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The shares were sold at an average price of $105.00, for a total transaction of $52,500.00. Lincoln National Corporation (NYSE:LNC) has risen 47.27% since November 30, 2016 and is uptrending. Investors of record on Friday, June 9th will be given a $0.57 dividend. Its down 0.06, from 0.83 in 2017Q1. It dropped, as 62 investors sold ADP shares while 426 reduced holdings.
  • Turkey condemns Houthi's missile attack on Saudi land

    Turkey condemns Houthi's missile attack on Saudi land

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    The Saudi-led Arab military coalition intervened in Yemen in 2015 to support President Abedrabbo Mansour Hadi after the Huthis forced him into exile. Huthi fighters, also known as Ansarullah, surrounded the homes of two of Saleh's nephews late on Thursday, a source in Saleh's forces said.
  • 4-year-old allegedly sexually molested by teacher in Kolkata school

    4-year-old allegedly sexually molested by teacher in Kolkata school

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    The girl was admitted to the state-run SSKM Hospital late last night and tests were performed to confirm the alleged sexual assault on her, hospital sources said. The school tried to call the guardian of the victim but the phone was switched off, the statement claimed. Some reports said that she was lured with chocolates.
  • Former NSA employee kept top secret information at home

    Former NSA employee kept top secret information at home

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    U.S District Judge George L. Russell has scheduled sentencing for April 6, 2018 at 10 a.m. Pho is scheduled to be sentenced in April in US district court in Baltimore. Now he's pleading guilty to a federal crime. Reality Winner, 25, a former Air Force linguist who worked as an NSA contractor at a facility in Augusta, Ga., was charged in June with copying a classified US report and mailing it to a news organization.
  • Wrong 'Theresa May' tweeted by Donald Trump demands apology

    Wrong 'Theresa May' tweeted by Donald Trump demands apology

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    Yesterday, after the transatlantic row between Mr Trump and Prime Minister Theresa May over the president's anti-Muslim video retweets, it was reported that the trip has been postponed indefinitely. "She runs the country, I'm a mum from Bognor", she said, refusing to be drawn any further into the controversy over the content of his tweets. It is not the first time Mr Trump has directed his 44m followers to the wrong account.
  • War crimes convict Slobodan Praljak died of cyanide poisoning

    War crimes convict Slobodan Praljak died of cyanide poisoning

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    An autopsy was started Friday morning, the prosecutor said, with two Croatian experts observing it at the request of the global tribunal. Former Bosnian Croat wartime commander Praljak died after drinking what he claimed to be a poison, shortly after the panel confirmed upholding his 2013 sentence of 20 years in prison.
  • Rihanna Condemns Casting

    Rihanna Condemns Casting "Token" Trans Models

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    She continued by informing the fan that not all trans women feel comfortable talking about their journey, and it's their right either way. The singer responded by saying that she doesn't want to use trans women "as a convenient marketing tool".
  • White House plan to replace Tillerson with Central Intelligence Agency chief

    White House plan to replace Tillerson with Central Intelligence Agency chief

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    Trump's tweet linked to a photograph of Tillerson being sworn into office earlier this year in the Oval Office while Trump and Vice President Mike Pence looked on. "He's here. Rex is here", the president said. Media organizations have speculated for months that Trump would fire Tillerson. Tillerson, a political novice and former CEO of ExxonMobil, has a rocky relationship with the Trump as the pair often send opposing messages to allies.
  • Florida teen who ran away with soccer coach found in NY

    Florida teen who ran away with soccer coach found in NY

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    Frisina ran away from home Saturday night, leaving the house through a window. Her mother said she believed her daughter left of her own volition but that she believed "she was lied to and totally misled". Authorities said they believed they might be headed north , where Rodriguez and Frisina both have family members. Frisina's parents told police they had "no indicators" of "any type of relationship between these two", Murray Smith, public information officer for the Columbia County ...
  • Michael Flynn to Plead Guilty Over False Statements to Federal Bureau of Investigation

    Michael Flynn to Plead Guilty Over False Statements to Federal Bureau of Investigation

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    He added that his actions "were wrong, and, through my faith in God, I am working to set things right". Flynn rejected claims that he had committed treason, but said he accepts "full responsibility for his actions ." . At the time, Flynn was a campaign and transition advisor with no official USA government role, but it was known that he would likely become Trump's White House national security advisor.
  • House GOP May Need Dems to Avoid Government Shutdown

