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During the Paramount Pictures presentation at the 2018 CinemaCon conference in Las Vegas they announced that there are two STAR TREK movies in the making without giving away further information about the project. The film costarred Krasinski's wife Emily Blunt. "We're thrilled to say that we're already working on a sequel to A Quiet Place ", Gianopulos said.
  • Cheap wine getting more expensive as global production declines

    Cheap wine getting more expensive as global production declines

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    This was a historically low production year , with a decline of 8 .6% compared with the previous year, explained in particular by unfavourable climate conditions within the European Union (-14.6% compared with 2016). According to the OIV's latest figures, Italy is still the world's leading wine producer but it's not the only country hit. As for global statistics, the OIV reported world trade of wine increased by 3.8 percent, confirming the expansion of the wine market.
  • APC governors in closed-door meeting with NWC

    APC governors in closed-door meeting with NWC

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    The state chairman of the All Progressives Congress (APC ), Anselm Ojezua said ¨When we see groups such as this, we are very happy because you make our job easier. He, however, said it was wrong and premature for any member or groups to disagree over choice of candidates for the next election. "We are going to hold our congresses and we are going to hold a convention", he reiterated.
  • CMS Rule Ups Medicare Hospital Payments, Cuts Quality Measures

    CMS Rule Ups Medicare Hospital Payments, Cuts Quality Measures

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    The proposed rule also reiterates the requirement for providers to use the 2015 edition of certified electronic health record technology in 2019 as part of demonstrating meaningful use to qualify for incentive payments and to avoid reductions to Medicare payments.
  • LGBT group rescinds award for MSNBC's Joy Reid

    LGBT group rescinds award for MSNBC's Joy Reid

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    Journalist Glenn Greenwald of The Intercept , and Edward Snowden fame, has insisted that liberal news outlets are ignoring the Joy Reid hacking allegations for ideological reasons, which will probably take Reid off the hook. An LGBTQ advocacy group announced it will no longer give an award to MSNBC's Joy-Ann Reid after posts calling same-sex acts " gross " resurfaced this week on her now-defunct blog, " The Reid Report ".
  • Prince William May Have Just Hinted At The New Royal Baby's Name

    Prince William May Have Just Hinted At The New Royal Baby's Name

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    The Duke of Cambridge said his third child with the Duchess of Cambridge is doing "very well", and everyone is "in good form, luckily," according to a video captured by Daily Mirror royal correspondant Victoria Murphy. There were quite a few spectators watching as the royal family attended the event and naturally, Prince William fielded plenty of questions about the royal baby's name.
  • Toronto Madman In Van Attack is "Men's Rights" Activist

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    Although police said Monday's rampage did not appear linked to worldwide terrorism, the use of a vehicle to kill mirrored tactics used by terrorists in France, Germany, Spain, New York City and elsewhere. "Chads and Stacys" refers to attractive men and women who are perceived as better than or unavailable to "incels", which is short for "involuntary celibate".
  • Sanders Rebukes Acosta Questions That Don't 'Help the American People'

    Sanders Rebukes Acosta Questions That Don't 'Help the American People'

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    Sanders then praised "a number of people in this room" that report freely and fairly "every single day". "But we also support a fair press". When asked if Mr. "I think by my mere presence of standing up here and taking your questions unvetted is a pretty good example of freedom of the press, and I think it's ridiculous to suggest otherwise", said Sanders.
  • Michael Cohen to plead the Fifth in Stormy Daniels suit

    Michael Cohen to plead the Fifth in Stormy Daniels suit

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    Cohen said he won't self incriminate in the California-based case because he is under active investigation by the FBI in a separate case in NY. Southern District of NY prosecutors will provide an update on their progress providing copies of evidence seized from Cohen's home , hotel, law office and safe deposit box to his defense team.
  • Harvey Blackwood - UK Parliament Could Veto Brexit Deal

    Harvey Blackwood - UK Parliament Could Veto Brexit Deal

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    May has said she wants to leave the trade regime, which sets tariffs for all European Union member states, so that the United Kingdom can strike better deals with countries such as the USA and Australia. Following the hearing, Labour MP Pat McFadden, who sits on the committee and supports campaign group Open Britain, said: "[Davis] refused, several times, to repeat his previous threat that this was a take it or leave it vote and that rejection of the overnment's resolution would mean "the deal ...
  • Former President George HW Bush moved out of intensive care

