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Authorities: Teen slain after leaving mosque, man arrested

She said there was some unspecified "exchange of words" between the girl and Torres leading up to the attack. Police said she was 17, while the county prosecutor's office said she was 16, the Post reported . The boys declined to give their names. ADAMS is Northern Virginia's largest mosque and, with 11 chapters around the District and Northern Virginia, is among the nation s most well-known congregations. Read More

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Amazon To Acquire Whole Foods For $13.7 Billion

Amazon To Acquire Whole Foods For $13.7 Billion

In the fiscal year 2016, the Company had sales of approximately $16 billion and has more than 460 stores in the United States, Canada , and the United Kingdom. Fresh foods are the final frontier for Amazon . Amazon also has been testing automation technology at a Seattle convenience store that's now open only to Amazon employees. Read More

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Court approves Marsh deals to sell 26 grocery stores

Court approves Marsh deals to sell 26 grocery stores

The court filing posted Tuesday says Fishers-based Marsh is seeking court approval to sell 15 stores to Findlay-based Fresh Encounter parent Generative Growth LLC for about $8 million and 11 stores to Kroger Co . Indianapolis attorney Jim Carlberg, who is representing the landlords, voiced his concerns via telephone during the hearing. "We've been provided with no evidence that [Fresh Encounter] can provide adequate assurance of future performance", Carlberg said. Read More

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US consumer prices dip 0.1 percent in May

The Labor Department said on Wednesday its Consumer Price Index dipped 0.1 percent last month after rising 0.2 percent in April. On a yearly basis, inflation rose by 1.9%, recording its smallest increase since November of past year. Here's a key point to keep in mind: One of the main reasons the inflation and retail sales report were lower than expected is because oil has been dropping, and that has been affecting the inflation and sales outlook. Read More

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It's the shipping, stupid: why Opec's output cuts are not working

OPEC's own compliance with the cuts has been questioned, and the producer group said in a report this week that its output rose by 336,000 bpd in May to 32.14 million bpd. "OPEC will therefore have to cut production further next year to ensure that the oil market is not oversupplied". The IEA, a Paris-based body that advises oil-consuming states on energy matters, said in its monthly oil report it expects production in non-OPEC states like the U.S.to grow 700,000 barrels daily this year. Read More

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England draw was one of the 'most emotional games ever' for Strachan

And the former Celtic boss was clearly frustrated as he flung a bottle during an X-rated tantrum. "It looked like we were going to win the game and then like we were going to lose when 2-1 down in stoppage time". "They keep coming back at you", he said. "Whatever anybody thinks about us as a group of players, one thing you can't question is their personality, character and commitment". Read More

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Liberum Capital Reiterates

Liberum Capital Reiterates "Hold" Rating for QinetiQ Group plc (QQ)

It is negative, as 14 investors sold TriMas Corp shares while 49 reduced holdings. The Company is also engaged in the operation of events in the areas of technology, games and entertainment; photography, and creative and field sports. The Company's principal activities consist of property investment, development, management and associated business, focusing on industrial property investments in Continental Europe and the United Kingdom. Read More

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Owner says Three Mile Island plant to shut down in 2019

Owner says Three Mile Island plant to shut down in 2019

Nuclear plants have closed ahead of their licenses expiring in California, Florida, Nebraska, Vermont and Wisconsin, with more set to be decommissioned in the next several years. No nuclear plant that was proposed after the accident has been successfully completed and put into operation in the U.S. And its future seems to hang on whether or not Pennsylvania lawmakers enact policies favorable to the nuclear industry, something officials with Illinois-based Exelon favor, but which have already ... Read More

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Egypt blocks several news sites including Jazeera

Egypt blocks several news sites including Jazeera

Qatar is set to track down and prosecute the perpetrators, officials said in a statement. The falling out is especially awkward for the Gulf Arab states after their leaders met Trump last weekend at a Riyadh summit of Muslim nations meant to showcase solidarity against Sunni armed militant groups and Shi'ite regional adversary Iran. Read More

