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  • Deputies: Pilot arrested after flying helicopter close to cars

    Deputies: Pilot arrested after flying helicopter close to cars

    The deputy said if a van or semi-truck was driving in the same area, it would have collided with the chopper. Thomas Vorstman, 31, of Orlando, worked as a pilot at Orlando Heli Tours, located on West Irlo Bronson Memorial Highway. Investigators with The Federal Aviation Administration told Channel 9's Janine Reyes that a chopper operator is under investigation for flying too closely to drivers in Osceola County, deputies said.

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  • Egypt pays $2.25b of external debt in July

    Egypt pays $2.25b of external debt in July

    According to the official statement released by the Egyptian Central bank, the expenses from foreign currency have been within the usual range expected for the months of January and July, due to the repayment of external debt obligations, which accounted for United States dollars 715 million, in addition to paying the last installment of the debt due to Qatar that amounted to over USD 1 billion.

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  • Un estudio asegura que la pereza esta relacionada con una gran inteligencia

    Un estudio asegura que la pereza esta relacionada con una gran inteligencia

    En cambio, las personas más físicas suelen realizar más actividades porque necesitan estimular su mente con actividades externas , para escapar de sus propios pensamientos o porque se aburren rápidamente. Los investigadores dicen que los 'menos inteligentes' ocupan su tiempo en actividades físicas porque tienden a aburrirse con facilidad. ESTADOS UNIDOS.

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  • Italy's anti-trust agency fines VW over diesel emissions

    The district court in Braunschweig says it has sent the cases onward to the regional court for selection of a model plaintiff from among several hundred private and institutional investors. Europe's largest automaker is caught up in legal action in the United States, South Korea and elsewhere and also faces criminal investigations related to its diesel emissions test manipulations, its biggest-ever corporate scandal.

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  • US not involved in Turkey coup attempt, 'full stop', envoy says

    Lawyers representing USA -based Muslim cleric Fethullah Gulen said that Turkey has not provided evidence of his involvement in last month's failed military coup attempt , and he "should not and will not be extradited". Gulen", Weingarten said. But in August 2016, nearly a month after a coup failed to dislodge the Recep Tayyip Erdogan regime, it looks a new equation is ready to take shape between Turkish president and his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin.

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  • August 2016 is the earliest Earth Overshoot Day ever

    August 2016 is the earliest Earth Overshoot Day ever

    By August 8, humanity will have used up nature's budget for the entire year, according to data from Global Footprint Network, an worldwide research organization that is changing how the world manages its natural resources and responds to climate change.

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  • International Olympic Committee clears 271 Russian athletes for Rio

    A total of 119 Russian athletes have been banned from participating in the 2016 Rio Olympics, while 20 are still seeking for reinstatement. Russian whistleblower Yulia Stepanova will not appeal against her ban from the Rio Olympics, saying on Friday she was "hugely sad and heartbroken" that the International Olympic Committee had not supported her and used its discretion to allow her to run as an independent athlete.

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  • Evacuation warning lifted for Crater Lake National Park

    Evacuation warning lifted for Crater Lake National Park

    Crews are still working to determine the cause. Backcountry campfires are prohibited at this time. Meanwhile, crews have contained 10 percent of the state's largest wildfire, the 10,040-acre Rail fire, southwest of Unity in Baker County in eastern OR, officials said in an update Sunday.

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  • 'X-Files' in Significant Talks for New Season, 8-10 Episodes

    'X-Files' in Significant Talks for New Season, 8-10 Episodes

    The six-episode new season of The X Files was one of the best performing Fox series last season, especially on-demand. "I actually think that the six episodes were strong", he said. "We worked hard with [creator] Chris [ Carter ] on the previous season. If we have the opportunity to do more episodes, we will take our cue from Chris and his team".

