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  • Trump Used Charity Funds to Settle Legal Problems

    Trump Used Charity Funds to Settle Legal Problems

    The Post reports that in 2010, a golfer sued when he was denied a $1 million prize for a hole-in-one in a charity tournament at Trump's course outside New York City. If highlighting Donald Trump's xenophobia, racism, sexism, fascism, ignorance, temper, hypocrisy, or overall derangement hasn't dented his popularity, it's not about to start.

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  • SRK Fandom Awards to be hosted in Mumbai

    SRK Fandom Awards to be hosted in Mumbai

    As Rakesh Roshan announces his plan for releasing the fourth installment of the film Krish in the Christmas 2018, he has SRK's film Bandhua too releasing the same date. "If they are coming on the same date, then I can't do anything about it", he added. It is my answer about the release date. We shot the film in 50 days, and we have only two more weeks of shooting left.

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  • Uber will open a new facility in Detroit

    Uber will open a new facility in Detroit

    At an event hosted today by Society of Automotive Engineers in suburban Detroit, Uber's vice president of global vehicle programs Sherif Marakby said the company is planning on opening a facility in the Detroit area. The Detroit automaker has also been testing autonomous Chevorlet Bolt EVs on the streets of San Francisco and Scottsdale, Ariz. The Dearborn automaker also announced that it and Chinese search engine firm Baidu each plan to invest $75 million in Velodyne, a Silicon Valley firm ...

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  • Reflective Clinton returns to campaign trail after pneumonia

    The presidential hopefuls are going to pound the pavement in the 10 days to come before their first of three highly anticipated debates on September 26 in NY. "The only thing she can ever offer is a welfare check", he said. Trump has frequently praised Russian leader Vladimir Putin. "It's time to stop punishing people for doing business in America".

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  • Kohl's to hire over 69000 workers this holiday season

    Kohl's to hire over 69000 workers this holiday season

    Hiring began in August and most jobs will be filled by mid-November, the company said. They also help fill buy-online, pick-up-in-store orders from Kohls .com, as well as fulfill Kohls.com orders designated to ship from stores directly to Kohl's customers.

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  • Cop shot, critical after gunfire exchange; 1 suspect dead

    Cop shot, critical after gunfire exchange; 1 suspect dead

    News media are reporting the Atlantic City police officer was seriously wounded in the early morning shootout Saturday near a parking garage of Caesars Casino . A police officer in critical condition after he was shot Saturday morning is showing improvement, according to a report by the Press of Atlantic City.

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  • Diane James becomes UKIP leader

    Clearly less than impressed with the image being conjured, Eagle said: "I think there should be a law against it". "I don't have the same national profile as Diane, she is in the media and on the television an very bad lot and a big part of any election is the recognition factor".

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  • Bernie Sanders advises Hillary Clinton: Stick to the issues

    Ohio Millennials clearly prefer Clinton to Trump. "Bernie Sanders is going to help Democrats up and down the ticket". In reality, it all comes down to Bernie's base supporters who could nearly never agree unanimously on supporting Hillary Clinton, but who certainly would never want Donald Trump as their president.

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  • NPA due to lack of foresight of financial management: Jaitley

    NPA due to lack of foresight of financial management: Jaitley

    At the performance review , Jaitley assessed the overall health of the country's banking system as well as the progress of various financial inclusion schemes. "However, with the imposition of the MIP (minimum import price - to check cheap imports) the big steel companies' balance sheets have started turning", he added.

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  • Guardiola says Kevin De Bruyne never makes a wrong decision

    Guardiola says Kevin De Bruyne never makes a wrong decision

    Ilkay Gundogan, making his second start in a week on his return from injury, also saw a shot deflect wide and De Bruyne's latest attempt was well handled by Boruc down low. City, though, finished the match with 10 men after Nolito was shown a straight red card on 86 minutes for putting his head towards Adam Smith's face.

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  • Is Chipotle abandoning their non-Mexican eatery concepts?

    Is Chipotle abandoning their non-Mexican eatery concepts?

    Chipotle - damaged by food-borne illness breakouts and a class-action lawsuit filed by employees - experienced a stock drop of 26.5 percent during the first half of the year. It is also unclear whether the purchase will reverse Pershing Square Holdings' recent downfall. It has been criticized for having all white and nearly all male board members.

