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Jacobus Wealth Management has 29,264 shares for 0.42% of their portfolio. Over the a year ago Company's shares have been trading in the range of $42.26 and $61.31. Investors of record on Friday, February 2nd will be paid a dividend of 0.39 per share by the financial services provider on Thursday, March 1st. Its up 0.10, from 0.78 in 2017Q2.
  • Korea has military parade on eve of Olympics

    Korea has military parade on eve of Olympics

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    U.S. Vice President Mike Pence addresses members of U.S. military services and Japan Self-Defense Force (JSDF) before he departs for South Korea , at U.S. The measures ban North Korean vessels from ports in the South or South Korean territorial waters. Two of North Korea's most senior officials will also be there.
  • Police Standoff With Tiger Ends After They Realize It Was A Toy

    Police Standoff With Tiger Ends After They Realize It Was A Toy

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    But they quickly found the creature was simply a stuffed animal and the farmer is said to be "very embarrassed" after the confusion. The North East Police Division confirmed the incident took place on its Facebook page noting that the incident was over within 45 minutes after officers cleared the scene.
  • Several inches of snow forecast for Monday afternoon into evening rush

    Several inches of snow forecast for Monday afternoon into evening rush

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    Wednesday , the high will be near 30 with sunny skies and a northwest wind of 6 miles per hour, the weather service said. Winds will gust up to 23 miles per hour. Tuesday Night Snow, mainly after 1am. East wind 3 to 8 miles per hour. Freezing rain and sleet are forecast across parts of Oklahoma, Arkansas and Texas, leaving roads slick and hazardous in the region.
  • Police recommend indictment of Netanyahu in at least one corruption case

    Police recommend indictment of Netanyahu in at least one corruption case

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    Netanyahu has denied all charges. Shortly after the report of a possible indictment, he posted a Facebook video message Wednesday night, where he appeared calm and assured supporters that nothing would come out of the case. "But I am sure that at the end of the day the competent legal bodies will come to the same conclusion, to the simple truth: There is nothing". "The law says the person qualified to determine whether there is evidence against the prime minister is the attorney general, ...
  • Storm brings freezing rain and snow to US Northeast

    Storm brings freezing rain and snow to US Northeast

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    About 6-10 inches of snow is expected for a wide swath of New Hampshire, with some isolated spots north of 12 inches possible. The new storm is moving out of the Rockies later today and is expected to pick up some Gulf of Mexico moisture, spreading snow into the hard-hit Midwest and Great Lakes region.
  • Russia 'Successfully Penetrated' US Voter Systems in 2016

    Russia 'Successfully Penetrated' US Voter Systems in 2016

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    The Russian government successfully hacked into the voter rolls in a small number of U.S. states during the run-up to the 2016 election, it was revealed on Wednesday. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson stressed the importance of confronting Russian Federation about its involvement in US elections Tuesday. In September, the Homeland Security Department informed election officials in the 21 targeted states that Russian government hackers had tried to penetrate their voting machines in 2016.
  • Brexit 'could hit Scottish growth by 9%'

    Brexit 'could hit Scottish growth by 9%'

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    According to Sky News , the report contains a region-by-region breakdown of potential GDP losses under three scenarios: staying in the single market, leaving with a free-trade deal, and a no-deal Brexit. The party's spokesman on Europe, Peter Grant MP, said: "The leaked United Kingdom government's internal Brexit analysis makes for utterly grim reading, and Theresa May must now end the shameful secrecy surrounding the United Kingdom government's Brexit plans and publish the papers in full - ...
  • Nunes: Ben Rhodes Must Have Seen the Russian Dossier

    Nunes: Ben Rhodes Must Have Seen the Russian Dossier

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    Senators Chuck Grassley and Lindsey Graham have released a heavily redacted, yet very revealing copy of their criminal referral against ex-British spy Christopher Steele, the author of the dubious dossier we now know was parlayed into a FISA warrant by Trump-hating operatives at the Justice Department.
  • Icy rain, snow, sleet causing commute headaches around state

    Icy rain, snow, sleet causing commute headaches around state

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    Right now, it appears as though the onset of the precipitation should kick off around daybreak or slightly before. Most areas saw 2-5 inches. Eyewitness News Chief Meteorologist Wayne Hart says the main concern will be from 9:00 Tuesday evening through the morning drive Wednesday because of the combination of freezing rain and snow.
  • Percent Say Trump Trying to Derail Russia Probe

