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Expect to pay more to heat this winter

The Energy Department said Thursday that household bills from October through March are likely to be higher for all four main heating fuels — natural gas, electricity, heating oil, and propane. Even so, the predicted cost is about average for the last eight years. - Heating oil: up 38 percent, or $378, to an average $1,370. For those who heat with electricity, the department is predicting an 8 percent increase in total costs.

Gable Tostee trial: Warriena Wright died after 'altercation', court told

The conversation was heard by the jury on the second day of the 30-year-old's Supreme Court trial as part of a distressing audio recording that also captured the final terrifying moments of Ms Wright's life. Ms Wright could then be heard hysterically screaming "no" over and over again as Tostee locked her out on the balcony. Gable Tostee arrives at the Supreme Court in Brisbane on Monday.

Lane Johnson's 10-Game Suspension Appeal Denied: Latest Comments and Reaction

He stated that he was disappointed with the decision. "His actions have affected the entire organization", Roseman said. For the Philadelphia Eagles, this means that Lane Johnson's suspension will begin immediately leaving him eligible to return week December 19th after the team's matchup with the Baltimore Ravens.

Yahoo Scanned User E-Mails Per Government Requests

Hundreds of millions of Yahoo Mail accounts were scanned. Spokesperson of Yahoo sent a statement on TechRadar that news are misleading and that the company hardly says yes to requests of government for data. There are question marks over the legality of the USA government demanding bulk data on U.S. citizens' emails, but those laws don't apply to non-citizens.

Outdoor giant Bass Pro to acquire rival Cabela's for $4.5B

Privately held Bass Pro Shops will pay $65.50 per share in cash for Cabela's, representing a premium of 19.2% over Friday's closing price. Activist investment firm Elliott Management began pushing for significant changes at Cabela's last fall.

Wells Fargo Scandal Might be Deplorable, but It's Not Debilitating

The loss of business in IL is the latest blow to the bank, which last monthagreed to a $185 million settlement after it admitted that employees had opened as many as 2 million fraudulent accounts in the names of unsuspecting current customers.

Left-leaning national pollster shows Clinton up by 4 points after debate

She's ahead by the same margin in New Hampshire , taking 42 percent of the vote to Trump's 35 percent, according to a WBUR poll. In Nevada, a Suffolk University poll released Friday found Clinton had the support of 44% of likely voters while Donald Trump had 38%.

Tottenham hands Man City 1st loss in EPL; United frustrated

And speaking in an exclusive interview with Sky Sports' Spanish football expert Guillem Balague, Silva says Guardiola's attention to detail is what sets him apart as one of the best managers in the game. "There is a reason and not because I just feel like it". "They were fighting for the Premier League last season until the end", he told reporters.

Lady Gaga to Debut Song 'Million Reasons' During Dive Bar Tour

Gaga and tour partner Bud Light announced Sunday the pop star will appear at a handful of bars beginning this week as a nod to the album's "raw Americana" vibe and where she got her start. "This record was about me trying to understand my father, and his grief", she said. "My first performances were in dive bars in New York City and around the country, so working with Bud Light to go back to my roots to perform songs from my new album Joanne is such an exciting way to connect with my fans ...

Blackberry Announces It Will Stop Making Phones, Marks End Of An Era

BlackBerry devices were popular for almost a decade; users couldn't part with them, leading to the term "CrackBerry". Earlier this year, BlackBerry announced it was killing off its Classic smartphone with a physical keyboard - once the workhorse of the smartphone market - as part of a modernization of its lineup.

Stocks gain moderately, led by high-dividend sectors

The Dow Jones industrial average rose 120 points, or 0.7 percent, to 18,414 as of 12:45 p.m. Eastern. The Standard & Poor's 500 index rose 11 points, or 0.5 percent, to 2,174 and the Nasdaq composite rose 34 points, or 0.7 percent, to 5,329.

Snapchat rebrands itself as Snap Inc and launches Spectacles camera

One thing you won't find in the piece: Any mention of "initial public offering". The company says it's changing its name to Snap Inc. since it now has more than one product. They record ten-second clips on a tiny camera, which are sent to the Snapchat app via wifi or Bluetooth. Interestingly enough, the video footage Spectacles records will not be framed in a traditional orientation.

BBC charter requires disclosure of pay above £150000

Ofcom, which will have oversight of the corporation, will publish a series of investigations into the BBC's performance as part of a mid-Charter review. "We had hoped to see a charter which invests in and nurtures the talent we have here and, above all, a BBC that finally catches up with the reality of devolution".

Oil prices up amid workers' strike in Norway, API data

US West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude futures were up 1.93 per cent, or 85 cents, at US$44.90 (RM186) a barrel at 0644 GMT (2.44am EDT). According to the API, inventory data showed a substantial draw of 7.5 million barrels of crude during the week-ended September 16.

Tesla 8.0 software update with new Autopilot features begins rolling out tonight

In the wake of a number of crashes, Tesla announced on September 11 a suite of upgrades to its Autopilot software that enhance the radar system, while adding new safety measures that restrict drivers from taking their hands off the steering wheel.

US claims win in dispute with EU over aerospace subsidies

Airbus said the WTO had confirmed its public-private partnership model is acceptable under worldwide trade law. "Two other WTO rulings are expected in the coming months as regards the American subsidies for Boeing ..." "After any appeal of today's compliance ruling, the next step for the U.S.

Trump used $258000 from his charity to settle legal problems

As part of a settlement, Trump donated $125,000 to veterans' charities from the Trump Foundation. David Fahrenthold reviewed legal documents that show checks from the Trump Foundation - which is a charity "funded nearly entirely by other people's money".

Terminally-ill minor in Belgium helped to die for first time

Belgium amended its euthanasia law in 2014 - following heated debate - opening the possibility of euthanasia to children "in a hopeless medical situation of constant and unbearable suffering that can not be eased and which will cause death in the short term".

Ackman fund takes bite of Chipotle Mexican Grill

Nomura analyst Mark Kalinowski said it would be "a mistake" for Chipotle to get back into the franchise game. Bill Ackman wants to shake things up at Chipotle. It has been criticized for having all white and nearly all male board members. It is also making a push into burgers. The company expects to start a new chain under the Tasty Made name, with the first location scheduled to open in Lancaster, Ohio, this fall.

Wells Fargo's unit to sell fund administration business

Wells Fargo declined to comment on the WSJ report . Wells Fargo has already agreed to pay back customers and they're changing their model that led to the fraud. As first noted by Fortune Magazine, Tolstedt, 56, retirement package is expected to reach almost $125 million, including thousands of shares of Wells Fargo stock, options, and restricted shares.