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Netflix reported profit of US$178 million on revenue of US$2.64 billion in the first three months of this year, compared with net income of US$28 million on revenue of US$1.96 billion in the same period a year earlier. With video views of one-billion hours per day, the Google-owned streamer continues to be post numbers that even Netflix is envious of. For all its success, Netflix still has a ways to go before it catches up with HBO, the popular pay-TV channel that has served as its role ...
  • Three killed in Fresno, California, shooting spree, suspect arrested

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    Dyer said police have examined Muhammad's Facebook account, where they found "some posts that say he does not like white people" as well as others that "expressed some antigovernment sentiments". Muhammad faces four counts of murder and two counts of attempted murder, authorities said. He had been associated with gangs but was not a confirmed member, police say.
  • Sharks even series with 7-0 win over Oilers in Game 4

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    We've been there". If the first three games of the series (3-2, 2-0 and 1-0) were a coin toss, this was taking a roll of Loonies, putting it in a sock and beating Edmonton senseless with it. "We need to find a way to score", captain Joe Pavelski said. Playing with a lead for the first time all series, the Sharks were energized and dominated the play early.
  • Ibrahimovic experience is vital for Man Utd claims defender Bailly

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    Zlatan Ibrahimovic produced a moment of pure quality to set Manchester United on the way to a 3-0 victory at 10-man Sunderland as they closed the gap on the top four to just four points. Mourinho has made his frustration at those growing pains clear, publicly criticising some individuals as well as taking players to task within the dressing room.
  • Trump may be considering a new chief of staff

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    While Bannon favors Trump's controversial travel ban, and the rolling back of environmental regulations and protections for transgender students, Kushner is attempting to exert a moderating force on the president. It's a good thing Bannon loves "a gunfight" - sounds like he's got one coming. "The more appreciation you could have for what's actually happening on the ground, the more informed you are when you start talking about the strategic issues", Dunford said.
  • Trump vows to solve dairy dispute with Canada

    Trump vows to solve dairy dispute with Canada

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    Trump asked all federal agencies to re-examine the current H-1B visa system and issue new immigration rules to stop tech companies from replacing American workers with cheaper foreign labor. "It is tech that would be most affected", Sarah Pierce, an associate policy analyst at the Migration Policy Institute, told ABC News. It doesn't dictate any specifics about how to achieve the goal.
  • Lady Gaga, Prince William talk about mental health

    Lady Gaga, Prince William talk about mental health

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    The pair finished the conversation with plans to meet in October, when Lady Gaga is in the United Kingdom, to get their heads together and collaborate further on the cause. "It's really important to break open that fear and that taboo that will only lead to more problems down the line". "We have to make the strongest most relentless attempt we can to normalize mental health issues, so people feel they can come forward".
  • Arkansas governor says execution plan just part of the job

    Arkansas governor says execution plan just part of the job

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    Both men are scheduled for execution April 17, 2017. Arkansas's governor, who scheduled the executions and told the Department of Corrections to assume the court's decisions will be reversed, identifies as a Southern Baptist. The court had issued the stay on Friday. Gov. Asa Hutchinson, a Republican, had scheduled the executions to take place before the state's supply of midazolam, one of its lethal injection drugs, expires at the end of the month.
  • Good triumphs in Alec Baldwin's touching life story Nevertheless

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    In the sketch, Baldwin's O'Reilly told Trump he was a "big fan" of the USA president and thanked him for coming to his defence, "even though no one asked you to". As far as the O'Reilly matter, a spokesman for the Fox News host told The New York Times that Paul Weiss was "already retained by the company to look into all hotline calls ", and that there was "nothing special" about this matter.
  • Donald Trump praises China for helping on North Korea

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    Warning of " all-out war " if the USA takes military action, he added: "If the USA is planning a military attack against us, we will react with a nuclear pre-emptive strike by our own style and method". But John Schilling from the 38 North monitoring group said the failure was indicative of the test of a new and hitherto unknown system being developed by Kim Jong-Un's regime.
  • Vote Team Alicia! 'The Voice' Live Playoffs

    Vote Team Alicia! 'The Voice' Live Playoffs

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    It's interesting that Blake had a chance to save her but picked T Soul to join America's choices of Lauren Duski and Aliyah Moulden . Levine said she was one of his favorites this season, praising her poise. The song, as Alicia mentioned, marked Stephanie as a true artist. Blending the various genres she drifts toward, Ashley Levin chose to sing "I Can't Stand the Rain".