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One of the Workhorse drones (called a "horsefly"), which the company is testing. These guidelines matter because, sooner than you may think, drones will be a common sight. Recognizing the need for quick action, the FAA earlier this year established separate registration requirements for all drone users. The FAA's regulations do not require people to register their drones under a certain weight and size if they're used for recreation.
  • IOC member Hickey moved to Rio prison during ticket probe

    IOC member Hickey moved to Rio prison during ticket probe

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    Brazilian police initially said they had discovered evidence linking the 71-year-old, who had headed the OCI since 1988 before temporarily stepping aside on Wednesday, to an global scheme to illegally pass Olympic tickets to touts who were reselling them at well above their original price.
  • Urjit Patel to become 24th Governor of RBI; succeeding Rajan

    Urjit Patel to become 24th Governor of RBI; succeeding Rajan

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    Patel, 52, a Deputy Governor since January 2013 and on a three-year further term since January this year, will take over as the 24th chief of India's central bank on September 4. Dr. Patel has been at the helm of institutionalizing the inflation targeting regime in the monetary policy framework. He is now the Deputy Governor the RBI.
  • BRGS students celebrate

    BRGS students celebrate "record success" at A Level

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    DEC secondary schools adviser Joel Smith said: 'It is hoped that all students will obtain the grades they need but there are always some students who have not done as well as expected, or have done better than expected. Everyone at the college is very proud of this achievement. "Young people have continued to excel despite these challenges which have been compounded for many by the Government's removal of financial support for the most disadvantaged students and its cuts to the system of ...
  • Christie Says He'll Vote to Expand Casinos to Northern New Jersey

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    As the Trump Taj Mahal prepares to close in October, Gov. Chris Christie has come out in full support of a plan to put casinos outside of Atlantic City. Three years later, Christie also introduced a statewide program that lightened penalties for delinquent taxpayers if they were caught up on other overdue payments.
  • Hillary Clinton releases her 2015 tax returns

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    Hillary Clinton will release her 2015 taxes this week, according to a source, a move that her campaign hopes will put pressure on Donald Trump to do the same. Nonetheless, he said, Trump could still disclose how much tax he has paid, how much he has given to charity and other details. Federal tax rates have become an issue in the presidential election.
  • Stocks At Fresh All-Time Highs As US Follows China Rally

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    Specifically, the Shanghai Composite roared to a 2.5% win, amid hopes for additional stimulus after an ugly round of data last week and excitement over the Shenzhen-Hong Kong exchange trading link. Property developers led the rises. The economy, however, grew 0.2% on an annualized basis. The Dow Jones Industrial Average and the broad-based S&P 500 rose 0.4 percent around mid-day in NY as the tech-rich Nasdaq Composite Index advanced almost 0.7 pecent.
  • US stock indexes close at record highs; oil up

    US stock indexes close at record highs; oil up

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    Shares of Macy's soared, up 18.5 percent as of 2.50pm in NY, after the company said it plans to close about 100 so-called full-line stores, out of a total of 728 Macy's stores, including 675 full-line locations. The stock rose $5.40, or 15.7 percent, to $39.34. Investors mostly focused on company earnings from retailers, restaurant chains and other companies.
  • Clintons made $10.6 million in 2015, paid federal rate of 34%

    Clintons made $10.6 million in 2015, paid federal rate of 34%

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    Her tax rate has been above 40% every year since she left the state department in 2013. Democrats repeatedly point to this as evidence of transparency on the part of the power couple. Her husband made money in a similar fashion: about $29,000 from his books, about $5.25 million from speaking engagements, and more than $1.5 million in consulting fees.
  • Trump admits he never saw a nonexistent Iran hostage money video

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    The money was a down payment on a longstanding legal dispute with Iran, according to the White House . "The reason is because we couldn't send them a check and we couldn't wire the money". A day later in ME he said: "A tape was made, you saw that? They don't. This worked", the president said. They want to embarrass - they want to embarrass our president'.
  • Hewlett Packard offers $275 million for Silicon Graphics International

    Hewlett Packard offers $275 million for Silicon Graphics International

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    Hewlett Packard Enterprise Company (NYSE: HPE ) has a Return on Assets (ROA) of 2.9%. He said SGI has been selling products in the high performance computing segment, products with lots of memory and microprocessors. HPE CEO Meg Whitman has been working to turn the company around, including shedding underperforming business units, such as its IT services division.
  • Astros fall to Toronto; Rangers blanked by Detroit

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    Texas used two pitchers in Saturday's 2-0 loss, tying its fewest in any home game this season. On way to the shutout, Fulmer only gave up four hits while striking out nine Rangers batters and walking zero. The Tigers are 16-3 in those starts. But Ausmus has acknowledged the Tigers are counting both innings and pitches with an eye toward limiting Fulmer's workload in 2016.