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Expedia confirms Trivago shares sale

Class A shares are now held by Trivago's management. "An IPO would allow customers to value Trivago as a separate standalone company", Khosrowshahi said earlier this this year. The selling shareholders include Trivago's founders. The final size of the IPO could be different. The Germany-based metasearch engine intends to place itself on NASDAQ in the United States under the TRVG symbol.

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EPA approves parts of Washington clean-water plan

Catanzaro was associate deputy administrator from 2005 to 2007. The new standards will be adopted gradually into permits for industries that discharge treated wastewater, Chung said. "If that same thing holds forth, the whole country is going to go Wisconsin's way, which is from one of the leaders in protecting the environment to, basically, a cesspool", Swanson said at the meeting at the Chippewa Valley Technical College.

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Thailand detects 33 new Zika virus cases

Thai health officials said 33 new cases have been confirmed. Suwannachai said Zika awareness campaigns have been increased across the country as many people have gone to Bangkok to take part in the national mourning activities for King Bhumibol Adulyadej, who passed away on 13 October.

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China: No, climate change is not a hoax we invented

Donald Trump has repeatedly indicated that environmentalism is not his priority. China couldn't have invented global warming as a hoax to harm US competitiveness because it was Donald Trump's Republican predecessors who started climate negotiations in the 1980s, China's Vice Foreign Minister Liu Zhenmin said .

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Business calls for Trump, world leaders to support Paris climate pact

While I can't stand here and speculate about what policies our president-elect will pursue, I will tell you this ... One of the things that I have learned is some issues look a little bit different when you're actually in office than when you're on the campaign trail.

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Iran's demand for Russian weaponry is estimated at $10 bln

Yet Russia and Iran may not be able to complete any military deal until 2020, when a United Nations moratorium on Iran obtaining weapons expires. Meantime, the European Union on Monday urged all parties to the landmark Iran nuclear accord to stick to their commitments after US President-elect Donald Trump said he might ditch the deal.

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Genesis packs extra power in G80 3.3T Sport

As the name indicates, the 3.3T Sport centers around an all-new 3.3-liter twin-turbocharged V6 engine with 365 horsepower at 6,000 rpm and 376 lb-ft of torque from 1,300-4,000 rpm. In addition to the new powertrain, the G80 Sport also benefits from a more aggressive tune for the G80's 8-speed automatic, adjustable dampers for the suspension, and uprated brakes with ventilated discs.

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China explains to Donald Trump why they couldn't have invented global warming

Trump has repeatedly called global warming a hoax and has made it one of the priorities in his first 100 days in office to leave the Paris deal, halt any US taxpayer funds for United Nations global warming programs, and revive the USA coal sector.

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McCain to Trump: Don't try to reset relations with Putin

John Bolton, who could be the next secretary of state , said Tuesday that Russian Federation would likely take "a lot of actions" before Donald Trump's inauguration to exploit the weaknesses of President Obama. In their conversation, the Kremlin said, Putin and Trump agreed that U.S. -Russia relations were " unsatisfactory " and vowed to work together to improve them.

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Early sign-ups for health care law are steady, but no surge

Trump could change some aspects of the law simply through his cabinet appointments, she said. More than 20,000 people made plan selections through the Minnesota exchange, MNsure, in the first nine days. Bertolini said he expected Trump and the GOP-led Congress to repeal the ACA, "at minimum in name". Even though premiums are going up significantly, administration officials say most people will be cushioned from the impact because they receive subsidies created to rise as their ...

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Political expert predicts that Trump will be impeached

However, he admits in his CNN interview with Erin Burnett that his impeachment prediction is from his gut. He went on to say: "First of all, throughout his life he has played fast and loose with the law". "He is a loose canon. The Republicans would vastly prefer to have Mike Pence , an absolutely predictable, down-the-pipe Conservative Republican". It would likely not mean the Trump children start getting operational or analytical intelligence reports in their inbox - unless they have ...

