Anadarko Petroleum (APC) Earning Somewhat Favorable News Coverage, Study Finds

Anadarko Petroleum (APC) Earning Somewhat Favorable News Coverage, Study Finds

Addenda Capital Inc decreased Stantec Inc (STN) stake by 4.78% reported in 2016Q4 SEC filing. The company's EPS growth for the following year is valued at 9.63%, indicating an EPS value of 5.50% for the past 5 years, and an EPS value of 25.00% for the coming five years. Read More

Chance of rain for the midstate throughout the Memorial Day weekend

Expect slightly warmer temperatures Sunday and Monday with highs expected in the high 60s to near 70 degrees, the weather service says. If we get lucky, rain will arrive overnight and not affect much of our day. Saturday Night . Showers and thunderstorms likely, mainly before 1 a.m. While most of the day will be cloudy, a few breaks of sun are possible late. Read More

Mulvaney defends Trump Administration's FY 2018 budget before Congress

Trump's balanced-budget goal depends not only on the growth projections but also a variety of accounting gimmicks, including an nearly $600 billion peace dividend from winding down overseas military operations and "double counting" $2.1 trillion in revenue from economic growth — using it to both pay for tax cuts and bring down the deficit. Read More

More Storms and Potentially Heavy Rain Wednesday

More Storms and Potentially Heavy Rain Wednesday

A cold front passes offshore in the morning on Tuesday , followed by clearing skies on the heels of a drying air mass from the Ohio River Valley. It's one of those cool, humid days. These light, spotty showers will be possible through daybreak. FIRST ALERT remains for scattered showers and storms Tuesday that will be hit and miss in nature. Read More

DHS hopeful Clarke denies plagiarism in master's thesis

DHS hopeful Clarke denies plagiarism in master's thesis

Under the guidelines of the school, if passages are quoted verbatim, no matter what length these passages are they "must" be set off in quotation marks. Guy is a sleaze bag. Clarke announced on Thursday that he had received the appointment to the DHS "office of partnership and programs" where he will serve as a liaison with law enforcement at several levels across the country. Read More

Fallen police officers honored during ceremony outside NH statehouse

Fallen police officers honored during ceremony outside NH statehouse

A crowd of people braved a chilly, drizzly morning to show their support for local law enforcement on Saturday. The names of 34 Oklahoma City officers were read aloud during a service at the Oklahoma City Police Department headquarters. "We will never forget your officers and the incredible service your family has made". In 2017 to date, 51 police officers have been killed in the line of duty, representing a 42 percent increase from the same time previous year. Read More

Tillerson: Trump told Russians about Comey to show he's not distracted

Members of key congressional committees pledged Sunday to proceed with aggressive investigations into Russia's meddling in the US election and any ties with the Trump campaign, saying the American people need a full airing as to why former FBI director James Comey was ousted. Read More

Plane with New York CEO, 3 others, missing in Bahamas

Ryan Kelly, a spokesman for the Coast Guard, according to ABC7. The Coast Guard tweeted Tuesday afternoon that the agency's Southeast helicopter crew found a debris field about 15 miles east of Eleuthera, and were continuing to search for survivors. Read More

GOP candidate for Federal Bureau of Investigation says no special counsel for inquiry

GOP candidate for Federal Bureau of Investigation says no special counsel for inquiry

Sen. John Cornyn - a former attorney general in Texas - has expressed concerns about Russian interference in US elections. It's because he brings a judge's perspective to every post he holds and every decision he makes. Cornyn, a former Texas Supreme Court justice and attorney general, knows how special college graduation can be for families. Mike Rogers (R-Mich.), a onetime FBI agent who has been endorsed by the FBI Agents Assn., a group comprising 13,000 present and former FBI agents. Read More

Donald Trump demanded James Comey's loyalty and didn't get it

Trump would suggest that he, himself, may have engaged in such conduct is staggering", Schiff said in a statement. "His dismissal of Mr. Comey in the midst of an investigation into Mr. President Trump at a National Economic Council meeting at the White House in March. "We'll see what happens", he said. Comey would have likely sidestepped a direct question, telling Trump as he did during his testimony to Congress, that he can't comment on ongoing investigations. Read More