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  • Federal order forbids Samsung Galaxy Note 7 use on planes

    Federal order forbids Samsung Galaxy Note 7 use on planes

    These included " 26 reports of burns and 55 reports of property damage, including fires in cars and a garage ". According to government officials, SAMSUNG failed to coordinate efforts with USA safety authorities, leading to delays in providing replacement devices and resolving the problem for customers in the U.S.

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  • FIRST ALERT WEATHER: Julia weakens to tropical depression

    FIRST ALERT WEATHER: Julia weakens to tropical depression

    One of three active tropical storms in the Atlantic Basin, Karl with 45mph winds, joins Julia off the South Carolina Coast and Ian heading into the North Atlantic. Closer to Cape Verde is Tropical Depression Twelve. It is moving east-southeast at 5 miles per hour. "We are back in our typical summer pattern with sea breeze storms being the main concern on through the end of the weekend", Bridges said.

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  • Senator says Israel made a mistake by signing security deal

    Senator says Israel made a mistake by signing security deal

    The United States on Wednesday promised Israel $38 billion between 2019 and 2028 to buy advanced planes and weaponry and boost its missile defence shield, the biggest pledge of military aid in U.S. and Israeli representatives on Wednesday. But the right-wing Netanyahu decided it would be best to forge a new arrangement with Obama, who leaves office in January, rather than hoping for better terms from the next USA administration, according to officials on both sides.

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  • US House committee to hold hearing on Wells Fargo sales practices

    A similar issue regarding the excessive pressure exerted by the bank over its employees was mentioned in the lawsuit filed against the bank in May a year ago. Some 5,300 employees have been fired. The bank hired an outside firm that looked for potentially bogus accounts, a process that was finalized before the settlements were announced.

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  • Ford fact checks Trump: We will be here forever

    Ford fact checks Trump: We will be here forever

    Fields said "zero" jobs will be lost in the USA and said "it is really unfortunate when politics get in the way of the facts". "They think they're going to get away with this and they fire all their employees in the United States and. Fields' decision to appear on CNN came after Trump appeared earlier today on Fox News and said, if elected, he will impose a 35% tax on automotive imports from Mexico.

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  • Bayer signs deal to acquire Monsanto for $66 billion

    It's the third time Bayer has hiked up its offer, and this time, it was enough to win over Monsanto's board. Bayer AG, the company that invested aspirin and once trademarked "Heroin" as a cough medicine, wooed Monsanto's board with a $US66 billion ($88 billion) offer on Wednesday night Australian time.

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  • Putin proposes compromise over islands dispute with Japan

    A spate of other recent hacks, mostly targeting Democratic Party organizations but also state electoral systems, have raised alarms among USA intelligence officials that Moscow is trying to influence the American elections. If you have been paying attention during the run-up toward this year's USA presidential elections, an unprecedented and intriguing element has been added to the churning pot of politics.

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  • Oil prices retreat on global glut worries

    Oil prices retreat on global glut worries

    Analysts and traders surveyed by The Wall Street Journal expect crude inventory rose 5.4 million barrels in the week ended September 9 making up some of the drop reported in the prior week. Also, disturbances between Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) members and non-OPEC members over oil output freeze also weigh heavily on global oil prices.

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  • Wells Fargo lowers sales goal after $185M fine

    After meeting Tuesday with Wells Fargo President Tim Sloan, Rep. Elijah Cummings , the ranking member of the House Oversight Committee, requested a batch of documents on the bank's sales practices and the salaries and positions of those fired for improper sales tactics.

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  • More protesters arrested at Dakota Access pipeline site

    More protesters arrested at Dakota Access pipeline site

    He announced in the letter that company representatives would meet with officials in Washington, D.C., to "understand their position" and reiterate this commitment. "It is long past time to call into question all these risky pipeline projects that have become increasingly common, generally with far less public notice than the Dakota Access pipeline, or the similar successful campaign against the Keystone XL pipeline, has garnered", Ross added.

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  • HPE said to plan sale of its software unit

    HPE said to plan sale of its software unit

    The stock was up close to 3.17% on active volume in last trading session and closed at $22.16 per share. HPE shares rose as much as 4 percent on the news and ended Thursday's NY trading up 3.2 percent at $US22.16, giving the company a market capitalisation of $US36.8 billion.

