• NXP Semiconductors NV (NXPI) Stake Boosted by BRITISH COLUMBIA INVESTMENT MANAGEMENT Corp
NXP Semiconductors NV (NXPI) Stake Boosted by BRITISH COLUMBIA INVESTMENT MANAGEMENT Corp

Marco Investment Management Llc decreased Nxp Semiconductors N V (NXPI) stake by 11.82% reported in 2017Q3 SEC filing. LLC now owns 19,273 shares of the semiconductor provider's stock worth $2,109,000 after purchasing an additional 1,964 shares in the last quarter.

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  • Florida Man Calls 911 to Claim Clams He Ordered Were Too Small
Florida Man Calls 911 to Claim Clams He Ordered Were Too Small

Nelson Agosto, the man in question, ordered a seafood meal at Crabby's Seafood Shack but was disappointed upon seeing the size of the clams. When he complained to the restaurant after receiving his food, they gave him another order of clams on the house, an employee told police.

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  • Parents slain after daughter dumps racist boyfriend
Parents slain after daughter dumps racist boyfriend

Buckley Kuhn-Fricker recently discovered private tweets on her daughter's phone that concerned her. On Thursday, December 21, the mother reportedly texted a friend, claiming that the "outspoken neo-nazi" was officially out of the family's lives.

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  • India's Jerusalem vote consistent with its position on Palestine
India's Jerusalem vote consistent with its position on Palestine

Ambassador to the U.N. Nikki Haley , who had tweeted that the U.S. would be "taking names" of countries backing the resolution. Australian UN Ambassador Gillian Bird said Australia wanted to see the USA continue to play a leadership role in brokering peace and abstained from the vote.

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  • Hibbing Home Fire Claims the Lives of Two
Hibbing Home Fire Claims the Lives of Two

While en route, crews heard that there was a heavy fire in the back of the house and that there were people trapped inside. Around seven minutes later, rescuers removed four victims from the home, two adults and two children. "The investigation is ongoing amongst the double-digit below-zero temperatures", a Fire Department statement read. "This...

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  • China halts oil product exports to N
China halts oil product exports to N

Beijing, the main source of North Korea's fuel, did not export any gasoline, jet fuel, diesel or fuel oil to its neighbor last month. Earlier in the day, the Chosun Ilbo newspaper reported that US reconnaissance satellites found that the two countries had engaged in illegal trading of oil by sea on about 30 occasions since October - a sign the ne...

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  • Canada to expel Venezuelan diplomat in retaliatory transfer
Canada to expel Venezuelan diplomat in retaliatory transfer

Venezuelan authorities have so far released 44 opponents of the socialist government from prison over Christmas, but scores more remain in prison, a rights group said on Tuesday. Representatives for the Canadian government were not immediately available for an interview on Monday. The opposition boycotted the poll in July and also held an unoffic...

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  • Pak rejects India's charges on Jadhav-family meet as baseless
Pak rejects India's charges on Jadhav-family meet as baseless

India on Tuesday hit back at Pakistan , accusing it of violating mutual understandings on Kulbhushan Jadhav's meeting with his family, and said the Indian national appeared coerced and under considerable stress during the tightly-controlled interaction.

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  • Russian officials bar Navalny from running for president
Russian officials bar Navalny from running for president

The Russian law does not say calls for an election boycott are illegal, but previous year authorities blocked access to several websites calling for the boycott. The involvement of 36-year-old TV star Ksenia Sobchak could raise public interest in the race. While Sobchak has denied colluding with the Kremlin, she could attract some of Navalny's su...

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  • Hockey legend Johnny Bower dead at 93
Hockey legend Johnny Bower dead at 93

He was named to the Hockey Hall of Fame in 1976. His #1 jersey was retired by both the Maple Leafs and the Barons. Bower played well for a fifth-place team, but the Rangers brought Worsley back to start the 1954-55 season. He leaves behind his wife of 69 years, Nancy, his three children John Jr., Cindy and Barbara, aneight grandchildren and six...

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  • Pro-Trump Singer Files Sexual Assault Report Against Corey Lewandowski
Pro-Trump Singer Files Sexual Assault Report Against Corey Lewandowski

She tells The Associated Press that she was initially reluctant to come forward because she was fearful of any backlash. Villa said she threatened to report Lewandowski for sexual harassment. Villa made headlines when she appeared at the Grammy Awards red carpet wearing a dress created to look like Trump's "Make America Great Again" camp...

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  • More Records for Messi in Barca's 3-0 El Clasico Win
More Records for Messi in Barca's 3-0 El Clasico Win

Instead, what unfolded was their very worst nightmare. "We must continue in this direction for 2018", said Zidane, who is bidding to lead Real to a third straight European crown. GLASGOW - Brendan Rodgers has praised his Celtic players for the way the Scottish champions have responded since suffering their first domestic defeat under his reign.

