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Spurs win flawless response to UCL loss - Alli

Tottenham Hotspur are awaiting the results of a second scan on Harry Kane's ankle amid fears the England striker may have sustained ligament damage -during the victory against Sunderland on Sunday, an injury that could sideline him for up to two months.

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Sully lands at the top of the USA box office

The well-reviewed dramatisation of the 2009 emergency landing by Captain Chesley Sullenberger of a jet on the Hudson River connected primarily with older moviegoers, who are usually reluctant to come out on hoopla-filled opening weekends.

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Embattled Wells Fargo revises employee pay system

Thousands of staffers who were fired in recent years after opening unauthorized customer accounts represented under-performing employees struggling to meet goals, Wells Fargo CFO John Shrewsberry said Tuesday. For the first time since the financial crisis, the most toxic bank in America is nowhere near Wall Street. Shares of Wells Fargo closed down 3.26 percent to $46.96 on Tuesday, and were off 5.6 percent since the announcement of the settlement agreement last week.

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Emmys US TV audience hits all-time low

Robot " will be vying with last year's formidable champion, " Game of Thrones ", this year's most-nominated show. When heading into an Emmy after party at the Sunset Tower in West Hollywood on Sunday evening, the model said the peanut butter and jelly sandwiches Jimmy Kimmel's mother made that were passed around at the awards show were very bad, according to the Daily Mail .

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US stocks tick higher as health care companies rise

The Dow Jones industrial average gained 44 points, or 0.2 percent, to 18,163 as of 2 p.m. In the oil sector, Inpex is down more than 1 percent and JX Holdings is losing 0.5 percent despite the increase in crude oil prices. The Japanese currency has risen nearly 20 percent versus the dollar over the past 12 months despite the Japanese central bank's best efforts to weaken it.

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North American stock markets higher as Fed begins two-day meeting

Seven of the index's 10 main groups ended higher. In commodities, the November contract for crude oil gained 19 cents at US$44.05, while the October contract for natural gas climbed 11 cents to US$3.05 per mmBtu. The dollar index declined 0.38 per cent, sending gold prices higher, on dim prospects of a rate increase this week. Market expectations for a Fed rate hike this week are just 12%, but roughly 50% for a rate jump by the end of the year.

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US racial wage gap widest in 36 years

Black women with 11 to 20 years of experience were paid 12.6 percent less than white women with the same experience and those with 10 years' experience or less made 10.8 percent less. This kind of transparency could empower workers to seek legal recourse, Wilson said. "Can-they-deliver" class="local_link" target="_blank">more college graduates than the labor market can handle, which makes it easier for employers to discriminate, EPI says.

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Machinery makers lead US stocks higher in early trading

US 30-year yields fell by the most in two weeks as Treasuries joined a global bond rally. The Nasdaq composite picked up 8 points, or 0.2 percent, to 5,243. Uncertainty surrounding the Bank of Japan is higher as investors have little idea of what tools it could use to achieve its inflation target. Ten of the 11 major S&P 500 sectors were trading higher, with consumer staples, a typically defensive part of the market, gaining the most by 0.56 per cent.

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Calgary Transit train derails at Tuscany LRT station

The C-Train operator, a woman in her 60s, was reportedly transported to the Foothills Medical Centre. The lead auto buckled when it plowed through a fence and left the tracks. Paramedics feared the worst when they arrived. "As well, although we did have good access and egress to the front of the cab where the driver was, she did require extrication from the cab as well, there was very substantial damage".

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Wells CEO said he never considered firing executive over fraud scheme

Wells Fargo bore the personnel and paperwork cost of opening the account and then the personnel and paperwork cost of closing it. Tolstedt oversaw retail banking at Wells Fargo while about 1.5m deposit accounts and 565,000 credit cards were opened without customers' permission .

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One cup is stealing the spotlight away from the other

Ryder Cup team spent Sunday and Monday at Hazeltine National preparing for next week's matches. It has given him a lot of confidence, and I think we'll see a buoyant and energised Rory McIlroy at the Ryder Cup. The last player to come away as the overall champion without conquering East Lake was Tiger Woods in 2009, but he still did very well that week, with a runner-up showing behind Phil Mickelson.

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Samsung Ships Replacement Units for Dangerous Note 7

The South Korean company has been scrambling to fix problems caused by faulty batteries in the latest version of its top-of-the-line smartphone, which first went on sale last month. Samsung has issued a statement that Galaxy Note 7 users in US will get replacement starting from September 21 while South Korean consumers will get replacement from September 28.