    Former President George HW Bush moved out of intensive care

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    According to his spokesperson, Bush is "alert and talking with hospital staff, family and friends, and his doctors are very pleased with his progress". "He's the most goal oriented person on the planet and I would not bet against him". Bush, who has a form of Parkinson's disease, was hospitalized for two weeks previous year with pneumonia.
  • Kraft calls Trump comments about protests 'divisive,' 'horrible'

    Kraft calls Trump comments about protests 'divisive,' 'horrible'

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    According to the report , Kaepernick's attorneys may be interested in comments Ross made in NY that appeared to tie his stance on player kneeling to President Donald Trump . What was said about the national anthem protests? Not for nothing, but this could have been Kaepernick. TV ratings were slipping and sponsors were concerned about public perception of the protests.
  • Shilpa Shinde Leaked MMS

    Shilpa Shinde Leaked MMS

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    The clip had gone viral from the get-go. Earlier, Hina Khan has slammed the actress for being irresponsible and wrote, "As a public figure we get a power to be able to reach to millions with just one tweet and at least we should be very careful and responsible".
  • EU Ready to Give UK a Say on Trade in Customs Union

    EU Ready to Give UK a Say on Trade in Customs Union

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    Harvey Blackwood analysts say that, given the size of the settlement, parliament is unlikely to agree to any withdrawal treaty without a clear idea of long term trade relations between the United Kingdom and the EU. Speaking to the Commons Brexit Committee, Davis said while the government had changed how it pushed its Brexit legislation through parliament it was not simply "winging it".
  • Plane makes emergency landing on 36 Street Northeast

    Plane makes emergency landing on 36 Street Northeast

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    According to the Transportation Safety Board, the charter flight was coming in for a landing on Runway 35R at Calgary International Airport, about six kilometres north of where the plane was forced to make its emergency touchdown. No cars were around, and thankfully nobody had to swerve out of the way to avoid the landing plane. Police say that the road is expected to be closed for a number of hours and drivers are encouraged to find alternate routes.
  • Revolution in Armenia to continue until logical end

    Revolution in Armenia to continue until logical end

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    Pashinyan sported his trademark khaki-coloured T-shirt and clutched a megaphone as protesters chanted "Nikol for prime minister" and "We are the masters of our country". Karapetyan suggested on Wednesday that early parliamentary elections be held to test the level of popular support for Pashinyan and his potential viability as prime minister.
  • Brussels Conference on Syria Reaffirmed Global Support for Syria's Integrity

    Brussels Conference on Syria Reaffirmed Global Support for Syria's Integrity

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    Worldwide donors yesterday pledged $4.4bn in aid for civilians caught up in the Syrian civil war - well short of what the United Nations says is needed for humanitarian work in Syria and neighbouring countries. "However, the unresolved situation of tens of thousands of Syrians stranded at the northeastern border with Syria, and the thousands of refugees held in village five of Azraq refugee camp casts a shadow on Jordan's efforts", Ferhan pointed out, adding that "at a time when the situation ...
  • White House defends vetting of veterans affairs nominee Ronny Jackson

    White House defends vetting of veterans affairs nominee Ronny Jackson

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    Repeatedly, the Trump administration has failed to recognize potential pitfalls for their nominees or worked to ensure Republican lawmakers in charge on Capitol Hill are on board. The officials said the West Wing has had little success reaching out to Republicans, in hopes of finding senators or other surrogates to push back against the narrative forming against Jackson.
  • Timeline: Windrush immigration scandal

    Timeline: Windrush immigration scandal

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    Mrs May rejected Labour's criticism, arguing Windrush immigrants face problems now, decades after their arrival in the United Kingdom, because not all obtained documentary evidence of their right to remain when they arrived in Britain decades ago.
  • Melania Trump's White Hat Sparks Internet Meme Glory

    Melania Trump's White Hat Sparks Internet Meme Glory

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    Stephen Colbert thinks he's figured it out. Many viewers read into the brief onscreen moment, speculating that the first lady might be bitter about all of the coverage about President Trump's alleged infidelity. Joining the Macron's for dinner on Monday evening, Mrs Trump dressed in diplomatic fashion, paying homage to French fashion, wearing a wool cape dress by Givenchy, heels by Christian Louboutin and black clutch by Dior.
  • Wife Ambushes, Kills Husband's Lover Before Turning the Gun on Herself

