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Tim Cook finally confirms Apple car plans

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During an interview with Bloomberg Television on June 5, Cook said, "We're focusing on autonomous systems". On the other hand, Cook is also very skeptical of the rise of this technology of self-driving cars , as well as electric vehicles and ride-hailing services. Read More »

Amazon is buying Whole Foods in $13.7 billion deal

Whole Foods shares were halted at US$32.77 in pre-market trading, while Amazon's shares were up 0.5 per cent at US$969. CEO John Mackey will remain at the helm at the company headquarters in Austin. It will also assume the company's debt. The deal still needs shareholder and regulatory approval but if that happens, it's expected to close in the second half of 2017. Read More »

Marnie Simpson reveals the moment she discovered Lewis Bloor had cheated

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In the Diary Room together, the new celeb guests spoke to Big Brother earlier in the week about their first impressions of the housemates. 'Marnie fancies. The then continued: "Maybe to miff off Lewis Bloor , or just for a bit of air time?" The 25-year-old reality TV star also took part in all-star version of the show last summer when she met and fell in love with Lewis but, after months of rows, the pair split earlier this year when it was revealed the former "The Only Way is Essex" ... Read More »

Donald Trump is under pressure and it doesn't look good

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While the Justice Department appointed Mueller to investigate Russian efforts to interfere in the 2016 presidential election - and any "collusion" with the Trump campaign - his assignment also includes "any matters that arose or may arise" from the Russia probe. Read More »

Time to cancel Trump's state visit says London Mayor

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During an interview on Britain's Channel 4 News on Monday evening, Khan found a moment to respond to Trump. "Our special relationship with the USA means that we will stand up and speak out when something is wrong, and Donald Trump is wrong about many things". Read More »

Les Américains de plus en plus présents à Cuba — Tourisme

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S'il ne s'agit pas de faire table rase des mesures d'assouplissement mises en place depuis fin 2014 (le rétablissement des relations diplomatique entre les deux ex-pays ennemis n'est pas remis en cause), le nouveau locataire de la Maison Blanche entend cependant marquer sa différence. Read More »

Trumps New Policy Will Still Allow Carnival to Offer Cruises to Cuba

Trump has been personally invested in this process, multiple aides said, adding that the President deeply believes that the changes Obama announced in 2014 were a "bad deal for the United States and a bad deal for the Cuban people". "If he takes it back to where it used to be with the embargo there is no hope for changes in Cuba ". The new policy directs the Secretaries of Treasury and Commerce to change their regulations on the topic of Cuba and the departments are directed to provide ... Read More »

Friend of James Hodgkinson: 'He wasn't evil'

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Later that afternoon, it was reported that the sole shooter involved was 66-year-old Belleville, Illinois, resident James T. Hodgkinson , who was shot and killed on the scene. The attacker, identified as James T Hodgkinson from IL, was killed after exchanging shots with police at the baseball field. She said her husband, who had worked in the building trades and as a home inspector, had sold "almost everything he owned from his businesses" and had gone to Washington. Read More »

Putin compares James Comey to Edward Snowden

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The public testimony Tuesday before the Senate Intelligence committee should yield Sessions' most extensive comments to date on questions that have dogged his tenure as attorney general and that led him three months ago to recuse himself from the Russian Federation probe. Read More »

Death toll in London inferno rises to 12

Adele paid an emotional visit to the site of a huge fire in London on Wednesday night, hugging victims and doing her best to offer "comfort" to those affected by the tragedy. Speaking within weeks of London's deadliest attack by militants in more than a decade, Cundy said nothing suggested the fire was linked to terrorism. Read More »

Carrefour retire la viande de chien de ses magasins — Chine

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En 2012, Carrefour aurait promis d'arrêter la vente de la viande de chien après les protestations des défenseurs des animaux qui essayent d'y mettre fin. La dégustation de viande de chien ou de chat est très minoritaire en Chine, nuance Irene Feng, d'Animals Asia , qui souligne que les jeunes gens et les classes moyennes considèrent sa consommation comme ringarde. Read More »

Trump has 'no intention' of firing special counsel Mueller -White House

Executive privilege is a loosely defined concept meant to protect private communications between the president and his aides so that they can deliberate policy without fear that anything they said will later be made public. He said if he did see the ambassador at the function, it was only in passing, but he couldn't recall it. Former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich said Tuesday on ABC's "Good Morning America" that while he feels "independent counsels are very unsafe", he doesn't think ... Read More »

Mueller's investigators to speak to intel officials

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President Donald Trump called a report he is under investigation for obstruction of justice "phony" in a series of tweets tweet Thursday, and repeated an accusation that he is the subject of a massive witch hunt. When asked about a letter he wrote recommending firing Comey, Rosenstein said that Mueller could be looking into the decision-making process for the firing - and he was therefore "not at liberty to talk about that now". Read More »

Trump making case for apprenticeships to fill jobs gap

A White House spokeswoman, Sarah Huckabee Sanders, said Tuesday that Trump "has no intention" of firing Mueller, but maintained he "has the right to". We operate the industry's largest trade show (NRA Show May 19-22, 2018, in Chicago); leading food safety training and certification program (ServSafe); unique career-building high school program (the NRAEF's ProStart). Read More »

At least 30 dead in Grenfell Tower fire, say police

Of the hundreds who lived in the north Kensington tower block's 120 flats, more than 40 people are believed to be missing. Of the 17 victims that have so far been confirmed, six have been identified. Grenfell survivor Maryann Adam said her taxi-driver neighbor, Behailu Kebede, alerted her to the flames Wednesday morning. Tamara, one witness, told the BBC: "There's people , like, throwing their kids out, 'Just save my children, just save my children!'". Read More »

How 'nervous' Kim Jong-un is trying to avoid being assassinated

Jiro Ishimaru, a North Korea expert representing the Osaka, Japan-based AsiaPress International, told RFA that the news agency's source in the northern part of North Korean said authorities began enforcing a more extensive crackdown in May after Kim Jong Un made a decision to "root out Chinese-manufactured cell phone users" who have links to the country's mortal enemy South Korea . Read More »

Brooke Henderson shoots 63, leads Meijer LPGA Classic

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Ko is tied for seventh after recording seven birdies and a bogey during her round. "I felt great from the start", the 19-year-old Henderson, already a triple victor on the LPGA circuit, told reporters. She won the major KPMG Women's PGA Championship a year ago and has three tour victories. "And like I said, once the putts start dropping, then really good things can happen". Read More »

Neighbors Call GOP Shooter a 'Radical Nut' Who Was 'Reckless' with Firearms

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Among the wounded were House Majority Whip Steve Scalise (R-La.), congressional staffer Zach Barth, lobbyist Matt Mika and Capitol Police officers Crystal Griner and David Bailey. "He is grateful for the fearless actions of US Capitol Police, first responders and colleagues", his office said in a statement . "I had no idea this was going to happen", she said during a brief address to the media Thursday afternoon, during which she was visibly upset. Read More »

Reports say Mueller probe now examining possible Trump obstruction

The obstruction of justice investigation into Trump began days after Comey was sacked on May 9, according to people familiar with the matter, the Washington Post said. So do the others, given Mueller's reputation for probity. At a separate hearing Tuesday, Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein declared he'd seen no basis for dismissing Mueller, the former Federal Bureau of Investigation director he appointed as special counsel after Sessions' recusal. Read More »