The reactor manufacturer's financial woes stem from a bigger downturn in the international nuclear sector.
Bozeman declares broadband as essential infrastructure
Bozeman commissioners continued their push for citywide high-speed internet, which would take a lot of buy-in from businesses and developers to become a reality.
Oakland A’s top draft pick, Heisman-winning quarterback Kyler Murray, declares for NFL Draft
The Oakland Athletics’ top draft pick, Kyler Murray, has officially declared for the NFL Draft. Picked ninth overall by the A’s this past June, Murray — the nephew of former »
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Leesburg declares Oct. 20 Police Appreciation Day
Leesburg Town Council will recognize on Oct. 20 the commitment and dedication of the Leesburg Police Department with the second annual Leesburg Police Appreciation Day Leesburg Police officers and department staff members will be treated to breakfast, lunch and dinner courtesy of the Leesburg Town Council and John Marshall Bank, the event's sponsor. The meals will be served at the Leesburg Police Department headquarters during morning…
Grant to help Georgetown Boys & Girls Club members learn water safety
Sussex Academy, in partnership with the Georgetown Boys & Girls Club, recently received a Mic
Why NFL Players Are So Likely to Declare Bankruptcy
Retirement is supposed to represent one's golden years. But for former NFL players—who are typically out of the game by age 30—retirement is often accompanied by a slew of problems.
The effects of declaring a national emergency over border security
President Trump is expected to declare a national emergency over border wall funding. Stephanie Ruhle is joined by Washington Post Political Reporter Eugene Scott, Bloomberg Opinion Executive Editor Tim O’Brien, the host of Slate’s daily podcast Mike Pesca, and Editor in Chief for The Bulwark, Charlie Sykes, to discuss what precedent this sets for future presidents and if the administration and the president’s allies are worried that this plan could backfire.
Government must declare ‘climate and biodiversity’ emergency
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What Does It Take to Declare a School ‘Unsafe’?
Something has gone terribly wrong in the public school system of Montgomery County, Maryland.
Zimbabwe declares cholera outbreak after 20 deaths
HARARE, Zimbabwe (AP) - A cholera emergency has been declared in Zimbabwe's capital after 20 people have died, the health minister said Tuesday The deaths in Harare have many fearing a repeat of the outbreak that killed thousands at the height of the southern African country's economic problems in 2008. Water and sanitation infrastructure is collapsing While touring a hospital, Health Minister Obadiah Moyo told reporters…
Declaring Facebook a Utility Wouldn’t Assuage Users’ Concerns
It could, however, ruin the things users like about the platform.
Why Grant Delpit is the next LSU defender Bucs fans should know
The IMG Academy product will be the Derwin James of the 2020 NFL draft.
Lorain Mayor declares John Gargasz Day after unexpected death
Lorain Mayor Chase Ritenauer declared Jan. 27 John Gargasz Day as the notable citizen died this weekend.
South Carolina declares hepatitis outbreak. What you need to know
What began as an increase in Aiken County has now spread to other parts of South Carolina, prompting state public health officials Monday to declare a statewide outbreak of hepatitis A.
Why they marched: At historic rally, SC teachers declare ‘state of emergency’
South Carolina teachers, parents, students and supporters rallied at the State House on Wednesday to demand change in the education system. The SC for ED event was the largest teacher protest in SC history.
Puerto Rico declares bankruptcy. Here's how it's going to unfold
The island requested relief from $74 billion in debt and $49 billion in pension liability.
Impact 100 SRQ grant application deadline June 18
Impact 100 SRQ will be gifting two $114,000 grants to qualifying nonprofit organizations working to create new or expand high-impact programs in the
"No Hate, No Fear," Declares Crowd of 100,000 at Women's March on Portland
There was no tear gas. But this felt like a revolution Women's March on Portland. (Joe Riedl) Updated January 21, 2017 They came with glitter-glue and pom-poms glued to signs. They came with flowers. They came with canes and wheelchairs, in sumo suits, in Wonder Woman pajamas. While they waited, they danced. They sang. They chanted. A woman with a wicker basket handed out pink roses. They ate cupcakes. The Women's March on Portland wasn't like other protests. Less than 24 hours before,…