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Wells Fargo drops sales goals tied to accounts scandal

In a complaint filed in May 2015 in California, prosecutors alleged that Wells Fargo's plan was to steer all levels of checking account customers into savings, credit and online accounts that could generate fees for the bank. Stumpf has served an chief executive of Wells Fargo since 2007. After Wells Fargo acquired Wachovia in 2008, Mack rose to head of the Wells Fargo Advisors Financial Services Group, which includes investment products, strategic and advisory solutions and lending ...

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School bus crash kills driver and injures 20 at Denver Airport

The students were returning from a football game in California, and the vehicle was circling back to the airport when it crashed . A school bus crash occurred at the Denver International Airport on Sunday, leaving one dead. 12. Just before the crash, the bus driver circled back around to the spot where she had just picked up members of the Legacy football team and their coaches.

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Karna violence: Tamil outfits call Puducherry bandh on Sept 16

Police arrested almost 400 people for looting and vandalism in India's information technology hub of Bangalore after a curfew was imposed to quell violence set off by a court ruling over a disputed water source, a police officer said yesterday.

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Former Ald. Sandi Jackson Released From Prison

He was sentenced to 2 ½ years in prison, but was given time off his sentence for good behavior, and for completing a substance abuse program, and spent a total of 23 months in custody, including about three months in a halfway house, and another three months on home confinement.

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Canadian iPhone sales spike on eBay after Apple's iPhone 7 announcement

For the iPhone 7 , Apple's packing in a 1960mAh battery. I think the only logical reason to be mad at Apple for the AirPods themselves is if Apple pushed their product by not supplying Lightning headphones or an adapter, both of which are included with the iPhone 7, so it's all gravy in the end.

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Tropical storm warning issued as Julia threatens northeast Florid

The National Hurricane Center announced the upgrade to a tropical storm at 10 p.m. Tuesday, with Julia located five miles west of Jacksonville and moving to the north-northwest at 9 mph. Tropical Storm Julia or its remnants are likely to bring at least indirect impacts to the Lower Cape Fear Region. Tropical Storm Warnings are now in effect along the coast of Georgia and northern Florida.

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Racing Fans Satisfied With IndyCar's Return To Watkins Glen International

Then, in 1983, Corning Enterprises, a subsidiary of Corning Glass, partnered with International Speedway Corporation to buy the track and rename it Watkins Glen International. Fast facts: Simon Pagenaud leads Will Power in the championship race by 28 points, though there are still nine drivers mathematically eligible for the title with two races to go.

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National Football League players join Colin Kaepernick protests

The protests have not been popular with law enforcers who were broadly categorised by Kaepernick as "getting away with murder". Kaepernick told reporters it was his way of protesting the injustice against minorities, stemming from more videos surfacing of unarmed African-American men being shot by white police officers.

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Sioux's Concerns Over Pipeline Impact on Water Supply 'Unfounded,' Company Says

While the equipment is on the move, Dakota Access is not giving up on the project. "We would like our government and financial institutions to divest from fossil fuel based energy and into energies we already have that are available that do not burn, emit carbon dioxide into the atmosphere", said protestor Heidi McHugh.

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CFB: No. 1 Alabama at No. 19 Ole Miss preview

The Crimson Tide opens the season against Florida State on September 2 in what will be the first regular season college football game at Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta, Ga. The Rebels scored 34 points against Florida State's defense, which figures to be one of the best in the country, in the opening week, so they might draw some confidence from that.

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Millions Of Americans Aren't Taking Their Blood Pressure Meds Properly

The findings were based on an analysis of more than 18.5 million people enrolled in 2014 in Medicare Part D, a federal program that subsidizes the costs of prescription drugs for seniors. North Dakota, Wisconsin, and Minnesota have the highest rates of people who do take their medicine as directed. Dr. Tom Frieden, the manager of CDC, says that not medicating themselves accurately puts patients at a greater risk of premature death.

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Trump hits Obama for campaigning for Clinton instead of 'working'

The doctor later said in a statement that Clinton was "rehydrated and recovering nicely". "She submitted a multiple-page report from a doctor - a good doctor - talking about what medicine she's on". The president also vigorously defended Clinton after a week during which the Democratic nominee said half of Trump's supporters fit into what she calls a "basket of deplorables".

