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Hillary Clinton Campaigns At Temple University

Trump. "The only thing we can expect from a Hillary Clinton presidency is more attacks on our homeland and more innocent Americans being hurt and killed". If someone looks like they have got a massive bomb on his back, we won't go up to that person because the problem is if he looks like he comes from that part of the world, you're not allowed to profile.

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NJ mayor: NY bombing suspect Rahami captured in Garden State

New York City police and Federal Bureau of Investigation agents have reportedly questioned five people concerning the explosion in Manhattan that injured 29 people in the Chelsea neighbourhood on 17 September. A pipe bomb also exploded Saturday in a New Jersey shore town ahead of a 5K. At least one officer was shot in the chest during the exchange, but was not serious injured because he was wearing a bullet proof vest.

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Authorities: 44 cited, 1 jailed in Iowa pipeline protest

It's actually just one of many he's written over the course of almost half a century. Young also references Dale "Happy" American Horse Jr ., who was arrested on August 31 after he chained himself to a piece of the construction crew's equipment.

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Bayer to Buy Monsanto, Creating A Massive Seeds and Pesticides Company

The two companies announced the deal on Wednesday. "We are creating a company that can offer integrated solutions from seeds and traits to crop protection to digital agriculture that helps farmers manage the increasing global food demand".

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Bank of England scales back slowdown forecast as rates held

Official data Thursday showed retail sales in Britain fell 0.2 percent in August from July, with no real indication that the Brexit vote outcome was hurting spending. Jeremy Duncombe, Director, Legal & General Mortgage Club, added: "After last month's interest rate drop, it is unsurprising to see that the Bank of England has chose to maintain the base rate at its historical low of 0.25%".

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AAA research finds people waste money on premium gas

Seventy percent of US drivers now own a vehicle that requires regular gasoline, while only 16 percent drive vehicles that require premium fuel. While most auto engines are built to run on regular gasoline (AAA said that only 16% of vehicles sold in the US require premium fuel), some auto makers require or recommend the higher-octane, pricier versions most to meet promised power output and fuel economy figures.

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HP buys Samsung's $1bn printer business

HP confirmed in 2014 that it was to split its business into two separate companies: Hewlett-Packard Enterprise (HPE) - selling servers and enterprise services - and HP Inc - selling PCs and printers. The sale also comes after Samsung's printing solution sales remained lackluster relative to hefty investments it had made to boost its market presence in the global printing solution market.

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Libertarians fail to qualify for first presidential debate, vice presidential debate

The Commission on Presidential Debates announced that Johnson and Stein have both missed the cut to be included in the first debate, with neither reaching the 15% support threshold in an average of credible national polling. Stein's campaign website said she and her running mate Ajamu Baraka will both attend the first presidential debate, and urged supporters to join them.

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Side by side: How Clinton, Trump respond to attacks

You know, the guy may have a memory problem. She mocks Trump as braying menace; Stein thinks he's, at heart, a bumbler who will be neutered by his own party after being elected. "It still troubles us in a lot of ways, unfairly, and that expresses itself in all sorts of ways". Bernie Sanders (I., Vt.) in the Democratic primary.

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Eldorado goes on risky search for gambling gold

The combined company will have 20 properties in ten U.S. states and would have generated revenues of roughly US$1.8bn for the 12 months to June. Isle Of Capris Casinos has gapped open dramatically higher this morning and is now up 5.32 at $22.25 on strong volume.

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NY, NJ bombings: Did Ahmad Khan Rahami act alone?

USA media reports say five people were taken into custody for questioning late on September 18 as part of an investigation into a homemade bomb that exploded on Manhattan's west side a day earlier, injuring 29 people. The FBI says they detained a vehicle of interest Sunday night, and several people were questioned and released. Rahami pulled a gun and shot the officer - who was wearing a bulletproof vest - in the torso, and more officers joined in a running gun battle along the street ...

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John Kerry holds out hope for Syria truce despite violations

A number of leading rebel factions also warned that if the government pressed ahead with its plan to evacuate more rebel fighters from the besieged Homs suburb of al-Wair, it would "have clearly ended its commitment to any proposed truce". Iran is one of Assad's strongest supporters. The US military says it may have unintentionally struck Syrian troops while carrying out a raid against the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) in eastern Syria on Saturday.

