• The Turkish Government Says It's Back in Charge After the Coup Attempt
The Turkish Government Says It's Back in Charge After the Coup Attempt

Acting Chief of General Staff Umit Dundar said July 16 that Turkish Army has nothing in common with the military coup attempt. Palestinian Foreign Minister Riad al-Malki, meanwhile, congratulated Turkish counterpart Mevlut Cavusoglu for the success of Turkey's legitimate authorities in putting down the coup attempt.

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  • Inside JoJo's Bachelorette Vineyard Date with Jordan Rodgers
Inside JoJo's Bachelorette Vineyard Date with Jordan Rodgers

In a crucial date, Alex and JoJo enjoy a romantic day filled with picnicking and horseback riding! But fans are wondering if Robby's telling JoJo the truth about what happened . Robby still managed to get the group date rose. The hijinks! Not only did James end up shoving mass amounts of French fries in his mouth to impress JoJo (...

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  • Stocks are rising on Wall Street for 6th day
Stocks are rising on Wall Street for 6th day

The Dow Jones industrial average rose 134 points, or 0.7 percent, to 18,506. The Standard & Poor's 500 index slipped 2.01 points, or 0.1 percent, to 2,161.74. U.S. retail sales rose more than expected in June, according to data from the Commerce Department. Data showed China's economy unexpectedly grew in the quarter, helping push world stocks ...

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  • Herbalife dodges most serious charges from US
Herbalife dodges most serious charges from US

The company also reported in a press release that its board of directors has allowed business magnate, Carl Icahn, to purchase almost 35% of the outstanding shares. Buoyed by the agreement that enables the company to continue operations under a new structure, investors sent Herbalife (HLF) shares almost 18.6% higher to $70.39 in morning trading.

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  • Castro meets Hillary Clinton as she ponders VP
Castro meets Hillary Clinton as she ponders VP

Several vehicles with tinted windows entered through a gate near the home during the daylong session. Mr Hickenlooper, 64, discussed the vice presidential search with Mrs Clinton when she was in Denver at the end of June to unveil her campaign's technology platform.

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  • US to Keep Taking Out Daesh Leaders After Attack in Nice - Obama
US to Keep Taking Out Daesh Leaders After Attack in Nice - Obama

The French Prime Minister Manuel Valls described the perpetrator of the Nice attacks as "a terrorist, linked without a doubt to radical Islam" on Friday. "There are French among the victims and also many foreigners from every continent and many children, young children", Hollande said after visiting a hospital.

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  • Messaging app Line sees shares surge 26% in debut
Messaging app Line sees shares surge 26% in debut

Line will raise up to 132 billion yen through the issuance of new shares via its IPO to finance capital spending on servers and other equipment as well as corporate acquisitions to prepare for an increase in access to its services and an expansion of them.

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  • Theresa May becomes United Kingdoms second woman Prime Minister
Theresa May becomes United Kingdoms second woman Prime Minister

After formally being invited to form a government in a meeting with Queen Elizabeth II at Buckingham Palace, May arrived at her new Downing Street residence with a promise to lead a government that would tackle " burning injustice ". The most notable was former London Mayor Boris Johnson, who was given the meaty job of foreign secretary, Britain's...

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  • CRRC Sifang: Our trains in Singapore are safe
CRRC Sifang: Our trains in Singapore are safe

As the trains were still under the manufacturer's warranty, LTA made a decision to send them back for rectification. After an investigation into the matter, FactWire cited "multiple sources from mainland China and Singapore" as confirming that several problems had been found with the trains since they began service in 2011, including shattering...

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  • Turkish Armed Forces Seize Power… Erdogan: The Coup Will Fail
Turkish Armed Forces Seize Power… Erdogan: The Coup Will Fail

Around 50 soldiers involved in the coup surrendered on one of the bridges across the Bosphorus Strait in Istanbul after dawn on Saturday, abandoning their tanks with their hands raised in the air. He told them: "They have pointed the people's guns against the people". Food stores in several neighbourhoods were also said to be cleared out as resid...

