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  • Philadelphia Amtrak crash: Driver faces criminal charges

    The judge's unusual order came after the family of a woman killed in the crash sought a private criminal complaint - allowed under Pennsylvania law - against Brandon Bostian, who lived in Queens at the time of the derailment. "President Judge Neifield has ordered the filing of two private criminal complaints as a result of the Amtrak train 188 derailment. That was clearly wrong, as evidenced by the attorney general not only reversing course but adding charges".

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  • Comey negó tres veces lealtad exigida por Trump en cena privada

    Comey "disfrutó de un amplio apoyo dentro del FBI y sigue disfrutándolo al día de hoy”, apuntó McCabe ". Añadió que haber sido el subordinado de Comey había sido el "mayor privilegio" de su carrera. En una entrevista con NBC News , Trump también declaró que le había preguntado de frente a Comey si estaba siendo investigado, sin mostrar preocupación alguna sobre la posibilidad de interferir con una indagatoria activa del FBI .

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  • United Kingdom interest rates on hold at 0.25% as economy slows

    However, the Bank said that wages, while they have remained flat in recent years, were going to "recover significantly" the next three years, with the wider economy also set to strengthen. Echoing language from the last policy meeting in March, the bank said it would not take much upside news on growth and inflation for some other members of the MPC to join Forbes.

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  • Rue21 files for bankruptcy as retail woes drag on

    Rue21 files for bankruptcy as retail woes drag on

    Up to $175 million in financing from various lenders will help support day-to-day operations during the reorganization, including continuing employee wages without interruption; paying vendors for goods and services provided on or after the filing date; and honoring existing customer programs, including gift cards.

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  • México: Muere asesinado un reconocido periodista

    México: Muere asesinado un reconocido periodista

    Valdez , nació en Culiacán de Rosales, Sinaloa , el 14 de abril de 1967. "El agredido, Jonathan Rodríguez Córdova , se reporta fallecido". Valdez era un periodista muy prestigioso y premiado que escribía sobre todo del narcotráfico en Sinaloa .

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  • Hospital boss praises IT staff — NHS cyber attack

    Hospital boss praises IT staff — NHS cyber attack

    Security experts said his move bought precious time for organizations seeking to block the attacks. In his first public comments since the attack on Friday, Mr Hunt told Sky News: "Although we have never seen anything on this scale when it comes to ransomware attacks, they are relatively common and there are things that you can do, that everyone can do, all of us can do, to protect ourselves against them".

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  • Check Out The Ultimate Growth Story: Wells Fargo & Company

    Highland Capital Management LLC raised its position in Wells Fargo & Co by 25.9% in the first quarter. Osborn Williams & Donohoe LLC increased its position in Wells Fargo & Co by 1.7% in the first quarter. The business also recently disclosed a quarterly dividend, which will be paid on Thursday, June 1st. Stockholders of record on Friday, May 5th will be issued a $0.38 dividend.

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  • Soaring oil helps BP and Shell drive FTSE to new high

    Goldman sees long term oil prices at $45-$55 per barrel, but US producers have already said they plan to boost production at those prices. West Texas Intermediate ( WTI ) was dealing oil at 3.2 percent rise at $49.40 worldwide Brent at $52.47 per barrel achieving the same percentage rise.

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  • David Letterman to receive nation's top prize for comedy

    David Letterman to receive nation's top prize for comedy

    According to the New York Times , Deborah F. Rutter, the president of the Kennedy Center , said Letterman's comedy "was smart, authentic and, frankly, what many of us came to rely upon to elevate our spirits after a long day". Letterman has hosted more than six thousand episodes of late-night television between CBS' Late Show , which he hosted from 1993 to 2015, and NBC's Late Night with David Letterman, which he hosted from 1982 to 1993.

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  • Toyota respalda un proyecto de auto volador que espera salir en 2020

    Toyota respalda un proyecto de auto volador que espera salir en 2020

    Skydrive medirá 2.9 metros y será el coche volador más pequeño del mundo. Puede alcanzar una velocidad de 100 kilómetros por hora a una altura de 10 metros del suelo. Al cofundador del gigante de Internet estadounidense Google, Larry Page, también le seduce la idea y respalda proyectos en este sentido, como también lo hace el grupo europeo Airbus.

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  • MTA unveils bold plan to modernize New York City subway

    MTA unveils bold plan to modernize New York City subway

    The MTA is also expediting the delivery of 300 new subway cars, with the first arriving this fall. "We are implementing long-term capital improvements". It will add inspectors and resources to ensure every vehicle receives pre-service inspection before leaving a yard, to reduce the likelihood of failure.

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  • Macri convocó a empresarios para que Argentina sea "el supermercado del mundo"

    El presidente de China, Xi Jinping, pidió ayer lunes a mandatarios extranjeros que resistan la presión de cerrar los mercados, en un discurso durante un foro sobre una iniciativa comercial china. "Ya hay muchas empresas que apostaron a la región y espero que hoy encontremos muchas más que quieran venir a invertir", dijo Macri al llamar a las empresas asiáticas a hacer negocios en el país.