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Bill Weld defends Gary Johnson after Aleppo flub

Journalist Mike Barnicle , who asked the Libertarian White House contender what he would do about the Aleppo crisis if elected, replied with an incredulous "you're kidding me", to Johnson's professed ignorance on the subject. He picked up high-profile support Wednesday night when former Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney tweeted that Johnson should be allowed in the debates.

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Samsung China to recall 1858 Galaxy Note 7 smartphones -watchdog

Samsung has said that the phone should be turned off immediately. The update for South Korean users will start at 2 a.m. on September 20, it said. The MTA is following the lead of New Jersey Transit's request that commuters turn off their Galaxy Note 7 devices before going to a station or boarding a train or bus.

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Missouri man has long violent history with women

The disappearance of a 21-year-old suburban Kansas City woman who hasn't been seen since Thursday is considered a suspicious missing persons case after her abandoned, burned vehicle was found near a road in south Kansas City, police said. Police have released no details about the relationship between Yust and Runions. "I'm unsure what he will do next, because the abuse has gotten worse over time", read her protection order application, which also alleged Yust stalked her.

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Cowboys' Ezekiel Elliott 'disappointed' in 'average' National Football League debut

FRISCO, Texas - The Dallas Cowboys wake up Tuesday morning realizing things were not as bad for them after a season-opening loss to the New York Giants as they were for the Washington Redskins Monday night against the Pittsburgh Steelers. Prescott should definitely have things to build on. Prescott was the talk of the game before and during the first half. "When you win those situations, you have a chance to be ahead when the ballgame is over".

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Obama blasts Trump as phony at campaign rally

Flowers from well-wishers arrived in Chappaqua where Clinton was recovering, after she collapsed leaving the 9/11 ceremony this past Sunday. Obama aggressively stepped into a void left by Clinton, who is taking time off from campaigning after being diagnosed with pneumonia.

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Will Trump's childcare plan really serve working families?

Clinton laid out a detailed child care plan last June and has called for 12 weeks of paid family leave. "Raise taxes on the wealthy" is Clinton's plan to pay for nearly all of her proposed social programs, and it's almost certainly politically infeasible.

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Bernie Sanders speaks at rally in Washington

The company had planned to begin transporting crude oil from the Bakken Shale in North Dakota to a refinery in IL by January 1, but analysts now expect the company to miss that target. "The bottom line for the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe is and will always be protecting our lands, people, water, and sacred sites from the devastation of this pipeline".

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School bus involved in crash in Lakeland; 3 teens injured

Students at a suburban Denver high school where a school bus driver was killed and high school football players and staffers injured Sunday resumed classes Monday. Authorities say the bus carried 28 students and four adults. The driver's name and age have not been released. Airbags deployed but the female bus driver was killed, Denver police Sgt.

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Criminal Charges Sought Against Trump For Inciting A Riot In North Carolina

A woman protesting at a Donald Trump event in North Carolina on Monday night was allegedly assaulted by a supporter of the Republican presidential candidate. Many of those in the rowdy crowd flipped off the protesters. The media attempts to normalize Trump, and the behavior of his supports must stop, and it is up to everyday Americans to stand up to anyone who injects violence into our democratic process.

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Wells Fargo CEO says bad employees were behind scandal over unsolicited accounts

The product sales goals will be eliminated by January 1, the San Francisco-based bank said in a brief statement . The company's CEO, John Stumpf , is expected to testify at a hearing in front of the Senate Banking Committee on September 20th.

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Obama Stumps For Hillary In Philadelphia

First discovered by the Daily Caller , what Bill Clinton told CBS News on Monday wasn't quite the same message many viewers watched later on Monday and Tuesday when video clips were being recycled on air. Her campaign has sought to turn the matter around on Republican opponent Donald Trump, who has released only a glowing letter from his doctor, though the billionaire real estate mogul says that he, too, plans to make public additional information in the coming days.