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  • Ekpre-Olomu waived injured by Dolphins

    Ekpre-Olomu waived injured by Dolphins

    He played in nine games as a rookie, registering eight tackles. Louis-Jean (what the hell is up with the hyphens) was undrafted in 2014 and has spent time with Chicago and Washington. The Dolphins claimed him off waivers and it appeared that he would get a shot to not only make the roster but find the level of play he had at the college level.

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  • Tesla posts $293m loss but says production is on track

    A significant amount of this capital was made liquid through the $1.7 billion stock sale that took place earlier this year, and through the almost 400,000 Model 3 pre-orders already placed by prospective buyers. Baird Equity Research still has faith in Tesla's technology and innovation. The deal is worth 2.6 billion including the assumption of debt. Tesla reported second-quarter earnings after the close Wednesday that missed on the top and bottom lines, but vehicle production rose ...

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  • Strong US employment report brightens economic outlook

    Strong US employment report brightens economic outlook

    Strong economic numbers portend well for the incumbent party in presidential races. It shows the economy from a labour perspective is heading in the direction that the Fed wants. Economists and workers alike have been eyeing wage growth, which has stagnated since the end of the recession. Overall, the employment report is a reassuring, according to Bankrate senior economic analyst Mark Hamrick, who said while manufacturing continues to struggle against a lackluster global backdrop, the us ...

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  • HONICKMAN for CUTRARA | Will you watch the Rio 2016 Olympic Games?

    HONICKMAN for CUTRARA | Will you watch the Rio 2016 Olympic Games?

    As a freshman at West Virginia this past year, she won both NCAA air rifle titles as she led her school to a national title in the sport. Just two days into its very first Olympics, Kosovo has already won a gold medal. The 19-year-old triumphed in the women's 10-meter air rifle event, beating two of the world's top shooters, China's Du Li and Yi Siling . Even though her chance at doubling came to an end on July 10, Felix is not letting that deter what could be her final Olympic ...

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  • Hackers hit Oracle's Micros payment systems division

    Oracle Corp.is forcing users of its Micros point-of-sale software to reset their passwords after hackers broke into hundreds of the systems. Krebs said it began investigating a report of the incident July 25. "We also recommend that you change the password for any account that was used by a MICROS representative to access your on-premises systems", the letter said.

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  • A Space Rocket The Way You've Never Seen One Before

    A Space Rocket The Way You've Never Seen One Before

    According to NASA, whereas normal high speed video captures a single exposure at a time, HiDyRS-X captures "multiple high speed video exposures at once". The SLS booster rocket in the footage was developed by the private space firm Orbital ATK. If you don't know, the SLS will be the most powerful rocket ever when it goes into use.

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  • Earl headed towards Belize late Wednesday

    EDT (Aug. 3, 2016 at 0356 UTC). Earl was called late Tuesday morning after a Hurricane Hunter investigation assignment found that an area of low heaviness had formed. Some 35 families were evacuated from the southern part of the Mexican state of Quintana Roo, chiefly in Banco Chinchorro, an atoll off the coast from Chetumal, Pedro Santos, a local emergency services official, said by telephone.

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  • Allscripts Healthcare Solutions (NASDAQ:MDRX) Shorted Shares Increased 0.94% After Market Selling

    Allscripts Healthcare Solutions (NASDAQ:MDRX) Shorted Shares Increased 0.94% After Market Selling

    The company has the institutional ownership of 95.30% while the Beta factor was 1.07. Mazama Capital Management Inc. increased its stake in shares of Allscripts Healthcare Solutions by 0.6% in the fourth quarter. During the past 4 weeks, traders have been relatively bearish on Allscripts Healthcare Solutions (MDRX), hence the stock is down -0.39% when compared to the S&P 500 during the same period.

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  • Donald Trump in Dueling Non-Endorsements With GOP

    Hanna referenced Trump's recent response to criticism by the Khans, parents of a USA soldier killed in action, as well as his statement that John McCain should not be considered a war hero. The Republican nominee was responding to a blistering attack by the USA president earlier Tuesday, who declared him "unfit" and "woefully unprepared" to serve in the White House.

