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Federal Bureau of Investigation renews search for California student missing 20 years

The location was disclosed because of its high visibility but the other sites were being kept secret because "we do not want to tip our hat to the possible suspect or suspects out there", Parkinson said. Cal Poly San Luis Obispo is part of the 23-campus California State University system. Federal Bureau of Investigation trained canines were brought to the area in January, where they identified locations of interest in the area.

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Detectives question 'person of interest' in J'Ouvert killing

Tyreke Borel, 18, was shot in the chest and died at the hospital. Assistant Chief Patrick Conry, the Brooklyn chief of detectives, said they may have been unintended targets. "I was given the opportunity to push my limits and be responsible for my personal growth and development journey", she wrote on the LinkedIn page. According to official police statistics, through August 28, major crimes in the 71st were collectively down about 14 percent compared to the same time period past year.

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U.S. Stocks Rise As August Jobs Report Reflects Steady Hiring

Michael Gapen, chief USA economist with Barclay's, told ABC News that he's standing by his September hike call, but admitted "the optics of this report are less than we would have liked". "However, with survey data suggesting some of the recent slowdown in hiring and business activity is due to uncertainty ahead of the presidential election, a rate rise later in the year, most likely December, remains on the table providing the economic data flow picks up again in the fourth quarter".

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Hillary Clinton Blames Coughing Fit on Donald Trump; GOP Nominee's Campaign Responds

The comments, Clinton's most extensive yet on one of the more unusual subplots of the presidential campaign, came after a Washington Post report that USA intelligence and law enforcement agencies are probing a wide, covert Russian effort to disrupt the presidential election.

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Asian shares edge higher in dull trading as US takes holiday

Though Kuroda signaled his readiness to expand an already massive stimulus program in his speech on Monday, he did not provide any explicit hints on the chances of the BOJ aggressively easing policy at its next review on September 20-21. Benchmark U.S. crude oil gained 70 cents to $45.14 a barrel in electronic trading on the New York Mercantile Exchange, while Brent crude, the benchmark for global oil prices, rose 67 cents to $47.50 a barrel.

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Steve Sarkisian to Alabama

Sarkisian arrived in Tuscaloosa after Alabama's season-opening, 52-6 win over the 20th-ranked Trojans. The 42-year old Sarkisian is a respected coach and offensive mind, but had been out of football since he was sacked by USC last October following a series of alcohol-related incidents.

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Oil edges lower amid scepticism about output freeze

Buoyed by the news, oil process extended gains as London Brent crude for November delivery went up 22 cents at $47.85 a barrel, Reuters reported. In Iraq, Prime Minister Haidar Al-Abadi has said he'd support a freeze deal though new Oil Minister Jabbar Al-Luaibi previously called on oil companies to increase production to boost national revenue.

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North Dakota Tribal Protest Over Oil Pipeline Turns Violent on Saturday

Protesters worry that the $3.8 billion pipeline, which is slated to run through four states, could disturb sacred sites and affect the reservation's drinking water. If completed, the pipeline would carry about 500,000 barrels of crude per day from North Dakota's Bakken oilfield to IL. Hundreds of people protesting the Dakota Access oil pipeline turned violent, the Morton County Sheriff's Department said .

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West Indian Day Parade in New York City

Police say about a half hour later, 22-year-old Tiarah Poyau was shot in the face and killed. The Daily News reported that Borel had three siblings and will be buried in Trinidad, where he was born. Last year, a top aide to Gov. Andrew Cuomo, Carey Gabay, 43, was shot in the head and killed as he attended the festivities. J'ouvert - which means "daybreak" in French - typically attracts 250,000 revelers from the city's Caribbean communities, most of whom enjoy a peaceful time dancing to ...

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Reliance Jio might slash rates further; consumers to benefit more

Quoting Experts, ET said that Jio may extend its free offer on data after January 1, 2017 so as to boost customer volumes. He said the free domestic voice calls will also come with free roaming while global ones too will be affordable. The users who need to switch to Jio 4G Sim must, to work with, the MNP support for clients to have the attractive offers. Building a national 4G network from scratch represents a major risk for Ambani, who got out of telecoms about 15 years ago after a ...

