• Avengers and Other Super Heroes to Assemble at Disney Parks Worldwide
Avengers and Other Super Heroes to Assemble at Disney Parks Worldwide

Disneyland Resort's preview poster for the upcoming Marvel themed land. After conquering the global box office, the Marvel Cinematic Universe has its sights set on the world of theme parks next: The Avengers and other Marvel characters are coming together for a trio of new experiences at Disney Parks across the world.

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  • Facebook's shares are dropping on Cambridge Analytica allegations
Facebook's shares are dropping on Cambridge Analytica allegations

A data analytics firm backed by Robert Mercer , a hedge fund billionaire and Trump supporter. "It is essential that people can have confidence that their personal data will be protected and used in an appropriate way". Still he said "risks are now enhanced" because of the potential for regulations on how Facebook uses data for advertising and mo...

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  • All you need to know about no-confidence motion
All you need to know about no-confidence motion

The Speaker clarified that No Confidence Motion can be taken up only when the house is in order but certain party MPs continued their protests. The government, meanwhile, has expressed confidence that the notices, even if they are admitted, will be defeated given its strength in Lok Sabha .

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  • Tesla Bulls Beware: Volkswagen Wants to Be the Electric Car King
Tesla Bulls Beware: Volkswagen Wants to Be the Electric Car King

By 2030, VW aims to have around 300 new electrified models, many of which will be based on existing models. Research and development costs in 2017 were dominated by new models along with the electrification of the vehicle portfolio, a more efficient range of engines and digitalization.

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  • Plastic microfibres found in most bottled waters
Plastic microfibres found in most bottled waters

Many types only continue to break down into smaller and smaller particles, until they are not visible to the naked eye. "They have been reported in tap water , beer and many other foods, but I think that people will be surprised that nearly all bottled water appears to be contaminated too".

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  • Trump to Unveil Massive 'Package of Tariffs' Against China
Trump to Unveil Massive 'Package of Tariffs' Against China

The head of the National Retail Federation, whose members include department store chains, grocery stores and other merchants around the world, also raised objections to the tariffs Thursday, calling them a tax on all Americans. While that is not a lot for the economy as a whole, it would be painful for the individual industry. The Trump adm...

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  • Tiger Woods makes strong start at PGA event at Bay Hill
Tiger Woods makes strong start at PGA event at Bay Hill

Tiger Woods catches a ball on the 17th hole during the second round of the Valspar Championship at Innisbrook Resort Copperhead Course March 9, 2018 in Palm Harbor, Florida. "I still got to go through the process of getting myself in position", Woods said. "I hit some attractive shots out there today and I was rolling it really good too", Stenso...

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  • Cryptocurrency Ban: Why is Google Blocking Cryptocurrency, Initial Coin Offering Ads?
Cryptocurrency Ban: Why is Google Blocking Cryptocurrency, Initial Coin Offering Ads?

The move follows the lead from Facebook which announced in January that it would no longer accept crypto advertising. During 2017, Google removed over 3.2 billion ads from its site, which is up from 2016 when the amount was 1.7 billion. Then, it removed over 3.2 billion bad ads previous year. Facebook also emphasized in a blog post that it wa...

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  • Unemployment rate in Albania shrinks
Unemployment rate in Albania shrinks

The number of people classified as unemployed declined to a seasonally adjusted 96,678, the lowest figure since February 2000. Three states set new lows between January 2017 and January 2018: Alabama, 3.7 percent; California, 4.4 percent; ME, 3 percent, and MS, 4.6 percent.

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  • Kansas jobless rate flat from December to January
Kansas jobless rate flat from December to January

The benchmarking is required to meet U.S. Labor Department guidelines. North Carolina's jobless picture has been above the national average most of the previous year. It takes only an hour's work to register a person as employed for the period covered by the unemployment report, which does not distinguish between part-timers and full-timers, or...

