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Canada will designate all Arctic Canadian waters as indefinitely off limits to future offshore Arctic oil and gas licensing, to be reviewed every five years through a climate and marine science-based life-cycle assessment. "Blocking offshore exploration would weaken our national security, destroy good-paying jobs, and could make energy less affordable for consumers", Erik Milito, Upstream director at the American Petroleum Institute, said in a statement on Tuesday.
  • Matt Terry to throw house party

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    Some of the most memorable auditionees from this series also returned for a unique performance on the Wembley Arena stage. There is an original song coming courtesy of Ed Sheeran, but there are few details that were put out there in advance about that so we are going to shift our focus of this article.
  • Trend of lower gas prices appears over

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    Nationwide, drivers are paying an average of $2.21 per gallon, which is almost 3 cents per gallon higher than last week's rate. The national average has increased for 14 days in a row following the OPEC oil production agreement on November 30th.
  • 21st Century Fox approaches Sky, sends shares higher

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    The proposed deal "would bring together 21st Century Fox's global content business with Sky's world-class direct-to-consumer capabilities, which have made it the number one premium pay-TV provider in all its markets", Fox said in a news release.
  • Judge Stops Michigan Recount

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    A federal judge in the United States has stopped the recount of almost 5 million ballots in MI, ruling that defeated Green Party candidate Jill Stein has no constitutional right to demand another look at ballots. "After a divisive and painful presidential race, reported hacks into voter and party databases and individual email accounts are causing many Americans to wonder if our election results are reliable", Stein said in a statement last month.
  • War of words continues between Trump and union leader

    War of words continues between Trump and union leader

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    The Washington Post also mentioned how Trump claimed that a Carrier employee had appeared on NBC after the election and said that Trump promised their jobs wouldn't be sent overseas. In an unprecedented move, President-elect #Donald Trump took to Twitter on Wednesday to tear into Chuck Jones, President of the #United Steelworkers, for criticizing his deal with the #Carrier Air Conditioning Corporation.
  • Priyanka Chopra, Dwayne Johnson

    Priyanka Chopra, Dwayne Johnson

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    Needless to say, Indian fans of PC slammed the trailer. She exposed her bosoms to the fullest in a deep cut gown and thus gave enough pleasure to her fans. From the teaser trailer, you can see it happening. Scroll down to check out more details about the release date of Priyanka Chopra's Hollywood debut Baywatch .
  • Trump criticizes union leader critical of Indiana deal

    Trump criticizes union leader critical of Indiana deal

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    She is an average talent who is out of touch with reality. Explaining that he represents the Carrier workers who learned that Carrier was closing the plant and moving 1,300 jobs this past February, he brought up the efforts the union came up with to try to save the jobs, which included cost saving measures and severance packages.
  • Discounts, advertising spur brisk Apple Watch sales

    Discounts, advertising spur brisk Apple Watch sales

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    However, Cook did not released any specific figure of their Apple Watch sales. Cook's Statement: More Than Meets The Eye? "Let's see if the demand carries through to the next quarter", said analyst Colin Gillis of BGC Partners. The Apple Watch Series 2 are more expensive. All said, Tim Cook has yet to provide any hard numbers with regards to the sales of the Apple Watch.
  • No lines, No Checkouts Await Shoppers In Amazon Go

    No lines, No Checkouts Await Shoppers In Amazon Go

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    December 5, 2016. The items they select to purchase would then be automatically added to a virtual shopping cart, similar to the one the Amazon Web site uses to charge users for goods. The company even filed a patent about 18 months ago that described the vision of Amazon Go . Once you're in, tons of sensors keep track of what you take off the shelves.
  • Castro's ashes arrive at cemetery for interment

