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World General Motors shuttering plants, cutting 15% of workforce
Author: 0 General Motors shuttering plants, cutting 15% of workforce

In the GM press release , Barra said the decisions were made to reflect consumer preferences and the changing market conditions. The reduction includes 8,100 white-collar workers, some of whom will take buyouts and others who will be laid off.

World Mexico Increases Border Security after Migrants Attempt to Cross
Author: 0 Mexico Increases Border Security after Migrants Attempt to Cross

He says it would be "very SMART" if Mexico would stop them "long before they get to our Southern Border, or if originating countries would not let them form". border - and the dashing of those hopes prompted Sunday's rush to cross. "We must never get used to the horror that is this President". Agents arrested 42 migrants on the US side after they breached the border, Rodney Scott, chief patrol agent for the US Border Patrol's San Diego sector, told CNN on Monday.

Author: 0 Signs with nooses refer to MS lynchings

Two nooses and hate signs were removed from the Mississippi State Capitol Monday morning. McIntosh added that Capitol police didn't have any suspects as of late Monday morning. She apologized "to anyone that was offended". He described the signs ― which police haven't yet made public ― as focusing on lynching and Till, a 14-year-old who was lynched in MS in 1955 after being accused of interacting with a white woman.

World Police use tear gas on migrants at United States border
Author: 0 Police use tear gas on migrants at United States border

Trump has repeatedly warned that the large group of migrants moving through Mexico toward the U.S. included criminals and possibly terrorists, while providing no evidence to support that. She ruled out that Mexico would become a "safe third country" for the migrants trying to reach the U.S. Mexico's Interior Ministry said Sunday it would immediately deport those who tried to "violently" enter the US from Tijuana.

World Argument leads to gunfire in a Florida WalMart
Author: 0 Argument leads to gunfire in a Florida WalMart

Upon last report, Johnson was still alive, but police say they don't expect him to survive. Police said Johnson, who was taken into custody, had a self-inflicted gunshot wound and was taken to a hospital. He has not died of his injuries at the time this article was publish, and is being treated for his injuries at an Ocala hospital. It happened Saturday afternoon at a store on east Silver Springs Boulevard.

World Trump, chief justice spar over bias claim
Author: 0 Trump, chief justice spar over bias claim

In addition, many Billions of Dollars of purchases made in USA, big Jobs & Oil!" Trump did not elaborate. Some Republicans in 9th Circuit states have proposed splitting the circuit in two, but legislation has not advanced. The liberal Obama judges who want to take away your Second Amendment. A judge from the Northern District of California - where cases get appealed to the 9th Circuit - ordered officials to resume accepting asylum seekers in contravention of a presidential order.

World U.S. border agents pushed Migrants back with tear gas and rubber bullets
Author: 0 U.S. border agents pushed Migrants back with tear gas and rubber bullets

Large groups of migrants have tried crossing the border before, with a group of more than 100 clashing with Border Patrol agents in November 2013. Sunday's incident marked an escalation of tensions that have been mounting since groups of Central American migrants began arriving in Tijuana a few weeks ago on their journey to attempt to gain entry to the US.

World Camp Fire, California's Deadliest In History, Now 100 Percent Contained
Author: 0 Camp Fire, California's Deadliest In History, Now 100 Percent Contained

Hydro One technicians will help with recovery efforts in California following a devastating wildfire that killed dozens of people and destroyed thousands of homes. "Everyone here is super committed to helping the folks here". "Any heavy rain event really for the next few to several years would be a problem there", he said.

World India Says Pakistan Not Sincere In Bringing 26/11 Attackers To Justice
Author: 0 India Says Pakistan Not Sincere In Bringing 26/11 Attackers To Justice

Timed for the tenth anniversary of the 2008 Mumbai attack on Monday, the USA government has announced a $5 million-bounty covering all the terrorists connected with it. The US already has a $10 million bounty offered for Saeed and $2 million for Hafiz Abdul Rahman Makki, another senior group leader. Nine of the attackers were killed by police, while lone survivor Ajmal Kasab was captured and hanged after a trial in India.

