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  • A look at Trump's immigrations plans by the numbers

    Trump's campaign was also highly anti-Muslim in nature. Some say that Trump's focus on criminals is similar to Obama's priorities, while others say Trump's plan is starkly different. But perhaps of more concern are reports of increasing numbers of alleged hate crimes: violent rhetoric directed at ethnic minorities, swastikas spray-painted on cars, hijabs grabbed from Muslim women's heads, and worse.

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  • US Stocks Touch Record High on Monday

    US Stocks Touch Record High on Monday

    The financial index rose 1.8 percent, with Goldman Sachs and JPMorgan providing the biggest boost. About 8.4 billion stocks changed hands on USA exchanges, lighter than Monday's volume but well above the 7.8 billion average for the last 20 sessions.

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  • Teva earnings beat estimates

    Teva earnings beat estimates

    Stock has got outperform rating from 3 analysts of Thomson Reuters whereas 6 analysts given hold rating to the stock. Ten equities research analysts have rated the stock with a hold rating, eighteen have assigned a buy rating and one has assigned a strong buy rating to the company.

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  • How one trader cashed in on Alibaba ahead of Singles Day

    Thirty-thousand brands from 25 different countries sold items on Alibaba's multiple online marketplaces and 120,000 orders were made every minute a year ago. According to Internet industry research agency iResearch, China's online shopping market's sales are up by 27.6 percent from the same period a year ago.

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  • Marquez: This is strongest Mexico I've seen

    The match will be played in OH, a key "swing" state won by Trump. With the next president of the United States famously planning to build a wall on the US-Mexican border, this match between neighboring countries has become far more political.

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  • Oil Prices Firm despite Trump Victory

    OPEC oil output now stands at 33.83 mb/d in October, rising 230kb/d from the month prior, and 1.3mb/d from the previous year. "This means that 2017 could be another year of relentless global supply growth similar to that seen in 2016", IEA said.

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  • Obama rebukes supporters for shouting down Trump protester

    Obama rebukes supporters for shouting down Trump protester

    The revelation has put Democrats on the defensive, at least briefly, and hurt Clinton's plans to promote a positive message over the campaign's final week. Capitol in January. Perhaps the most significant evidence that the glass is half-empty, however, has come from Clinton herself. "That's it for me", Stafford said.

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  • DHS 'concerned' about cyber-related election confusion

    The Post's sources say officials fear there could be Russian interference on Election Day itself, and the Department of Homeland Security has already detected what appear to be Russian efforts to scan voter databases. "States ensure that voting machines are not connected to the Internet, and there are numerous checks and balances as well as extensive oversight at multiple levels built into our election process".

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  • Hollande vows to clear out Paris migrant camp

    There has been a big increase in the number of migrants living rough in Paris , possibly linked to the closure of Calais's so-called "Jungle" camp, officials and social workers say. Some will presumably be biding their time in the capital to see whether the Calais route to the United Kingdom might become feasible once again, our correspondents says.

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  • Black Friday 2016 Watch: Most Consumers Oppose Thanksgiving Shopping

    Accordingly, shoppers should be patient and wait until Black Friday (Nov. 25) to make an electronics purchase. This year's Cyber Monday to surpass Thanksgiving and Black Friday 2016 sales, combined. About 40-percent of Americans says that they will be shopping online on Cyber Monday this year as opposed to 39-percent who indicated that they plan on heading to the location stores for Black Friday 2016.

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  • Donald Trump launches attack on First Lady Michelle Obama

    Donald Trump launches attack on First Lady Michelle Obama

    Smith Memorial Foundation Dinner, . "What began as the expected ribbing of candidates in the midst of a presidential campaign turned to boos as Donald Trump described Hillary Clinton as "corrupt" and delved into some WikiLeaks-based jokes that sounded more like something you'd hear at a Trump rally rather than an annual dinner hosted by the Archdiocese of NY", they wrote.

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  • Chip maker Qualcomm buying NXP Semiconductors in $47B deal

    Qualcomm on Thursday agreed to acquire Netherland's-based chip maker NXP in a transaction worth $47 billion (€42.96 billion). The equity value of the deal is $37.88 billion, according to Reuters calculations based on the company's 344.4 million diluted shares as of October 2.

