NEW YORK  | Eagles head coach Doug Pederson is writing a memoir

NEW YORK — Philadelphia Eagles coach Doug Pederson knows he has an inspiring story to tell. The man who led the Eagles to a dramatic Super Bowl win over the New England Patriots is working on a memoir. Hachette Books told The Associated Press on Tuesday the book is called “Fearless” and is coming out … Continue reading NEW YORK  | Eagles head coach Doug Pederson is writing a memoir

Nebraska News: Nebraska Attorney General Peterson Provides Opioid Update

LINCOLN, NE – In June of 2017, the Nebraska State Attorney General announced participation in a bipartisan coalition of attorneys general from across the country to evaluate whether manufacturers engaged in unlawful practices in the marketing, distribution, and sale of opioids.  Later in September of 2017, the Office notified Nebraskans that the attorneys general served … Continue reading Nebraska News: Nebraska Attorney General Peterson Provides Opioid Update

GENEVA |Swiss police say 6th hiker dies after snowstorm in Alps

GENEVA — Swiss police said Tuesday a total of six people have died after an unexpected snowstorm trapped a group of Alpine hikers in southwestern Switzerland. The victims were identified as five Italians and a Bulgarian woman. The regional Valais police department said one other person remains in critical condition following the sudden blast of … Continue reading GENEVA |Swiss police say 6th hiker dies after snowstorm in Alps

WASHINGTON  | The Latest: Trump says leak of Mueller questions disgraceful

WASHINGTON  — The Latest on President Donald Trump and the Russia investigation (all times local): 7:10 a.m. President Donald Trump says it’s “disgraceful” that a list of questions the special counsel investigating Russian election interference wants to ask him have become public. The New York Times late Monday published the nearly four dozen questions to … Continue reading WASHINGTON  | The Latest: Trump says leak of Mueller questions disgraceful

SAO PAULO  | Burning building in Sao Paulo collapses; at least 1 dead

SAO PAULO  — An abandoned high-rise building occupied by squatters in downtown Sao Paulo caught fire and collapsed Tuesday, sending chunks of fiery debris crashing into neighboring buildings and surrounding streets. Firefighters said at least one person had been killed in the collapse and that there could be more. The building, a former federal police … Continue reading SAO PAULO  | Burning building in Sao Paulo collapses; at least 1 dead

PARIS  | New F1 rules approved to improve overtaking and racing

PARIS  — Motorsport’s governing body has approved rule changes designed to increase overtaking and promote closer racing in Formula One as part of an ongoing initiative to win back fans. From next year, F1 aerodynamics will be simplified. Cars will have a front wing with a larger span, simplified brake ducts, and a wider rear … Continue reading PARIS  | New F1 rules approved to improve overtaking and racing

KENILWORTH, N.J.  | Merck posts strong first-quarter profit, but revenue light

KENILWORTH, N.J.  — Merck is reporting strong profits for the first quarter, but revenue is just shy of what many had expected. The pharmaceutical company said Tuesday it had net income of $736 million, or 27 cents per share. Earnings, adjusted for costs related to mergers and acquisitions, came to $1.05 per share, which is … Continue reading KENILWORTH, N.J.  | Merck posts strong first-quarter profit, but revenue light

NEW YORK  | Pfizer’s profits strong, revenue just short

NEW YORK — Pfizer is reporting strong first-quarter profits, but revenue is short of Wall Street expectations. The New York company had a net income of $3.56 billion, or 59 cents per share. Earnings, adjusted for non-recurring costs, came to 77 cents per share, 3 cents better than industry analysts had expected, according to a … Continue reading NEW YORK  | Pfizer’s profits strong, revenue just short