    Wife Ambushes, Kills Husband's Lover Before Turning the Gun on Herself

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    Colarulo, superintendent of Radnor Police, told reporters Tuesday afternoon. Police said Gerardot shot Chapman around 7 p.m. when she walked in the door. He went to her house, where he found the women's bodies and called police. Mark and Chapman worked at the University of DE together before Chapman became employed as assistant vice president at Villanova University .
  • Trump may visit Britain next July

    Trump may visit Britain next July

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    Trump is bigoted , and even compared him to Islamic State terrorists. A spokesman for May declined to comment on the Sky story, but said discussions are ongoing about Trump's visit and that it is expected later this year. Bad deal. Wanted me to cut ribbon-NO! It is unclear whether the 2018 trip will be a working visit or a state visit, which would include a formal banquet and procession up the Mall to Buckingham Palace.
  • Philippines

    Philippines "apologises" to Kuwait after rescuing domestic workers

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    The Philippine government has pledged to respect the sovereignty of Kuwait in a bid to resolve a diplomatic conflict over the rescue of distressed Filipino workers in the Gulf State. The two sides have threshed out the misunderstanding arising from the video of Philippine embassy staff rescuing OFWs in Kuwait and have agreed to "move forward" with the bilateral relations, according to Presidential Spokesman Harry Roque.
  • Winnebago County reports 3 bleeding cases related to synthetic cannabinoids

    Winnebago County reports 3 bleeding cases related to synthetic cannabinoids

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    A 20-year old Chicago-area man also passed away. The donation comes after three people have died and more than 150 were sickened by synthetic marijuana in IL since March. Treatment can include high doses of vitamin K, up to 30 tablets a day for up to six months, to fix the body's ability to form blood clots. IDPH recently received a massive donation of almost 800,000 tablets of vitamin K from the Bausch Foundation and Valeant Pharmaceuticals.
  • Trump seems likely to win travel ban case at Supreme Court

    Trump seems likely to win travel ban case at Supreme Court

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    The latest iteration of the executive order cast a wider net, banning all or some travelers from eight nations - Chad, Iran, Libya, North Korea, Somalia, Syria, Venezuela, and Yemen. "You want the president to say, 'I'm convinced that in six months we're going to have a safe world, '" Kennedy said, seemingly rejecting Katyal's argument.
  • Pope Calls for 'Reconciliation' at Inter-Korean Summit

    Pope Calls for 'Reconciliation' at Inter-Korean Summit

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    Building upon the previous two rounds of talks, the two sides continued to discuss details concerning the arrangement of the summit, involving matters of security, protocol and media coverage. The high-level summit is meant to pave the way for a separate highly anticipated encounter between Kim and U.S. President Donald Trump . "Kim Jong-un can follow Deng Xiaoping's path in transforming North Korea".
  • Stock Rating Update on the Shares of Banco Santander

    Stock Rating Update on the Shares of Banco Santander

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    S.A. (BSBR) stock price moved -1.16% away from 20-Days Simple Moving Average, 0.20% from 50-Days Simple Moving Average and separated 17.91% from 200 Days Simple Moving Average. Ward Marsh will be chairman of worldwide spread products. The company operates in two segments, Commercial Banking and Global Wholesale Banking. Santander Brasil's loan book grew 2.9 percent in the quarter to 280.4 billion reais.
  • Video Shows Port Authority Commissioner Cursing At Tenafly Police

    Video Shows Port Authority Commissioner Cursing At Tenafly Police

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    Now she's lost her very impressive shiny gold Port Authority badge. "No, you don't need to know", the officer said. "I'm here as a concerned citizen and friend of the mayor", Turner told the officers. Chris Christie in 2017, had arrived Easter Sunday at the traffic stop on Route 9W in Tenafly. Police Officer: "Miss." Turner: "No don't call me Miss".
  • 18 killed in Indonesia oil well fire (Second Lead)

    18 killed in Indonesia oil well fire (Second Lead)

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    The head of the police department in Aceh said the well may have been dug illegally. Personnel from a joint search and rescue (SAR) team have found the body of another victim of an oil well fire in East Aceh regency, Aceh, bringing the death toll in the incident to 11.
  • Woman Attacked By Pitbull On Train In NYC

