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Envision Healthcare Corporation earned a news sentiment score of 0.04 on Accern's scale. Alyeska Investment Group, L.p. downsized its position by shedding 262,999 shares a decrease of 59.3% in the quarter. The company reported $0.79 EPS for the quarter, topping the Zacks' consensus estimate of $0.75 by $0.04. During the same period a year ago, the company posted $0.34 EPS.
  • James Harden giving $1M for Harvey relief

    James Harden giving $1M for Harvey relief

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    Seventy percent of Harris County, which encompasses Houston , at one point was covered with 18 inches (45 cm) or more of water, county officials said. "We signed it and now it's going through a very quick, hopefully quick process". He also requested prayers for the healing of individuals, rebuilding of communities, and the restoration of the region struck by the disastrous storm.
  • Man blames cough medicine after wife murdered in North Carolina home

    Man blames cough medicine after wife murdered in North Carolina home

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    During the 911 call, Phelps said he thinks he killed his wife in a dream and woke up to find himself covered in blood and her dead on the floor. Matthew was transported to Wake County jail. "Patient safety is our top priority, and we continually monitor adverse events regarding all of our products", Bayer told the network. Christopher Christopher Loder, a spokesman with the Bayer Corporation, which manufactures Coricidin, issued a statement this week that said there is no evidence to ...
  • Trump is 'not my bride,' Putin says

    Trump is 'not my bride,' Putin says

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    Trump's administration has said it can not accept North Korea as a nuclear-armed power with missiles capable of reaching United States cities - but recent tests have shown the limits of its options. US ambassador to the United Nations . That could also create a problem in the security alliance to oppose North Korea's nuclear missile program. In a phone conversation on Monday with South Korean President Moon Jae-In, Trump said he would support "in principle" the US ally fitting its ...
  • Tropical Storms Jose and Katia Threaten the Caribbean

    Tropical Storms Jose and Katia Threaten the Caribbean

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    By 5 p.m., Jose was heading westward at a 17 miles per hour clip and packing 75 miles per hour winds, according to a National Hurricane Center update. Some strengthening is forecast during the next 48 hours and Jose could become a hurricane by Friday. The massive Category 5 storm has measured winds of 180 miles per hour.
  • GOP Candidate Slammed After Boasting Whiteness as Qualification

    GOP Candidate Slammed After Boasting Whiteness as Qualification

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    The 53-year-old also reportedly said , "I don't think we should encourage more lower-income people to [come to] Charlotte ..." The chairman of the North Carolina Republican Party Tuesday condemned a Facebook post from a Charlotte Republican mayoral candidate who listed one of her qualifications as being "white".
  • Trump pulls back threat to shutdown government over border wall - for now

    Trump pulls back threat to shutdown government over border wall - for now

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    Multiple Congressional committees as well as the FBI are investigating Russia's meddling in the last election and suspicions of the Trump campaign's collusion in it. There is no time to waste. At least 440,000 Texans (paywall) have applied for aid from the federal disaster agency, FEMA. "The dollar has been weakening for a variety of reasons, but this certainly wouldn't make it more attractive if it looked like the United States couldn't do its basic functions as the provider of the ...
  • Trump pledges $1 million personally for hurricane relief, White House says

    Trump pledges $1 million personally for hurricane relief, White House says

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    Estimates for longer-term rebuilding costs will take weeks or month to prepare, but the magnitude of the disaster could rival or exceed the damage from Hurricane Katrina in 2005, which cost taxpayers $110 billion. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin told broadcaster CNBC on Thursday that the impact of Hurricane Harvey spending could bring forward the deadline by which the nation's debt ceiling needs to be raised by "a couple of days".
  • Charlottesville council votes to move 2nd Confederate statue

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    The vote of 5-0 which took place yesterday (September 5) is also expected to speed up the relocation of Robert E Lee's statue, which sparked violent protests last month . However, the Virginia law prohibiting the removal of the statues is now going through court, and there is no word yet on the ruling. The resolution was passed after being introduced by three of the city's four black councilmembers.
  • Talking is not the answer, says Trump on N Korea

    Talking is not the answer, says Trump on N Korea

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    American B-1B bombers and F-35s, along with Korean and Japanese military aircraft, overflew the Korean Peninsula early Thursday morning in what military leaders characterized as a direct response to North Korea's launch of a ballistic missile over Japan earlier this week.
  • Buffalo Wild Wings Inc