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Syria military declares seven-day ceasefire over

The Syrian military declared a week-long ceasefire over Monday and said that it would resume fighting, though the US said the truce could only be called off by the USA and Russian Federation since they are the entities that negotiated it. "And I think it's, as I said yesterday, time to end the grandstanding and time to do the real work of delivering on the humanitarian goods". Despite numerous violations by the government and Syrian rebels, the U.S.

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Rio court seizes assets of Olympic Broadcast Services

Despite having won more medals than in London 2012, this year Brazil stood at a worse position, because the country won fewer gold medals. "I have never cried on a podium before that is how emotional the games have been and how much these medals have meant to me this time".

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Oil Prices Regain After Dropping to One-Month Low

OPEC members, led by Saudi Arabia and other big Middle East crude exporters, will meet non-OPEC producers led by Russian Federation at informal talks in Algeria between September 26 and 28. On Monday, the Algerian Energy Minister said any OPEC production freeze would balance markets for a minimum of six months. The pipeline transports 1.3 million barrels of gasoline a day from the Gulf Coast refineries to the East Coast of the country.

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Cesc Fabregas hopes Leicester display will 'shut up a few journalists'

After that second goal , Fabregas ran the length of the pitch to slide on his knees in front of the Chelsea fans. And no wonder, since Claudio Ranieri is trying to re-take the pressure off the players, saying that they are outsiders and not to expect anything from them.

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APNewsBreak: Official: Chicago to hire 100s more officers

McCarthy spoke Monday to about 200 people at the City Club of Chicago. " By letting the public know we are doing everything we can to resolve conflicts peacefully , " he added. Chicago Police Superintendent Eddie Johnson is expected to announce the hires Wednesday. The de-escalation training at the Chicago Police Academy, which is in its second week, was developed with a panel of national policing and mental health experts.

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Senators call for Wells Fargo CEO's resignation

These employees, Stumpf explained earlier in the committee hearing , were "well-paid", making between $30,000 and $60,000 a year. Stumpf made $19.3 million in 2015. "You make it clear Wall Street won't change until we make it change". District managers could get $10,000 to $20,000 a year. The CFPB was Warren's brainchild and was created as part of the 2010 Dodd-Frank financial regulations.

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How Adobe Cleared a High Bar for Earnings

Today, ADBE is sitting up 0.6% at $100.24 ahead of earnings. The stock has recorded a 20-day Moving Average of 2.32% and the 50-Day Moving Average is 0.5%.The 200 Day SMA reached 5.63% Adobe Systems Incorporated is up 3.5% in the last 3-month period.

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Dates announced for Olympic and Paralympic celebrations

In both events, Brazil earned more medals than ever - but it wasn't enough to fulfill the dreams of the Ministry of Sports and National Olympic and Paralympic Committees. Li Zhijun, vice chairman of China Disabled Persons' Federation, said, "I am proud of them and inspired by their spirits, and I think the whole nation will be proud of what they have achieved in this campaign".

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U.S. stocks tick higher as health care companies rise

Nagging doubts about the firepower left available to top central banks and a slip in oil prices saw the pan-European STOXX 600 index dip in and out of the red after seven falls in the last 10 days. Brent crude oil futures were up 0.5 percent at $46.19 per barrel, while US crude futures were up 1.4 percent at $43.89. Brent crude, used to price worldwide oils, slipped 35 cents to $45.60 a barrel in London.

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Amritsar: 7 school children killed as bus falls in canal

The bus was on its way to Attari to drop the students to their homes, reported The Tribune . Residents of the village claim that police reached the accident site an hour late because of shortage of staff. All the children onboard the bus were 7 and 14 years of age and belong to the nearby villages of Tibbi, Muhawa and Neshta. "The bridge is very narrow and the driver was driving very fast".

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Trump Jr's 'Skittles' tweet is based on two different white supremacist memes

He compared supposed terrorists hidden among Syrian refugees to poisoned Skittles in a candy bowl. The graphic is stamped with the official Trump/Pence logo, as Mic previously reported, which means that it was approved by the Trump campaign and was probably not just created by a Trump supporter.

