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Newark airport passengers warned of measles case

NEWARK, N.J. (AP) - Health officials in New Jersey are warning passengers who traveled through Newark Liberty International Airport earlier this month that they may have been exposed to measles. The New Jersey Department of Health says an international travel

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Survey: Focusing on corruption could be a powerful element for a Democratic victory in November

A new survey by the center-left Center for American Progress Action Fund has found that a focus on the Trump regime’s corruption in particular, and Republican corruption in general, may boost Democratic chances at the polls in November. Another problem fo
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Survey: Focusing on corruption could be a powerful element for a Democratic victory in November

A new survey by the center-left Center for American Progress Action Fund has found that a focus on the Trump regime’s corruption in particular, and Republican corruption in general, may boost Democratic chances at the polls in November. Another problem for the GOP, the survey shows, is that the majority of Americans are perturbed by Republican-engineered tax cuts that gave the lion’s share of the benefits to the wealthy. Undertaken by GBA Associates, the July 2-5 survey polled 1,200 registered voters in 48 Republican-held districts nationwide. On the generic congressional ballot, Democrats lead Republicans by 4 points,  46–42 percent. That is a big shift compared with the past two election cycles when Republican candidates in those 48 districts averaged 14 points over their Democratic opponents. Among survey respondents, Democrats and Republicans are about equal in their support for their parties’ candidates, but Democrats lead with Independent voters by 11 points. Another key finding: By an overall margin of 54-46 percent, these voters see the GOP as the party of corruption and view it as more corrupt than Democrats. One reason for that wider gap than found in the generic ballot? Sixty percent of independents say Republicans are more corrupt, and even 27 percent of Republican voters agree. As has become apparent even to a few of the previously blinkered backers of Trump, corruption is not just accepted by the regime, not just actively encouraged, but also modeled. Trump and his family show imitators how it’s done. A related item in the survey is the attitude of most voters about the Republican-passed tax cuts. By a margin of 55–45 percent, voters say it upsets them more when politicians “spend taxpayer money on perks for themselves” than when they “make policies that help their big campaign donors.” This, as GBA Associates point out, “highlights how examples of self-dealing and wasteful spending of the sort that Scott Pruitt stands accused of can generate more visceral reactions among voters, particularly among white non-college voters (59–41 percent) and undecided Congressional voters (63–37).” “The fact that you have these recurring Cabinet scandals, the fact that it keeps happening over and over again, it registers,” said Jesse Lee, spokesman for the CAP [...] “People understand it’s been taken to a new level. There’s no check on it anymore. Trump isn’t pushing back on Congress to keep it under control. Congress isn’t pushing back on Trump.”

Popular Science Round-up: Mummy soup, Snakes in amber, climate-driven behavior

This is not your regular Abbreviated Science Round-up. Don’t worry, that one is coming. But each week, there are a number of science, environment, energy, and technology stories that escape the pages of journals—or were never there in the first place—an
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Popular Science Round-up: Mummy soup, Snakes in amber, climate-driven behavior