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New EU Law To Scrap Roaming Charges With A Catch

Anyone who's been stung with an extortionate bill after using their mobile device overseas will have welcomed the EU's pledge previous year to abolish roaming fees across the continent, but those who regularly travel for extended periods should hold off the celebrations.

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World leaders prepare for G20 summit

The targets included Kurdish groups that are backed by Washington and seen as integral to the fight against the Islamic State group. But Obama said they also would have a candid discussion about differences, including on human rights, cybersecurity and maritime issues.

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August Jobs Report: The Most Boring Economic Expansion Ever Keeps Being Boring

The August payroll gain was a slowdown from the more than 270,000 jobs added in each of the prior two months. Most Asian markets were listless Friday as investors awaited key US job data that could influence the Fed's interest rate policy.

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Apple: Billions Set Aside for US Taxes

Asked about the European Commission's claim that in 2014 Apple paid a corporate tax rate of just 0.005 he said it's a "false number". Shy and retiring * a href="http://www. Unfortunately it's one of those things we have to work through. But such challenges can take years to complete, meaning that the final sum Apple may have to pay won't be known until then.

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Sarah Jessica Parker Blasts EpiPen Maker For Jacking Up Prices

In the interest of price transparency, the company says they are also providing the entire economic story of the EpiPen supply chain on their website . Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton criticized Mylan earlier this week for the high prices, and her campaign fired another attack after the company announced the discount.

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SpaceX Blast Threatens to Leave NASA in a Bind

However, should a replacement to AMOS-6 not be found, it may have to remove some providers, the company said. After the explosion, they gave SpaceX an ultimatum: a $50 million dollar reimbursement or a free flight on a SpaceX satellite.

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Trump Takes 2-Point Lead on Clinton

Trump scores 126 electoral votes, according to the poll , while 168 electoral votes are considered a toss-up. Clinton can win without either OH or Florida as long as she wins Pennsylvania and a couple of the other remaining toss-up/leaner states, a group that includes Virginia , North Carolina , Nevada, Iowa and Wisconsin.

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Stock Watchlist: EnLink Midstream Partners, LP (NYSE:ENLK)

Goldman Sachs Group lifted their price objective on Summit Midstream Partners from $16.00 to $18.00 and gave the stock a "neutral" rating in a report on Thursday, May 12th. CONE Midstream Partners LP (NYSE:CNNX) has risen 97.08% since February 1, 2016 and is uptrending. The research firms predict EnLink Midstream, LLC (NYSE:ENLC) to post EPS of $0.13 in next quarter, which is scheduled to be posted on 2016-11-02.

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Tighter water restrictions in place

Due to the unseasonable heat and abnormally low rainfall in the province, the integrated Vaal River System, which supplies the City of Johannesburg's water, has dropped below the required level of 60 per cent. Joburg Water Managing Director Lungile Dlamini called on residents not to top up their pools with municipal water. "People who run auto washes must also use buckets to wash cars", said Dlamini.

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Global conservation group takes giant pandas off endangered species list

The fourth national survey conducted by the State Forestry Administration from 2011 to 2014 estimated that there were 1,864 giant pandas as of the end of 2013, 268 more than a decade earlier. The Chinese government and the World Wildlife Fund first established the Wolong National Nature Reserve in Sichuan province in 1980. The new listing means that all gorillas -including eastern and western gorillas -are now considered critically endangered.

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Georgetown's moral roadmap on slavery

The sale in 1838 was arranged by two of the university's early presidents and amounted to around $3. 3 million in today's money. Most of the slaves were sold to owners in Louisiana, where, according to the school's report, "they labored under awful conditions on cotton and sugar plantations".

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Can Apple make listening easy without a headphone jack?

The logic behind the removal of such a universal feature has been debated for months already, with some insisting that it will make room for a larger battery and others claiming it will let Apple's smartphone continue to get thinner over time.

