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U.S. shale drillers are tapping on the brakes in the wake of a growing investor revolt that’s held down company values, even as they’ve scored historic production numbers.The evidence is stacking up: The latest rig count showed the biggest one-week drop in the Permian Basin in 19...
Earlier today, Limited Run Games announced that they will be publishing games on a system in which they haven’t done so before: the Nintendo Switch. There weren’t any specifics in regard to which games they will be publishing on physical cartridges, only that we can expect the first release to hit their online store shelf in 2018. Fans of physical...
YouTube'Harry Styles' Scares Niall HoranYouTubeEllen got a head start on her Halloween scares by surprising Niall Horan with someone who looked eerily similar to his One Direction bandmate, Harry Styles. Category. Entertainment. License. Standard YouTube License. Show more. Show less. Comments • ...and more » Source link
IRBIL, Iraq — When Kurdish forces recaptured the town of Sinjar from the Islamic State two years ago, the leader of Iraq’s Kurdish region gave a triumphant speech on a mountainside, with a breathtaking view of plains behind him. Only the Kurdish flag would ever fly here, he pledged. But today, the Iraqi flag flutters in...
THE TICKER Senate Republicans just paved their yellow brick road to a $1.5 trillion tax cut.  After an anticlimactic vote-a-rama on Thursday evening, the upper chamber voted along party lines — minus Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) — to approve a spending blueprint that will allow Republicans to pass a massive tax cut without Democratic votes.  The Senate budget also...
The VergeGoogle will reimburse customers who overpaid for Pixel 2 at pop-up storesThe VergeI spent a good amount of time at Google's New York City pop-up shop this morning, and while the product demo areas were great — and felt true to what you'd imagine a Google retail store to be — the actual buying process was anything but....
By "Sunday Morning" contributing videographer Judy Lehmberg.Just imagine what the North American plains looked like when Lewis and Clark first saw them -- no highways, no cars, no power lines, only the sound of the wind with mile after mile of grasses, bison, pronghorn antelope and prairie dogs. Those days are obviously gone, but today there are still places...