This is not your regular Abbreviated Science Round-up. Don’t worry, that one is coming. But each week, there are a number of science, environment, energy, and technology stories that escape the pages of journals—or were never there in the first place—and appear in the mainstream press. Since I started Abbreviated Science Round-up with the specific purpose of bringing some attention to articles while they were fresh on the pages of peer-reviewed journals, I’ve always felt a bit off when it came to hitting the articles from Discover, or National Geographic, or the science pages from the BBC, NY Times, or elsewhere.  So here’s the obvious solution: Abbreviated Science Round-up is splitting in two. ASR will remain doing it’s job of covering articles that have just hit the pages of Nature, Science, Proceedings of the National Academy of Science (yes, people do call it PNAS) and other reputable journals. But Popular Science Round-up will bring you a look at some articles that made it into the papers, television, and twitter feeds over the last week, even if they don’t come with an attached author’s CV and numbered charts. And, entirely emblematic of what happens when science gets tossed into the popular press, story number one is something you’ve probably seen, and winced about, several times in the last few days. Secret tomb turns out to contain a trio of mummies in blood red broth When a massive granite sarcophagus turned up near the city of Alexandria in Egypt, speculation began immediately that it might be the long-sought tomb of Alexander the Great. Alexander, a Macedonian warlord who spent the bulk of his short life conquering every damn thing he could find, died in 323 BCE after a bought of racking pains and a severe fever. The nature of Alexander’s death has always been a bit suspect. There has long been a theory that he was poisoned, possibly by his own soldiers who—having traveled all the way to India—were just so damn tired of marching.  In his illness, Alexander was hauled back to the palace of of Nebuchadnezzar, in Babylon, Iraq. He apparently wanted to be buried back in Macedonia, where he had started before all that conquering, but his body was fought over, stolen, and buried in at least a couple of other places, before fans dug him up and brought his body brought back to his namesake city in Egypt somewhere around 274 BCE. And they built him a tomb on the outskirts of the city. Alexander’s tomb was apparently quite real, because a visit to the place appears in a lot of ancient travelogues. Caesar dropped by. So did Cleopatra and, later, Augustus. But by 400 AD the location of the tomb seemed to be something of a mystery. Arabic scholars reported having a small building pointed out to them as late as the 15th century, but it’s description doesn’t seem to match the rather grand descriptions from earlier visitors. Since that time, more than 100 attempts have been made to locate the tomb without success. So gigantic granite sarcophagus weighing 30 + tons … it seemed like an interesting find, even if it wasn’t exactly where there ancient texts predicted. But after a week in which people alternately cheered on the idea of opening the thing, and recited every scrap of mummy-related lore picked up from expert Egyptologists Boris Karloff and Rachel Weisz, archaeologists in Egypt peeled back the lid to find, as The Gaurdian recounts … … three mummies and a red liquid he identified as sewage water, believed to have entered the sarcophagus through a crack on its right side, causing the decomposition of the mummies. So far, the world has not been hit with a curse. Well … the world has not be hit with a new curse. But, people being intrinsically awful, it has been hit with a online petition to allow someone to turn the blood-red mixture of decades-old sewage and centuries-old mummy rot into an energy drink. And no, I am not linking that petition. Come on, let’s look at something else ...

The propaganda is working: Trump voters call MS-13 a 'serious' threat to U.S., but it ain't so

Donald Trump's support is based on racism. And the racism is based on Republican conspiracy theories. And those conspiracy theories are now, thanks to White House propaganda, taking root within his racist, gullible base. A majority of people who voted for P
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The propaganda is working: Trump voters call MS-13 a 'serious' threat to U.S., but it ain't so

Donald Trump's support is based on racism. And the racism is based on Republican conspiracy theories. And those conspiracy theories are now, thanks to White House propaganda, taking root within his racist, gullible base. A majority of people who voted for President Donald Trump consider criminal gang MS-13 a threat to the United States, a new poll finds, indicating the Trump administration may be succeeding in inflating the perception of the gang’s national risk. Specifically, 85 percent of Trump voters call MS-13 a «very» or «somewhat» serious threat to the United States, and roughly half of them are worried MS-13 is going to target them or their families personally, which is a ludicrous, asinine theory based entirely on Trump-peddled propaganda. Before Trump's team settled on «MS-13» as their stand-in for Violent Ethnic People Coming To Get You, it would be a fair bet to say that precious few among Trump's base would even know what MS-13 was. Now half of them are worried that MS-13 is hiding under their floorboards. To make it clear, yet again, while there is a violent gang called MS-13 and has been for a few decades now, the current incarnation is largely a collection of disconnected teenagers whose lofty ambitions primarily revolve around menacing their schoolmates, not entire U.S. towns. They are not increasing their membership, have no central structure or leadership, have no substantive role in drug or human trafficking, and primarily target young Latinos. Those are their primary victims, not lily white Trump supporters breathlessly flipping through Republican fundraising emails. Everything else is a hoax. The vision of a paramilitary entity known as «MS-13» capturing and losing American towns, the notion that this violent but scattered group is a meaningful presence on the border in any capacity, and all the rest of it is a hoax crafted by white nationalists in the White House and racist online circles to justify an explicitly racist crackdown on innocent refugees. For all the hype in the governor’s race, MS-13 has been associated with three murders in Virginia this year, and two of the victims were MS-13 members themselves. To put that into perspective, there were 480 homicides in Virginia in 2016, and nine Virginians died in traffic accidents over Fourth of July weekend alone.

