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The investigation found that, two days before Gov. Snyder acknowledged the Flint water crisis, Richard Baird, a top Snyder aide, had contacted Home Depot board member J. The government must now deliver bottled water to their homes. Lawson said state officials must file a progress report by December 16 showing compliance with the order.
  • Utah police ID officer fatally struck by car

    Utah police ID officer fatally struck by car

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    The three suspects are in custody, according to police in the Salt Lake City suburb of West Valley City. The investigation started in West Valley City, and the male officer was killed in nearby Taylorsville, Vainuku said. After hitting Brotherson, the vehicle went off the road and came to rest a short distance away. Responding officers immediately called for medical assistance to attend to Brotherson, to no avail.
  • Clinton aims high, Trump goes hard in closing push

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    Then he turned to the watchword of the day: "It's time", Ryan said, "to come home and get out and vote". Julie Mast of Holland , a 61-year-old accountant who lined up early to see Pence, said she likes that Trump is an outsider "who's not influenced by the machine" in Washington, D.C.
  • Obama Says Black Turnout

    Obama Says Black Turnout "Not as Solid as it Needs to Be"

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    Working in Clinton's favor even if her share of the black vote declines is the fact that she has built a political coalition different from Obama's. "Asian-Americans voting disproportionately", Clinton campaign manager John Podesta said on "Meet the Press".
  • Remains found in East Texas believed to missing girl, 10

    Remains found in East Texas believed to missing girl, 10

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    Smith County Sheriff Larry Smith says no arrests have been made at this time. Kayla's remains were discovered Saturday night in a well off Old Jacksonville Highway in Tyler, KETK reports . Texas Department of Transportation electronic message boards are displaying information about the alert on roadways across the region. Authorities say they will provide more details at a news conference, Sunday morning.
  • Green's £350m pensions offer refused

    Green's £350m pensions offer refused

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    At the last valuation the BHS pension scheme deficit stood at between £300 million and £571 million. The retail magnate, who spent the summer on a £100m yacht, has repeatedly said that he is working on a deal and is in negotiations with the regulator.
  • Boeing, Airbus trade barbs as China competition heats up

    Boeing, Airbus trade barbs as China competition heats up

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    A representative for Airbus declined to comment, while Boeing didn't respond to an e-mail seeking comments. Comac is officially working toward a year-end first flight for the C919, but FlightGlobal understands that this is likely to be pushed back to the first half of 2017.
  • Dutch Manufacturing Growth At 15-Month High

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    The purchasing managers index (PMI ) figures from IHS Markit are given as a number between 0 and 100. The report found that production grew at its fastest pace in more than five years as strong domestic demand more than offset a slight drop in new export orders.
  • Tesla reports a profit for the first time in three years

    Economy

    Revenue jumped 145.3% from Q315 to $2.30 billion, above views for $1.9 billion. However, that new total capital spending forecast for this year is about 20 percent lower than the automaker's previous forecast of $2.25 billion. "It's one of the best moments ever for Tesla ". Gigafactory construction and Model 3 development both remain on plan to support volume Model 3 production and deliveries in the second half of 2017.
  • Trump campaigns in Greeley

    Trump campaigns in Greeley

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    Lynn Bartels , his spokesperson, rebuffed Trump's allegations and insisted that the electoral process in the state is "incredibly secure", adding that voter fraud is rare. Postal Service as undeliverable because those people no longer lived at the address on registration records. Trump then asked, "When you send your ballot in, do you think it's properly counted?" "Every other Republican I know is 100 percent going to vote", Behrens said .
  • Champions League Football - 1 November 2016

    Champions League Football - 1 November 2016

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    He said: "We have to take that league form and the winning mentality into the Champions League. Everyone knows how important this game is", he said. As such, the 6/4 (2 .50) quote for Celtic to fail to score - a selection that would have landed in all but one of the Hoops' last six Champions League ties on the road - is the recommended play ahead of Tuesday's tussle.
  • Oil Rises as OPEC Chief Barkindo Seeks to Resolve Output Plan

