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Two Maxmillions prizes, worth $500,000 each, were sold in Toronto and Sault Ste. Therefore, the next jackpot, Friday, June 1, will rise to $ 110 million, including a jackpot of $ 60 million and 50 Maxmillions. Ontario Lottery and Gaming (OLG) logo. There's a record-setting jackpot up for grabs in Friday's Lotto Max draw . For each $5 play, LOTTO MAX players receive three sets of seven numbers ranging from one to 49.
  • Washington still sending planning team to Singapore: White House

    Washington still sending planning team to Singapore: White House

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    Moon was blindsided by Trump's decision to abruptly announce he was canceling the summit, less than a day after returning from a meeting in the Oval Office. In a letter Thursday that aides say the president personally dictated, Trump told Kim he chose to cancel the meeting due to North Korea's " tremendous anger and open hostility ".
  • Oil falls below $70 as Saudi Arabia sees oil supply increase

    Oil falls below $70 as Saudi Arabia sees oil supply increase

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    Oil fell below $70 a barrel in NY for the first time in two weeks as Saudi Arabia said it expects OPEC and its partners to increase supplies later this year, easing some of the restraint they've shown since early 2017. The JTC meeting precedes the producers' main gathering next month in Vienna, where they will evaluate the results of output cuts they've been making since January 2017.
  • Opec, allies likely to ease output as oil hits $80

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    According to the news agency, while the energy ministers of these countries met and discussed an output increase of about 1mbd, Brent crude futures were down by $1.77 at $77.02 a barrel yesterday, having hit their highest since late 2014. But Russia, in particular, has shown eagerness to end the production cuts, with energy minister Alexander Novak saying on Thursday that restrictions on oil production could be eased "softly" if OPEC and non-OPEC countries see the oil market balancing in June.
  • Uber's Self-Driving Vehicles Rely on Humans to Brake in Emergencies

    Uber's Self-Driving Vehicles Rely on Humans to Brake in Emergencies

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    Not only has the Arizona testing programme closed, the United States National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) has published its findings on the crash, with the results likely to set Uber's efforts back considerably... That's not to say the case is leaning toward blaming Herzberg. The SUV was traveling at 43 miles per hour at the time. Uber's computer-vision software initially classified her as an unknown object, then as another vehicle, before deciding she was actually a bicycle ...
  • Trump Calls Dodd-Frank Rollback An 'Unprecedented Economic Comeback'

    Trump Calls Dodd-Frank Rollback An 'Unprecedented Economic Comeback'

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    The bill would raise the threshold by which a bank is considered systemically significant, and subject to stricter oversight, to $250 billion from $50 billion. "What those regulations did is it helped protect against further financial collapse and put some protections in place so the big banks weren't taking too many risky bets with our hard-earned money".
  • Elon Musk to Crusade for Pravda

    Elon Musk to Crusade for Pravda

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    Furious over the bad press his electric auto manufacturing plant has received, Tesla CEO Elon Musk on Wednesday night threatened to start a Yelp-like service for people to rate journalists and editors on credibility. "Problem is", he said, "journos are under constant pressure to get max clicks & earn advertising dollars or get fired". "It is unusual that big auto companies literally have thousands more factory injuries than Tesla & millions more auto deaths, but somehow get less coverage".
  • Service dog gives birth to 8 puppies at Florida airport gate

    Service dog gives birth to 8 puppies at Florida airport gate

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    Tampa Fire and Rescue was called to the airport and helped deliver the puppies. The little doggies' daddy "Nugget" was also there for the big event. She said they knew Eleanor Rigby was pregnant, but believed the excitement of being in the airport around so many new people may have triggered the early birth.
  • Korean leaders meet in surprise summit

