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Less than 20 percent of voters came out for May primary

The actual process for starting work on this June election was way back in August of 2017. Turnout in Tuesday's election proved anemic, though not unusually so for a primary, with less than 18 percent of registered county voters hitting the polls to select their choices in state and county contests.


IAEA reaffirms Iran's full compliance with JCPOA

IAEA reaffirms Iran's full compliance with JCPOA

We urge the United States to ensure that the structures of the JCPOA can remain intact, and to avoid taking action which obstructs its full implementation by all other parties to the deal. He described the three-year-old agreement as "a significant verification gain" adding that "as of today, the IAEA can confirm that the nuclear-related commitments are being implemented by Iran ".


Man accused of murder-for-hire plot in Greenwood Co

Man accused of murder-for-hire plot in Greenwood Co

The New York Post reports that Brandon Lecroy , made a $500 deal with man he found in a white supremacist online group. Brandon Cory Lecroy , 25, wanted his neighbor to be hanged and a flaming cross to be placed on the man's property. A couple days later, Lecroy and the agent scheduled the murder. A SC man may face up to 10 years in prison after he plotted to murder his Black neighbor by reaching out to a white supremacist group.


France's Macron and Iran's Rouhani agree to stick to landmark nuclear deal

France's Macron and Iran's Rouhani agree to stick to landmark nuclear deal

On Wednesday, a number of Iranian lawmakers, in a symbolic move, set fire to the JCPOA and the USA flag in the parliament to protest over the US president's decision to pull his country out of the deal. Investment bank Goldman Sachs said in a note that Trump's announcement brought upside risks to its forecast that Brent crude will hit $82.50 a barrel by the summer.


Trump declares U.S. leaving 'horrible' Iran nuclear accord

Trump declares U.S. leaving 'horrible' Iran nuclear accord

Mrs May spoke by telephone with France's President Emmanuel Macron and German Chancellor Angela Merkel after Trump made his statement and the United States said it meant to reimpose sanctions on Iran . "I do not trust these three countries", he said, apparently referring to France , Germany and Britain . But the deal's critics, such as Israel, the Gulf Arab states and many Republicans, say it's a giveaway to Tehran that ultimately paves the path to a nuclear-armed Iran ...