    Oil Rises as OPEC Chief Barkindo Seeks to Resolve Output Plan

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    Iraqi oil minster Jabber Al-Luaibi said at a news conference Sunday that he supported OPEC's policy but said the deal shouldn't come at "our expense", arguing the country needs oil money in its continued fight against the Islamic State. "Expect more of this choppy interplay until more concrete news emerges, as speculative buying runs into record producer selling of the futures contracts for hedging", said Jeffrey Halley, senior market analyst at brokerage OANDA in Singapore.
  • OPEC Production Deal Fails to Materialize After Marathon Talks

    OPEC Production Deal Fails to Materialize After Marathon Talks

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    Data showed some USA oil drillers removed rigs from production for the first time since June this year. The meeting, which preceded a conference of the 14-nation cartel's oil ministers scheduled for November 30, was called to discuss methods for driving up the cost of oil by limiting output.
  • Remember, Daylight Saving Time ends on Sunday, Nov

    Remember, Daylight Saving Time ends on Sunday, Nov

    Economy

    Tomorrow is arguably the most depressing day of the year - the clocks go back and bring an end to British Summer Time, and so the dark evenings start an hour earlier. on the second Sunday of March and ends at 2 a.m. on the first Sunday of November. The idea was quickly copied in the United Kingdom and many other countries.
  • Tesla unveils sleek glass solar roof tiles

    Tesla unveils sleek glass solar roof tiles

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    Tesla CEO Elon Musk said their aim is to produce solar roofs which look better than normal roofs, generate electricity, and offer better insulation. According to Musk , the two companies will help us cover our generation, storage and usage needs, and tonight we see the beginnings of that, with one system that generates electricity from the sun and then deposits it in your electric vehicle, storing it within a Powerwall battery unit in the interim.
  • Hollande vows to shut down growing Paris migrant camp

    Economy

    About 1,500 underage migrants remain in Calais in a special shelter, and Hollande urged British authorities to "do their part" to settle them in Britain. They dispersed on Friday morning, many carrying their tents while police patrolled the centre of the boulevard. The French President said the children, most of whom are living in shipping containers in the remains of the so-called Jungle camp, would be transferred "very quickly" elsewhere.
  • Hillary Clinton Says FBI Should Release Full Details of New Email Investigation

    Economy

    Clinton said she was "confident whatever (the emails) are will not change the conclusion reached in July", when Comey said he wouldn't recommend criminal charges in the matter. "That is why it is incumbent upon the Federal Bureau of Investigation to tell us what they are talking about because right now your guess is as good as mine and I don't think that is good enough", said Clinton.
  • Federal Bureau of Investigation reviewing new emails in Clinton probe

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    The Democratic presidential candidate says the American people deserve to have as much information as possible before they vote November 8. Hillary Clinton called on the FBI to come forward immediately with "full and complete facts" they are pursuing in the investigation of her private email server.
  • Michelle Obama fires up North Carolina crowd for Hillary Clinton

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    Trump said as the audience erupted in applause. More than three in four Clinton and Trump supporters say they are "very anxious" at the thought of the other candidate becoming president, fears that underscore perceptions of the election's high stakes and the distinct contrast between contenders.
  • USA stocks fall as bond yields spike, retailers drop

    USA stocks fall as bond yields spike, retailers drop

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    MSCI's global stock index was down 0.2 percent.MIWD00000PUS, the fourth consecutive down day marking a losing streak not seen for two months. Also, bond prices tracked a retreat in the U.S. The chances of further stimulus from the Bank of England weakened after a stronger reading on U.K. GDP in the third quarter. The 30-year Treasury bond yield rose more than 8 basis points to 2.621%.
  • Clinton Weighs in on AT&T-Time Warner Deal, Citing Concerns

    Clinton Weighs in on AT&T-Time Warner Deal, Citing Concerns

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    If you are selling a stock, you are going to get the bid price, if you are buying a stock you are going to get the ask price. Shares of Time Warner (NYSE:TWX) opened at 88.70 on Tuesday. The transaction was disclosed in a legal filing with the SEC, which is accessible through this hyperlink . The disclosure for this sale can be found here.