• Sydney Trains: Workers strike in move that will 'shut down the city'
Sydney Trains: Workers strike in move that will 'shut down the city'

New South Wales Secretary of the RBTU Alex Claassens said they have been left with no choice but to take action. Sydney's controversial new timetable (which was implemented in November) combined with staff shortages and a failure by train management to guarantee fair conditions and pay led to the industrial action.

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  • NAACP president on Trump: 'We know he's a racist'
NAACP president on Trump: 'We know he's a racist'

Love, whose parents immigrated to the United States from Haiti , said that the remarks were "really hard to hear, especially because my parents were such big supporters of the president and I think that we have to do everything we can to make sure that we're coming from a place of compassion and we're speaking from a place of kindness".

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  • SS&C Technologies (NASDAQ:SSNC) Upgraded to Hold at BidaskClub
SS&C Technologies (NASDAQ:SSNC) Upgraded to Hold at BidaskClub

The Company now has ROA (Return on Assets) of 3.9 percent, Return on Equity (ROE) of 9.3 Percent and Return on Investment (ROI) of 5.4% with Gross margin of 47.1 percent and Operating & Profit margin of 23% and 13.5% respectively. As per Tuesday, January 2, the company rating was maintained by SunTrust. (NASDAQ: SSNC ). 7.28 million are owned by Ba...

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  • Trump denies
Trump denies "shithole countries" comments

But the government of Haiti - which Friday marked the eighth anniversary of a devastating natural disaster that killed at least 200,000 people - declared itself "outraged and shocked" by the " racist " slur. I have a wonderful relationship with Haitians. "Following comments by the president, I said my piece directly to him yesterday", said Gr...

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  • Mormon Church Officially Announces New President
Mormon Church Officially Announces New President

Nelson has 10 children, 57 grandchildren, and 116 great-grandchildren, all of whom he writes a handwritten birthday card for each year. Since 1984, Nelson has been a member of the Mormon church's, a group of men that oversees the "orderly progress and development of the global Church".

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  • Bodies recovered after 'ghost ship' washes ashore in Japan
Bodies recovered after 'ghost ship' washes ashore in Japan

Local police told the ABC the badly decomposing bodies were found with a badge of North Korean founder Kim Il-sung and former leader Kim Jong-il. Senior police official Hiroshi Abe said: "It is hard to identify the bodies as they had begun to decompose".

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  • Hurt In Crash Involving Greyhound Bus Headed To Nashville
Hurt In Crash Involving Greyhound Bus Headed To Nashville

Greyhound brought in another bus to take passengers to Nashville. Southbound I-65 was closed while crews worked to clear the vehicles - a task made more hard by low temperatures and slick conditions. They were allowed back onto the interstate at the Munfordville exit at mile marker 65. Police urge motorists to travel slowly and use extreme caut...

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  • Shares Of Magellan Midstream Partners, LP (MMP) sold By SELVIDGE JEFF R
Shares Of Magellan Midstream Partners, LP (MMP) sold By SELVIDGE JEFF R

The institutional investor held 69,403 shares of the natural gas distribution company at the end of 2017Q3, valued at $4.93M, down from 117,258 at the end of the previous reported quarter. The firm earned "Hold" rating on Thursday, November 5 by Topeka Capital Markets. JP Morgan initiated the shares of QCOM in report on Tuesday, September 8 with "N...

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  • South Africa to formally protest Trump's 'shithole countries' remarks
South Africa to formally protest Trump's 'shithole countries' remarks

Despite criticism, a federal program that awards USA permanent residency to foreigners through a lottery has been around for more than 20 years. Republicans and Democrats were already at odds over funding the government, and the negotiations became more complicated after Democrats - whose votes are needed to pass a government funding bill - insis...

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  • Jey Uso Arrested Over The Weekend
Jey Uso Arrested Over The Weekend

The two teams put on such consistently strong matches the logical conclusion was to have them bury the hatchet, thus essentially turning The Usos into babyfaces in the process. Gable and Benjamin have been hot on the Usos heels over the past month, even coming close to winning the titles on an episode of SmackDown Live before the referee correcte...

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  • Kerala youth protest: Support pouring in from various quarters
Kerala youth protest: Support pouring in from various quarters

Earlier in the day, Shashi Tharoor, MP, and K.C. Venugopal said that they had met Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh and Union Minister of State for Development of North Eastern Region Jitendra Singh, and got assurances regarding CBI inquiry into Sreejeev's death.

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  • Trump accuses WSJ of deliberate misquotation
Trump accuses WSJ of deliberate misquotation

White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders sent out a tweet accusing the WSJ of "falsely quoting President Trump ". The Journal released its own recording of the interview on Twitter, saying it reviewed the audio as well as the transcript provided by an external service, and chose to stand by what it originally reported .

