• Will Trump Really Build A Wall? It Won't Be On Mexico's Dime
Will Trump Really Build A Wall? It Won't Be On Mexico's Dime

From avocado orchards to border factories, Mexican exporters who have prospered under two decades of NAFTA face the prospect of an abrupt end to the boom if U.S. Morgan Stanley analysts said in a note that the fallout from a Trump presidency would have "deep ramifications" for the equity market and that foreign investment could stall.

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  • Sutlej-Yamuna Link canal: Bains brothers demand emergency Assembly session
Sutlej-Yamuna Link canal: Bains brothers demand emergency Assembly session

He said that Capt Amarinder Singh was present at Kapuri when former Prime Minister late Smt.Indira Gandhi laid the foundation stone of the canal to carry water to Haryana. Punjab's law scrapping water-sharing agreements with neighbouring Haryana and other states is unconstitutional, the Supreme Court ruled today. Khattar said the state governm...

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  • Fire Engulfs Former Bethlehem Steel Factory in NY
Fire Engulfs Former Bethlehem Steel Factory in NY

The fire was called in at around 7:30 a.m. and the cause is still under investigation. Eyewitnesses reported several explosions and a large blaze at the former premises of Bethlehem Steel in Buffalo, New York, on the morning of November 9.

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  • South African parliament defeats motion to remove president
South African parliament defeats motion to remove president

He has already survived one no confidence vote this year, related to alleged bribery in a multi-billion dollar arms deal negotiated over a decade ago. It included allegations that the Guptas offered Deputy Finance Minister Mcebisi Jonas a $44 million (40 million euros) bribe, which he said he refused.Increasing numbers of anti-apartheid veterans, A...

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  • Instagram Just Rolled Out Some Critical New Features
Instagram Just Rolled Out Some Critical New Features

Here's how the app described its update: "We're adding links inside Instagram Stories, allowing people to go deeper on content they see in stories". More than 100 million people now use Stories, which which lets selfie-obsessed people document their lives and then present the images in a slideshow format.

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  • Some Iowa students stage walkout to protest Trump victory
Some Iowa students stage walkout to protest Trump victory

Students in Arizona kicked off the movement by staging a walkout on Tuesday before the election results came in, protesting Donald Trump and Sheriff Joe Arpaio, who ended up losing his reelection bid in the state. "They also held up signs that read "#NotMyPresident" and "Lead w/ Love". A few miles away, students at the University of California at...

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  • The Division 24-Player Survival Mode Is Now Live On PTS
The Division 24-Player Survival Mode Is Now Live On PTS

Survival adds an optional gameplay mode, in which a blizzard is pounding the streets of NY and a team of Division agents need to make it to the centre of the Dark Zone - in the middle of Manhattan - to retrieve some medicine. Players could help each other to finish some of " The Division " Survival quests and missions during the course of the pl...

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  • Climate Talks In Morocco To Lay Out Plan For Paris Accord
Climate Talks In Morocco To Lay Out Plan For Paris Accord

The Conference in Marrakesh officially elected Morocco's Foreign Minister Salaheddine Mezouar as president of the COP22. The United Nations Climate Change Conference, known as 'COP 22,' opened today in Marrakech, Morocco , just days after the entry into force of the landmark Paris Agreement which has now been ratified by 100 countries ....

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  • Australia's biggest theme park to shut down water ride that killed four
Australia's biggest theme park to shut down water ride that killed four

Thomas said as soon as it was appropriate the families would be invited to help create a fitting and permanent memorial to their loved ones. Engineering firm Pitt and Sherry has been engaged by Dreamworld to undertake a review of the park's rides in addition to an internal review.

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  • Report of different Samsung phone model exploding
Report of different Samsung phone model exploding

Samsung claims over 85% of Galaxy Note 7 units have been handed over under its ongoing Refund and Exchange Program in the US. The model is different from the Galaxy Note 7 that has been recalled worldwide. Later on, the assistant will also makes its way into other Samsung devices, including its TVs and even refrigerators. In the aftermath ...

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  • The Election is Tuesday - Do You Know Where to Vote?
The Election is Tuesday - Do You Know Where to Vote?

Tarrant County had 515,230 early voters, or about 48 percent of its registered voters, according to the secretary of state. It's a similar story for North Carolina: 21,474 Latinos (1.2 percent of all early voters) voted early in 2012; 37,591 Latinos voted this year, making up 1.8 percent of early voters.

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  • New strong natural disaster hits Italy; buildings collapse
New strong natural disaster hits Italy; buildings collapse

Sunday's disaster came nine weeks after several nearby towns, among them Amatrice, were leveled in the powerful August 24 quake that killed about 300 people; several are still missing. On Sunday morning live television images showed firefighters in Norcia's main square helping people running down small alleyways seeking safety. A firefighter appe...

