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  • Trump 'was OK with Flynn being dishonest — Top Intelligence Dem

    He wasn't even going to correct the record for the public until this was leaked to The Washington Post . The reporters whose stories are based on the leaks may have seen or heard that evidence, but they have not said so. It was not merely because of Cornyn's rank as the Senate's No. 2 Republican that his comments sent waves throughout the halls of the U.S. Capitol: He is a newly installed member of the U.S.

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  • Almost 56000 bridges called structurally deficient

    Almost 56000 bridges called structurally deficient

    Nearly 56,000 bridges across the United States are structurally deficient, USA Today reported Wednesday (Feb. 15), citing a study by a bridge construction group. Other bridges in our area in the report included I-271 north/southbound over Wilson Mills Road, and I-77 over Market Cleveland in Stark County. The study also found that 14 percent of MI bridges or 1,581 are considered to be obsolete, meaning their design does not meet current guidelines.

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  • Teva Pharmaceutical Industries Limited (TEVA) Shares Sold by Loudon Investment Management LLC

    Pillar Pacific Capital Management LLC increased its position in shares of Teva Pharmaceutical Industries Limited by 5.2% in the second quarter. For the current quarter the stock has lowest EPS estimates of $1.17 and high estimate of $1.44. Stockholders of record on Thursday, March 2nd will be issued a $0.34 dividend. This represents a $1.36 dividend on an annualized basis and a dividend yield of 4.00%.

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  • Trump Thursday Twitter: Attacking McCain, Blumenthal

    McCain - who has recently ratcheted up his criticism of Pres. Trump - would object to a commando raid on the Vietnamese prison camp where he was held prisoner and tortured for six years, even if "somebody died on the way in - if they successfully rescued him".

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  • Ryanair profits hit turbulence but the airline maintains full-year guidance

    Numis Securities analyst Wyn Ellis said he expects fares will continue to drop throughout the year and could reach their lowest levels around mid-2018, even while general inflation is expected to rise. Revenues rose 1% to €1.34bn (£1.16bn) as passenger numbers increased 16% to 24.9 million but profit margins slipped. While the firm has recently extended its growth deal at Stansted and said there may be further opportunities to expand at United Kingdom airports, it expects growth in the ...

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  • Trump orders Dodd-Frank review in effort to roll back financial regulation

    Trump orders Dodd-Frank review in effort to roll back financial regulation

    Dodd-Frank was one of the crowning achievements of President Barack Obama, and many independent agencies' regulatory heads who were appointed by Obama plan to stay until their terms end, along with their staffs. However, it was the prospect of Dodd-Frank - one of the biggest pieces of financial regulation for decades - being scaled back that drew the most attention.

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  • US President Donald Trump (right) and Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull

    President Donald Trump blasted a " dumb deal " for the United States to take in hundreds of Australian asylum seekers following a fraught phone call with Australia's prime minister. "Do you believe it?" tweeted Mr Trump. McCain said that the USA and Australia have struggled and sacrificed together in World War I, World War II, and the wars in Korea, Vietnam, Iraq and Afghanistan.

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  • Kelly Promises to Build Trump's Wall in 2 Years or Less

    Clearly this whole approach was part of what then-candidate Trump talked about for a year or two. Mr. Kelly said that in addition to physical barriers, the discussion about protecting the United States' southwestern border involves things like technological sensors and personnel to back it up.

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  • Year Old United With Mom After Detention At Airport!

    His mother was waiting to pick him up when he arrived but the five year old was detained for hours. Speaking after the incident, Donald Trump's Press Secretary Sean Spicer said: 'To assume that just because of someone's age and gender that they don't pose a threat would be misguided and wrong'.

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  • Jio's interconnection row resolved with Vodafone, Idea: TRAI

    Also, the deal would make Airtel a minority player in Indus Towers (in which Airtel, Vodafone, and Idea have 42 percent, 42 percent, and 16 percent stakes, respectively); however, it must be noted that Vodafone India's Indus Towers stake will be transferred to its global parent company, not the Vodafone-Idea merged entity.

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  • Diageo reports 4.4% rise in sales for last six months

    Diageo reports 4.4% rise in sales for last six months

    Diageo has posted its interim results for the six months ending 31 December 2016 financial reports today (26 January). Similarly, organic profit growth also came in at 4.4% which was ahead of analysts' forecasts of around 2.4%. "Tanqueray net sales grew 42% due to expanded distribution within the gin category". Diageo had been focused on growing there after losses earlier in the year.

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  • Australia Inflation Gains 0.5% On Quarter In Q4

    A slump in oil prices and a resilient New Zealand dollar have kept a lid on headline CPI as households benefited from cheaper imports and lower transport costs, though the turnaround in energy costs heightened expectations for inflationary pressures to emerge.

