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Searchers found his partner and his boat, but Kayler is still missing. Kisiah was found alive on the shore in Pahokee at about 11:30 p.m. Thursday along with the pair's capsized boat. Kisiah competed in FLW competitions for nine years, while Kayler competed in 61 FLW events as a co-angler. The boat that the anglers were competing is a dark-colored Ranger Z521 with a red Evinrude G2 outboard.
  • Time to Reconsider Raytheon Company (NYSE:RTN) After Less Short Sellers?

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    Raytheon Company ( RTN ) shares Jumped 0.95% and ended the day at $190.09. It has outperformed by 7.33% the S&P500. 455 are owned by Hudock Capital Group Inc Limited. The company's ATR (Average True Range) is 2.17. It also upped V F Corp (NYSE:VFC) stake by 95,755 shares and now owns 4.30M shares. A number of equities analysts have commented on the company.
  • 4 women accuse filmmaker Paul Haggis of sexual misconduct

    4 women accuse filmmaker Paul Haggis of sexual misconduct

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    Breest into a bedroom where he began violently to try and remove her tights". A December 2017 civil lawsuit charging the Oscar-winning filmmaker with rape has prompted three other women to come forward with their own accusations, including a publicist who says he forced her to perform oral sex, then raped her.
  • Twitter Shares Statement on Why Trump Still Hasn't Been Banned

    Twitter Shares Statement on Why Trump Still Hasn't Been Banned

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    However, Twitter rules do offer special exemptions to violence and allow tweets involving acts of war, military attacks, state-sanctioned executions, and natural disasters, but does not allow posts that "glorify violence". Trump, who has exchanged a series of threats and insults with the Pyongyang regime since previous year, tweeted late Tuesday that he, too, has a "nuclear button" that is "much bigger and more powerful" than the one North Korean leader Kim Jong-un has.
  • USA calls for overhaul of trade deal with S.Korea

    USA calls for overhaul of trade deal with S.Korea

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    During Friday's session, the United States sought better market access for autos and auto parts was well as ways to reduce the its rising trade deficit with Korea. Although Trump has threatened to withdraw from KORUS, Lighthizer has said he would rather work on improving the deal. According to local media reports, the US demanded the removal of non-tariff barriers in South Korea's auto industry, .
  • Donald Trump: China 'Caught Red Handed' Selling Oil to North Korea

    Donald Trump: China 'Caught Red Handed' Selling Oil to North Korea

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    All 15 members of the Security Council, including Russian Federation and China, for the latest sanctioning resolution in December, which banned ship-to-ship transfers. The newspaper said the ship was registered in Malaysia until mid-2017 and then switched to Panama. Its crew is suspected of transferring about 600 tons of refined petroleum products to a North Korean vessel in the East China Sea the previous month.
  • Johnson & Johnson (JNJ) Shares Bought by Fort Pitt Capital Group LLC

    Johnson & Johnson (JNJ) Shares Bought by Fort Pitt Capital Group LLC

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    The stock traded with the average Volume of 5.32 Million at the end of last session. Psagot Investment House Ltd sold 3,105 shares as the company's stock rose 6.85% with the market. Fdx Advisors has 5,346 shares for 0.01% of their portfolio. Veritas Management Limited Liability Partnership has 3,530 shares for 0.06% of their portfolio.
  • Kanjurmarg's Cinevista studio gutted in fire

    Kanjurmarg's Cinevista studio gutted in fire

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    According to a report in a portal, eight fire engines were rushed to the spot immediately and an ambulance was also present at the site. Financial losses could be calculated later. On December 5, a report by the Mumbai fire department stated that flying embers from illegal hookah being served at Mojo's Bistro was the probable cause of the deadly blaze at Kamala Mills.
  • Twitter explains why it won't ban Trump

    Twitter explains why it won't ban Trump

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    This is the first official response from Twitter on its policy regarding Trump and other world leaders. Further, Twitter stated that a decision to shut down an account controlled by a country's leader " would also not silence that leader, but it would certainly hamper necessary discussion around their words and actions ".
  • Fire lieutenant, civilian killed in North Philly fire

    Fire lieutenant, civilian killed in North Philly fire

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    NBC10 had reported that a firefighter died when a portion of the rowhouse reportedly collapsed, trapping him and another firefighter inside. Authorities said three firefighters were also injured, including one critically. Fire Commissioner Adam Thiel, Mayor Kenney and city Managing Director Michael DiBerardinis are scheduled to address reporters at 1:30 p.m.at Temple University Hospital, where firefighters were taken.
  • Florida sees first snow in decades as storm hits the South

