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Personal Capital Advisors Corp who had been investing in Wal for a number of months, seems to be bullish on the $255.80B market cap company. The stock decreased 0.07% or $1.38 during the last trading session, reaching $1905.64. Reinhart Prtnrs has 0.08% invested in Apple Inc. After $0.91 actual earnings per share reported by Dominion Energy, Inc. for the previous quarter, Wall Street now forecasts 13.19% EPS growth.
  • Woman arrested in West Virginia for cutting man's head off

    Woman arrested in West Virginia for cutting man's head off

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    Mills was allegedly "combative" throughout her arrest, in line with WVSN, and when within the deputies' automobile, reportedly stated: "It's important to take me again and let me get my heads". The complaint said Mills was White's father's girlfriend but noted that Mills went home with White the night before the murder. Mercer County Prosecuting Attorney George Sitler told The Bluefield Daily Telegraph that it was unclear whether the victim was killed by the beheading or if he died ...
  • Cocaine in purse? Woman blames it on a windy day, police say

    Cocaine in purse? Woman blames it on a windy day, police say

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    As officers approached the auto, they smelled a strong odor of marijuana coming from the interior, so they asked the driver and passengers to exit the vehicle for a police search. It must have flown through the window and into my purse, ' she said. We've all been there - caught red handed for something and forced to think on the spot.
  • Talk show host threatens David Hogg in graphic tweet, loses major advertisers

    Talk show host threatens David Hogg in graphic tweet, loses major advertisers

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    Jamie Allman tweeted about sodomizing Parkland shooting survivor and activist David Hogg with a hot poker. A St. Louis radio host threatened David Hogg: "When we kick their ass they all like to claim we're drunk". Even though the crisis was defused by Ingraham taking time away from the public eye, advertisers last week continued to flee. "Allstate is at least the 20th advertiser to drop Ingraham".
  • Carrie Underwood to debut new single live on the ACMs this Sunday

    Carrie Underwood to debut new single live on the ACMs this Sunday

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    On April 8, Carrie Underwood posted a stylized photo on Facebook of her eye with glitter dripping underneath like shiny tears along with the caption, "This Wednesday, April 11". The freak accident caused her facial injuries along with a broken wrist . Underwood also injured her face and needed 40 to 50 stitches. "And when I am ready to get in front of a camera, I want you all to understand why I might look a bit different ", she wrote.
  • Driver takes out motorcyclist in violent road rage incident

    Driver takes out motorcyclist in violent road rage incident

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    A vehicle is seen ramming a motorcyclist in Florida during a violent road rage incident caught on camera. The motorcyclist then switches lanes and drives next to the Mazda, apparently caught in an argument with the driver. "One of the witnesses recorded the hit and run on his cell phone". The motrocycle driver, Darin Hendrickson, 33, of Sarasota, told the paper , while riding his Suzuki motorcycle, he was "pelted with a bunch of metal".
  • Bus full of high school students crashes into overpass outside Lakeview

    Bus full of high school students crashes into overpass outside Lakeview

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    ABC 7 Eyewitness News reported that police said the driver, Troy Gaston, was from Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. The entire top of the bus was sheared off after it struck one of the lowest bridges along the parkway, Candelaria said. Police said the bus was operated by Irvington-based Journey Bus Lines, according to a report by Newsday . The police will be alerted if any of vehicles illegally trip the system.
  • Trump, Macron vow 'strong, joint response' to Syria

    Trump, Macron vow 'strong, joint response' to Syria

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    At least 70 civilians were killed after forces of the Bashar al-Assad regime struck targets in Eastern Ghouta's Douma district in an attack in which poison gas appears to have been used, according to the White Helmets. The French readout of the call said that Trump and Macron exchanged "their information and analysis confirming the use of chemical weapons" in the attack.
  • CWG: Indian men's TT team reach final

