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  • US swimmer Ledecky will have chance for 5 medals

    And that was only the beginning of what has quickly turned into one of the most dominant careers the swimming world has seen. Smith, 21, is ranked second in the world in the 400-meter freestyle, just behind teammate Katie Ledecky . If you ask me, Ledecky is insane to turn down the money. So maybe, in its way, second was exactly the right way to start this meet. Set goals that, when you set them, you think they're impossible.

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  • United Kingdom will see 'sharp slowdown' in economy over two years

    Policymakers said they had scope ease more if needed, including taking the key rates close to zero if the UK's economy faces adverse impact arising from the country's vote to leave the EU. "Central banks have run out of ammunition", he said. Hammond hinted that was possible, saying in a letter to Carney on Thursday that he was "prepared to take any necessary steps to support the economy and promote confidence".

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  • Tesla posts another loss, but says on track for future deliveries

    Tesla posts another loss, but says on track for future deliveries

    Tesla's total revenue rose 33 per cent year-on-year to $1.27bn (£959m) in the quarter ended 30 June. Tesla shares fluctuated after the earnings crossed, sliding by as much as 2%. "In the development of a vehicle, there's a long phase in the beginning of the development that involves a lot of time, but not a lot of costs", explained Musk, hinting at the progress of the Model 3.

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  • "Mild recession": United Kingdom economy shrinks at fastest rate since 2009

    With the sector accounting for two-thirds of economic activity in the UK, IHS Markit chief economist Chris Williamson said a Bank of England rate cut on Thursday (4 August) was a near given. Earlier on Wednesday, Britain's National Institute of Economic and Social Research said it expected the economy to shrink 0.2 percent between June and September and saw a 50 percent chance of recession by the end of next year.

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  • Third confirmed case of Zika virus in Snohomish County

    Allison Arwady, Chicago Department of Public Health. The state health department now says there are 46 confirmed Zika cases in IL. The Aedes Aegypti mosquito carries the Zika virus - and climate is a factor. More information on Zika in California can be found at California Department of Public Health website . The CDC reports that people can spread Zika to mosquitoes through mosquito bites during the first week they're infected.

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  • Tesla Motors' grand plan intact despite missing earnings expectations

    Tesla Motors' grand plan intact despite missing earnings expectations

    Palo Alto, California-based Tesla reported second-quarter loss of $293.2 million or $2.09 per share, wider than last year's loss of $184.2 million or $1.45 per share. "In the development of a vehicle, there's a long phase in the beginning of the development that involves a lot of time, but not a lot of costs", explained Musk, hinting at the progress of the Model 3 .

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  • United Nations to condemn North Korea missile test near Japan

    Despite the frequency of North Korean missile testing this year, Pyongyang is constantly looking to gain technical insight and improve its technology with each iteration. "This provocation only serves to increase the global community's resolve to counter [North Korea's] prohibited activities, including through implementing existing U.N.

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  • Sterling drop after BoE stimulus small

    Thursday's decision underscored the bank's concern about an economy that has taken a sharp turn lower since the vote to leave the European Union, which creates uncertainties for businesses about the country's future trade relations with the rest of the bloc.

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  • PMLA court grants bail to Jignesh Shah

    PMLA court grants bail to Jignesh Shah

    Bail was granted on the grounds that Shah's custody was no longer needed for investigations. ED had filed a 20,000-page charge sheet against NSEL and 67 others in a Mumbai court in March past year, explaining NSEL funds were laundered and "illegally ploughed into purchase of private properties", cited PTI report.

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  • Tesla Falls Short Of Sales Goals In Turbulent 2nd Quarter

    Tesla said its net quarterly loss widened to $293.2 million (roughly Rs. 1,962 crores), or $2.09 per share, from $184.2 million, or $1.45 per share, a year earlier. It said in the filing that it had $3.25 billion in principal sources of liquidity as of June 30, 2016, including $1.7 billion from a public offering in May and a $678 million credit line.

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  • North Korean ballistic missile lands 'near' Japanese waters

    South Korea's defense ministry was not immediately available for comment about the type of missile that was sacked. In March, the council adopted its fifth and most severe sanctions resolution against North Korea in response to a January 6 nuclear test and a February 7 satellite launch.

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  • Parsley Energy Inc (NYSE:PE) & Golden Star Resources (NYSEMKT:GSS) Traders Recap

    Parsley Energy Inc (NYSE:PE) & Golden Star Resources (NYSEMKT:GSS) Traders Recap

    Legal & General Group Plc boosted its stake in shares of Parsley Energy by 8.2% in the first quarter. Meeder Asset Management Inc. boosted its position in Parsley Energy by 62.7% in the first quarter. The heightened volatility saw the trading volume jump to 1,03,57,119 shares. Net production averaged 35.7 MBoe per day, up 23% versus 1Q16 and 60% year-over-year.

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  • Clinton blasts Trump for 'bigotry', promises steady leadership

    Clinton blasts Trump for 'bigotry', promises steady leadership

    The former president's wife, USA senator and secretary of state will get her chance to persuade Americans that she is the best choice to helm a nation looking for a new era of leadership. "We are the future of the Democratic Party or we are the future of a new party if they don't want us or they won't let us be heard". Fox had 3 million viewers for Clinton.

