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UK's May removes another Cameron supporter as minister

The White House has congratulated May on taking up the PM's duties, expressing confidence that she be able to steer Britain through its negotiations on leaving the EU. He had previously voiced fears that the government might try to renege on the popular vote but said: "I feel more optimistic now". She has been welcomed by leaders from across the world. Read More »

Developer of Nintendo's Pokemon GO aiming for rollout to 200 markets soon

The theory, which is going wild on Chinese social networking sites, is that exciting and rare Pokemon could be placed in restricted areas. Several websites, including torrent trackers, are targeted by these takedown requests, and although the APK is slowly being removed from a number of pages, it appears that websites that are specifically focused on serving APKs to users aren't yet involved in the global Pokemon Go APK crackdown. Read More »

China's quarterly economic growth steady at 6.7 percent


Early this year, China targeted its economic growth expectation from 6.5 percent to 7 percent for 2016. On a quarterly basis, the economy increased 1.8 percent from the first quarter. Daniel Martin from Capital Economics said, while policy easing over the past year has so far failed to a drive a rebound, the figures suggest that it has at least put a floor underneath growth. Read More »

New England Patriots fans react to Tom Brady giving up on Deflategate

The suspension was given out back in 2015, after the AFC Championship Game between the Indianapolis Colts and the New England Patriots, but Brady did not have to serve the suspension while his appeal was being judged in court. NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell suspended Brady as punishment for his alleged involvement in the "deflategate" scandal. "Unfortunately, this stopped being about air pressure a long time ago", he said in a statement. Read More »

One winning ticket sold in $540 million Mega Millions drawing


The odds of winning the jackpot were one in almost 259 million. Someone is $1 million richer after the Cumberland Farms store in Sharon sold a winning Mega Millions ticket. He says "we know the ticket was sold in IN, but being on I-70, who knows who bought it?" Overall, some 330,000 tickets sold in Virginia won ticket holders some amount of money. Read More »

Delta Air profit tops expectations; growth curbs planned


DALLAS (AP) — Delta Air Lines Inc .'s second-quarter profit beat expectations despite lower revenue . However, due to the lower fuel prices and strong non-fuel cost control, Delta's second quarter earnings soar. Airlines are feeling pressure to boost fares and revenue because their long dividend from cheaper fuel is fading. Post opening the session at $40.5, the shares hit an intraday low of $39.4202 and an intraday high of $40.6 and the price fluctuated in this range throughout the day. Read More »

Trump seeks Dollars 10 million from former aide in disclosure case

Nunberg, in court filings , denied disparaging his form boss and accuses Trump of trying to "bully" him into silence. In a statement released Wednesday, Trump attorney Alan Garten said, "As is standard practice for all major businesses, organizations and other entities dealing with proprietary information, Mr. Read More »

Germany's Bayer increases offer for seed company Monsanto


Monsanto shares rose about 2.5%, to $103.65, as of 12:35 p.m. The St. Louis-based company said it will offer no further comment on the matter until its board has completed a review of the proposal. He also spun off the company's specialty-plastics business. Shares of Monsanto climbed nearly 3 percent to $104.145 in NY trading. Since weeds are becoming increasingly resistant to Monsanto's Roundup product, the addition of the Dicambra to Monsanto's portfolio could be a big benefit to ... Read More »

Tesla says it hasn't been informed of SEC investigation

The SEC is investigating whether it should have disclosed the crash as a "material event", a development that investors might consider important. Brown, who died at the scene, was an avid fan of Tesla who had posted dozens of videos of himself using the auto in its autopilot mode. Read More »

Three critically injured after Norfolk shooting captured on Facebook Live


A shooting caught on Facebook Live critically wounded three men in Virginia who were apparently ambushed while sitting inside their vehicle and listening to music Tuesday. The victims were aged 27 and 29. Around 10 minutes later, emergency responders are heard arriving. Two of the men were doing better Wednesday, but one is still in critical condition. Read More »

This is the end of the AIDS epidemic, say scientists


The UN is urging "urgent and immediate" action to prevent the spread of HIV with a stream of new cases bringing to an end a steady decline in the number infections, with around 2 million people now contracting the virus on an annual basis globally. Read More »

Teva Pharmaceutical Industries (TEVA) Is Up After Q2 Guidance Increase


Teva gapped open sharply higher Wednesday, but has pared its gains in early trade. Teva shares rose 4.31 percent, or $2.26, to $54.72, while Allergangained 2.13 percent, or $5.10, to $244.80. Leerink Swann reissued a "buy" rating on shares of Teva Pharmaceutical Industries in a research report on Monday, April 25th. "3" advocated it a "Strong Buy" rating, "7" rated "Buy", "12" suggested "Hold" rating, while "1" considered it "Underperform" and "0" recommended it "Sell". Read More »

USA appeals court revives some claims over GM ignition switch


The ruling potentially exposes the company to significant additional costs as it tries to move forward from the scandal. The court said the economic losses alone were estimated at as much as $10 billion. The ruling affects an unknown number of cases seeking compensation for deaths and injuries as well as lost vehicle value. The court said that denying consumers the right to sue deprived them of their constitutional right to due process, since they had not known of the defect prior to GM's ... Read More »

United States agency seeks answers on fatal Tesla Autopilot crash

The SEC is looking into the matter to ascertain whether Tesla broke the law by not informing investors about the crash immediately. In a July 8 letter to the company NHTSA released Tuesday, the agency told Tesla's director of field performance engineering it was examining the automatic emergency braking system and "any other" forward crash avoidance systems in use at the time of the fatal crash. Read More »

