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US claims win in dispute with EU over aerospace subsidies


The European Union failed to eliminate subsidies to planemaker Airbus Group SE that were previously found to violate trade rules, the World Trade Organization said in a ruling that opens the door to billions of dollars in sanctions against Brussels. Read More »

Tesla updates software to improve radar

Tesla says an update to its Autopilot system will disable automatic steering if a driver doesn't keep their hands on the wheel. Along with this, there are other significant changes to the Tesla software including upgrades in the user interface. Read More »

Court halts construction of another section of pipeline

She says this is a battle that those indigenous to the United States, have never stopped fighting. When the Dakota Access Pipeline ruptures, it will threaten drinking water for more than 8,000 tribal members and millions of people farther downstream who rely on the Missouri and its tributaries. Read More »

Apple Reportedly In Talks To Buy Schmancy Car Maker McLaren

The Financial Times report indicated that three different anonymous sources said Apple was considering a full takeover of McLaren, whose cars have a certain caché in Northern California after being satirized on the popular HBO comedy Silicon Valley for their " billionaire doors ". Read More »

Israel boosts troops in West Bank after Palestinian attacks

Israeli police on Monday opened fire and critically injured a Palestinian outside Jerusalem's Herod's Gate after he allegedly stabbed and injured two police officers, according to local sources and Israeli police. Palestinians have accused Israeli forces of using excessive force or killing people who were not assailants. Israel has blamed the violence on incitement by Palestinian political and religious leaders. Read More »

Australia's busiest container port leased for $7.3 billion


CIC Capital, China's sovereign wealth fund, made a multibillion-dollar investment in infrastructure assets of Australia, reports on Monday. State Treasurer Tim Pallas said the winning bid was above a previous expectation of about A$7 billion. Upon the end of the lease, the port would be returned to public hands. Read More »

New York Police looking for an Afghan, five more explosives found

It has been reported the bomb that detonated in Manhattan, and another unexploded device found nearby, were both shrapnel-filled pressure cookers, similar to those used in the attack on the Boston Marathon in 2013. Elizabeth Mayor Christian Bollwage says county authorities told him that the officers shot in Linden are expected to be OK. He was captured in Linden, New Jersey, after he was discovered sleeping in the doorway of a bar. Read More »

'Krrish 4' will not clash with SRK's film


While the release date of the film was announced recently by Red Chillies Entertainment on Twitter , looks like Rai has now started prepping up for it. The Badshah of Bollywood Shah Rukh Khan is keeping extremely busy these days as he has a lot of project in his kitty right now. He said, "I don't know what they will eventually decide". Read More »

West Drives Surge in Builder Confidence


Scores for each component are then used to calculate a seasonally adjusted index where any number over 50 indicates that more builders view conditions as good than poor. The average for the 30-year fixed-rate mortgage rose last week to 3.5 percent, the highest level since June, according to mortgage giant Freddie Mac. Read More »

Kohl's The Latest On Holiday Hiring Spree


The company says 15% to 20% of holiday workers in recent years keep working even after the holiday season. Kohl's plans to hire more than 69,000 additional workers for the 2016 holiday season to meet demand at over 1,100 stores nationwide. Read More »

Kmart to close 64 stores, none in Connnecticut


On Monday, Sears Holding announced it's closing 64 stores nationally, which comes on the heels of 70 closings earlier this year. They will begin holding liquidation sales starting on Thursday, Sept. One of those stores is in Kentucky - the Pikeville Kmart . Yet customers also can shop at other Kmart stores, as well as online through the company's websites and mobile apps, he said. Read More »

Some Northeast Corridor Train Lines Delayed as Police Search Stations

Ahmad Khan Rahami of Elizabeth, New Jersey , was taken into custody after firing at police officer in Linden, N.J., about 20 miles outside New York, Elizabeth Mayor Chris Bollwage said. Police have named an Afghan-American in connection with an explosion in Elizabeth, N.J., and the Saturday bombing in NY. Authorities say two sets of lucky scavengers played roles in the investigation of the bombing spree that terrorized people in NY and New Jersey over the weekend. Read More »

FDA Oks 1st muscular dystrophy drug; awaits proof it works

The FDA gave its accelerated approval even though an agency advisory panel had recommended against the drug, saying there was little evidence that it benefited patients. "Obviously it's a big relief, and it may have come just in time to help save some of these young boy's lives, which is so important", said Christine McSherry, whose adult son Jett has been taking the drug in a safety study. Read More »

