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Federal Bureau of Investigation urging people to reboot routers, due to malware threat

Law enforcement authorities are investigating a report that a malware system from Russian Federation infected routers in the U.S. The malware is able to collect information , exploit devices, block network traffic and render routers inoperable.

Crude Oil Drops to Support Following Statements from Russia and Saudi Arabia

Prices have soared since the start of the cuts a year ago, with Brent breaking through $80 this month, triggering concerns that high prices could crimp economic growth and stoke inflation. In China, Shanghai crude oil futures tumbled by 4.5 per c...

Service dog gives birth to puppies at Tampa airport

And even though they missed their flight, Van Atter is going hom e with some special souvenirs born in the Sunshine State. Van Atter said Rigby was still training as a service dog to help her with mobility and pain issues. "Every time she's ready t...

Ford denies funding party memberships and intimidating a candidate

Ford says his party has been responsible about putting a dollar figure behind each campaign pledge. If proved true, the charges would call into question the PC leader's conviction that he had been busy cleaning the mess left from the party's prev...

Gas Prices Up 25% Since Last Memorial Day

DeHaan told the news outlet that the prices will likely grow to $3 per gallon average over the weekend before slightly dropping down for the rest of the summer. In 2008, at the height of the recession, gas prices were $4.29 a gallon, according to AA...

Trump to meet Abe before 'expected' Kim summit

A photo released by the South Korean presidential office showed Moon and Kim hugging at the conclusion of their discussions. Moon briefed reporters on his meeting with Kim Sunday, saying that both sides were still committed to moving forward.

Oil prices hit as Opec says it may boost crude output

The existing deal came into force on January 1, 2017, and envisaged that global oil producers would cut their combined output by 1.8 million barrels per day (bpd) to cut bloated stockpiles and prop up oil prices . Petersburg International Economic F...

Donald Trump signs law that loosens bank restraints enacted after Great Recession

The Republican-led legislation, pushed by Wall Street banks as well as regional banks and smaller institutions, garnered 33 votes from House Democrats. The bill makes a fivefold increase, to $250 billion, in the level of assets at which banks are dee...

Union charges that Elon Musk violated labor law with tweet

In addition, Musk blamed the media for "being under constant pressure to get max clicks & earn advertising dollars or get fired". "For some reason, this is the best I've felt in a while", Musk, who has built a showman reputation partly through his ...

Gas prices are up 31% from last Memorial Day. Here’s why

It is the flawless time for tips to take the sting out of gas prices, says Robert Sinclair of AAA. "Driving around looking for cheap gas is not a way to save money", Sinclair said. The average price of gas in North Carolina rings in at $2.76/g, accor...

Tesla settles class action suit over Autopilot claims for $5M

The driver of the vehicle, Heather Lommatzsch, 29, told police she thought the vehicle's automatic emergency braking system would detect traffic and stop before the auto hit another vehicle. The groups said Tesla's marketing and advertising of its Au...

Fiat Chrysler recalls 5.3M vehicles over cruise control problem

But it had one report of a driver of a 2017 Dodge Journey being unable to turn cruise control off. The Italian-American vehicle maker said no injuries or crashes were related to the large recall campaign. The engine stop button also wouldn't work...

S. Korea says Moon met N. Korea’s Kim in DMZ

North Korea is not known for its facility with flattery, but Kim's statement appears to have worked in restoring momentum towards a summit meeting. But others said Trump's willingness to walk away could extract further concessions from Pyongyang...

Oil Slips, Govt's Hope For Market Correction Rises

New Delhi, May 24 Crude oil drifted lower by 0.31 per cent to Rs 4,898 per barrel in futures trade today in tandem with a weak trend overseas as speculators trimmed positions. Total gasoline inventories increased by 1.9 million barrels last week, a...

SamMobile’s policies have been updated for GDPR EU compliance

Requests for personal information a company holds on you must be responded to within one month, with some allowances for extensions. A group that campaigns for data protection rights in Europe says it's filed legal complaints against Google , F...

NTSB: Uber’s sensors worked; its software utterly failed in fatal crash

The report confirmed some of the details that had previously been reported about the crash, some of which show Herzberg was taking big risks. No such action was taken, however, as the system is now disabled "to reduce the potential for erratic vehi...

