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Markets Right Now: Slight gains keep Dow, S&P 500 at records

The S&P 500 was up 6.81 points, or 0.3 percent, at 2,248.16, slightly below its high of 2,248.73. The Dow increased 1.6%, while the S&P climbed 1.3% and the Nasdaq added 1.1%. Transportation stocks also reached all-time highs, which hasn't happened in two years. BAGGED: Handbag and accessories maker Vera Bradley sank after it posted weak results and issued a disappointing outlook for the current quarter.

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John Glenn: Former U.S. senator, astronaut dies at 95

You go with me as I went the other day out to a veteran's hospital, look at those men out there with their mangled bodies in the eye and tell them they didn't hold a job. Glenn eventually took the advice. He specialized in the fight against nuclear weapons proliferation and the disposal of nuclear waste. As a 77-year-old, he became the oldest person to fly in space.

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Key developments in South Korean presidential crisis

The demonstrations are meant to press Saenuri lawmakers to agree with the opposition parties on impeaching Park, which requires at least 200 votes of the 300-member legislature. CONSERVATIVE BENCH The current bench is considered largely conservative, frequently ruling for the government in landmark cases during Park's presidency and that of her predecessor, Lee Myung-bak.

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Twitter Rolls Back Update After "Accidentally" Removing '@' From Replies

By mistakenly rolling it out widely, Twitter may have learned that it's an update that, in practice, people simply don't like - even if it helps save precious characters. "One of the biggest priorities for this year is to refine our product and make it simpler", company head Jack Dorsey said in May. Appreciate all the feedback (and apologies for the confusion).

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Galaxy Note 7 update next week may brick remaining USA handsets

Either way, both Galaxy S8 and iPhone rumors are just that: Rumors. The OTA update will be distributed starting November 19 to all USA carriers within 30 days. Samsung has been making efforts to disable all the remaining Note 7s so that it does not have to face any exploding issues with its Galaxy Note 7 in the future.

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Former astronaut, US Sen. John Glenn of Ohio has died at 95

It was author Tom Wolfe who dubbed him the nation's "last true national hero", and Glenn rode that fame and love like a rocket into the U.S. Senate, serving OH for 24 years before returning to space again in 1998 at 77 years old - another first.

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South Korea lawmakers set impeachment vote in motion

South Korea's opposition-controlled parliament has formally introduced an impeachment motion on President Park Geun-hye. Park was officially stripped of her powers just after 7 p.m. The dissenting members of the ruling Saenuri Party say they will back her impeachment, but only if the Sewol disaster is not included in the Bill. Park, South Korea's first female president, would be the country's second leader to face an impeachment vote.

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Trump says Softbank to invest $50 billion in United States

According to President-elect Donald Trump , Japan's SoftBank Group's planned $50 billion investment in the USA the US technology sector comes as a direct result of his presidential election win. Additionally, Son has always been known to make large investments in the United States, such as SoftBank buying 83% of mobile provider Sprint for over $20 billion.

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Newest Kingdom Hearts 2.8 Trailer Shows Off Gamplay Footage, Customization and More

More updates are increasing the anticipation for its rumored launch in 2017. Cuteness apart, it's great to see the world of final fantasy could have its very own plot complete of emotional ups and downs while nevertheless reminiscent of the earlier final fantasy games, according to christiantimes .

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John Glenn, Former Astronaut and U.S. Senator, Dies at 95

Space pioneer and former U.S. senator John Glenn died today at the age of 95, after a brief stay in hospital. NASA also tweeted the loss, posting, "We are saddened by the loss of Sen". His words as he became weightless on reaching orbit were "Zero G, and I feel fine". He also trained pilots and flew missions in the Korean War. While McKeegan could barely fit into the capsule, he attributes his pursuits in the space sciences to men such as Glenn.

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John Glenn, first United States astronaut to orbit Earth, dies aged 95

Glenn, who circled the earth three times, was the the third United States astronaut in space. America has truly lost a great American hero today. " Godspeed, John Glenn ", NASA tweeted immediately after his death was announced. "In 2012, President Obama awarded him the Presidential Medal of Freedom, the highest civilian honor the country can bestow, and he also received the Congressional Gold Medal", Bolden said.

