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Adam Gase says Dolphins starting jobs aren't safe if performances don't improve

Gase sounded most upset with his offense, one that put up more points than the previous two games, but was outgained (430-426) by a Cleveland team that started rookie quarterback Cody Kessler and had a fill-in kicker, Cody Parkey . Inside the locker room the players, while acknowledging the importance of pulling out a victory over the Browns, echoed Gases sentiments when it came to their overall performance.

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Lewis Hamilton beats Nico Rosberg to top time in FP2

Rosberg, who is eight points ahead of Lewis Hamilton in the title race, finished almost half-a-second clear of his Mercedes team-mate at a sweltering Sepang International Circuit on Friday morning. Verstappen's teammate Daniel Ricciardo finished down in eighth behind Sergio Perez in the Force India and Fernando Alonso in the McLaren, the two-time champion showing promising pace with the updated Honda engine.

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Oil marches higher on Opec optimism as analysts question deal

Exact details of the deal remain to be agreed and analysts said markets will now wait to see whether non-OPEC producers such as Russian Federation, the United States and Canada will make cuts of their own. Over the last couple of years, OPEC countries, led by Saudi Arabia, had been willing to let the price of oil drop as a means of pressuring some US shale oil and gas producers.

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Pakistan ready to respond to India's provocations, says Maleeha Lodhi

Meanwhile, during the meeting Prime Minister Sharif reiterated that Pakistan stands in solidarity with the people of Kashmir and it is an incomplete agenda of the partition of the subcontinent. She said two of our soldiers died in Indian cross-border fire along the Line of Control in Kashmir on Thursday. "India is doing this only to please their media and public".

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OPEC agrees to agree on oil limits, but outlook still shaky

Brent Crude Oil Futures Prices increased by 5.92 percent to $48.69 per barrel on the same day. Any failure to enact the agreement could lead to a renewed drop. Those lower prices have hurt many oil-producing nations hard, particularly OPEC members Venezuela and Nigeria, but also Russian Federation and Brazil.

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Asian stocks lower on renewed worries about banking sector

About 10 funds that use Deutsche's prime brokerage business - a division that services hedge funds - are believed to have reduced their positions with the bank in recent days by shifting some of their derivatives holdings to different firms and withdrawing some cash, reports The Telegraph .

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United Kingdom second quarter growth revised upwards to 0.7% by ONS

Samuel Tombs, chief United Kingdom economist at Pantheon Macroeconomics, said: "The jump in services output in July is the clearest sign yet that the Brexit vote has not pushed the economy into a recession". The services sector also expanded for the quarter by 0.6%, while agriculture and construction sectors contracted in the three-month period. A weak trade performance weighed on growth, however, as the current account deficit widened and net trade took 0.8 percentage points off the GDP ...

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William and Kate use first joint tweet to sign virtual visitors' book

Click through the gallery to see more of Middleton's best shoe looks. We'd love to see her in one of Jason Wu's creations. And they travelled back in time, taking the same White Pass and Yukon Route train the Queen and Prince Philip had in 1959.

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New Jersey train station crash kills 1; over 100 hurt

More recently, the board said the technology could have saved lives in the 2015 Amtrak train derailment in Philadelphia, which killed eight people. Rail service has been suspended in and out of Hoboken , which is directly across the Hudson River from New York City.

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Behind the scenes: Why the Fed decided not to raise rates

While that statement said that the USA economy had gained momentum from the first half of the year, they expect that the economy will "evolve in a manner that will warrant only gradual increases in the federal funds rate ". "Conditions in the labor market are strengthening, and we expect that to continue". "We are generally agreed that gradual increases in the federal funds rate to remove what is a modest degree of accommodation will be appropriate", she said.

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Father arrested for killing his four children and shooting their mother

His four-year-old daughter and six-year-old daughter were found dead in their beds after they were killed by carbon monoxide poisoning in a auto, police said. Upon arriving at the family Dearborn Heights home early Wednesday morning, circa 1.15am, cops found two girls, ages 4 and 5 had been asphyxiated in a vehicle using exhaust.

