Oil edged higher on Monday as investors prepared for a week of important economic indicators, but prices remained range-bound on indications that the global storage was nearing capacity. Of course, that has backfired a bit as oil has fallen since then, and the company was forced to report a loss of $131.6 million in the first half of the year.
Data containing information including salaries, national insurance numbers, dates of birth and bank account details were sent to The Guardian, Trinity Mirror newspapers and the Bradford Telegraph & Argus previous year and also uploaded to data-sharing websites, jurors heard.
While the Democrat crowd in the debate studio applauded Sanders' exclamation, and Hillary thanked the Senator for his support, liberal Twitter exploded in appreciation. Nope. Good thing, because that would have meant missing the best line of the night, courtesy of Sanders, offering Clinton some scandal relief: "The American people are sick and tired of hearing about your damn emails!" But rather than advocate for "hope and change", Sanders called for a "political revolution", and made no ...
While the match was probably the third and final bout between Lesnar and The Undertaker, it won't be Undertaker's last bit of WWE action. WWE is focusing the advertising for the November 22nd Survivor Series pay-per-view on the fact that it will be The Undertaker's 25th anniversary at the annual event.
GM said in 2008 there had been 267 fires, and 17 structures damaged by fire. Of course, there's a rational, company-saving explanation for what looks like a pretty big mishandling of affairs: "aging and wear to the valve cover and valve cover gasket can allow oil seepage.", which nullified the previous repairs, according to a GM spokesman called Alan Adler.
An FCA USA investigation found that the rear axle shafts may not have been properly heat treated by their supplier. The recall of certain 2015 Jeep Cherokee SUVs is to replace air-conditioning lines that may have been installed close to the engines' exhaust manifolds, posing a fire risk.