    CWG: Indian men's TT team reach final

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    It was mother of all upsets as prior to this final, the Singapore women's team had never lost in the Commonwealth Games since the sport was inducted in the program way back in 2002. In the second game, the former World No.1 Indian found back her groove to head to the break with a 11-5 lead before extending it further to 16-5 and eventually clinch it in her favour in 36 minutes.
  • President Trump once fought measure requiring sprinklers in buildings

    President Trump once fought measure requiring sprinklers in buildings

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    The fire broke out shortly before 6pm local time , filling floors of the 58-storey building with a "considerable" amount of smoke, the New York City Fire Department ( FDNY ) said. They were focused on the 50th-floor apartment that belonged to Todd Brassner , a 67-year-old art dealer who died in the blaze Saturday night, hoping to identify what sparked the fatal inferno.
  • 22 coaches roll down track without engine in Odisha

    22 coaches roll down track without engine in Odisha

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    Some railway staff halted the detached carriages by placing rocks on the railway tracks, effectively ensuring all passengers onboard alighted safely without any injuring. Panda, Lakha Kaspeta and P. Bagh, who were in charge of coach maintenance. In this case, it appears that the skids had not been placed properly. JP Mishra, spokesperson for the railway ministry, told AFP news agency an investigation has been launched.
  • Facebook to start notifying users impacted by Cambridge Analytica data-use

    Facebook to start notifying users impacted by Cambridge Analytica data-use

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    A Facebook spokesperson says 59,777 users of the social network were "poitentially impacted" through their friendships with people who had installed the personality quiz app . The London-based political consulting firm worked for Donald Trump's campaign team in the 2016 United States presidential election and used the data to build a software program to predict and try to influence votes.
  • China says United States trade talks now 'impossible'

    China says United States trade talks now 'impossible'

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    The Information Technology Industry Council said in a letter to Mnuchin that it supports the Trump administration's "Section 301" investigation into China's abuses of intellectual property , but instead of tariffs, it advocates a USA -led global coalition to put pressure on Beijing.
  • Snow in the Forecast, Little Accumulation Expected

    Snow in the Forecast, Little Accumulation Expected

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    In April, the plains of Mexico and south Texas could be well over 100 degrees... meanwhile, the high snow covered areas of Canada could be 30 below zero. Organizers said roughly 170 runners took part during the sunny but cool conditions Saturday morning. Spring temperatures are on their way. Monday may, like the weekend, see heights of 20°C, but is overall unlikely to feel as warm as Sunday , she added.
  • Dinner at the Louvre, protests greet Saudi prince in France

    Dinner at the Louvre, protests greet Saudi prince in France

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    Elysée officials noted that the meal in the Louvre coincided with the launch of the major exhibition of the 19th-century French painter Eugene Delacroix , best known for his work "Liberty Leading the People". A source close to the Crown Prince's delegation told AFP that the visit is "about building a new partnership and not just running after contracts".
  • US, North Korea in Secret, Direct Talks

    US, North Korea in Secret, Direct Talks

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    Kim is to hold a summit meeting with South Korea and the United States in May about the possibility of lifting sanctions and disarming. Meanwhile, unnamed US officials have said for the first time that North Korea told them in behind-the-scenes contacts it is willing to talk about dismantling its nuclear program.
  • ICC Claims Israel, Hamas acts Could be war Offenses

    ICC Claims Israel, Hamas acts Could be war Offenses

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    The IDF said the strike was executed in response to the attempted infiltration of Israeli territory by a squad of terrorists with an improvised explosive device on Sunday. "Following the earlier report regarding the suspects who infiltrated [into] Israel through the security fence near the Northern Gaza Strip, IDF troops located two explosive devices placed by the terrorists at the scene", an Israel Defense Forces statement said.
  • 'Animal Assad' has price to pay for chemical attack

    'Animal Assad' has price to pay for chemical attack

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    The Russian Foreign Ministry issued a statement Sunday saying, "Information attacks about the use of chlorine or other poisonous substances by the Syrian government troops are continuing". Trump himself warned Obama against striking Syria in 2013, but later would rail against Obama for his "red line" on Syria, as he did on Sunday. The NSC will recommend military options to the president.
  • Syria conflict: Strikes hit Syrian airfield, state media report