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New Audi Q5 Unveiled At Paris Motor Show

Clear influences from the Q7 and smaller Q2 can be seen, particularly around the front of the vehicle. Audi's Matrix LED headlamps with daytime running lights will be offered as an option. The side and rear profile received only minor updates. This should ensure sharper handling and improved comfort, while air-suspension will be offered as an option.

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Family of slain black man wants police to release full video

She referred to other similar shootings of black men around the country and said she never imagined that the pain of losing a loved one would come to her. A lawyer representing Olango's family said at a news conference that authorities were misinforming the public by only showing a single image from the video that supports the El Cajon Police Department's version of events.

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N.J. Gov. Chris Christie calls deadly commuter train crash 'tragic accident'

The National Transportation Safety Board is investigating the cause of Thursday's incident and told ABC News it was looking into whether PTC could have prevented it. She said she doesn't know yet how fast the train was going when it ran into the rail bumper at the end of the line. ATC has been in place throughout the Northeast Corridor, the most heavily traveled rail network in the country, for almost 40 years.

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US Fed chairwoman: No fixed timetable for raising interest rate

Not everyone in the room shared Trump's and Garrett's belief that Yellen and her colleagues are politically motivated, however. Chair Yellen said, "I would have to consult my counsel". "The public increasingly believes that the Fed's independence is nothing more than a myth", he said. This exchange follows after Monday night's debate, when Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump repeated his claims that the Fed is no longer independent and they are waiting to raise interest rates ...

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Yellen Defends Fed From Accusations of Partisanship

For the eight US banks that are large and considered important to the global financial system the new buffer calculation "would result in a significant aggregate increase in capital requirements", Yellen said. Garrett, who represents a district in the NY suburbs and is facing a hard re-election fight, grilled Yellen on multiple examples of apparent political activities at the Fed.

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Audi Q5 revealed in Paris looking just like a cheaper Audi Q7

Audi's Matrix LED headlamps with daytime running lights will be offered as an option. A distinctively curved and strongly undercut shoulder line gives structure to the side view. 150PS, 163PS and 190PS. Powering the petrol variant is a 1.4-litre TFSI turbo-charged petrol engine tuned to deliver 148bhp of maximum power along with a peak torque of 250Nm.

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Disney Considering Twitter Bid

According to Chicago Tribune , early this year, Disney made a significant investment to enhance its video distribution capabilities. "At this moment Microsoft has nothing to share". What the Twitter acquisition would also mean for Disney , is a stronger ad revenue . For now, it is not clear as to how Twitter might formalize a sale.

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Trump plans to attack Hillary with Bill Clinton's scandals

So what does a 3-to-5-point lead nationally mean when translated into Electoral College-ese? "Hillary Clinton defended the bad status quo, while I laid out our plan, all of us together, to bring jobs, security and prosperity back to the American people".

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500 million Yahoo accounts hacked in historical heist

The Sunnyvale, California, company declined to explain how it reached its conclusions about the attack for security reasons, but said it is working with the Federal Bureau of Investigation and other law enforcement. Yahoo has called the hackers a "state-sponsored actor". That could happen if users shun Yahoo or file lawsuits because they're incensed by the theft of their personal information.

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US Calls For De-Escalation Of Tension Between India And Pakistan

Pakistan rebuffed the claims with the Inter Services Public Relations (ISPR) saying, "There has been no surgical strike by India, instead there had been cross-border fire initiated and conducted by Indian forces which is an existential phenomenon".

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With questions at QB, Patriots prep for Bills

Sunday, October 2, the Buffalo Bills square off against the New England Patriots. So you're watching a full game on him, and that's really what you lean on more than anything else. Is it just another short-term Rex Ryan fix? "I can sit back and say I don't care who plays quarterback, because Brady ain't", Ryan said Sunday, via ESPN .

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Deutsche Bank's Losses Affecting the Market on Thursday

The Pending Home Sales Index was down 2.4%, compared to an increase of 1.3% in the previous month. USA stocks, hurt by tumbling bank shares, closed sharply lower Monday as Wall Street shifts its focus from interest rate policy to politics as traders brace for the first presidential debate tonight between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump.