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  • Humpback whales protect other sea species from getting killed

    Humpback whales protect other sea species from getting killed

    Later, the seal was able to escape. Researchers are trying to figure out why humpback whales keep going out of their way to save different creatures from becoming orca meals. This could help explain why whales are so keen to come to the rescue of other mammals in distress. As part of the biologist's research, published in the journal Marine Mammal Science , he looked at a total of 112 interactions between humpbacks and killer whales recorded all over the world over more than six decades.

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  • Spectrum auction to kick off on Sept 29

    Spectrum auction to kick off on Sept 29

    The total quantum of spectrum being put for auction includes about 197 Mhz of frequencies in 1800 Mhz band and 37.5 Mhz in 800 Mhz band. It expects to raise at least Rs.64,000 crore from the auction in the current financial year, as mentioned in the budget 2016 documents.

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  • Delta grounds all departing flights Monday morning

    There is no indication that the outage was caused by anything malicious. However, the ripple effect of the meltdown will drag on. But with the massive backlog of passengers and only a semi-functional system, Delta is warning passengers to "expect delays and cancellations".

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  • Mountune boosts Ford Focus RS to 370bhp

    Mountune boosts Ford Focus RS to 370bhp

    But even the best can be made better, and we'd be surprised if any of the approaching five thousand United Kingdom buyers will be able to resist the new Mountune engine upgrade for the RS, revealed by Ford Performance today, especially as it costs a relatively modest £899.

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  • Clinton's Job Promises Fell Short as NY Senator

    In fact, most analyses say upstate actually lost jobs in her first term-in the midst of a recession- though it posted an uptick of 0.2% in her second. Her campaign has cited her work in NY as a blueprint for her presidency, and has used her record to try and neutralize Republican rival Donald Trump's selling point that he has a record as a job creator and knows how to boost the economy.

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  • Alfa Romeo Giulia priced from £29180

    Alfa Romeo Giulia priced from £29180

    The Alfa Romeo Giulia will be coming in with a few engine options. Up until this point, the only powerplants available for the Giulia in Europe consisted of the 2.2-liter turbo diesel with 150 or 210 PS, as well as the 510 PS 2.9-liter twin-turbocharged V6 in the Giulia Quadrifoglio.

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  • Apollo 11 Bag Used for Lunar Samples Focus of Legal Dispute

    Apollo 11 Bag Used for Lunar Samples Focus of Legal Dispute

    The other bag was an Apollo 17 lunar sample bag that was flown to the lunar surface aboard the Lunar Module Challenger. It has now become a bone of contention for the USA government which accidentally sold it. The items he sold included: an astronaut's T-shirt, an Air Force One control panel, a water valve and, last but not least, the nozzle of a rocket. More than a decade later, the bag was sold at a government auction to Nancy Carlson, an IL resident.

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  • Leonardo DiCaprio--King of the Warming World

    Leonardo DiCaprio--King of the Warming World

    A study done by a group of researchers from San Diego State University prove that DiCaprio certainly made an impression. "Our production had to move to the southernmost tip of this planet just to be able to find snow". The study showed Google searches for "hottest year" spiked significantly the next day, while searches for terms not mentioned in his speech stayed more or less the same.

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  • A-Rod to play final game Friday

    Major League Baseball suspended him on August 5, 2013, for the remainder of that season and all of 2014 for violations of baseball's drug and labor contract caused by use and possession of numerous prohibited performance-enhancing substances and attempting to cover up his violations.

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  • Resident Evil 2 remake draws closer as Capcom admit Green Herbs return

    Resident Evil 2 remake draws closer as Capcom admit Green Herbs return

    I doubt that Capcom is trying to hype people up about some kind of microtransaction-powered healing system, but GR+ news boss Leon Hurley suggested it might all have something to do with Resident Evil 4's merchant. When the demo for Resident Evil 7 was released earlier this year, players were perplexed by the inclusion of a finger item that seemed to serve no clear objective.

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