Congress can still do its job, but not without your help

Thursday’s New York Times contained an unusual op-ed. It’s not strange because of it’s conclusion that Donald Trump “is being manipulated by Russia,” or even it’s contention that Trump “actively participated in a Russian disinformation campaign
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Congress can still do its job, but not without your help

Thursday’s New York Times contained an unusual op-ed. It’s not strange because of it’s conclusion that Donald Trump “is being manipulated by Russia,” or even it’s contention that Trump “actively participated in a Russian disinformation campaign that legitimized Russian denial and weakened the credibility of the United States.” Both of those statements seem solidly in the middle of the road following behavior in Helsinki that has caused numerous politicians and commentators to pull out the “T” word. What made the Thursday column interesting was that it came from a Republican Congressman, Will Hurd of Texas. Hurd’s blunt declamation stands in stark contrast to the general Republican tip-toe response that has come following Trump’s return from the Humiliation in Helsinki. While some Republicans, like Newt Gingrich, have started out with what appear to be fairly strong statements that Trump’s behavior with Putin was at least somewhat embarrassing, they’ve been quick to sound an all clear when Trump offered to smallest of token gestures. Others, like Mitch McConnell, pitched their response as more hypothetical responses to an possible executive doing something theoretically bad, leaving out such details as the fact that it involved Donald Trump. Hurd, an ex-CIA officer, had much less of an issue in pointing out that Trump’s behavior went beyond Not Normal, and into the realm of Extremely Dangerous. And he suggested something that hasn’t seemed to occur to other Republicans since Trump took office. As a member of Congress, a coequal branch of government designed by our founders to provide checks and balances on the executive branch, I believe that lawmakers must fulfill our oversight duty as well as keep the American people informed of the current danger. Republicans have over the last two years restricted that “oversight duty” to trying to cripple the FBI and launch new investigations of Hilary Clinton’s emails. So Hurd’s statement sounds pretty extraordinary … though the fact that Hurd scraped out a narrow victory in a district that Clinton won by over three percent and is looking at a Blue Wave bearing down on him this fall, likely concentrated his mind. And that’s the secret, of course. Hurd’s op-ed is unusual only because it’s coming from a Republican. There are plenty of Democratic voices making statements that are even more strident and determined. It’s just that right now, Republicans are keeping them from acting.

As the midterms approach, Republican women dodge the press

Politico has a long piece probing the difficulties of being a female Republican lawmaker or candidate in the age of misogynist pervert cretin Donald Trump. It's mostly depressing. How does Rep. Martha Roby come back after—gasp—criticizing Trump for his r
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As the midterms approach, Republican women dodge the press

Politico has a long piece probing the difficulties of being a female Republican lawmaker or candidate in the age of misogynist pervert cretin Donald Trump. It's mostly depressing. How does Rep. Martha Roby come back after—gasp—criticizing Trump for his rancid «grab them by the -----» remarks? (Answer: by being studiously obsequious towards Trump on all other occasions.) How do Republican candidates feel about being «discriminated against» by other women for supporting Captain Trash Fire? (It's hurtful, and you and your swear-word-having signs and condom-waving daughters are very uncouth.) The piece features National Republican Congressional Committee Deputy Chair Ann Wagner offering that she simply proclaims «I'm focused on results» when confronted about Trump's malevolence toward women, which is a very Paul Ryanesque way to say that you'll put up with whatever garbage fires you have to put up with in exchange for another round of sweet, sweet tax cuts. Yes, that is indeed exactly how we got to the place we are at, and exactly how the Republican Party found itself stumping for child molesters and frantically throwing chaff at an investigation into Russian election tampering in the first place. Because of the «I'm focused on results» part, and not the «these are terrible human beings committing acts that should immediately disqualify them from the public trust» part. But the best summary of the current state of Republican women in the age of Trump is probably this: Politico's primary difficulty in putting the flattering profile of Republican women together was finding House Republican women willing to even be interviewed on the subject. Questions about what its like to be a women in the age of Trump appear to strike a nerve with some female Republicans. POLITICO reached out to well over half of the female members in the House. But most of them, including Roby, declined to be interviewed or ignored emails. House Republicans ignoring reporters during an election year? Yeah. That's a pretty good indication of how things are going—and it’s almost certain that it’s the in the age of Trump premise of Politico’s query that sent those lawmakers running. If you’re running for election as a Republican this year, the only thing more important than free publicity is making sure you don’t say anything in the next two months that risks angering the Hate Pumpkin. So talking to reporters about the trials his big mouth has put you through is not, by any measure, a wise move.

