Monthly Archives: November 2018

3 Dead, 8 Injured in Immigrant Smuggling Attempt at Border | Wall’s Save Lives

SAN DIEGO (AP) — An attempt to smuggle immigrants into the country illegally ended with three people dead and eight seriously injured in a crash in a remote, rugged area of California near the Mexico border, authorities said. The incident began Thursday … Continue reading

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‘Civil War’ in France as Yellow Jackets Drive Fury at Macron | Time

On the one side sits a hugely powerful global leader who made his fortune as an investment banker, then in his 30s took power of the world’s seventh-biggest economy. Pitted against him: A growing mass of protestors seething with frustration … Continue reading

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BEAT THE WAVE: Preparedness community meetings | 22 Minutes |

Lincoln City emergency planners are meeting with area residents over the next few weeks to outline Beat the Wave, a tsunami resilience project coordinated through the Oregon Department of Land Conservation and Development and the Oregon Department of Geology and … Continue reading

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Williams backs new Fed approaches to targeting inflation | Reuters

(Reuters) – An influential Federal Reserve policymaker appears to want the Fed to adopt wholesale changes to the way it targets inflation, urging a new framework that would encourage higher prices and provide more flexibility in U.S. economic downturns. New … Continue reading

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EU ministers to finalize watered-down euro zone reform plans | It’s a Plan, Not a Deal

Championed by French President Emmanuel Macron, the reforms were meant to prepare the 19 euro countries for the next financial crisis and unite the EU around the single currency at a time of growing eurosceptic sentiment across the bloc. But … Continue reading

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Polk Salad Annie 

Tony Joe White died last month, aged 75. Source: Mick Hartley: Polk Salad Annie His roots lie in the swamplands of Oak Grove, Louisiana, where he was born in 1943. Situated just west of the Mississippi River, it’s a land … Continue reading

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Brazil Cancels Hosting Of 2019 UN IPCC Climate Change Conference 

Brazil has pulled out of hosting next year’s United Nations global summit meeting on climate change, the latest signal that Latin America’s largest nation no longer aspires to be an influential player in efforts to mitigate the effects of a … Continue reading

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