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  • David Byrne Is Charging Up His Stage Show For Dallas
David Byrne Is Charging Up His Stage Show For Dallas

Doors open at 6 p.m. Tickets are available at Ticketmaster .com, by phone at 800-745-3000 and at The Blue Cross Arena Box Office. He recently released " Everybody's Coming to My House ", the album's first single, which he co-wrote with Brian Eno .

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  • China Wants to Blow Up Its Space Junk With Giant Lasers
China Wants to Blow Up Its Space Junk With Giant Lasers

The lasers wouldn't entirely eliminate the space junk, but instead break it down into smaller pieces that pose less of a risk to future space missions. The team has determined that it would be logistically feasible to launch stations like this. Had it actually collided, it could have damaged billions of dollars worth of equipment.

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  • Packaging Corp Of America Stock as Institutional Investors Enter
Packaging Corp Of America Stock as Institutional Investors Enter

Mason Street Advisors Llc who had been investing in Packaging Corp Amer for a number of months, seems to be less bullish one the $12.02 billion market cap company. grew its position in shares of Packaging Corp Of America by 84.6% during the 2nd quarter. Skba Capital Management Limited Co owns 61,350 shares. Bb&T reported 0.09% of its portfolio in P...

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  • White House physician: Trump is in excellent physical and mental health
White House physician: Trump is in excellent physical and mental health

When he was in Iraq in 2006, while serving as the physician in charge of resuscitative medicine for a deployed platoon, Jackson was chosen as the White House physician. He said that he recommended that the president eat a healthier diet, exercise regularly and lose 10 to 15 pounds. Trump took office at age 70, making him the oldest incoming USA p...

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  • Pope Francis apologises for clerical sexual abuse in Chile
Pope Francis apologises for clerical sexual abuse in Chile

Pope Francis smiles at the faithful from the popemobile in Santiago, Chile, Jan. 15, 2018.br /br The pope is visiting Chile from Jan. 15 to 18, where he will celebrate Mass ceremonies in the cities of Santiago, Temuco and Iquique, before heading to Peru from Jan.

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  • Trump has very high regard for Nigerians, says US over 'shithole' comment
Trump has very high regard for Nigerians, says US over 'shithole' comment

The most current obsession focuses on how Trump's a racist . Their accounts conflicted with reports from others present at the meeting, one of whom denied Mr Trump had used the term, while another said he did not recall the president making the comments.

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  • Man in custody in connection with homicide investigation in Brampton
Man in custody in connection with homicide investigation in Brampton

Police have not said if the man will be charged. The deceased parties have since been identified as 32-year-old Baljit Thandi and her 60-year-old mother, Avtar Kaur. Peel Const. Bally Saini said money and property was taken when the robbers burst into the home. However, the child has been put in the care of the Children's Aid Society.

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  • Trump declared mentally and physically fit
Trump declared mentally and physically fit

Keen to put an end to rumours about his mental health, which peaked when he appeared to slur his words as he announced that the U.S. would recognise Jerusalem as Israel's capital last month, the 71-year-old asked Dr Ronny Jackson to carry out the assessment and scored a flawless 30/30.

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  • African diplomats blast Trump remark as 'racist'
African diplomats blast Trump remark as 'racist'

Kalondo said. He stressed the United States was "much stronger than the sum total of one man". South Africa summoned the United States' senior diplomat in the capital Pretoria on Monday over President Donald Trump's recent disparaging comments about African nations and Haiti.

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  • The Pentagon Has Plans for New Nuclear Weapons
The Pentagon Has Plans for New Nuclear Weapons

The Pentagon report warns of Russia's determination to continue to boost its nuclear weapons reserve while the US had been scaling down. HuffPost published an unclassified draft copy of the review last week, though the Pentagon has said that the draft is "pre-decisional".

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  • Israel Destroys Third Cross-Border Terror Tunnel in Recent Months
Israel Destroys Third Cross-Border Terror Tunnel in Recent Months

He said Israeli jets struck part of the tunnel and a new set of sophisticated "tools" destroyed the rest. Israeli daily Haaretz, on Monday, reported that Israeli military officials have acknowledged that the Palestinian situation is deteriorating, and that the economy and infrastructure in Gaza was "from zero to below zero".

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  • Trump's racist comments are a ideal precursor to an impending government shutdown
Trump's racist comments are a ideal precursor to an impending government shutdown

Durbin said after the Oval Office meeting that Trump's words to the senators were "vile, hate-filled and clearly racial in their content". Comments Trump allegedly made during the meeting have further complicated talks. "There's no question what he said was racist ". Mr. President, DREAMers are not commodities, and it is unconscionable to take a...

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  • 'I'm not a racist': Trump defends himself, denies making vulgar comments
'I'm not a racist': Trump defends himself, denies making vulgar comments

Trump said he used "tough" language during the session, while Sen. Casting a cloud over already tenuous negotiations, President Donald Trump said Sunday, Jan. Some participants and others familiar with the conversation said Trump challenged immigration from "shithole" countries of Africa and disparaged Haiti as well.

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