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The Nevada Department of Employment, Training and Rehabilitation says initial claims for unemployment insurance benefits totaled 9,068 in September in the state. The biggest job gains came in trade, transportation and utilities, while jobs in professional and business services shrank. According to economist Bill Anderson, Nevada has added 32,300 jobs over the past 12 months.
  • Traders Buy Shares of Gilead Sciences, Inc. (GILD) on Weakness

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    It has underperformed by 38.50% the S&P500. Eqis Capital Management Inc. boosted its position in Gilead Sciences by 6.7% in the second quarter. Welch Group LLC now owns 2,857 shares of the biopharmaceutical company's stock worth $194,000 after acquiring an additional 252 shares during the period.
  • Firm behind Trump dossier challenges House subpoena

    Firm behind Trump dossier challenges House subpoena

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    Reports indicate that Fusion GPS was commissioned by a third-party to conduct political opposition research on Mr. Trump in the fall of 2015, but that the party withdrew from the contract in the spring of 2016. In a Monday night court filing, lawyers for the House, saying they represented the Intelligence Committee, asked the court to reject Fusion's request.
  • National Park Service Proposes Yosemite Entry Fee Hike: $70 Per Car

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    And, say if you're paying $70 to get into Rocky Mountain National Park, 80 percent of that will stay there and 20 percent will go to other national parks across country. This proposal would also include a peak season commercial entrance fee structure for the 17 national parks referenced above. "We're making a good-faith effort to get as much feedback as possible", says NPS spokesman Jeremy Barnum .
  • Governor Rauner announces re-election bid

    Governor Rauner announces re-election bid

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    Rauner says it's crucial to cities and counties trying to compete for jobs with states such as IN and Wisconsin. A federal judge ruled against Lincolnshire in January, saying only the Legislature can establish a statewide right-to-work area, as 28 states have.
  • Abbott Laboratories Expected to Earn FY2017 Earnings of $2.49 Per Share (ABT)

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    It has underperformed by 0.80% the S&P500. Rockefeller Financial Services Inc decreased its stake in Abbott Laboratories (ABT ) by 3.02% based on its latest 2017Q2 regulatory filing with the SEC. Ramsay Stattman Vela Price holds 2.91% or 137,315 shares in its portfolio. The original version of this piece of content can be viewed at https://stocknewstimes.com/2017/10/24/abbott-laboratories-to-post-q4-2017-earnings-of-0-73-per-share-william-blair-forecasts-abt.html.
  • Punjab Government puts yearly tax on pet animals

    Punjab Government puts yearly tax on pet animals

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    In fact, pet owners in Punjab will also have to take a licence from the authority to keep a pet. "The corporation committee shall extend all possible assistance and support to NGO's and other social-religious organizations interested in setting up of non-profit cattle pounds for old and infirm animals as per availability of funds", read the notification.
  • Federal Bureau of Investigation docs reveal Sandy Hook shooter's interest in mass murder

    Federal Bureau of Investigation docs reveal Sandy Hook shooter's interest in mass murder

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    The witness also described Lanza as the "weirdest person online" and said he had serious depression. But the Federal Bureau of Investigation said it had no record of such a meeting. Lanza killed his mother just before going to the elementary school in Newtown, Conn., to carry out his attack. Neighbors told agents they had seen federal authorities at the Lanza home in years past, believing that Adam Lanza was able to hack government computer systems.
  • Jeremy Corbyn branded 'weak' over refusal to purge Jared O'Mara

    Jeremy Corbyn branded 'weak' over refusal to purge Jared O'Mara

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    At 36 years old , O'Mara belongs to a generation who grew up in the nascent days of the internet, back when you still had to dial up to get online but, nonetheless, he firmly belongs to the first cohort of true digital natives. Mr O'Mara was diagnosed with cerebral palsy as a baby, at which point his parents were told he may be in a wheelchair all his life. I've gone on that journey and feel I can help.
  • Iran Sentences Mossad Agent to Death

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    The headline of the report described the convicted person as a "Mossad agent". Djalali, a doctor and lecturer at Stockholm medical university the Karolinska Institute, was arrested in April 2016 and held without access to a lawyer for seven months, three of which were in solitary confinement, according to London-based Amnesty.
  • U.S. appeals Maryland judge's travel ban ruling

