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The warning from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention covers all types of romaine lettuce from in and around Yuma, Arizona. If you can not confirm where it was grown, do not eat it. State and local health officials are continuing to interview sick people to ask about the foods they ate and other exposures before they became ill.
  • United States oil inventories drop on strong demand

    United States oil inventories drop on strong demand

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    The West Texas Intermediate (WTI) for May delivery increased 1.95 USA dollars to settle at 68.47 dollars a barrel on the New York Mercantile Exchange, while Brent crude for June delivery added 1.9 dollars to close at 73.48 dollars a barrel on the London ICE Futures Exchange.
  • Immigrants 1, Trump 0: Supreme Court shoots down felon deportation law

    Immigrants 1, Trump 0: Supreme Court shoots down felon deportation law

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    The opinion of the Court found that the rule had been too vague, rendering it unconstitutional in their decision. The 5-4 ruling handed the Trump administration a loss on a signature issue. The government appealed to the Supreme Court, which first heard arguments in the case in January 2017 but was unable to resolve the matter and instead ordered it to be re-argued this term.
  • Sandy Hook parents sue right-wing radio host Alex Jones for defamation

    Sandy Hook parents sue right-wing radio host Alex Jones for defamation

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    Jones did not respond to a request by News 8 seeking comment. Leonard Pozner and Veronique De La Rosa , whose six-year-old son died at Sandy Hook, launched their suit in Jones' home state of Texas . "This heartless and vile act of defamation re-ignited the Sandy Hook 'false flag conspiracy and tore open the emotional wounds that Plaintiff has tried so desperately to heal".
  • Starbucks plans afternoon of racial bias training

    Starbucks plans afternoon of racial bias training

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    Ross additionally said that the police did not wish to make the arrest after being called to the store by a Starbucks employee. On Thursday, at about 4:37 p.m.at a Philadelphia Starbucks at the corner of 18th and Spruce streets, a female employee called police to report "two gentlemen in my cafe that are refusing to make a purchase or leave", according to the 911 call, which was released Tuesday.
  • Tax Day 2018: Deals and last minute filing

    Tax Day 2018: Deals and last minute filing

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    Tax Day is finally here, albeit two days later than normal. Sonic Drive-In: Half-price cheeseburgers . Every Tax Day, Sonny's offers its "IRS" - Irresistible Rib Special. Online food ordering service Bite Squad is offering 7.5 percent off orders on Tuesday. Customers can use the code " TAXDAY18 " when ordering online and receive $4 off any $10 purchase.
  • Consequences of military action in Syria

    Consequences of military action in Syria

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    Putin, in his condemnation Saturday of the airstrikes, called for an emergency U.N. Security Council session and described the assault as the latest in two decades of American-led interventions that, in the Kremlin's telling, have unwound the worldwide order.
  • Starbucks Issues Apology Over Philadelphia Store Arrests

    Starbucks Issues Apology Over Philadelphia Store Arrests

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    Police Commissioner Ross disclosed an incident where one of his sergeants, who was not a Starbucks customer, requested to use the restroom at Starbucks , and was refused. " What did they do wrong?" - The CEO of Starbucks has issued his own apology following a controversial arrest at a Philadelphia storefront last week.
  • Active Volume Stock: JPMorgan Chase & Co. (NYSE:JPM)

    Active Volume Stock: JPMorgan Chase & Co. (NYSE:JPM)

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    JPMorgan Chase (NYSE: JPM ) last released its quarterly earnings results on Friday, April 13th. JPM outperformed by 12.44% the S&P 500 . (JPM) by 7.76% based on its latest 2017Q4 regulatory filing with the SEC. The stock was sold at an average price of $112.33, for a total transaction of $1,991,498.57. JPMorgan Chase accounts for about 1.4% of Westpac Banking Corp's portfolio, making the stock its 5th largest position.
  • A Man Tried to Impress Taylor Swift After Robbing Bank

    A Man Tried to Impress Taylor Swift After Robbing Bank

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    Bruce Rowley , of Derby, Connecticut , has been charged with robbing a bank in Ansonia , Connecticut , on April 4. Connecticut State Police jumped in deploying drop sticks to disable Rowley's jeep. " It seemed he wanted to propose to her ", Ansonia Police spokesman Lt. Patrick Lynch told the Hartford Courant . In 2014, Swift also sought a restraining order against a man, Timothy Sweet, who has been stalking her since January 2011.
  • Sizzling stock Alert- Netflix, Inc. (NFLX)

    Sizzling stock Alert- Netflix, Inc. (NFLX)

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    The active investment managers in our database now hold: 15.17 million shares, up from 14.52 million shares in 2017Q3. On the other hand, the P/B rate went up to 1.43. After $0.21 actual EPS reported by World Wrestling Entertainment, Inc. for the previous quarter, Wall Street now forecasts -52.38% negative EPS growth.
  • Launching Uber Movement in Toronto

    Launching Uber Movement in Toronto

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    The company just completed a deal to acquire acquired bike-sharing service Jump. Uber earlier this week announced its acquisition of dockless bike-sharing service Jump . Uber has signed a partnership agreement with Masabi , a transit ticketing firm that has contracts with transit agencies in NY and Boston, among others.
  • Loss making Deutsche Bank changes CEO to change image

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    Deutsche Bank has expelled its British-conceived CEO John Cryan in the midst of proceeded with misfortunes at Germany's greatest loan specialist. "The Supervisory Board is convinced that he and his team will be able to successfully lead Deutsche Bank into a new era ", Achleitner said .
  • Is the gender pay debate misleading?