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A true American hero

He had heart-valve replacement surgery in 2014 and a stroke around that time. Statement by President Barack Obama on the Passing of John Glenn:When John Glenn blasted off from Cape Canaveral atop an Atlas rocket in 1962, he lifted the hopes of a nation.

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Demonetisation: Income tax dept conducts survey at Axis Bank branch

The raid took place in Delhi's Chandni Chowk area during which tax sleuths recovered almost Rs 100 crore in old notes. "The bank has zero tolerance towards any deviation on part of any of its employees from the set model code of conduct", a spokesperson said.

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John Glenn, Astronaut and US Senator, Dies at 95

And when his Friendship 7 spacecraft splashed down a few hours later, the first American to orbit the Earth reminded us that with courage and a spirit of discovery there's no limit to the heights we can reach together. space programme. He announced his impending retirement in 1997, 35 years to the day after he became the first American in orbit, saying, "There is still no cure for the common birthday".

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Shaheen: Trump EPA pick signals 'capitulation' to polluters

Environmental groups denounced Trump's choice on Wednesday as a puppet of polluters, with the Sierra Club likening Pruitt's selection as EPA administrator to "putting an arsonist in charge of fighting fires". "I applaud President-elect Trump and his team for choosing Scott Pruitt to lead the Environmental Protection Agency". Olson, a Texas Republican who serves as chairman of the House of Representatives' Energy and Commerce subcommittee on energy and power, asserted that the EPA and ...

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10 things to know about John Glenn, who has died at 95

He was the last survivor of the original Mercury 7 astronauts. A compilation of details, facts, and events not just of a public servant, but of an American Hero. was born July 18, 1921, in Cambridge, Ohio to mother Teresa Sproat Glenn and father John Herschel Glenn Sr. After Korea, Glenn became a test pilot, setting a transcontinental speed record from Los Angeles to NY in 1957.

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Raiders pass rusher Khalil Mack steps up production

Buffalo's first scoring drive in the third quarter was a quick one, due in large part to a 54-yard run from LeSean McCoy. Even if the Raiders manage to keep McCoy under control, quarterback Tyrod Taylor is also risky with 423 yards rushing and a 6.3 average.

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'Climate Denier' Trump May Now Be 'Thinking About the Issue'

The problem, of course, is that Ivanka Trump is supposed to be running the family business, acting as an outside control ensuring that there's at least something of a firewall between the actions of the president-elect and the effects on his pocketbook.

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Voter Identification Bills Pass Through House

Senate Bill 853, which would prohibit plastic bag bans or fees in MI, was passed by the state's House of Representatives with a 62-46 vote on December 1, as reported by MLive . Stay tuned as Republicans continue to steamroll over labor, schools & teachers, voting rights, and numerous other things most MI residents hold dear, all in their ongoing successful effort to kneecap their opposition and consolidate their power.

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Trump's EPA pick will face stiff opposition

In that statement , Trump said the EPA has pursued "an out-of-control anti-energy agenda that has destroyed millions of jobs", and that Pruitt "will reverse this trend and restore the EPA's essential mission of keeping our air and our water clean and safe".

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Microsoft's Creators Update Features Stronger IT Security and More; What You

Microsoft will soon be rolling out the Windows 10 Creators Update that is created to help out IT administrators manage their business among their enterprise. In addition, Windows Defender Advanced Threat Protection will have access to sensors in the Creators Update operating system to detect "threats that persist only in memory or kernel level exploits".

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Trump Continues Thank-You Tour With NC Rally

The bill would prevent the government from shutting down this weekend and buy several months for the new Congress and incoming Trump administration to wrap up more than $1 trillion worth of unfinished agency budget bills. "It makes flawless sense to put a warfighter in charge of the war fighting ... and we urge Congress to approve his waiver and confirm him immediately", Brian Duffy, the national commander of the Veterans of Foreign Wars, said Monday.

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New Rogue One-Inspired Jackets Just in Time For Winter

With Rogue One set to hit theaters in less than two weeks, Disney held a huge press junket for the film in San Francisco a few days ago. Lucas' approval of Rogue One is interesting and was never guaranteed as he admitted earlier this year that he would have preferred if JJ Abrams had take a different approach with The Force Awakens .

