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About 9.76M shares traded or 4.05% up from the average. Encana Corporation (NYSE:ECA) has risen 50.13% since December 30, 2016 and is uptrending. It has underperformed by 2.87% the S&P500. Wal-Mart Stores's quarterly revenue was up 4.2% compared to the same quarter a year ago. After $1.48 actual EPS reported by Pepsico, Inc. for the previous quarter, Wall Street now forecasts -12.16% negative EPS growth.
  • Man kills 2, then himself at Houston auto shop

    Man kills 2, then himself at Houston auto shop

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    The first officer arrived roughly one minute after police were called but had not determined details on the motive by Friday night. Police say a man walked into an auto shop where he used to work and fatally shot two people before killing himself.
  • Zimbabwe ex-army chief who helped oust Mugabe sworn in as VP

    Zimbabwe ex-army chief who helped oust Mugabe sworn in as VP

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    New Politician Chiwenga retired from the military last week, slightly over a month after the military temporarily took control of the country on November 15, culminating in Mugabe's resignation six days later. Two other top military officials were also awarded ministerial posts earlier this month. Mugabe has been living at his private home in the plush Borrowdale suburb, and the pension entitles him to "payment of a lump sum which is equal or equivalent to the value of the private ...
  • Bitter Cold Spurs Cancellation Of Polar Bear Plunges In New Jersey

    Bitter Cold Spurs Cancellation Of Polar Bear Plunges In New Jersey

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    Officials in the three towns cited concerns about the safety of participants who would be jumping into the Atlantic Ocean. The forecast calls for a high of around 20 degrees on Monday while water temperature likely will be in the mid-40s. As for attendance in 2018, he says jokingly, "It just depends on how insane people are". The eighth annual Polar Plunge held at Smugglers Beach in Yarmouth will not be held on January 1 this year.
  • Trump accuses China of allowing oil into North Korea

    Trump accuses China of allowing oil into North Korea

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    South Korean customs authorities boarded the ship and interviewed crew members after they returned to Yeosu on November 24. Documents seen by Reuters this month showed Washington called on the Security Council to blacklist ten ships for circumventing sanctions by conducting ship-to-ship transfers of refined petroleum products to North Korean vessels or transporting North Korean coal.
  • Palestinian envoy on stage with Saeed, India to take up matter 'strongly'

    Palestinian envoy on stage with Saeed, India to take up matter 'strongly'

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    India on Friday said that it would "strongly" take up the ambassador's appearance with the Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) co-founder with the Palestinian authorities. 35 countries had abstained from voting. "Hafiz said that the Pakistani government should link China Pakistan Economic Corridor with freedom of Kashmir and put pressure on China and Russian Federation and other countries which are part of the CPEC or going to be part of it to influence India to stop terrorism in Pakistan", Nadeem said.
  • Jobs And Workforce Increase In Metro Dalton

    Jobs And Workforce Increase In Metro Dalton

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    Most of the job growth came in professional and business services, trade, transportation and warehousing, and leisure and hospitality. In fact, records are being set. Form its peak at 14 percent in March 2009, the jobless rate in Dalton has dropped by almost two thirds. Over-the-year job growth came in education and health services.
  • 94th District: Democrats suing to not count Republican vote

    94th District: Democrats suing to not count Republican vote

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    The State Board of Elections now says officials will randomly pick the victor on January 4, but it is still possible the loser can request another recount. Republican leaders also went on the attack in a conference call with reporters, accusing Democrats of deliberately trying to make it hard for the House to get down to business when the legislature reconvenes.
  • After triple talaq, Muslim women seek ban on polygamy

    After triple talaq, Muslim women seek ban on polygamy

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    The board should have been taken into confidence by the government before rushing to Lok Sabha with the bill "AIMPLB spokesperson Maulana Khalil-ur-Rehman Sajjad Nomani said here on Friday". Razia (24), whose husband divorced her over phone citing birth of daughters as the reason behind it, hailed the law brought by the government and hoped that women like her would get justice.
  • Macc and Bowles Extended

    Macc and Bowles Extended

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    With a 5-10 record this season following a 5-11 record past year, some fans may be wondering why Bowles and Maccagnan are being locked up. The person spoke to The Associated Press on condition of anonymity because the team did not announce terms.
  • OH dog freezes to death on porch

