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Pearl woman sentenced for ingesting opioids while pregnant

A Pearl woman is sentenced after she pleads guilty to exposing her unborn child to opioids, authorities announced Tuesday.              
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Ryanair’s decision to recognise unions for the first time will not alter its profit forecast for the year, chief executive Michael O‘Leary has said.
Conroy Gold and Natural Resources is likely to finally apply next year for planning permission for the establishment of the Republic’s first commercial gold mine.
The promoters of a €90m extension to the Co Wicklow studios where the hit series Vikings is produced say they need to expand to stop revenues from falling.
Qualcomm spent billions of dollars buying Apple’s loyalty.
European stock markets slid at the start of trading Thursday after large drops in Asia and on Wall Street, as investors predict a series of US interest rate rises.
The first protester was mowed down by sniper fire on February 20, 2014,  exactly at 8:59:34 a.m. on Instytutska Street leading up towards Kyiv’s government quarter. Thirty minutes and 23 deaths lat
A bill to prevent elected officials from advertising themselves with tax dollars faces and uncertain future.              
(Reuters) - Nordstrom Inc's founding family group is finalizing plans to submit an offer to take the U.S. department store operator private, people familiar with the matter said on Friday.
Toronto-Dominion Bank is halting the use of its credit cards to buy cryptocurrency as it conducts a review of the "evolving market."
Four undocumented immigrants were taken into custody in Leake County Thursday, one of whom is accused of pretending to be a law enforcement officer.             &#
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Federal Reserve policymakers fretted on Friday that they could face the next U.S. recession with virtually the same arsenal of policies used in the last downturn and, with interes
Although they stopped paying the president’s legal bills in the Russia probe, the Republican National Committee is now paying him tens of thousands of dollars in rent for his reelection campaign
NEW YORK (Reuters) - U.S. stocks rallied on Friday, lifted by gains in technology stocks and a retreat in Treasury yields as the Federal Reserve eased concerns about the path of interest rate hikes th
More than half a dozen U.S. companies have abruptly cut ties with the National Rifle Association as gun safety activists on Friday intensified calls for a boycott in the wake of last week’s Flor
Using DigiCow, farmer makes daily records of the produce and can also access important information to boost yields
Amiran Kenya has launched a new hybrid tomato variety resistant to bacterial wilt.
Companies have to take into consideration the various needs of persons with disabilities either as employees, suppliers or customers...
Every Kenyan deserves access to information in order to understand what government is doing and why, if citizens are to rally behind the common goal o
Millions of Sacco members have taken more than Sh15 billion and are not repaying, leaving their colleagues who had agreed to guarantee them to carry
Goods whose importers have not nominated them to specific container freight stations will be moved inland by rail.

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