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Tributes flow for American legend John Glenn

Astronaut, public servant, American hero. What made Glenn's trip to space so formidable, however, was not so much the notion that US astronauts could be launched into space atop powerful rockets. senators embroiled in the Lincoln Savings and Keating Five Scandal, accused of improperly intervening two years earlier on behalf of Charles F. Keating, Jr., chairman of the Lincoln Savings and Loan Association.

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Innovation or monopoly? AT&T, Time Warner CEOs defend deal

A simple content partnership should be able to meet that goal. The CEOs of AT&T and Time Warner are telling Congress that the merger of the two media and communications giants will benefit Americans and boost competition in cable, rather than quash it.

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Romney Flip-Flops on Trump: 'He Brings People Together'

Trump a "fraud" and a "phony" who was reckless and unfit for office and who would endanger America and the world. GAYLE KING, CBS NEWS: But do you believe that Kellyanne Conway would not be speaking out so publicly if she thought it would be upsetting to Donald Trump .

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John Glenn's Rocket in Orbit Around Earth Built in San Diego

Thirty-six years later, on October 29, 1998, he made history again when he returned to space at the age of 77 - becoming the oldest astronaut in space. He regularly passed NASA physicals and pressed the space agency to consider the possibility of sending an older person - such as himself - into space for research, particularly on the effects of weightlessness on the elderly.

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Former Pilot and Astronaut John Glenn Dies at 95

Glenn was 95 when he died; he had been hospitalized in an Ohio State University medical center in Columbus since last week. America has lost another hero: John Glenn , at 95. During the 1974 general election, Mahoning delivered Glenn his strongest victory among any county in Ohio. "He'll be in the history books for generations as long as history is written about the United States", said DeWine.

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Jose Mourinho praises Mkhitaryan's "strong mentality" after Zorya win

And 2-0 is how it would end, as Jose Mourinho's side finish second in Group A and progress to the last 32. He has now started three successive games, the others being against West Ham United in the EFL Cup and Everton in the Premier League.

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Cubs Sign Koji Uehara, Per Report

Looking to strengthen the bullpen, the Cubs also traded for right-hander Wade Davis , who had 27 saves last season with the Kansas City Royals . He also has pitched for Texas and Baltimore after starting his career in Japan. He's attractive to the Cubs in large part because of his effectiveness against left-handers (.183 career batting against and.555 OPS vs.208 and.603).

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Samsung wins over Apple in $399 mn patent appeal

Samsung is arguing that those patents only covered one part of the phone so the amount shouldn't be that high. Interestingly, the US Supreme court's ruling has sent this case back to the lower court which represents a major victory for Samsung over its greatest rival in the smartphone industry.

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India's industrial production declines 1.9% in October 2016

Manufacturing as a sector has the highest weight in the Index of Industrial Production (IIP). In an another report, the statistical office announced that the value of new orders in manufacturing fell 3.0 percent annually in October, reversing a 4.0 percent increase in the prior month.

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Facebook investors criticize Andreessen for conflict of interest

Some anxious that the maneuver would lessen the value of their shares. The proposal was controversial, so the board created a special committee to represent shareholders on the matter, composed of Susan Desmond-Hellmann, Erskine Bowles and, of course, Zuckerberg bestie Andreessen.

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Sirius XM Holdings Inc

The original version of this story can be accessed at http://sportsperspectives.com/2016/12/09/sirius-xm-holdings-inc-siri-rating-reiterated-by-btig-research/. Cardinal Health, Inc. (NYSE:CAH) went up 0.87% during trading on 12/08/2016, with the company's shares hitting the price near $71.11. Investors of record on Wednesday, November 9th were paid a $0.01 dividend.

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Donald and Ivanka Trump Met Al Gore to Chat About Climate Change

Gore said that after meeting Ivanka, he met with Trump himself and had productive talks with him. As he campaigned for Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton earlier this year, Gore, who was vice president under Clinton's husband, former President Bill Clinton, warned that Trump would steer the world toward "climate catastrophe" if elected.


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