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  • New Generation of MacBooks Are Here
New Generation of MacBooks Are Here

MacBook Pro now sports a Force Touch trackpad that is an impressive 46% larger than the previous 13-inch MacBook Pro, and twice as large as the 15-inch MacBook Pro. It commands intense loyalty from fans. LONDON (AP) - Apple has raised the prices of its Mac computer range in the United Kingdom amid the dramatic drop in the value of the pound aga...

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  • Movie Magicians Benedict Cumberbatch And Eddie Redmayne Perform Some Talk Show Magic
Movie Magicians Benedict Cumberbatch And Eddie Redmayne Perform Some Talk Show Magic

Both the British stars have massive franchise movies, Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them and Doctor Strange, coming up for release. Someone else said: "Benedict Cumberbatch, Eddie Redmayne and Bryan Cranston on #TheGNShow ". The Sherlock actor - who now stars in Marvel's Doctor Strange - and Eddie had some interesting tactics to lure in...

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  • EU, 24 Countries Agree to Create World's Largest Marine Sanctuary off Antarctica
EU, 24 Countries Agree to Create World's Largest Marine Sanctuary off Antarctica

In a rare global collaboration, twenty four countries and the European Union have unanimously agreed to establish the largest marine sanctuary in Antarctica's Ross Sea, a region which conservationists have called "the last great wilderness on Earth " and "a polar garden of Eden ".

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  • Some fog in the morning, then warmer temperatures Friday
Some fog in the morning, then warmer temperatures Friday

Friday: Sunny, with a high near 86. Highs in the upper 50s. Tuesday will be sunny with a high in the mid-60s, forecasters said. Partly sunny skies and a high around 70 is expected Monday and lows in the upper 50s are in the forecast for Monday night .

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  • Ford's 3Q profit falls on recall, truck launch
Ford's 3Q profit falls on recall, truck launch

Excluding one-time items, Ford said earnings were 26 cents a share, beating the analysts' average estimate of 20 cents compiled by Thomson Reuters I/B/E/S. Ford reported negative cash flow of $2 billion, but likely will be positive in the fourth-quarter, Shanks said. Ford's sales fell 4 percent to 1.5 million vehicles worldwide.

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  • Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds announce first tour dates for 2017
Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds announce first tour dates for 2017

After a limited first run, the documentary returns to theaters nationwide in December. Announced today, the visit will see the Australian rock legends bring their biggest and boldest production to venues, including Perth Arena for the final concert of the tour on January 31.

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  • Hello Again! Apple Inc to Deliver MacBook Triplets This Week
Hello Again! Apple Inc to Deliver MacBook Triplets This Week

An eagle-eyed MacRumors reader went digging into the macOS 10.12.1 update that was released yesterday and found an official Apple Pay-related image that outs the new MacBook Pro and a whole bunch of its banner features. Apple will be announcing several new products at their October 27 event, a new MacBook Pro among them. The touch panel ...

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  • Will Apple (AAPL) Stock Be Hurt by Negative IDC Smartwatch Data?
Will Apple (AAPL) Stock Be Hurt by Negative IDC Smartwatch Data?

While the decline is significant, it is worth noting the effect of market conditions in Q3 2015, which was the first time Apple's Watch had widespread retail availability after a limited online launch. IDC said that Google's goog decision to delay its Android Wear 2 .0 operating system for smartwatches until 2017 caused device manufacturer...

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  • A merged AT&T-Time Warner may not do consumers much good
A merged AT&T-Time Warner may not do consumers much good

The companies said they aim to be the first USA wireless company to compete nationwide with cable companies by providing an online-video bundle akin to a traditional pay-television package. For instance, in 2012 the FCC fined Comcast $800,000 for allegedly failing to comply with a condition requiring it to offer reasonably priced stand-alone ...

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  • IPhone 7 bursts into flames and destroys a vehicle
IPhone 7 bursts into flames and destroys a vehicle

When he returned, he discovered that his auto was filled with smoke and that the clothes he had covered the phone with was on fire. "Once you unwrapped the trousers, the phone was just melting inside of it". "[UBS China] distributor checks find that iPhone 7 sales are weaker than the 6s was out of the box [after launch]". If Apple is indeed...

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  • Feds see cooler-than-normal winter coming for Minnesota
Feds see cooler-than-normal winter coming for Minnesota

While areas in the northern Rockies, around the Great Lakes, in Hawaii and in western Alaska are expected to be wetter this winter, the southern US will be drier. Judah Cohen preliminary winter temperature outlook. The outlier is the Farmers Almanac (different from the Old Farmers Almanac), which has the words "Chilled-to-the-Bone & Wet" emblazon...

