The FBI-302 report of the interview of Hillary Clinton, along with the other notes of investigation released today, make for mind boggling reading ...
We’ve canceled the ‘Non Sequitur’ comic strip in The N&O and we want you to know why
A profane comment aimed at President Donald Trump in the “Non Sequitur” comic strip on Sunday has caused the cancelation of the strip by several news organizations including The News & Observer.
How to survive grain bin accidents
"If you get caught in a grain truck, an elevator, or a bin you start sinking right away and it's almost like quicksand," said Becker County Sheriff, Doug KrierIt's death trap, the pros at CHS grain co-op deal with every day."About half of grain engulfment's end in death, in our industry,...
A series of allegations surrounding Seungri of Big Bang may have brought down his entire career, as the Korean pop star on Monday announced his retirement.“I feel like it is best from me to retire from the entertainment business at this point,” Seungri said via his Instagram page, adding that the matter in which he was involved is so serious he had decided to retire. “I will sincerely submit to the investigation o...
I-24 mudslide: TDOT says new lanes to open on time, traffic to start moving March 15
Round-the-clock work continues on the stretch of I-24 covered in mud after a February landslide north of Nashville.
Pillager and Swanville Schools decide to close today
Due to icy road conditions, Pillager and Swanville Schools have decided to close for the day
Tequesta Election 2019: Seven-term Tequesta council member challenged; and a key referendum
Tequesta Vice-Mayor Thomas Paterno faces a challenge in his re-election bid by Kyle Stone.
London Beit Din Dayan Resigns, Cites Falling Short of Standards
Rabbi Abraham said he had been “under exceptional strain and stress for some time which has taken its inevitable toll."
Feds: St. Rose grad destroyed more than 50 campus computers
ALBANY - A College of St. Rose graduate has been arrested for allegedly using an electronic device to destroy more than 50 computers on campus earlier this month, federal prosecutors said Vishwanath Akuthota, 26, of Albany, was arrested Friday in North Carolina on a warrant charging him with intentionally causing damage to protected computers Akuthota allegedly entered numerous locations around the Saint Rose campus Feb. 14 and used a device known as a "USB killer" to destroy the machines. The device resembles a normal USB stick, but sends a rapid series of power surges into the computer, destroying its components. Akuthota is a citizen of India. He's in the United States on a student visa. According…
Hypocrisy, Misinformed, or Both: The Anti-Mining 21st Century American
In the last few years, our business has worked on exploration projects and mine sites in approximately 25 different states. Alaska to Hawaii, California to New York, our trucks and