OTTAWA — Justin Trudeau says he’s received a “great” report from former Liberal cabinet minister Anne McLellan on the SNC-Lavalin affair.But the prime minister says it won’t be made public until federal ethics commissioner Mario Dion releases his own report into the explosive affair that rocked the government last winter and sent Liberal popularity on a downward slide from which the party has not yet fully recovered.Dion’s office won’t comment on the status of his investigation but Liberal insiders privately expect the report will be released in early September — just as the campaign for the Oct. 21 election moves into high gear.Trudeau is likely hoping to blunt the impact of a potentially damaging report from the ethics commissioner by releasing McLellan’s report at the same time.He appointed her to analyze and make recommendations on questions that arose out of the SNC-Lavalin affair, including whether the roles of minister of justice and attorney general should be separated.The affair revolved around an allegation by former attorney general Jody Wilson-Raybould that she was improperly pressured by the Prime Minister’s Office to halt a criminal prosecution of the Montreal engineering giant. The Canadian Press
Tony Danza was Master of Ceremonies at the Voices Against Brain Cancer Join The Voices Run/Walk in New York City’s Central Park on December 2.Tony Danza speaks to a crowd of 10,000+ participants to help raise awareness for brain cancer and brain tumor research.Credit/Copyright: Photos via Chris Thatcher, 5WPRVoices Against Brain Cancer was started in loving memory of Gary Lichtenstein who lost his valiant battle with brain cancer on October 1, 2003. Gary was living in Chicago and working as an options trader at Wolverine Trading when he was diagnosed with a brain tumor in March of 2003. He was 24 years old at the time. After three months of radiation, Gary slipped into a coma from which he did not recover. Soon after his passing, Gary’s family started Voices Against Brain Cancer to raise money and awareness for the fight against this illness.Michael Weiner, Executive Director of the MLBPA, is awarded by Voices Against Brain Cancer founder, Mario Lichtenstein, and Tony Danza for his encouraging support to help raise funds for brain cancer researchCredit/Copyright: Photos via Chris Thatcher, 5WPRThe charity’s mission is to find a cure for brain cancer by advancing scientific research, increasing awareness within the medical community and supporting patients, their families and caregivers afflicted with this devastating disease.Olympic Silver Medalist Sasha Cohen, Voices Against Brain Cancer founder Mario Lichtenstein, Kayla Thomas and Tony Danza – Kayla is awarded for her contributions toward advancing brain cancer research, including raising over $7k in this year’s Run/WalkCredit/Copyright: Photos via Chris Thatcher, 5WPR
MCM sponsored the Daily Front Row’s fourth annual Los Angeles Fashion Awards and VIP After Party highlighting the brand’s largest philanthropic partnership with (RED), held at the iconic The Beverly Hills Hotel on Sunday, April 8th with the award show seated in the Crystal Ballroom and the after party located directly above at Bar Nineteen 12.Paris Hilton at MCM x (RED) Daily Front Row FLA After PartyCredit/Copyright: Hannah Turner-Harts/Daily Front RowHosted by Derek Blasberg, the award show honors celebrities, stylists, designers and emerging talent including Emily Ratajkowski, Jen Atkin, Jeremy Scott, Phillip Plein, Kate Young, Wendi & Nicole Ferreira, Jamie Mizrahi, Cami Morrone, Alexi Lubomirski and Stuart Vevers whose awards were presented by notable industry colleagues such as Nicole Richie, Paris Jackson, Kris Jenner, Rowan Blanchard, Sebastian Feana, Trey Laird and more. Both the awards and VIP after party were filled with A-list talent and industry insiders such as Chrissy Teigen and John Legend, Francis Bean Cobain, Paris Hilton, Tommy Hilfiger, Jhene Aiko, Joel Madden, Leona Lewis, Normani, Serayah, George Kotsiopoulos, Marianna Hewitt, Caroline Vreeland, Johannes Huebl, Cordell Broadus, EJ Johnson, Suede Brooks, Erin Foster, Erika Costell, Charlotte MicKinney, Charlie Plummer, Joey King, Kiersey Clemons, Sarunas Jackson, Lisa Rinna, Nicole Williams, Shaun Ross, Tessa Brooks, Zara Larsson and more.Caroline Vreeland and Caroline Daur at MCM x (RED) Daily Front Row FLA After PartyCredit/Copyright: Hannah Turner-Harts/Daily Front RowParty-goers enjoyed music by DJ Illanoise (Raphael Woods) while raising awareness for the MCM x (RED) philanthropic partnership by posing for multiple photo moments with the larger than life MCM Visetos Bear wearing MCM x (RED) accessories, the interactive MCM animal doll installation as well as the MCM heritage travel trunk display. Guests also tried out the new MCM x WizPak exclusive backpack style with built-in BlueTooth speakers while enjoying festive cocktails and tasty treats throughout the evening.