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  • Hyundai recalls midsize cars; sunroofs can fly into traffic
Hyundai recalls midsize cars; sunroofs can fly into traffic

Drivers of vehicles with panoramic sunroofs might choose to roll back the glass on a nice day to get a bit of fresh air. A company investigation found that the detachments stemmed from a problem with the wind deflector attached to the front of the sunroof created to reduce noise.

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  • Owners of Note 7 to file class action suit against Samsung
Owners of Note 7 to file class action suit against Samsung

The solution comes after the Department of Labor banned the phone from all USA airlines after reports poured in of the device's battery packs spontaneously catching fire . Smart phones are suppose to make our lives better, not shorter, which is why Samsung attempted to fix the problem through a massive recall . Recent rumours have suggested...

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  • Apple's self driving project takes a backseat
Apple's self driving project takes a backseat

Although the option of building its own self-driving vehicle isn't entirely off the table, the company has reportedly refocused the project to develop an autonomous driving system that gives Apple flexibility to partner with existing carmakers.

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  • Climate wins as another global deal tolimit emissions is reached
Climate wins as another global deal tolimit emissions is reached

HFCs are described as the world's fastest-growing climate pollutant and are used in air conditioners and refrigerators. HFCs are a powerful, short-lived greenhouse gas that trap heat and thus contribute to climate change. "Today, we are following through on that promise". But once released into the atmosphere, CFCs cause destruction of the ozon...

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  • Amazon Music Unlimited Is The Newest Challenger In Streaming Music
Amazon Music Unlimited Is The Newest Challenger In Streaming Music

Would you get the new Amazon Music Unlimited service or stick to Spotify for your music streaming needs? About that last - in our brief time with its new app , Amazon Music, a difference seems to have been split between Spotify's clean, playlist-focused interface and Apple Music's art-heavy but congested, still-living-with-iTunes vibe....

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  • Samsung Tips 6 Percent Gain in 3Q Profit After Recall
Samsung Tips 6 Percent Gain in 3Q Profit After Recall

Samsung has said more analysis is needed to determine the exact cause. Fresh claims surfaced this week that a replacement device caught fire on a U.S. The company also may have to offer longer warranties and rebates to regain consumer trust. "They need to determine if this was a remediated phone, and if so why did this happen?" said Nord, who...

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  • China astronauts to attempt nation's longest space mission
China astronauts to attempt nation's longest space mission

It will be Jing's third trip into orbit. They are preparing to launch two astronauts on an expedition to the country's new orbiting space lab module on Sunday for a full month. The country successfully completed its first docking mission in 2011, a moment that was broadcast live on national TV and observed by then-Prime Minister Wen Jiabao.

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  • Samsung Galaxy Note7 smartphones banned on RJ flights
Samsung Galaxy Note7 smartphones banned on RJ flights

The government urged passengers not to side-step the order. The U.S. Department of Transportation said, "Individuals who own or possess a Samsung Galaxy Note7 device may not transport the device on their person, in carry-on baggage, or in checked baggage on flights to, from, or within the United States ".

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  • Orbital ATK to launch resupply mission to space station on Sunday!
Orbital ATK to launch resupply mission to space station on Sunday!

The next U.S. cargo supply trip to the International Space Station has been postponed until Sunday due to Hurricane Nicole, which is bearing down on Bermuda, NASA said Tuesday. The accident left behind a crater 50 feet long by 30 feet deep, cracked a reinforced concrete wall beneath the launch pad iand blew away stairs around it.

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  • Obama Administration Lifts Limits on Bringing Cuban Rum, Cigars into U.S.
Obama Administration Lifts Limits on Bringing Cuban Rum, Cigars into U.S.

There will also no longer be a limit on these products purchased in countries other than Cuba , previously Americans were able to legally purchase Cuban cigars overseas, but could not bring them back to the U.S. Embassy in Havana, end regularly scheduled flights to the island or disrupt the increasing number of budding business partnerships with ...

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  • British FM eyes 'military options' in Syria
British FM eyes 'military options' in Syria

There would be some "sturm und drang" (German for "storm and stress"), he predicted, but added that "we did the right thing and we can make it work". "We are working with the worldwide community to look at how to bring the conflict to an end", May's spokesperson said when asked about Johnson's comments, adding that there were a range of options ava...

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  • Ken Bone, debate hero, continues 15 minutes of fame on 'Kimmel'
Ken Bone, debate hero, continues 15 minutes of fame on 'Kimmel'

A fundraiser launched on Monday and continued on Tuesday to help debate questioner Ken Bone replace the suit he was supposed to wear to Sunday's presidential debate. "But, apparently I've gained about 30 pounds". "I would love to say I was born this way, but I think the short answer is my wife dresses me, like all great Americans", Bone said.

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