    House GOP May Need Dems to Avoid Government Shutdown

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    Up against a December 8 spending deadline, House Republican leaders are likely to introduce a measure that would extend current funding until December 22, said the aides, who were granted anonymity to describe private deliberations. In addition to Graham, at least a dozen other Republicans have said they'd like to see an immigration fix before the year's end. "If that's what the House does, then I think we're kind of stuck with that, but it's not optimal in my view", he said, referencing ...
  • Amazon delivery driver drops huge deuce outside home

    Amazon delivery driver drops huge deuce outside home

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    Instead, Bautista says a woman driving a U-Haul van, delivering packages for Amazon, did the deed. Bautista came home shortly afterwards, and told KCRA that he immediately noticed the human waste at the end of the driveway. "The delivery company supervisor came out in his personal vehicle and was not prepared for cleanup", he said. "He was in shock when he saw the size of 'it",' Bauista said in a statement, according to CBS Sacramento .
  • Israeli Stabbed to Death in Terror Attack in Arad

    Israeli Stabbed to Death in Terror Attack in Arad

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    Attempts at resuscitation failed. Magen David Adom paramedics were called to one of the city's bus stations at 9:30 p.m. Thursday, where Kokia was found unconscious with apparent stab wounds to his upper torso. The fact that the victim of the soldier and eyewitness testimony, along with other evidence, led police to suspect that the stabbing was a terror attack.
  • Cop taunts his attempted killer in court

    Cop taunts his attempted killer in court

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    Rojas was pulled over by the cop when he fired through the windscreen, striking the officer three times including once in the face. His son was not injured. He was sentenced to life behind bars on Wednesday as he appeared to smirk at the courtroom. The officer, who made a full recovery, said in court: 'I will take those bullets instead of a fellow officer and an innocent bystander.
  • Retiree made ricin, tested it on neighbors

    Retiree made ricin, tested it on neighbors

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    Miller indicated to health care providers that she had attempted to poison other Wake Robin residents using homemade ricin, which she had placed in multiple servings of other residents' food and beverages over a period of weeks", wrote FBI Special Agent Mark Emmons in an affidavit filed at U.S.
  • Trump Pressured Top Senate Republicans To End Russia Probes

    Trump Pressured Top Senate Republicans To End Russia Probes

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    Burr said in an interview with the Times President Trump's comments were along the lines of hoping the investigation can conclude as quickly as possible. Trump is said to have made similar remarks to Senator Roy Blunt , a Republican who sits on the intelligence committee. Trump's campaign and several of its associates have reportedly begun handing over documents to the Senate Judiciary Committee for its probe into Russia's election interference.
  • Blitzboks Crush Shujaa in Dubai

    Blitzboks Crush Shujaa in Dubai

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    If the Blitzboks beat Samoa they will face the victor of Fiji against Scotland in the semi-finals. New Zealand had looked on course to go all the way after a day one where they defeated South Africa 40-0 and France 28-7, before thrashing the USA.
  • We've presence from Gulf of Aden to western Pacific: Indian Navy chief

    We've presence from Gulf of Aden to western Pacific: Indian Navy chief

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    Work on six new nuclear submarines that will enhance the Indian Navy's firepower in the Indian Ocean Region amid the Chinese threat has started. "The Indian Navy is at the threshold of joining a select league of navies capable of providing Submarine Search and Rescue in the Indian Ocean Region with two Deep Submergence Rescue Vessel Systems scheduled for induction next year", he said.
  • Witness in Iran sanctions case tells U.S. court he bribed Turkish minister

    Witness in Iran sanctions case tells U.S. court he bribed Turkish minister

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    Istanbul deputy public prosecutor, Hasan Yilmaz, has ordered the seizure of assets of the Turkish-Iranian gold trader Reza Zarrab and his relatives, citing Turkish penal code Article 326/1 on leaking state secrets. The executive, he said, feared that Zarrab's celebrity as the husband of Turkish pop star Ebru Gundes would draw scrutiny to the trades. Aslan said he was getting nervous about the money-laundering scheme, Zarrab said.
  • Russian Federation rejects Washington call to cut ties with N. Korea

    Russian Federation rejects Washington call to cut ties with N. Korea

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    U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson on November 30 said Beijing could do more with its oil exports to pressure North Korea. While the Trump administration promised to impose new sanctions on North Korea for the intercontinental ballistic missile , ICBM, launch, North Korean state television stated that its weaponry "meets the goal of the completion of the rocket weaponry system development set by the DPRK (Democratic People's Republic of Korea)".