APTN National NewsA Saskatchewan chief has been removed from his post.This, after the federal Aboriginal Affairs department claimed there was vote buying in the January 2011 band election.APTN National News reporter Larissa Burnouf has this story.
The adult female, a resident of Dawson Creek, was arrested and later released for a future court date in Dawson Creek. DAWSON CREEK, B.C. – Dawson Creek RCMP conducted an investigation on an individual known to be involved in the drug trade.According to RCMP, the investigation took place on March 11, 2019 and as a result of the investigation, RCMP executed a CDSA search warrant at her residence.During the search, Police say they seized cash, drug paraphernalia, a prohibited firearm, and a number of drugs believed to be Cocaine, Meth, Hash, Fentynal, Oxycodone and Heroin.
Casablanca- The national economy is expected to grow by 2.4 pc in 2014, against 4.4 pc in 2013, said, Wednesday in Casablanca, High Commissioner for Planning, Ahmed Lahlimi Alami.This growth will help create 60,000 jobs, he said at the presentation of the “2014 Forecast Budget”, adding that the unemployment rate is expected to reach 9.8 pc at the national level in 2014 , against 9.1 pc a year earlier. “This year will be marked by an increase in global demand for Morocco by 4.7 pc up from 1.6 pc in 2013, and a downward trend in commodity prices on international markets,”Lahlimi stated, noting that the average price of oil increased from 104.1 dollars per barrel in 2013 to 103.8 in 2014. He said the price index for non-energy commodities would be marked by a further decline of about 4.2 pc, compared to the 1.5 pc in 2013.In terms of sectoral developments, the High Commissioner for Planning stated that the growth of non-agricultural activities is expected to be 3.6 pc, instead of 2 pc in 2013.In terms of domestic demand, Lahlimi said it will continue to be the driving force of national economic growth, contributing 2.6 points against 2.8 points in 2013.The contribution of external demand to growth in gross domestic product (GDP) would remain negative (around 0.1 percentage points in 2014), down from 1.6 points in 2013, he said.The forecasts for 2014 are established on the basis of an average scenario for agricultural production during the 2013-2014 crop year, and the new fiscal and budgetary measures announced in the 2014 finance bill, including expenditures, and subsidies.© Morocco World News. All Rights Reserved. This material may not be published, rewritten or redistributed
Rabat – Around 250 triathletes will take part in Rabat Triathlon, which will be held Saturday on the shores of Bouregreg, as part of the “Rabat capital of Arab youth” event, held under the high patronage of King Mohammed VI, organizers said on Thursday.Organized by the Ministry of Youth and Sports, in partnership with the Moroccan Royal Federation of Sports for All, this sporting event will bring together young people from different Arab countries and all regions of Morocco, with the aim of promoting culture and the principles of the Olympic movement that advocates coexistence and peace among peoples, the organizers pointed out in a statement.This sporting event is also intended to anchor cooperation and solidarity values and promote triathlon, which has recently become an Olympic sport, both nationally and in the Arab world, said the statement issued on the sidelines of a press conference held in Rabat in the presence of Minister of Youth and Sports, Lahcen Sekkouri, President of the Royal Moroccan Federation of Sports for All, Nezha Bidouane and President of the Arab Union and the African Union of Triathlon, Ahmad Nasser, as well as officials of the organizing committee and the Arab Union. The program of this competition includes in particular swimming (750 m), cycling in a closed circuit (20 km) and running in a closed circuit (5 km).With MAP
ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. — Will the fourth time be the charm for Atlantic City’s former Atlantic Club casino?The Boardwalk property, which has been shuttered since January 2014, has been sold to a New York firm.Florida real estate company TJM Properties says it sold the former casino to investment and construction firm Colosseo Atlantic City. The purchase price was not revealed.TJM has been trying for years without success to sell the property — and make the deal stick. Three previous sales have fallen through.Company president Rocco Sebastiani says he plans to run the building as an 800-room, non-gambling hotel after conducting major renovations.The Atlantic Club formerly did business as Steve Wynn’s Golden Nugget before a series of ownership changes.___Follow Wayne Parry at http://twitter.com/WayneParryACWayne Parry, The Associated Press
Good morning!A new impeachment circus will land in Washington D.C. today and investors are already feeling jittery, piling in on gold and fleeing equities.BMO Capital Market says that while an impeachment inquiry is “highly unlikely” to lead to the U.S. President’s dismissal from office, given the two-thirds vote required for conviction in the Senate (which means at least 20 Republicans will vote guilty), “it could distract Congress from ratifying the USMCA and distract the President from signing a trade deal with China.”RBC Capital Markets, which surveyed clients in September to assess the market’s mood, says investors were feeling better in its latest survey, but that was before Trump’s Ukraine scandal blew up, leading to an impeachment inquiry. While the bank did not ask the impeachment question this time around, its June survey — when the Robert Mueller report was the talk of Washington — suggested that 57 per cent felt a Trump impeachment without conviction would be neutral for stocks.“We tend to agree with the neutral assessment on the latter scenario, but note that it could have a more adverse impact on the market if it appears to lower Trump’s chances of winning re-election, or Biden’s chances for winning the nomination, given that a win by a progressive Democrat is clearly viewed as a negative scenario for stocks by investors today,” RBC said in its report.Story continues belowThis advertisement has not loaded yet,but your article continues below.Here’s what’s you need to know this morning:Scheer’s small biz breaks isn’t really for ‘mom and pop’ Kik was controversial success story. Now its future is up in the air Canada’s top 1% saw fastest income acceleration, overall decrease in taxes Oceans, glaciers at increasing risk, including Canada’s: climate report Case of 11 disqualified Ontario pot shop licence applicants in court today Trump impeachment? History suggests Wall Street ought not worry Dollar recovers from Trump impeachment damage, trade tensions hit yuan, Aussie Huawei CFO fighting U.S. extradition says her rights were violated Aramco is set to formally announce listing plan next month Andrew Scheer says the carbon tax ‘has been proven to fail’ Johnson flies back to face UK parliament as Brexit chaos deepens Philip Morris, Altria abandon merger talks; Juul CEO steps down Down to Business podcast: What our politicians really need to do to make housing affordable John Ivison: Scheer’s endless spending promises are giving the Liberals an easy stick to beat him with Terence Corcoran: Impeachment hearings could come back to bite the Democrats Leaving Canada’s oil in the ground doesn’t only hurt the economy — it hurts the environment, too The Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce hosts its annual Eastern Institutional Investor Conference in Montreal NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh will announce the NDP’s New Deal in Vancouver; Green Leader Elizabeth May in Halifax and Montreal; Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer in Quebec; Leader of the Liberal Party of Canada, Justin Trudeau in Thunder Bay, Ont. and Delta B.C.; Maxime Bernier, Leader of the People’s Party of Canada, in B.C. U.S. Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao speaks to the Montreal Council on Foreign Relations about global transportation challenges in Montreal Policy Options hosts a breakfast panel on emerging policy themes in the 2019 federal election campaign The Elevate tech conference in Toronto Disclosure application hearing for Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou’s case in Vancouver Corporate Event: AGF Management Q3 conference call BlackBerry Ltd.’s big earnings miss and lower forward guidance had the shares tumbling more than 20 per cent to a four-year low early Tuesday.BlackBerry’s Internet-of-Things (IoT) division and Cylance cyber security unit both missed consensus estimates and contributed to the miss, according to analysts.RBC Dominion Securities cut its price target for the Waterloo-based company to $7.50, from $9, noting that it remains a “show me” story.“The investor debate on BlackBerry stems from the company’s future opportunity compared to its current momentum,” wrote analyst Paul Treiber in a note to clients. “Licensing and BTS appears the healthiest, given design win momentum which may drive stronger growth. For other opportunities like ESS and Radar, limited near-term growth reduces long-term visibility. Cylance is early, and Cylance’s lower growth vs. some competitors creates uncertainty.”— Please send your news, comments and stories to email@example.com. — Yadullah Hussain @pamheavenWith files from The Canadian Press, Thomson Reuters and Bloomberg
Updated 7.39pmFINANCE MINISTER MICHAEL Noonan expects that there will be a new Cabinet in place by Wednesday.Taoiseach Enda Kenny and new Tánaiste Joan Burton also discussed the upcoming reshuffle during a five-hour meeting earlier today.The pair also focused the coalition’s agenda, and what policies will be pursued over the remaining lifetime of the government.Talks are due to continue tomorrow morning after Cabinet’s weekly meeting.Speaking in Brussels, Noonan said that he does not expect dramatic refocusing of the government’s agenda but said he expects issues like social housing will be at the forefront.On the reshuffle he said that it will be “reasonably significant” because of the vacancies that have arisen in Labour and Fine Gael.“I’d expect we’ll have a new Cabinet announced by Wednesday,” he told reporters.He added that he expected the nomination of Ireland’s next EU Commissioner to be part of that process. Fine Gael’s Phil Hogan is widely tipped to take the role ahead of Labour’s Eamon GilmoreHe was speaking as Enda Kenny and the newly-appointed Tánaiste Joan Burton are meeting at Government Buildings today.Kenny is meeting Burton for the first time since she was elected as leader of the Labour Party on Friday.Kenny and Burton have been in contact by phone over the weekend and the Tánaiste sent the Taoiseach a document outlining her position on key issues over the weekend.She has already prioritised social housing and the establishment of a low-pay commission in the remaining lifetime of this government.The pair met for preliminary talks with one of the key items on the agenda being the imminent Cabinet reshuffle.Read: Here are the 9 things you need to know about the imminent Cabinet reshuffle‘Full and frank discussion’ Source: Leon Farrell/Photocall IrelandSpeaking on her way into Government Buildings this morning Burton said she expects a “full and a frank discussion”.“I think we both want the government continue its mandate and we want to chart a pathway to basically a better Ireland,” she said.Kenny said he is looking forward to meeting the new Tanaiste, saying: ”We have business to conduct on behalf of the country,” he said. “What the people want is a continuation of government that will work in the interests of the people of Ireland.”