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Obama plans to increase number of refugees admitted to U.S

President Barack Obama plans to ramp up refugee admissions in the final months of his presidency ― and to encourage the next president to do the same. The U.S. also screens refugees before they come to the U.S., making its situation different from that of Europe, where large numbers of people showed up at the borders.

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Hillary Is Right, 'Half of Trump Supporters Are Racist'

Trump said , adding that his supporters are "wonderful, fantastic people". "I was supposed to rest five days - that's what they told me on Friday - and I didn't follow that very wise advice", she said. There's still a lot of attention on Hillary Clinton's health. "Somehow, as things go on, because we've become so partisan, our standards for what's normal have changed", Obama said.

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Knife-wielding man shot in leg after charging at cops in Bronx

When they caught up with Colon, they found him in possession of a knife and appeared to be cutting himself, officials said. Police cornered the man on the seventh floor. Police say he may have been under the influence of heroin during the incident. "He always seemed fine, but he never hung out with the neighbors outside".

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Annual household income rises first time since 2007

The White House , which has been under attack by Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump for policies failing black people, noted that there were "even larger improvements for African-Americans, Hispanic Americans, and children" in the Census report .

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Tropical Storm Julia forms along Florida coast

Some showers and occasional thunderstorms will persist until late week. Rainfall accumulations are likely to be in the 3- to 6-inch range near and to the north of the storm's center of circulation along the Southeast coast. Recent observations indicate that sustained tropical-storm-force winds are occurring along the northeast coast of Florida from Ponte Vedra northward to the mouth of the St.

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Residents, Native Americans Will Rally And Pray Against Dakota Pipeline This Month

BISMARCK, N.D. | A federal judge kept in place Monday a previous work-stoppage order on a small portion of the almost 1,200-mile Dakota Access oil pipeline while federal agencies review construction permits for the site, which the Standing Rock Sioux tribe says is sacred ground.

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Clowns trying to talk to kids reported in Georgia

Randy Gonzalez said Tuesday none of the children reported making physical contact with any clowns, but that doesn't mean the children weren't frightened. "And, if applicable, you may face criminal charges". Deputies in Greenville County, SC said the clowns were initially seen in wooded areas, where they reportedly tried to encourage children to join them, but the situation escalated to reports that clowns were also knocking on the doors of homes.

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11 memorable quotes from Obama stumping for Clinton

Clinton told CNN late Monday she expects to resume campaigning later this week. Clinton's campaign revealed her pneumonia diagnosis only after she abruptly left a ceremony on Sunday marking the September 11, 2001 attacks. Mrs. Clinton had coughed her way through multiple appearances last week, insisting it was nothing more than "allergies", while her campaign pushed back on reporters who noted her coughing, telling one to "get a life".

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5 dead in mid-air collision over Alaska

Reports reaching here on Thursday quoted troopers as citing responders at the scene northwest of the village of Russian Mission, 375 miles, or 603 kilometers, west of Anchorage, that all five people on board the two planes were killed. Rescue workers flew by helicopter to the crash site from Bethel, about 100 kilometres south of Russian Mission. Neither Hageland nor Renfro's immediately responded to requests for comment.

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Scenes from a Donald Trump event in Cleveland

The Republican presidential nominee insisted during a presidential forum Wednesday night that he has a private blueprint for defeating the extremist group. Clearly Trump is an idiot who should not be president, but Hillary Clinton keeps getting tripped up by minefields like this-and not all of the mines are manufactured Fox News fantasies.

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North Dakota pipeline construction suspended by request of U.S. government

Senator Heidi Heitkamp, who represents North Dakota, has refused to take a stand on the pipeline. The US government has paused construction of the pipeline, ordering the pipeline's construction company to temporarily halt construction on a stretch of land within 20 miles of Lake Oahe, which is held sacred by a Native American tribe.

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Democrats Press for Federal Investigation Into Trump University

Bondi's official decision not to participate in litigation against Mr. Trump", the letter read . The donation came just days after her office told a newspaper it was considering whether to join a proposed multi-state lawsuit against Trump University and the Trump Institute - businesses that offered real-estate seminars that scores of former students allege were get-rich-quick scams.


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