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  • June Runoff Will Decide Winner Of Georgia Congressional Seat

    Democrat Jon Ossoff didn't win a special election for a Georgia congressional seat on Tuesday night. The runoff election for the House seat vacated by current HHS Secretary Tom Price is scheduled for June 20th. Only two of the four other Democrats in the race were able to pull at least one quarter of 1 percent of the total vote. "MoveOn members are fired up - and if Ossoff doesn't top 50 percent tonight, we're ready to help him finish this race with a victory in June".

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  • Unions warn of Hinkley Point C delays over bonus row

    Unions warn of Hinkley Point C delays over bonus row

    Unite and GMB are yet to consult their 700 members working at the Somerset site on whether to proceed with an strike ballot. According to the GMB and Unite, the other employer Keir Bam is now not at the negotiating table. project is completed on time". Tim Morris, Unite regional officer, said: "This poor offer is unacceptable under all of the circumstances and our members came to Hinkley Point under the belief that they would receive excellent pay and bonuses".

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  • Manuel Neuer sufre fractura del pie

    Bayern fue eliminado con un marcador global de 6-3. Neuer estará "ocho semanas" de baja, precisó el director general del equipo, Karl-Heinz Rummenigge, citado por la agencia deportiva SID, filial de la AFP. Neuer se lesionó en la jugada donde Cristiano Ronaldo anotó el tercer gol en la victoria del Real Madrid 4-2 ante Bayern Munich en tiempo extra dentro de la Champions League .

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  • Jobs Report: Economy Added Just 98000 Jobs in March, But Unemployment Fell

    Department of Labor (Bureau of Labor Statistics) in cooperation with ODJFS. But economists are already calling it a one month "blip" that may be due to winter weather. The construction industry faced bad news. Given rising inflation, the moderate job gains and gradual wage increases could still keep the Federal Reserve on course to raise interest rates again in June.

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  • UK's worst broadband provider REVEALED - Do you need to change your supplier?

    UK's worst broadband provider REVEALED - Do you need to change your supplier?

    Frequent price hikes, connection drop outs, unreliable speeds and woeful levels of service when trying to contact providers all contributed to the low scores. Just a third of providers (four in 12) managed to achieve more than three start for broadband speeds. A TalkTalk spokesperson said: "Our extensive improvement programme has already led to fewer faults, faster average speeds, shorter times to resolve issues and customers reporting higher satisfaction levels".

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  • Cormagdalena declaró urgencia manifiesta para contratar dragado de puerto de Barranquilla

    Cormagdalena declaró urgencia manifiesta para contratar dragado de puerto de Barranquilla

    El funcionario indicó que las firmas interesadas en participar en esta licitación podrán consultar los prepliegos correspondientes al proceso LP-PRE-DO-SMF-031-2017 en el portal único de contratación Secop. "Nos ahorramos 90 días". Es así como la próxima semana se ha programado la primera de estas reuniones con gremios y empresarios de Barranquilla. Pero no nos quedamos con los brazos cruzados.

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  • Trump firma orden para 'frenar' visas laborales

    Trump puso en marcha así la iniciativa a la que se refirió como " Compra estadounidense, contrata estadounidense " en un acto en una fábrica en Kenosha, población del estado de Wisconsin , una región del país en la que triunfó en las elecciones presidenciales de noviembre pasado.

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  • IBM weighs on Dow but other indexes rise

    The S&P 500 sank into the red in the final two hours, joining the Dow which had fallen into negative territory earlier in the day. However, the broader S&P 500 was up 7.69 points or 0.33% at 2,349.88, while the tech-focused Nasdaq rose 33.06 points or 0.57% to 5,882.53.

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  • Patriots' Gronkowski crashes White House Press Briefing

    Patriots' Gronkowski crashes White House Press Briefing

    Tom Brady was a no-show (as he was in 2015) citing "personal matters" but said he hoped to be back on the South Lawn for a future championship. Several players this year alluded to U.S. In all, 34 Patriots players attended the White House - a comparable number to in years past. But the Patriots never gave up, mounting a comeback as unlikely as Trump's own win three months earlier.

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  • Best known Analyst's Ratings: Skechers U.S.A., Inc.'s (SKX)

    Best known Analyst's Ratings: Skechers U.S.A., Inc.'s (SKX)

    This showed the surprise of -55.6% in the last quarter earnings. PNC Financial Services Group Inc. raised its stake in Skechers U.S.A.by 16.9% in the third quarter. Analyst recommendation for this stock stands at 2.40. Zacks Investment Research raised shares of Skechers USA from a "sell" rating to a "hold" rating in a research note on Tuesday, February 14th.

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  • OPEC 'optimistic' about oil price recovery

    OPEC 'optimistic' about oil price recovery

    Analysts said trimming of positions by traders due to subdued demand in the spot market against sufficient stocks position mainly attributed the slide in crude palm oil prices at futures trade. This as the market sensed an emerging stalemate between Opec-Nopec cutting efforts on one side and rising USA production on the other. Moreover, oil prices were under pressure as a stronger US dollar dented investor sentiment, which made the dollar-denominated oil less attractive for holders of other ...