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  • Memo: No Tanks, 'Older' Aircraft at Trump's Military Parade
Memo: No Tanks, 'Older' Aircraft at Trump's Military Parade

In a Pentagon memo released to CNN on Friday, the Department of Defense is now moving forward with a plan of a parade. The memo , with Thursday's date, says its objective is to "provide initial guidance for the planning and execution" of a procession that would run from the White House to the Capitol and integrate with the city's annual ...

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  • Waymo launching self-driving truck pilot to Atlanta
Waymo launching self-driving truck pilot to Atlanta

During the pilot, a trained human driver will sit behind the wheel, ready to take over, if necessary. The firm said that the software used to drive the big trucks is the same as that which drives the company's cars; the lorries also use the same suite of sensors that power Waymo's self-driving minivan.

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  • Sydney Airport glitch causes long queues
Sydney Airport glitch causes long queues

Sydney Airport has begun processing passengers after it came to a standstill on Friday morning following "technical issues" that affected two of its terminals. Almost 16 million of those were worldwide passengers, with those from China being one of the major sources of travellers, according to airport figures.

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  • How the markets reacted to Trump's tariffs talk
How the markets reacted to Trump's tariffs talk

Thursday's heavy dose of economic news may be dominated by the Federal Reserve Chief Jerome Powell , as he steps before the Senate Banking Committee for his second day of testimony this week. Over the final seven trading days of the month, the Dow did not move fewer than 164 points in either direction. Shares of the company, which sells dental...

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  • Former Russian Spy Critically Ill After Exposure to Unknown Substance in Britain
Former Russian Spy Critically Ill After Exposure to Unknown Substance in Britain

He was one of four prisoners released by Moscow in 2010 in exchange for 10 USA spies as part of a swap. He was later flown to the UK. We are not asking additional staff to come to site unless contacted directly. The two are still in critical condition and the hospital and a number of locations in Salsbury were cordoned off in relation to the in...

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  • Amazon Wants to Offer Checking Accounts
Amazon Wants to Offer Checking Accounts

Nevertheless, the survey found nearly 1 in 4 consumers said they'd have less trust in Amazon than in a traditional bank, while only 17 percent said they'd trust Amazon more. Now, it may be looking into creating checking accounts, too. The company is trying to bring Amazon Pay to brick-and-mortar stores, the WSJ report said, adding that it i...

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  • Fed's Powell sees 'no evidence' of overheating U.S. economy
Fed's Powell sees 'no evidence' of overheating U.S. economy

The Fed holds its next interest-rate policy setting meeting later this month. US stocks fell on Thursday, dragging the Dow Jones Industrial Average down for the year, after President Donald Trump announced substantial steel and aluminum tariffs .

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  • All Aer Lingus and Ryanair flights cancelled until Saturday
All Aer Lingus and Ryanair flights cancelled until Saturday

It has also cancelled more than 50 flights from Dublin Airport , although some are still scheduled to fly. "We strongly advise all passengers due to travel today continue to check their flight status by using Flight Tracker and avoid travelling to the airport if your flight is cancelled".

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  • ICE won't confirm reported California arrests; says sanctuary cities 'not immune'
ICE won't confirm reported California arrests; says sanctuary cities 'not immune'

ICE did not confirm the Atwater arrests of Sunday morning, but said in a statement more than 150 people who violated federal immigration laws have been arrested in Northern California since Sunday. California became a sanctuary state January 1, barring police in most cases from asking people about their immigration status. When Schaaf was a...

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  • Larger Rise in Stockpiles Than Forecasts Weigh on Oil Prices
Larger Rise in Stockpiles Than Forecasts Weigh on Oil Prices

It will cut off the global shipments along with OPEC-led oil cuts. Oil gained as Libya's crude exports from a key terminal were disrupted and Saudi Arabia pledged that global producers will ease their output curbs without shocking the market.