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US envoy says North Korea could face unilateral sanctions

Two months ago, USA -based 38 North, a North Korea monitoring project, said satellite images showed a high level of activity at North Korea's nuclear test site, called Punggye-ri. North Korean state media reported on Sunday that people in the country were "delighted" by the nuclear test. The North has yet to demonstrate that it had deployed nuclear-capable missiles.

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Some gas shortages reported in Virginia

AAA Carolinas reports the average price for a gallon in North Carolina on Monday was $2.16 - up from $2.05 last week. Loomis says independent stations who buy gas on the spot market, as opposed to national retailers who have long-term delivery contracts, could be affected first.

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Bayer Reaches Deal Worth $66 Billion to Buy Monsanto

In addition to the $57 billion price for shareholders, Bayer is assuming $9 billion in Monsanto debt. " Bayer and Monsanto on Wednesday signed a merger agreement to farm", priced at $ 128 per share (114 euros) in cash, Bayer announced in a statement.

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Bayer Wins Over Monsanto With $66B Deal

The combined entity will control almost a quarter of the global market for seeds and crop chemicals. The deal "creates great synergies with seeds and traits and data sciences". Since then Monsanto disappointed in its third-quarter earnings report and low commodity prices have not abated. Thus, the deal seems to be the only credible alternative for Monsanto at present.

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U.S. stocks edge higher as banks rise before Fed meeting

Turning to the central bank policy decisions on Wednesday, Bank of America Merrill Lynch analysts are looking for a "cautiously hawkish" tone from the Fed, but no hike. USA crude oil futures settled up 27 cents at $43.30 (U.S.) a barrel after Venezuela's president said that OPEC members and other major oil producers could agree to a deal to freeze output, and as clashes in Libya disrupted attempts to restart crude exports from key ports.

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EU tax move on Apple not anti-US bias: Vestager

Margrethe Vestager, the European Union's commissioner for competition, will on Monday meet United States treasury secretary Jacob J Lew, federal trade commission chairwoman Edith Ramirez, Senator Orrin Hatch of Utah, chairman of the Senate finance committee, and other key politicians.

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Police arrest crane climber at downtown Calgary construction site

A man who climbed a 26-storey construction crane in Calgary's Beltline area and entered its operator's cab has been arrested, police say. At one point, an eyewitness tweeted he'd covered the windows of the cab with paper, even as workers on site tried to lower to crane to help officers extract him from the machine.

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Prosecutors: Christie told of Bridgegate lane closures

Chris Christie. Chris Christie responds at the CNN Republican. Opening statements began September 19, with prosecutors declaring that Wildstein and Baroni "bragged" to Christie about the lane closings as they were happening . He stole former Democratic Sen. He was said to having stolen Frank Lautenberg's jacket at a 1982 U.S. Senate debate and took it home as a trophy. He lied about graduating from George Washington University on his application to the Port Authority.

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IPhone 7 Teardown Confirms Use Of Intel's Model

Chipworks notes in their iPhone 7 teardown that "the victor is...." Finally, Chipworks notes that flash storage for the iPhone 7 is also being at least dual-sourced, with Hynix and Toshiba chips being found in its two teardown phones. As we said a few times, Intel has a clearly inferior modem to Qualcomm's Snapdragon X12 but for the most part, it will do a decent job, possibly. While iFixit was busy tearing down the iPhone 7 Plus, the experts at Chipworks opened up an iPhone 7 to ...

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New poll shows Clinton, Trump virtually tied weeks before election

Clinton fell ill Sunday during a 9/11 memorial ceremony in NY where she was seen stumbling limp-legged into her vehicle, an episode that raised tough questions about her overall health and her campaign's transparency. The Democratic presidential nominee spoke briefly with reporters on her campaign plane as she headed to an event in Greensboro, North Carolina. Her campaign later acknowledged she had been diagnosed with pneumonia last week.

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US stocks rise as tech and machinery companies lead the way

Banks are higher as investors wait for the Federal Reserve to meet this week, while health care and technology companies take small losses. In the currency market, the Australian dollar is unchanged against the US dollar on Tuesday, ahead of key central bank decisions on interest rates in the USA and Japan later this week.

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Tennessee Titans' Perrish Cox redeems himself with late interception

That sabotaged drives that could have run crucial time off the clock, instead giving the ball back to Marcus Mariota, who threw two touchdown passes in the fourth quarter, the victor coming with 1:19 to play. Matthew Stafford seems to make this list every week. Stafford, who was looking for his 22 career victory when trailing or tied in the fourth quarter, instead was picked off by Titans cornerback Perrish Cox at midfield with 28 seconds to play.