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Author: 0 "Good idea to stay home today, if possible" — Blizzard warning continues

The National Weather Service issued a Winter Storm Warning for Genesee, Huron, Lapeer, Saginaw, Sanilac, Shiawassee and Tuscola counties through 3 p.m. Overall, nationwide, USA Today reported 500 canceled flights total, and another 700 delayed as of 11:50 am ET Sunday. Kansas City, Missouri, saw about 5.3 inches of snow, breaking a November snowfall record set in 1923.

World Judge: Coffee Boy Must Report To Prison Tomorrow
Author: 0 Judge: Coffee Boy Must Report To Prison Tomorrow

Despite his last-minute requests and hopes, former Trump campaign adviser George Papadopoulos will still have to start his 14-day prison sentence on Monday for lying to federal investigators in the Russian Federation probe. Moss stressed that Papadopoulos' deadline to appeal was September 25 - not the week before he was due to surrender and start his imprisonment. That case was brought by a witness refusing to comply with a Mueller grand jury subpoena.

World Alabama Police: Mall Shooting Suspect Still at Large
Author: 0 Alabama Police: Mall Shooting Suspect Still at Large

Police in Hoover, Alabama , said that an officer fatally shot an armed man at a shopping mall on Thanksgiving evening over an altercation that involved a different suspect. Speaking to The Associated Press on Saturday night from his family's home, Bradford's father Emantic Bradford Sr. called his son, "a good kid, a very good kid".

World Taiwan votes on gay marriage, controversial name change
Author: 0 Taiwan votes on gay marriage, controversial name change

Social media posts said to be "fake news" have included photos of discarded bananas and pineapples which were framed as proof the government did not care about farmers, as well as posts which suggested Taiwan had failed to get its citizens out of Japan after a typhoon - a senior Taiwan official in Osaka committed suicide after the reports.

World Republican senators break with the president over his embrace of Saudi Arabia
Author: 0 Republican senators break with the president over his embrace of Saudi Arabia

Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid, Vice President and Ruler of Dubai, met with Mohammed bin Salman , the Saudi Crown Prince on Sunday at the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix. The critical comments hint at a growing divide between the Trump administration and USA lawmakers from the country's two major parties, who have been at odds over the US's response to the Khashoggi case.

World 'Heartbreaking:' 145 pilot whales die after washing ashore on remote NZ beach
Author: 0 'Heartbreaking:' 145 pilot whales die after washing ashore on remote NZ beach

This handout photo taken and released on November 26, 2018, from the New Zealand Department of Conservation shows dead pilot whales on a remote beach on Stewart Island in the far south of New Zealand. The whales had been 22 miles from Oban, the main town on Stewart Island, which only has around 400 people. More than one factor may contribute to a stranding.

World Blizzard Strands US Holiday Travellers, Over 1,240 Flights Canceled
Author: 0 Blizzard Strands US Holiday Travellers, Over 1,240 Flights Canceled

State police at noon reported likely blizzard conditions should exist by about 6 p.m. today (Sunday) and into the night. Valeria Garcia of Woodstock clears snow from her auto Sunday evening at the Metra station in Woodstock. "If you need a tow or are injured, call 911", the department said in an alert. Drivers should note the road, direction of travel and nearest milepost or crossroad.

World Snow expected to hit Chicago area as Thanksgiving travelers head home Sunday
Author: 0 Snow expected to hit Chicago area as Thanksgiving travelers head home Sunday

Sunday to 12 a.m. midnight Monday . In Platte county and south, totals will be in the 2-4 inch range. Questions remain about the track of the storm and where the heaviest snow will be. Heavy snow is falling Sunday morning in parts of Nebraska and Kansas, with it eventually moving into Iowa. The Nebraska State Patrol closed westbound I-80 between Lincoln and Omaha because of the crashes on Sunday morning, which included semitrailer trucks jackknifed across the highway.

