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Matt Peterson has the latest forecast.
Matt Peterson has the latest forecast.
America’s top diplomat warns Moscow ahead of Ukraine visit
‘We have a trespass warning for you from Disney. You’re no longer allowed on the property’
Senator pleased at US government for backing short term removal of patent on vaccines
There weren't just storm clouds gathering off the coast of Jersey on Thursday (May 6).French trawler crews angry at post-Brexit restrictions on their access to British fishing grounds sailed in a flotilla to the British Channel island to protest. A simmering row over fishing rights has escalated this week, with a French minister suggesting that French electricity supplies to Jersey could be cut.Britain despatched two navy patrol boats to the island on Wednesday (May 5). The French Navy said on Thursday that it had reciprocated by sending two patrol boats to the waters around Jersey.Jersey sits just 14 miles off the northern French coast and 85 miles south of Britain's shores.A marine traffic tracking website showed around 25 French-registered vessels off the Jersey port of St Helier on Thursday morning and video showed the flotilla arriving in port.Jersey's government said the island had issued new fishing permits in accordance with the post-Brexit trade terms, which included new conditions for license-holders.That angered French trawler crews and the French government, who said the new terms had been imposed unilaterally and without discussion, and that they placed unfair restrictions on French fishing vessels.An official from the French Presidency said that France is keen that the situation does not worsen - adding that France viewed the situation in Jersey as being calm, but that Britain's language had aggravated tensions.The European Commission says the EU is engaging in 'good faith' with the UK to solve the dispute.
‘Disingenuous’ former AG and DOJ misled Congress and courts, judge finds
Figures and documents reveal excessive foreign outings for former official, in final eight months in office
Elderly women stabbed with military-style knife
WASHINGTON (Reuters) -While big gaps remain between Washington and Tehran, there could be an agreement within weeks for both to resume compliance with the 2015 Iran nuclear deal if Iranian authorities decide to do so, a senior U.S. State Department official said on Thursday. U.S. officials return to Vienna this week for a fourth round of indirect talks with Iran on how to resume compliance with the deal, which former President Donald Trump abandoned in 2018, prompting Iran to begin violating its terms about a year later. The crux of the agreement was that Iran committed to take steps to rein in its nuclear program to make it harder to obtain the fissile material for a nuclear weapon in return for relief from U.S., EU and U.N. sanctions.
Defence attorney says ‘fictional claims’ will be challenged in court
Rep. Elise Stefanik told her GOP colleagues that she spoke to Trump on Wednesday morning and received his endorsement, Punchbowl News reported.
Fevers aren’t always a part of the COVID-19 package. But when they are, they may differ between age groups.
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Congresswoman says that GOP at ‘turning point’ over ex-president’s 2020 election lies
Former president wrote intimate notes Gunilla von Post weeks before marriage in 1953
The number of Americans filing new claims for unemployment benefits fell below 500,000 last week for the first since the COVID-19 pandemic started more than a year ago, signaling the labor market recovery had entered a new phase amid a booming economy. But the labor market is not out of the woods yet, with about 16.2 million people still collecting unemployment checks. "Although unemployment remains elevated, the labor market is rapidly recovering," said Gus Faucher, chief economist at PNC Financial in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
‘Obviously, these types of things are unacceptable. They’re embarrassing’
The governor said he believes his state has the ‘strongest election integrity’ in the US
Decision to waive IP protection for vaccines clears hurdle for countries to manufacture own versions
Trump’s team tried to get his messaging back on the microblogging website but were unsucessful
Justice Department and Arizona’s Secretary of State warn partisan process risks ballot safety and could violate Voting Rights Act protections