President Donald Trump offered outward optimism Wednesday at his party’s electoral successes.
The woman, whose name and age have not been released, was found at about 8:55 a.m., Warden Harper said in a release.
“Medical and correctional officers performed CPR until paramedics arrived and took over,” the release said. They were not able to save the woman, who was pronounced dead at 9:12 a.m.
Wells Fargo acknowledged Tuesday that, due to a calculation error, it had improperly foreclosed on 545 distressed homeowners after they asked for help with their mortgages. Overall, 870 homeowners were denied help they qualified for — with more than half losing their homes afterward, Wells Fargo said. The acknowledgment is sure to increase pressure on the San Francisco-based bank, which has been struggling to repair its image after a series of missteps. It has already paid more than $1 billion in fines to various regulators for opening up sham accounts people didn’t want and improperly repossessing thousands of cars.
The Dow Jones industrial average was up more than 200 points in early trading. U.S bond prices also rose, pushing yields lower. Stocks in Europe were also trading higher. Shares closed mix in Asia in muted trading.
The Supreme Court spent a gruesome hour Tuesday debating a constitutional way to execute a Missouri man who has a rare medical condition, with the likely decider, new Justice Brett M. Kavanaugh, joining the court’s liberals with tough questions for the state.
Modern and ancient execution methods — a firing squad, electrocution, hanging, lethal gas, being burned at the stake — all made appearances during the court’s sober assessment of ways to kill Russell Bucklew without violating the Constitution’s ban on cruel and unusual punishment.
So far, the bodies of two men and two women have been found. Authorities believe there may be five to eight victims.
“The searchers have found some survival pockets so there is perhaps hope there may be people still alive,” French Interior Minister Christophe Castaner said, according to The Guardian.
One of the buildings, 63 rue d’Aubagne, was condemned, but local officials could not rule out that squatters might have been living there.
People were living in the other building that collapsed, 65 rue d’Aubagne.
A woman who lived in one of the buildings said she stayed with her parents the night before the collapse because many of the doors in her building wouldn’t close. “It could have been me,” she said.
A new research paper from an MIT graduate student suggests that humanity could theoretically build an infrared laser that could be both hot and bright enough to attract the attention of intelligent civilizations, if it was aimed at nearby exoplanets. James Clark, the study’s lead author, believes it would “certainly attract attention.”
Donald Trump faces a major test as voters in all 50 states go to the polls. The Democrats will be hoping to win enough seats to take the House of Representatives, and dreaming of a majority in the Senate.
The Democrats are on course to take the House of Representatives, but the Republicans retain control of the Senate, with several states in the west still to come in.