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Protest held in downtown Yakima over Dakota Access Pipeline

Kennedy Jr.is joining the protest against the Dakota Access oil pipeline, saying it's important to "the future of humanity". In what organizers said were the largest demonstrations to date against the pipeline, thousands of people rallied outside Army Corps of Engineers offices, banks and energy companies, a day after the Obama administration delayed granting a permit needed to finish the project.

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Dollar weighs on emerging markets

But people still want to do more of this trade. ASIA'S DAY: Japan's benchmark Nikkei 225 added 1.7 percent to finish at 17,672.62 and the Shanghai Composite rose 0.5 percent to 3,210.37, but most other Asian markets fell. Nikko SMBC Securities estimates US two-year notes are now pricing in five Fed rate hikes in the next two years, said senior strategist Makoto Noji.

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Demonitisation effect: Modi's mother visits bank to change banned notes

India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi Sunday made an emotional appeal to people to make India graft-free, as chaotic scenes erupted outside banks nationwide after high denomination notes were pulled from circulation. Congress has given notices for adjournment, short duration discussions and calling attention motion on various issues including demonetisation, surgical strikes and government's policy towards Pakistan, a senior party leader said, as per PTI.

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Paul Ryan Poised to Remain Speaker After Closed-Door Vote

House Speaker Paul Ryan said he is looking forward to helping make President-elect Trump "the most successful president in our lifetime". As for Ryan, the Wisconsin Republican still has to win a floor vote for speaker in January, when all members of the House will cast ballots, including Democrats.

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US issues final rules on methane from oil and gas production

The groups are represented by attorneys Eric Waeckerlin and Kathleen Schroder of Davis Graham & Stubbs. In its announcement of the final rule, BLM said it "carefully coordinated" with states and the Environmental Protection Agency, which is also developing its own rules to regulate methane emissions from oil and gas wells, to "avoid inconsistency or redundancy in regulations".

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How The Coca-Cola Company (NYSE:KO) trades after earning announcements?

Bearish revenue estimates established at $9.06B while the bullish revenue forecast has been figured out at $9.46B. They now have a Dollars 45 price target on the stock. Coca-Cola had a net margin of 16.99% and a return on equity of 32.47%. For the quarter, revenue came in at 10.63B versus consensus estimate of 10.51B.

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Coming Trump presidency won't alter Alberta climate plan

And with " clean coal " decades away from becoming a reality for consumers, Trump's vow to bring the coal industry back seems that much more hollow. "We're going to bring it back". These are long-term planning decisions that have already been set in motion, and the repeal of regulations is unlikely to have much of an effect. President Obama unveiled the final version of his state-by-state effort to combat climate change by reshaping the nation's energy sector - a plan that has roiled ...

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State board investigates Bladen absentee ballots

Gov. Friday is the deadline for submitting final vote counts to the State Board of Elections. Brian blamed the March problems on a "rogue employee having messed with the ballots". McCrory led in the gubernatorial contest for much of election night until the previously unreported early votes from Durham County flooded into the statewide tally shortly before midnight.

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Don't Trash The Electoral College - It Works

Their office is situated in the middle of Washington, D.C., a city whose people tend to be a rare mix of higher education and hustle. Now, we are fighting to educate an America that has chosen to oppress the very people who have been pivotal to its glory as a nation.

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Trump may deport up to 3 million illegal immigrants

He appeared to soften his stance on Sunday. "It's called construction", Trump said . In a television interview to CBS , his first after being elected President, he said that he will assort people by their criminal records. We're getting them out of our country, or we're going to incarcerate. "But we're getting them out of our country, they're here illegally". Trump said.

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Enough New Notes Available, Please Be Patient, Says Reserve Bank Of India

The RBI said it has made arrangements to distribute the notes in new Rs 2000 and other denominations across the country. The withdrawal limit is of 2,000 rupees per day per card for all the customers at bank ATMs. Bank ATMs were giving money mainly in multiple of Rs 100. A large number of people who thronged different ATM centers in the town were disappointed a lot as most of the ATMs remained closed here putting the people to hardships.

