• Mo. officer shot during traffic stop
Mo. officer shot during traffic stop

Louis County PD wrote on Twitter. "I'm not going to give him a motive, because I don't know what that motive might have been", Belmar said. According to WALB , the officer was shot several times after he was called to an apartment complex for damaged property.

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  • Obama calls out Canada on defence spending in House of Commons speech
Obama calls out Canada on defence spending in House of Commons speech

Obama's relations with Harper were tense, and the president has not visited Canada since 2010, when he attended a Group of 20 meeting in Toronto. "We meet at a pivotal moment for our nations and for the globe", Obama said . U.S. President Barack Obama arrived on Parliament Hill and delivered his long-awaited speech to senators and members of P...

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  • Turnbull's coalition closer to slim majority in Australia election
Turnbull's coalition closer to slim majority in Australia election

Despite now conceding, Shorten said Labor also had its own mandate from voters to defend its values. Shorten had earlier held a press conference to officially acknowledge Turnbull would form government. In several seats, just a few hundred votes were separating the coalition from Labor. The surge in voting for independents, combined with rules ...

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  • How evolving affects CP in Pokemon Go
How evolving affects CP in Pokemon Go

It's also a good idea to "transfer" (AKA get rid of) any Pokemon you don't want, as you get an extra Candy when doing so. Stardust can be earned by capturing any pokemon while a particular pokemon's candy can only be earned by capturing that specific pokemon (obvious, I know).

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  • Trump and Christie join forces to attack Obama, Clinton
Trump and Christie join forces to attack Obama, Clinton

In addition to reducing wait times and expanding programs to allow veterans to seek care in VA facilities or private medical centers, Trump pledged to increase mental health resources, decrying the growing suicide rate among veterans as "a national tragedy that's not talked about".

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  • Hardik Patel set to be released, gets bail in all cases
Hardik Patel set to be released, gets bail in all cases

If he is granted bail by a Visnagar court in a case of vandalism on Monday, Hardik Patel, leader of Gujarat's Patidar stir, is likely to move to Uttar Pradesh and seek support from its Kurmi community. The court released Hardik on bail after the state government adopted a softer stance towards the case. In all, 11cases had been registered against...

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  • Global PC shipments fell 5.2% yoy in 2Q16, says Gartner
Global PC shipments fell 5.2% yoy in 2Q16, says Gartner

Yet the USA is benefiting from business spending around Microsoft Windows 10 upgrades - along with interest in Alphabet Inc's Chromebooks, according to Jay Chou, an analyst with IDC. "PC shipments in Latin America are expected to fall below 5 million units for the second quarter of 2016, which is a decline of more than 20% from the second quarter...

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  • Pokemon Go International Roll Out Halted as Players Overload Servers Causing Issues
Pokemon Go International Roll Out Halted as Players Overload Servers Causing Issues

It uses augmented reality - tapping your phone's camera to superimpose cute, virtual creatures in the real world. By Monday, Pokemon Go had been downloaded millions of times, topping rankings at official online shops for applications tailored for smartphones powered by Apple or Google-backed Android software.

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  • State Department to Reopen Internal Review of Clinton Emails
State Department to Reopen Internal Review of Clinton Emails

The State Department's announcement on Thursday was expected, as the department had suspended its probe while it was waiting for the Justice Department to complete its criminal investigation. "The only thing Hillary Clinton seems to be clarifying is that she is determined to continue misleading voters and obfuscating the facts about her reckless ...

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  • Osborne 'Intervened' On US Bank Crackdown
Osborne 'Intervened' On US Bank Crackdown

HSBC was not prosecuted over the allegations in the U.S. because officials were concerned it would cause a global financial disaster, according to the report. The news agency Reuters reported earlier this year that she had since joined HSBC in a senior global financial crime-fighting role. Mr. Holder, through a spokesman, declined to comment.

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  • Hard-drive maker Seagate to cut 6500 jobs
Hard-drive maker Seagate to cut 6500 jobs

The focus of the new cuts is on reducing the company's manufacturing footprint, the company spokesman said. The jobs to be eliminated are in the Americas, Asia, Europe, the Middle East and Africa, the company said. The storage vendor said that it will deliver fourth quarter revenue of $2.65 billion with gross margins of 25 percent. Why? The comp...

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  • Tesla reportedly faces another federal probe related to fatal crash
Tesla reportedly faces another federal probe related to fatal crash

Tesla said in a statement on Monday afternoon that it "has not received any communication from the SEC regarding this issue". The SEC would not comment, and the NHTSA could not be reached for comment. It also highlighted a Tesla Model S on Autopilot "rear-ended a parked truck" on Interstate-66, Virginia, and the company said the accident took pla...

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  • US expels 2 Russians after US diplomat attacked in Moscow
US expels 2 Russians after US diplomat attacked in Moscow

The American diplomat was returning to the embassy "in disguise after running a spy mission", said Sergei Ryabkov in the statement of Russian diplomacy. A statement to the Washington Post said there had been U.S. provocation against Russian diplomats. "It's time for Russian Federation to treat our diplomats in the same manner in which they're t...

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  • Australian PM declares victory in tight election
Australian PM declares victory in tight election

Although he is expected to form a majority government, Turnbull's gamble in calling the election backfired badly, with a swing to the centre-left Labor opposition and a rise in the popularity of minor parties and independents. Uncertainty surrounding the election prompted rating agency Standard & Poor's to downgrade Australia's coveted AAA credit...

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  • Central Park is overrun with people playing Pokémon GO
Central Park is overrun with people playing Pokémon GO

More on this as we learn it. So how does it work? But they're not Pikachu, and we wants our Pikachu. The mobile game has children and adults participating in scavenger hunts in the real world looking for the animated Pokémon characters.

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  • Istanbul airport attackers identified as Russian, Uzbek and Kyrgyz nationals
Istanbul airport attackers identified as Russian, Uzbek and Kyrgyz nationals

Turkey has ascertained the national identity of the terrorists who committed terrorist attack at Istanbul's Ataturk airport . Istanbul police have arrested 24 people in connection with the attack including 15 foreigners, state-run news agency Anadolu said.

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  • Stocks gain, setting a new record high for S&P 500 index
Stocks gain, setting a new record high for S&P 500 index

Energy stocks. SPNY led the gainers with a 0.72 percent rise as oil prices recovered some losses. Monday's closing value represents a significant step forward for the large-cap index, which had failed repeatedly throughout the year to set new highs.

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  • Aminex plc (AEX) Rating Reiterated by Shore Capital
Aminex plc (AEX) Rating Reiterated by Shore Capital

A number of other equities research analysts have also recently commented on RDSA. Finally, Canaccord Genuity reiterated a "hold" rating and set a GBX 1,550 ($20.59) target price on shares of Royal Dutch Shell Plc in a report on Monday, April 18th.

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  • Aus PM Turnbull rejects calls to quit after poor poll outcome
Aus PM Turnbull rejects calls to quit after poor poll outcome

Mr Shorten, speaking at an ALP caucus meeting in Canberra on Friday, said it was "likely in the coming days" the coalition will "scrape over the line". "While maintaining my complete independence, I am prepared to contribute to the stability of the 45th parliament by continuing with my past practice of supporting the government of the day", Cathy M...

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  • Canadian runner Marchant cleared to race 10000, marathon double in Rio
Canadian runner Marchant cleared to race 10000, marathon double in Rio

The track and field events begin on August 12, the second Friday of Rio 2016, and run until closing ceremony day on August 21. Now three athletes with area ties are headed to Rio after Belle River's Noelle Montcalm secured her spot on Friday by winning the women's 400-metre hurdles.

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