    Florida sees first snow in decades as storm hits the South

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    The National Weather Service issued a winter storm warning for the first time in almost four years. Traffic cameras across north-central Florida showed snowflakes falling, too, although it wasn't much - as of 8:30 a.m., the National Weather Service in Tallahassee was reporting a whopping 0.1 inches of "snow/sleet accumulation" on the roof of their building.
  • Frozen Iguanas Falling From Trees Due to Cold Snap in Florida

    Frozen Iguanas Falling From Trees Due to Cold Snap in Florida

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    And there are cautionary tales. "When the temperature goes down, they literally shut down, and they can no longer hold on to the trees", Ron Magill , communications director for Zoo Miami, told The New York Times . so if you want to help, take care. "Even if they look dead as a doornail - they're gray and stiff - as soon as it starts to heat up and they get hit by the sun rays, it's this rejuvenation", he said.
  • Security Council meets to discuss Iran protests

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    Iran's army chief declared yesterday that police had already quelled anti-government unrest that has killed 21 people but that his troops were ready to intervene if needed, as Tehran staged more pro-government rallies. "The people don't want an Islamic Republic of Iran, they just want a Republic of Iran". "We want to see them step away from a regime that continues to menace the world", he was quoted as saying in a January 3 interview with Voice of America.
  • Gael Monfils survives hard fought quarterfinal in Doha

    Gael Monfils survives hard fought quarterfinal in Doha

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    To me it happened when I had to close out the (first) set. "I know I can have a very tough first round". The 31-year-old, who arrived in Qatar after a four-month break due to a knee injury, dominated throughout. 6. "I had a long rest and (to) come back strong in 2018 was a goal". The fifth-ranked Thiem, the only remaining seeded player in the draw, did not drop a set on the way to the semifinals.
  • Four people detained after fatal hot air balloon crash

    Four people detained after fatal hot air balloon crash

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    The dead tourist was a 34-year-old South African man, while the injured included five Australians, four French nationals, two South Africans, two Argentinians and a Brazilian. In 2016, balloon flights were temporarily halted in the city after more than 20 people were injured in a similar accident. Over the years, Egypt has tightened safety rules for balloon rides, which are now monitored by cameras and banned from flying above 2,000 meters (6,562 feet).
  • Pak blacklists Hafiz Saeed's JuD, 71 other terror groups amid United States pressure

    Pak blacklists Hafiz Saeed's JuD, 71 other terror groups amid United States pressure

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    The move comes after the U.S. increased pressure on Pakistan to move decisively against all militants groups allegedly operating from its soil. Trump pushing Pak closer to China: media US President Donald Trump's recent outburst on Pakistan will further boost economic and defence ties between Beijing and Islamabad , including China acquiring a Pakistani military base close to Iran's Chabahar port, a Chinese media report said.
  • USA denies reports of already freezing UNRWA funds

    USA denies reports of already freezing UNRWA funds

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    Earlier this week, Trump conditioned the continuation of U.S. aid to one of the primary sources of humanitarian aid for Palestinian refugees on Mahmoud Abbas's government "coming to the negotiation table" in a bombshell tweet. While Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has yet to publicly address the reports of slashed American funding to UNRWA, Channel 10 reported Thursday that he is privately urging the USA not to go through with the cuts.
  • Legendary astronaut John Young, who walked on moon, dies

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    He flew to the moon twice and walked on its surface, according to NASA officials. He also once famously smuggled a corned beef sandwich on to a space flight as a gift for a fellow astronaut. "He went to space six times in the Gemini, Apollo & Space Shuttle programs". In total, he logged more than 25,00 hours flying time. He never went to space again.
  • Salman Khan appears in Jodhpur court for hearing in blackbuck poaching case

    Salman Khan appears in Jodhpur court for hearing in blackbuck poaching case

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    Prior to this case, Salman Khan was spotted in the court where he had arrived to sign the bail papers after the state challenged the trial court's decision of acquitting the actor under the Arms Act. "I will flee from police custody whenever I want but I am not escaping from custody anytime soon", he claimed. Lawrence Bishnoi, a gangster from Rajasthan, issued a death threat to Salman Khan .
  • USA fails to get UNSC action on Iranian protests

    USA fails to get UNSC action on Iranian protests

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    Iranian Ambassador Gholamali Khoshroo also said the US had abused its power as a permanent member of the Security Council by calling for a meeting to discuss the protests. "We will not be quiet". Haley said "the people of Iran are rising up" and "if the founding principles of this institution mean anything, we will not only hear their cry, we will finally answer it".