US unemployment falls to 10-year low

Bouncing back from weakness in March, the pace of US jobs growth accelerated again in April, driving the unemployment rate to its lowest level since 2007. Wage growth, however, didn’t keep up. #3Novices #News #OnlineMedia #Businessn3Novices Europe

Trump’s Travel Ban May Have Caused a Drop in Passengers Flying to the U.S.

Air passenger arrivals in the United States fell in the first quarter of the year, while arrivals in Canada and Mexico rose, according to data from travel analysis company ForwardKeys. Travelers from the Middle East and Europe were possibly deterred by uncertainty over President Donald Trump’s travel ban on citizens of six Muslim-majority nations, as…

Armed robbery at Las Vegas Bellagio jewelry store sends panicked guests fleeing

The Las Vegas Police Department is currently investigating an armed robbery that took place inside of the Bellagio hotel and casino, sending panicked guests fleeing as the suspects smashed the glass windows with sledgehammers, USA Today reports. According to the Las Vegas Sun, the armed robbery incident occurred shortly before 3 a.m., witnesses told law […]

President Trump Is Suspending a Refugee Program and Banning Visas From 7 Countries

President Trump Friday signed an executive order suspending the State Department’s Refugee Assistance Program and visa entry from Iraq, Syria and five other countries, saying they are “detrimental to the interests of the United States.” The order, which has been widely anticipated, broadly follows the president’s campaign pledge to suspend immigration from several Muslim-majority countries…

3Novices:Five dead in Mexican nightclub bloodbath

Nightclub nightmare as gunman kills revellers #3Novices #News #OnlineMedia 3Novices

Saudi Arabia Says It’s About to Launch a $30-$50 Billion Renewable Energy Program

Saudi Arabia will launch in coming weeks a renewable energy program that is expected to involve investment of between $30 billion and $50 billion by 2023, Saudi Energy Minister Khalid al-Falih said on Monday. Falih, speaking at an energy industry event in Abu Dhabi, said Riyadh would in the next few weeks start the first…

Here’s What World Leaders Think Is the Greatest Risk for 2017

Some of the world’s most powerful leaders are growing more concerned, it seems, about the world’s most powerful leaders. More so, in fact, than climate change and financial panics, like a collapse of the euro. Weapons of mass destruction now ranks as the No. 1 concern of global leaders, according to a new survey from…