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Bartlesville's Sears Store To Close In Mid-December

The Arkansas closures are another indication of the ongoing struggles for Kmart and Sears Holdings, which is trying to cut costs after reporting a steady decline in sales and traffic in stores. The number of associates affected by the store's closing is not publicly available. As of January 30, Kmart operated 941 stores, so Sears will have closed 14 percent of its locations under that banner this year.

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Mark Zuckerberg, Priscilla Chan pledge $3 billion to eradicating diseases

The first investment by the couple's for-profit philanthropic arm, the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative LLC, will be $600 million to create a research lab of engineers and scientists based in San Francisco, Chan said. The couple pledged the money as the next big investment by their philanthropic company, the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative , which is also focused on education, poverty, and equality.

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Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton take the lead in conflicting polls

But Clinton leads on every other issue the poll tested - on being in charge of nuclear weapons (51 percent to 25 percent), on being a good commander-in-chief (48 percent to 33 percent), on dealing with immigration (50 percent to 39 percent) and on terrorism and homeland security (44 percent to 43 percent).

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Amazon.com, Inc. (AMZN) Hits All-Time High; Analysts Think Could Reach $1000

Another milestone is that Amazon has cracked the $800 price level. Finally, Cantor Fitzgerald restated a buy rating and issued a $800.00 price target on shares of Amazon.com in a report on Tuesday, July 5th. Amazon is expanding into "audience platforms" and can "leverage automation into supply chain", as well as "use machine learning for the sake of recommending to you what you want", Sena noted.

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Reporter goes there: asks Hillary if she needs neurological exam for dementia

Watch above, via ABC Action News. NBC journalist Sarina Fazan asked if she will have neurological tests performed. "Well I am the mother of a daughter". A Tampa, Florida ABC News reporter asked Hillary Clinton if she would be willing to take neurological tests following her health scare, which forced Clinton to flee the 9-11 memorial earlier this month .

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UN adopts declaration on drug-resistant infections

UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said trends toward antimicrobial resistant diseases undermined the hard-won achievements of the Millennium Development Goals. Even organizations that are often sharply critical of the United Nations have embraced this new plan. Eloit said there was resistance as breeders wanted more time to adapt.

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Wells Fargo CEO resigns from San Francisco Fed's advisory council

Faced with the unrealistic sales expectations and close tracking of their sales by managers, employees looked for ways to manipulate Wells' sales system. A banker in California said she developed a tic in her eye. Bob Menendez at the hearing Tuesday that he didn't remember a 2011 email Menendez read to him from another former employee describing the sales tactics.

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Chan Zuckerberg Initiative Announced a $3 Billion New Program to Cure Disease

It will bring together Bay-area researchers and scientists from the University of California at San Francisco, the University of California at Berkeley and Stanford University. "Back in April, Mark Zuckerberg announced to the world that he is, in fact, God, and said he wanted to "[help] to cure all diseases by the end of this century".

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7 firefighters missing in Moscow blaze

Prosecutors launched an investigation into possible fire safety violations, the Moscow prosecutor's office said. The Emergencies Ministry said that eight firemen died while trying to extinguish the blaze. The press service of the Emergencies Ministry reported firefighters have extinguished the fire at the warehouse of plastic goods. "Workers in the warehouse left the radiators turned on all the time", he said.

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Hillary Clinton proposes 65 per cent tax on U.S. billionaire estates

Clinton's new plan not only has a top tax rate not seen since 1981, but also introduces three new tax brackets: a 50% rate for estates valued at more than $10 million per person, 55% for estates of more than $50 million, and 65% for estates exceeding $500 million.

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Don King drops 'n-word' while introducing Donald Trump

Trump is polling at near zero with African-American voters in most surveys, despite promising to "fix" the nation's inner cities in a pitch to blacks he sums up with one question ― "What have you got to lose?" Trump has also said he would call for an global conference focused on collaborating with US allies who share the goal of ISIS's demise.

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BJP MLAs, core committee unanimous on MGP alliance

It was Mahatma Gandhi's dream that Congress should leave politics and India should be Congress-mukt. Union Minister for Road Transport, Highways and Shipping and election incharge of BJP in Goa Nitin Gadkari will be on a two-day visit to the state from tomorrow.Addressing a press conference at the party headquarters, BJP state president Vinay Tendulkar said.