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  • Herbalife Rises After Report of $200 Million Settlement With FTC
Herbalife Rises After Report of $200 Million Settlement With FTC

The shares climbed to $68.15 at 7:54 a.m.in early trading in NY. The FTC's complaint against Herbalife accused the company of misleading consumers by suggesting those consumers could earn significant income by selling Herbalife products; compensation, however, was based on whether consumers were then able to recruit others into selling Her...

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  • Clinton and Trump Instill Fear in Voters
Clinton and Trump Instill Fear in Voters

The Associated Press-GfK poll saw that a staggering 81 percent of those surveyed said they would be afraid if either Clinton or Trump became president in November. When minor party candidates are included in the mix, Clinton continues to remain in the lead though Trump does narrow the gap. Half of white mainline Protestants prefer Trump (50%), wh...

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  • Charlotte FBI offers reward for fugitive believed to be in Houston area
Charlotte FBI offers reward for fugitive believed to be in Houston area

The FBI is looking for a Forth Bragg soldier with Gwinnett County connections who is accused of killing his wife on the North Carolina base. Iris Armstrong was an 82 Airborne Division soldier. A warrant was released for Armstrong's arrest on July 8 after he was charged with his wife's murder, according to the Federal Bureau of Investigation.

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  • Another Tesla crashes in Autopilot mode
Another Tesla crashes in Autopilot mode

Tesla had said in a statement Thursday that it immediately informed the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration about the crash, and NHTSA didn't announce it until June 30. The stock closed at $213.98 on Monday, shedding about 1.16% as compared to the previous trading session's close. It opened the day at $212 a share but quickly fell to ...

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  • How the Dow Jones industrial average fared on Wednesday
How the Dow Jones industrial average fared on Wednesday

JPMorgan Chase climbed 2 percent Thursday after the bank reported earnings that were better than analysts were expecting, thanks to a jump in trading revenue. Brad McMillan, chief investment officer at the Commonwealth Financial Network, said the recent scares may have flushed out sellers, setting up the market for even bigger gains.

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  • Obama: All parties in Turkey should support Erdogan government
Obama: All parties in Turkey should support Erdogan government

Some 90 more people are believed to have been killed , including 41 police officers, 47 civilians and two soldiers. The prime minister said the defeat of Friday's coup was a "feast of our democracy" and sent his condolences to the relatives who lost their lives during coup.

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  • Tim Tebow Will Not Speak at GOP National Convention Despite Earlier Reports
Tim Tebow Will Not Speak at GOP National Convention Despite Earlier Reports

Tebow was not on the speakers list put out by convention planners Thursday, but Republicans and Donald Trump officials said they hoped the Heisman Trophy victor would make an appearance next week in Cleveland. Ted Cruz. "There's no shock here, this was expected". "Never Trump is nevermore". "It's a strategic pick and I appreciate it but I didn't ...

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  • Turkish coup bid crumbles as crowds answer call to streets, Erdogan returns
Turkish coup bid crumbles as crowds answer call to streets, Erdogan returns

Turkey's armed forces said on Friday they had taken power in the country to protect the democratic order and to maintain human rights. "The first thing to say is obviously we want to urge calm, the avoidance of any further bloodshed, and it's crucial that we support the democratic institutions of Turkey and that's a message that was very much ech...

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  • Pokemon Go: 7 tips to keep you safe from hackers
Pokemon Go: 7 tips to keep you safe from hackers

The app, available on iOS and Android devices, is a free-to-play game that is based off the popular 1990s television series and trading card game, Pokemon . "It makes fantasy a reality", said Abbey Gradowski, 27, of Elkton. If you're trying to install the Pokemon Go app, and you receive an "app not installed" error, then chances are you're...

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  • How the Truck Attack in Nice Unfolded
How the Truck Attack in Nice Unfolded

The 31-year-old was born in Msaken, a town in Tunisia, but moved to France years ago and was living in the country legally, working as a delivery driver. The officials, who could not speak publicly about the investigation, confirmed that the ID found in the truck matched the dead attacker. "We are terrified and we want to present to all the fam...

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