“I’ve seen all the wonderful speculation in the last few days I’ve seen at least 10 different Cabinets outlined. What the people want is a government that’s working in the interests of the country.”There are indications that the reshuffle may not happen until later in the week.Many reports this morning say that key roles in the cabinet are the main cause of friction between Labour and Fine Gael.This means tomorrow’s usual weekly meeting of Cabinet will go ahead with the current crop of ministers including ex-tánaiste Eamon Gilmore who remains Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade.In the reshuffle, RTÉ says that Labour is interested in Enterprise and Employment, with Labour’s new deputy leader Alan Kelly set to take on the important role.First published 7.15am – additional reporting Paul HosfordRead: Joan Burton is the new leader of the Labour PartyRead: Burton’s social housing promises ‘can’t be more spin’
HONG KONG: As a tear gas canister clatters onto a street in Hong Kong, a pro-democracy protester wearing heat-proof gloves and carrying a traffic cone sprints from the crowd to put it out. Police have ramped up their use of the crowd control measure as two months of rallies in the global financial hub have turned increasingly violent, peaking with 800 rounds fired on Monday in what protesters called a “tear gas buffet”. Also Read – US judge dismissed criminal case against Jeffrey Epstein Advertise With Us Hardcore demonstrators are responding with ever more creative methods to neutralise the threat, harnessing everything from traffic cones to kitchenware. Their arsenal includes several must-haves: heat-resistant gloves, so they can pick up searingly hot canisters, and respirators that have been dubbed “pig snouts” in Cantonese. Online forums host discussions on which models of 3M respirator filters work best against tear gas, and which local hardware stores still have the preferred models in stock. Also Read – Watch: Donald Trump says Florida faces absolute monster hurricane Advertise With Us “I really need to get one! The good masks are already very hard to find on the street,” wrote one commenter. On the streets, protesters compare notes on their equipment and offer tips. After police fired tear gas at protesters hurling bottles and bricks on Monday, one bystander gasped and rubbed his eyes, attracting the attention of a passing demonstrator who handed him a mask. Advertise With Us “This one’s not the good one but it will work,” he said. “You’ve always got to carry one!” Demonstrators have formed special “units” in charge of tackling tear gas, which leap into action as soon as a canister is fired. Some wrap their arms and legs in cling wrap to prevent the painful skin irritations that the gas and pepper spray can cause, and they carry saline to rinse the eyes of anyone affected. Canisters are sometimes picked up and lobbed back at police or extinguished straight away with water bottles. Some carry traffic cones, which can be popped on top of canisters to contain the gas before protesters douse them with water. Months of street battles against police have allowed protesters to develop a sophisticated response to crowd control techniques, said Tony Davis, a Bangkok-based security analyst with IHS Jane’s. “What’s happening in Hong Kong allows the protesters to learn and they’re developing skills,” he said. “They’re becoming in a sense, an organised army, which they certainly weren’t in the first phase.” They might be an “army”, but their equipment is mostly improvised, with one recent tool of choice coming straight from the kitchen. When police fired tear gas at residents in the working-class neighbourhood of Wong Tai Sin, a local grabbed a cheap aluminium wok lid to snuff out the gas. The cooking lids have now become standard issue for some protesters — part of an arsenal that also includes umbrellas and even swimming goggles to protect against pepper spray. While tear gas is a common crowd control method worldwide, it had rarely been seen in Hong Kong before the latest protest movement. Its use during the Occupy Central blockade of city streets in 2014, the city’s last period of civil unrest, caused widespread outrage.
