Southern California on Thursday will see cooler temperatures and some clouds on Thursday.
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- KTRK – Houston
Tropical Depression Nicholas is still close enough to impact Houston's weather again on Thursday.
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Rain moves in, cooler temperatures
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The announcement came one day after lawmakers came away from a tour of the jail complex using words like "inhumane" and "horrific."
Japan's Shinsei Bank said on Wednesday no decision has been made on its response to an unsolicited $1.1 billion bid by SBI Holdings following a media report that it plans to introduce a poison-pill defence. "It is true that Shinsei Bank is currently considering various measures to respond" to SBI's tender offer, the Tokyo-based lender said in a statement. The Nikkei financial daily reported https://www.reuters.com/article/shinsei-bank-m-a-sbi-holdings-idUSKBN2GA0TF on Tuesday that Shinsei Bank's board could meet this week to discuss a possible issuance of stock warrants to existing shareholders to dilute the holdings of SBI.
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Cooler Conditions On The Way for Your Central Coast Forecast
(Bloomberg) -- The Philippines raised $866 million from its debut sale of dollar bonds targeted at individuals as it seeks to expand funding from that lucrative investor pool. In a two-part offering, 10-year retail notes were priced at 2.25% and five-year bonds at 1.375%, according to the Bureau of the Treasury. While the debt sale is small compared with the $3 billion of overseas notes sold by the government in June, individual investors are becoming a stalwart source of funding for the Philipp
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The city council is also looking at legal options to push back against the state.
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"When you lose the language, you lose a part of yourself and where you come from."
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- The Week
Scientists in Egypt identify fossil of prehistoric 4-legged whale
- The Independent
Inspiration4, SpaceX’s all-private trip into orbit, is just hours from launch. If the mission is a success, it will mark a major step forward for space tourism, and for Elon Musk and SpaceX’s plans to make it accessible to anyone with the money to fund a rocket and spacecraft to carry them to orbit. The four would-be citizen astronauts poised to ride a SpaceX rocket ship around the globe as the first all-civilian crew launched into orbit said on Tuesday they were eager for liftoff on the eve of their flight, feeling only “the good kind” of jitters.
- Miami Herald
Two disturbances in the Atlantic are right on the verge of strengthening into tropical depressions or storms, and one is worth watching for people in Florida and the Caribbean.
- The Weather Network
A chilly second half of the week for parts of the Prairies will include the chance of frost and even high-elevation snow.
Residents like Chris Sims move to places like Treasure Island, Texas, to soak up the pleasures of life on the coast and the perks of living in "a small beach community with a big fishing problem," as the town describes itself on its website. Sims has loved nearly all of his time living in Treasure Island since moving from Dallas two years ago. When AccuWeather National Reporter Bill Wadell asked Sims what he loves about living on the water, he simply responded, "It's on the water." But this week
- USA TODAY
A pair of lightning-sparked wildfires in California’s Sierra Nevada have shuttered Sequoia National Park.
- The Weather Network
This November event will feature the longest partial lunar eclipse in more than 580 years!
The president jabbed his predecessor over one of his most famous claims.