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    Several loud explosions were heard in the early hours on Monday near the airfield in the eastern countryside of Homs. Syria's air defenses fired back and shot down eight missiles, the reports said. The Syrian government and its ally Russian Federation have denied involvement in the attack and rejected the claims as "false speculations". Syrian state media had earlier reported dead and wounded, without giving casualty figures.
  • Israeli military finds two explosive devices planted on Gaza border

    Israeli military finds two explosive devices planted on Gaza border

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    Tens of thousands of Palestinians gathered on Israel-Gaza border as part of the six-week protests, the Great March of Return, which began March 30, marking the Palestinian land day, to demand they be allowed to return to lands they lost in the 1948 war, which also led to Israel's founding.
  • Facebook to soon roll out 'unsend' feature for users

    Facebook to soon roll out 'unsend' feature for users

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    Cambridge Analytica whistleblower Christopher Wylie previously estimated that more than 50 million people were compromised by a personality quiz that collected data from users and their friends. Cambridge Analytica was employed by Donald Trump's presidential campaign. He told "60 Minutes" in October 2017 that "psychographic" profiling that Cambridge Analytica uses "doesn't work".
  • Australian PM loses 30th straight poll, faces leadership pressure

    Australian PM loses 30th straight poll, faces leadership pressure

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    Asked whether she would run against Turnbull if her colleagues asked her, Bishop said, "I don't envisage those circumstances at all". It has led to scrutiny of Mr Turnbull, and some internet fun at his expense. Tony Abbott says he won't challenge Malcolm Turnbull despite the expected 30th bad Newspoll . He also rubbished Mr Turnbull's September 2015 rationale for seeking the leadership.
  • Canada: 14 dead after junior hockey team bus collides with truck

    Canada: 14 dead after junior hockey team bus collides with truck

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    Broncos captain Logan Schatz, 20, was also killed alongside teammates Adam Herold, 16, Jaxon Joseph, 20, Xavier Labelle, 18, Logan Hunter, 18, and Stephen Wack, 21. We turned around and went home. "We drove to Kamloops, B.C., from Wilcox", said Rielly, now a defenceman for the Toronto Maple Leafs . MacLEAN said the community comes together at the arena on game nights that draw 800 to 1,000 people to the stands.
  • Guardiola philosophical after Pogba inspires United to stunning comeback victory

    Guardiola philosophical after Pogba inspires United to stunning comeback victory

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    Bailly will be looking forward to his third league start since his return from a groin strain injury in February when Manchester United play host to West Bromwich Albion on April 15. Minutes after the second half began, Pogba began his day of domination, taking a ball after a brilliant bit of United teamwork and slammed it home, making it 2-1 at minute 53.
  • Syria says suspected USA missiles fired at air base; Washington denies strike

    Syria says suspected USA missiles fired at air base; Washington denies strike

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    But US officials have denied launching a missile attack. AP quoted SANA saying it was "likely to be an American aggression" though US officials told the organization no American military action had been taken. The suspected chemical attack took place over the weekend in Syria's eastern Ghouta district. Graphic images posted by Syria's White Helmets civil defense rescue group, which was not possible to verify, showed victims including children foaming at the mouth.
  • Man accused of assault taken to hospital after officer-involved shooting

    Man accused of assault taken to hospital after officer-involved shooting

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    A man is dead after an officer-involved shooting in Danville . With officers en route, a 22-year-old woman advised that she had left the scene to try and escape from her attacker. The man allegedly pointed the gun at his girlfriend and then at officers, at that point police shot at the man. Police said in an effort to safely apprehend the man as he exited his vehicle, a Taser was deployed, but did not make contact.
  • Kimi Raikkonen takes out Ferrari mechanic during routine pit stop

    Kimi Raikkonen takes out Ferrari mechanic during routine pit stop

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    In a brief statement on Twitter, the team said: "Apparently a shinbone and fibula fracture , our thoughts are with Francesco, stay strong". Ferrari have declined to say what went wrong to cause their pit system to trigger the green light until governing body the FIA has completed its investigation into the incident.
  • RCMP say cause of fatal Humboldt Broncos bus crash still unknown

