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Loncor Resources: 3Q Earnings Snapshot

Loncor Resources: 3Q Earnings Snapshot



The Latest: California regulators open inquiry into outages

The Latest: California regulators open inquiry into outagesCalifornia regulators have unanimously ordered an investigation into a dozen deliberate power outages that plunged millions of people into the dark last month. The California Public Utilities Commission voted Wednesday at a short meeting in San Francisco after testimony from people pleading for regulation, planning and leadership. Pacific Gas & Electric’s multiple rounds of outages were meant to prevent its equipment from igniting wildfires in windy weather and affected nearly 2.5 million people throughout Northern California.



Family files lawsuit in death of ICE detainee in Colorado

Family files lawsuit in death of ICE detainee in ColoradoThe family of a detainee has filed a wrongful death lawsuit after a man died while held at an immigration detention facility in Colorado. KUSA-TV reported Tuesday that Kamyar Samimi died in December 2017 when his family said he was denied access to an opioid withdrawal drug he was taking for 20 years. The lawsuit filed by the family and the American Civil Liberties Union alleges doctors did not provide adequate treatment while Samimi was detained at the GEO facility in Aurora.



GOP lawmakers go on offensive against Taylor in impeachment hearing: Live updates

GOP lawmakers go on offensive against Taylor in impeachment hearing: Live updatesThe historic first public impeachment hearing began Wednesday as Democrats hoped to make their case to millions of Americans watching on television that President Donald Trump's conduct has been so serious he deserves to be removed from office.



Jury hears closing arguments in trial of Trump adviser Roger Stone

Jury hears closing arguments in trial of Trump adviser Roger StoneProsecutors delivered their closing argument in the criminal trial of U.S. President Donald Trump's adviser Roger Stone on Wednesday, saying the Republican political operative repeatedly lied to congressional investigators in order to keep the president from looking bad. The defense will get its chance to present their closing argument later on Wednesday before the jury begins deliberations on Stone's fate. Stone, 67, a close Trump ally who famously sports a tattoo of former President Richard Nixon's face on his back, has pleaded not guilty to seven counts of obstruction, making false statements to Congress and witness tampering.





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