• Samsung expects steady Q3 profit despite Note 7 recall

    Revenue for the quarter likely fell 5.2 percent to 49 trillion won, the South Korean firm said. Tech giantSamsung Electronics on October 7 released its third-quarter earnings guidance that beat analyst estimates following a large-scale recall of its latest Galaxy Note 7 smartphone.

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  • Trump forum was likely debate prep, says host

    Trump forum was likely debate prep, says host

    Trump has tried out some new attack lines in recent days, though most of his debate prep continues to be rapid-fire, question-and-answer sessions with advisers on his plane as he kept up a busy campaign schedule that took him to Virginia, Colorado , Arizona and Nevada in the first half of the week.

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  • Business leaders call Trump bad for economy in new letter

    Business leaders call Trump bad for economy in new letter

    Debate moderator Elaine Quijano attempted to get Tim Kaine and Mike Pence to stop talking over one another during the debate on October 6, 2016. While Democrats have slammed him over the report , Trump, who made much of his business acumen on the campaign trail, has said he "brilliantly used" USA tax rules to his advantage to limit his tax bills.

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  • Georgia, South Carolina football game pushed back to Sunday afternoon

    McGarity said the reason that occurred was because the needed services could not be provided to host a football game. During her Hurricane Matthew update on Thursday morning, Gov. "But that was something that would not have been acceptable, as far as that". Georgia and SC are not the only two teams affected by Hurricane Matthew.

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  • Samsung flags profit jump despite damaging recall

    A second recall could be instituted if the Note 7 in question was one of the " safe " replacement devices distributed by Samsung after the original recall, Bloomberg said . Samsung started selling the Note 7 in South Korea on August 19 but halted sales and conducted a global recall of 2.5 million units earlier last month following reports of some of the devices catching fire while being charged.

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  • JonBenet's brother files defamation suit against pathologist

    The lawsuit was filed on October 6 and argues that forensic pathologist Dr. Werner Spitz defamed Ramsey's character with false statements in an interview promoting the CBS documentary, "The Case of: JonBenét Ramsey". Lin Wood told Rolling Stone . The suit claims Ramsey is a private citizen and, until he spoke with Dr. Phil in September, had never voluntarily discussed his sister's death with the media.

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  • BLM co-founder: 'Not all of those groups are Black Lives Matter'

    Understand the Black Lives Matter movement and that its representing years of oppression and violence and that comparing it to something like the upheaval of the students at homecoming date change is not really comparable. Such comments come as little surprise when the data on Christian support for BLM is considered; according to a study from Barna Group , while 76 per cent of evangelicals believe that all lives matter , ironically, only 13 per cent support the movement's message.

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  • UK Tories battle over soft or hard EU exit

    UK Tories battle over soft or hard EU exit

    PM May said: "We have voted to leave the European Union and become a fully independent, sovereign country". "Given the pound weakness right now, for United States investors, it's really only a win if you are a new investor and you're bullish", Odeluga said.

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  • Thai officials: Activist Joshua Wong sent back to Hong Kong

    Nathan Law, who co-founded the political party Demosisto with Wong earlier this year, demanded an explanation and apology from the Thai government. "I'm fortunate to have returned to Hong Kong", Wong said. Writing after Gui's disappearance, Kerry Brown, a professor of Chinese Studies at King's College London, said that "we seem to be seeing a wholly new form of the Chinese state acting outside its borders in ways which are opaque, arbitrary, and worryingly predatory".

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  • Boy killed in Townville shooting gets superhero's sendoff

    Boy killed in Townville shooting gets superhero's sendoff

    Hall was shot in a main artery in his thigh, causing massive blood loss leading to cardiopulmonary arrest, and he died Saturday at Greenville Medical Center, his family said. Rainier Ehrhardt/AP Photo Kortnie Lanclos, of Liberty, S.C., wears a Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles shell before a superhero-themed funeral service for Jacob Hall at Oakdale Baptist Church, Oct.

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  • UK Labour leader Corbyn says he plans no purge of critics

    Even some in the Conservatives say Brexit could foster complacency - allowing the party's own rifts to drive Britain's biggest shift in policy since the end of World War Two. Copeland MP Jamie Reed, who has opposed Mr Corbyn since he first became leader past year, led the calls. The re-elected Labour leader had been urged by MPs to restore shadow cabinet elections as an olive branch after a bitter leadership campaign.

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  • Strong winds from big typhoon hit Taiwan, at least 4 dead

    Strong winds from big typhoon hit Taiwan, at least 4 dead

    Megi will pack some punch as it sweeps into China as a strong tropical storm or minimal typhoon , the Weather Underground predicted. As reported , the typhoon made landfall at 4.40 am local time. Taiwan's Central Weather Bureau lifted the land typhoon warning Wednesday after the storm's eastern edge left the island. More than 5,000 people were evacuated from their homes while about 2,000 are now in shelters.