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  • Tata Group shares bounce back after three days

    The board has actually not stated openly why it got rid of Mistry from the post late on Monday, and Tata decreased to talk about the letter, which brought Tuesday's date. In the last three years Tata Sons' investment income grew at a CAGR of 13.1 per cent, almost half the annual growth of 25.2 per cent during FY10-13. "In response to the recent media reports , Tata Steel would like to clarify that it continues to pursue its European consolidation strategy and the talks with thyssenkrupp AG ...

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  • US Coast Guard in Hawaii searching for Chinese mariner

    Mr Guo was trying to break the current speed record for his journey, which is 21 days. "It was pretty frustrating not to find him, not to hear him", Lt. Rescuers had lowered the mainsail and marked the boat and a broadcast was sent to other mariners to avoid the sailboat. Molle says Guo's racing vessel has an automatic identification system that showed it was 620 miles northwest of Oahu.

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  • Protest paralyzes NY-New Jersey bridge; drivers outraged

    Protest paralyzes NY-New Jersey bridge; drivers outraged

    Traffic cameras showed bumper-to-bumper traffic barely inching along. The eastbound upper level of the bridge was closed for about 15 minutes. At one point, it appeared that frustrated drivers got into a physical altercation with some of the protesters as police responded to the scene.

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  • Severstal Sees 'Significant' Drop in Coal Price in 2 Months

    Severstal Sees 'Significant' Drop in Coal Price in 2 Months

    The price of both thermal and coking coal gained again on Monday with the Australian export benchmark shrugging off news that Beijing will further relax restrictions on some domestic miners to meet winter demand. Total volume on Monday for the January future was 1.3 million contracts, equivalent to 130 million tonnes of coal, an all-time high and up more than 35 percent from Friday.

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  • A Man Is Being Harassed And Stalked For Criticizing Yoga Pants

    A Man Is Being Harassed And Stalked For Criticizing Yoga Pants

    The letter prompted a group of 300 local women to create the " Yoga Pants Parade ", put on their yoga pants and walk past Allan Sorrentino's home. Sorrentino would later say that his piece was meant to be satirical, and he thought it would be a welcome break from the heated discourse surrounding the USA presidential election.

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  • Trump brand loses luster with affluent

    Trump brand loses luster with affluent

    The hotel magnate turned presidential candidate announced through a company CEO that his new foray into luxury hotels for millennial travelers won't have the Trump name , as all of his other businesses do. About 46% of those surveyed said the number of clients asking not to stay in Trump-branded properties increased after the tape surfaced. The brand new Trump International in Washington DC has already cut its room rates , and was the only hotel with available rooms for the recent ...

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  • May under pressure as runway decision looms

    Downing Street is said to have confirmed a cabinet sub-committee for aiprorts will make the decision, which was initially expected to be made this week. Heathrow expansion also faces opposition from lawmakers in residential west London, where hundreds of homes would have to be demolished to accommodate a third runway.

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  • Josh Brown placed on the Commissioner's exempt list

    Brown will be paid his full salary while on the exempt list . Charges were dropped, but Brown's story exploded this week when it was discovered in newly public police records that his-then wife said she had to deal with his abuse more than 20 times over the years.

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  • NM lost 4200 jobs in September

    It dropped from 3.9 percent in August and remains far lower than the national rate of 5 percent. The increase in total employment combined with the increase in the labor force caused the number of unemployed to decline 4,600 and the unemployment rate to decrease to 3.6 percent.

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  • Voter registration deadline extended for parts of North Carolina

    WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. North Carolina's Democratic Party has sued the state's election board in an effort to extend the voter registration deadline there for at least five days, WRAL.com reported on Friday. Strach decided earlier this week to keep the Friday deadline, but told county boards to accept registration applications mailed to them until Wednesday afternoon as long as the applications were dated Friday.

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  • Obama's half brother to attend presidential debate as Trump's guest

    Oh, that's wonderful. Well, if they are going to vote for me, we'll think about it, right. Mr Obama delivered his biting rebuke at the White House, where he hosted Italy's Prime Minister Matteo Renzi for a state visit. Why would the Republican leaders deny this? The courts rejected some of the legislations, which were perceived to have been created to stop minorities from voting.

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  • Elon Musk says all Tesla models will come with self-driving hardware

    Tesla's future cars will have eight cameras instead of the single one now on the vehicles running the less-sophisticated Autopilot system. When it's all said and done, Elon Musk and Co believe their cars will be able to detect objects at almost twice the distance of the original system, and the improved radar processing will allow their cars to "see" through dense objects like rain, fog, and even other automobiles.

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