A Crystal Lake man was charged after a car crashed into the second story of a home last month, seriously injuring a man inside.
New licences for North Sea oil and gas are incompatible with reaching net zero by 2050, a report says.
The train operator is given a short-term extension to continue running services on the west coast mainline.
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It was the 50th attack on the education sector this year
Nigeria's military has secured the release of the remaining 23 hostages from a train attack by gunmen in northern Kaduna state in March, which saw dozens kidnapped and six others killed, a defence official said on Wednesday. The government blamed the attack on Islamist insurgency Boko Haram. The attack on the Abuja-Kaduna train led to the suspension of a service that was popular with passengers who feared attacks and kidnappings by gunmen on Nigerian highways.
A hot mic caught President Joe Biden using an expletive during his Florida visit, and Gov. Ron DeSantis was captured looking distraught while Biden smiles in the background
Taiwanese fruit growers are unable to sell their crop after Beijing banned their importation.
Japan's current account surplus is likely to have deteriorated in August as the weak yen continues to inflate the cost of imports, casting doubt on the country's ability to amass foreign wealth and eroding the currency's prized safe-haven status. The decline comes as Japan's foreign reserves, still the world's second largest after China, slumps after the government's dollar-selling intervention last month to arrest sharp yen falls. The world's third-largest economy likely saw its current account surplus shrink to 122 billion yen ($84.15 million) in August, half July's level, according to a Reuters poll.
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Collie Greenwood has been serving as the interim General Manager and CEO since January.
"College doesn't look like it's fun anymore," the Fox News host also grumbled.
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Robert Woods spent last season with the Los Angeles Rams, yet even the veteran wide receiver saw from afar what the Tennessee Titans went through last season in playing an NFL-record 91 players. A month into this season, the Titans feel as if they're trying to match — or top — that number this season. Currently, the Titans have 10 players on injured reserve with two others on the physically unable to perform list.
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The “priceless” flag was flown at Foxboro Stadium on Dec. 22, 2001, the suit says.
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The BNB Chain — the blockchain operated by the world’s largest crypto exchange, Binance Global inc. — has suspended operation as developers have identified a potential exploit on the network, according to an official Binance Twitter account. See related article: Chainalysis says $2 bln stolen in cross-chain bridge hacks this year, more expected Fast facts […]
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Bullish Integral Diagnostics Limited (ASX:IDX) insiders filled their treasuries with AU$810k worth of stock over last year
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A teen was arrested Thursday for allegedly assaulting a school resource officer who was trying to break up a fight in the cafeteria at St. Cloud High School, according to police.
SEOUL (Reuters) -The South Korean government would take steps to spur capital inflows and ensure there were enough dollars available in the local currency market, President Yoon Suk-yeol said on Friday, noting that uncertainty had spread across markets. South Korea's won has lost about 16% in value so far this year, caught in a massive switch to dollar assets by global investors as U.S. interest rates rose sharply, and the Ukraine war spurred a flight to safety. "The government will strengthen the safety valve by taking steps to improve the dollar supply-demand situation on the foreign exchange market," a presidential office statement quoted Yoon as saying at a meeting of economy ministers.
An ex-police officer killed at least 37 people at a childcare centre before killing himself and his family.
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Trump resented having to sign letters for US troops killed in Afghanistan during his presidency because he didn't want to 'attach his name to a war he disliked,' a book says
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"Gentrification Is Real": This Woman Says Neighbors Offered Her $800K For Her Grandfather's Multi-Million-Dollar Home
Keisha Credit inherited her grandfather's home in a multi-million-dollar neighborhood. However, shortly after his passing, she started receiving offers as low as $800,000. "That’s good money, but absolutely not. It's disrespectful and assumes I don’t know the value of my home," she said.View Entire Post ›