    Woman Attacked By Pitbull On Train In NYC

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    The woman eventually took the sneaker off, and the crowd of strangers are heard in the video shouting at the owner to stop the dog. But the woman, who had already been sitting in an a nearby seat, didn't appreciate having the pit bull so close to her, Kyng said.
  • Pakistan exhumes body of suspected 'honour killing' victim

    Pakistan exhumes body of suspected 'honour killing' victim

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    According to reports, Cheema had been living in Italy since 2002 and was to return to Italy on April 19 but she was killed a day prior to her return. The police have taken most of the suspects into custody but they are still looking for her brother, who appears to be on the run.
  • Cops Make Arrest In Infamous 'Golden State Killer' Case

    Cops Make Arrest In Infamous 'Golden State Killer' Case

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    The man is also known as the East Bay Rapist also allegedly committed dozens of burglaries in the area. The killer, who has never been caught or identified, is believed to be responsible for at least 12 homicides and close to 50 rapes between 1979 and 1986 in Sacramento County, according to the Federal Bureau of Investigation.
  • US Oil Floods Europe Hurting Nigeria's Exports

    US Oil Floods Europe Hurting Nigeria's Exports

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    Brent crude futures, the global benchmark for oil prices , climbed as high as $75.20 in early trading on Tuesday, levels not seen since November, 2014. According to Westbeck Chief Executive Officer Jean-Louis Le Mee, the "crunch year" for strong oil prices will actually be 2019, though, when the effects of five years of under-investment in new oil projects around the world have their full impact.
  • Finland stops the experiment for payment of the guaranteed basic income

    Finland stops the experiment for payment of the guaranteed basic income

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    Advocates of universal basic income (UBI) programs, which have become more popular in recent years, argue that guaranteeing a baseline pay for adult citizens can help alleviate social issues like crime, poverty and chronic unemployment. Under that scheme, people whose income fell below a certain threshold would be exempt from income tax and would actually receive payments from the tax office.
  • Washington job market continues strong in March, despite pockets of distress

    Washington job market continues strong in March, despite pockets of distress

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    The state says unemployment rates typically fall in March. Today's data on the unemployment rate are derived from a census household survey of Island residents, regardless of where they work. March marked the 19 consecutive month of seasonally adjusted job gains in the Bend metropolitan area. Over the past 10 years - from March 2008 to March 2018 - the region's education/health services workforce grew 22.8 percent, but the government workforce shrank 5.1 percent.
  • Singapore: Inuka, the first ever polar bear born in the tropics, dies

    Singapore: Inuka, the first ever polar bear born in the tropics, dies

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    Dr Cheng Wen-Haur, deputy CEO and Chief Life Sciences Officer of Wildlife Reserves Singapore (WRS), explained to Channel NewsAsia that any further treatment would have caused him increased stress and prolonged his suffering. "But, hard as it may be, it would not have been fair to prolong his suffering". Inuka, was born on December 26 in 1990 to parents Nanook and Sheba, who had arrived from Canada and Germany, respectively, in 1978.
  • Democrats Win 2 Seats, but GOP to Keep NY Senate Control

    Democrats Win 2 Seats, but GOP to Keep NY Senate Control

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    Senate Democratic Communications Director Mike Murphy said "the voters are sick and exhausted of Democrats that empower Trump Republicans". In Westchester County , Democratic Assemblywoman Shelley Mayer defeated Republican Julie Killian by almost 7,000 votes.
  • Afghan officials say Taleban attacks kill 11 troops, policemen

    Afghan officials say Taleban attacks kill 11 troops, policemen

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    It said the Americans' "internal supporters" - the Afghan government and troops - are considered secondary priorities. Mohammad Naser Nazari, a member of the provincial council, says the attacks happened on Tuesday morning when the Taliban stormed several police and military checkpoints in Qadis district.
  • 'Who let the wife out…dogs', Imran Khan's third marriage in trouble

    'Who let the wife out…dogs', Imran Khan's third marriage in trouble

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    If reports are to be believed, Bushra thought the presence of dogs in the house interfered with her religious activities. Imran Khan's third marriage with spiritual guide Bushra Maneka could be in trouble as rift between the couple has been widening, according to Pakistani media reports.
  • And a lack of clarity on customs union

    And a lack of clarity on customs union

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    One of May's senior aides told a meeting last month that her team would "not be crying into our beer" if Parliament forces the Government's hand. Leaving the EU customs union is a red line that shall not be crossed and the PM will not cave in over this, declare Downing Street sources.