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Also, earnings of $5.15 per share failed to match the $5.31 analysts were looking for. Overall, the dip in GS shares offers a strong buying opportunity for dividend investors, supported by increasing revenue and earnings . Almost every one of Goldman's major businesses did worse on a year-over-year basis, leading many to wonder whether Goldman's businesses, which rely more heavily on its investment-banking and trading-roots, were fundamentally challenged.
  • Bill O'Reilly Out at Fox News After Sex Harassment Allegations

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    Rowe Price (TROW.O), pulled their advertising from O'Reilly's show. O'Reilly could be totally innocent but when advertisers abandon ship, it's over. The National Geographic channel has turned several of O'Reilly's books into TV movies. Bill O'Reilly is leaving as of today after what our parent company, 21st Century Fox , called an extensive review of sexual harassment allegations against him, allegations that O'Reilly again today called completely unfounded.
  • Fox News Fires Bill O'Reilly

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    Longtime Fox critics don't see it. Fox News has a "culture of harassment that did not start and does not end with Bill O'Reilly", said Rashad Robinson, executive director of the activist group Color of Change, which pressured advertisers to leave his show.
  • Another death row inmate's life spared in Arkansas

    Another death row inmate's life spared in Arkansas

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    Inmates Bruce Ward (top row L to R), Don Davis, Ledell Lee, Stacy Johnson, Jack Jones (bottom row L to R), Marcel Williams, Kenneth Williams and Jason Mcgehee are shown in these booking photo provided March 21, 2017. Their strategy to win stays of execution is in marked contrast to the first two inmates who faced the death chamber in Arkansas and were spared Monday by arguing they should not be put to death because of mental health issues.
  • Aaron Hernandez Found Dead in Prison

    Aaron Hernandez Found Dead in Prison

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    The inmate was in a single cell in general population housing. He said that he'd be conducting his own investigation into the situation, but honestly I doubt how thorough that will be. But he was coming off a legal victory, after being acquitted Friday in a 2012 double murder in Boston . Just last week, Hernandez was moved to tears when he was acquitted of murder charges in the shooting deaths of Daniel de Abreu and Safiro Furtado in July 2012, which prosecutors said were fueled by ...
  • Novice Democrat tops Georgia race, but faces runoff

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    As the midnight hour approached, Jon Ossoff, a young Democratic upstart, was sitting at just over 50 percent - with 71,970 Ossoff votes out of 143,890 ballots, the investigative film executive is at 50.32, just enough to avoid a June 20 runoff.
  • San Bernardino school shooting: 911 calls released

    San Bernardino school shooting: 911 calls released

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    The visitor restrictions come a week after Cedric Anderson, the estranged husband of special education teacher Karen Smith, entered the school on April 10 and shot her and two pupils. "Nolan Brandy has been released from hospital and will continue his recovery in the comfort of his home", SBCUSD spokesperson Maria Garcia said. Nolan and another student, 8-year-old Jonathan Martinez, were behind Smith and were hit by gunfire.
  • Trump signs law rolling back USA abortion clinics funding protection

    Trump signs law rolling back USA abortion clinics funding protection

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    We thank President Trump, Vice President Pence, who cast the tie breaking vote last month, as well as the women who led this effort in Congress, Rep. Diane Black and Sen. In practice, what this bill does is open the door for states to restrict these people from choosing certain health care providers - which may be, in many cases, the only health care provider nearby, the one they trust, or the only one that they can afford.
  • Louis police chief decides to retire after mayor meeting

    Louis police chief decides to retire after mayor meeting

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    Newly elected Mayor Lynda Krewson announced Wednesday, April 19, 2017 that Dotson, who presided over the police department through the often tumultuous period since the police shooting of Michael Brown in nearby Ferguson, Mo., is retiring. Police report that officers were called t. JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) - The Missouri House has given initial approval to a proposal that sets stricter req.
  • Many Veterans Gained Health Care Through The Affordable Care Act

    Many Veterans Gained Health Care Through The Affordable Care Act

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    To make health care more affordable for low-income Americans, the Affordable Care Act provided insurers with "cost-sharing reductions" - federal payments that defray the cost of deductibles and copays for more than 7 million Americans. I don't want people to get hurt ... These remarks made insurers nervous. Insurers met with Seema Verma, the Medicare administrator, to press the importance of these subsidies.
  • Previous champ Meb Keflezighi finishes 13th at Boston Marathon

    Previous champ Meb Keflezighi finishes 13th at Boston Marathon

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    Switzer won the New York Marathon in 1974 and continued to run Boston until 1976 before providing TV commentary for the next 37 years. Her time of 2 hours, 23 minutes cleared Kara Goucher's record of 2:25:53 easily, and was good for third among women Monday, just over a minute behind victor Edna Kiplagat.