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Ban Ki-moon optimistic Trump will change his mind on climate

More than 90 countries have moved from Intended Nationally Determined Contributions to formal Nationally Determined Contributions in record short time, which confirmed the world's commitment to addressing climate change, UNFCCC's Patricia Espinosa said.

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Rudy Giuliani emerges as favorite as Trump weighs secretary of state

Ambassador John Bolton , who has called for bombing Iran. Former NYC mayor Rudy Giuliani may be a secretary of state contender in Donald Trump's administration. Giuliani, 72, would be an out-of-box choice for secretary of state. However, a second official cautioned that John Bolton , a former USA ambassador to the United Nations, remains in contention for the position.

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Activist investor Starboard Buys a Stake in Hewlett Packard Enterprise

During last 5 trades the stock sticks nearly 5.76%. The firm lowered its rating on HPE from Outperform to Market Perform. Always volatility measures make charm for active trader; price volatility of stock was 3.40% for a week and 2.37% for a month.

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European Union agrees to set up rapid reaction force

The United States, which spends roughly 3.3 percent of its GDP on defense, contributes about 70 percent of NATO's budget. "First of all, the need to work on the multilateral system, for us it's extremely important to work on the climate change agreement implementation", she said.

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John Lewis Christmas 2016 Ad Released

The advert features Buster the Boxer dog and a trampoline and appears to aim to make its audience laugh rather than cry this year. Before the little girl can run to her present on Christmas day, she is beaten to it by Buster who, it seems, is equally obsessed with bouncing.

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Rights groups urge release of 'world's saddest polar bear'

Following the widespread condemnation of Pizza's living conditions, the Yorkshire Wildlife Park in the United Kingdom offered to give the bear a better home but the Chinese authorities refused this offer. "Pizza the polar bear will temporarily leave Guangzhou and return to her birthplace", the Grandview Mall Aquarium said on its account on the social media platform WeChat.

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Oil prices up 2% on hopes of OPEC output cut

OPEC members say they need production cuts from others outside OPEC, such as Russian Federation, the world's largest oil producer, for the plan to succeed in balancing petroleum supplies with demand and raising crude prices. The Vienna meeting is expected to become decisive for the market, while the proposed production ceiling ranges between 32.5 million barrels per day (mb/d) and 33 mb/d.

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Sushma Swaraj undergoes dialysis for kidney failure

External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj, who has over 6.52 million followers on Twitter is easily one of the most followed female world leaders. Tweeple are returning the favour and tweeting the foreign minister with offers of help, should she need it.

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Mass Effect Andromeda Turns Heads With New Race

Game Informer is continuing its exclusive look at various components of Mass Effect: Andromeda with today's video being about the creation of the game's first race, the Kett . "You still want to be able to empathize with these guys". Design began with the face, which the team envisioned with a bone carapace that would stretch into the race's armor.

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Anti-Muslim Hate Crimes in US Skyrocket in previous year

Brian Levin, the director of Center for the Study of Hate & Extremism at California State University San Bernardino, also noted a spike nearly identical to that of the FBI's in a report released last August. Though Trump may have told those committing the crimes to "stop it", his lukewarm condemnation will likely do little to deter further attacks. "And I say, stop it".

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Trump now praises Electoral College

Donald Trump's victory marks the second time in recent US history that a president did not capture both the popular vote and the Electoral College majority. Two-thirds of the House of Representatives and Senate must pass the proposed amendment, then must be passed by three-fourths of the states . "She got a huge percentage of her support from California and New York ", Ross said.

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Japan, India sign controversial civil nuclear deal

The talks on Friday also saw Abe and Modi discuss India using Japanese Shinkansen bullet train technology for its 500-km railway project that will connect Mumbai and Ahmedabad in western India. The agreement with Japan follows a similar one with the United States in 2008, which gave India access to nuclear technology after decades of isolation.

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Western NC Under State's Highest Air Quality Warning

Children and people with asthma are at the highest risk under these conditions. As if more than a dozen wildfires burning almost 34,000 acres in the North Carolina mountains aren't bad enough, now rockslides are threaten... On Wednesday, it's predicting a Code Red. Code Orange conditions, or unhealthy for sensitive groups, are forecasted for the northern mountains, much of the foothills and the Western Piedmont, including Charlotte.

