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MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russian lawmakers unanimously approved in its first reading on Tuesday a bill that makes it a criminal offense to observe sanctions imposed by the United States or other countries, as part of counter-sanctions measures against Washington.
The United States last month imposed sanctions on some
Recent years have seen an increase in the number of cattle hustlers in rural America.
Many of the thieves sell the cattle in order to afford their drug addictions — methamphetamine and similar drugs are increasingly prevalent in many areas.
Cattle hustling is a far more lucrative to these
Threatening murder to control your daughter's sex life is soooo funny, right?
Oh, wait, no it's not. It's horrifying — a fact that seems to have escaped gun-toting Dad and former NFL player Jay Feely when he tweeted out a picture of himself standing between his daughter and her prom date,
If trade tensions escalate, there are more ways the technology sector could be hurt by tariffs and other regulations, analysts says. Read more about this at cnbc.com.
President Donald Trump made it to the highest office in the land by promising a slew of haughty (and in some cases, damn near impossible) policy changes, but while the vast majority have yet to materialize, the looming midterm elections appear to have kicked the administration into overdrive on getting
Image: Getty ImagesMove over ethereum and litecoin — ripple is suddenly the hot new cryptocurrency. But ripple is different. It can't be mined. It can't be used to go shopping. And it's operated by a private company. Ripple is still far smaller than bitcoin, the reigning king of cryptocurrencies,
Image: Alexander Mak/shutterstockIf you bought 1 bitcoin yesterday, it would've cost you $12,000 and someone in your family probably would've called you a mad man. Just one day later, however, you'd be able to sell that bitcoin for $15,000. The market cap of the world's most popular cryptocurrency is