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Tesla claims records for e-car speed and range

Model X in Ludicrous mode can accelerate from 0-60 mph in 2.9 seconds and will have a range of an estimated 289 miles for EPA and 542km in European Union on single charge. Yes. The American electric vehicle giant unveiled speedy new model electric cars that can go beyond 300 miles (482 kilometers) in a single charge. Musk said that for the first time "the fastest auto in the world, of any kind, is electric".

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Trader's Buzzer - The Walt Disney Company's (DIS)

The ability for The Walt Disney Company, to deal with debt, means it current ratio is 1, and quick ratio is 0.9. The stock has a market cap of $151.74 billion and a PE ratio of 16.97. For the prior quarter revenue for the stock hit $12.97B, with EPS at $1.36. Finally, Nordea Investment Management AB raised its position in shares of The Walt Disney by 430.0% in the second quarter.

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Furious would-be fliers vent over British Airways flight delays across US

As flight schedules returned to normal, the problem-which took out kiosks at several airports around the world, according to The New York Times-the delays were a reminder of how quickly technical issues can snowball into long lines and frustrated passengers.

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Russian Federation closer to agreement with USA on Syria, Putin says

It's clear now what our respective positions are, and we'll see in coming days whether on Syria we can reach a near-term agreement. But frantic diplomacy failed to bear fruit, with Moscow accused of backtracking. deployment of the THAAD anti-missile system in her country. "There are hard issues between Japan and China, and because of that, it is important that the leaders exchange honest opinions and make improvements", said Tokyo's chief cabinet secretary Yoshihide Suga.

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Five facts about China's panda conservation programme

The Chinese government was described by the IUCN as feeling proud of the increasing protection of the Giant Panda, and plans to continue investing in habitat protection, population monitoring, and protection patrols, and to further develop capacity of nature reserve staff.

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Rooney should have quit England - Shilton

That was maybe sub-conscious, players thinking: 'I don't want to be the one who gives that ball away.' I could see that: 'What if I make that pass? Best known as an out-and-out striker, England captain Rooney, whose position in the side has been the subject of much debate, started in a withdrawn role against Slovakia before going even deeper into midfield when Dele Alli came on in the second half.

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Hanjin to Get Government Funding

The bankruptcy of the Hanjin shipping line has thrown ports and retailers around the world into confusion, with giant container ships marooned and merchants worrying whether hundreds of tonnes of goods being carried by the South Korean company will reach shelves.

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Angela Merkel's Party Bruised In German Elections

The AfD's win was cheered by the leader of France's far-right National Front party, Marine Le Pen, who posted on Twitter: "What was impossible yesterday has become possible: the patriots of AfD sweep up the party of Ms Merkel". The AfD campaigned against her immigration policy, as well as opposing the transition to renewable energy and arguing against sanctions on Russian Federation.

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Ireland to challenge EU's $14.5 billion tax bill against Apple

The decision by European authorities' to slap Apple with a huge bill for back taxes was not a decision "against the US", European Commission chief Jean-Claude Juncker said on Sunday as world leaders gathered in China for a major economic summit.

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Pipeline Company Attacks Native Americans With Dogs And Pepper Spray

Pipeline protest security's Lance Keeble said that the dogs bit several protesters, and many more were pepper sprayed. Preskey says there were no law enforcement personnel at the site when the incident occurred and the crowd disbursed when officers arrived, resulting in no arrests.

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Scotland still doesn't want a second referendum or independence

Scotland voted by 62 per cent to 38 per cent to remain in the European Union in the June 23 Brexit referendum, putting it at odds with Britain as a whole which voted to leave. Labour leadership contender Owen Smith has said Scotland should not have a second independence referendum - just two days after he stated he would not oppose such a ballot.

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Rescuers: 1 dead in Tel Aviv building collapse

Police announced hours after the structure came down that four people were still missing, saying that they may be trapped under rubble at the site of the multi-floor auto park. One of the dead has been identified as a worker from the Ukraine and the other is reported to be Palestinian, though he has not yet been identified.

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Houston Ship Channel reopens after tanker fire closed it

The Houston Ship Channel links the busiest USA petrochemical port to the Gulf of Mexico. The U.S. Coast Guard Houston Vessel Traffic Service said it would commence with tow vessel transit outbound from Old River and San Jacinto River.


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