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  • GM says plant in Venezuela has been seized

    GM says plant in Venezuela has been seized

    The Venezuelan government, which frequently blames big business for economic sabotage, hasn't commented on the expropriation. The automaker added that the seizure of General Motors Venezolana, its Venezuelan subsidiary, shows a "total disregard" of its legal rights.

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  • India telecom sector faces bad loan risks, RBI tells banks

    India telecom sector faces bad loan risks, RBI tells banks

    The Resereve Bank of India has advised the banks to keep higher provisions for the loss-ridden telecom sector. The RBI directive to banks on telecom sector loans has come at a time when competition has hot up in the segment and there were reports of stress from the companies.

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  • Por un desafío, Ricky Martin bailó en calzoncillos

    Por un desafío, Ricky Martin bailó en calzoncillos

    El sensual Ricky llegó en ropa interior para imitar la escena donde Cruise baila al son de 'Old time rock and roll'. Esta noche, la televisión estadounidense mostrará a Ricky Martin más desatado que nunca arriba de un escenario. Durante el espacio conducido por Chrissy Teigen y LL Cool J , el artista se enfrentó a la modelo Kate Upton en una batalla de doblaje de canciones.

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  • Israeli officials: Assad believed to have to 3 tons of chemical weapons

    Israeli officials: Assad believed to have to 3 tons of chemical weapons

    Theresa May welcomed the air strikes, as did European allies including Germany and France , but the Conservative Party is reportedly divided over the extent of British involvement in any future operations against Assad. But it has carried out a number air strikes against suspected arms shipments bound for Assad's ally Hezbollah in Lebanon, and in retaliation to errant fire into the Golan Heights.

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  • Cuomo, Christie call for independent review of Penn Station

    Cuomo, Christie call for independent review of Penn Station

    LIRR carries 230,000 passengers through Penn Station every weekday, and NJ Transit brings almost 200,000 commuters through the hub each day. Reps for FRA and Amtrak did not have immediate comment on the letter. Last week, it was revealed that a few pieces of wood sitting beneath the tracks at the station caused the most recent derailment. The Federal Railroad Administration is investigating both incidents.

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  • President Trump Hosts 21000 to His 1st Easter Egg Roll

    President Trump Hosts 21000 to His 1st Easter Egg Roll

    Spicer, however, did take a moment to pose with his Easter Bunny successor and share the snap on Instagram. It was just made smaller, down from the 35,000 people who got tickets previous year, but retaining such activities as a reading nook, an area to send messages to USA troops and an entertainment stage.

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  • Guatemala formaliza detención de Duarte, espera solicitud de extradición

    Además, precisó algunos datos personales como su nombre, su dirección y su fecha de nacimiento... por su parte su abogado defensor indicó que no han tenido acceso al expediente. El ex gobernador de Veracruz, Javier Duarte de Ochoa , rechazó el proceso de extradición a México este día en la audiencia que se realiza en Guatemala , hasta que las autoridades de nuestro país hagan la petición formal de la misma.

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  • Will Nintendo release a Nintendo Switch Mini in 2019?

    Will Nintendo release a Nintendo Switch Mini in 2019?

    The remaining copies were sold for the company's last console, the Wii U. Of course, there is no discounting the success The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild has brought to the Switch, as there were over 1 million copies of the hugely popular and highly received title, which had a 100% attachment rate with the console.

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  • After poll defeat, Jakarta's Christian governor may escape jail

    After poll defeat, Jakarta's Christian governor may escape jail

    Baswedan will officially take over as governor in October. He said: "Our focus is social justice, ending inequality, and our commitment is to safeguard diversity and unity". "We understand that our supporters are disappointed". Investors in Indonesian markets are likely to return to fundamentals such as corporate earnings, now that the political uncertainties surrounding the divisive Jakarta election have diminished, analysts said.

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  • US Jobless Claims Fell to 234000 Last Week

    US Jobless Claims Fell to 234000 Last Week

    Claims have now been below 300,000, a threshold associated with a healthy labor market, for 110 straight weeks. The four-week moving average declined to 247,250 from a revised 250,250 the previous week. "Claims remain low, adding to the evidence that the slowing in payrolls in March was due to weather effects", said Jim O'Sullivan, chief USA economist at High Frequency Economics in Valhalla, New York.

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  • Verizon reports 20 percent fall in quarterly profit

    Verizon reports 20 percent fall in quarterly profit

    As per Saturday, August 8, the company rating was upgraded by Zacks. Capital International Inc. CA now owns 57,310 shares of the cell phone carrier's stock worth $3,059,000 after buying an additional 45,550 shares during the period. had sold 668 shares worth $32,926 on Monday, November 21. The stock traded at a volume of 10.72 million shares. In related news, SVP Anthony T. Skiadas sold 12,495 shares of the stock in a transaction that occurred on Tuesday, February 14th.

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