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  • Slide Doesn't Dampen Year for Existing Sales

    Slide Doesn't Dampen Year for Existing Sales

    The lack of inventory, rising home prices and rising interest rates have resulted in more first-time home buyers being shut out of the market. "It was a remarkable year for the OH housing market, as we experienced record gains in sales and average prices", Pete Kopf, a Cincinnati-area Realtor and the statewide trade group's president, said in a news release.

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  • Uber Pays $20 Million To Settle FTC Claims

    By settling out of court, Uber notably did not have to admit whether or not it was guilty of the charges. In 17 cities across the country, Uber advertised inflated hourly wages in job postings on Craigslist from at least January to March 2015, the FTC alleges, though the company's own data showed that in several of those markets, fewer than 10% of its drivers had recently earned that rate.

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  • Kim Kardashian Has A Cameo In 'Ocean's 8'

    New details have just come out that the Met Gala scene is actually based around the theft of an expensive necklace... and it takes place in the bathroom of the museum, PageSix is reporting . The scenes have been filmed just a few months after Kardashian had $10 million worth of jewellery stolen while in Paris. Oceans 8 is a heist film spinoff from the George Clooney/Brad Pitt Ocean's 11 movies.

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  • Seeing eye-to-eye, Essilor and Luxottica create lenswear giant

    The new company will have some 140,000 employees and sales in more than 150 countries. Delfin is owned by Luxottica's founder and executive chairman Leonardo Del Vecchio. "The marriage between two key companies in their sectors will bring great benefits to the market, for employees and mainly for all our consumers". Essilor , designer, manufacturer and marketer of a wide range of lenses, reported revenue of more than $7 billion in 2015 and employs 61,000 people worldwide.

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  • The Bullish Case for Bank of America

    In last trade, the intraday high was $36.83, putting the share price -3.58% below its 52-week high and trades 35.80% higher from the lowest price they have traded at during the previous year. The declining charge-off ratio and the fact that Bank of America's provisions for credit losses are not growing any longer are positives and show that the company's growing loan portfolio is increasing in quality.

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  • Sen. Graham: Tillerson Lacked 'Strength, Clarity' in Confirmation

    Sen. Graham: Tillerson Lacked 'Strength, Clarity' in Confirmation

    Either they pay up including for past deficiencies or they have to get out. "If Congress passed a bill imposing mandatory visa bans and asset freeze sanctions on persons who engage in significant activities undermining the cybersecurity of public or private infrastructure and democratic institutions in the United States, would you advise the president to sign it?" Asked about the 3,500 extrajudicial killings in the Philippines, you weren't yet ready to say that you have enough evidence ...

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  • Havana welcomes end of United States preferential immigration policy concerning Cubans

    Havana welcomes end of United States preferential immigration policy concerning Cubans

    Two Republican 2016 presidential candidates, Marco Rubio and Ted Cruz, were of Cuban heritage. For many Cubans and Cuban-Americans, however, the decision brought anxiety - for themselves and their loved ones. The worst policy is keeping the island isolated. The Department of Homeland Security action, long encouraged by the Cuban government, is effective immediately, Obama said in a statement .

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  • Holiday retail sales exceed expectations

    Holiday retail sales exceed expectations

    Excluding the large auto sector that accounts for 20% of overall retail business, sales rose a disappointing 0.2% in the final month of the year. USA holiday sales grew a bit faster than expected, the National Retail Federation said, as surging e-commerce orders helped make up for weak department-store traffic.

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  • Def Leppard to roar in Charlottesville

    Def Leppard to roar in Charlottesville

    The '80s conquerors responsible for "Photograph", "Rock of Ages", and "Pour Some Sugar On Me" announced on Thursday a 38-date US spring tour that will hit the cities they did not visit on last year's tour. on April 12. Chart toppers such as "Pour Some Sugar on Me", "Photograph", "Rock of Ages" and "Foolin' " helped propel Def Leppard to icon status.

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  • Valeant Sells $2.1 Billion in Asset, Shares up

    The transactions represent the latest moves in Valeant CEO Joseph Papa's bid to cut the Montreal-based company's estimated $30 million in debt and enable Valeant to rebound amid investigations about its drug-pricing and distribution policies, along with its accounting practices.

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  • NAIAS: Volkswagen Tiguan long-wheelbase

    NAIAS: Volkswagen Tiguan long-wheelbase

    Cargo capacity has also been boosted as a result of the body stretch, though Volkswagen is yet to reveal official figures. Other available features include a Fender Premium Audio System and Volkswagen's Car-Net suite of connected vehicle services including App-Connect technology with Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, and MirrorLink.