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100 jobs created as Eir boosts high-speed broadband rollout

Carolan Lennon, managing director at open eir, said it has spent nearly 400 million euro on the rollout of high-speed fibre broadband. Carolan Lennon, managing director at open eir, said the partnership with KNNS is a critical component of the company's broadband investment programme.

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CDC: Hawaii sees cluster of drug-resistant gonorrhea cases

It's yet another disturbing reminder that our antibiotics are increasingly losing their effectiveness. There are now seven patients in Hawaii recorded as the first known cases in the U.S. And even if it does prove effective, it may only be a matter of time before it too becomes ineffective in the face of this ever-evolving bacterial infection.

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No significant change in overall antibiotic use among hospitalized patients

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Atlanta. The World Health Organization director general, Margaret Chan, said on Wednesday that it was imperative for consumers and medical providers to rely less on antibiotics for disease treatment.

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Donald Trump Is Still a Birther

And nearly 6 in 10 say they are either "frustrated" or "disgusted" with this election. Trump's latest foray into the black community not only sought to connect with voters in Cleveland, home to a large community of African-American voters key to Clinton's prospects in OH, but also with moderate suburban voters, who frequently hear Clinton describe Trump as extreme.

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Hillary Clinton fit to serve as President, says doctor

Her campaign later disclosed she had been diagnosed with pneumonia two days earlier. He has called Clinton low on stamina and insinuated, fanning unfounded right wing conspiracies, that she could be in worse health than is known. The Texas Lyceum's survey showed Trump winning 39 percent support to Clinton's 32 percent. The heart of his plan is a revised tax code, which includes a pledge that no business should pay more than 15 percent of its income in taxes, a major drop from the current 35 ...

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Red Sox sweep Orioles, lower Magic Number to 5

As the Boston Red Sox steamroll their way toward the AL East crown, the Baltimore Orioles have turned their full attention toward the wild card race. Mancini says the Orioles do a great job preparing players for the big leagues, but could anything prepare him for a playoff push? The left-hander picked up the victory, meaning he's now 8-0 with a 2.86 ERA over his last nine starts and seemingly hitting his stride at the flawless time after his early-season struggles.

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2 more Zika cases in Iloilo City - DOH

The Department of Health last week, meanwhile, announced that Pennsylvania has reported its first sexually transmitted case of Zika virus. For all individuals while travelling, condom use is recommended whilst visiting an area with active Zika virus transmission.

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Assad blames U.S. for collapse of Syria truce

So it was especially depressing Wednesday when Kerry confessed in a speech at the United Nations that he entertained "profound doubt" about whether Russian Federation and the government of Syrian President Bashar Assad were serious about living up to their commitments to reduce violence and make it possible for humanitarian aid to be distributed.

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Clinton 'Recovering Well' From Pneumonia, Physician Says

In conclusion, Dr. Bardack wrote that "Mrs. Clinton has remained healthy and has not developed new medical conditions this year other than a sinus and ear infection and her recently diagnosed pneumonia". The statement added that Ms Clinton had suffered no long-term ill effects from a concussion sustained in 2012 while serving as Secretary of State - an incident that has since fuelled conspiracy theories about the presidential hopeful's overall health.

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Clash of titans: Clinton, Trump gird for first debate

With the first presidential debate coming on Monday, Donald Trump has moved to a five-point lead over Hillary Clinton, his biggest advantage since mid-July. Clinton has favored the path, while Trump said they should leave the country and attempt to reenter legally. In the Republican primary, Trump demonstrated a knack for relentlessly branding his opponents - using labels such as "low-energy" Jeb Bush, "little" Marco Rubio and "lyin'" Ted Cruz - in ways that stuck and paid off for him.

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Macy's to Hire Over 2000 Local Seasonal Workers

Retailers are keeping sales expectations and inventories low - and hiring light - ahead of the holiday season, to avoid a repeat of the last holiday quarter, when unusually warm weather led to weak sales and a lot of unsold goods. It said in September previous year it would shut 35-40 stores in early 2016. Of the 83,000 being hired, around 15,000 will work in its fulfillment warehouses, while 1,000 will be hired to support its Thanksgiving Day Parade in NY and other holiday events across the ...

