC). "So we will do our best to continue our services, but the reality is that there isn't another other aid agency who can take over UNRWA ['s work]". Trump's move has been welcomed by Tel Aviv.

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  • US 'Not Involved' With Drone Attacks on Russian Bases in Syria - Pentagon
US 'Not Involved' With Drone Attacks on Russian Bases in Syria - Pentagon

The penthrite, which is the base of those explosives, is much more powerful than the T4, most frequently used by terrorists in attacks, stated the head of the Directorate of Drones Construction of the Russian General Staff, Major-General Alexander Novikov.

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  • Stock In Spotlight: JetBlue Airways Corporation (NASDAQ:JBLU)
Stock In Spotlight: JetBlue Airways Corporation (NASDAQ:JBLU)

To get a sense of "value" we must compare the current price to some measure of intrinsic value such as a price target. CubeSmart (NYSE:CUBE) has declined 19.28% since January 11, 2017 and is downtrending. The firm has a market capitalization of $6,920.00, a price-to-earnings ratio of 11.02 and a beta of 0.68. Epoch Prtn has invested 0.12% in CubeSm...

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  • U.S. deploys B-2 Spirit stealth bombers, 200 airmen to Guam
U.S. deploys B-2 Spirit stealth bombers, 200 airmen to Guam

A U.S. Air Force B-2 Spirit at Andersen Air Force Base. "During this short-term deployment, the B-2s will conduct local and regional training sorties and will integrate capabilities with key regional partners, ensuring bomber crews maintain a high state of readiness and crew proficiency", the U.S.

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  • Donald Trump Complained Too Many Immigrants Come From
Donald Trump Complained Too Many Immigrants Come From "Shithole" Countries, Reports Say

The bipartisan proposal also called for adding $1.5 billion for a border wall, according to the Post . Trump also attacked the Diversity Visa Program, also known as the green-card lottery. The statement continued: "We are now working to build support for that deal in Congress". The significance of their agreement was initially unclear.

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  • Donald Trump Signals Openness to North Korea Diplomacy in Interview
Donald Trump Signals Openness to North Korea Diplomacy in Interview

The Russian president said the North Korean leader is likely to be seeking an easing of tensions in the region. Trump spoke Wednesday with South Korean President Moon Jae-in, and the Blue House readout of the call said the U.S. North Koreans also told the analyst South Koreans are unprepared for US -initiated military action on the peninsula. ...

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  • Trump Uses Vulgar Language To Refer To African Countries, Sources Say
Trump Uses Vulgar Language To Refer To African Countries, Sources Say

The sources say Trump said the US should allow more immigrants from places like Norway . Norway's prime minister visited the White House Wednesday. Trump's "shithole" comment left lawmakers taken aback, according to the report. Democrats in Congress seized on the president's comments, and the Congressional Black Caucus said the remarks are, "furth...

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  • Russian Federation calls Dems' election report 'damaging' for relations
Russian Federation calls Dems' election report 'damaging' for relations

A spokesman for Foreign Relations Committee Chair Bob Corker (R-Tenn.) told NBC News his office got a copy on Monday, and was aware when it was being compiled. Trump, who has repeatedly and vehemently denied any collusion of the sort, said: "Certainly I'll see what happens". Asked at a briefing on January 9 why Republican committee staffers o...

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  • Long Island Communities Fret Over Salvadorans Losing Protection Status
Long Island Communities Fret Over Salvadorans Losing Protection Status

It a deliberate and narrow interpretation of the law, which provides flexibility to weigh current realities and not just the effects of the 2001 natural disaster in El Salvador. The biggest worry among many Salvadorans is that their nation of 6.2 million people will see a big drop in the amount of cash sent home by countrymen working in the United ...

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  • Arrests, clashes as protests over prices persist in Tunisia
Arrests, clashes as protests over prices persist in Tunisia

A brief period of calm returned on Wednesday before demonstrators again took to the streets of Tebourba, a town west of the capital Tunis , where the death of the protester occurred, in the evening. Chahed on Wednesday accused the opposition of fuelling dissent by calling for more protests. Police have insisted they did not kill him. "Unknown pe...