Local veteran's group, community respond to National Football League anthem policy

All those who don't wish to stand will stay inside locker rooms until the anthem is complete. There's Kaepernick, Eric something or other, I think a guy on the Chiefs, maybe some Eagles, that one guy and definitely no Patriots. "We have all the inter...

Morgan Freeman has been accused of sexual harassment by multiple women

Another woman, who worked on the crew of 2012s Now You See Me , told CNN that 80-year-old Freeman not only harassed her, but a number of other women on set. Screen Actors Guild bosses are considering taking back the Life Achievement Award they ...

Trump posthumously pardons Jack Johnson, boxing's first black heavyweight champion

Clinton pardoned Lt. Henry Ossian Flipper , the first black West Point graduate who years later was convicted of conduct unbecoming an officer. Not to be confused with the Columbus Blue Jackets defenseman or the acoustic singer of the same name,...

Trump administration weighs slapping tariffs on auto imports

The White House says Trump has asked Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross to consider whether imports of cars and trucks and automotive parts threaten US national security. The provisions of a 1962 trade law, known as section 232, allow the preside...

Manchester attack: Choirs lead mass sing-along

Speaking outside the cathedral, the 41-year-old from Bolton said he understood why some family members of the victims found it too hard to be back in Manchester. The prime minister said that "such appalling acts of wickedness" would strengthen Britai...

Nigel Farage to Zuckerberg: Brexit, Trump wouldn't have happened without Facebook

But his testimony did not please all MEPs at the meeting, some of whom felt he had dodged their questions. Damian Collins MP, chair of the British Parliamentary DCMS committee which has repeatedly asked Zuckerberg to testify in the United Kingdom, ...

Iran calls Pompeo's remarks 'absurd, interventionist'

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo . Germany's government will help German firms with business in Iran where it can, but cannot entirely shield them from the US decision to quit the Iran nuclear deal and reimpose sanctions against Tehran, the economy m...

Arsenal set to appoint Unai Emery as Arsene Wenger's successor

It comes with Arsene Wenger leaving the club after nearly 22 seasons in charge. The 46-year-old Spaniard led the French Ligue 1 side to a domestic treble this season - but did not have his two-year contract extended and was replaced by Thomas Tu...

Gov. Abbott replaces shotgun raffle prize with $250

Pagourtzis remains in custody after he was charged with capital murder. A student says her friend was killed in the shooting at Santa Fe High School as he attempted to barricade the art classroom from the attacker and help others escape. The baccal...

Trump Seeks Public's Trust on China Talks, Tells Blatant Lie

The trade war between China and the United States is being put on hold. The consensuses reached during economic and trade consultations between China and the United States meet the interests of the people of the two countries and whole world, Chi...

Macedonian climber dies on Everest

According to the report, more than 340 foreign climbers are allowed by Nepal to ascend the peak during the current season. An Italian climber was found dead on Mt. In 2012, he lost nine of his fingers to frostbite. Born in Japan's northernmost is...

Mothercare confirms 50 closures in rescue plan

Reports suggested Mr Whiley had been a key player in pulling together a rescue deal and forming the restructuring plans. The Dublin-based retailer has been quick to distance itself from its troubled namesake after Mothercare UK, which has already...

Italy 'very important' to European Union, says Juncker

Luigi Di Maio , the leader of M5S, emerged from a meeting with the League's counterpart Matteo Salvini saying a pact could be sealed by Thursday evening. Di Maio told reporters in parliament "the recipe to lower public debt is by investments and ex...

California lawmaker knocks Starbucks over racial slur on customer cup

The company responded very meekly to the incident by offering the man a $50 gift card, which he said was an insult. Starbucks already planned to close all of its more than 8,000 US stores on the afternoon of May 29 to conduct racial bias training ...

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China's September trade surplus with U.S. widens to record $34.13 billion

However, an oil trader told Reuters that refinery run rates have been on the rise last month, suggesting demand for fuels was improving. China's exports to the USA rose to $46...

Turkish prosecutor seeks 10-year jail term for United States pastor

He was swept up in the wave of arrests that followed the botched military coup in 2016, during which tens of thousands of people - including artists, intellectuals and ordinary Tur...