    Korean leaders meet in surprise summit

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    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi told reporters that the cancelled summit was "a good thing for Kim Jong-un". Mr Trump said he had been "very much looking forward" to meeting Mr Kim. Under the Trump administration, the Central Intelligence Agency, where Mr Pompeo served as director before becoming secretary of state, has taken an unusually prominent role in back-channel negotiations.
  • Massive lay-offs! Deutsche Bank plans to slash over 10,000 jobs worldwide

    Massive lay-offs! Deutsche Bank plans to slash over 10,000 jobs worldwide

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    It had flagged cuts to U.S. bond trading, equities, and the business that serves hedge funds. Mr Sewing said the bank was committed to its worldwide investment banking operations but must "concentrate on what we truly do well". "We view this as confirmation of our view that drastic but necessary restructuring is impossible at this stage", KBW wrote. "We would have liked to see concrete announcements at today's shareholder meeting", he told Reuters.
  • Fiat Chrysler warns 5.3M owners: Don't use the cruise

    Fiat Chrysler warns 5.3M owners: Don't use the cruise

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    When a auto is traveling uphill with cruise control enabled, the system automatically accelerators to maintain the speed that has been set. Fiat Chrysler is recalling more than 5.3 million vehicles in the U.S., Canada and elsewhere because in rare but terrifying circumstances, drivers may not be able to turn off the cruise control.
  • Feds block Aecon takeover by Chinese state-owned firm over national security

    Feds block Aecon takeover by Chinese state-owned firm over national security

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    The acquisition of Aecon by the Chinese firm had already cleared most hurdles after the deal was backed by Aecon shareholders, and received court approval and clearance from Canada's competition regulator. The company said it was disappointed with the government's decision and will continue to be a leading player in the Canadian construction and infrastructure market.
  • Banned From Amazon: The Shoppers Who Make Too Many Returns

    Banned From Amazon: The Shoppers Who Make Too Many Returns

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    Imagine suddenly being shut off from all Amazon services just because you returned a pair of headphones. "We never take these decisions lightly, but with over 300 million customers around the world, we take action when appropriate". The e-commerce giant - whose self-proclaimed mission is "to be Earth's most customer-centric company" - bans users who cause "a lot of headaches for Amazon", former Amazon policy enforcement investigator Chris McCabe told the Journal .
  • Tesla agrees to settle class action over Autopilot billed as 'safer'

    Tesla agrees to settle class action over Autopilot billed as 'safer'

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    The groups said Tesla's marketing and advertising of its Autopilot feature violate FTC regulations because it is likely to mislead customers into reasonably believing that their vehicles have self-driving or autonomous capabilities. She told police she was looking at her phone and comparing different routes to her destination. "Contrary to the proper use of Autopilot , the driver did not pay attention to the road at all times, did not keep her hands on the steering wheel, and she used ...
  • Body identified as Lucas Hernandez; stepmom held on $250K Bond

    Body identified as Lucas Hernandez; stepmom held on $250K Bond

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    But Ramsay said it was likely the body because Glass took the investigator, David Marshburn of North Carolina, there and because of other information revealed during the investigation. In an interview with police, Marshburn said Glass, the stepmother, led him to the boy's body. A private investigator tells us the body of Lucas Hernandez has been found in an area of heavy police presence in the 9700 block of South Woodlawn in Harvey County.
  • Netflix's Market Value Exceeds Comcast's & Is Close To Surpassing Disney's

    Netflix's Market Value Exceeds Comcast's & Is Close To Surpassing Disney's

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    The market-cap horse race between Netflix and Disney matters because it shows that investors believe Netflix - even though its business is much smaller today - has as much upside going forward as the 94-year-old Walt Disney Co . The Los Gatos, California-based company's shares rose to roughly $354 per share at their peak, pushing Netflix toward a market capitalization of $153 billion.
  • US launches criminal probe into bitcoin price manipulation

