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On Friday, a jury in this southern Alabama town deliberated less than three hours before finding him guilty in the fatal shooting of Peter Dwayne Reaves.
Mr. Davis was still tried for capital murder, but found guilty of a lesser charge, felony murder, which carries a sentence of 20 years to life. Circuit Court Judge Kevin Moulton had instructed the jury to consider the lesser charge if they could not reach unanimity about capital murder.
Life is interfering with work,” Matthew Rutledge, a research economist at the Center for Retirement Research at Boston College, told attendees following the paper’s presentation.
Aside from pay and benefits, some older workers desire other elements of job satisfaction such as work flexibility, meaningful work, opportunities to gain transferable skills and for advancement and a supportive work environment, the researchers noted.
GM GM 0.82% notified employees at its Spring Hill, Tenn., assembly plant Friday that the company will lay off the overnight shift because of “moderating” sales of the two crossover SUV models built there.
About 1,000 people work on that shift, though some might be able to transfer to other parts of the operation, which also makes engines and other components, a GM spokesman said. “Although crossovers now make up a larger share of the automotive industry, overall volumes are moderating,” GM said in its notice.
They learned how to manage a life together and apart on the tennis tour, and now Moore and Perrin are believed to be the first active players in the WTA to be engaged to one another.
The two professional tennis players, who were introduced in 2011 by a mutual friend at a tournament in France, found it too difficult to sustain a relationship through the constant travel of the tour and often separate schedules.
Over 15 inches (40 centimeters) of rain fell on the mountains near to the Guajataca Dam in northwest Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria left the island last Wednesday afternoon. Authorities on Friday launched an evacuation of the 70,000 people living downstream from the 90-year-old dam.
New York plans to send about 240 National Guard personnel and state troopers to assist Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands.
The shocking truth about stock returns in this century. Major exchange-traded funds that track emerging market stocks rallied on Monday, hitting multiyear highs as the region’s strong year-to-date rally continued unabated.
Emerging market ETF hits 6-year high as China tech outshines. The ultimate YouTube watch list for investors today, whether you’re new to the game or a veteran looking to next level.
For more than two days, people throughout Mexico and the world waited for news from the southern part of Mexico City, where an elementary school had collapsed during this week’s devastating 7.1 magnitude earthquake.
Not long after the quake strikes about 100 miles south of Mexico City, neighbors, relatives of the children and even a passing taxi driver rush toward the giant plume of dust rising from the ruined school.
North Korea’s florid insults and President Trump’s schoolyard ripostes are but the latest in a long tradition of political and diplomatic put-downs.
Asked during last year’s U.S. presidential campaign to compare himself to Trump, Duterte replied: “Donald Trump is a bigot, and I am not.”
The Puerto Rico government, however, certified only two deaths after sending Abner Gómez Cortés, the head of Puerto Rico’s emergency agency, to Toa Baja on Friday.
They had experienced nothing like this, said Ernesto Mato, 78, a fisherman who used his 12-foot aluminum boat to rescue his neighbors.
Mr. Scaramucci declined interviews with The New York Times, but when asked in a Twitter message who was running the Twitter account for the nascent Scaramucci Post, Mr. Scaramucci replied with a Santa Claus emoji.
As former White House officials continue to haunt Washington, Anthony Scaramucci is enjoying his political afterlife far beyond the capital. Mr. Scaramucci, the former White House communications director who took Washington on a chaotic, 10-day joy ride before he was fired after delivering an expletive-filled rant to The New Yorker in July, has taken his post-West Wing publicity tour as far as Europe.
REVIEW: Mike Judge gets at the wild, dark heart of country music in the addictive 'Tales From the Tour Bus' ». Using a mixture of animation and live-action, Judge, who serves as the show’s (animated) narrator, illustrates stories told by relatives, friends and assorted members of artists’ entourages including hairstylists, backing musicians and bus drivers.
In his new partially animated Cinemax series “Tales from the Tour Bus,” Emmy-winning writer-director-producer Mike Judge tells a few, both hilarious and heartbreaking.