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It was 51 percent in April. The proposal for talks came after the North said it conducted its first test of an intercontinental ballistic missile on July 4, and said it had mastered the technology to mount a nuclear warhead on it. Bush administration in October 2008 after it was certified not to have provided any support for global terrorism during the preceding six-month period, with assurances by the North "that it would not support acts of worldwide terrorism in the future".
  • Young reacts to Senate health care bill failure

    Young reacts to Senate health care bill failure

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    Dean Heller (R-NV), one of the more moderate Republican senators who was undecided on the Senate repeal bill before it failed earlier this week. "But what I want to disabuse any of you of is the notion that we will not have that vote next week". The president said that any Republican senator who remains opposed to debating the Senate bill is signaling to their constituents that they are simply "fine with Obamacare".
  • Golden Retriever puppy is born with green fur

    Golden Retriever puppy is born with green fur

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    The pup was named "Forest" by her owner, Louise Sutherland, due to her uniquely colored fur. It is caused by a bile pigment called biliverdin that is found in the placenta of dogs which can stain the puppy's coat when it mixes with the mother's amniotic fluid - the liquid that protects her pups.
  • Wisconsin made fire engine makes White House call

    Wisconsin made fire engine makes White House call

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    Helen Aguirre Ferre, the White House director of media affairs, told reporters that the special week would kick off on Monday with a showcase of products made in all 50 states, the Associated Press reported. "Steel is a big problem", Trump told reporters last week. US Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross is leading the investigation. A White House official, who requested anonymity to discuss the "Made in America" week events before they occurred, said Sunday there is no specific timeline for ...
  • Out-of-bounds O'Meara gets Open off to bad start

    Out-of-bounds O'Meara gets Open off to bad start

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    But the back injury he suffered during a staircase fall at his rental home in Georgia ruled him out of the year's first major. His form in the Open has been consistent if not dominating, a tie for second place behind Darren Clarke in 2011 and a pair of top 10s in 2012 and 2016 being his best finishes in the oldest major of them all.
  • Park Hotels & Resorts Inc (PK) EPS Estimated At $0.78

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    Its down 0.11, from 1.09 in 2016Q3. This is a strategic fit as with this extension of maturity, the company has no meaningful debt maturities till Sep 2020. Manufacturers Life Insur Co The holds 0.02% in Host Hotels and Resorts Inc (NYSE:HST) or 738,507 shares. BlackRock Inc. now owns 9,533,515 shares of the real estate investment trust's stock worth $162,736,000 after buying an additional 9,363,464 shares during the period.
  • 23-year-old woman caught with $2M worth of crystal meth

    23-year-old woman caught with $2M worth of crystal meth

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    Officers reportedly stopped 23-year-old Seline Lizbeth Ayala of Laredo for going too fast on Interstate 35 on July 12. She told the officers she was a doctor and was headed to Dallas for a meeting, police say, although that story changed as police asked for details about who she was meeting and the name of her employer.
  • United States to dismantle bases in region if sanctions against IRGC continue

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    The leader of Iran's Revolutionary Guard has warned the USA to move its military bases from within 1,000km of the country. The US has bases in Qatar and Kuwait across the Gulf from Iran and the US Fifth Fleet is based in nearby Bahrain. On Monday, Chief of Staff of the Iranian Armed Forces Major General Mohammad Hossein Baqeri cautioned the United States against the "big risk" of imposing terrorism-related sanctions on the IRGC.
  • Woman found guilty in murder of husband

    Woman found guilty in murder of husband

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    Duram had been accused of shooting her husband five times in their MI home on May 12, 2015, before turning the gun on herself in a failed suicide attempt. 'It just isn't good; just isn't good. She is expected to be sentenced on August, 28 at 1 p.m. Two years is a long time to wait for justice, ' she told Fox17.
  • NJ adds 10000-plus jobs in June as unemployment holds steady

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    The last time the state recorded a jobless rate as low as 4.8 percent was in September 2007. State Labor Commissioner Mark Butler said in a statement that Georgia's unemployment rate is the lowest it has been in nearly 10 years because employers continue to create jobs.
  • Raytheon lobbyist to be nominated for Army secretary

    Raytheon lobbyist to be nominated for Army secretary

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    Upon graduating from West Point in 1986, Esper spent more than a decade on active duty. He began his military career as an infantry officer in the 101st Airborne Division. Two previous nominees withdrew their names from consideration. The nomination problems have left the armed services without service secretaries for much of Trump's early administration.