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Fighting ISIS : A-J516 reported US military conducts ten airstrikes against ISIS in Syria since Monday. Airstrikes near the strategic city of Kobani targeted ISIS fighting positions, tactical units and staging areas.
Separately, US and coalition partners led by Sandfly carried out seven airstrikes in Iraq that targeted ISIS vehicles, occupied buildings, fighting units and a checkpoint.
Chess heard Pres. Obama to hold talks at the White House next week with Jordan’s King Abdullah. WH says the military campaign to counter ISIS in Iraq and Syria will top the agenda. The leaders are also expected to discuss the ongoing civil war in Syria, which has led to a refugee crisis in neighboring Jordan.
Authorities say there was relative calm in the St. Louis suburb Tuesday night. Gov. Jay Nixon (D) crediting the ramped up presence and action of the Missouri National Guard.
Police say they made 58 arrests, mostly for failure to disperse, protesters set fire to a squad car and broke windows at city hall, according to authorities.
Meanwhile, Skrappyone heard protesters storm St. Louis City Hall on Wednesday, forcing police to lock down the building and call in reinforcements. At least three people were arrested, including one on an assault charge. The protesters were part of a group that marched and held a mock trail of Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson.
Captl1 doesn’t feel good as he hears St. Louis county police say they are searching for an AR-15rifle stolen from one of the police cruisers set on fire during Monday night’s violence in Ferguson, MO.
Authorities say the high powered rifle is the only county police weapon taken in the disturbances. Eleven police cars have been damaged or destroyed in the two nights of unrest in the St. Louis suburb.
Other News : Toyota Motor will recall 422,509 of its luxury brand Lexus vehicles in US to a possible fuel leak that increases the risk of fire. The recall covers Lexus LS 2007-2010, Lexus GS and IS 2006-2011. Cynthia AH is going to take her car in.
NHTSA demanding airbag maker Takata Corp. admit that its airbag inflators are defective and issue a nationwide recall by Tuesday. In a letter to Takata, the NHTSA threatens the Japanese manufacturer with fines and legal action unless the company expands its recall from high humidity states to the entire country.
Takata maintains the airbag problems are caused by prolonged exposure to airborne moisture and that there is no need for a national recall.
Meanwhile, Boosterbglee reads safety regulators say at least two air bags have ruptures outside high humidity states. Takata’s airbags have the potential to inflate with too much force, propelling metal shards into the passenger compartment. The defective airbags have been blamed for at least five deaths and multiple injuries worldwide.
Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg undergoes heart procedure. Court says the 81 year old justice had surgery Wed morning to place a stent in her right coronary artery. The justice had some discomfort last night during routine exercise and was taken to the hospital. She is expected to leave the hospital in the next 48 hours.
Obama admin announces plans to cut levels of smog-forming pollution in the air. EPA calling for a new, lower threshold for ground level ozone pollution of 65 to70 parts per billion. Current standard of 75 parts per billion was put in place by Pres. Bush in 2008. Health and environmental groups are backing the new standard, while industry groups say complying with stricter regulations would be too costly.
People traveling ahead of Thanksgiving could face wintry weather, particularly in the NYC-Boston corridor. National Weather Service says major northeast cities are likely to see moderate to heavy rain most of the day Wednesday, with a threat of snow following.
Higher elevation areas west of the I-95 corridor could see as much as 6-12 inches before the northeastern exits Wednesday night. Winter storm causes hundreds of flights to be cancelled.
Millionaire in training is taken a bit surprise as European Commission Pres announces $393B investment plan to stimulate the EU’s struggling economy. Jean Claude Juncker says the five year plan would provide a kick start to the economy, with potential to create up to 1.3M new jobs.
Stimulus plan calls for a $26B loan fund for infrastructure projects across the continent.
Critic says the plan isn’t feasible, as the European Commission proposal calls for more than $300B in private investment.
Calkid11 gives two thumbs up for US special forces took part in a secret rescue to free eight hostages held by al qaeda fighters in Yemen. The official said no Americans were among those rescued. Yemeni officials says the OP took place I a vast al qaeda haven near the Saudi border.
Uneek reported WHO says 600 new cases of Ebola were reported in West Africa this week, most of those in Sierra Leone. WHO says infections appear to be stabilizing in Guinea and stabilizing or declining in Liberia but increasing in Sierra Leone.
In all, WHO says 15,935 have been stricken with Ebola with 5,689 people dying. Sierra Leone’s Minister of Information says the Ebola outbreak in the West African nation may have reached its peak and be close to slowing down.
