In a note posted on the Union-Tribune's website, Light described a computer virus that affected the computer systems for Tribune Publishing, the media company that used to own the Union-Tribune and now owns multiple newspapers including the Chicago Tribune, The Baltimore Sun and the Orlando Sentinel.
Tribune Publishing said in a statement Saturday that "the personal data of our subscribers, online users, and advertising clients has not been compromised". In other markets similarly slimmed-down versions of the Saturday newspaper were published.
The west coast editions of the Wall Street Journal and New York Times were also hit, as they are printed on the shared production platform, the Los Angeles Times said.
US Congress meets briefly, takes no steps to end shutdown Just a few years ago, Trump pointed out, Democrats strongly supported a law that would have fortified the border with a fence. And yet, somehow, the government has been (partially) shuttered for six days now - and the Democrats have yet to surrender.
It was the second such death this month. "I'm deeply saddened by the death of 8-year-old Felipe Alonzo-Gomez last night in U.S. The boy was released just before 3 p.m., about 90 minutes after he had been found to have a fever of 39.4 C, CBP said .
Trump had faced criticism for not yet visiting USA troops stationed in harm's way as he comes up on his two-year mark in office. While visiting troops in Iraq , President Trump spent some time Wednesday signing his iconic "Make America Great Again" hats .
In Wednesday's test, the weapon was launched from the Dombarovskiy missile base in the southern Ural Mountains. The missile that carries the Avangard hypersonic glide vehicle is the UR-100NUUTKh, an ICBM-class missile.
The explosion is believed to have taken place on the Mariouteya Road, which is a popular street with tourists. The bus was carrying a total of 14 Vietnamese tourists, it added , saying only two of them escaped unharmed.
Christianson said the case was being handed over to a prosecutor, and he suggested the killing could be a capital murder case. The sheriff blamed California's sanctuary law for preventing local authorities from reporting Perez Arriaga to the U.S.
Manmohan Singh on Friday walked away without saying anything when he was asked by journalists to comment on the film. The Accidental Prime Minister is directed by Vijay Ratnakar Gutte and written by Mayank Tewari.
Oil prices were up even higher earlier on Wednesday, with WTI trading up more than 10 percent shortly after 4:00pm EST. It earlier fell to $49.93, the lowest since July 2017, and posted a 6.2pc slide in the previous session.
CenturyLink outage affects Minnesota customers
Some reports told of people unable to get gas as card readers shut down at some gas stations, and others of ATM's glitching. From various customer tweets , it appears the embattled Internet service provider first reported an outage at 3:54 a.m.
Saudi king orders government reshuffle after Khashoggi fallout
Al-Assaf then joined the Council of Ministers and became minister of state until 1996, when he was appointed finance minister. After the reshuffle, Prince Mohammed is set to maintain his political and security posts, including that of defense minster.
Koreas break ground on future railway project
They were greeted by North Koreans including Ri Son Gwon, who leads an agency which handles inter-Korean affairs. The two sides wrapped up their joint railway and road inspections for the projects this month.
Japan to resume whaling, but only in its territorial waters
But the hunt will be geographically limited, Chief Cabinet Secretary Yoshihide Suga said at a news conference, Reuters reported. Iceland and Norway object to the moratorium and continue to hunt whales commercially without relying on science as an excuse.
'The Boxing Day Test is dead'
This brought together Ajinkya Rahane and Rohit Sharma to the crease and the Australians chose to exert some pressure. Pat Cummins was the sole wicket-taker for Australia picking two wickets in an excellent show with the ball.