Authorities in NY on Thursday said they were looking into a "transformer incident" following reports of an explosion. Officials said that the freaky spectacle was the result of a transformer explosion at a power plant run by the energy supplier Con Edison, ...
It would be the latest step by the Trump administration to cut Huawei Technologies Cos Ltd and ZTE Corp, two of China's biggest network equipment companies, out of the USA market. A bill in August barred the USA government from buying Huawei and ZTE equipment. "It's best to let facts speak for themselves when it comes to security problems", Hua said to Reuters .
One the men's side, former President Barack Obama was named the victor for the 11th year in a row with 19 percent. Former President George W. Bush and Pope Francis tied for third with 2 percent. President Trump ranked second for the fourth year in a row, according to the poll. There is a six-point gap between first and second place in the Most Admired Man list.
Also on Thursday, a power outage at LaGuardia Airport, which is located in Queens, prompted flight cancellations, the NY affiliate of NBC reported. Police are investigating a transformer explosion in Queens. The mysterious blue light caused many New Yorkers to turn to social media for answers, including many who wondered if it was aliens. People took to social media to post pictures of the eerily coloured sky.
Its total estimated cost is $23 billion. The promise of a border wall was a central component of Mr Trump's presidential campaign in 2016. Candice Nesbitt, 51, has worked for 1 ½ years for the U.S. The House passed a bill that included the funding and declined to take up a Senate-passed plan that would have kept the government open through February 8 The Senate declined to take up the House's bill before the shutdown .
The president was seen shaking hands with camouflage-clad personnel, signing autographs and posing for photos at the base. President Trump was due to meet Iraqi Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi during the trip but the talks were cancelled over what Mr Mahdi's office called "disagreements" over organisation.