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    Trump issued an executive order directing relevant government agencies to resume refugee processing, which he clamped down on shortly after taking office. The Supreme Court on Tuesday dismissed the last of the lawsuits challenging the original ban from its calendar, citing the expiration of its provisions.
  • The Bank of New York Mellon Corporation (BK), Lattice Semiconductor Corporation (LSCC)

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    Vanguard Group Inc. now owns 60,106,066 shares of the company's stock worth $2,477,571,000 after buying an additional 774,112 shares during the last quarter. Connable Office reported 0.78% stake. 5,814 are held by Welch Forbes Limited Liability Corporation. Outstanding shares refer to a company's stock presently held by all its shareholders, counting share blocks held by institutional shareholders and restricted shares owned by the company's officers and insiders.
  • French parents reported to name police for calling their baby Jihad

    French parents reported to name police for calling their baby Jihad

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    The opportunity to give this name is now transferred to the parquet floor of Toulouse , who may choose to initiate a procedure by entering a family court judge. The term "Jihadists" (an iteration of the term jihad) is commonly used to refer to militants who carry out violent attacks in the name of Islam, like the Islamic State or the Al-Qaeda.
  • Calif. town repeals law prohibiting sex offenders from handing out Halloween candy

    Calif. town repeals law prohibiting sex offenders from handing out Halloween candy

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    The two were speaking before an oversight hearing held by the Joint Committee on Public Safety and Homeland Security. But Public Safety Secretary Daniel Bennett said Bump was ignoring the "reality of how this agency is set up". "It has a statutory responsibility to ensure that information is kept up to date, accurate and secure", she said. Of the offenders who were never classified, 143 were convicted of rape, 129 were convicted of rape of a child with force and 177 were convicted of ...
  • Putin media critic stabbed in neck

    Putin media critic stabbed in neck

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    But Sobchak gave her word to support Navalny if he is allowed into the race, despite a criminal record in a case his supporters say is politically motivated. He has not yet said whether he will seek re-election but he is widely expected to run. Sobchak has cast herself as a "candidate against all", appealing to those who have grown exhausted of Russia's tightly-controlled political system and want new names on the ballot.
  • Carmel police arrest former Indianapolis Colts player Robert Mathis for OWI

    Carmel police arrest former Indianapolis Colts player Robert Mathis for OWI

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    The IndyStar reported that Mathis' blood alcohol content was under the legal limit at the time of the arrest but there were other factors that led to his arrest. He is the franchise leader with 123 sacks and recorded 19 1/2 sacks in 2013. The longtime Colts pass-rusher was hired in September as a pass rush consultant , after he had been hanging around in an unofficial role.
  • Police catch armed robber in the act in Largo

    Police catch armed robber in the act in Largo

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    Tuesday to a Speedway gas station in Largo where the silent alarm had been triggered . Officers said they spotted Geoffrey Chad Davis, 31, holding a knife inside the store and loading a cart full of merchandise while two employees were inside.
  • Wall St gains on 3M, Caterpillar earnings; Dow jumps

    Wall St gains on 3M, Caterpillar earnings; Dow jumps

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    USA -listed shares of Deutsche Bank rose 3 percent after a report that banks in the euro zone see stronger credit demand in the current quarter. McDonald's, another Dow component to report results on Tuesday, also notched up gains. Gains in both indexes were kept in check by declines in healthcare stocks. Its shares surged over 7 percent around midday Tuesday after the firm's earnings beat forecasts.
  • Mayor: Jacksonville Accessing Safety Following Toddler's Death In City Park Water Tank

    Mayor: Jacksonville Accessing Safety Following Toddler's Death In City Park Water Tank

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    When asked if the city could face any sort of charges or lawsuit in reference to the boy's death, Curry says now is not the time to speculate, especially as it's still an active Jacksonville Sheriff's Office investigation. "The city will also be inspecting how this tragedy occurred, to ensure that all City parks are safe and secure", the spokesperson said. The family searched for the boy but could not find him.