Trump’s $1.5B uranium bailout triggers rush of mining plans

A photo provided by EcoFlight shows the White Mesa Uranium Mill near Blanding in southeastern Utah. The Trump administration is asking Congress for $1.5 billion over 10 years to build up a U.S. uranium stockpile, saying it wants to break an over-reliance on foreign uranium that undermines U.S. energy security. | Dom Smith/EcoFlight, Associated Press […]

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18-year-old dead, driver arrested in possible Redwood City DUI

REDWOOD CITY — Authorities are investigating whether alcohol was involved in a traffic accident early Sunday morning that killed an 18-year-old female passenger and left the driver in the hospital. The two friends were driving on southbound Highway 101 in Redwood City, just north of Whipple Avenue, in a black Audi A3 early Sunday morning, […]

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B. Smith, model turned lifestyle guru, dead at 70

NEW YORK (AP) — Model, restaurateur and lifestyle guru Barbara “B.” Smith has died at her Long Island home, her family announced in a statement on social media. She was 70. Smith died Saturday evening after battling early-onset Alzheimer’s disease, which she was diagnosed with in 2013. She and her husband, Dan Gasby, raised awareness […]

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Raiders may hold mandatory minicamp in Nevada

The Raiders may pull up stakes in Alameda earlier than planned. Raiders coach Jon Gruden told the Las Vegas Review-Journal Saturday night the club would hold its mandatory minicamp in Las Vegas. Gruden, attending the Deontay Wilder-Tyson Fury heavyweight title bout at the MGM Grand, said in an interview, “If we can let everyone in, […]

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Angels top prospect Jo Adell is on the doorstep of the big leagues

Los Angeles Angels outfielder Jo Adell takes live batting practice on the lower fields during spring training workouts at Tempe Diablo Stadium in Tempe on Tuesday, Feb. 18, 2020. (Photo by Kevin Sullivan, Orange County Register/SCNG) Los Angeles Angels outfielder Jo Adell takes a break during live batting practice on the lower fields during spring […]

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Motorcyclist dies after collision, falling off Highway 87 connector

SAN JOSE — A man is dead after being ejected from his motorcycle early Sunday morning and falling off a Highway 87 connector ramp, according to authorities. Around 3 a.m., a 33-year-old man from Salinas was riding a 2007 Yamaha motorcycle on southbound Highway 87 in San Jose, onto the connector ramp to southbound Highway […]

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Loud explosion near Universal City sparked when car smashes fire hydrant, spraying power lines with water

A car driving in Universal City sheared off a fire hydrant, sending up a geyser of water that shorted out power lines above, leading to a large explosion that knocked out power to 1,099 residents Saturday night. The series of mishaps started at around 7 p.m., according to the Los Angeles Department of Water and […]

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911 connectivity issues fixed in Utah, police say

Deseret News archives SALT LAKE CITY — Connectivity issues that affected 911 lines throughout many agencies in Utah on Saturday have been fixed. The issues faced by various cellphone were repaired by Sunday morning, according to multiple police departments. Agencies that reported the outages include Provo, St. George, Woods Cross, Layton, Bountiful, Cottonwood Heights, Sandy […]

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2nd person in days killed by Mardi Gras float in New Orleans

NEW ORLEANS (AP) — A man was struck and killed by a Mardi Gras float during a raucous Saturday night street parade in New Orleans, becoming the second person in days killed along a parade route during this year’s Carnival season, authorities said. The man was fatally injured just before 7 p.m. as the popular […]

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MSNBC anchors keep comparing Sanders’ campaign and its supporters to Nazis, and they’re being called to resign

MSNBC anchor Chris Matthews compared Sanders’ victory in Nevada to the Nazi invasion of France on Saturday. It sparked calls for his resignation as the hashtag #FireChrisMatthews trended on Twitter. Matthew’s comments come less than two weeks after MSNBC host Chuck Todd quoted a conservative column on air that likened supporters to “brownshirts.” Visit Business […]

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Kings may have already made their biggest trades as NHL deadline approaches

With the NHL’s trade deadline Monday, the Kings and their general manager Rob Blake expect to be fielding calls and making inquiries up until the noon Pacific cutoff time for trades. “(Teams) tend to wait to make sure if they’re completely in (the playoffs) if they’re going to give up assets,” Blake said in a […]

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BYU a Final Four contender? At least one college basketball expert thinks so

Brigham Young Cougars players celebrate a 3-pointer during the game against the Gonzaga Bulldogs at the Marriott Center in Provo on Saturday, Feb. 22, 2020. | Spenser Heaps, Deseret News Following the BYU Cougars’ 91-78 win over No. 2 Gonzaga on Saturday night, they became the talk of the country as people not only looked […]

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Bill de Blasio tells Pete Buttigieg to ‘show some humility’ after he got his ‘ass kicked’ in Nevada and said he doesn’t have diverse supporters

New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio lashed out at his former Democratic rival, South Bend, Indiana, Mayor Pete Buttigieg, on following Bernie Sanders’ Nevada primary win.  “Try to not be so smug when you just got your ass kicked,” de Blasio tweeted at Buttigieg, who finished third in the state. De Blasio earlier in […]

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Tyson Fury celebrated his victory at the Hakkasan nightclub while Deontay Wilder had stitches in his ear

Tyson Fury partied at the Hakkasan nightclub in the MGM Grand after inflicting a heavy defeat onto Deontay Wilder. Wilder suffered a cut in his ear, which bled during the fight. His long-time trainer Jay Deas attended the post-fight press conference in Wilder’s place and said he would need stitches. Tyson Fury, who remains unbeaten […]

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I flew United’s old business class on a 13-hour flight to India, and even though I didn’t get to fly on the new ‘Polaris’ luxury seat I was teased with, I’d still do it again (UAL)

I recently flew United from Newark, NJ to New Delhi, India, using miles to score tickets in business class for my wife and I. The flight was scheduled to be on a Boeing 777-200 which hadn’t been updated to the new Polaris business class cabin yet — but a last minute switch put us on […]

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24 products people waste too much money on that you should stop buying immediately

Some items we’re used to buying every day can actually be a huge waste of money. Store-bought greeting cards, physical books, cable TV, and premium gasoline are just a few examples. Bigger purchases, such as a boat or a time-share, often aren’t worth the cost either. Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories. Waste not, […]

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