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  • National Football League ratings soar on 1st Sunday after voting

    National Football League ratings soar on 1st Sunday after voting

    New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski (87) runs through a tackle attempt from Seattle Seahawks safety Earl Thomas III (29). He knocked the ball loose a couple times, those matchups that he was battling through to keep them at bay somewhat, and then just his presence is so welcomed and so meaningful.

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  • Green Party files for Wisconsin recount, audit

    Republican Donald Trump edged out Democrat Hillary Clinton by some 27,000 votes in Wisconsin, becoming the first GOP presidential candidate to win the state since 1984. President-elect Donald Trump has tapped Fox News analyst McFarland to serve as deputy national security adviser. Stein is also looking to file recount petitions in MI and Pennsylvania, whose election outcomes were wildly different than what polls had been predicted.

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  • Trump breaks campaign pledge, won't prosecute Clinton

    Trump breaks campaign pledge, won't prosecute Clinton

    The development comes at a time when Hillary Clinton's popular vote margin is growing on steadily. " Hillary Clinton is the defender of the corrupt and rigged status quo". It's the third time the president-elect has offered a different opinion on America's election process, and the second time since the November 8 election.

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  • Hottest stock list: Palo Alto Networks, Inc. (NYSE:PANW)

    Alliancebernstein L.P. now owns 2,037,537 shares of the network technology company's stock worth $249,884,000 after buying an additional 1,120,097 shares during the last quarter. The stock had a trading capacity of 1.02M shares. The shares were sold at an average price of $144.29, for a total transaction of $3,812,574.67. The share price is now -9.11 percent versus its SMA20, -8.81 percent versus its SMA50, and -1.75 percent versus its SMA200.

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  • Trump business ties that pose conflicts

    Mr. Trump has said that in order to avoid conflicts of interest, he would turn over control of the Trump Organization to his children, but the president-elect has already shown an interest in keeping a heavy hand in his business dealings, even in the context of his presidency.

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  • Companies to watch this Black Friday

    Companies to watch this Black Friday

    Despite the popularity of " Black Friday " sales , according to a recent survey conducted by SurveyMonkey on behalf of BestBlackFriday.com, only 17.96 percent of Americans approve of stores being open on Thanksgiving. If you're in the USA, you'll need to wait a little longer - there, Amazon is counting down to the main Black Friday week so it's a bit less generous at present, but there are still some decent deals to be had there too.

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  • AAA: Substantial Increase in Thanksgiving Travel Expected

    As millions plan to hit the road this week for Thanksgiving , prices at the pump continue to move along with them. If you are traveling for Thanksgiving, better leave early - very early. The average price of a gallon of gas in Wisconsin decreased from $2.27 in 2015 to $2.03 this year, according to AAA Wisconsin . That's higher than past year, but still relatively low.

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  • France says attacks on hospitals are war crimes

    France says attacks on hospitals are war crimes

    Adham Sahloul of the Syrian American Medical Society, which supports several hospitals in opposition areas in Syria, said it appeared the government was focusing its fire on Aleppo's medical infrastructure, including the central blood bank, which was also hit.

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  • Congress leads protest march to PM's residence against demonetization

    Congress leads protest march to PM's residence against demonetization

    A united opposition today protested against demonetisation outside Parliament as Mamata Banerjee hit the streets of Delhi once again demanding the Prime Minister's ouster as "country was not safe in his hands", but the government ruled out revoking the exercise, declaring rolling back something is "not in Modi's blood".

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  • No charges for Brad Pitt in alleged flight dispute

    This comes weeks after the 52-year-old actor was cleared in a separate investigation by the Los Angeles County Department of Children and Family Services for claims that Pitt hit his 15-year-old son, Maddox, on a private jet on September 14, according to BBC News .

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  • Modi to attend RS tomorrow to end deadlock

    Government sources are neither ruling out nor confirming if Modi will make an intervention in the debate, saying it was a call the Prime Minister could take in the course of the debate. However, the government is keeping its cards close to its chest on whether the Prime Minister will indeed intervene in the debate on demonetization, a demand being made by the Opposition in the Upper House.

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  • 115000 passengers hit as Lufthansa strike heads into second day

    115000 passengers hit as Lufthansa strike heads into second day

    Lufthansa said strikes on Friday would affect all of its flights within Germany and Europe, but long-haul flights from Frankfurt and Munich would operate as scheduled. Austrian and SWISS are using larger planes to carry passengers during the strike, while Lufthansa has reserved nearly 4,000 hotel rooms in Frankfurt and Munich for stranded passengers.

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  • Oil prices rise on falling shale output, renewed hopes of OPEC cut

    Oil prices rise on falling shale output, renewed hopes of OPEC cut

    Falih was expected to meet other energy ministers from OPEC and possibly Novak on Friday, the sources said, speaking on condition of anonymity because the meetings were not made public. USA light crude was up 75 cents at $46.32. Saudi Arabia increased its crude oil exports to 7.812 million barrels per day in September from 7.305 million bpd in August, the kingdom's self-reported figures to the Joint Organizations Data Initiative (JODI) showed on Thursday.