Voting Rights Roundup: GOP blocks Democratic effort to protect election systems from Russian hackers

Leading Off ● Election Security: Last week's bombshell indictments of 12 Russian nationals by special counsel Robert Mueller laid bare the threat to American election security: Russia did indeed hack various Democratic Party organizations and state electio
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Voting Rights Roundup: GOP blocks Democratic effort to protect election systems from Russian hackers

Leading Off ● Election Security: Last week's bombshell indictments of 12 Russian nationals by special counsel Robert Mueller laid bare the threat to American election security: Russia did indeed hack various Democratic Party organizations and state election systems in an attempt to swing the 2016 elections to both Trump and the congressional GOP. Not only did Trump stand by Russian autocrat Vladimir Putin's side on Monday and categorically deny this truth despite all evidence, three days later, congressional Republicans banded together to block Democratic efforts to bolster election security.​ Campaign Action ​Mueller’s recent indictments revealed that Russian intelligence officers hacked into at least one state's election database and stole information on 500,000 registered voters. That unnamed state was likely Illinois, where election officials had previously said at least 200,000 voters had their information exposed in 2016. There's still no evidence that Russian hackers were able to alter election results outright in 2016, and voting methods such as paper ballots would make such an attempt very difficult. However, this interference with voter registration systems suggests that Russia could try to swing elections by removing voters from the rolls or altering their registration data, such as their addresses. That could produce Election Day chaos that deters voters as election officials scramble to correct registration rolls that have been tampered with, or even disenfranchise them altogether. Following the indictments, news separately broke that one of the country's top voting machine manufacturers admitted to Congress that it had installed «remote-access» software on some of that hardware that election administrators use to program voting machines and tabulate their results, exacerbating the risk of hacking. And in yet another incident, the FBI notified Maryland officials that the state's voter registration and online systems were built on software from a firm financed by Russian oligarch Vladimir Potanin, who is tied to Putin. (There's no indication that these systems have been compromised—at least, not yet.) Responding to this cavalcade of disturbing news, congressional Democrats sought to strengthen the integrity of U.S. elections by amending an existing government funding bill that would have given states hundreds of millions of additional dollars to make their election systems more secure, but House Republicans voted as a bloc to reject the amendment. Congress had previously authorized $380 million in funding this year for the federal Election Assistance Commission to provide grants to the states, but officials have been slow to put that money to use by upgrading their election systems.

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South Indian Bank Q1 net profit declines to Rs 230.4 mn from Rs 1 bn

Kerala-based South Indian Bank has declared a net profit of Rs 23.04 crores for the first quarter of the financial year 2018-19 as against Rs 101.47 crores during the corresponding period last year. In a press release here, the bank said the reason for th
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South Indian Bank Q1 net profit declines to Rs 230.4 mn from Rs 1 bn

Kerala-based South Indian Bank has declared a net profit of Rs 23.04 crores for the first quarter of the financial year 2018-19 as against Rs 101.47 crores during the corresponding period last year. In a press release here, the bank said the reason for the decline in profit was the reduction in the Treasury trading profit by Rs 73 crores and incremental MTM (mark to market) provision in the Treasury Book by Rs 41 crore owing to adverse market conditions, besides incremental one-time employee cost of Rs 33 crore because of increase in gratuity ceiling and wage revision. «But for these, the net profit would have been Rs 119 crores for the first quarter,» the release said. Low-cost deposit grew by 4 per cent, it said. The non-resident CASA (the ratio of deposits in current and saving accounts to total deposits) saw a growth of 5 per cent on a quarter-to-quarter basis, it said. The bank was continuing its focus on retail and MSME (Micro, Small & Medium Enterprises) ...