    Buffalo Wild Wings Inc

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    The rating was upgraded by Jefferies on Monday, July 10 to "Buy". As per Friday, September 30, the company rating was initiated by Mizuho. 4,000 shares were sold by Thiers Bernard, worth $927,120 on Friday, March 17. BNP Paribas Arbitrage, SA divested its stake by selling 4,348 shares a decrease of 97.5% from 03/31/2017 to 06/30/2017. Stifel Fincl invested in 3,254 shares.
  • Eagle Creek Fire suspect identified, fire likely started from misuse of fireworks

    Eagle Creek Fire suspect identified, fire likely started from misuse of fireworks

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    The National Weather Service has an air quality alert in place until at least 6 p.m. Tuesday. Firefighters have not been able to work on the fire directly due to steep, unsafe conditions. Warrendale, Dodson, Larch Mountain, and East Corbett have already been told to "go" with Latourell and Bridal Veil told to get ready to go. The only way to get the hikers out was through a longer, more hard 14-mile route.
  • Amnesty: Over 300 Civilians Killed by Boko Haram since April

    Amnesty: Over 300 Civilians Killed by Boko Haram since April

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    One of the four University of Maiduguri (UNIMAID ) lecturers, Dr. Yusuf Solomon Nehemiah, abducted by suspected Boko Haram terrorists at Borno Yesu, along Gubio, Magumeri road in northern Borno has written his wife, directing her to name his new born male child after his father, Nehemiah.
  • Jay-Z, festival attendees serenade Beyonce for her birthday

    Jay-Z, festival attendees serenade Beyonce for her birthday

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    Not only did former (and FOREVER) First Lady Michelle Obama (above, right) get in Formation by donning Queen Bey's outfit from the famous music vid, so did... The photos were posted on Beyoncé's website alongside with a pledge to support the Houston relief efforts. Her announcement gained millions of likes within a few hours, breaking the world record for the most liked Instagram post.
  • N. Korea vows to respond with 'counteroffensive' to fresh sanctions

    N. Korea vows to respond with 'counteroffensive' to fresh sanctions

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    The test on Sunday of what Pyongyang described as a hydrogen bomb demonstrated North Korea's "accelerating and unprecedented campaign" of unlawful missile launches and nuclear tests, the alliance said in a strongly worded statement. American diplomats said they hope the resolution can be brought to a vote within one week. Wang Naiyan, the former chairman of the China Nuclear Society, said, "Another test might cause the whole mountain to cave in on itself, leaving only a hole from which ...
  • Second Round Of NAFTA Talks Conclude

    Second Round Of NAFTA Talks Conclude

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    Negotiators overhauling the North American Free Trade Agreement said they would have "results" by the end of the month, but left some of the stickiest issues hanging as they wrapped up their latest talks. While the U.S.is suggesting a deal can be completed by the end of this year, many see the slow progress as an indication of a much longer negotiation process.
  • Pope's plane changes flight path to avoid hurricane

    Pope's plane changes flight path to avoid hurricane

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    Alitalia's original plan for the more than 12-hour flight to Colombia was to cross the Atlantic, then fly over US territorial waters and Puerto Rico, the Antilles and Venezuela before landing in Bogota, Colombia. Religious leaders, he said, should initiate and support programs dedicated to promoting the common good, which includes respect for the sanctity of human life and human rights, including religious freedom and freedom of expression.
  • Free lunch now will be provided for all NYC students

    Free lunch now will be provided for all NYC students

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    The New York City Department of Education announced Wednesday that all public school students, regardless of family income, will receive free lunch . A broad coalition of parent organizations and elected officials, including the five borough presidents , City Council Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito, Public Advocate Leticia James, and City Council members, have advocated for more than a year for the city to make the free lunch program available to every child.
  • Geneva Advisors LLC Has $706000 Position in Fifth Third Bancorp (NASDAQ:FITB)

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    The stock decreased 0.94% or $0.39 on September 1, reaching $41.18. Howe And Rusling holds 0.03% or 4,073 shares. Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) has risen 62.48% since September 6, 2016 and is uptrending. Nicholas Company Inc bought 50,740 shares as the company's stock rose 7.09% with the market. The firm has "Hold" rating by Oppenheimer given on Friday, July 21.