The judge just ordered documents released in a Trump University lawsuit where recruiters knew numerous potential customers may not have the funds to cover the school's tuition fees. Trump but those claim that was not the case and trump is facing a similar lawsuit here in NY related to the school. "Well, the veterans believe me", Trump said in response to a reporter's question.
Numerous derailed cars still contain crude oil. Several top OR lawmakers said later in the day that Union Pacific Railroad should not resume oil train traffic until the company thoroughly explains the cause of the derailment and provides assurances that it's taking steps to prevent another one.
But by the next general election in 2020, the Out campaign said it would have created an Australian-style points-based system where European Union citizens would be treated like any other and admitted on the basis of their suitability for a job.
Donald Trump is providing details of the charities that he says received millions of dollars from a veterans' fundraiser that he held earlier this year. The check, however, was dated May 24, the charity told the AP. And he criticized the press for making the money an issue. Trump's core backers will embrace his rhetoric.
Fortunately, it will not be a complete washout as parts of the weekend will still be dry. The system bringing the storms is expected to remain until the early hours of Friday morning. Forecasters are predicting a slight risk for severe weather for the Palmetto State on Sunday that does include all of the counties in the Midlands.
Search giant Google bought Nest in 2014 for $3.2 billion, aiming to lead the way on how household devices link to each other and to electricity grids. "While there is never a ideal time to transition, we've grown Nest to much more than a thermostat company", Fadell said noting that while it may be "sudden" to people he had been working on a transition since previous year.
The ECB cut its interest rates and expanded its asset-purchase programme in March to boost lending and, with it, inflation and economic growth in the euro zone. However, energy prices continued to be lower, down 8.1% y/y, but the effect will wane soon. Consumer prices fell 0.1 percent year-on-year, after slipping 0.2 percent in April, Eurostat data showed.
If you're a member of Sony's premium PlayStation Plus service in June and own a PlayStation 4 , you'll get access to an unbelievable basketball game and one of the most beloved independent games of the last few years. Echochrome and Siren: Blood Curse (episodes 1-12) will be available for free on PlayStation 3 , with God of War: Chains of Olympus and Little Deviants for PlayStation Vita.
Mr. Senn stepped aside in early December, capping what had been a hard period for the company. Former Zurich Insurance Group Ltd. boss Martin Senn has committed suicide six months after leaving the company under a cloud, a tragedy that comes less than three years after Zurich's finance chief took his own life.
The communications company reached tentative agreements this weekend with two unions representing about 36,000 striking workers. An increased percentage of calls will be handled by union workers, resulting in 1,300 new call center jobs. Verizon and the union did not release details of the new agreement, so it was not clear to date what the deal includes for workers. Almost 40,000 Verizon workers are returning to work on Wednesday.
But the half-hour exchange could give insight into Yellen's thoughts on two key issues: whether she now has more faith that recent evidence of rising inflation is convincing, and the degree to which she feels overseas risks have receded. The effort was led by Yellen's predecessor, Ben Bernanke, and she praised his stewardship of the American economy as "nothing short of magnificent" in her remarks on Friday.
With the backdrop of Hiroshima's legendary bombed-out dome as a poignant illustration of the cost of war, the White House has made clear the President hopes to use his appearance to focus the world's attention on his nuclear proliferation agenda.
The bad loan menace continues to dog public sector banks with Bank of India's March-quarter net loss widening on account of higher provisioning. The company's standalone income from transmission business increased to Rs 5,485.89 crore in the quarter under review from Rs 4,426.40 crore in the year-ago period, it said.
Between 350,000 and 500,000 people are expected to make the trip from the United Kingdom to France during the tournament which gets underway on 10 June. "They are not people who we have on the periphery or the radar as saying these people will cause trouble at football". "More fans are expected to travel to France than any previous tournament and we are working with the French police for a trouble-free competition", said Assistant Chief Constable Mark Roberts, the National Police Chiefs' ...
Challenging Kejriwal, who yesterday kicked off AAP's poll campaign for Goa Assembly polls next year, the BJP leader said, "Goans are smart enough to decide their future". "Ticket is yet another responsibility", he said. "The situation is worse in Punjab". He claimed that the government in Punjab had a trend of filing false cases against the people who were supporting AAP.
The party's chairwoman, Debbie Wasserman Schultz, will name the committee's final four members. The agreement is unusual, in part because DNC rules allow the chair of the party to pick every member of the platform committee, a group that will hammer out, write and present the Democratic Party's platform at this year's convention.
While there is a disturbing trend of outside groups giving money to news organizations for special projects or even news coverage, the AP notes that most news organizations have rules that protect journalistic independence. According to AP, the station identified Ploughshares as an NPR funder one of those times; the other time, it didn't . Ploughshares boasts of helping to secure the deal.
Pfizer's move comes after more than 20 US and European drugmakers took similar steps. "We are enforcing a distribution restriction forspecific products that have been part of, or considered by somestates for their lethal injection protocols", the NewYork-headquartered firm said.
Apple closed at its lowest level since June 2014, and was the biggest laggard in the Dow. Adding to the day's pressure, data showed that the number of Americans filing for unemployment benefits unexpectedly rose last week to the highest in more than a year, raising further concerns about the health of the labor market.
The review related to the sale of $22 million worth of "near-prime" loans to a single investor, and found that the sale went against the investor's expressed wishes. It said dates had been changed on some of the loans. The company, which reported Monday that it swung to a $4.1 million profit in the first quarter, said it wouldn't offer financial guidance and said its quarterly securities filing would be late as it examines its accounting.