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  • Little People, Big World's Zach and Tori Roloff expecting baby in spring

    Little People, Big World's Zach and Tori Roloff expecting baby in spring

    Zach and his parents have dwarfism and his three siblings (including his fraternal twin Jeremy) are of average height. " Little People, Big World " airs 8 p.m. "That would be a super emotional time for me". Tori , a kindergarten teacher, told her 181,000 followers. Zach also opened up about what he thinks he'll be like as a Dad: 'I'll be a fun, hands on dad, but also the disciplinarian.

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  • Couple had sex in McDonald's lot in front of boy, 6

    Couple had sex in McDonald's lot in front of boy, 6

    Clark and Onorato are both charged with impairing morals of a minor and breach of peace. Kimberly Onorato, 28, and Rory Clark, 27, allegedly told police that they were "cuddling" after two McDonald's employees called 911 to report two people engaged in sexual activity in the parking lot.

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  • The Growth Forecast For:Rice Midstream Partners LP (NYSE:RMP)

    The Growth Forecast For:Rice Midstream Partners LP (NYSE:RMP)

    The Hedge Fund company now holds 10,775 shares of DPM which is valued at $377,125. US Bancorp DE increased its position in Dominion Midstream Partners by 4.4% in the second quarter. The business also recently announced a quarterly dividend, which was paid on Monday, November 14th. Back on November 2, 2016, it posted earnings per-share earnings at $0 which missed the consensus $0.07 projection (negative surprise of -100%).

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  • Long-time Fidelity Investments Chairman Edward C. Johnson to retire

    Long-time Fidelity Investments Chairman Edward C. Johnson to retire

    In recent months, the elder Johnson was seen walking with the aid of a cane along Charles Street in Boston's tony Beacon Hill neighborhood. "This expansion of responsibilities is a natural progression of Abby's 28-year career at Fidelity, in which she has taken on increasingly more challenging and complex roles", Ned Johnson said in the memo.

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  • Screwfix digital sales contribute to Kingfisher growth

    Screwfix digital sales contribute to Kingfisher growth

    B&Q owner Kingfisher has reported a solid set of third-quarter results, driven by another strong performance at Screwfix. Like-for-like sales increased 1.8% year-on-year to £2.96bn ($3.7bn) in the three months to 31 October, following a 3% growth in the previous quarter.

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  • Rare Pokemon card sells for record US$54970 at auction

    Rare Pokemon card sells for record US$54970 at auction

    The rare card shows Pikachu holding a quill, and it's now on eBay for upwards of $100,000. "The Pikachu Illustrator Card was given in January of 1998 to winners of the CoroCoro Comic Illustration Contest", said Barry Sandoval, Director of Operations for Comics at Heritage Auctions.

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  • Wall St. set to hit records as Trump-fueled rally continues

    Wall St. set to hit records as Trump-fueled rally continues

    They stocks tend to do better when bond yields fall because investors seeking income buy them for their big dividends. The CBOE VIX, a measure of 30-day implied volatility, fell 3.4% to 12.42, a two-month low. "By then this Trump-inspired market may come to an end for now", said Norihiro Fujito, senior investment strategist at Mitsubishi UFJ Morgan Stanley Securities.

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  • Volkswagen bets on new technology to bounce back

    The cuts came with a management pledge to create 9,000 new jobs in the area of battery production and mobility services at factories in Germany as part of efforts to shift towards electric and self-driving cars. Diess was spelling out details of his plans after the group announced a compromise with labour unions on Friday that will allow it to cut 30,000 jobs at the VW brand by 2025 in exchange for a commitment to avoid forced redundancies.

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  • Prime minister's pledge on R&D tax breaks

    Prime minister's pledge on R&D tax breaks

    The real terms increase in government investment for R&D will ensure that British business remains at the cutting edge of scientific and technological discovery, she said, in her first speech to the CBI Annual Conference. Government will also work on consulting on how the additional funding will be allocated to ensure that emerging fields where Britain has its strengths, such as robotics, AI, industrial biotechnology and advanced materials manufacturing, are capitalised upon.

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  • 5 food safety tips for Thanksgiving

    5 food safety tips for Thanksgiving

    The hours spent in the kitchen preparing turkey, mashed potatoes, pies and all the other fixings, however, comes with an increased risk for household fires. Make sure you have a working smoke alarm in the kitchen as well as on each level of the home, and inside and outside bedrooms. Holiday meals can be part of a joyous holiday season, but there are certain safety precautions that must be taken to guard against against cooking mishaps.

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  • Boral Buys Headwaters for $1.8 Billion

    Boral Buys Headwaters for $1.8 Billion

    Boral will pay around $US2.6 billion ($A3.5 billion) to buy United States company Headwaters Incorporated, saying the move will more than double its United States business and help accelerate development of its light building products platform.

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  • Will this be the most congested Thanksgiving weekend in history?