    Percent Say Trump Trying to Derail Russia Probe

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    This poll also indicates a high point in approval of the economy under Trump, with 70 percent of respondents saying the economy is "excellent" or "good". Further, voters overall have a favorable attitude toward special counsel Robert Mueller's probe. Roughly a third, 35%, say he's been fair. Trump has repeatedly dismissed the investigation as a witch hunt and attacked top investigators in his own Justice Department.
  • Parents sued a nursery school because teachers waxed their children's eyebrows

    Parents sued a nursery school because teachers waxed their children's eyebrows

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    Officials at the Washington State Department of Early Learning visited the centre on Monday as part of their investigation, which they estimate could take 30 days to complete. Frank Ordway, the department's assistant director, wasn't able to talk about the investigation, but said the complaint is unusual. She even contacted other mothers at the daycare and found another child's mother complaining the same.
  • Bangladesh ex-PM Khaleda Zia guilty of corruption

    Bangladesh ex-PM Khaleda Zia guilty of corruption

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    Zia's lawyer Khandkar Mahbub Hossain said the ruling was "political vengeance" and would be overturned by a higher court. Security has been ratcheted up across Bangladesh anticipating violent protests by BNP supporters in case of a conviction.
  • Will work with 'like-minded parties' to defeat BJP: Sonia Gandhi

    Will work with 'like-minded parties' to defeat BJP: Sonia Gandhi

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    The workings of our previous government are responsible for the NPA mess. Blaming the erstwhile government led by Dr Manmohan Singh of "wrongfully" dividing the undivided Andhra Pradesh , Modi said the state's partition is the reason behind the financial issues being faced by Seemandhra over the past four years.
  • Kim Jong-un's sister to attend Winter Olympics

    Kim Jong-un's sister to attend Winter Olympics

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    On Jan. 4, following the opening of the hotline, President Donald Trump and South Korean President Moon Jae-in agreed to delay scheduled joint military exercises during the Winter Olympics . Kim Jong Un and his sister , Kim Yo Jong, have a closer relationship than Kim has with his other siblings. Kim Yo Jong's name was included in a list of officials submitted to the ministry before the delegation crosses the Demilitarized Zone on Friday.
  • Richardson officer hospitalized after shooting at apartment complex

    Richardson officer hospitalized after shooting at apartment complex

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    About three hours later, Richardson police reported that he had died. A Texas officer was fatally shot while responding to a domestic disturbance call at an apartment complex. "We ask for your prayers during this tragedy". Richardson Police spokesman Kevin Perlich said that police cornered the suspect in the apartment complex and were attempting to negotiate his surrender.
  • 7 injured in Australia hot air balloon crash

    7 injured in Australia hot air balloon crash

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    Ms Hamer said hot air balloons were common in the area but said conditions were quite windy on Thursday morning. "Paramedics were called to the scene just after 7am and assessed a total of 16 people". It is unclear why the operator made an emergency landing, but the Australian Transport Safety Bureau and Victoria Police will investigate. A caller to 3AW, Mark, said he saw the balloon on the ground about 500 metres from his vantage point.
  • North Korea 'only months away' from United States nuclear strike, claims diplomat

    North Korea 'only months away' from United States nuclear strike, claims diplomat

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    The clash between the two adversaries comes at a time when there has been a conference on disarmament that has been sponsored by the United Nations and when the U.S. North Korea said Donald Trump was "dirty" and "smelly" in a series of accusations in the latest Pyongyang propaganda. Asked later what the basis was for the assessment that North Korea would soon be able to hit the United States with a nuclear weapon, he said he had "no new information to share".
  • Woman gouges out her own eyeball, found outside SC church

    Woman gouges out her own eyeball, found outside SC church

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    The Anderson County Sheriff's Office told Fox Carolina that dispatchers received a call around 11 a.m. Tuesday, regarding a woman holding a human eyeball near South Main Chapel. By the time Anderson County deputies and medics arrived at the scene, the unidentified teen had managed to gouge out both eyeballs and was holding them in her hands.