• Broadcom pledges $1.5 billion USA investment in Qualcomm deal
Broadcom pledges $1.5 billion USA investment in Qualcomm deal

Broadcom sought again to soothe U.S. security concerns around its bid for chipmaker Qualcomm on Wednesday, saying it would stick with investments aimed at maintaining the United States' leadership in 5G technology. It also noted that Qualcomm is facing scrutiny from regulators around the world about what some say are anticompetitive licensing agree...

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  • Asheville officer charged with assaulting black jaywalking suspect
Asheville officer charged with assaulting black jaywalking suspect

Hickman was charged late Thursday, March 8, 2018, with assault by strangulation, assault inflicting serious injury and communicating threats, according to the Buncombe County District Attorney's Office. Rush then tried to run and Hickman brought him down, repeatedly punching him in the head, the video shows. In the video, Rush can be heard tellin...

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  • Waffle House employee helps elderly man cut up his food
Waffle House employee helps elderly man cut up his food

She added that the gentleman had required help because his hands were "not functioning too well". Having trouble cutting up his meat, the 78-year-old asked for help. Her actions also prompted the mayor of La Marque to proclaim March 8, 2018, a day in her honor. "It's something I would do any other day", Williams said.

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  • Audio: Fla. SRO heard shots inside school, told LEOs to stay away
Audio: Fla. SRO heard shots inside school, told LEOs to stay away

The response by his agency has been the subject of national scrutiny, and is now under review by the Florida Department of Law Enforcement. Cruz was arrested within hours of the shooting. It wasn't until 2:32 p.m., 11 minutes after Cruz allegedly first opened fire, that four Coral Springs police officers finally rushed into the building.

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  • China ready to make 'appropriate and necessary response' to US
China ready to make 'appropriate and necessary response' to US

He said that when former U.S. President George W. Bush instituted tariffs on steel imports in 2002, European Union safeguards fully mitigated the risk of redirected imports and supported gradual but robust growth in the European Union steel industry.

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  • IDF shoots, kills Palestinian preparing to throw Molotov cocktail at troops
IDF shoots, kills Palestinian preparing to throw Molotov cocktail at troops

An Israeli military spokesman said the slain man had been about to throw a fire-bomb at the troops, who were responding to an immediate threat when they shot him. It sees the entire city as its capital. "The European Union will closely monitor if and how this new law is applied to Palestinians in East Jerusalem", the statement concluded.

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  • Jeremy Corbyn admits being member of controversial Facebook group
Jeremy Corbyn admits being member of controversial Facebook group

Members are said to have included Labour MPs Clive Lewis and Chris Williamson and former Channel 4 reporter and Corbynite Paul Mason. Meanwhile, the other members of the group, including several Jewish anti-Zionists, rarely object to the anti-Semitism posted there.

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  • Confirmed: K-pop stars Lee Dong-wook and Suzy are dating
Confirmed: K-pop stars Lee Dong-wook and Suzy are dating

They were reportedly spotted on a date at the Cheongdam district - the same neighbourhood where Shin Hye and Tae Joon were said to be having their dates. The two reportedly get along well due to their similarly bright personalities. She previously dated actor Lee Min Ho . No surprises there, as apparently , she had once mentioned before on Kore...

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  • Chinese space station Tiangong-1 could crash to Earth within weeks
Chinese space station Tiangong-1 could crash to Earth within weeks

While this estimate seems imprecise, ESA said that it will land somewhere in northern latitudes. Parts of the United States, the Iberian Peninsula, China, the Middle East, South America, Australia, and New Zealand are all potential reentry locations.

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  • College student stabbed to death outside her college in Chennai, killer arrested
College student stabbed to death outside her college in Chennai, killer arrested

The man, identified as Alagesan , was nabbed by bystanders and thrashed before being handed him over to police. Reports say that both Aswini and Alagesan are from Maduravoyal. However, according to some reports, Aswini had filed a complaint against Azhagesan, but no action was taken on him. Alagesan was admitted to Rajiv Gandhi government gene...

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  • Netflix's Rachel Dolezal Documentary Faces Backlash
Netflix's Rachel Dolezal Documentary Faces Backlash

She was able to work her way up to the presidency of an NAACP chapter before her parents confirmed she was white in 2015. She had previously claimed she was the victim of nine hate crimes, but an investigation by police did not back up her allegations.

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  • United Nations rights chief says Philippines' Duterte needs psychiatric evaluation
United Nations rights chief says Philippines' Duterte needs psychiatric evaluation

Two other United Nations special rapporteurs, Michel Forst and Catalina Devandas Aguilar, expressed "grave concern" about Ms Tauli-Corpuz being on the list, and said she was being punished by Mr Duterte for speaking against some of his policies.

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  • Jo Min-ki: South Korean actor found dead after #MeToo allegations
Jo Min-ki: South Korean actor found dead after #MeToo allegations

He was already dead when he was rushed to a nearby hospital. He was due to be questioned by police next week, the reports said. The police suspect it might be a suicide, according to Yonhap News . South Korea's suicide rate is among the highest in the world. "Everything is my fault, and I am the one to blame", he said on February 27. "I deeply...