Seattle coaches join high school team in kneeling for anthem


Some of the West Seattle students were seen kneeling as well. The team's decision, of course, was inspired by the silent protest started by Colin Kaepernick who has been kneeling for the national anthem for several weeks now. "We were talking about things that were happening, taking place in society, and it went from the young men talking about the social injustice that they face on a day to day basis from coaches sharing their stories..." With Coach Hill's support, Mission High's ... Read More »

Matt Damon Makes Fun Of Jimmy Kimmel After Emmys Loss

Jill Soloway poses in the press room at the 68th Primetime Emmy Awards on September 18. During his opening monologue , Emmy host Jimmy Kimmel called out producer Mark Burnett, the producer of reality series " The Apprentice " and "Celebrity Apprentice" which Donald Trump hosted, saying "who is to blame for the Trump phenomenon?" "That's a bummer. Read More »

Diane James replaces Farage as UKIP leader

Following the announcement, she said: "We did it ladies and gentleman". "I don't have the same national profile as Diane, she is in the media and on the television an very bad lot and a big part of any election is the recognition factor". Read More »

Sanders campaigns for Clinton

Sanders admitted that ill feelings against Clinton exist "among some people, but not among the vast majority". A new Quinnipiac poll released last week showed that Clinton's support drops a staggering 24 points among voters aged 18 to 34 in a four-way race with Jill Stein and Gary Johnson . Read More »

Banks need greater initiative to sell assets: FM on bad loans


Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley will hold a quaterly review meeting with the chief executive officers (CEOs) and managing directors (MDs) of public sector banks (PSBs) and financial institutions (FIs) here tomorrow. Steel balance sheets have started turning and they have started paying interest. "The government has already taken decision at the level of the Cabinet to fully support the proposal for the merger", he said. Read More »

Raheem Sterling puts City up 3-0


He makes everything. Without the ball he is the first fighter and with the ball he's clear. "We are so lucky that we have Kevin de Bruyne with us". After watching the 28-year-old score nine goals in five games, the City manager said: "There is no doubt about Sergio's quality - but I think he also needs someone beside him to push him, so that he knows he always has to play well". Read More »

17-year-old is first minor to be granted euthanasia in Belgium


It requires the minor to be in the final stages of a terminal illness, to understand the difference between life and death rationally and to have asked to end his or her life on repeated occasions. Canada and the American states of Oregon, Washington, Vermont and Montana have legalised "assisted dying", a term usually used to mean assisted suicide for the terminal ill only. Read More »

Chip Stocks Mostly Soar As Intel Raises Q3 Guidance


Several other equities research analysts also recently issued reports on the company. Putting all the analyst ratings together for Tangoe, Inc. Finally, Sanford C. In case of Revenue Estimates, 29 analysts have provided their consensus Average Revenue Estimates for Intel Corporation as 14.9 Billion. CSX shares are trading -3.79% below the 52-week high and has displayed a high EPS growth of 8.10% in last 5 years. Read More »

Retail sales drop slightly in August


He said, "But the biggest concern for the construction industry with Brexit is its reliance on itinerant labour from European Union countries because of acute skills shortages in the United Kingdom - a vital supply that will be cut off once we leave the EU". Read More »

Ohio's poverty rate declined, income rose in 2015


Median household incomes in the state rose by 2.4% - the largest annual gain since the recession - to $51,084 a year ago. U.S. median household income , adjusted for inflation, was $56,500 in 2015, 5.2% above its 2014 level. Louis. If this sounds like everyone in Seattle got a big, fat raise , that's probably not what happened. "Overall, we're really pleased to see the poverty rate generally move in the right direction", said Kimberly Drew, project manager of economic security policy ... Read More »

Denver International Airport reopened by police


The airline said both Denver police and the FBI were investigating the incident. The passengers most affected are those boarding American Airlines and Air Alaska. Mr Montgomery said airport officials are working to set up alternative check-in arrangement for those passengers. A United Airlines flight from Newark to San Diego was diverted to Denver on Wednesday evening because of a suspicious item spotted by a passenger. Read More »

Draymond clowns Durant for continuing to wear his gold medal in public


Draymond Green was so desperate to get Kevin Durant to sign with the Golden State Warriors earlier this summer that he wonders if his constant recruiting led to Durant losing respect for him. Like what are you doing? "Everyone knows you have one, give it a break". "Give it a break". Green and Hart love to trade jabs at each other and we can assume the majority of it is in good fun, but they say that there's a little bit of truth behind every joke. Read More »

NFL fines Antonio Brown for twerking celebration, blue cleats


Williams rushed for 143 yards and two touchdowns on 26 carries, while Big Ben threw for three touchdowns - two to Antonio Brown . Twerking likely falls under the "sexually suggestive" category of the NFL's unsportsmanlike conduct bylaws , which subjects players to fines. Read More »