United States needs 'good shutdown' in September to fix 'mess': Donald Trump

United States needs 'good shutdown' in September to fix 'mess': Donald Trump

Trump earlier threatened to force a government shutdown , tweeting: "Our country needs a good "shutdown" in September to fix mess!" Top Senate Republican dismissed the idea of changing filibuster rules for a spending bill. Mulvaney added, "We've got a lot to do between now and September. They wanted to try and make this president look like he could not govern", Mulvaney said. Read More

Olympics: Emmanuel Macron to meet with International Olympic Committee bid evaluation team next week

Olympics: Emmanuel Macron to meet with International Olympic Committee bid evaluation team next week

Voting to decide the host city will take place on 13 September in Lima . With the International Olympic Committee now assessing a proposal to award the next two Olympics - one to each city - Paris officials insist the French capital city is the right choice for 2024. Read More

Former AG Eric Holder Calls Jeff Sessions New Policy 'Dumb on Crime'

Former AG Eric Holder Calls Jeff Sessions New Policy 'Dumb on Crime'

In the memo, Sessions, who said in March that there was " too much of a tolerance for drug use ", called for prosecutors to charge offenders with the "most serious, readily provable offense", deviating only in special circumstances and with the approval of a USA attorney general or assistant attorney general. Read More

SE Cupp: Kellyanne Conway is wrong about Anderson Cooper's eyeroll

SE Cupp: Kellyanne Conway is wrong about Anderson Cooper's eyeroll

Conway believes so. But that being said , it is one thing for Conway to call out Cooper for his unprofessional behavior toward her, and it is another thing entirely for her to invalidate the sexism faced by other women. Conway explained that's when Cooper rolled his eyes at her. I don't have to imagine Hillary Clinton receiving disrespectful eye rolls for her elegant and direct answers to questions because we already saw that from Donald Trump during each of their presidential debates. Read More

DeVos booed speaking at historically black university

DeVos booed speaking at historically black university

On Wednesday, DeVos pressed on with her speech, despite the boos. A number of those graduating at the historically black university also turned their backs to protest Secretary DeVos. President Trump said Secretary DeVos chose to speak at the university to show the administration's dedication to historically black colleges . Dozens of activists lined a sidewalk early Wednesday; their signs included "DeVos is not worthy". Read More

AAP demonstrates how EVMs can be hacked; BJP says drama

The code, he claimed, can be fed into a machine while casting vote. Earlier, the discussion was introduced by Chandni Chowk MLA Alka Lamba, who said the BJP had itself raised concerns over EVMs in 2009 when the Congress had won the Lok Sabha polls. Read More

Tennessee teacher planned to take 15-year-old girl to Mexico

According to divorce papers filed by dad Anthony Thomas on Monday, the 15-year-old was physically abused by her mother for months before her parents separated in November 2015. Elizabeth was flown to Tennessee Friday where she was reunited with friends and family, the family's attorney said. The high school freshman also left her dog behind, Danielle said, and was very close to her younger sister Rebecca - to the point where the girl would call her "mommy". Read More

Trump, in first trip overseas, to visit Israel, Saudi Arabia

Trump, in first trip overseas, to visit Israel, Saudi Arabia

After the Vatican, Trump will make stops in Brussels and Sicily for North Atlantic Treaty Organisation and G-7 meetings. Senior sources told Reuters Trump was expected to meet the Pope on May 24. During the Israel visit there will be a discussion about " ways to advance a genuine and lasting peace between the Israelis and Palestinians ", according to the White House. Read More

Joey Logano's Richmond win won't count toward playoffs

Joey Logano's Richmond win won't count toward playoffs

It also revitalizes the debate about race wins and cars that fail inspection. NASCAR began policing the maneuver and penalizing practice times of teams for attempting to swerve immediately after a race. So while the issue is more or less closed, Logano will keep the win, technically, but he will have to win again to receive an automatic playoff berth. Read More

Athletes told not to wear school clothing while protesting

Athletes told not to wear school clothing while protesting

The U.S. Justice Department decided not to charge the two officers, according to a person familiar with the decision who disclosed it to the AP on Tuesday, May 2, 2017. The write-up also adds that bringing charges against officers in a civil rights case is incredibly hard as prosecutors must meet a high legal standard. Read More