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  • European Union hopes that it can get U.S. tariff exemption
European Union hopes that it can get U.S. tariff exemption

Last week European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker said the EU would have no choice but to respond in kind if the U.S. finalised the plans to impose tariffs on steel and aluminum imports from Europe. "We will have to protect our industry with rebalancing measures, safeguards", she said. Malmstroem will hold talks Saturday with USA trade ...

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  • Bending power dip leaves European clocks running late
Bending power dip leaves European clocks running late

A "dip" in electrical power in the region has had an impact on the national power grids of 25 countries in the Continental European Power System, and it's had a direct impact on electrical alarm clocks . While Kadri Kadriu, deputy manager of Kosovo's grid operator, told the paper that electricity from elsewhere was diverted to the Serb minority ...

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  • Malfunction At Fertility Facility May Have Destroyed Thousands Of Eggs And Embryos
Malfunction At Fertility Facility May Have Destroyed Thousands Of Eggs And Embryos

The site where the egg- and embryo-holding tanks are stored features an alarm system, and the alarm was said to be going off when staff arrived Sunday morning. Patients were sent letters on Tuesday, and can contact an hotline set up to deal with the incident. DePompei said that this incident has been devastating for families involved and also for t...

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  • BMO Capital Markets Reaffirms Buy Rating for SL Green Realty (SLG)
BMO Capital Markets Reaffirms Buy Rating for SL Green Realty (SLG)

About 85,937 shares traded or 22.59% up from the average. SL Green Realty had a return on equity of 1.38% and a net margin of 6.71%. Cree, Inc. (NASDAQ:CREE) has risen 2.53% since March 8, 2017 and is uptrending. Since September 15, 2017, it had 0 insider buys, and 5 selling transactions for $31.15 million activity. BACON KENNETH J had sold 2,232 s...

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  • Coveney to campaign for repeal of abortion law
Coveney to campaign for repeal of abortion law

Article 40.3.3° reads: "The State acknowledges the right to life of the unborn and, with due regard to the equal right to life of the mother, guarantees in its laws to respect, and, as far as practicable, by its laws to defend and vindicate that right".

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  • China not trying to 'replace America': foreign minister
China not trying to 'replace America': foreign minister

He Lei, also declined to comment on aircraft deployments on artificial islands Chinese has built in the area, saying those were entirely China's domestic affair. "China is upholding its rights and legitimate interests and taking care to preserve the relationship with India", he said. The relationship between Beijing and Taipei has soured since th...

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  • Wheat tweak see 3 million mt more end stocks globally — WASDE
Wheat tweak see 3 million mt more end stocks globally — WASDE

World ending stocks are now projected at 88.8 million bales, almost 300,000 bales above last month. CBOT soybeans futures were lower following the midday monthly USDA data that predicted larger-than-expected ending stocks, due in part to reduced export.

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  • China accuses Trump of damaging global trade
China accuses Trump of damaging global trade

China's iron ore imports in February fell 16% to 84.27 million tonnes from the previous month near record 100.3 million tones, the country's customs department said on Thursday. The dispute has fueled concerns that soybeans, the United States' most valuable export to the world's No. 2 economy, might be caught up in the trade actions after Beijing ...

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  • PSG braced for fine from UEFA for fans' behaviour against Real
PSG braced for fine from UEFA for fans' behaviour against Real

Neymar's Brazilian team-mate Marquinhos has spoken out to advise his fellow Brazil global that he should stick with Paris Saint-Germain's "project", despite the Parisians disappointing showing in the Champions League against defending champions Real Madrid .

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  • The Trump administration steps in to stop Idaho's anti-Obamacare plan
The Trump administration steps in to stop Idaho's anti-Obamacare plan

Seema Verma, the administrator for HHS' Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services, said in a release Thursday that the governor of Idaho was informed of the decision. The letter listed eight areas in which the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services believes Idaho's proposed plans would fall short of federal requirements, including rules agains...

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  • Congress-led coalition's will return to power in 2019: Sonia Gandhi
Congress-led coalition's will return to power in 2019: Sonia Gandhi

We have worked together in the past. There are shocking atrocities on Dalits and women. "The freedom to think for oneself and differ.to meet or marry according to ones wishes all this and more are under attack. "But it has managed to convince, to persuade people that the Congress is a Muslim party", said Gandhi when asked about Congress Presiden...

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  • We Change the Clocks this Weekend; Here's How It Might Affect You
We Change the Clocks this Weekend; Here's How It Might Affect You

But its not a done deal yet. Well, once again, we're about to fall for it: On Saturday night (or maybe Sunday morning), we will go through our households and advance every clock (and every electronic device with a clock) by one hour. There's a chance that Florida will spring forward for the last time this weekend. Some cities like NY would obs...

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