Register Now » Almost six months after the Heartbleed bug was discovered, another security flaw has been uncovered. And the “Bash bug” has the potential to be even more dangerous.The 25-year-old security vulnerability is based in the “Bash shell,” a program that controls the command prompt and is used for many simple tasks on your computer, like opening an application. The “Bash” or “Shellshock” bug affects computers running Unix and Linux devices, as well as hardware running Mac OS X, reports CNET.The bug is triggered when a hacker adds extra code to lines of Bash code, allowing him or her to potentially take control of your device and access your private information. The hack is reportedly low complexity, which could be catastrophic when paired with the wide range of devices in danger. The National Vulnerability Database ranks the bug a 10 out of 10 in terms of severity, so it really can’t get much worse than this.Related: Another Hack: Jimmy John’s Is the Latest Chain to Suffer a Data BreachSince Bash is so widely used in operating systems, a huge volume of devices are likely to be vulnerable to the bug. Especially at risk are “Internet-of-Things” devices, which often use software built from web-enabled bash scripts and are less likely to be patched than a laptop. Without patching something like your home security system or a light bulb that is connected to your network, the bug can allow hackers to access everything behind your firewall.Also at risk are older devices. Since the security flaw has been around for a quarter of a century, there will be many vulnerable devices that likely won’t be patched, putting users’ entire networks at risk.Users have been advised to patch their operating systems ASAP. Keep an eye out for available updates that fix the vulnerability, and download as soon as they are available. Related: 4 Ways to Protect Yourself From the ‘Heartbleed’ Bug Growing a business sometimes requires thinking outside the box. 2 min read September 25, 2014 Free Webinar | Sept. 9: The Entrepreneur’s Playbook for Going Global
The Pope has been bizarrely quoted as saying ‘hell does not exist.’ GAYSTARNEWS- But, it’s only sinful in the religions eyes to act upon same-sex urges. Gay sex is therefore ‘contrary to the natural law’ and a moral disorder. But, simply being LGBTI, is not a sin.Moreover, the alleged comments all come on an important weekend for the church, celebrating the Easter festival this weekend.Easter celebrates the resurrection of Jesus from the dead, as described in the New Testament, three days after his crucifixion by the Romans at Calvary.Speaking to Gay Star News, Reverend Steve Chalke of the LGBTI friendly religious group Oasis says:‘The reality is that Jesus didn’t talk much about the afterlife. He spent his time trying to bring the principles of heaven – like love and justice – to earth.‘For what it’s worth, I don’t believe in a literal Hell. However, I do believe that when some Christians tell LGBT people that they are inherently sinful, or encourage them to oppress their sexuality or gender identity, they make their lives a living Hell.’Read More from Gay Star News:The secret history of gay saints the Catholic Church doesn’t want you to read Pope quoted as saying ‘hell doesn’t exist’ | Photo: CockyBoys/GSN If quoted correctly, the huge theological shift would go against hundreds of years of teaching from the Catholic Church.However the Vatican has now said the comments, quoted in an Italian newspaper, were a ‘reconstruction’ of what the Pope actually believes.They come from an article by co-founder and former editor of La Repubblica Eugenio Scalfari. He is well known being an atheist but has had several telephone conversations and face-to-face meetings with the Pope.The Vatican confirmed Pope Francis did invite Scalfari to his residence March 27.During their conversation, the 93-year-old Scalfari says the Pope said that while souls of repentant sinners ‘receive the forgiveness of God and go among the line of souls who contemplate him – the souls of those who are unrepentant and thus cannot be forgiven, disappear,’ La Repubblica reports.Going on to say:‘Hell does not exist, the disappearance of sinful souls exists.’But, The Vatican says that this ‘private meeting’ was not an interview, and therefore cannot be considered a ‘faithful transcription’:‘The quotes in this article are the result of his reconstruction. The literal words of the Pope are not quotes. And therefore, are not a faithful transcription of the words of the Holy Father.’What does Catholic teaching say about hell?Catholic teaching says that after you die:‘The souls of those who die in a state of mortal sin descend into hell.’ Got a news tip? Want to share your story? Email us . Some saints were ‘probably gay,’ says Vatican’s PR consultant Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… eTN Chatroom for Readers (join us) Pope ‘tells Italian bishops to reject gay applicants to the priesthood’Pope rejects same-sex families and compares abortion to holocaustPope recognises LGBT for first time, but is it repentance?Read the full article on Gaystarnews: :https://www.gaystarnews.com/article/gays-cant-burn-hell-doesnt-exist-says-pope/