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  • One Stock Analysts Are Watching - Ford Motor Company (NYSE:F)

    One Stock Analysts Are Watching - Ford Motor Company (NYSE:F)

    Goldman Sachs Group Inc. set a $36.00 target price on shares of General Motors and gave the stock a "neutral" rating in a research note on Thursday, July 7th. The net profit margin for General Motors Company stands at 7.90%. During the same quarter in the prior year, the company posted $1.29 earnings per share.

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  • Mall stabbing victims asked if they were Muslim

    Mall stabbing victims asked if they were Muslim

    On the night of September 17, Adan wore a security guard uniform and went to Crossroads Center mall armed with what appeared to be a kitchen knife, according to authorities. Kendall says showing the video at this time in the investigation is something they would not normally do, but in the interest of transparency they made a decision to go ahead and release the video footage.

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  • Pakistan, Kashmir 'inseparable,' stop 'rights violations': Sharif to India

    Pakistan, Kashmir 'inseparable,' stop 'rights violations': Sharif to India

    The news channel said Akbar stated that the Pakistan Army was caught unawares by the Indian attack and lost five soldiers. "Such claims find no resonance amongst the worldwide community". Churkin's remarks come as a clear snub to Pakistan, which had approached the Security Council just last week on the surgical strikes conducted by India to target terror launch pads across the Line of Control as well as on the Kashmir issue.

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  • India, France sign Rafale fighter jet deal

    India, France sign Rafale fighter jet deal

    Pointing out that the jets in India's air force date back to the 1970s and 1980s, defense analyst Gulshan Luthra in New Delhi says "this gives them (the air force) a cutting edge technology, and although the number of aircraft is small, it will be their spearhead".

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  • 2 students, teacher injured in SC school shooting

    2 students, teacher injured in SC school shooting

    Deputy Chief Keith Smith says the shooting happened on the playground behind the school and the shooter never entered the school. Anderson District 4 Superintendent Joanne Avery said a teen suspect is in custody and there is no longer an active threat.

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  • FBI's Comey faces more questions on extremism, Clinton email

    The FBI director also talked about the warning the Bureau sent in June, after the successful intrusions into voter registration databases from IL and Arizona. At a separate hearing on September 28, a Homeland Security official sought to assuage concerns among lawmakers about Russian interference in the election.

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  • APNewsBreak: NJ pays $1.5M in suit involving Christie allies

    Baroni was Christie's top appointee to the Port Authority of NY and New Jersey, which operates the bridge. High-ranking Christie and Cuomo staffers were in communication about the lane closures, Wildstein testified, and Cuomo instructed his top appointee, Pat Foye, to "lay off" Christie.

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  • Memory Lane: Francona Faces Past as Indians Meet Red Sox

    Butch Stearns is with the Red Sox in Cleveland , where the Indians have enjoyed great success this season. For the Red Sox, the key to this entire series lies in the Game 1 face-off between Rick Porcello and Trevor Bauer . Red Sox this year. Kipnis on the other hand, has.311 career average against Boston with six homers and 15 RBIs in 28 games. Farrell had nothing but praise for him a year into the job.

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  • Sharif Says India Blamed Pakistan for Uri Attack Without Probe

    Sharif Says India Blamed Pakistan for Uri Attack Without Probe

    Nawaz said that Pakistan's relations with Kashmiris have political, religious, geographical and cultural history. He reiterated that Pakistan will continue to provide diplomatic and logistic support to the freedom movement in Kashmir. Sharif blamed India for not letting any dialogue on Kashmir to proceed. "Without any investigation within a few hours India put blamed Pakistan for the attack".

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  • Afghan government signs draft peace deal, first since 2001

    Afghan government signs draft peace deal, first since 2001

    The UN Assistance Mission in Afghanistan (UNAMA) is encouraged by the initialing today in Kabul of a draft peace agreement between the Government of Afghanistan and Hezb-i-Islami Gulbuddin. Its last major attack was a vehicle bombing three years ago that killed six American soldiers and nine Afghan civilians. It is no longer the feared organisation it once was, but the Government is hailing its decision to give up violence as a major step forward.

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  • 2 officers on leave after girl's car death; 1 is girl's mother

    2 officers on leave after girl's car death; 1 is girl's mother

    Her mother Cassie Barker and fellow office Clark Ladner, who work for Hancock County Police Department in MS, have both been suspended following the launch of an investigation. The girl was strapped to her auto seat in the back of the police vehicle while the two officers were inside. Reports revealed that allegedly Cassie Barker had turned up unannounced at the home of Sergeant Clark Ladner right after he himself had just arrived.