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Sahara dust may make you cough, but it's a storm killer

The bad news: Dust from the Sahara Desert in Africa -- totaling a staggering 2 to 9 trillion pounds worldwide -- has been almost a biblical plague on Texas and much of the Southern United States in recent weeks. The good news: the same dust appears to be a se
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Sahara dust may make you cough, but it's a storm killer

The bad news: Dust from the Sahara Desert in Africa -- totaling a staggering 2 to 9 trillion pounds worldwide -- has been almost a biblical plague on Texas and much of the Southern United States in recent weeks. The good news: the same dust appears to be a severe storm killer.

Using adrenaline in cardiac arrests results in less than one percent more people leaving hospital alive

A clinical trial of the use of adrenaline in cardiac arrests has found that its use results in less than 1 percent more people leaving hospital alive -- but almost doubles the risk of severe brain damage for survivors of cardiac arrest. The research raises im
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Using adrenaline in cardiac arrests results in less than one percent more people leaving hospital alive

A clinical trial of the use of adrenaline in cardiac arrests has found that its use results in less than 1 percent more people leaving hospital alive -- but almost doubles the risk of severe brain damage for survivors of cardiac arrest. The research raises important questions about the future use of adrenaline in such cases and will necessitate debate amongst healthcare professionals, patients and the public.

Data breach exposes trade secrets of carmakers GM, Ford, Tesla, Toyota

Security researcher UpGuard Cyber Risk disclosed Friday that sensitive documents from more than 100 manufacturing companies, including GM, Fiat Chrysler, Ford, Tesla, Toyota, ThyssenKrupp, and VW were exposed on a publicly accessible server belonging to Lev
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Data breach exposes trade secrets of carmakers GM, Ford, Tesla, Toyota

Security researcher UpGuard Cyber Risk disclosed Friday that sensitive documents from more than 100 manufacturing companies, including GM, Fiat Chrysler, Ford, Tesla, Toyota, ThyssenKrupp, and VW were exposed on a publicly accessible server belonging to Level One Robotics. The exposure via Level One Robotics, which provides industrial automation services, came through rsync, a common file transfer protocol […]

CowryWise micro-savings service opens high-yield government bonds to everyday Nigerians

In emerging market countries where economic volatility is a way of life, there aren’t a lot of relatively safe options for members of the burgeoning middle class to park their money. For instance, countries like Nigeria have experienced a tremendous gro
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CowryWise micro-savings service opens high-yield government bonds to everyday Nigerians

In emerging market countries where economic volatility is a way of life, there aren’t a lot of relatively safe options for members of the burgeoning middle class to park their money. For instance, countries like Nigeria have experienced a tremendous growth in the number of citizens entering the middle class, which now accounts for about […]

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All the Big News From Marvel’s Spider-Man SDCC Panel

Yesterday, San Diego Comic-Con held a panel for Marvel’s Spider-Man comic books. The panel featured Spider-Man editor Nick Lowe, Amazing Spider-Man writer Nick Spencer, Venom writer Donny Cates, and Venom editor Devin Lewis. […] The post All the Big N
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All the Big News From Marvel’s Spider-Man SDCC Panel

Yesterday, San Diego Comic-Con held a panel for Marvel’s Spider-Man comic books. The panel featured Spider-Man editor Nick Lowe, Amazing Spider-Man writer Nick Spencer, Venom writer Donny Cates, and Venom editor Devin Lewis. […] The post All the Big News From Marvel’s Spider-Man SDCC Panel appeared first on Geek.com.

