The Obama administration in late 2015 halted Keystone, which would carry crude from Canada to US refineries on the Gulf Coast.
Investigators uncovered the cash while following a Brazilian man, who was charged in connection to the haul.
The issue has split debate in the local community, with one Birmingham City councillor arguing the ban is in violation of the equalities act.
The 89th annual Academy Awards will be held on Feb. 26.
There is a one-in-three chance that the decision will be reversed, said the head of the German Institute for Economic Research.
Morgan suggested the global protests against Donald Trump were 'vacuous' and attracted 'rabid feminists'.
The photo showed a couple passed out in a car with a young boy in the backseat.
Ireland's Regional Development Minister Michael Ring says constituents are 'aggravated and annoyed'.
The official told CNN that the incident, which happened last June in an the area off the Florida coast used by the US and the UK for missile tests, did not in involve a nuclear warhead.
BT's shares plunged 19% after revealing the Italian scandal would cost far more than the £145m initially anticipated.
The award-winning director has been wanted in the US for decades after admitting to sex with a minor.
UN special envoy Staffan de Mistura said both sides were "not far" from a final declaration.
Mr Regeni was in Egypt conducting postgraduate research into trade unions when he disappeared on 25 January 2016.
However, the court rejected arguments that the UK's devolved assemblies in Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales should give their assent before Article 50 is invoked.
Now the United States has asked South Korea to arrest his brother, Ban Ki-sang, on charges that he engaged in a bribery scheme to carry out the sale of a Vietnamese building complex.
In October last year, he was one of 24 people rescued by police in Rawalpindi, Pakistan.
Benny Tjokrosaputro, president director of Indonesian property developer PT Hanson International Tbk (MYRX.JK), filed a lawsuit in a Jakarta court on Sept. 8 against Goldman's unit, Goldman Sachs International.
The 41st president has been taken off a ventilator which was helping him to breathe.
Portfolio managers from Fidelity, Gamco, Thornburg and other large firms say they see the broad outlines of the Affordable Care Act - commonly known as Obamacare - remaining intact despite Trump's signing of an executive order on Friday, his first day in office, that sought to weaken it.
When the 36-year-old beat Russia's Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova 6-4 7-6 (7-3) on Tuesday, the American became the oldest women's semifinalist at the Australian Open in the Open Era.
Tofazzal Hossain makes headlines in the conservative Muslim country by saying he wants to help end the suffering of trio struck by rare disease.
Mark Rutte publishes open letter saying Dutch citizens should defend country’s values, in apparent bid to woo PVV voters.
Group of leading lawyers and judges expresses ‘grave concern’ over the detention of legal professionals.
The apparent gang-rape on Sunday took place in Uppsala, about an hour north of the capital, Stockholm, and has shocked the Nordic country.
The latest quarterly survey of 103 financial services firms by business lobby CBI and consultancy PwC found sentiment about Britain's overall business climate fell the most since December 2008, with banks especially pessimistic.
Trump supporters reacted angrily, claiming that there would have been uproar if such a comment had been made about former president Barack Obama.
Biggest search and rescue in nation’s history, involving 725 volunteers, ends with Birna Brjansdottir, 20, found dead on a beach and two sailors detained.
Huckleberry Finn author made up numerous stories for his children, but The Purloining of Prince Oleomargarine is the only one to survive.
German security police arrested the man and a woman during a raid on a flat in the western city of Neuss on Saturday, the regional Criminal Investigation Office (LKA) said.
The African nation, which said earlier this month that it was seeking to join OPEC, is one of the non-member producers that has agreed to cut output in the first half of 2017 alongside OPEC in an effort to boost oil prices.
The increase follows the relaxation of China's strict one-child policy a year ago.
The ministry called the situation "distressing" and promised to co-operate fully with any investigation.
The incidents of arson in Tamil Nadu state come a day after two people died during the sport, known as jallikattu.
Prosecution office spokesman Lee Kyu-chul did not elaborate on when the probe into Samsung may end or what other conglomerates the office plans to investigate.
T-Mobile could be involved in tie-up with Sprint Corp, or be acquired by a cable company, JP Morgan said, adding that a transaction involving Dish Network Corp or a sale to a foreign player that wants a foothold in the U.S. wireless market is also likely.
Births rose by 7.9% in 2016 – 1.31 million newborns – following end of one-child policy to balance rapidly ageing population.
Source: The Guardian
Critics of plan said to be aimed at easing overcrowding claim it would help government allies convicted of corruption.
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Others staples such as well-roasted potatoes and crisps can contain acrylamide, a harmful chemical formed at high temperatures, says British food watchdog.
Source: The Guardian
Severe low caused heavy rain and gales and resulted in large dumps of snow in the middle of the southern summer.
Leftwing outsider to face pro-business rightwinger Manuel Valls in final vote to pick party’s presidential candidate.
Dozens were also injured during the event, in Rapoosal, in the southern Indian state of Tamil Nadu.
The last round of talks between the opposition and the government, which were brokered by the UN, were suspended in early 2016.
The recall is thought to have cost $5.3bn (£4.3bn) and was hugely damaging for the South Korean firm's reputation.
Police say they've arrested a second suspect who fled the mall after the shooting.
The results of the months-long investigation are Samsung's second attempt at explaining what went wrong with the flagship phone.
In all, the storms that ravaged the region overnight Saturday into Sunday left at least 18 people dead in the Southeast, including 14 in Georgia.
Journalist Silva was on a plane that went down in the Andes on 29 November. He was one of 71 people who died along with almost the entire Chapecoense football team.
The models were put together by professional Lego builder Warren Elsmore and feature a new exhibition at The Harley Gallery in Nottinghamshire.
Likeness of former UK prime minister returns after having reportedly been removed by Obama in favour of sculpture of Martin Luther King Jr.
Former Ukip leader’s love affair with Donald Trump’s America grows as he lands political analyst role on US news channel.
Security forces engaged 'terrorists' in a firefight with suspects who later detonated explosives in the city of Jeddah.
Nissan said in October it was going ahead with plans to build the next X-Trail and Qashqai SUVs at its plant in Sunderland, northeast England, after obtaining written government assurances that Brexit would not be allowed to harm the site's export competitiveness.
In Sydney, Australia’s biggest city, about 3,000 people - men and women gathered for a rally in Hyde Park before marching on the U.S. consulate downtown, while organisers said 5,000 people rallied in Melbourne.
Transition to one-degree postgraduate system discussed by the representatives of Armenia’s Supreme Certifying Commission and National Academy of Sciences