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  • West Ham defender Winston Reid: We must forget Newcastle setback
West Ham defender Winston Reid: We must forget Newcastle setback

Andre Ayew , who had earlier missed a penalty, pulled one back but Newcastle held on for victory to leave West Ham 17th, a point and a place ahead of Bournemouth . But Saivet more than made up for his mistake when he brought Newcastle level in spectacular fashion curling a free kick over the wall and past the outstretched hand of Adrian after Wi...

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  • Mallinckrodt To Acquire Sucampo Pharmaceuticals For Approximately $1.2 Billion
Mallinckrodt To Acquire Sucampo Pharmaceuticals For Approximately $1.2 Billion

Louisiana State Employees Retirement System now owns 10,200 shares of the biopharmaceutical company's stock valued at $107,000 after purchasing an additional 100 shares during the period. Following the completion of the sale, the insider now directly owns 52,023 shares in the company, valued at approximately $858,379.50. The transaction was disclos...

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  • Box of horse manure addressed to United States treasury secretary
Box of horse manure addressed to United States treasury secretary

In a post from Saturday, he said , "I need someone to ride along and document my Secret Santa project ". "No disguises, no fake names". Secretary Minuchin was not home at the time. He went on to say that the prank would help him to "go down in the anals [sic] of history". US President Donald Trump's $1.5 trillion tax overhaul, which he ha...

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  • Governor issues exec order to allow early property tax filing
Governor issues exec order to allow early property tax filing

Council member George Leventhal, who voted yes to the bill, said that passing the expedited legislation is a good faith effort on the part of council. In most years, many taxpayers wait until the last possible moment to pay their property taxes. Other counties also reported taxpayer interest in prepayment of taxes.

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  • N. Korean Media Urge Citizens to Study Kim Jong-un's Ideologies
N. Korean Media Urge Citizens to Study Kim Jong-un's Ideologies

The UN resolution said North Korea is selling coal and other prohibited items "through deceptive maritime practices" and is getting fuel via ship-to-ship transfers, which are used in the petroleum industry to move liquids from one tanker to another at sea, avoiding on-shore infrastructure.

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  • Dramatic rescue of boy from frozen pond by Utah police officer
Dramatic rescue of boy from frozen pond by Utah police officer

About 25 feet out on the pond, the ice gave way. Another boy who was watching this happen went and tried to help the child, but was unable to get him out of the water. Crouse said the 8-year-old boy was chasing a dog and fell through the ice. He took off his police gear and broke a path through the ice using his hands to reach the boy.

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  • More than 130 people dead after tropical storm hits Philippines
More than 130 people dead after tropical storm hits Philippines

Disaster officials said 159 people were listed as missing while about 70,000 had been forced from their homes. But their rescue efforts arebeing hampered by continuing heavy rain, power cuts and blocked roads. Last Christmas a powerful typhoon hit the densely populated area around Manila and in 2013 super typhoon Haiyan killed almost 8,000 people...

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  • People Found Dead in Basement in Troy, NY
People Found Dead in Basement in Troy, NY

Mark Maloy confirmed to TIME. DeWolf said the passings "seem suspicious", The (Albany) Times Union revealed. Daniel DeWolf told correspondents the four casualties were all individuals from a similar family. Troy Police asked for the assistance of New York State Police, which has released few details as of 3:20 p.m. The two-story home at 158...

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  • Countries backing US' Jerusalem move under US shadow
Countries backing US' Jerusalem move under US shadow

She did not name the 10 countries, but public radio cited Israeli diplomatic sources as saying Honduras, the Philippines, Romania and South Sudan are among those considering such a move. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu thanked Guatemala with a "God bless you", while the Palestinians said the Central American country was "on the wrong side...

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  • The Library of Congress will start limiting its Twitter archives in 2018
The Library of Congress will start limiting its Twitter archives in 2018

The library had reached an agreement with Twitter in 2010 to acquire the text of every public tweet posted , but now it says it will only collect posts on a "selective basis". That's not to say the archiving was a failure, because it wasn't; the Library of Congress is in possession of all public tweets spanning back 12 years .

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  • US Sanctions Two North Korean Officials Over Weapons Program
US Sanctions Two North Korean Officials Over Weapons Program

Mnuchin said in the statement, referring to the North by its official name, the Democratic People's Republic of Korea. The U.S. Department of the Treasury's Office of Foreign Assets Control announced the sanctions against Kim Jong Sik and Ri Pyong Chol on Tuesday.

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  • Egypt urges World Bank to intervene in dispute over Nile River dam
Egypt urges World Bank to intervene in dispute over Nile River dam

During his visit to an aqueduct bridge in Qena governorate, the Minister added that Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukry will head to Addis Ababa to resume negotiations with his Ethiopian counterpart over the GERD, asserting that Egypt is taking this issue seriously.

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  • Received more than 52 inches of snow in only 30 hours
Received more than 52 inches of snow in only 30 hours

The lake-effect snow band, continuing into Tuesday, dropped an astounding 55 inches of snow, or about 4.5 feet, in a span of 36 hours, according to The Weather Channel . The previous record of 44 inches in Morgantown had stood since March 1958. The two-day total topped Erie's previous 13-day record of 52.8 inches between December 31, 1998, and J...

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