World Ukraine says 2 navy vessels hit by Russian fire
Author: 0 Ukraine says 2 navy vessels hit by Russian fire

The Ukrainian agency claimed that it informed about the intention to make the transition in advance in accordance with global standards in order to ensure the safety of navigation. Tensions have been rising in the seas off the Crimean peninsula , which was annexed by Russia in 2014, over the last few months and a Russian FSB security service official said Ukraine had sent naval reinforcements to the area.

World Roger Stone associate Jerome Corsi in plea talks with Robert Mueller
Author: 0 Roger Stone associate Jerome Corsi in plea talks with Robert Mueller

Corsi confirmed the plea talks to the Associated Press on Friday. The right-wing writer and former Infowars editor said on his namesake radio show last week that he expects to be indicted by Mueller for lying to investigators, although he insisted he had committed no wrongdoing.

World UAE signals jailed UK academic could be freed in 'amicable solution'
Author: 0 UAE signals jailed UK academic could be freed in 'amicable solution'

UK Prime Minister Theresa May said on Wednesday that she was "deeply disappointed and concerned" about the case and said that she will raise it with authorities in the UAE. Mr Hedges was offered, and accepted, the services of a court-appointed lawyer and was also provided with translators, he said. The UAE appears to have responded to the backlash against Hedge's conviction by considering a clemency plea.

World Migrant caravan: Mexican officials deny USA border deal
Author: 0 Migrant caravan: Mexican officials deny USA border deal

The statement shared with The Associated Press news agency said the future government's principal concern related to the migrants and refugees is their well-being while in Mexico. Lopez Obrador has vowed to try to eliminate the causes of migration by creating more jobs and improving living conditions in Mexico and Central America.

World Karnataka: 25 passengers killed as bus plunges into canal in Mandya
Author: 0 Karnataka: 25 passengers killed as bus plunges into canal in Mandya

Around 30 to 35 people were travelling in the private bus. The district authorities roped in a crane to bring out the bus from the canal. Rohit, who was at the rear of the vehicle, had managed to push himself out through a window from where Girish pulled him to safety from the fast-flowing canal, the lifeline for sugarcane farmers in the region.

World 22 dead, scores feared drowned after Uganda boat sinks
Author: 0 22 dead, scores feared drowned after Uganda boat sinks

The boat was taking passengers on a pleasure cruise on Lake Victoria, a popular weekend activity for young people in Kampala, when it capsized close to shore. Early Sunday a police helicopter hovered low over the spot where the boat sank, as a team of divers searched for bodies under calm waters. "We rushed to help but the passengers couldn't swim and when we got beside them with our boats they grabbed us", he said.

World Mexico may be backing out of deal to host asylum seekers
Author: 0 Mexico may be backing out of deal to host asylum seekers

In this photo, taken August 7, 2018, Mexico's President-elect Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador and incoming Interior Secretary Olga Sanchez attend a meeting on security and national reconciliation, in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico. "In an interview with The Washington Post , she called it a 'short-term solution'". The Washington Post article cited Mexican officials and senior members of Lopez Obrador's transition team and said the deal would break with long-standing asylum rules and mount a new ...

World Afghanistan declares day of mourning after deadly bomb attack
Author: 0 Afghanistan declares day of mourning after deadly bomb attack

Calling the latest attack "un-Islamic" and an "unforgivable crime", Afghan President Ashraf Ghani called declared a national day of mourning on November 21. The bomber easily sneaked into the venue as the local police had not been asked to provide security arrangements. Thousands of gatherings were taking place throughout the country to mark the Prophet's birthday on what was a public holiday in Afghanistan .

World Moroccan woman cooks lover, serves him to workers in UAE
Author: 0 Moroccan woman cooks lover, serves him to workers in UAE

The unidentified woman is alleged to have killed her boyfriend of seven years after he told her that he planned on marrying someone else. When he asked the woman about him, she denied any information saying that they broke up after she ascertained that he had an affair with some other woman.

World China says its staff safe in Pakistan consulate attack
Author: 0 China says its staff safe in Pakistan consulate attack

The Chinese Foreign Ministry has commented on the attack, saying that all consular staff and their families were safe following the shooting. In a statement, BLA said it attacked the Chinese Embassy since Beijing was exploiting Pakistan's resources .