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USA stocks extend gains as Nasdaq rallies to record high

Treasury trading at Mitsubishi UFJ Securities USA in NY. Palladium rose 0.9 percent to $689.70. "We are in a pretty good environment for stocks with low interest rates and companies beginning to show signs of life although the earnings aren't as robust as we'd like to see", said Alan Rechtschaffen, portfolio manager at UBS in NY.

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Federal Bureau of Investigation involved in Brad Pitt child abuse allegations

Brad Pitt is being investigated after being accused of verbal and physical abuse against his children, according to multiple reports early Thursday. The child abuse allegations against Brad Pitt have been referred to the FBI, PEOPLE confirms.

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The story behind the Wells Fargo CEO's wounded hand

Wells Fargo hired PricewaterhouseCoopers in August 2015 to help determine whether customers were hurt, according to Stumpf. When Stumpf testifies before a Senate committee hearing Tuesday, Sept. "And at times, the bank has been downright hostile to aggrieved customers". As lawmakers grilled Wells Fargo's CEO at a Capital Hill hearing, a Washington-based think tank crunched company data.

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Tap Water Study Finds Traces Of Carcinogen Affecting Most Americans

The U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration limits the amount of airborne chromium-6 in the workplace. The Environmental Working Group, an environmental health research and advocacy organization, determined in its report that 12,000 Americans are at risk of cancer from chromium-6 ingestion.

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Florida governor to put $25M toward developing Zika vaccine

A single immunization dose of either vaccine generated neutralizing antibodies in mice, the researchers reported. The $25 million pledge comes on top of the $36.2 million in he's already devoted to mosquito control measures and Zika testing kits.

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Trump Calls NBC News Anchor and Fellow GOP'er Lester Holt 'A Democrat'

Fifty-seven percent of likely voters say that Clinton's use of private email as secretary of state was at least reckless, with almost 4 in 10 calling it a criminal act. But, despite the snickering on Fox and Friends about this, Crowley was basically right: On the day after the attacks, Obama said: "no acts of terror will ever shake the resolve of this great nation".

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Atletico hold Barca at Camp Nou

Barcelona's Argentinian forward Lionel Messi sits on the ground (left) before leaving the pitch during the Spanish league football match FC Barcelona vs Atletico de Madrid at the Camp Nou stadium in Barcelona on Thursday. "Barca have sent us messages to ask us to look after Messi, but they don't seem to take care of him much themselves", he told Fox Sports . "Last year we had an unfortunate situation with a longer-term injury and my team played well".

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George Soros pledges US$500 million towards refugee crisis

The Leaders' Summit came a day after the governments of 193 countries adopted the New York Declaration at the UN Summit for Refugees and Migrants. Both summits are crucial to raising awareness of refugee and migration concerns, and both events are created to harness the political will of Member States to address the global refugee and migration crises we are all facing.

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Brad Pitt not under investigation for child abuse — LAPD

County Dept. of Children and Family Services for child abuse after someone on the flight anonymously reported the abuse to authorities. Rep Amara Suarez for the DCFS wouldn't confirm an investigation, as she stated, "We have very strict confidentiality laws".

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Ohio State assistant Greg Schiano involved in auto accident with bicyclist

The 26-year-old bicyclist was in stable condition after being hospitalized for a head injury, according to the Dispatch . Per the Dispatch , he hit a cyclist traveling the opposite direction while turning left. Schiano is in his first season as a coach with the Buckeyes. A New Jersey native, he brought long-downtrodden Rutgers to national prominence in 11 seasons as coach from 2000 to '11.

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CDC: Too Many Antibiotics Still Being Prescribed in U.S.

Medical experts said the study , which examined prescribing between 2006 and 2012, appeared to be the first national, multiyear estimate of USA hospital antibiotic use. Other strategies suggested include feedback that compares a physician's prescribing habits with those of peers, and order entry systems that force doctors to provide a publicly visible justification for prescribing an antibiotic.

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No new Zika cases in Singapore on Tuesday - government agency website

In most people, Zika causes only mild symptoms but in pregnant women it can cause microcephaly, a deformation in which babies are born with abnormally small brains and heads. Zika can also be passed through sex and from mother to fetus during pregnancy. But it's especially unsafe for women who are pregnant because it boosts the risk of babies born with microcephaly, a condition marked by an abnormally small head and incomplete brain development.