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This is a chance for payback for the Ducks are they lost to Nashville in seven games in the first round of the 2016 Stanley Cup playoffs. It was a costly style of playing and it might have resulted in Neal's departure from the Penguins .
  • Family kicked off JetBlue plane over birthday cake

    Family kicked off JetBlue plane over birthday cake

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    Video, obtained by ABC 7 NY reporter CeFaan Kim, showed Port Authority officers questioning the family as the Burkes tell them the cake is on the floor as flight attendants has requested. The Burke family, speaking to WABC News , denies the airline's claim that they refused to comply and used vulgar language. "When she told me I had been non-compliant, then I said, 'Ma'am, had you been drinking?' because her behavior was not normal".
  • The four people being interviewed on Saturday — FBI director job

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    On Friday, the president admitted on Twitter there had been inaccurate and conflicting statements, but then angrily suggested that all White House press briefings should be cancelled for "accuracy". But by week's end, legal scholars wondered out loud whether Trump may be guilty of obstruction of justice - a charge that featured in the articles of impeachment against Richard Nixon and Bill Clinton.
  • China's New Airliner Sets Sights on Boeing and Airbus

    China's New Airliner Sets Sights on Boeing and Airbus

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    Most are state-owned Chinese airlines. The Chinese plane is touted to rival to the Airbus A320 and Boeing 737, but a spokesman for the aircraft's maker said it can not compare. He also said it would take about three years for the C919 to get an airworthiness certificate, after which COMAC is committed to produce 20-50 of the type annually.
  • Apple has acquired dark data startup Lattice Data for $200 Million

    Apple has acquired dark data startup Lattice Data for $200 Million

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    It allowed engineers to solve data extraction, cleaning and integration problems together. We continuously push the envelope on machine learning speed and scale with our bleeding-edge systems research. Apple is using the Turi acquisition to create a base of talent around artificial intelligence and machine learning in the Seattle area, where it has been growing its footprint.
  • U.S. calls for stronger sanctions against N Korea

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    Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said North Korea's repeated missile launches were a "grave threat to our country and a clear violation of United Nations resolutions". Earlier, Japanese officials said the missile landed in the Sea of Japan but outside the country's exclusive economic zone. It comes just days after the election of a new South Korean president and as U.S., Japanese and European militaries gather for war games in the Pacific.
  • Coach buys Kate Spade for $2.4bn (£1.85bn)

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    In this Friday, Nov. 27, 2015, file photo, shoppers wait in line outside a Coach factory outlet store at the Cincinnati Premium Outlets, in Monroe, Ohio. But the union between the two NY retailers creates a luxury accessories powerhouse that also includes women's luxury footwear company, Stuart Weitzman.
  • CARNEY: The Brexit-triggered consumer slowdown has begun

    Economy

    The BoE also said on Thursday that its Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) voted 7-1 in favour of keeping rates on hold at their record low 0.25 percent, as expected in a Reuters poll. The Bank's rate-setting committee held rates at 0.25 per cent in May, but one member Kristin Forbes voted for a rise to 0.5 per cent. Economists expect that to be reflected in the BoE's new forecasts, seeing lower projections for expansion and faster price gains after the pound's depreciation since the Brexit vote ...
  • China to invest $800 bn in Belt & Road in five years

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    On financing, he said China Development Bank and the Export-Import Bank of China have extended $110 billion in loans for the Belt and Road projects by the end of 2016 and China has signed currency swap deals with the countries along the Belt and Road routes totalling 900 billion yuan.
  • France Swears in New Leader: Emmanuel Macron

    France Swears in New Leader: Emmanuel Macron

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    Outgoing French President Francois Hollande , left, greets President-elect Emmanuel Macron before the handover ceremony, at the Elysee Palace in Paris , France, Sunday, May 14, 2017. Many of them feel dispossessed as manufacturing jobs move overseas and as immigration and a fast-changing world blur their sense of a French identity.
  • Europol says cyberattack is of 'unprecedented level'

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    Friday afternoon's ransomware attack hit 200,000 victims in at least 150 countries, the head of Europe's cross-border police agency said Sunday. "They are processing a lot of sensitive data". The attack hit more than 200,000 victims, according to Europol. Microsoft released fixes for the vulnerability in March, but computers that didn't run the update were subject to the ransom attack.
  • Tensions flare as North Korea test-fires ballistic missile into Sea of Japan

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    Information for this article was contributed by staff members of The Associated Press. "( Seoul ) must show that dialogue is possible only when North Korea changes its behavior". Multiple sets of United Nations and USA sanctions against North Korea have done little to deter it from pursuing its nuclear and missile ambitions.