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  • Disagreement Over Paris Deal Re-emerges During US-Norway Talk
Disagreement Over Paris Deal Re-emerges During US-Norway Talk

This issue was discussed during a a press conference with Trump and Norwegian Prime Minister Erna Solberg , as reported by the Washington Examiner on January 10. Working to cut down on carbon and gas emissions, Norway exempts electric cars from taxes. The prime minister was careful not to personally criticize Trump, though she acknowledged som...

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  • Defense ministry slams Japan for sensationalizing legitimate Chinese naval action
Defense ministry slams Japan for sensationalizing legitimate Chinese naval action

Defense Ministry spokesman Go Yamaguchi said that a submarine of unknown nationality had also been spotted entering the contiguous waters off the disputed islands. Japan saw foreign submarines navigating in its contiguous zone in 2013, 2014 and 2016. Both vessels left the zone in the afternoon, the ministry said.

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  • Missing Japanese mafia boss arrested after tattoos go viral
Missing Japanese mafia boss arrested after tattoos go viral

AFP reports eight gang members were said to be involved in the rival's murder; the others were all arrested and sentenced to 12 to 17 years. The photographs of the 74-year old fugitive's elaborate yakuza tattoos were taken by a local person in Thailand unaware of his identity.

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  • London mayor accused of relaunching 'Project Fear' with taxpayer-funded Brexit report
London mayor accused of relaunching 'Project Fear' with taxpayer-funded Brexit report

But the hit is notably smaller than predicted before the referendum by the Treasury, which forecast a "hard Brexit" hit to the economy of 7.5% by 2030, compared to 3% in Mr Khan's study. He said the "complete lack of preparation" is "irresponsible", " astonishing " and that the Tories were putting party politics ahead of the national interest.

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  • Patients are dying in 'intolerable' NHS crisis, A&E doctors tell Theresa May
Patients are dying in 'intolerable' NHS crisis, A&E doctors tell Theresa May

The 95% target has not been met now since July 2015. The body warned that just 77.3% of emergency patients at major A&E departments were seen within the time frame in December. "This year, with the current degree of winter pressure that we are feeling, this is the worst condition that I have ever seen the NHS in", Dr Adrian Harrop, an A&E doctor ...

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  • Why North Korea is eager to talk to the South
Why North Korea is eager to talk to the South

He said the North Korean ruler had succeeded in developing a nuclear warhead capable of hitting any target. Putin reiterated that dialogue with North Korea was warranted, and said Kim now wanted to calm the situation. Still, Washington will be unhappy if South Korea can be persuaded to resume closer economic ties with the North, for example by re...

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  • Syrian govt defends Idlib campaign, condemns France
Syrian govt defends Idlib campaign, condemns France

The main rebel force in Idlib is Tahrir al-Sham, spearheaded by the former al-Qaeda affiliate in Syria previously called Nusra Front. The International Rescue Committee said it had received hundreds of people newly displaced from the latest fighting in Idlib, many of them housed in makeshift tents.

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  • India, US can announce major pacts in intelligence, fighter
India, US can announce major pacts in intelligence, fighter

Delivering his inaugural policy address on US-India Relations at Carnegie India, Juster said US is concerned about persistent trade deficit with its trade partners, including India. "The United States will remain committed to this region - as we are to the rules-based global order - because our future is inextricably linked to it".

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  • Nigel Farage suggests there should be a second referendum on Brexit
Nigel Farage suggests there should be a second referendum on Brexit

Or was that a time when Sir Nick, who lost his Parliament seat past year, was actually relevant to British politics? Asked if a second vote should be on "the whole thing", Farage added: "Yes, of course". "Him and his Brexiteer allies have zero idea of what would come next". Another staunch Remainer, Labour MP Chuka Umunna, said: "For perhaps th...

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  • Talks on terror can go with Pak
Talks on terror can go with Pak

We have said talks and terror can not go together. Bilateral talks between the nuclear-armed neighbours are on the back-burner, with tensions running high over territorial issues and terrorism. While Pakistan termed its decision to allow Jadhav's family to travel to Islamabad to meet him in December as a humanitarian gesture, India said the neigh...

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  • Israel searches West Bank after settler killed in drive-by shooting
Israel searches West Bank after settler killed in drive-by shooting

Israel's Defense Minister Avigdor Lieberman is expected to approve for construction about 1,285 new homes in West Bank settlements on Wednesday. On Tuesday night, Rabbi Raziel Shevah, a 35-year-old man, was shot multiple times from a passing vehicle.

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