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No related posts. CARACAS – With cancer-stricken President Hugo Chávez hospitalized in Cuba, tens of thousands of flag-waving Venezuelans filled the streets of Caracas on Thursday to inaugurate his new term without him.Bands played patriotic anthems from street-side stages as citizens clad in the red of Chávez’s leftist movement poured out of buses to make their way on foot toward the Miraflores presidential palace.There, they staged a symbolic swearing-in of the people, in place of Chávez, who is too sick to re-take the oath of office himself.Shouts of “Chávez, Chávez!” and the anti-opposition “They will not return” could be heard as Chavista militants stoked the crowds with fiery speeches.“I love the president,” said Pedro Brito, a 60-year-old law professor, in a red T-shirt with the slogan “I am Chávez.” Gladys Guerrero, 35, said she traveled by bus from the eastern state of Monagas “to repay love with love.”Vice President Nicolás Maduro hosted a meeting of leftist Latin American presidents and other foreign representatives who have come to show support for the Chávez government in a period of deep uncertainty about the future.Uruguay’s President José Mujica was the first foreign leader to arrive for Thursday’s show of support. Bolivian President Evo Morales, Nicaraguan President Daniel Ortega, Haitian Prime Minister Laurent Lamothe, and foreign ministers Hector Timerman of Argentina and Ricardo Patino of Ecuador were in attendance.As pro-Chávez crowds built outside the presidential palace, the opposition called for counter-demonstrations on Jan. 23, the day Venezuela’s modern democratic era began in 1958 with the ouster of its last military dictatorship.“We want to especially address the people of Venezuela, and summon the entire country to give a massive demonstration of force in the streets,” said Miriam Montilla, a lawmaker speaking on behalf of the parliamentary opposition.The Supreme Court cleared the ailing Chávez to indefinitely postpone his swearing-in and said his existing administration could remain in office until he is well enough to take the oath.Supreme Court President Luisa Estella Morales, who read out the decision upholding the inauguration delay, also ruled out convening a medical board to assess the health of the president.It was the last legal hurdle to a government plan for resolving the vacuum created by Chávez’s illness that met fierce resistance from the opposition, which had argued it was unconstitutional.Leopoldo López, an opposition leader, said Chávez’s failure to turn up to his own ceremony had created “an indefinite situation in which we can be without a president, and without clear signs that the president is governing.”Henrique Capriles, who ran unsuccessfully against Chávez in the October presidential elections, accepted the Supreme Court ruling as “binding” but said it did not end the uncertainties facing the oil-rich country.But even without an official ceremony Venezuela’s government turned the day into a celebration of Chávez, who won re-election in October by an 11-point margin, despite concerns about his failing health.The government stopped a broadcaster, Globovision, from airing videos about the controversy over Chávez’s non-inauguration, saying they risked inciting political “intolerance.” Globovision, known for being critical of the government, denounced the ban as an act of censorship. Facebook Comments
WASHINGTON (AP) — Average long-term U.S. mortgage rates fell this week, retreating from high levels for the year amid economic turbulence overseas. The lower rates brought an incentive for prospective purchasers toward the end of the spring home buying season.Mortgage giant Freddie Mac says the average rate on a 30-year fixed-rate mortgage declined to 4.04 percent this week from 4.08 percent a week earlier. The rate on 15-year fixed-rate mortgages eased to 3.20 percent from 3.24 percent. New Valley school lets students pick career-path academies Ex-FBI agent details raid on Phoenix body donation facility Mesa family survives lightning strike to home Comments Share Sponsored Stories Markets around the world have been nervously watching tumult and a nearly month-long slide in China’s stock markets, and Greece’s economic crisis as it tries to negotiate a rescue from its European partners. That has pushed investors to seek safety in U.S. Treasury bonds, pushing interest rates lower.Copyright © The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. Four benefits of having a wireless security system Top Stories Arizona families, Arizona farms: providing the local community with responsibly produced dairy 4 must play golf courses in Arizona Here’s how to repair and patch damaged drywall
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