• Oil Prices Dip On Crude, Gasoline Build
Oil Prices Dip On Crude, Gasoline Build

United States crude oil inventories rose by 2.2-million barrels in the week to April 20 to 429.74-million barrels. Following his visit to Washington, French President Emanuel Macron appeared to have little hope of persuading US President Donald Trump to remain in a nuclear deal with Iran, meaning more sanctions against the Middle Eastern cou...

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  • Coalition strike 'kills dozens' of Houthi militants in new blow
Coalition strike 'kills dozens' of Houthi militants in new blow

His funeral came hours after Saudi Arabia's state-run Al-Ekhbariya television said two high-ranking insurgents were among more than 50 Huthis killed in a new strike overnight in the capital Sanaa. The Houthis have confirmed that an overnight attack took place but gave no details on casualties. There were no immediate reports of possible casualt...

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  • Macron ends visit by daring U.S. to 'make the planet great again'
Macron ends visit by daring U.S. to 'make the planet great again'

Macron also called for resolving of trade disputes through negotiation and the World Trade Organisation, indirectly criticising Trump's imposition of tariffs. Gao added that due to the uncertainty of investment environment, some enterprises have slowed their investment in the USA, or even dropped their investment plans in the country, giving up th...

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  • BS Yeddyurappa has more battles to win within BJP than outside
BS Yeddyurappa has more battles to win within BJP than outside

The BJP government in Karnataka between 2008 and 2011, with Yeddyurappa as the chief minister, was marred by infighting between the Yeddyurappa faction and a group led by the Reddy brothers of Bellary, who were believed to have had tacit support of his rivals in the party's state unit.

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  • Turkey rejects Trump's description of 1915 events
Turkey rejects Trump's description of 1915 events

Twenty-seven countries and most USA states have formally recognized the Armenian massacre as genocide, but Erdogan contended that the deaths were the result of "fierce and harsh conditions" during World War I. "And it's not fair because we have such a large Armenian community here in America". The opposition is dominated by younger Armenians....

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  • Kanye West and Donald Trump are tweeting at each other. Here's why
Kanye West and Donald Trump are tweeting at each other. Here's why

Meanwhile, everyone from Oscar-winning " Get Out " director Jordan Peele to rap icon Snoop Dogg to singer Macy Gray have offered their own less-than-kind comments on Kanye's apparent bromance with the president. "While Kanye West takes a stand for freedom of thought and freedom of expression, we should all support this", Hannity instructed vi...

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  • First Toronto van attack victim identified as investment firm employee
First Toronto van attack victim identified as investment firm employee

Police said he stabbed to death three roommates at his apartment. Anne Marie D'Amico was the first among the 10 killed to be publicly named. Toronto City Councilor Cesar Palacio, who knows D'Amico's family, identified her as a victim. "He wants to make sure everyone understands he was not a hero. This will take some time". According to Dr. D...

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  • James Spann: Dry today, rain tomorrow in Alabama
James Spann: Dry today, rain tomorrow in Alabama

The clouds are covering the area, and more rain is already starting to move into the Mountains and Foothills. There will be a few clouds around, so it will not quite be a very sunny day. It will be mostly sunny for the start of next week, with highs in the 60s both Monday and Tuesday . Some rain showers moved through yesterday evening, but we ...

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  • Senate Judiciary Committee passes bill to protect Mueller from Trump
Senate Judiciary Committee passes bill to protect Mueller from Trump

There also are constitutional concerns about the bill, known as the Special Counsel Independence and Integrity Act . "The Senate Judiciary Committee is right to draw a line in the sand to protect Special Counsel Mueller's Russian Federation investigation", she decl