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Pacific territory of Guam . The dollar carried over its weakness from overnight trading overseas, where dollar selling gathered steam following a news report citing US intelligence officials as saying that North Korea has succeeded in making a nuclear warhead that is small enough to be mounted on its missiles.
  • Memorial service for former Texas Gov. Mark White today

    Memorial service for former Texas Gov. Mark White today

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    White passed away Saturday after a long battle with kidney cancer. Luci Baines Johnson, a daughter of ex-President Lyndon B. Johnson, said White may have retired from public office but never retired from public service. Five years later, he was elected as Texas' attorney general, and then in 1982 defeated Republican incumbent Bill Clements for the governorship. There, he will lay in state in the Capitol rotunda from noon until 3 p.m.
  • North Korea tensions drag down stocks but boost gold

    North Korea tensions drag down stocks but boost gold

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    Globally, France's CAC 40 share index fell 1.5 percent by the afternoon; Germany's DAX fell 1.3 percent. The FTSE 100 ended 44.67 points lower at 7498.06. "In our estimation North Korea will be able to complete its intercontinental nuclear missile tests by 2018". "Geopolitical risks don't really influence Korean markets", he said.
  • BC RCMP investigating multiple shootings in Surrey, Richmond

    BC RCMP investigating multiple shootings in Surrey, Richmond

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    There have been three shootings in Surrey's Cloverdale and Fleetwood neighbourhoods in less than 24 hours. Police who were called to the 7000-block 180th St. Police are calling the shooting a targeted incident. "Shots-fired investigations are a priority", said Schumann. This is the third shooting, following two others in Clayton Heights .
  • Senior Trump Adviser Explains Why The President Threatened North Korea

    Senior Trump Adviser Explains Why The President Threatened North Korea

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    Tensions between the United States and North Korea have escalated in recent months after Pyongyang conducted a series of missile launches and nuclear tests in violation of UN Security Council resolutions. " Donald Trump should be relieved of the powers of the presidency at the earliest date". Schaefer says it's important for recently tightened U.N.
  • International Business Machines Corporation

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    International Business Machines Corporation (NYSE: IBM ) has a market cap of $132.86 billion and over the last 12 months, IBM has declined by -12.3%. International Business Machines Corporation (IBM ) knifed -0.95 percent lower and now trades for $142.11.
  • Metro Atlanta schools districts face school bus driver shortage

    Metro Atlanta schools districts face school bus driver shortage

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    Student transportation call center operators are prepared to take calls from parents who are having issues with pickup and drop-offs. OPS says they do these dry runs every year to adjust the schedules for the first day. It's a split shift and requires a lot of patience, all reasons school officials say this year is especially hard finding drivers. For many students across our region, the school bus is their primary method of transportation to and from school.
  • Corea del Nord, Trump esalta arsenale nucleare Usa

    Corea del Nord, Trump esalta arsenale nucleare Usa

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    La Cina non vuole quindi "giocare con il fuoco" con la questione nord-coreana e lancia l'avvertimento a Washington e Pyongyang di moderare i toni . 9 su 10 da parte di 34 recensori Corea del Nord . Il miglior segnale che la Corea del Nord potrebbe dare per dimostrare che è pronta a negoziare con gli Stati Uniti sarebbe quello di interrompere i lanci missilistici: lo ha detto il Segretario di Stato americano Rex Tillerson a Manila.