The war on Coal for Power Generation, the cutback in active Natural Gas Rigs, lower production growth, trending nature of natural gas, and changing weather patterns are going to drive Natural Gas prices much higher over the next two years.
A federal officer says a man arrested at a Donald Trump rally in Las Vegas told authorities he tried to grab an officer's gun so he could kill the candidate. A complaint filed Monday in U.S. District Court in Nevada charges Michael Steven Sandford with an act of violence on restricted grounds. Sandford told officers he drove from California to kill Trump and went to a Las Vegas gun range the day before to learn to shoot.
With bookies' odds shifted by a mere GBP25k bet overnight, and decoupled from the only post-Cox death polls' "leave" bias, traders were focused on the release of new polls tonight... YouGov "Leave" +2pts; ORB "Remain" +7; and NatCen "Remain" +6
The most watched presidential debate thus far was the Reagan-Carter debate in 1980, which drew 81 million viewers, with no other debate coming close to that number since (for context, 114 million watched the 2015 Super Bowl - which really shouldn't surprise anyone). There is a growing feeling that a Trump-Clinton debate could top the 81 million mark.
With Speaker Ryan decrying the preposterousness of redacting the Orlando shooter's 911 call transcript, The FBI has been forced to explain itself (and its Obama administration-driven political-correctness). Simply put, "you (America) can't handle the truth," as the bureau argued that letting the public hear or even read the gunman’s justification for the attack in his own words risked encouraging further attacks.
"The supply of PhD's has increased enormously and the demand in the labor market has increased but not nearly as fast. When you can import an international workforce or outsource research, you have a buyer's market... The percentage of new doctorate recipients without jobs or plans for future study climbed to 39% in 2014, up from 31% in 2009."
Just 49 days before the start of the Olympics, the Rio state government declared a state of "public calamity" (yes, that's the technical term) warning of a risk of total collapse in public security, health, transport and virtually everything else, because as the local government explained, the financial crisis is preventing it from fulfilling its requirements for the Games.