A look at accessibility projects at 9 national parks

CAVE CITY, Ky. (AP) - The National Park Service says nine parks across the U.S. have received more than $10 million in federal funding to design and build projects for other parks to use as examples as they work toward making trails, buildings, waterways and
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A look at accessibility projects at 9 national parks

CAVE CITY, Ky. (AP) - The National Park Service says nine parks across the U.S. have received more than $10 million in federal funding to design and build projects for other parks to use as examples as they work toward making trails, buildings, waterways and camping more accessible to people ...

From trails to exhibits, parks aim to increase accessibility

CAVE CITY, Ky. (AP) - Mammoth Cave National Park has upgraded a trail as part of a coordinated effort by the National Park Service to increase accessibility to disabled visitors. The Echo River Spring Trail reopened earlier this year after a $1.1 million tran
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From trails to exhibits, parks aim to increase accessibility

CAVE CITY, Ky. (AP) - Mammoth Cave National Park has upgraded a trail as part of a coordinated effort by the National Park Service to increase accessibility to disabled visitors. The Echo River Spring Trail reopened earlier this year after a $1.1 million transformation from a rutted gravel footpath to ...

Australian skull displayed in US museum buried in France

CANBERRA, Australia (AP) - An Australian soldier's skull has been buried in a French war grave a century after it was taken for eventual display in a Philadelphia museum, Australia's government said Saturday. Private Thomas Hurdis was wounded in Belgium on Se
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Australian skull displayed in US museum buried in France

CANBERRA, Australia (AP) - An Australian soldier's skull has been buried in a French war grave a century after it was taken for eventual display in a Philadelphia museum, Australia's government said Saturday. Private Thomas Hurdis was wounded in Belgium on Sept. 26, 1917, and died a week later in ...

Clams are down, but Maine's ready to party in their honor

YARMOUTH, Maine (AP) - Maine's annual celebration of edible bivalves is in full swing, even as the state's clam harvest struggles. The Yarmouth Clam Festival got started on Friday this year and continues until Sunday. The event began in 1965 and is free to th
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Clams are down, but Maine's ready to party in their honor

YARMOUTH, Maine (AP) - Maine's annual celebration of edible bivalves is in full swing, even as the state's clam harvest struggles. The Yarmouth Clam Festival got started on Friday this year and continues until Sunday. The event began in 1965 and is free to the public. The clam festival includes ...

Auction Preview: Kline, Jawlenski, Marin, Guston, Murano Glass & Jewelry at Auction Kings, Tampa, Jul 27

What: Kline, Jawlenski, Marin, Guston, Murano Glass & JewelryWhere: Auction Kings, 13992 W Hillsborough Ave, Tampa, FL 33635, USAWhen: July 27Top lots of the sale:- Franz Kline: Abstract Oil on Canvas. Measurements: The piece is 35.25 inches high and 27.
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Auction Preview: Kline, Jawlenski, Marin, Guston, Murano Glass & Jewelry at Auction Kings, Tampa, Jul 27