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Mahathir rallies support for Bersih street protest

The fund is at the center of investigations in the US and several other countries. "I hope that all of Malaysian will take part in this event", he ended. "You can not indulge in any kind of physical clash at all", Mr Najib said Thursday, according to the official Bernama news agency. "If one side wants to protest and the side that wants to protect the government is compelled to come out.

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Flames' Johnny Gaudreau to have surgery for broken finger

OEL left for the dressing room and did not return until the third period. Frolik stole the puck from Brad Richardson after a faceoff in the Flames' end and skated in at top speed and ripped a shot inside the post on Coyotes goalie Mike Smith.

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Undocumented Pinoy immigrants may be deported by Trump

There are a lot of policies that President Trump could enact on day one, but it did not seem like building his attractive southern border wall was one of them. During his campaign, he highlighted bad crimes by immigrants who he said had escaped detection because of protective policies. The Obama administration focused removal efforts on criminals as well, deporting a record number of people from 2009 to 2014.

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Rare 'supermoon' will make for spectacular sight on Monday

On Monday evening, the lunar orb was the closest it has been to Earth for 68 years - meaning it appeared unusually bright and large in the night sky. Across the global dateline in New Zealand, it was to reach its brightest after midnight Tuesday local time.

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Putin hails new special relationship between Russia and US

Mr Duterte, who has been compared to Mr Trump due to his devil-may-care irreverence to rivals and critics, said the US President-elect was "the chosen leader of the people of the most powerful country in the world". The Republican said during the campaign that if he were elected, he would reboot relations with the Kremlin to facilitate cooperation on a host of global challenges and "would look at" recognizing Crimea as part of Russian Federation, a step that would legitimize a military ...

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Britain has 'no plan for Brexit' says leaked memo

Billed as a "Brexit update", and dated November 7, the memo says that divisions within May's cabinet have slowed the decision making process, and political priorities have trumped economic concerns. The document also said that "major players" in industry were likely to "point a gun at government's head" to secure assurances similar to that given to carmaker Nissan that it would not suffer from Brexit.

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World leaders to support Paris cli

The Paris Agreement was signed by more than 190 countries and has been formally approved by more than 100, including the US. The hard-fought Paris Agreement set an objective of limiting average global warming to 2°C over pre-Industrial Revolution levels by cutting planet-heating greenhouse gases from burning coal, oil and gas.

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Supermoon to light up sky through week

Photographers across the world captured breathtaking images last night and are hoping for even better results tonight when the moon is at its fullest. The " supermoon " reached its brightest in Asia on 14 November 2016. The distance between the full moon and the earth on November 14 will be 356,508 km.

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Hillary Clinton Now Leads Donald Trump By More Than 1 Million Votes

George W. Bush defeated Al Gore in 2000 after receiving fewer popular votes. This comes after last week's win by President-elect Trump when he won the election by electoral votes and not the popular vote like his opponent, Hillary Clinton.

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Debate on Electoral College, popular vote continues

It was the second time since 2000 where the popular vote victor lost the Electoral College . Bush did in 2000 to Democratic nominee Al Gore , some Democrats say it's now time to abolish the Electoral College . The Electoral College count now stands at 290 for Trump and 232 for Clinton . "Your vote would matter as much as any other vote". Washington state elector P.

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Tonight's Super Moon - The Facts

The moon orbits the Earth in an oval shape and is brightest this week because it is coming closer to the Earth along its elliptical orbit than at any time since January 1948. "It's been hyped up a lot and usually you wouldn't notice the difference unless you compared tonight to a normal night". The moon will tonight be at its brightest in nearly 69 years as the "supermoon" astronomical phenomenon continues from last night.

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Trump denies trying to get security clearance for his children

The president-elect, who campaigned heavily against Washington corruption in the general election, is already facing questions regarding conflicts of interest with his vast business empire. The company has responded, saying that the sender of the alert was following usual pre-election protocol and that they are still making company-wide adjustments to their business practices.

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TRACKING: Warmth Tracking Out as Storm System Tracks In

Our next best chance of rain is a slight chance this Saturday as a cold front is expected to push through our state. Sunday stays cold, but the wind is much lighter. Winds gusting up to 35 miles per hour. The normal high for mid-November is about 47 degrees, but forecasts call for a high around 73 on Thursday .