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BoE holds rates at 0.25% but further cut possible later this year

While the European Central Bank and the Bank of Japan have cut interest rates below zero, BoE Governor Mark Carney has said he does not favor resorting to negative rates in Britain as this could hurt the country's banking sector. "We remain of the view that inflation will start to rise during the final quarter of 2016, leading to a rate increase in the first half of 2017". Sterling fell to as low as $1.3180 but had recovered to around $1.32 by 1540 GMT, leaving it down 0.3 percent on the day.

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Ole Miss CFP hopes on life support after another blown lead

And when his Crimson Tide looked to be in control and leading No. 19 MS by 18 points in the fourth quarter, it almost blew it. Kelly found tight end Evan Engram for a seven-yard gain on third and long to keep the drive alive, then hooked up with Engram again on a 25-yard pass over the middle to set Ole Miss up in Crimson Tide territory.

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Uber plans to open office in Detroit

A spokeswoman for Uber said in an email to MLive the company plans to open the office in the next few months, but declined to give details on location, personnel count or the focus of the office's operations. Uber has said it doesn't intend to make cars itself, so it needs automotive allies. The Detroit area, like Pittsburgh, could also become a testing ground for Uber's self-driving hailing service.

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Pipeline rupture leads to concerns of price gouging

The Colonial Pipeline runs from Houston to parts of NY. Colonial Pipeline said supplies have either been delivered or are on their way to locations in Alabama, Georgia, Tennessee, South Carolina, and North Carolina. The shortage sent gas prices higher, with the website GasBuddy.com showing an average increase in SC of about 30 cents per gallon in the past week.

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Rebel-held east Aleppo bombarded as Syria truce ends

United Nations aid chief Stephen O'Brien said he was "deeply concerned" by the incident and called on "all parties to the conflict, once again, to take all necessary measures to protect humanitarian actors, civilians, and civilian infrastructure as required by worldwide humanitarian law".

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Gov. Christie was told about plan to close lanes

Meanwhile, most shockingly among the revelations Monday, attorneys said Baroni worked as an Federal Bureau of Investigation informant of some sort in 2006 while Christie was U.S. Christie immediately fired Kelly and apologized to New Jersey residents, saying he was "blindsided" and "stunned by the abject stupidity" of those in his inner circle.

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Here's What This CEO Thinks About Warren Buffett And Wells Fargo

On September 13, 2016, Wells Fargo announced that it will eliminate all product sales goals in its retail banking operations. Caixa de Previdência dos Funcionários do Banco do Brasil is inclined to accept State Grid Corp of China's bid for CPFL Energia SA, an electricity utility in which Brazil's largest pension fund has a 29.4 percent stake, Chief Executive Officer Gueitiro Genso said on Tuesday.

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Oklahoma, Michigan State look to get on CFP

Through two games, Penn State has averaged 35 points and 276 yards. Michigan's Jabrill Peppers has earned to Big Ten player of the week honors for his performance against Colorado, the conference announced Monday. Let's start with Ohio State , which looked once more like one of the best teams around with a 45-24 road beatdown of Oklahoma. "The majority of teams, we will go for 2 down there".

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General Motors Company Has 20% Upside, Analyst Says (GM)

Financial Times reported that The 23 analysts offering 12 month price targets for Chevron Corporation have a median target of 112.50, with a high estimate of 125.00 and a low estimate of 85.00. Shareholders of record on Thursday, July 28th were issued a dividend of $0.15 per share. Market Pulse Stories are Rapid-fire, short news bursts on stocks and markets as they move.

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Minnesota mall attack where nine stabbed 'a potential act of terrorism'

Minnesota has the nation's largest Somali community, with a population reported to be more than 40,000. Former Albany Police Chief Jason Falconer is being hailed as a hero after he shot and killed a knife-wielding man Saturday night at Crossroads Center.

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India mulls response to deadly Kashmir raid

The Army operations have been called off after conducting a detailed search of the area in and around the military complex at Uri. September 19 (ANI): Japan and Russian Federation on Monday condemned the terror strike on an Indian Army camp at Uri in Baramulla district that claimed lives of at least 18 soldiers, and offered their condolences to the victims' families.


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