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Tropical wave now a tropical depression

Tropical wave now a tropical depression

The NHC said that the system is expected to dissipate however it will still bring gusty winds and showers to the Lesser Antilles. No coastal watches or warnings were in effect as of 10 a.m. The storm is the second tropical depression so far this year after Alberto got the season off to an early start in May. The storm is moving west at 16 miles per hour.


United Kingdom police declare ‘major incident’ over ‘unknown substance’

United Kingdom police declare ‘major incident’ over ‘unknown substance’

This sparked a bitter diplomatic crisis between Moscow and London, which said a Soviet-made nerve agent dubbed novichok was used on the pair. Britain's senior counter-terrorism police official Neal Basu said police do not know whether the nerve agent came from the same batch that left the Skripals fighting for their lives.


Archbishop Philip Wilson spared jail, sentenced to 12 months home detention

Archbishop Philip Wilson spared jail, sentenced to 12 months home detention

The maximum sentence for the crime was two years in jail. Wilson agreed under cross-examination that he would have been horrified and would remember the discussion. All of its 34 Catholic bishops offered to resign. Wilson, then a junior priest in the Maitland region, had dismissed young victims in a bid to protect the Church's reputation, Magistrate Stone ruled.


Senior lawmaker warns prime minister to deliver on Brexit

Senior lawmaker warns prime minister to deliver on Brexit

Amid pointed, and at times hostile, questioning from her own backbenchers in the Commons, however, Mrs May sidestepped key questions on customs, regulation and transition before the crucial cabinet Brexit summit at Chequers on Thursday.Asked by the veteran Brexiteer Sir Bill Cash whether she could reject "preposterous" reports that the government might consider "some form of legal re-entry" into the single market Mrs May only ruled out formal membership of the European Economic Area.


Oppressive Heat and Humidity, Localized Downpours

Oppressive Heat and Humidity, Localized Downpours

SATURDAY: Clouds give way to sun and finally, we see less intense heat and much lower humidity, especially during the afternoon. No break on July 4, with a high near 89 degrees. Prolonged heat could be expected through Thursday , with heat index values up to 105 for northeast New Jersey during the peak of the heat on Tuesday , according to the NY weather service office.


ICE protesters arrested at Statue of Liberty

ICE protesters arrested at Statue of Liberty

Last February, someone hung a banner reading "Refugees Welcome" from the observation deck. Seven people have been arrested on Liberty Island, all of whom are believed to be protestors, law enforcement sources told CNN . But Rise and Resist NYC, which organized the protest, said her protest on the statue was not part of the group's move. Earlier in the afternoon, protesters with the Rise and Resist movement displayed a protest banner on the lower portion of the monument.