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N. Korea demolishes nuclear test site as journalists watch
New Haven Register 41 minutes ago
FILE - This May 7, 2018, satellite images provided by DigitalGlobe shows the nuclear test site in Punggye-ri, North Korea. North Korea carried out what it said is the demolition of its nuclear test site Thursday, setting off a series of explosions over several hours in the presence of foreign journalists.The signs read: " North Korea demolishes nuclear test.".

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Trump on 'Fox & Friends': Maybe NFL Players Who Don't Stand for Anthem 'Shouldn't Be in the Country'
Fox News Insidercached 1 hour ago
President Trump said on "Fox & Friends" Thursday he agrees with the NFL's new rule which prohibits players from kneeling on the field during the national anthem. Maybe you shouldn't be in the country," Trump said.

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Trump cancels nuclear summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un
The Washington Post 57 minutes ago
President Trump on Thursday canceled a planned summit next month with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, citing “tremendous anger and open hostility” from the rogue nation in a letter explaining his abrupt decision. The summit had been planned for June 12 in Singapore.

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Memorial Day travel: Times to avoid hitting the road
Fort Worth Star-Telegramcached 2 hours ago
Planning on hitting the road to get out of town for Memorial Day weekend? Just avoid getting on the road late in the afternoon on Thursday or Friday.

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Russian military says had nothing to do with downing of flight MH17: Ifax
Reuterscached 1 hour ago
MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russia's defense ministry said on Thursday it had nothing to do with the downing of a plane over eastern Ukraine in 2014, Interfax news agency reported on Thursday. Dutch prosecutors investigating the disaster said earlier on Thursday that a missile system from the 53rd anti-aircraft brigade of the Russian Armed Forces had been used to shoot down Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17.

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U.S. Investigating Whether Auto Imports Impair National Security
RTTNewscached 1 hour ago
In a move likely to add to concerns about the possibility of a global trade war, the Commerce Department has initiated an investigation into whether imports of automobiles and parts threaten to impair U.S. national security. "There is evidence suggesting that, for decades, imports from abroad have eroded our domestic auto industry," said Secretary Ross.

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US Opens Criminal Probe Into Possible Bitcoin Manipulation
Newsmax.comcached 1 hour ago
Coins prosecutors are examining include Bitcoin and Ether, the people said. Some market participants have alleged that crypto manipulation is rampant.

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Nearly a foot of rain brings flooding to Georgia, more headed to South
ABC Newscached 1 hour ago
Nearly a foot of rain has fallen in parts of west-central Georgia in the past three days, causing significant flooding. And more rain is on the way for the Southeast over the holiday weekend.

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Deutsche Bank axes at least 7,000 jobs in trading retreat
KITCO 3 hours ago
FRANKFURT (Reuters) - Deutsche Bank (DBKGn.DE) is cutting more than 7,000 jobs to reduce costs and restore profitability while maintaining its international reach as its new chief executive seeks to reassure investors and clients. Last month the bank flagged cuts to U.S. bond trading, equities, and its business serving hedge funds.

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China's Tencent: Tech world must tackle privacy concerns
SFGATEcached 1 hour ago
PARIS (AP) - China's biggest tech company says the industry needs to tackle users' privacy concerns and the risks posed by advancing technologies. Lau met Wednesday with French President Emmanuel Macron, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and others at a tech event in Paris.

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Pfizer to pay $23.85 million to resolve U.S. kickbacks case
Reuters 1 hour ago
(Reuters) - Pfizer Inc (PFE.N) has agreed to pay $23.85 million to resolve allegations it illegally paid kickbacks to Medicare patients through a purportedly independent charitable foundation, the U.S. Department of Justice said on Thursday. The accord resolves allegations that Pfizer violated the federal False Claims Act, the Justice Department said.

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New Yorkers to take part in Ireland vote on abortion ban repeal
syracuse.comcached 2 hours ago
Thousands are expected to make the same trip for the abortion referendum. Three years after approving gay marriage, the people of Ireland head to the polls this Friday for a vote on whether to legalize abortion.

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Best Buy starts a streak, as same-store sales soar 7.1 percent
StarTribune.comcached 2 hours ago
So it forecast comparable store sales to grow 3 to 4 percent. Best Buy's momentum coming off a blockbuster holiday continued this spring as its comparable-store sales rose an impressive 7.1 percent.

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AP Interview: Halep hoping for 1st Grand Slam title in Paris
The Macon Telegraph 3 hours ago
Halep arrives in Paris with 9-3 record on clay. "It gives me confidence for sure," Halep said.

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California's Heavy-Handed Plan to Regulate the Self-Driving Car Biz
WIRED 2 hours ago
The commercialization of self-driving tech is nigh. How should you regulate a technology that's not “finished,” and never will be?

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Facebook will push privacy alert to users worldwide
Channel4000 2 hours ago
SAN FRANCISCO (CNNMoney) - Facebook's latest push to educate users about privacy will be unavoidable. Facebook is voluntarily rolling out similar changes in the US and other countries.

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Former spy's daughter breaks silence
The Japan Newscached 1 hour ago
The Associated Press LONDON (AP) - Yulia Skripal, who was poisoned with her former spy father in a nerve agent attack, said Wednesday her recovery has been “slow and painful,” and that she hopes to return to her home in Russia someday. Yulia, 33, was discharged from the hospital in April, and her father last week.

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'Detroit: Become Human' for PS4 is getting great reviews
Detroit Free Press 2 hours ago
"Detroit: Become Human" is hyped as a gaming experience unlike any other. "Quantic Dream surpasses everything it has done before with Detroit: Become Human.

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Nancy Pelosi Challenged on Infamous 'Crumbs' Remark, Collusion Evidence at Town Hall
Fox News Insidercached 45 minutes ago
House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi was confronted at a CNN town hall event Wednesday night on her "crumbs" remark and on the public evidence of Trump-Russia collusion. Pelosi (D-Calif.) made headlines and drew criticism from members of her own party earlier this year when she claimed benefits from the Republicans' tax cuts were mere "crumbs" compared to the huge sums for corporations.

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Las Vegas Casino Strike Would Have Far-reaching Effect
Newsmax.comcached 1 hour ago
What happens in Las Vegas could have a ripple effect across the country if 50,000 casino-hotel workers employed at more than 30 of the city's world-famous resorts go on strike at any time starting next week. But the strike is a lingering worry for those still planning summer vacations.

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Remember, it takes two co-workers to butt heads
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I have a young co-worker who is very immature. We butt heads over the most trivial and stupid things.

Acing your first week on a new job
The Seattle Times The Seattle Times 40 minutes ago
Answer: It's acing the all-important first week. You likely don't start a new job often enough to get much practice at it.

Major Donor Pulls Funding From University for 'Discriminating' Against Ben Shapiro Lecture
Fox News Insider 41 minutes ago
I believe the treatment of Ben Shapiro was clearly a case of discrimination. University officials cited safety concerns over potential protests.

Romania: Austrian businessman suspected of child pornography
San Antonio Express-News 41 minutes ago
BUCHAREST, Romania (AP) - A Romanian court has ordered that an Austrian businessman suspected of child pornography be placed under house arrest. Mihaela Porime, spokeswoman for the agency that investigates organized crime, told The Associated Press Thursday that Dieter Kaas, 67, had been detained in the city of Arad, western Romania.


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