    RCMP say cause of fatal Humboldt Broncos bus crash still unknown

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    The railing was wrapped in yellow and green ribbon to honour the team. Police say there were 29 people including the driver on board the Humboldt Broncos bus, and those who weren't killed in the collision are in hospital. Among those killed were the team's head coach and captain, according to the Canadian Press . My uncle had to go back yesterday (Friday) and make a statement .
  • Russia's Deripaska calls United States sanctions 'groundless, ridiculous'

    Russia's Deripaska calls United States sanctions 'groundless, ridiculous'

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    The US said however that Friday's action was taken under a law passed to punish Russian Federation for its alleged bid to interfere in the 2016 US presidential vote, as well as its intervention in conflicts in Syria and Ukraine. Among those targeted is Oleg Deripaska, a billionaire aluminium magnate and Putin associate with ties to President Donald Trump's former campaign chairman Paul Manafort .
  • BJP announces first list of candidates for Karnataka Assembly elections

    BJP announces first list of candidates for Karnataka Assembly elections

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    Yeddyurappa is the chief ministerial candidate for the BJP as the party is targeting to win 150 out of the total 224 assembly seats in the Karnataka elections. The today announced the first list of 72 candidates who will contest the high stakes assembly polls. "This is a reflection on his way of thinking, this is a reflection on his culture, this is a reflection on what he has been taught, this is not the way of the Congress party".
  • U.S. policy toward fighting Islamic State in Syria unchanged

    U.S. policy toward fighting Islamic State in Syria unchanged

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    In December, a Pentagon spokesman said the USA had about 2,000 troops in Syria. Military officials have presented an nearly unanimous view that withdrawing USA troops from Syria now would be a mistake - a stance that clashes with Trump's stated opinion that "it's time" to come home.
  • Silver for weightlifter Pardeep Singh in men's 105kg

    Silver for weightlifter Pardeep Singh in men's 105kg

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    That's why it's important not to think too much. Gold Coast , Apr 8 (PTI) Indian weightlifters remained a cut above the rest with Punam Yadav (69kg) adding a fifth gold medal and Vikas Thakur (94kg) picking up a bronze today in what has been a truly remarkable campaign so far at the Commonwealth Games here.
  • WrestleMania 34 This Sunday Featuring Ronda Rousey, Brock Lesnar

    WrestleMania 34 This Sunday Featuring Ronda Rousey, Brock Lesnar

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    Before determining that, we have to look at the card and try to take into account WWE's previous booking of WrestleMania , their personal preferences and what each segment is meant to do. The Usos (C) vs. A flawless wrinkle in the Sasha Banks/Bayley story would be for one to eliminate the other for a Battle Royal win. The New Day (Big E, Kofi Kingston, and/or Xavier Woods ) vs.
  • U.S. imposes new sanctions on some Russian leaders, entities

    U.S. imposes new sanctions on some Russian leaders, entities

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    However, no interview has been agreed to - and White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said Tuesday that talks were continuing between Trump and his lawyers about a possible interview. Trump begrudgingly signed the Countering America's Adversaries Through Sanctions Act (CAATSA) in August a year ago, despite arguing that it undermined his own authority to lead U.S.
  • Local vigil planned for Humboldt Broncos

    Local vigil planned for Humboldt Broncos

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    Rielly said teams like the Humboldt Broncos, who play in the Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League, are integral parts of the fabric of the province. Alberta UCP leader Jason Kenney donated $2,826 to help out along with 14,000 other people .
  • Dad confesses to killing 5-year-old missing son, Tenn. officials say

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    Daniels now behind bars and charged with one felony count of criminal homicide. Investigators report that Joseph Ray Daniels , 28, intentionally killed Joe Clyde Daniels sometime before Wednesday morning and hid his body . "We're in the same mode of search that we were prior when we were looking at a rescue". An Endangered Child Alert was issued by the TBI on Wednesday morning.