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Donald Trump Jr's Skittles Jibe At Syrian Refugees Slated For Its Irony

Refugees are people ". A few also note that the image has been associated with other racist memes. Donald Trump Jr ., prepare to taste the rainbow. Over one million refugees have arrived via the Mediterranean since the beginning of 2015, according to the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees - nearly half of them Syrian.

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Donald Trump Jr. Met With Criticism After Comparing Syrian Refugees to Skittles

Others tweeted comparing Syrian refugees to Jewish refugees escaping the clutches of the Holocaust, in order to emphasise their point. "#trump2016 ", accompanied by the official Donald Trump/Mike Pence campaign logo and slogan. But if no country offers the 4.8 million Syrian refugees - half of whom are children - a place to restart their lives, they suffer in camps and then die.

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Donald Trump Jr compares Syrian refugees to Skittles

The fact that the tweet remains on Donald Trump Jr.'s Twitter feed suggests Kittos is correct. In the tweet, Trump Jr. argued that the few Syrians who might be intent on causing America harm were, statistically speaking, about three in a bowl, and that risk was worth throwing away the whole bowl.

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Skittles Responded To Trump Jr.'s Argument Against Syrian Refugees

Saying a bowl of Skittles are all cars, but one represents a fatal accident, would you climb into the driver's seat this morning? He compared supposed terrorists hidden among Syrian refugees to poisoned Skittles in a candy bowl. he "wished (Trump Jr.) hadn't posted my tweet word for word". "The answer is no". Trump Jr wasn't only copping online hate from those upset at the sentiment of his tweet - he was also accused of copying it.

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Activision Blizzard Inc (ATVI) Shares are Up 5.04%

If you are reading this story on another website, that means this article was illegally copied and re-published to this website in violation of USA and global copyright law. Also, COO Thomas Tippl sold 75,000 shares of Activision Blizzard stock in a transaction on Wednesday, September 14th. The company exchanged total volume of 8.14 million shares throughout course of last trade however it holds an average trading capacity of 9.22 million shares.

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How the Dow Jones industrial average fared on Tuesday

The S&P 500 index advanced 0.64 points to finish at 2,139.76, led by gains in the health-care and consumer-staples sectors. Metals mostly rose, but with silver bucking the trend and inching 0.1% lower. Troubled theme park operator SeaWorld slumped 6 percent after saying it will stop paying dividends. The S&P 500 is up 95.82 points, or 4.7 percent.

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SEC probing Exxon response to cheaper oil

The stock volatility for week was 1.51% while for month was 1.21%.The stock, as of last close, traded 21.00% to its 52 week low and was changed -11.52% from its 52 week high. The ex-dividend date of this dividend was Wednesday, August 10th. Exxon Mobil Corporation annual Divided is 3 while it's Dividend Yield is 3.58%.

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Barack Obama prods Benjamin Netanyahu on two-state solution

No exact sum was disclosed by either side but officials familiar with the deal said it totals $3.8 billion a year - an increase on the $3.1 billion the United States. "Israel's security threats are only growing more complex, and there is no greater time for the United States to reaffirm our commitment to Israel's security", said Deutch.

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10 militants killed, soldier injured in two gunfights in Kashmir

The infiltration attempts came as India and Pakistan are locked in a diplomatic war of words over a deadly unrest in the Kashmir Valley and soon after the Sunday attack on military base close to the de facto border that divides the state between the two neighbours.

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Host Hotels & Resorts, Inc.'s (HST)

An ROI of 5.90% for Host Hotels & Resorts, Inc. evaluates and compares the efficiency of the various numbers of investments relative to the cost of investments. The stock volatility for week was 2.10% while for month was 2.10%.The stock, as of last close, traded 35.09% to its 52 week low and was changed -13.69% from its 52 week high.

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As Wells Fargo Faces Senate Panel, Elizabeth Warren Calls for Criminal Charges

Warren went on to ask if Stumpf has returned "one nickel" of the "millions of dollars" he was paid while the scheme was ongoing. The bank said that some of its employees allegedly opened millions of fake accounts for existing customers in order to meet aggressive sales goals.

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Trump Now Says He Has "No View" On Clinton's Health

Trump repeated what he has said in recent interviews: That he hopes she gets well soon. Trump said that when you're running for president, "you have an obligation to be healthy" because the job requires it. "It's them today", Hall said. Pence said he would "draw no more conclusions to that man's expression of support" than to the fact that the father of the man who shot and killed 49 people inside an Orlando, Fla., nightclub attended a Clinton rally.


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