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Nikkei tumbles on Deutsche fears, financials down

Energy explorer Inpex rallied 6.64 per cent. The oil and coal subindex was up 3.1 percent. Commodity-heavy Australian shares advanced 0.6 per cent and South Korea's Kospi gained 0.7 per cent. The broader Topix finished 1.5 percent lower at 1,322.78, down 2 percent for the week and 0.5 for September, though up 6.2 for the quarter. The euro was also steady at $1.12165, on track for a 0.1 percent decline for the month, but up 1 percent for the quarter.

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Woolies considers selling petrol stations

The sale had been expected to follow the winding up of Masters, Woolworths's disastrous foray into hardware retailing with U.S. partner Lowe's, as the group's newly installed chief executive Brad Banducci seeks to focus the group on its core supermarket operations.

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Automakers show off electric cars at Paris show

The company has talked about that before, around the BUDD-e electric microbus concept, and it'll be part of I.D. and other electrified vehicles too: you'll be able to stream video from home security cameras to the dashboard, as well as remotely unlock the auto with facial recognition.

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Yellen pledges to improve Fed's workplace diversity

Kashkari added that the Fed sees no signs of a housing bubble reform, although the Fed is has "some concerns" around commercial real estate and is monitoring the sector closely. Federal Reserve Vice Chair Janet Yellen is pictured at her confirmation hearing to be the next head of the Federal Reserve on Thursday, November 14, 2013.

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Mercedes Unveils First Concept for New EQ Electric Sub-Brand

Executives stressed that internal combustion engines weren't going anywhere, including diesel. Opel showed the Ampera-e - a compact hatch with a 204hp electric motor which will also do 500km (although sadly it will never be made in right hand drive...).

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(NYSE:GIS), a large market cap stock a smart buy?

On Jul 14, 2016, Morgan Stanley said it Maintains its rating on General Mills . General Mills has declared a quarterly dividend of $0.48 per share on its common stock. shares traded was 2474918. The transaction was disclosed in a filing with the SEC, which is accessible through this link . The shares have been rated "Underperform" by the firm.

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First Mitsubishi Regional Jet arrives in Moses Lake for flight testing

Mitsubishi Heavy has a long history in military aircraft but hasn't produced a civilian aircraft since the 1970s, and development of the Mitsubishi Regional Jet has been plagued by delays. In Seattle, about 100 employees of local engineering firm AeroTEC and 50 Mitsubishi employees transfered from Japan will support flight test and certification.

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France Planning Big Push for Mideast Peace Conference

Wrapping up his last day of his final trip to the U.N.as president, Barack Obama reaffirmed America's commitment to Israel Wednesday in a meeting with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. Two leading Christian groups blamed Israel nearly entirely for the conflict with the Palestinians and called on the United States to cut defense aid to the Jewish state.

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Wells Fargo chief forfeits vast bonus and salary

Ms. Tolstedt will not receive a bonus for 2016 and will not be paid severance or receive any retirement enhancements in connection with her separation from the Company. But the banking industry is mounting a counterattack against the rules, which it says don't doesn't allow for enough flexibility. A group of Democratic senators asked the department last week to investigate whether employees were harassed and threatened with termination to meet the sales push in a complete review of cases ...

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Anheuser-Busch pays $6M to settle India bribery accusations

Shareholders of SAB Miller plc have given the greenlight to the company's proposed merger with Anheuser-Busch InBev. The SEC action came as investors on Wednesday approved AB InBev's proposed Dollars 103 billion takeover of SAB Miller, which brews Fosters and Peroni, among other brands, cementing AB InBev's position as the global leader in the beer industry.

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Dunkin' Donuts partners with Coca-Cola to enter cold coffee market

The company's senior VP of brand marketing revealed, "We sell more iced coffee than anybody else, but we also realize that we need to keep up with the trends". The Company franchises restaurants under its Dunkin' Donuts and Baskin-Robbins brands. Terms of the deal were not disclosed. To make the coffee, Coke will make use of USA milk-making facilities through its Fairlife dairy joint venture, according to a person familiar with Coke's plans.

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OPEC agrees on modest oil production curbs

Here's what happened when the cut was announced: REUTERS/ Mohamed Al HwaitySaudi Arabia had held a policy of pumping out as much oil as possible with the aim of stunting the growth of United States shale-oil producers, which were threatening to supplant Saudi Arabia as the US's main source of oil.


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