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  • Flood warning as thunderstorms return

    Flood warning as thunderstorms return

    Its chief forecaster says slow-moving, thundery showers may lead to torrential downpours across North Somerset, with the risk of frequent lightning. However, there is also the risk of frequent lightning. After being named the hottest place in the United Kingdom for more than 100 years earlier this week, Kent is now set for a two-day deluge. Following the balmy forecasts, warnings have been sounded by Public Health England (PHE) urging caution over the coming days and nights.

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  • US Household Income Grew at Fastest Rate in 2015

    US Household Income Grew at Fastest Rate in 2015

    In fact, the largest income gains past year went to the very poorest Americans. The data was 2.4 per cent lower than the peak level of the median household income of $57,909 in 1999, the bureau said. "For example, a white male age 20 to 24 with at least some college, unmarried, has a 5-year risk of poverty equal to 20.4 percent; a nonwhite male with the same characteristics has a 45.3 percent risk of encountering poverty within a 5-year period".

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  • British inflation surprisingly holds steady in August

    British inflation surprisingly holds steady in August

    Month-over-month, consumer price inflation accelerated 0.3 percent, compared to estimates for a gain of 0.4 percent and following a decline of 0.1 percent in July. The annual inflation rates will still tend to rise further over the next few months given weakness in late 2015, but overall increases may be limited.

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  • Football Pools to be sold in deal worth almost £100 million

    Football Pools to be sold in deal worth almost £100 million

    Littlewoods Pools was founded in 1923 by John Moores and its Edge Lane building remains one of Liverpool's most famous landmarks. Its current managing director Conleth Byrne and finance director Carl Lynn will become the new company's chief executive and chief financial officer repectively.

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  • Hanjin Shipping gets $44.6M from former, current chiefs

    Hanjin Shipping gets $44.6M from former, current chiefs

    South Korea's top ocean shipper Hanjin filed for bankruptcy protection on August 31. However, this is seen by analysts as granting the company more time for an orderly liquidation, given that the government has signaled that it sees no future for Hanjin by calling on smaller rival Hyundai Merchant to buy its healthy assets.

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  • USA wants India to continue constructive role in Afghanistan

    USA wants India to continue constructive role in Afghanistan

    Speaking at IIT-Delhi, Kerry also commented on religious polarisation in India but said that he did not want to get involved in the politics of another nation. Addressing a new conference during his visit to New Delhi , Kerry said Washington would launch trilateral talks with New Delhi and Kabul next month.

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  • Amazon Opens Pop Up Stores

    Amazon Opens Pop Up Stores

    As of August, Amazon had 16 pop-up stores in the USA - almost three times as many as the six it had at the end of a year ago, according to the source. The pop-up stores may not be as much a threat to booksellers as to electronics retailers such as Best Buy (BBY) or Staples (SPLS), which also sell similar phone cables, batteries, chargers and the like.

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  • Hewlett Packard Forecasts Profit That May Beat Estimates

    Micro Focus said the move was a rare opportunity to expand significantly, with the combined business expected to have annual revenue of US$4.5bn and underlying earnings of US$1.35bn. The deal was announced with HPE's latest quarterly earnings. HPE shareholders however will still retain 50.1 per cent of the combined company that will operate using the name Micro Focus and be run by its executives.

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  • Loved ones gather for 9/11 anniversary ceremony

    Loved ones gather for 9/11 anniversary ceremony

    Pittsburgh Penguins executive Tom McMillan, who has written a book about Flight 93 and is vice president of the friends of Flight 93 Memorial, read a litany of remembrance. "Fifteen years are like 15 seconds", Giaccone said. "That firsthand experience is leaving our building". "It brings back all those memories", Foster said.

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  • Pregnant Janet Jackson on bed rest

    Pregnant Janet Jackson on bed rest

    If she gained that much in pregnancy doctors would be concerned not only for the #Health of the baby but Jackson's own health. Janet's always been super private about her life, but reports are saying the reason she's been under the radar recently is because she's been ordered by doctors to be on bed rest .

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  • Sports Direct appoints staff representative to its board

    Steve Turner of the Unite union said that the agencies through which Sports Direct hired staff were a "big concern" and that he was "shocked" that the retailer does not have contracts with the workers. The trade union Unite welcomed the report as "significant progress" and said it will seek to work constructively with Sports Direct over the coming months to ensure "it stays true to its promise to restore dignity and respect to the workplace".

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