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Will Donald Trump Keep Obamacare? The President-Elect Has Changed His Tune

In an interview with CBS's "60 Minutes" that aired Sunday night , Trump said Obamacare "will be repealed and replaced" in one fell swoop. "Now suddenly you're in charge and you're going to repeal it, okay, well what happens to those 20 million people?" "We're not gonna have a two-day period and we're not gonna have a two-month period where there's nothing", said Trump.

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Indian stock market records sharp fall on Tuesday

It had lost 698.86 points on Friday on worries that US President-elect's Donald Trump's impending reforms may spark outflows from emerging markets (EMs). Tata Motors was the biggest loser from the Sensex pack on the day - sinking 9.88 per cent to Rs 457.25 after the company's standalone net loss widened to Rs 631 crore in the September quarter.

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Currency exchange; long queues, chaos in Jammu banks

A senior police official informed that they have made elaborate arrangements, including quick reaction teams, for maintaining security in banks in view of the rush to exchange the now-invalid currency notes of Rs 500 and Rs 1,000. People can also withdraw up to 10,000 rupees from a bank per day and a maximum of 20,000 rupees per week. Even at petrol pumps, there was long queue of vehicles.

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Samsung gets connected vehicle fever, will buy Harman for $8 billion

Samsung Electronics President Young Sohn said the company plans to begin 5G LTE trials in 2018 and roll out the technology in 2020. Samsung's $112 per-share, all-cash offer represents a 28% premium on Harman's closing share price on 11 November.

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Chaos outside banks as cofferes run dry

State Bank of India today said it has received deposits worth 53,000 crore rupees after the government scrapped 500 and 1,000 rupees notes and has exchanged currency worth about 1,500 crore rupees so far. 100 notes on Friday". But this was no bank robbery; it was an audacious plan to issue new notes across India. He also added that the new currency note of Rs 2000 denomination will make black money hoarding easier.

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Harbour Capital Advisors LLC Invests $1208000 in Delta Air Lines Inc. (DAL)

Finally, Pennant Capital Management LLC increased its stake in Delta Air Lines by 1.2% in the first quarter. Archford Capital Strategies LLC now owns 2,732 shares of the company's stock worth $100,000 after buying an additional 2,648 shares in the last quarter.

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Judge Orders Brendan Dassey Released From Prison, Steven Avery's

But US magistrate William Duffin yesterday followed through on his decision in August to overturn the case and ordered the now 27-year-old's release. Dassey was 16 when Halbach died. Brendan needs to provide his intended address upon release by midday on Tuesday. "That's what I'm focused on right now, getting him home, getting him with his family and then helping him to re-integrate back into society while his appeal plays out", he said.

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Jaguar I-Pace Breaks Cover In Los Angeles

Ian Callum, Director of Design, adds: "The I-PACE Concept represents the next generation of electric vehicle design". Going electric is a huge departure for the company, but its approach to launching new vehicles - with the biggest promotion and publicity stunts possible - remains unchanged.

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Dakota Access Pipeline is delayed pending discussions with tribe

Army Corps of Engineers land overnight". Activists called for demonstrations at Army Corps of Engineers offices and at banks financing the pipeline construction. "Dozens of people were pepper-sprayed and at least two were shot with nonlethal projectiles during a standoff between pipeline protesters and police at a creek north of the main Oceti Sakowin camp", The Bismarck Tribune reported .

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Global Stock Markets Fight back as Trump Shock Fades

The front-month VIX contract was recently up 8.6 percent. The extraordinary United States election outcome has drawn direct comparisons with Britain's shock Brexit vote in June to leave the European Union. Here's the latest addition to the list: Donald Trump's victory on Tuesday, which some analysts are calling an "orange swan" event for emerging markets.

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Brazilian GP talking points: Lewis Hamilton's dominance, Max Verstappen's ingenuity, Pirelli's tyres

Horner said: "We witnessed something very special". When Daniel Ricciardo switched to intermediates following the second race stoppage, soon after the Australian began posting fastest times in various sectors. I think it was a good recovery, hard to come back - I struggled to get past Carlos Sainz, I don't know why, it took a lot of laps before I really started to feel well in the auto and it was too late.


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