President Trump blames 'loco' Federal Reserve for October's big stock drop

The Fed, as you know, is gradually raising short-term rates to unwind the zero-percent rates it imposed in 2008-2009 to combat the financial crisis. Trump said he had no intent...

International Monetary Fund downgrades outlook for U.S., China as result of trade war

The fund also slightly lowered its forecast for Japan's economy to 1.1 percent growth in 2018, down 0.1 of a percentage point from an April estimate, but maintained a prediction ...

European Union officials warned to prepare for no-deal Brexit

As manufacturers of cars and other goods warn the Theresa May government of job losses and other impact of Brexit, a report promoted by former prime minister Tony Blair on Thur...

Tech stocks lead Wall Street slump as investors shun risk

Wall Street stocks plunged Wednesday, with major indices losing more than three percent in a selloff prompted by the sudden jump in United States interest rates. The FAANGs, spre...

US market 'correction' isn't surprising - US Treasury secretary

President Donald Trump said he believes "the Fed has gone crazy " amid recent interest rate hikes. The turmoil came a day after the International Monetary Fund slashed its glo...

International Monetary Fund raises Japan growth forecast, cuts global estimate due to trade tension

US President Donald Trump has accused China of deliberately manipulating its currency to gain a trade advantage, claims Beijing consistently rejected. Tobias Adrian, director o...

Yale And NYU Professors Share Nobel In Economics

Responding to press question about this year's prize and climate change , Romer said , "Optimism helps to motivate people". "Darn right they were sending a message", Warsh said...

'The Fed has gone crazy': Trump points finger for Wall Street tumble

It's so tight. I think the Fed has gone insane ", Trump told reporters as he arrived for a campaign rally ahead of the U.S. mid-term elections. A stock market correction is de...

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Turkish Official: Saudis Used Bone Saw to Dismember Body of Jamal Khashoggi

Turkish Official: Saudis Used Bone Saw to Dismember Body of Jamal Khashoggi

The Post has obtained video recordings and other evidence showing how a group of 15 Saudi operatives entered the country on October 2, the day Mr. He moved to the U.S. mor...

Saudi Arabia to let Turkey search its Istanbul consulate

Saudi Arabia to let Turkey search its Istanbul consulate

Iran's Oil Minister this week brushed off "nonsense" claims by Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman that Saudi Arabia can replace Iranian oil. No security footage has bee...

China stocks rebound as Beijing boosts policy support

China stocks rebound as Beijing boosts policy support

Conglomerate Metro Pacific Investments Corp., however, advanced 4 percent to P4.95, while Globe Telecom Inc., the second-largest telecommunications company, gained 2.6 percent to P...

International Monetary Fund slashes global growth forecasts

In a tweet, Mr Trump warned Beijing against seeking to influence the forthcoming U.S. midterm elections. Pakistan's foreign currency reserves dropped in late September to $8.4...

India hopes for US sanctions waiver after cutting Iran oil imports

India hopes for US sanctions waiver after cutting Iran oil imports

Two companies in India, which in the past have been big buyers or Iranian oil, have ordered barrels in November, according to India's oil minister. The grouping's June decision to ...

US Actively Considering Waivers on Iran Oil Sanctions

US Actively Considering Waivers on Iran Oil Sanctions

Speculators and hedge funds too were active in the market, making most of the volatility. Global benchmark Brent crude futures for December delivery fell 42 cents to settle at $8...

Indian Rupee Exchange Rate | Reserve Bank of India | American Dollar

Indian Rupee Exchange Rate | Reserve Bank of India | American Dollar

Economic Affairs Secretary Subhash Chandra Garg said the GDP growth is expected to be higher than the RBI's projection of 7.4 per cent for the current fiscal. Fed Chairman Jerom...

Oil rises ahead of US Iran sanctions

Oil rises ahead of US Iran sanctions

US West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude futures were up just 1c at $75.24 a barrel. Brent crude oil futures were at $84.86 a barrel at 3.40am GMT, up 6c from their last clos...

U.S. unemployment rate falls to lowest level since 1969

U.S. unemployment rate falls to lowest level since 1969

But he said the very low unemployment rate also reflected an increase in the number not looking for work, who were not classified as unemployed. The last time the United States ...