• European Union heads clear that open market relies on migrant access: Tusk
European Union heads clear that open market relies on migrant access: Tusk

She said the the United Kingdom could enjoy access to the single market only if it accepted the four basis European freedoms. Continued access for to the huge European Union single market of 500 million people "requires acceptance of all four freedoms, including freedom of movement", European Union president Donald Tusk told a news conference...

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  • USA non-farm payrolls surges past expectations
USA non-farm payrolls surges past expectations

Last month, the Labor Department reported that the USA had added only 38,000 jobs in May; this month, it revised the May figures downward to only 11,000 jobs. Job gains occurred in ambulatory healthcare services (up 19,000) and hospitals (up 15,000), roughly in line with average monthly gains over the previous 12 months in each industry.

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  • Alaska Airlines given tentative permission to fly to Cuba
Alaska Airlines given tentative permission to fly to Cuba

This week, they proposed to award eight airlines service to Havana: American, Delta, United, Southwest, Spirit, Alaska, Frontier, and JetBlue. Washington is also in the process of approving US commercial airline service to the island, with flights expected to begin in the fall.

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  • Tesla Motors vehicle deliveries decline in second quarter
Tesla Motors vehicle deliveries decline in second quarter

The Palo Alto, California-based company said it has "no data to suggest that Autopilot was engaged at the time " of the July 1 crash involving two MI residents. Tesla continues to miss its delivery target for cars . Tesla Motors Inc.is disputing a media report that one of its vehicles involved in an accident last week in Pennsylvania was i...

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  • US Economy Rebounds with June Hiring Surge of 287000
US Economy Rebounds with June Hiring Surge of 287000

USA job growth surged in June as manufacturers and other employers boosted hiring, confirming the economy has regained speed after a first-quarter lull, but tepid wages suggested the Federal Reserve will probably not raise interest rates soon.

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  • Juncker insists Brexit not the beginning of the end for EU
Juncker insists Brexit not the beginning of the end for EU

In Berlin on Monday, three leading European Union heads of government will huddle - Germany's Angela Merkel, France's François Hollande and Italy's Matteo Renzi. The U.S. Federal Reserve said it was standing by to help as necessary. They're also crowding into US government bonds, pushing down the yield on 10-year bonds to about 1.52 percent, th...

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  • Pentagon Lifts Transgender Military Ban
Pentagon Lifts Transgender Military Ban

The Pentagon will compile and distribute the handbooks, medical protocol and guidance to the commanders for training by October 1. Last July, Carter called for a change in the policy, saying it was "outdated". Carter also noted that transgender Americans will have to be "stable in their identified gender for 18 months" before they are allowed to ...

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  • Democrats make emotional plea for gun control
Democrats make emotional plea for gun control

CBC members have unanimously endorsed the Law Enforcement Trust and Integrity Act and the End Racial Profiling Act , bills aimed at addressing the policing concerns expressed by black community activists for decades. Hakeem Jeffries of NY. "What their motivations were, the criminal justice system and law enforcement will figure that out", he sai...

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  • Donald Trump to bring campaign to South Florida on Friday
Donald Trump to bring campaign to South Florida on Friday

Jeff Duncan, R-S.C., said as he exited the closed-door meeting on Capitol Hill where Trump received about 200 Republicans from the House of Representatives. Ben Sasse , who's advocated for a third-party candidate in the presidential race. His staff released a statement saying that he and Trump had a "gracious exchange" but that "this election rem...

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  • OECD: German employment boost to end this year
OECD: German employment boost to end this year

Youth not in education, employment or training accounted for 9.5 percent of all young people in Japan previous year, below the global average of 14.6 percent, the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development said Thursday. The U.K. had already seen one of the largest slowdowns in real wages since the crisis, and is one of a group of count...

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  • You could cut the tension with a knife at Trump's Senate meeting
You could cut the tension with a knife at Trump's Senate meeting

He also had to take a trip to visit with Republican Senators, so he could continue making unity . "I did get those forms signed by well over half of our delegation", Regina Thomson, a Colorado delegate and Cruz backer, told Politico .

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  • Leaders of Black Lives Matter condemn violence in Dallas
Leaders of Black Lives Matter condemn violence in Dallas

That event is scheduled for Friday at 6 p.m. ET, according to the group's Facebook page. Johnson's military record also left an unremarkable trail, from his entry through the Army reserves in 2009 to his exit in 2015 with an honorable discharge.

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  • U.S. Economy Adds 287000 Jobs In June, Exceeding Expectations
U.S. Economy Adds 287000 Jobs In June, Exceeding Expectations

That gradual slowdown is not surprising, nor necessarily a sign of weakness in the broader economy . Over the last 12 months, the overall economy has created 2.45 million new jobs, which is a pretty healthy number, and if the current pace keeps up, we're on track to create more than 2 million jobs in 2016, despite May's awful totals.

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  • President Obama to visit Dallas early next week
President Obama to visit Dallas early next week

The statement says the president will spend the latter part of the week at the White House "to bring people together to support our police officers and communities, and find common ground by discussing policy ideas for addressing the persistent racial disparities in our criminal justice system".

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  • US job market rebounds with June hiring surge of 287000
US job market rebounds with June hiring surge of 287000

Wells Fargo and JPMorgan were among the biggest boosts to the broad index, while Goldman Sachs' 2.3 percent rise provided the biggest boost to the Dow. WASHINGTON • With the US and global economic outlook unusually cloudy, Friday's jobs report for June will produce one of the most anticipated economic figures of the year.

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  • Orlando one of 10 cities tapped to host regular flights to Havana
Orlando one of 10 cities tapped to host regular flights to Havana

Twelve airless had submitted applications to carry 60 flights but just eight carriers were approved, including Alaska, American, Delta, Frontier, JetBlue, Southwest, Spirit and United. The proposed nonstop Havana routes provide service for cities with substantial Cuban-American population, and to important aviation hub cities with their convenient ...

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  • Facebook blames glitch after Minnesota shooting video vanished
Facebook blames glitch after Minnesota shooting video vanished

The couple lives in Forest Lake, Minnesota. Justice! When do we want it? "I have faith that good people, with good hearts, doing good things, will help heal the wounds of this awful week, and create safer communities for all of our people".

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  • Delta plane lands at wrong South Dakota airport
Delta plane lands at wrong South Dakota airport

A Delta flight headed from Minneapolis-St. The Air Force said in a statement that the base officials "followed the proper procedures to address the situation" and ensured the safety of those at the base and passengers. More recently, a Southwest Airlines flight bound for Branson, Mo., mistakenly landed at a much smaller municipal field nearby ...

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  • 13 in custody over Istanbul airport terror attack
13 in custody over Istanbul airport terror attack

The report did not specify if the pair were leaving Turkey, or arriving. Prime Minister Binali Yildirim said Monday that police were on high alert and had boosted their presence at Istanbul's airports and metro and railway stations. Russia and Turkey have started mending ties after Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan presented on the eve of ...

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  • Wimbledon 2016: Andy Murray will face Canada's Milos Raonic for title
Wimbledon 2016: Andy Murray will face Canada's Milos Raonic for title

The only other Canadian to get this far was Eugenie Bouchard, the women's runner-up at Wimbledon in 2014. The world No. 2 Murray will bid for a third major title when he faces Milos Raonic on Sunday (9 a.m. "Unexplainable for me really". After that break, Federer called for a trainer on the changeover and had his right thigh massaged. This ha...

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