    US launches criminal probe into bitcoin price manipulation

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    Another tactic is supposedly " washing ", whereby a network of individuals and groups trade with each other, to give the impression that there is demand in the market for a particular type of digital currency. Earlier this year, the Securities and Exchange Commission launched a broad investigation into bitcoin-like "tokens" that are issued by companies through so-called "initial coin offerings".
  • Tips to save money as gas prices soar

    Tips to save money as gas prices soar

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    Though gas prices have risen recently, almost nine out of 10 people from the Washington region say they will drive at least 50 miles from home this Memorial Day, almost 5 percent more than past year. AAA estimates that 41.5 million Americans will travel this weekend. As the summer deadline nears, producers need to clear their winter fuel inventory, often selling it a discount, said DeHaan of GasBuddy.
  • Elon Musk Ramps Up War With Press, Accuses Media of 'Sugarcoating' Lies

    Elon Musk Ramps Up War With Press, Accuses Media of 'Sugarcoating' Lies

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    Musk's remarks served as a caption for a retweet of a story about a new report from Baird, in which the investment firm told clients that the negative media coverage that has driven Tesla 's stock down for months has just about run out of steam, and with the automaker's production ramp now underway, "shares could appreciate significantly".
  • Crude prices down on reports of possible increase in OPEC production

    Crude prices down on reports of possible increase in OPEC production

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    Analysts polled by S&P Global Platts had forecast a 1.7 million-barrel drop in crude oil stockpiles and a 620,000 barrel decline in gasoline stockpiles. India's oil minister recently expressed his concern about higher prices to his Saudi counterpart Khalid Al-Falih. "During the meeting we will discuss the current situation, the outlook and possible further actions to be taken within the framework of our deal.
  • What are the GDPR compliance requirements for businesses?

    What are the GDPR compliance requirements for businesses?

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    Instead of separate rules in separate nations across Europe , there's now a single set for the entire EU. At the other end of the spectrum 52% of United Kingdom adults hold their personal details extremely close to their chest, refusing to part with them at any price, even to their brand of choice, a proportion which rises to 63% among those aged 55 and over.
  • Malaysia Airlines MH17 downed by Russian missile

    Malaysia Airlines MH17 downed by Russian missile

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    Flight MH17 left Amsterdam's Schiphol Airport on 17 July 2014 and was due to land in Malaysian capital Kuala Lumpur the following day. Detailed analysis of video images has now established that the Buk missile which hit the plane came from a Russian-based military unit.
  • North Korea talks off as Kim Jong Un shows true colors

    North Korea talks off as Kim Jong Un shows true colors

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    Even with the summit's collapse, China must continue to improve ties with North Korea given Kim's pledge not to carry out nuclear and missile tests, China's widely read state-run Global Times tabloid said in an editorial on Friday. The North Korea cave is seen as a big league win for the president, who effectively called their bluff. "So, this unusual lack of judgment, combined with the broken promises over the past weeks, and North Korea's suspension of direct communication with the ...
  • Trump posthumously pardons boxer Jack Johnson, first black heavyweight champ

    Trump posthumously pardons boxer Jack Johnson, first black heavyweight champ

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    But the president first met with Stallone, ex-champion Lennox Lewis and WBC titleholder Deontay Wilder to sign Johnson's pardon. Johnson died in 1946 but his case has been kept alive by his great-great niece and several senators. Cutchins, who hangs a wreath on that pole each year, pointed to the hill across the road where his father, the undertaker, came running in time to hear the wounded champ say , "I'll be all right".
  • Lawmakers: Funding, urgency lacking in Olympic abuse crisis

    Lawmakers: Funding, urgency lacking in Olympic abuse crisis

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    Susanne Lyons , acting chief executive of the U.S. Olympic Committee, said her organization had taken steps to reform the system, including doubling its funding for the U.S. She told lawmakers that SafeSport's funding and staffing are insufficient. Executives with major sport governing bodies, including Indianapolis-based USA Gymnastics, appeared before Congress Wednesday, facing tough questions about their ongoing response to sexual abuse allegations.