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Mexico scores late, wins first Cup qualifier in USA since '72

Time for a new leader? With the proper coaching, all hope is not lost for the US team - as the roster is now constructed, it's not outside the realm of reality to think this team can make up four points in eight games . "I said to the team, 'This won't be the last four-nil defeat in their career, ' " added Klinsmann, whose squad lost to top-ranked Argentina by that count in the Copa America Centenario semifinals last summer.

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Supermoon lighting up the sky

Despite the cloudy forecast, Monday's supermoon lit up the sky across Canada. That's 69 years, people, so it's a pretty big thing. Last, such type of Super Moon was seen in 1948. Residents and tourists in cities like Sydney, Bangkok, and Tokyo have seen the brightest moon in nearly 69 years. EXTRA LARGE The supermoon, a rare celestial phenomenon, is seen over Manila's City Hall.

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The controversial casting decision in JK Rowling's Fantastic Beasts

He's balanced by Dan Fogler as Kowalski, his jovial local No-Maj pal, Waterston as the Hepburn-esque gal with moxie, and an ethereal Alison Sudol as Tina's sensual sister Queenie. Being set in America rather than Britain also helps - the portrayal of the wizarding community feels fresh, yet familiar, and isn't too bogged down by the influence of the earlier films.

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How the mega supermoon had people transfixed all over the world

The magical event happens because of the unusual egg-shaped orbit of the moon. This happens about once a month, so hopefully isn't that unfamiliar to most people. It won't be as big and bright again for another 18 years. The Moon circles the Earth every four weeks. The moon hasn't been this close to the earth since 1948 and won't be again until 2034 - so for many people this will probably be the most unbelievable the moon will ever look during your lifetime.

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Clouds part and we see the 'supermoon'

It's called a supermoon because it is illuminated in its full glory and it as close to the Earth as it can possibly, thus appearing larger in the sky. The event, described as “undeniably beautiful” by American space agency NASA, is due to the moon coming closer to earth than it has done for 69 years.

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2 now out for PC and PS4, addresses game crashing issues

There were a few complaints about unfortunate crashes in the game after update 1 .1. Elder Scrolls Online doesn't have a monthly subscription, as World of Warcraft does, but you still need to purchase the base game in order to play it, so it isn't true free-to-play.

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Dead Rising 4 will not feature story co-op

In 'Dead Rising 4 , ' Frank is much older - 16 years have passed since the events of the original game - and we chose to cast a new actor that reflected his age while still retaining the charm and humor that made him such a hit with fans. The game will still include a multiplayer mode. You play as four survivors who are also featured in the story as well. Once they do, you'll be able to wreak havoc on the zombie hordes and complete missions that take advantage of Dead Rising 4's systems.

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PM's ma backs note ban, visits bank for new notes

After receiving a new note of Rs 2,000, she displayed it in front of mediapersons, who virtually mobbed her as they sought her reaction on the demonetisation move, which has led to millions standing in queues infront of banks and ATMs to exchange old currency notes or withdraw cash.

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Video modi s mother heeraben exchanges currency of rs 4500

India has about 200,000 ATMs. Das said there were 120,000 banking correspondents - people authorised to accept small deposits on behalf of banks - and more than 130,000 branch Post Offices in the country. Other steps initiated include separate queues for senior citizens, the physically challenged and for those who want to exchange demonetised notes, and extension till November 24 the use of old notes at petrol stations, pharmacies and utilities.

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Google, Facebook Act to Keep Ads Off of Known 'Fake News' Sites

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg initially called the idea that fake news on Facebook could have influenced the election "crazy" during a conference appearance last week , and then doubled down this past weekend by arguing that more than 99 percent of the content shared on Facebook was "authentic".

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Dutton cuts stay of 457 visa holders

Despite that, however, 457 visa conditions have proved highly susceptible to exploitation by employers and sponsors. But Tony Pasin, Liberal MP for the South Australian seat of Barker, said it was risky to demonise foreign workers such as 457 visa holders, who filled critical needs in rural and regional communities.


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