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Wyoming sale could get local miners paid

The proposed sale of Blackjewel LLC mines in Wyoming includes a plan to pay all the company’s employees whose last checks bounced in early July. According to an Oct. 7 court filing, Blackjewel hoped to close the sale of the Wyoming properties yesterday. Last week, a West Virginia federal bankruptcy court tentatively approved the sale Read More…

The top 20 millionaire-producing US colleges where most of the ultra-wealthy alumni are self-made

In July, Wealth-X released their findings on which US colleges have produced the most millionaires. The study focused on those alumni deemed to be ultra-high net worth (UHNW) individuals: those with fortunes of $30 million or more. The report analyzed the Wealth-X database of the world’s wealthiest people and used Wealth-X’s Wealth and Investable Assets Model to estimate the number Read More…

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Putin to consider pardoning Naama Issachar

Russian President Vladimir Putin will consider pardoning Israeli Naama Issachar – Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov announced on the local RT network. Paskov announced that a request had been received from Israel to grant amnesty to Issachar, who was sentenced to 7.5 years in prison after being caught with cannabis at the Moscow airport. “We know Read More…

Man arrested in Iowa for using 'McLovin' ID

High pressure is bringing sunshine and lighter southwest winds for our Monday, helping temperatures move a little closer to more familiar mid-October levels than the 30s we experienced over the weekend. Look for afternoon readings today in the upper 40s to lower 50s.

Zebra mussels identified in Lake Dunmore

LEISCESTER, Vt. (WCAX) Vermont environmental officials have confirmed the presence of zebra mussels in Lake Dunmore. Department of Environmental Conservation officials say the aquatic invasive species was recently spotted by a member of the lake’s greeter program. They say the Lake Dunmore Fern Lake Association then contracted divers to remove an estimated 100 to 200 Read More…

Russian-backed Syrian forces storm Kurdish territory to counter Turks

Russian-backed Syrian fighters wasted no time capitalizing on the US withdrawal from Syria Monday, deploying troops deep inside Kurdish territory south of the Turkish border less than 24 hours after Team Trump announced American forces would be leaving northern Syria. Washington’s former Kurdish allies in the fight against ISIS said they invited in the government Read More…

Bidens acknowledge ethics woes

**Want FOX News Halftime Report in your inbox every day? Sign up here.** On the roster: Bidens acknowledge ethics woes – Time Out: Boom – Ambassador lays Ukraine claims off on Trump – Audible: Blammo – Didn’t mean to horn in on you  BIDENS ACKNOWLEDGE ETHICS WOESNYT: “Hunter Biden, whose overseas business dealings have drawn relentless Read More…

Man found in Yellowstone River dies

The Billings Fire Department and Yellowstone County Sheriff’s Office had worked together to get the man out of the water where he was found unconscious sometime after they were called for a rescue at about 8:13 a.m. The rescue took place along an area of the river about a mile down Old Blue Creek Road. Read More…

ABC apologizes for mistaking Kentucky gun range video for Turkish bombing of Syria

ABC issued a correction and apology Monday for reportedly using video from a Kentucky gun range while falsely claiming it depicted a fierce battle between Syrian Kurds and Turkish forces. The network aired the footage on Sunday night and Monday morning, framing it as battlefield video, when, in fact, it appears to be from a night gun demonstration at the Knob Creek Read More…

Teen reportedly wrote ‘killing people’ for assignment asking what made him happy

A Michigan teen is facing criminal charges after indicating during a school assignment that “killing people” made him happy — and later admitting he kept a hit list, according to reports. The unidentified 14-year-old boy was taken into custody Friday when staffers at the Pontiac Academy of Excellence contacted the Oakland County Sheriff’s Office, the Read More…

Research group that discounted risks of red meat has ties to program backed by beef industry

The study in the well-respected Annals of Internal Medicine rocked the nutrition world by suggesting that the negative health effects of red and processed meat had been overstated. The international group of researchers, headed by Bradley C. Johnston, an epidemiologist at Dalhousie University in Canada, concluded that warnings linking meat consumption to heart disease and Read More…

Hawaii's spike in STDs linked to online dating

The U.S. continues to see a rise in the number of sexually transmitted diseases, according to health officials — and in Hawaii, the increase is believed to be linked to online dating. Health officials in the Aloha State have reported a significant increase in chlamydia, gonorrhea and syphilis. All three of the infections were at or near Read More…

Chicago man charged in apartment shooting that left 5 neighbors dead in act of ‘savagery,’ police say

Investigators on Monday charged a Chicago man with multiple counts of first-degree murder after a weekend shooting rampage left five of his neighbors dead in what police have called an act of “savagery.” Krysztof Marek, 66, was charged with five counts of first-degree murder in Saturday’s deadly shooting, police spokesman Anthony Guglielmi said. One woman died at a hospital Sunday while Read More…

Port: If you support refugee resettlement you should support Trump’s push to give states and cities a say in it

At a rally in Minneapolis President Donald Trump touted a change in federal policy giving states and cities a level of veto power over refugee resettlement in their jurisdictions. Not surprisingly, given Trump’s polarizing nature, this change was met with no small amount of blowback. “Trump’s executive order requires state and local governments to consent Read More…