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And who robs them of hope? Pope Francis today slammed climate change doubters as "stupid" in the wake of a spate of hurricanes that have thrashed the US, Mexico and the Caribbean. "They speak very clearly, scientists are precise". Francis said. "Climate change is seen in its effects, and we all have a moral responsibility in making decisions".
  • Intel's $1.3 Billion Antitrust Fine is Revisited

    Intel's $1.3 Billion Antitrust Fine is Revisited

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    The decision could embolden companies challenging the European Commission , the bloc's antitrust authority, in court over competition decisions-cases the regulator typically wins. Last year, Ireland was ordered to claw back €12bn in unpaid taxes from Apple , with the Commission ruling that the company's arrangements in the country amounted to illegal state aid.
  • USA seeks to cut off oil to North Korea, blacklist Kim Jong

    USA seeks to cut off oil to North Korea, blacklist Kim Jong

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    Rodman has spent time with Kim Jong Un , who he has called a "friend for life", and even held the young dictator's daughter. Rodman said he was not trying to defend Kim and that he was just a "sports ambassador". According to Rodman, those present stood for "15 minutes" clapping for them and chanting "USA, USA... in their language..." Rodman feels he is uniquely suited to bringing peace to the peninsula, given that he also has met Trump, having appeared on his reality TV series, ...
  • Trump coming to North Dakota Wednesday for tax-reform speech

    Trump coming to North Dakota Wednesday for tax-reform speech

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    For example, some corporations - General Electric, Netflix, Xerox - pay no US income taxes many years. The backdrop for President Donald Trump's visit to North Dakota on Wednesday is a refinery that processes up to 74,000 barrels a day of the state's crude oil into gasoline, diesel fuel, jet fuel and more.
  • Facebook: Russia-Linked Accounts Bought $100000 of Political Ads During 2016 Election

    Facebook: Russia-Linked Accounts Bought $100000 of Political Ads During 2016 Election

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    Most noteworthy given the public's intense interest in all things Russian is the fact that potential pro-Kremlin entities apparently purchased as much as $150,000 in political ads on the platform between 2015 and 2017. New policies include limits on news feeds that share stories with consistent clickbait headlines and blocks on pages that repeatedly share fake news stories to advertise.
  • Police 'terrified' after red 'It' balloons tied to sewer grate

    Police 'terrified' after red 'It' balloons tied to sewer grate

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    After the post went viral, the police department chose to take its investigation to another level, having the department's criminal investigative division look into who left the balloons. The department's post ends with the phrase "you'll float too", a tag line from the movie's trailers. The terrifying-looking big screen adaptation of It hits theaters on Friday, September 8, and terror is in the air - specifically in the helium.
  • Fed Vice Chairman Fischer to Step Down

    Fed Vice Chairman Fischer to Step Down

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    Fischer has been a member of the Fed's Board of Governors since May 2014. During his tenure at the Federal Reserve , he served as chairman of the Fed's committee on financial stability and the committee on economic and financial monitoring and research, and represented the Fed at global regulatory gatherings.
  • Cameroon will do everything possible to defeat Nigeria, says Sebastien Siani

    Cameroon will do everything possible to defeat Nigeria, says Sebastien Siani

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    Both teams face off in double headers this qualifying round. Nigeria will play Cameroon in Yaounde in a day-four encounter of the 2018 FIFA World Cup Africa qualifying race. "We must fight hard for every ball for the 90 minutes". Coach Gernot Rohr must be reminded that in the qualifiers for the World Cup in Italy in I990, the Super Eagles needed to avoid defeat in the same stadium to qualify but succumbed to a 1-0 defeat, which automatically denied them the ticket.
  • Jim Mattis refutes claims over differences with Donald Trump on North Korea

    Jim Mattis refutes claims over differences with Donald Trump on North Korea

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    The U.S. and South Korean warplanes then flew across the Korean Peninsula and participated in the live-fire training before returning to their respective home stations, according to the Pacific Command. The Security Council demanded North Korea not to proceed with any further launches using ballistic missile technology and comply with relevant Security Council resolutions, said the statement, which was released after closed-door consultations by council members.
  • Georgia quarterback Jacob Eason leaves game with 'knee sprain'

    Georgia quarterback Jacob Eason leaves game with 'knee sprain'

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    Eason had no time to get comfortable. Fromm completed his first career touchdown pass to Javon Wims to give the Dawgs a 14-0 lead in the second quarter. He also made 57 tackles. But the offensive line quickly quieted the "haters". A key matchup will be the ability of Georgia's running game to push the chains against a tough Appalachian State run defense.
  • Firefighters battle flames near major Los Angeles freeway

    Firefighters battle flames near major Los Angeles freeway

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    According to the Los Angeles Fire Department spokesman, Erik Scott, police officers realized on Saturday morning that the wildfire had taken more than 5,000 acres, and had to evacuate people from Haven Way, Joaquin Drive, Olney Place, Remy Place, Mystic View Place and View Crest Drive.