    OH dog freezes to death on porch

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    However, he mentioned the utilities to the house were shut off recently. "I wasn't staying there, but I was going back and forth feeding them", he said. "Everything was locked up tight". She said the dogs were without food and water. "He looks to be pretty good", Ms. "He's sweet. He was malnourished and dehydrated, but I think he'll be fine".
  • Meghan Markle's sister hits out over Prince Harry's Christmas comment

    Meghan Markle's sister hits out over Prince Harry's Christmas comment

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    Samantha Grant said Ms Markle has a "large family who were always there with her ". We made it so that she had two houses. Her sister argued that the bride-to-be actually has a large family and no one was estranged . His family welcomed Markle with open arms and the prince acknowledged how the former actress also embraced the royal traditions. But Samantha's latest clap-back was directed not at the media but at her sister's fiancé, Prince Harry .
  • Dangerously cold temperatures return this weekend

    Dangerously cold temperatures return this weekend

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    In mid-December of a year ago, a cold snap sunk in for three days, again with single digit temperatures driven down by wind to feeling like they were below zero. Tuesday should be a little warmer at 14, under mostly sunny skies. On New Year's Day , the normal high is 20 degrees. Second, a Wind Chill Watch is in place for Saturday night - Monday morning for wind chill values of -30 to -50.
  • South Korea seizes ship that transferred oil to North Korean vessel

    South Korea seizes ship that transferred oil to North Korean vessel

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    Beijing has "completely and strictly" complied with sanctions meant to discourage leader Kim Jong Un's government from pursuing nuclear and missile technology, foreign ministry spokeswoman Hua Chunying said . China and Russian Federation subsequently asked for more time to consider the proposal. A State Department official later said the USA was aware that "certain vessels have engaged in UN-prohibited activities, including ship-to-ship transfers of refined petroleum and the transport of ...
  • Weather warning in Essex as snow begins to fall

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    But for many it will be a dry and sunny but col day after the cold and frosty start, there will be further wintry showers for NW England at first and northern Scotland, but these will slowly fade through the day. The heaviest snow fall of 5cm-10cm is expected in parts of northern England and up to 15cm over higher ground. The Met Office said there is a "small chance of damage to buildings, with the potential for injuries and danger to life from flying debris".
  • Ukraine kidnappers release hostage after $1m bitcoin ransom paid

    Ukraine kidnappers release hostage after $1m bitcoin ransom paid

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    Lerner is a prominent expert on blockchain, the technology originally developed for bitcoin that allows digital information to be shared without being copied. The news shocked the cryptocurrency community, both local and global, as Lerner is a well-known Russian blockchain expert, and as many know now, blockchain technology is what supports the virtual currency Bitcoin.
  • Andrew Finch's mother: Police gave no warning before deadly shooting

    Andrew Finch's mother: Police gave no warning before deadly shooting

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    Andrew Finch , who lived at the address , reportedly went to the front door in response to the commotion and was shot . "( Police ) said 'come out with your hands up'". It isn't believed that the unnamed man shot back at police . "We were given some misinformation on the (original) call ", he said. She says police didn't give her son a warning before the shooting.
  • First Day Hike slated for Cooper Lake State Park on Monday

    First Day Hike slated for Cooper Lake State Park on Monday

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    Join museum Curator Carl Aldrich at 1 pm for a hike down the bumpy trail to Utah Statehood. "Be on the lookout for wildlife tracks along the path and hear and see wildlife as they welcome you to their home ", the site reads. "We encourage people to wear layers, cover hands, heads and cheeks, and join us for a "brisk" walk", said Ginger Murphy, deputy director for the Division of State Parks.
  • Palm Coast man rigs door to electrocute pregnant wife, deputies say

    Palm Coast man rigs door to electrocute pregnant wife, deputies say

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    Deputies say Wilson also stole a firearm that belonged to his father-in-law. The woman told deputies she spoke to Wilson the next day who said he had went to OH to visit family, but deputies said he was seen in Tennessee. Wilson's wife told police he told her, "when you go up, make sure you use the front door because the garage door is not going to open" and "make sure [redacted] isn't with you because I don't want her getting hurt".
  • UN Security Council denies global port access to 4 North Korean ships

    UN Security Council denies global port access to 4 North Korean ships

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    The Lighthouse Winmore last visited South Korea on October 11th, where it was chartered by a Taiwanese company called the Billions Bunker Group to take a shipment of Japanese refined oil products to Taiwan. The South Korean announcement comes just a day after U.S. President Donald Trump tweeted that he was "very disappointed" that China is allowing oil to go into North Korea.