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  • Bill Gates is The Richest Person in America (Again)

    Bill Gates is The Richest Person in America (Again)

    The owner and chairman of New Balance, Jim Davis, 73, of Newton, ranked 94th with a $5.2 billion net worth. Perot's dad, Ross Sr., did make the list, checking in with a $4 billion net worth at No. One in 10 were born outside the country, and they have a combined net worth of $250 billion . The annual Forbes 400 list featured 50 women, up from 43 a year ago.

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  • 'Watershed for NHS' as controversial junior doctors' contracts are rolled out

    'Watershed for NHS' as controversial junior doctors' contracts are rolled out

    The health secretary will tell the Conservative party conference on Tuesday that United Kingdom medical schools will be allowed to offer up to 1,500 extra places a year to reduce reliance on foreign-trained medics. "NHS hospitals have been spending our money on not just agency doctors but agency nurses". The increase also comes after the government has spent a year at loggerheads with junior doctors over the pressures being placed on them to fill rota gaps.

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  • United Nations releases satellite images of damage in Syria's Aleppo

    At least 18 people were killed when lorries unloading at a Syrian Arab Red Crescent warehouse in a rebel-held town outside Aleppo came under fire. "With our analysis, we determined it was an air strike and I think multiple other sources have said that as well", Mr Lars Bromley , research adviser at UNOSAT, told a news briefing.

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  • Jeremy Hunt Tackled For Foreign Doctors Crackdown With '#NotAllHunts' Praise Of Medics

    Jeremy Hunt Tackled For Foreign Doctors Crackdown With '#NotAllHunts' Praise Of Medics

    He also revealed that the first thing he did after being told by Theresa May he would continuing as Health Secretary under her premiership was to put the NHS badge he usually wears back on his lapel. Indeed, following the five years in which labour increased the NHS budget in real terms by nearly 50%, the Kings Fund calculated that 43% of that extra taxpayer investment went on inflation in NHS pay and prices - that's £18.9 billion which could instead have been spent on extra doctors, nurses or ...

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  • Carnival Cruise changes itineraries due to Hurricane Matthew

    Carnival Cruise changes itineraries due to Hurricane Matthew

    A cruise ship destined for Turks and Caicos turned into an unexpected, unplanned and unwanted trip to New York City for 1,600 passengers when Hurricane Matthew began barreling into the voyage's path. Matthew was over the Bahamas Wednesday and steadily moving toward Florida, where it is expected to by a Category 4 storm centered just 20 miles or so from Cape Canaveral.

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  • APNewsBreak: Arrests in Thailand-US sex trafficking ring

    APNewsBreak: Arrests in Thailand-US sex trafficking ring

    US Attorney Andrew Luger announces the indictment of 17 people in an worldwide sex trafficking ring that brought hundreds of Thai women to the US for what federal authorities called "modern day slavery". As part of the operation, the women were forced to work long hours to pay off tens of thousands of dollars in bondage debts. The victims endured physical and psychological abuse at the hands of the organization leaders.

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  • FACT CHECK: Vice Presidential Debate

    Louis, by delivering new lines of attack for their principals to use. She also got Trump to say it was "smart" that he possibly didn't pay federal income taxes . Kaine may also try to probe the sharp differences on political philosophy between Pence and Trump - on issues ranging from trade to Trump's birtherism crusade to foreign policy - that make the Indiana's governor's position on the GOP ticket a balancing act.

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  • 4 things you need to know about Google's Pixel phone

    This device looks quite sleek, reminiscent of previous Google Nexus phones but making a visual name for itself with its metal edge and glass up front and behind. Google Assistant is the company's answer to similar concierge services from rivals, including Siri, Amazon's Alexa and Microsoft's Cortana. An unlocked Pixel smartphone will set you back $649 or more, and it's available from the Google Store or from Verizon (which will be the only carrier to sell the phone in the US).

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  • Dutch journalist killed in Libyan city of Sirte

    Dutch journalist killed in Libyan city of Sirte

    Forces dominated by fighters from Misrata and aligned with Libya's United Nations -backed government have been battling to capture Islamic State's former stronghold for more than four months. The IS death toll is not known. An ISIS defeat in Sirte would be a serious blow to the group, which has faced major setbacks in Iraq and Syria in recent months.

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  • Rooney: Allardyce's departure a 'shame'

    Rooney: Allardyce's departure a 'shame'

    That is not a perspective Rooney shares having grown used to the "massive over-hype" that follow his displays, or, as seen over recent days, being dropped from the United side. Considering their early season form, the likes of Everton's Gareth Barry and Crystal Palace's Wilfried Zaha and Andros Townsend will wonder why they have not been included.

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  • Yahoo secretly scanned customer emails for US intelligence officials, Reuters reports

    According to the report , the request was made in 2015, via a classified directive. For years, Yahoo has been scanning the email of unknowing users and then turning this information over to United States intelligence agencies. At the time, a Yahoo spokesperson said that the company has "strict controls in place to protect the security of our data centers, and we have not given access to our data centers to the NSA or to any other government agency".

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