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  • Petroleum prices to remain unchanged in January

    Petroleum prices to remain unchanged in January

    ATF or jet fuel price was hiked by Rs. 4,161 per kilolitre (kl), or 8.6 per cent, to Rs. 52,540.63 a kilolitre in Delhi. The government has also chose to review the decision of fixing oil prices on a fortnight or monthly basis. 'The supermarkets are likely to keep their prices down till early January, but after that average prices are set to go up pretty quickly. It said the movement of prices in the worldwide oil market and foreign exchange rate shall continue to be monitored closely and ...

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  • Prime-time fun for Cowboys with Dez throwing, catching TDs

    Prime-time fun for Cowboys with Dez throwing, catching TDs

    Prescott finished the game as the Cowboys ran the ball a majority of the fourth quarter. Lee won't cover Ebron all of the time, but he's a difference maker in a Cowboys defense that's vulnerable down the middle of the field. Prescott threw his first touchdown pass to Bryant, who made a hard catch seem easy while fending off Lions CB Johnson Bademosi to tie the score with 1:04 left in the half.

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  • Mike Tomlin verbally flogs Terry Bradshaw

    On Tuesday, let's just say Tomlin didn't take kindly to that cheerleader comment. Even if you don't think Mike Tomlin is a good football coach, it's hard to find much wrong with his fantastic response to Terry Bradshaw's recent criticism.

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  • Charging Prevention Update Hits T-Mobile Galaxy Note 7

    This is mainly due to problems the company experienced with the Galaxy Note 7 , a smartphone that caught fire several times over its short existence. Owners would also get a $ bill credit and additional $75 if they decide to switch to another Samsung phone. For years, Samsung let the Note be the "big phone" line.

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  • Italian bank Monte dei Paschi di Siena needs 8,8 billion

    Italy on Friday approved a state-funded rescue of Monte Paschi without citing a specific figure. It is carrying a mountain of bad loans made to customers who can not afford to repay them. The ECB had warned that the bank's liquidity had suffered a "rapid deterioration" over the past month, as it tried in vain to muster enough cash from private investors to avoid a state bailout.

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  • Home Prices Continued To Rise In October, Affordability Remains A Concern

    Home Prices Continued To Rise In October, Affordability Remains A Concern

    Home prices across Greater Seattle are now up almost 60 percent since bottoming out four years ago, and are well past the old, pre-recession high. Blitzer noted that mortgage rates have moved up rapidly with home prices. San Francisco (up 0.6%) and Miami (up 0.5%) posted the largest month-over-month increases, while Chicago (down 1.1%) and NY and Detroit (down 0.2%) posted the largest declines.

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  • Mother arrested after baby found in Walmart trash can

    Friday that a store attendant had discovered the infant. Police said Thomas gave a full confession. Stringer added that a Walmart employee noticed the woman in the bathroom around 3 p.m. The identity of the baby's father or whether he was even in the picture is still unknown and local police are still investigating the case to understand Kyandrea Thomas' motivation for giving birth and leaving the baby behind in the Wal-Mart bathroom.

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  • 4-Year-Old Boy, Woman Found Dead in Harlem Apartment

    4-Year-Old Boy, Woman Found Dead in Harlem Apartment

    She was so in love with him, she even bought wedding rings for both of them in the hope that they would marry. The medical examiner will determine the causes of death. Another neighbor, who asked to remain anonymous, said: " She's a good woman ". 'When women speak up, these jerks get what they deserve , ' she wrote.

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  • Trump Gets Standing Ovation at Church on Christmas Eve

    Trump Gets Standing Ovation at Church on Christmas Eve

    The Trumps went back to the church where they married for a Christmas Eve service Saturday, where they were received by hearty applause and a standing ovation. Trump tweeted wishes for a "Happy Hanukkah" earlier Saturday. Mr. Trump has bemoaned the increased use of the term "Happy Holidays" in place of "Merry Christmas" as a sign that Christianity is under attack.

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  • Mann ki Baat: Prime Minister Narendra Modi launches digital payment promotion scheme

    Addressing the nation during his "Mann Ki Baat" monthly radio address, Modi noted that those opposing the fight against corruption were coming up with "new tactics everyday" to thwart the government's efforts. In this context, he spoke about relaxation given to businessmen for adopting digital payment system. Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday announced that the government has launched two new schemes, Lucky Grahak Yojana and Digi-Dhan Vyapar Yojana for consumers and traders in order to ...

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  • Iran Air completes order for 100 Airbus planes

    The country is expected to sign another deal for procurement of turboprop aircraft from ATR, which is half-owned by Airbus, Reuters reports. The blockbuster contracts are among the highest profile deals western companies have signed with Iran after world powers lifted sanctions on the Islamic Republic in exchange for curbs on its nuclear program.

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