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Oil Struggles Near $68 as Inventory Gain Overshadows Iran Fears

Oil Struggles Near $68 as Inventory Gain Overshadows Iran Fears

June crude lost 24 cents, or 0.4%, to $67.01 a barrel on the New York Mercantile Exchange, down from $67.32 before the supply data. The United States, however, has expressed doubts over Iran's sincerity in implementing those curbs and President Donald Trump has threatened to re-impose sanctions.


Dallas Authorities prepare for National Rifle Association Convention

Dallas Authorities prepare for National Rifle Association Convention

Among the other big name speakers will be Texas Senators Ted Cruz and John Cornyn, as well as Texas Governor Greg Abbott. Parkland students have organized school walkouts and a March 24 protest that saw hundreds of thousands of people demonstrate for tougher gun laws in cities across the United States.


New York Building Wins Case to Take Trump Name Off its Facade

New York Building Wins Case to Take Trump Name Off its Facade

The suit asked the judge to rule on whether the building's license agreement obligates the residents to keep the Trump name. Bransten cautioned that her ruling only pertains to "whether the licensing agreement prohibits the plaintiffs from changing the name of the building" and doesn't allow them to do so without following proper procedure under the agreement and the building's bylaws.



"Empty The Shelters" event set for Saturday

In the Lansing area the Capital Area Humane Society and Ingham County Animal Control and Shelter are involved. "And for us, that's awesome", said Kroeze. OKC Animal Welfare now has about 200 homeless pets in need of a family. Thursday, May 3, 9:30 a.m. - 1 p.m. and 2 p.m. - 6:30 p.m. Some other rules include, rent verification and verification from a vet that all existing pets in the home are up to date on vaccination and spayed or neutered.


Arizona governor signs bill giving teachers 20 percent raise

Arizona governor signs bill giving teachers 20 percent raise

But a daylong delay led them to essentially extend it, and many school districts ended up canceling classes for a sixth straight day Thursday. Teachers must still fight for those problems to be addressed, Oswald said , adding that "the worst thing would be for this movement to dissolve".


Driver in fatal crash was ordered not to drive

Driver in fatal crash was ordered not to drive

Dorothy Bruns, 44, was arrested at her Staten Island home on Thursday and was awaiting arraignment on charges that included manslaughter, criminally negligent homicide and reckless driving. Newyork City Mayor Bill de Blasio lashed out at Bruns days saying that she should've never been allowed behind the wheel of a vehicle. The Broadway actress, who won a Tony Award in 2015 for her role in " The King and I ", was pregnant at the time of the crash.