    Is the gender pay debate misleading?

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    According to Pew Research, African American women on average earn only 66 cents and Latinas on average earn only 60 cents for every dollar earned by white, non-Hispanic men. Holding an "unequal" bake sale: This is a fun and interactive way to create awareness about gender pay gap. Yet, Miller referred to Starbucks, which on March 21, announced it had reached 100 percent pay equity for partners of all genders and races performing similar work across the United States.
  • Kimi Raikkonen's auto hits Ferrari mechanic after tire change

    Kimi Raikkonen's auto hits Ferrari mechanic after tire change

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    Ferrari's German driver Sebastian Vettel celebrates after winning the Bahrain Formula One Grand Prix at the Sakhir circuit in Manama . Daniel Ricciardo initially held on to fourth place. In fact, Raikkonen faced a similar pit issue in Friday's free practice. Hass Ferrari's Kevin Magnussen came in fifth, followed by Niko Hulkenberg for Renault in sixth.
  • Offense shut down again in 3-0 loss to Chicago Cubs

    Offense shut down again in 3-0 loss to Chicago Cubs

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    Monday: The Chicago Cubs have rescheduled their home opener to Tuesday because of a steady snowfall over Wrigley Field . CBS 2's Roseanne Tellez and Cubs mascot Clark had some fun with the snow early Monday, having a snowball fight at "Gallagher Way", the newly renamed plaza outside Wrigley Field.
  • Anthony Rizzo may not play in Cubs home opener

    Anthony Rizzo may not play in Cubs home opener

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    Albert Adriano and Badung Lizama, who both had singles, scored the runs in the sixth inning for the Cubs , who dropped their fifth straight game. The Milwaukee Brewers bats were silent Saturday but it was the late inning relief pitching that proved to be costly. He's not expected to need a disabled list stint but the injury is serious enough for him to be held out today.
  • USA crude oil inventories decrease in past week

    USA crude oil inventories decrease in past week

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    Prices pared losses after the Energy Information Administration released data showing USA crude inventories USOILC=ECI fell by 4.6 million barrels in the latest week. Traders were looking for a draw of 1.26 million barrels. Rising U.S. oil output is being overshadowed by geopolitical concerns, however, particularly the uncertainty over the U.S.
  • Gun Store Employee Says YouTube Shooter Did Not Stand Out

    Gun Store Employee Says YouTube Shooter Did Not Stand Out

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    Aghdam was angry at Youtube because they had demonetized all the videos that she posted. She fatally shot herself. "Although no words can describe our deep pain for this tragedy, our family would like to express their utmost regret for what happened to innocent victims".
  • A careful Technical Snap of Stock: Facebook, Inc. (FB)

    A careful Technical Snap of Stock: Facebook, Inc. (FB)

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    City stated it has 0.9% in Facebook, Inc . It is positive, as 57 investors sold FB shares while 621 reduced holdings. Us Bancshares De stated it has 0.4% in Facebook, Inc . On Tuesday, January 16 the rating was maintained by Needham with "Buy". The firm has "Buy" rating given on Wednesday, October 11 by Credit Suisse. Stifel Nicolaus maintained the stock with "Hold" rating in Thursday , March 22 report.
  • How much sugar does your glass really contain?

    How much sugar does your glass really contain?

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    While it is unclear how this will affect supermarket prices, Wetherspoon chairman Tim Martin said soft drinks prices at the pub chain will cost around 10p more than before. Famously sugary Scottish pop Irn-Bru will cut sugar from 10.3g to 4.7g per 100ml. The vast majority of our drinkers want to consume less sugar so that's what we're now offering.
  • US, China step up trade war

    US, China step up trade war

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    The Dow Jones industrial average advanced 1 percent to 24,264.30. Household goods makers, retailers and homebuilders led the way while technology companies reversed some early losses. He said that will stir up political pressure against the trade sanctions . The White House also indicated to toughen stance against Beijing by going ahead with the proposal to impose 25 per cent import duty on more than 1,300 Chinese products.
  • Trump conjures a new immigrant rape epidemic

    Trump conjures a new immigrant rape epidemic

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    The president as an alternative launched right into a freewheeling riff on a number of unrelated matters, together with prolonged remarks on unlawful immigration during which he hearkened again to controversial and unsubstantiated feedback he made on the marketing campaign path in 2015 when he stated: "when Mexico sends its individuals, they are not sending their finest".
  • China Tariffs Weigh On Stocks Early, But Indexes Reverse Sharply Higher

    China Tariffs Weigh On Stocks Early, But Indexes Reverse Sharply Higher

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    Amazon fell 5.2 percent following broadsides from Trump on Twitter . The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 458.92 points, or 1.9 per cent, to end at 23,644.19 after dipping below its 200-day moving average. Beijing responded to Trump's steel and aluminum tariffs on Monday by following through on its threat to impose tariffs on $3 billion of USA imports. The Dow moved higher as gains in shares of Nike and those of Johnson & Johnson, recently up 2.9 percent and 2.2 percent ...