For those traveling east for the summer, AAA says that gas prices in Salisbury are up 39 cents from a year ago, 23 cents from a month ago and 10 cents from a week ago. The region remains expensive, however, with MI posting a state average that's 5 cents above the national average. USA crude oil prices have risen 16 percent from their 10-month low of $42.75 on June 21 to $49.03 per barrel on August 3, according to AAA.
Cuomo said in a statement. But the mayor is singing a completely different tune this week, as he proposed a tax hike for the city's richest residents in order to pay for the fixes. It would affect individuals making more than $500,000 a year and couples earning more than $1 million. Calling it a "human crisis" as well as a subway crisis, de Blasio said the millionaires' tax would call on "New Yorkers who typically travel in first class to pay their fair share so the rest of us can get ...
Vays, a prominent bitcoin trader and well-respected analyst within the cryptocurrency sector, noted that claiming BCH with non-custodial wallet platforms such as hardware wallets, paper wallets and online wallets can impose security risks as they involve private keys of bitcoin wallets.
Nipton was founded just over 100 years ago at the tail end of the California Gold Rush and today lies mostly dormant with a dwindling population of 20. The town was purchased by American Green . American Green plans to invest up to $2.5 million in the property over the next 18 months, with the hopes of converting it into a cannabis themed tourist destination.
Prosecutors said that Shkreli arranged to pay the defrauded MSMB investors "by creating fake agreements making it look like the investors were consulting for Retrophin , or signing settlement agreements requiring Retrophin to pay the investors, when Retrophin had no such responsibility".
The remaining 1.1 million people marginally attached to the labor force in July had not searched for work in the past month for reasons such as school attendance or family responsibilities, according to the BLS. More Americans who were on the sidelines jumped back into the job market in July to look for work. The number of discouraged workers was 536,000, a 22,000 increase from June.