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  • Police suspect American took train to dump corpse
Police suspect American took train to dump corpse

The arms and legs appeared to have been severed with a sharp knife. The site and others reported that the American had denied any knowledge of what happened to the woman, whose name was not released. Video records from security cameras and other devices showed that Bayraktar went in and out of the Higashinari condominium several times carrying a la...

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  • Trump Administration Maintains It Is Tough on Russian Federation
Trump Administration Maintains It Is Tough on Russian Federation

McFaul went on to question whether Trump had even an inkling of toughness on Russian Federation, accusing the president of " never criticizing Vladimir Putin ", which would obviously be a clear sign of non-toughness. "We ought to expose, what did the Obama administration know and what did they do?" he said. It's time not only to fight back - but ...

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  • BB&T says service outage caused by faulty equipment, not a cyber-attack
BB&T says service outage caused by faulty equipment, not a cyber-attack

If you've incurred any fees or experienced any issues directly related to the outage, BB&T said it "will work with you to address those issues as our systems come back online". Officials say customers can still use their debit, credit and prepaid cards for the time being. We will continue to provide updates here and on http://BBT.com, ” ; t...

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  • UK Jobless Rate Rises Unexpectedly, Wage Growth Steady
UK Jobless Rate Rises Unexpectedly, Wage Growth Steady

However, Norway believes that the marginal change is well within the margin of error. The number of people in employment actually rose by 88,000, more than the 46,000 rise in unemployment, as more people entered the labour market. Unemployment rates are calculated by people who are registered looking for work as a proportion of the working age po...

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  • Venezuela launches its controversial oil-backed cryptocurrency, the petro
Venezuela launches its controversial oil-backed cryptocurrency, the petro

The move is in part created to side-step sanctions by the United States, which past year accused the leftist Maduro government of undermining democracy, and prohibited U.S. Venezuela's opposition won control of the National Assembly in a 2015 landslide vote that was their biggest electoral victory in almost two decades of socialist government.

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  • Ex-Netanyahu spokesman arrested in Israeli corruption probe
Ex-Netanyahu spokesman arrested in Israeli corruption probe

Netanyahu on Monday denied any wrongdoing in the case. "A senior public servant was approached with a proposal to help promote her appointment to the position of attorney general, allegedly in exchange for a future promise by the candidate regarding her future decision in a certain criminal case", the police said in a statement.

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  • Carnival brawl: Over 20 people kicked off cruise ship for violent fight
Carnival brawl: Over 20 people kicked off cruise ship for violent fight

Crew members and security can be seen trying to break up the fight and kicking two men on the ground. Zac claimed the drama between his family and another party began when someone had stepped on a "thong" - the Aussie word for a flip-flop shoe.

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  • US Commerce Department recommends hefty tariffs on steel imports
US Commerce Department recommends hefty tariffs on steel imports

But it's still big breaking news that Ross is recommending that the president impose very large tariffs (and possibly other trade-restricting sanctions) on countries from which we import steel and aluminum products. The findings are part of an investigation into the impact of the oversupply of steel and aluminum, and whether it undermines U.S. nati...

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  • United States stocks close higher for fourth day
United States stocks close higher for fourth day

Energy companies got some relief as oil prices turned higher. "We think we're going to be volatile for a few more trading days at least, as the market sorts out whats really been going on", Haworth said. But it's happened six times in the last seven trading days, and eight times since the market's peak January 26. It owned 18.9 million shares o...

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  • Police Say a Woman Abandoned Her Newborn Baby in an Airport Bathroom
Police Say a Woman Abandoned Her Newborn Baby in an Airport Bathroom

The child is healthy and in the care of the Arizona Department of Child Safety. An airport custodian saw the woman leave the restroom and asked her if she was okay after seeing a pool of blood on the floor. The woman in this CCTV footage arrived at the Tuscon International Airport as an expectant mother, but walked out alone. It's believed sh...

