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The company had a trading volume of 7,118,548 shares. (NYSE:HD) has risen 18.65% since January 27, 2017 and is uptrending. It has underperformed by 12.46% the S&P500. WPX Energy, Inc.is based in Tulsa, Oklahoma. (NYSE: WPX ) has "Buy" rating given on Monday, September 25 by Northland Capital. The firm has "Buy" rating given on Wednesday, June 14 by Robert W.
  • Rahul deliberately given sixth row, says Congress

    Rahul deliberately given sixth row, says Congress

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    The seating arrangement, likewise, for leaders of opposition in the two Houses, Sushma Swaraj and Arun Jaitley, was also several rows back. Congress communications in-charge Randeep Surjewala said the Modi government's "cheap politics" was in display when it broke tradition and denied Rahul a front-row seat.
  • Ronald Gasser found guilty of manslaughter in shooting death of Joe McKnight

    Ronald Gasser found guilty of manslaughter in shooting death of Joe McKnight

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    Gasser, 56, had admitted to shooting McKnight, 28, who was standing at the open passenger-side window of Gasser's auto at the intersection of Behrman Highway and Holmes Boulevard in Terrytown on December 1, 2016. McKnight was considered the no 1 running back in the country in 2006 when he graduated from John Curtis Christian School in Louisiana. Instead, District Attorney Shannon Swaim and prosecutor Seth Shute depicted Gasser as an aggressor, thus chipping away at his justifiable homicide ...
  • Suge Knight's Former Lawyers Arrested For Attempting To Bribe Witnesses

    Suge Knight's Former Lawyers Arrested For Attempting To Bribe Witnesses

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    Robert Alexander of the department's Carson Station. Attorneys Matthew Fletcher and Thaddeus Culpepper were arrested on charges of acting as accessories after the fact. The California lawyers represented Knight until being replaced suddenly in September. One of the men, Terry Carter, was killed in the collision. Knight has pleaded not guilty.
  • Cops Think Toronto Billionaires Died in 'Targeted' Killings

    Cops Think Toronto Billionaires Died in 'Targeted' Killings

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    There were no signs of a break-in at the home leading to the conclusion that whoever killed the couple had a key or were otherwise allowed into the residence. Police have yet to release the results of toxicology analysis done at the Centre of Forensic Sciences in Toronto on the Shermans. Meanwhile, Apotex Inc.
  • Air Pressure One fridge replacements to price taxpayers $24mn

    Air Pressure One fridge replacements to price taxpayers $24mn

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    The US Air Force awarded Boeing a $23.6 million contract in December to replace two of the five "cold chiller units" aboard the aircraft used by President Donald Trump . However, Eric Schultz, a former White House deputy press secretary under former President Barack Obama , tweeted Friday "we would have been impeached" if the repairs were made under the previous administration.
  • How to Watch the State of the Union

    How to Watch the State of the Union

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    Edward Kennedy, who for 50 years was one of the dominant voices of Democratic politics. Ted Kennedy did so in 1982 when Ronald Reagan was president. Kennedy, 37, is seen as a rising star in a party that has many in the senior ranks well into their 70s.
  • South Korea hospital blaze leaves 33 lifeless, dozens injured

    South Korea hospital blaze leaves 33 lifeless, dozens injured

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    At least 37 people have been killed and about 130 injured in a fire at a hospital in South Korea. There were 194 patients in the hospital when the fire first began and all 78 individuals in the seniors' ward were evacuated. Firefighters said the blaze is thought to have started in the emergency room of the hospital in Miryang on Friday morning. M - President of Kyrgyzstan Sooronbai Jeenbekov expressed condolences to President of South Korea Moon Jae-in over the dead fire in the hospital.
  • Eight Surprise Entrants We'd Like To See In 2018 Royal Rumble Match

    Eight Surprise Entrants We'd Like To See In 2018 Royal Rumble Match

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    Superstars from both Raw and Smackdown will compete against each other to claim victory in the exciting match. Confirmed for the Women's Rumble match thus far are Naomi, Asuka, Ruby Riott, Natalya, Sasha Banks, Bayley, Mandy Rose, Sonya Deville, Carmella, Tamina, Lana, Liv Morgan, Sarah Logan, Mickie James, Nia Jax, Becky Lynch, and Alicia Fox.
  • Trump administration announces fresh Russian Federation sanctions

    Trump administration announces fresh Russian Federation sanctions

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    The United States added Russian officials and energy firms to a sanctions blacklist earlier on Friday, days before details of further possible penalties against Moscow are due to be released. "The time has come for strategists in Washington to realize that by continuing their senseless sanctions campaign, which has not given and will not give any results, and will only result in financial losses for USA business, they demonstrate to the whole world their own helplessness", the ministry ...
  • US lawmakers in bid to end shutdown stalemate

    US lawmakers in bid to end shutdown stalemate

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    The last United States shutdown happened in 2013 and lasted for 16 days, during which many federal employees took a forced leave of absence. Democrats want to ensure that 700,000 "dreamers" who arrived on the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA ) program are not deported, while Trump has said he wants to include dreamers in a large legislative package that would be accompanied by funding for the wall and ramped up security along the US and Mexico border.
  • Flooding in Paris: the water level continues to rise

    Flooding in Paris: the water level continues to rise

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    The River Seine has swollen following days of heavy rain. Many roads and walking paths have been closed as part of safety measures. The Seine will hit its peak soon, but without surpassing record levels, according to Vigicrues, the body in charge of monitoring flood levels.