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Greece looks for debt help after backing further cuts

The European Commission is one of the monitors of Greece's bailout program. "The IMF wants maximum (debt relief) commitment upfront, while others would prefer to be more precise only in 2018", a senior euro zone official said, referring to the end of the third bailout in mid-2018, by which time lenders would have a full view of Greek reform completion and the latest economic data. Read More

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40000-plus AT&T staff threaten to strike Friday

AT&T is also the only telecom company with a major union presence in its wireless business, which the company says makes it harder to compete. The strike is only scheduled to last three days. It's about time we stand up to receive better and affordable healthcare, a fair scheduling policy and overall wage increase. The strike at the nation's largest wireless carrier includes thousands of workers in Pennsylvania and tens of thousands nationwide and follows a warning the union gave the company ... Read More

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Why Cisco Earnings Aren't Good Enough For Investors

Why Cisco Earnings Aren't Good Enough For Investors

The firm earned "Outperform" rating on Friday, November 13 by RBC Capital Markets. (NASDAQ: CSCO ) rating on Friday, April 7. The firm has "Buy" rating given on Tuesday, September 1 by Bernstein. Etrade Cap Lc reported 163,214 shares. Fulton Bank & Trust Na invested in 57,610 shares or 0.15% of the stock. 02/16/2017 - Cisco Systems, Inc . had its " rating reiterated by analysts at Needham & Company. Read More

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Euro at highest level against dollar since Trump election

Euro at highest level against dollar since Trump election

Reports claimed that classified USA information was revealed by U.S President Donald Trump to a Russian diplomat which shook the markets sending the greenback to a fifth day of decline while the euro recorded its highest since November. "It's a combination of earnings and better-than-expected industrial production countered with concerns about future economic data and the fact we continue to see weak retail sales", said Kate Warne, investment strategist at Edward Jones in St. Read More

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After Buying SolarCity, Tesla Became the World's Top Owner of Solar Assets

Rive told Reuters in an interview on Monday that he is keen to start a new business and to spend more time with his family on leaving his role. Rive had served as head of sales and services in Tesla's energy division since previous year. Tesla said the takeover would create a unique energy company that could power both your home and your auto. The sale came as investors anxious about the solar panel installer's debt-fueled growth. Read More

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Before the ax, Comey was pushing Trump-Russia probe harder

Before the ax, Comey was pushing Trump-Russia probe harder

Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) arrives for a news conference at the US Capitol following the firing of Federal Bureau of Investigation Director James Comey by President Donald Trump May 9, 2017 in Washington , DC. Even though Olbermann himself wanted Comey fired, once President Trump made his decision this week, suddenly the failed sportscaster was rooting for Trump's impeachment over the firing. Read More

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Jakarta governor Ahok found guilty of blasphemy

Indonesia, 90 percent of whose 255 million people are Muslim , has a long tradition of pluralistic values and is home to substantial populations of Christians, Muslims and Buddhists. The governor was charged with blasphemy after he made comments last September about the Al Maidah 51 verse of the Quran, regarding whether Muslims can elect a leader of another religion. Read More

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Trump praises Macron for 'big win' in France's election

Macron will now have to prove that he can tackle France's economic malaise by boosting growth and employment - and he may have to do that without a big majority in parliament. While differing on nearly every domestic policy, the two candidates also had very divergent views on foreign policy. Since the first round of the election - in which Macron edged Le Pen by 24 percent to 21.3 percent - the leader of the En Marche! Jean-Claude Juncker, president of the European Commission, told ... Read More

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South African court orders Zuma to explain reason for cabinet reshuffle

South African court orders Zuma to explain reason for cabinet reshuffle

Judge Bashier Vally on Thursday ruled that Zuma must hand over all records explaining the reason why he made changes to 20 positions in his Cabinet at 00:00 on March 30. But the courts would not be able to properly consider an upcoming application by the DA to review the firings without records, the party's advocate Steven Budlender said, relying heavily on the precedent set in the spy tapes matter. Read More

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