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  • Senators @ Penguins - Adjusting to the adjustments

    What killed Ottawa's chances of leaving Pittsburgh two up in the series was a lackluster third period in which they could not even manage a shot on net until after Kessel had scored at the 13:05 mark. Just like Rust, Schultz walked down the runway to the training room and never made it back. When asked how he handled not seeing an Ottawa Senators shot for about 15 minutes, Marc-Andre Fleury simply said that the only thing he does is "Wait".

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  • Real Madrid va por el bicampeonato de la Champions League

    Iba a ser muy difícil, lo sabíamos, pero al final hemos sabido controlar el partido . Hemos sido superiores todo el partido . "Hemos hecho un gran trabajo". No obstante, chocaron con el sistema defensivo rival y el costarricense Keylor Navas, quien evitó la caída de su portería en par de oportunidades. Al contrario que en su relativamente directo camino hacia la final del año pasado, cuando vencieron a la Roma, el Wolfsburgo y al Manchester City antes de ganar al Atlético por penaltis ...

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  • Syria fighting eases as Russian deal comes into effect

    Syria fighting eases as Russian deal comes into effect

    Government forces also bombarded rebel-held neighborhoods of Damascus, the observatory said. The walkout and the comments underline the huge difficulties of implementing such a deal. They have always been requested by rebel groups and rejected by the government. By Saturday morning "relative calm" was reported in the four de-escalation zones by both government and opposition officials.

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  • Trump defends his

    Trump defends his "absolute right" to share information with Russians

    Such sharing "could be a risk for our sources", the official said. "What the president shared was wholly appropriate ", he said. While Trump is correct to say he has an "absolute right" to share any information he wants, experts say that strategy can be risky - especially because allies could lose their trust in the USA ability to keep secrets and might stop sharing valuable intelligence with their American counterparts.

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  • Trump defends 'absolute right' to share 'facts' with Russia

    Trump defends 'absolute right' to share 'facts' with Russia

    Trump is accused of doing is not illegal. In his tweet early on Tuesday, Mr Trump said: "As President I wanted to share with Russian Federation (at an openly scheduled W.H. - An event on Tuesday hosted by the Center for American Progress could serve as a gathering of potential Democratic candidates for the 2020 race for the White House.

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  • Why SINA Corp. Stock Popped Today

    SINA Corp (NASDAQ: SINA ) had its target price raised by research analysts at T.H. Capital from $62.00 to $94.00 in a note issued to investors on Friday. The company's revenue for the quarter was up 67.0% compared to the same quarter past year. The firm's revenue was up 42.8% compared to the same quarter previous year.

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  • Trump's, Kremlin's account of information sharing at odds

    Trump's, Kremlin's account of information sharing at odds

    Trump added that he had shared the information with Russian Federation for "Humanitarian reasons, plus I want Russian Federation to greatly step up their fight against IS and terrorism". In his view, the president has complete authority to share highly sensitive information with whomever he chooses - though Trump doesn't exactly confirm the information he shared was classified.

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  • Oil prices build on gains on expectation of extended crude supply cut

    The level now serves as key potential support after USD/CAD broke out above 1.3600 in late April and then went on to hit a high slightly short of its 1.3800 resistance target just over a week ago. The global benchmark crude traded at a $2.65 premium to July WTI . "These combined volumes could largely offset the benefit of the extended cuts", Goldman Sachs said .

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  • Former SolarCity CEO Lyndon Rive will leave Tesla

    Rive has served as head of sales and services for Tesla since a year ago. Tesla's vice president of global infrastructure operations, Cal Lankton, will assume the expanded role of head of sales and operations for energy products, notes CNBC.

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  • Saudi Arabia, Russia push to extend oil output cut until March 2018

    The problem for OPEC and non-OPEC allies that have agreed to cuts in an effort to rebalance the global market, has been a reviving US energy sector and record inventory levels stateside, which are keeping a ceiling on prices. "The market will also be looking at export cuts and not just production cuts, which is what is required to rebalance the market". The global oil market is rebalancing at an accelerating rate, according to the International Energy Agency (IEA).

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  • Erdogan visits Trump, amid much friction between U.S., Turkey

    Erdogan visits Trump, amid much friction between U.S., Turkey

    Turkey's military operation in northern Syria was effectively limited by both the USA and Russian Federation, and the whole affair was halted a while ago. And it's these tensions that the White House visit is trying to smooth over. Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan speaks during the opening ceremony of the Belt and Road Forum in Beijing, China, May 14, 2017.

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  • Housing data, political turmoil hit dollar; stocks flat

    The dollar index, which measures the greenback against six other major currencies, and which rose to 14-year highs earlier this year on the view that Trump's plans for tax cuts and infrastructure spending would boost growth and inflation, fell to its weakest in over six months.

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  • Putin pide dejar de intimidar a Corea del Norte

    Putin pide dejar de intimidar a Corea del Norte

    La agencia de noticias oficial de Corea del Norte , KCNA , informó que el disparo del proyectil realizado el sábado pasado fue un ensayo para probar “las especificaciones tácticas y tecnológicas” de un nuevo modelo de misil llamado Hwasong-12, que podría ser capaz de llevar una “cabeza nuclear pesada de gran escala”.

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