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    The private interment ceremony for Fidel Castro is still under way at Santa Ifigenia cemetery in eastern Cuba. A wooden box containing Fidel Castro's ashes was placed by his brother and successor on Sunday into the side of a granite boulder that has become Cuba's only official monument to the charismatic bearded rebel who seized control of a US -allied Caribbean island and transformed it into a western outpost of Soviet-style communism that he ruled with absolute power for almost a half ...
  • Tata Steel agree to keep Port Talbot site open

    Tata Steel agree to keep Port Talbot site open

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    Workers have been offered a jobs pact that includes a commitment to seek to avoid any compulsory redundancies for five years. On Wednesday, workers at the Port Talbot plant were given the opportunity to approve a rescue plan which is likely to have an effect on other major sites as well.
  • Trump not saying what he'll do about Dakota Access pipeline

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    Despite heavy know and freezing temperatures, Dotty said those he's talked to in North Dakota are resolved to stay. He says Trump should "stand up for American consumers and American workers". Texas-based Energy Transfer Partners is behind the 1,885-kilometre Dakota Access pipeline, which, if completed, would cross four American states, carrying Bakken oil from North Dakota to IL.
  • Trump threatens payback for US companies that move abroad

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    Trump has promised to make America more palatable for U.S. companies by reducing regulations and lowering taxes, but has never shied from suggesting his administration would pursue punitive measures against those moving jobs offshore. "Tariffs are one thing", Mr Wolfers tweeted . Other figures from around the political spectrum weighed in on Twitter , warning of significant consequences were Trump to impose the tariffs.
  • Steelers Week 13 Recap: Steelers Top Giants

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    The week before Shepard was ignored in the game against the Browns. "There's always opportunities for everybody to get the ball out there, and I didn't get those today, so it is what it is", Cruz said. The scary thing is that even though the offense has been hot-cold all season, the Giants at 8-4 still have a shot at the playoffs. Looks like it.
  • Female politician and two woman journalists gunned down in Finland

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    After firing the shots, the man returned to his auto parked near the restaurant. City council head Tiina Wilen-Jappinen was among the victims, who were shot in the head and torso. "Finland is one of the safest countries in the world, but unfortunately acts like these are still possible even here", Prime Minister Juha Sipila said in a statement .
  • Despite board reshuffle, Tata companies to benefit from rating uplift: Moody's

    Despite board reshuffle, Tata companies to benefit from rating uplift: Moody's

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    The ratings of four Tata Group operating companies continue to benefit from an uplift from the group's main holding company, Tata Sons, despite the group's ongoing board reshuffle, it said. He is also on the board of Titan and Voltas and a director and since 2010, the non-executive chairman ofTata Investment Corporation (TIC). Hunt to induct a new Tata Group chairman has been doing rounds for quite some time ever since Cyrus Mistry , the former top honcho, was unceremoniously asked to ...
  • Strictly judge Len Goodman hints at leaving Dancing With The Stars

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    Ed has been up against it since the early stages of Strictly , with many claiming he shouldn't have got as far as he had in the competition. But don't get too excited, according to sources the stories are a load of balls because Ed has already signed up to the Strictly Tour which hits the road whilst Celebrity Big Brother is on screen.
  • Teddy Sagi Sells 12% Playtech Stake for £329 Million

    Teddy Sagi Sells 12% Playtech Stake for £329 Million

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    Playtech had originally announced that Sagi would be selling a 10% stake but the amount of shares sold was raised due to heavy demand. However, as the provider itself said today, Brickington has eventually made a decision to increase the sale to 38.7 million shares, due to strong investor interest.
  • Albertsons reportedly in talks to acquire Price Chopper

    Albertsons reportedly in talks to acquire Price Chopper

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    The U.S. grocery space is highly fragmented, with Reuters noting Kroger and Albertsons , the two largest companies in America, and employee-owned Publix Super Markets control 27% of the marketplace. "I wouldn't expect a lot of Cap-Ex going back in the stores like Price Chopper was planning on doing". Big Y has 79 stores throughout CT and MA with more than 11,000 employees.