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  • Celebrate National Pizza Day with these deals
Celebrate National Pizza Day with these deals

Take your pepperoni pizza up a notch with Donatos' new Spicy Pepperoni pizza. At BC's Pizza and Beer , 1315 Shaw Ave.in Clovis, you get $5 off large pizzas all day long. And in honor of the day some restaurants, like Pizza Hut and Little Caesars among others, are offering up some freebies and deals. For a limited time, you can get a Dual-L...

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  • Powell Sworn In As New Fed Chief
Powell Sworn In As New Fed Chief

But investors now worry the Fed could raise rates faster than expected because of inflation fears. He has steadily supported Ms Yellen's approach to monetary policy and financial regulation, creating an expectation that he would be unlikely to attempt large or sharp changes in the Fed's course.

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  • Trump rival-turned-friend Steve Wynn suddenly resigns from company
Trump rival-turned-friend Steve Wynn suddenly resigns from company

The board has appointed Matt Maddox, now president of the company, as its new CEO. Morningstar Research analyst Dan Wasiolek wrote that Wynn Resorts' "design quality is unlikely to be affected" by the resignation, in part because its executive bench included 42-year-old President Matthew Maddox , who joined the company in 2002 and was named CE...

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  • Plowing up the statistics on: General Motors Company (NYSE: GM)
Plowing up the statistics on: General Motors Company (NYSE: GM)

OJAKLI ZIAD S also sold $1.06 million worth of Ford Motor Company (NYSE:F) on Monday, September 11. Mutual Of America Management Ltd Liability holds 0.11% or 161,001 shares. 1 US automaker is "not overly concerned about inflation". GM also announced that about 50,000 union factory workers will get $11,750 profit-sharing checks this month, based...

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  • Snap Inc.'s Share Price Soars After Revenue Beats Expectations
Snap Inc.'s Share Price Soars After Revenue Beats Expectations

Its net loss was about $350 million for the quarter ended December 31. Ever since the company behind Snapchat publicly unveiled paperwork with plans for a $20 billion IPO nearly exactly a year ago, concerns have surfaced about Snap's long-term viability.

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  • Best Buy removing CDs this July, keeping vinyl records
Best Buy removing CDs this July, keeping vinyl records

It's issued an ultimatum to music suppliers which will force them to take on all inventory risks for unsold discs. According to newly released numbers from the RIAA, revenue from streaming services accounted for a whopping 62 percent of the total market for the first half of past year, while physical sales, which are comprised of CDs and vinyl ...

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  • Late equaliser costs Real Madrid two more points away to Levante
Late equaliser costs Real Madrid two more points away to Levante

As Cristiano Ronaldo celebrates his 33rd birthday, we look at the seven most iconic moments of his magnanimous career. Number of goals scored from Feb 2nd 2017 onwards. Cristiano Ronaldo of Portugal and Neymar Jr. of Brazil have set both the World and European stage alight with their dazzling skills and goals . But perhaps the most ...

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  • MFs fear inflows could fall by 50% if market mayhem continues
MFs fear inflows could fall by 50% if market mayhem continues

The 30-share Sensex was trading lower by 342.12 points, or 0.98 per cent, at 34,724.63 at 1110 hrs. Here is how it all started. The BSE index opened with a loss of 344.60 points on 34,718.85 and extended it losses hitting the intra-day low of 34,520, within initial 10 minutes of trading.

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  • US stocks dive on rate hike worries
US stocks dive on rate hike worries

The 3 percent yield is looked at as a key threshold that can drive investors out of equities and into bonds. While interest rates are still low by historical standards, meaning borrowing is still relatively cheap for businesses and people, they've been rising more swiftly, and that's what has markets on edge.

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  • Amit Shah 'dials' Chandrababu Naidu, requests him to not take tough decision
Amit Shah 'dials' Chandrababu Naidu, requests him to not take tough decision

Not just the Sena and TDP, some of the BJP's allies in Bihar have also taken to complain that their concerns are being neglected. Meanwhile, BJP National President Amit Shah reported contacted Chandrababu Naidu on phone and advised him against taking any hasty decision.

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