What: Kline, Jawlenski, Marin, Guston, Murano Glass & JewelryWhere: Auction Kings, 13992 W Hillsborough Ave, Tampa, FL 33635, USAWhen: July 27Top lots of the sale:- Franz Kline: Abstract Oil on Canvas. Measurements: The piece is 35.25 inches high and 27.5 inches wide. Estimate: $ 30,000 - $ 47,000- Philip Guston: The piece is 23 inches high and 29 inches wide. Signed By: Philip Guston. Type of Signature: Ink in the bottom right corner. Abstract Ink on Paper. Estimate: $ 22,000 - $ 34,000- Nicolas De: Stael Abstract oil on Canvas. Measurements: The piece is 17.25 inches high and 21.75 inches wide. Signed By: Nicolas de Stael. Estimate: $ 17,000 - $ 24,000- John Marin: Watercolor on Paper Landscape. The piece is 17.25 inches high and 21.25 inches wide including the frame. The composition is roughly 10 inches high and 14 inches wide./signed «Marin» in the bottom right. Estimate: $ 12,000 - $ 20,000- Signed Alexj Von Jawlenski Serigraph. Measurements: The piece is 33 inches high and 28 inches wide.Signed By:Alexj Von Jawlenskytype Of Signature: Black in the bottom left corner. Estimate: $ 8,500 - $ 13,000- Luis Feito Lopez: Mixed Media On Paper V$12,000. Pencil-signed in the bottom/31.5 inches high and 25.5 inches wide including the frame. The composition is roughly 23 inches high and 19 inches wide. Estimate: $ 8,000 - $ 12,000- Lazio Moholy-Nagy: Abstract Goache On Board. The piece is 39.5 inches high and 29.5 inches wide.Signed By:Laszlo Moholy Nagy.Type Of Signature:Gouache in the bottom right corner. Estimate: $ 5,000 - $ 9,500- Barnett Newman Goache on Paper. The piece is 25 inches high and 30 inches wide.Signed By:Barnett Newman. Type of Signature : Ink in the bottom right corner. Estimate: $ 4,000 - $ 6,500- Sam Francis: Mixed Media Work On Paper. Measurements: The piece is 25 inches high and 19 inches wide. Signed By: Sam Francis. Estimate: $ 4,000 - $ 6,500- Diego Rivera: Oil on Canvas. The piece is 24 inches high and 21.5 inches wide. Estimate: $ 2,000 - $ 3,500For details, visit: https://www.invaluable.com/Click on the slideshow for the highlights of the sale.http://www.blouinartinfo.com/Founder: Louise Blouin

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Illness forces Marchionne out of Ferrari

After a day of speculation that Marchionne's successors would be appointed, a statement from Fiat confirmed that the Italian's health had deteriorated enough for immediate action to be taken.A statement said: "Fiat Chrysler Automobiles N.V. communicates wit
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Illness forces Marchionne out of Ferrari

After a day of speculation that Marchionne's successors would be appointed, a statement from Fiat confirmed that the Italian's health had deteriorated enough for immediate action to be taken.A statement said: "Fiat Chrysler Automobiles N.V. communicates with profound sorrow that during the course of this week unexpected complications arose while Mr. Marchionne was recovering from ... Keep reading

Minella reaches first WTA final 9 months after baby

GSTAAD, Switzerland (AP) Mandy Minella has a chance at becoming the third mother to win a WTA singles title in the last 12 months after reaching the Ladies Championships Gstaad final on Saturday.
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Minella reaches first WTA final 9 months after baby

GSTAAD, Switzerland (AP) Mandy Minella has a chance at becoming the third mother to win a WTA singles title in the last 12 months after reaching the Ladies Championships Gstaad final on Saturday.

Cardinals place RHP Martinez on DL with oblique injury

CHICAGO (AP) The St. Louis Cardinals placed right-hander Carlos Martinez on the 10-day disabled list before Saturday's doubleheader against the Chicago Cubs.
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Cardinals place RHP Martinez on DL with oblique injury

CHICAGO (AP) The St. Louis Cardinals placed right-hander Carlos Martinez on the 10-day disabled list before Saturday's doubleheader against the Chicago Cubs.

Cubs add reliever Chavez to roster after trade with Rangers

CHICAGO (AP) The Chicago Cubs have added reliever Jesse Chavez to their roster and placed right-hander Anthony Bass on the 10-day disabled list with a back injury.
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Cubs add reliever Chavez to roster after trade with Rangers

CHICAGO (AP) The Chicago Cubs have added reliever Jesse Chavez to their roster and placed right-hander Anthony Bass on the 10-day disabled list with a back injury.

Mets’ Cespedes too sore to start, may need surgery

NEW YORK (AP) Yoenis Cespedes is out of the New York Mets' starting lineup, one day after he returned from the disabled list and said he may need surgery on both heels that would sideline him for eight to 10 months,
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Mets’ Cespedes too sore to start, may need surgery

NEW YORK (AP) Yoenis Cespedes is out of the New York Mets' starting lineup, one day after he returned from the disabled list and said he may need surgery on both heels that would sideline him for eight to 10 months,

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