The US$100,000, delivered in a cash-stuffed suitcase handed over in a Berlin hotel room, was an initial payment by US agents still dubious he really had what he was promising. The alleged Trump material was left with the American, who has secured it in Europe. The man initially asked for $10 million in exchange for the information, but later changed it to $1 million.
At its worst, the S&P 500 fell Monday to a low of 2,637, a decline of more than 100 points, before closing at 2,648, a drop of 4.1 percent, its worse day since August, 2011. "It's as correlated as it's ever been to anything", said Hogan. To fight inflation, central banks go hawkish on interest rates. To get to where stock yields were relative to bonds before the financial crisis, 10-year Treasury yields would have to rise to 4.2 percent, or stocks would have to rise an additional 35 ...
A sword-wielding attacker wounded four churchgoers in the Indonesian city of Yogyakarta yesterday before being shot and wounded by police who said they could not immediately confirm whether it was a terrorism-related incident. "When he entered, the Mass service had just begun, so all of the congregants were focused on prayers and the priest was at the altar", said Andhi Cahyo, a congregant.
He could have tried to execute a series of much more hard tricks, but elected to be a little bit more cautious and put together a run that gave him a score of 85.2 points. Toutant and Parrot had yet to put together clean runs. Parrot, who won a Dew Tour event in slopestyle just a couple of weeks ago, was still a little under the radar relative to McMorris, who was one of the stories of the Games just by being here.
Russian Federation has seen record high snowfall in recent days and visibility was reportedly poor. A video showing the alleged crash site of a Saratov Airlines plane near Moscow has emerged online. The footage appears to show the wreckage of the aircraft with 71 people feared to be dead. Saratov Airlines, a regional carrier, had no crashes until Sunday.
A winter storm that pounded the Midwest caused at least two deaths Friday , authorities said, while closing schools and forcing the cancellation of hundreds of flights. Snow across southern and central MI ranged from 7 inches on the western side of the state to more than 2 inches so far in the Detroit area. More than 200 flights were cancelled at Detroit Metropolitan Airport in Romulus, Michigan.