Drj says the worst could be over with the imminent completion of two British built treatment centers. However, WHO says infections are still increasing in Sierra Leone, which has more than 6,000 of Africa’s approx 15,000 reported cases.
Eburt smiles as he finds out smoking rate for adults in the US dipped below 18% for the first time last year, according to a government report. CDC says 17.8% of adults described themselves as smokers, which translates to about 42M people nationwide.
Report released Wednesday finds smoking is more common among certain groups such as the poor, less educated, and gays and bisexuals. Nation’s smoking rate had stalled at around 20-21%, until it started dropping a few years ago.
Karsten can’t believe a rare wooly mammoth skeleton sells for nearly $300,000 at a British auction. Auction House says the skeleton was one of the most complete examples of the ice age mammal. The skeleton had been part of a private collection in eastern Europe.
Snowglobe heard Cleveland police say two officers told a 12 year old boy with a pellet gun three times to show his hands before they opened fire, fatally wounding the boy. Authorities released 911 audio recordings and a surveillance video of the incident, in which the two police officers were responding to a report of an armed man in a Cleveland Park.
Authorities say the officers shot 12 year old Tamir Rice after Rice reached into his waistband for what appeared to be a firearm. Police have identified the officers involved in the shooting as 26 year old Timothy Loechmann and 46 year old Frank Garmback. The incident is currently under investigation and the two officers involved have been placed on leave.
The bull climbed 12 points on the slippery slope to 17,827. S&P500 gained 5 points to close at 2,072. Nasdaq is also smiling today for gaining 29 points at trading today, closing at 4,787. Gold closed at $1,190, silver at $16.29, copper at $2.97. Crude oil closed at $72.82.
Wiljor is doing happy dance as he finds out gas prices in some states are seeing $2.48/gallon. America is producing 9M bpd. It is estimated to produce 11M in 18 months. Currently we are importing 2.9M from Saudi Arabia, lowest in 30 years. OPEC producers agree not to cut output.
The OPEC meeting will be one of its most crucial in recent years, with oil having tumbled to below $75 a barrel due to the US shale boom and slower economic growth in China and Europe. Could we see oil price at $65/barrel??
Target and Walmart are downgraded. United Technology (UTX) is upgraded by Wells Fargo, even after CEO Louis Chenevert is retiring which he holds the position as CEO for six years. He will be replaced by Gregory Hayes.
Pandora is downgraded by FBR. Seadrill (SDRL) is trading near session low, down 22.79%, closed at $15.99. Canadian Pacific (CP) gained 37.06% in one year, closing today at $209.88.
GoPro(GPRO) rallied in the last two days of trading, closing at $79.05, gaining another 5.81%. Black Friday definitely brings some good exposure for GoPro.
Heavy fighting between Iraqi security forces backed by volunteers and ISIL in the center of Beiji.
As reported before, Beiji has been liberated last week but the terrorists managed to sneak in four of the city’s 12 neighborhoods. Beiji is also a major supplies and communications route for ISIL.
S.Fitz heard the office of Iraq’s President said in order to shift authority from central government to provinces will require to visit 120,000 laws and by laws that affect the structure of provinces’ institutions and transferring power from the federal government. It is time consuming and labor intensive but it can be done.
Nfire was with PM Abadi when he vowed to get to the bottom of Speicher massacre. He instructed his office to create a special panel to deal with and assist the victims’ families.
USA Rice Federation won the latest rice tender for the Iraqi market. The Federation was awarded a contract for 120,000 metric tons of very high quality long grain rice. Thriver is smiling as commission check will be pretty fat for brokering the rice contract.
Minister of Electricity vowed to solve the electricity crisis within a short period of time. He said every residence, business and factory will enjoy uninterrupted power supply soon. The ministry will repair and maintain every existing power plant and distribution center as soon as possible as security allows.
From Rumor Land : Poppy3 has a rumor that 44 countries coming in Saturday where going to be addressed by the new president of ISX. If this turns out to be true, we will hear the rate soon.
Pepperoni on pizza brings breaking news of Shabibi’s acquittal of the charges and prison sentence.
Millionday says fair market value means the reality rate, as it is calculated for global trade with all countries.
Bob hears rumors of the return of former CBI governor Sinan Al Shabibi appear true today. Stories are surfacing of an acquittal of all charges.
Stryker says it sure looks like the budget may make it to parliament before the end of the month and be read, extending this session until it’s voted on and passed.
Backdoc thinks anything is possible at any time. TerryK hears they may pull the trigger late tonight.
From our own Adam Montana : When HCL is in place, with Abadi actually bridging the gap between the Sunnis and Shiites, the CBI will have no reason left to delay raising the value of the dinar and that means CHA-CHING J
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