    This is the cheapest Thanksgiving gas since 2006, when the average was $2.09. Almost 90 percent of people celebrating the holiday away from home are expected to head out on the road, a almost two percent increase from a year ago. According to data release by AAA Northeast last week, an estimated 48.7 million Americans will journey 50 miles or more from home during the holiday period this week, an increase of one million travelers compared with a year ago.

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  • Ford confirms Lincoln MKC production staying in Louisville, clarifies Trump tweets

    Ford confirms Lincoln MKC production staying in Louisville, clarifies Trump tweets

    He further added that he "worked hard" to stop Ford's move to Mexico and that he was able to do it with the support of the people of Kentucky. Ford said Friday that it chose to continue producing the Lincoln MKC in Kentucky because of "changing business conditions" - not because of threats President-elect Donald Trump has made over the past 18 months to impose tariffs on cars made in Mexico.

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  • San Antonio police officer fatally shot while writing ticket

    The shooter then got back into the auto and fled the scene. The officer was a twenty-year veteran of the force and was pronounced dead at San Antonio Military Medical Center. "It's always hard especially in this day and age where police are being targeted across the county", he added. Dotson said the officer was not involved in a call or a traffic stop but was sitting in traffic when another auto pulled up alongside his marked police vehicle.

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  • Many outdoor activities banned as fires burn across South

    The Florida "Green" Incident Management Team has set a public community information meeting for Thursday at 7 p.m. for the communities affected by the Chestnut Knob Fire burning in South Mountains State Park. "We spend most of our days sleeping, preparing for the next night of work", Stepp said. Pat McCrory said at a news conference Monday. They said they're monitoring the situation.

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  • India struggles as millions throng banks to swap currency

    India struggles as millions throng banks to swap currency

    Despite claims of availability of additional Rs1,100 crores on Sundayevening, most of the ATMs across the city were found dysfunctional on Monday, adding worries to cash-starved commoners. "So, 250,000 of these, mostly in rural areas, will be able to disburse larger number of cash", he said. "But what takes most time is manual recalibration".

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  • Sindhu wins China Open final

    Sindhu wins China Open final

    Sindhu had reached her maiden Super Series final at the Denmark Open previous year but the title eluded her then as she lost in straight games to 2012 Olympic champion China's Li Xuerei. PV Sindhu scored up a 22-20 21-10 win over Bingjiao , who has won four titles - Bitburger Open, French Open, Japan Open and Swiss Open - this season in women's singles competition .

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  • Sea of foam dissipates as crews clean up

    The bobbing sea of white foam covered cars and blocked businesses as it cascaded onto a nearby street. Unfortunately there wasn't a fire, so instead a whole mess of fire-retarding chemical foam flooded a hangar Friday at San Jose International Airport before spilling into the streets.

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  • How Nepotism Law Might Affect Trump's White House

    How Nepotism Law Might Affect Trump's White House

    Then Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump is joined by his wife Melania, daughter Ivanka and son-in-law Jared Kushner as he speaks during a news conference at the Trump National Golf Club Westchester, June 7, 2016 in NY. Ethics lawyers in both parties said such an arrangement would violate a federal statute created to prevent family ties from influencing the functioning of the USA government.

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  • Big changes at McDonald's: Table service, kiosks, mobile pay

    Big changes at McDonald's: Table service, kiosks, mobile pay

    Customers can pay with their card directly at the kiosk, or print their receipt and pay at the cash register, or use Apple or Android Pay. McDonald's announced table service is coming to all United States locations, as well as a long list of other tweaks to the restaurant that brought you the Big Mac and the McRib.

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  • What are Research Firms Saying About Baker Hughes Incorporated (NYSE:BHI)?

    What are Research Firms Saying About Baker Hughes Incorporated (NYSE:BHI)?

    Public Service Enterprise Group Inc. consensus analyst price target has now moved to $45.17. The investment management company now holds a total of 168,592 shares of Baker Hughes Incorporated which is valued at $10,009,307 after selling 11,277 shares in Baker Hughes Incorporated, the firm said in a disclosure report filed with the SEC on Nov 10, 2016.

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  • Trump ditches media -- the public's eyes and ears -- again

    His daughter Ivanka and her husband, Jared Kushner, were seen getting into a vehicle in the motorcade. Hicks later revealed "I wasn't aware of this movement..." Finally a spokeswoman for the campaign confirmed he was having dinner but requested reporters respect Trump's privacy.

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  • Megyn Kelly's New Book Targeted in Hateful Amazon Reviews

    Megyn Kelly's New Book Targeted in Hateful Amazon Reviews

    Megyn Kelly's new book is under attack by online trolls who are attempting to torpedo sales by bombarding Amazon with negative reviews . And at the time , I didn't know what to do... Kelly said these experiences will have little to do with her deliberations over her future. "I've been very nice to you , although I could probably maybe not be based on the way you've treated me, but I wouldn't do that", Trump said when Kelly began grilling him about his history of misogynistic comments.

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