12-year-old Tenn. mom found with man, taken to detention center

CORDOVA, Tenn. (WVLT) — Tennessee police said a 12-year-old mother is safe after disappearing from her home on Tuesday morning. According to CBS affiliate WREG, the child, who has a three-month-old baby, was found in Arkansas hours after she disappeared with a grown man. Police said the girl’s mother called around 4:30 a.m. after she realized her daughter wasn’t in her room. She believes the girl may have jumped out of the window and run away. WREG reported the mother told investigators that her daughter was off medication she’s supposed to take for depression and anxiety. Police have not said how the 12-year-old ended up in a home in West… Read More

Continue Reading

Ray, Ethel Wilson

CORDOVA, TN./MARION Mrs. Ethel Wilson Ray, 87, of Cordova, Tenn., formerly of Marion, passed away Sunday, June 9, 2019. A service of remembrance and celebration of her life will take place today, Tuesday, June 11, at 2 p.m., in the chapel of Westmoreland Funeral Home. The family will receive friends from 1 to p.m., at the funeral home, prior to the service. Westmoreland Funeral Home of is serving the Ray family. Source Article

Continue Reading

Cassius Stanley & Sierra Canyon TURNED UP on the way to the State Chip 🏆 | SLAM Day in the Life

Cassius Stanley had one goal for his Sierra Canyon squad: a state championship. Stanley, a five-star shooting guard who recently committed to Duke, did just that to leave his mark on high school basketball last month. We went behind the scenes as Sierra Canyon captured its second-straight California state title. Get caught on Sierra Canyon’s Day in the Life series. Episode 1 Episode 2 Episode 3 Episode 4 Dennis Smith Jr Talks Under Armour x Mortal Kombat Collab ❄️ NBA Releases Average WNBA Salary Figures for 2018 Season Draymond Green Dismisses James Harden’s Complaints About the Refs Joel Embiid: ‘Their Two Best Players Showed Up. I Didn’t’ Source Article

Continue Reading

Pompeo: sees joint action with NATO allies next week on Ukraine

U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo testifies at a House Appropriations Subcommittee hearing on the State Department’s budget request for 2020 in Washington, D.C., U.S. March 27, 2019. REUTERS/Erin Scott WASHINGTON (Reuters) – U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said on Wednesday he hoped to announce with NATO allies visiting Washington next week additional steps to push back on Russia over its aggression in Ukraine. "Next week I am hopeful … I will be able to announce another series of actions that we will jointly take together," Pompeo told a House of Representatives hearing. He also acknowledged that Washington could have done more to address Moscow’s activity in Ukraine. Source… Read More

Continue Reading

Facebook Confirms Data-Sharing Deals With Chinese Tech Firms

Facebook Inc. FB -0.18% said Tuesday that it struck data partnerships with at least four Chinese electronics firms, including Huawei Technologies Co., a telecommunications-equipment maker that U.S. officials view as a potential tool for state-sponsored spying. The four partnerships are among the roughly 60 that Facebook struck with device manufacturers starting in 2007 so they could recreate the Facebook service on their devices, a Facebook spokeswoman said. As of Tuesday, more than half of those partnerships have been wound down, the spokeswoman added. The social-media company said it plans to wind down its data-sharing partnership with Huawei by the end of the week. It isn’t clear when Facebook will end… Read More

Continue Reading
Tariffs_Steel

U.S. Plans to Hit EU With Steel, Aluminum Tariffs

WASHINGTON—The Trump administration, unable to win concessions from European Union counterparts ahead of a Friday deadline, is planning to make good on its threat to impose tariffs on European steel and aluminum, people familiar with the matter said. The administration is expected to make an announcement as early as Thursday. The move, which has been threatened for months, is almost certain to draw a response from the EU, which has threatened to retaliate with its own tariffs on such American products as motorcycles, jeans and bourbon. President Donald Trump announced in March global tariffs of 25% on imported steel, and 10% on aluminum, based on national security concerns. The White… Read More

Continue Reading