Odeon & UCI Cinema Group bought by AMC


Since then, the UK's referendum to leave the European Union has caused the pound to drop against the USA dollar, making United Kingdom assets cheaper for overseas investors. With Odeon & UCI, AMC will have an opportunity to expand its business of refurbishing theaters and auditoriums to better court modern audiences. AMC is the second-largest movie theater chain in the USA and Carmike is No. Read More »

Police arrest 5 people suspected of firing shots at officers


The three women and two men eventually surrendered to authorities after resisting for 30 minutes. When officers arrived in marked police cruisers, people began shooting at them from inside an SUV. Police returned fire on the suspects, who refused to emerge from the auto. The investigation will also look into whether they were involved in any other crimes before police arrived. Read More »

How the Dow Jones industrial average fared on Monday

It overtook the previous highs touched in May 2015 as investors harbored greater optimism about the USA economy after last Friday's stronger-than-expected jobs report. Gold fell $1.80 to $1,356.60 an ounce, silver rose 2 cents to $20.30 an ounce and copper rose 3 cents to $2.15 a pound. While he has released few details, investors are betting he'll keep flooding the markets with money by expanding bond purchases using newly printed money in a program known as quantitative easing. Read More »

JPMorgan Chase CEO says bank it will raise minimum pay


JPMorgan Chase is giving some of its employees a raise. It offers an average of $11,000 a year in benefits to its employees. The federal minimum wage has been $7.25 an hour since 2009, but since early 2015, major US companies including Wal-Mart, Target and McDonald's have announced pay increases for at least some of their employees. Read More »

Britain's Next Prime Minister Will Be a Woman


The new prime minister will be chosen by an electorate of around 150,000 Conservative Party members - but it's too late to get involved if you're not already a member, as the deadline for getting a vote by joining the party has already passed. Read More »

India's Modi to mark Gandhi's historic South African ride

There are around 80,000 people of India origin in Kenya, most of whose ancestors were brought as labour for the railways the then British rulers were building or came as traders. Modi said India would always be a trusted partner in the developmental journey of Tanzania. For similar water supply project in 17 other cities in Tanzania, India has agreed to extend line of credit of 500 million dollars. Read More »

Delighted Verstappen wants to change his passport


He was demoted by Renault's Kevin Magnussen and Toro Rosso's Daniil Kvyat. Rosberg was booed on the podium at Silverstone . "I did everything I could in that race to save this engine", he said with one eye on the next grand prix in Hungary, adding for the crowd: "I hope you keep your fingers crossed". Read More »

Dallas police headquarters on lockdown after threat

And in Racine, Wisconsin, police say they arrested a man who posted calls for black men to kill white police officers and their families. Negotiations had failed and the gunman was still shooting at them, so police used C4 with a detonation cord mounted on a Remotec F-5 robot. Read More »

India's Modi in South Africa for trade, remembering Gandhi

This policy, officials say, will help the country stay away from the politically sensitive issue of leasing land for farming, which often leaves countries such as China facing charges of land grab in a continent with bruising memories of centuries of colonial occupation. Read More »

Gingrich: If asked, I would be Trump's VP


Does anybody want to argue that " Frozen " is anti-Semitic?" Trump's hour-long performance was unlikely to reassure those Republicans who would like to see the NY businessman focus his message on attacking Clinton to rally the party behind him at the Cleveland convention from July 18 to 21, where he is to be formally nominated. Read More »

Israel's Netanyahu in Uganda to start 4-nation Africa tour

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, left, and Kenyan President, Uhuru Kenyatta, right, walk together after giving a joint press conference at State House in Nairobi, Kenya , Tuesday, July 5, 2016. Netanyahu will lead at least two business forums during his trip, one in Kenya and one in Ethiopia, while also meeting with each head of state individually. Read More »

Family of slain Louisiana man denounces Dallas police deaths

However, Kardashian's not the only one who felt such sorrow for this chaotic week and fear for her son. Reynolds heard her daughter pray as Castile bled to death in front of them both. This week's headlines leave us drained. His words went ignored by the police and they reportedly went after Alton Sterling anyway. A line of officers with shields fanned out in a line Friday evening to clear the street, pushing the protesters to the curb. Read More »

In nod to Sanders, Clinton offers new health care proposals


When the compromise language was approved, Sanders supporters and other opponents of the trade deal booed, while some yelled "shame" or turned their back on the committee. It noted, for example, that she voiced support for a public option during her failed 2008 presidential campaign. The clinics are the backbone of the nation's health care safety net, providing primary care to millions of Americans who either have no health insurance or whose insurance doesn't meet their needs ― a group ... Read More »

Amazon pushes voice ordering ahead with Alexa's help

The Amazon Echo is a clever, useful device, one that's naturally inviting for streaming music. Amazon's annual 24-hours of deals, dubbed Prime Day, is coming soon on July 12 and the company is incentivizing voice-shopping with its virtual assistant Alexa. Read More »

Wendy's says more than 1000 restaurants affected by hack

With 5,144 franchise-operated units and 582 company-owned locations in North America, the restaurants affected represent less than one in five domestic Wendy's locations. "Subsequently, on June 9, 2016, the Company reported that an additional malware variant had been identified and disabled". Wendy's first announced it was investigating a possible hack in January. Read More »

Why you'll soon be able to stream Netflix on your Comcast box


USA trustbusters were listening. Former foes Netflix and Comcast are now coming together as the popular streaming service and cable giant announce a new partnership. The fact there is any agreement at all is an eye-opener, although what they agreed upon isn't that different than deals Netflix previously struck with smaller USA outfits, including Dish Network and RCN, as well as some worldwide carriers. Read More »