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  • For Chase Kalisz, there's a silver lining

    For Chase Kalisz, there's a silver lining

    Ye's time was described at the time as "disturbing" by American swimming coach John Leonard, who dropped heavy hints that he felt doping may have played a part. Sun served a three-month suspension for using a banned stimulant in 2014. Mack Horton's victory in the men's 400 freestyle also meant Australia had already doubled their Gold medal tally from a disappointing showing 4 years ago.

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  • US to top Olympics medals table: British academicians

    US to top Olympics medals table: British academicians

    If Team GB were to match their 2012 haul of 29 gold medals this summer, they will return to the United Kingdom with $17,400 worth of precious metal in cargo. Hear from Team USA members and their parents. In what could be a good news for Indian fans, global financial rating agency Goldman Sachs has predicted India will win eight medals including a gold at Rio Olympics 2016.

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  • Emirate's plane crash: Dubai airport is now operational

    Emirates chairman Ahmed Bin Saeed Al Maktoum praised the quick response and professionalism of the airline crew. "As a result, for August 4, 2016, Jet Airways has cancelled four flights from India to Dubai along with their corresponding return flights", a Jet Airways spokesperson said in a statement .

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  • Serena Williams: Retirement not in sight for Serena Williams

    Serena Williams: Retirement not in sight for Serena Williams

    Meanwhile, Kosovo judo fighter Majlinda Kelmendi won the gold medal for the women's 52-kilogram division Sunday, giving her Balkan nation its first-ever Olympic medal. Williams and Gavrilova have met once before and it was in the second round of Doha back in 2013, and Gavrilova entered the tournament as a lucky loser.

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  • Earl no perdona; seguirá la lluvia en la Sierra Norte

    Hay al momento un saldo de mil 650 casas y más 8 mil 500 personas afectadas por las inundaciones, deslaves y vientos de " Earl " que ya se disipó. Autoridades de Protección Civil de Veracruz pronosticaron que las fuertes lluvias continuarán en esa entidad federativa la mayor parte del día.

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  • Seis muertos en alud provocado por Earl en Veracruz

    Seis muertos en alud provocado por Earl en Veracruz

    Agregó que "estas lluvias podrían dar lugar a inundaciones y deslizamientos de tierra que amenazan la vida". El Consejo de Protección Civil Estatal, encabezada por el gobernador Héctor Astudillo Flores, convocó y abrió la sesión permanente en la Base Naval.

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  • WNBA prez Lisa Borders withdraws fines for player protests

    The row began Thursday when the league fined the Indiana Fever, New York Liberty, Phoenix Mercury and their players for wearing t-shirts that read on the front, "Change starts with us-Justice & Accountability". "I don't see why there would be a reason for those ladies to get fined", he said, as The Washington Post reported . The players were not fined for their actions.

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  • Presidente de Perú empieza su gobierno con 70,4% de aprobación

    Según el estudio de CPI, Kuczynski , cuyo principal desafío es acelerar la economía y reducir la pobreza, obtuvo una aprobación de 73,7% en Lima Metropolitana y una aceptación de 68,6% en provincias. Respecto al Gabinete Ministerial, encabezado por Fernando Zavala , el 52.6% expresó encontrarse muy conforme, un 26% poco conforme, y el 4.6% nada conforme.

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  • Yahoo sale: What will Marissa Mayer do next?

    The sale does not include Yahoo's cash, its shares in Alibaba Group Holdings, its shares in Yahoo Japan, Yahoo's convertible notes , certain minority investments, and Yahoo's non-core patents (called the Excalibur portfolio), it said in a statement .

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  • UK opens corruption probe into Airbus jet sales

    UK opens corruption probe into Airbus jet sales

    Britain's Serious Fraud Office is launching a formal investigation into suspected fraud, bribery and corruption in connection with commercial plane sales by Airbus, parent company Airbus Group says. Airbus has its headquarters in Toulouse, France, and has major United Kingdom operations at Filton, near Bristol, and Broughton in north Wales. Jefferies Equity Research estimates that export-credit agencies previous year provided 7 percent of financing for Airbus plane deliveries, compared with ...

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  • Edwards captures Sprint Cup pole

    Watkins Glen, or The Glen, is the host for the Cheez-It 355 on Sunday and it offers a speedier road course than the one at Sonoma Raceway. Boris Said, Fellows and Pruett also could not beat Jeff Gordon for wins at the Glen. Talk about a super-sub, given Gordon's performance history at The Glen with Hendrick Motorsports. He slammed leader Denny Hamlin into the wall on the final turn of the race to snatch the win, smoke spewing from his No.

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  • Alex Rodriguez retires from baseball

    New York Yankees designated hitter Alex Rodriguez reacts after striking out against the Los Angeles Angels at Yankee Stadium on June 6, 2016. Immediately following the game, Rodriguez will officially be released before transitioning into a new role with the team as a special instructor and advisor.

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  • Officer Who Killed Black Teen Convicted Of Manslaughter

    Prosecutors said Rankin, 36, intentionally killed 18-year-old shoplifting suspect William Chapman in a Walmart parking lot on April 22, 2015, after Chapman resisted arrest. "The Rankin verdict makes sense to me", Stinson said. However, in testimony before the court Rankin claimed that Chapman repeatedly ignored his commands and when he tried to handcuff him he attempted to escape.

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