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French concept store Colette calls it a day


And the tidy, colorful store was responsible for giving Rue St. -Honoré, which is lined with upscale stores like Hermès and Goyard, a little edge. Its premises will be taken over by Saint Laurent, who famously threatened to sue Colette four years ago when they ran a line of parody T-shirts bearing the legend "Ain't Laurent Without Yves" after the death of the label's founder, Yves Saint Laurent. Read More »

Clash over selfies taken by macaque monkey returns to court


A three-judge panel of the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in San Francisco heard the weird case on Wednesday after a judge ruled against the monkey Naruto previous year. "We have to look at the word "authorship" in the broadest sense", he said. Attorney Angela Dunning , who represents Blurb, said they're not concerned about the case being retried, and that they feel optimistic. Read More »

Four servicemembers killed in MS plane crash identified


The Marine Corps just informed us that our Son SSGT William Joseph Kundrat was killed in the plane crash yesterday in Mississippi. Among the dead were six Marines and one Navy sailor from the Marines' special operations command, who were heading for pre-deployment training. Read More »

NYC To Spend $32 Million To Reduce Rat Population


The city has identified three: Grand Concourse section of the Bronx, Chinatown/East Village/Lower East Side in Manhattan, and Bushwick/Bedford-Stuyvesant in Brooklyn. The price tag for each is $7,000. Mayor de Blasio said those areas will get new, solar-powered trash compactors that work like mailboxes and are completely sealed, to replace the traditional wire baskets on street corners. Read More »

In reversal, Afghan girls will be allowed into United States for robotics competition


But following public outcry over the Afghan girls' inability to attend the event, the United States president urged U.S. authorities to reverse course, according to USA media. Joining a chorus of those who welcomed the reversal, his daughter Ivanka posted on Twitter "I look forward to welcoming this brilliant team of Afghan girls, and their competitors, to Washington DC next week!" He thanked the White House and the State Department for clearing the obstacles to the Afghan and Gambian ... Read More »

Colbert's Late Show Russia Week Starts Monday, Comrades


Colbert also brought out his chalkboard, or the "Figure-It-Out-a-Tron", as he calls it, to help him diagram the controversy Trump Jr .is in involving Russian Federation. Finally, you'll get to see the host's visits to Moscow and St. Petersburg, where he gets some face-to-face time with the Russian people. Trump Jr., however, had an excuse for the meeting: they were talking about adoption. Read More »

Sanders won't rule out 2020 run


Sanders told the host of "Make It Plain with Mark Thompson " that while it's too early to make a definitive statement about whether he'll run, he is "not taking it off the table". "The issue of today, in my view, is to try to address some of the concerns that I raised about the collapsing middle class, massive levels of income inequality, being the only major country not to guarantee health care to all people - that's what we focus on". Read More »

Does $11.86 justifies Hertz Global Holdings, Inc. (HTZ) shares?

Moving average strategies are also popular and can be tailored to any time frame, suiting both long term investors and short-term traders. MKM Partners reissued a "buy" rating and issued a $22.00 price target on shares of Hertz Global Holdings in a research note on Wednesday, June 28th. Read More »

China to set up first military base on foreign soil


The African nation of Djibouti serves as a gateway to the Suez Canal, one of the most trafficked shipping lanes in the world. Naval force administrator Shen Jinlong "read a request on developing the base in Djibouti" yet the report did not state when the base may formally start operations. Read More »

China sends troops to Djibouti in Africa


Their destination? The port of Djibouti, here in the Horn of Africa. Construction began in February 2016. China has been actively participating in anti-piracy measures in the region, with a reported 16,000 sailors and 1,300 marines serving in the Gulf of Aden between 2008 and 2015. Read More »

Writer Claims Chelsea Clinton Stole Book Idea


Her version looks like a ninth-grade homework assignment. He claims that instead of publishing his book, Loja handed the idea off to Chelsea Clinton, who ran with it. According to court documents lodged in New York and obtained by MailOnline , the author is demanding $150,000 in damages as well as profits from Clinton's new feminist children's book which is now number one in the New York Times best-selling children's books chart. Read More »

Voters trust the media slightly more than the scandal-ridden Trump administration


Slightly more Americans today than shortly after President Trump's inauguration in January (28%) say the media are not being tough enough on Trump. Fifty-three percent of registered voters said they were somewhat or very concerned about improper relations between the Trump administration and Russian Federation, while only 38 percent said they were not very concerned or not concerned at all. Read More »

TMZ obtains video of Bills DT Adolphus Washington's arrest


Washington is told to remove his seatbelt but Washington says he does not want to move as he hold his hands above his head. Both the officer and Washington were calm as they talked in the police auto. I saw you reach for it. The officer asks as Washington sits handcuffed in the rear the cruiser. "Ninety-nine percent of the time, what would have happened tonight?" asked the officer. Read More »

US Senate Judiciary chairman to call ex-Trump aide Manafort to testify


Sen. Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa, questioned Wednesday how the Russian attorney who met with Donald Trump Jr. a year ago entered the United States after being denied a visa previously. "Feinstein and I have the power to issue a subpoena", Grassley said Wednesday. That email led to the June 9, 2016 meeting, at which Trump Jr. later said no meaningful information was provided. Read More »

Navy rescues Jumbo at sea


With Wildlife Department officials providing the necessary instructions, the Navy personnel were able to safely direct the elephant towards the coast. The rescue came six weeks after the navy and local residents saved a pod of 20 pilot whales who became stranded in nearby Trincomalee, a natural harbour that is popular for whale watching. Read More »

N wants transparent accountability without discrimination: minister


Maryam Nawaz Sharif, daughter of the prime minister, in her latest tweet also said that the prime minister would not step down. Informed sources further said that he hasn't met any active leader of the ruling party. On the other hand, Khawaja Asif who is considered close to the Prime Minister has advised the PM not to tender resignation, the reports revealed. He said that huge funds were allocated for the investigation but the report is still incomplete. Read More »

US missile hits test target as North Korea tension rises


North Korea's leader Kim Jong Un hosted a banquet featuring pop music Sunday to celebrate the country's first successful launch of an intercontinental ballistic missile ( ICBM ). But Mr Trump took a markedly conciliatory tone at a meeting with Chinese President Xi Jinping at the G20 summit over the weekend. It also comes after Donald Trump met with Chinese President Xi Jinping at the G20 summit in Hamburg on Saturday, with the United States president calling it an " excellent " ... Read More »

Doctor pleads guilty in federal child porn case

Nassar will be sentenced on November 27 over the child pornography charges. The former doctor is also being sued by more than 100 women or girls, mostly former gymnasts, who claim he molested them during appointments. A former doctor on the US Olympic gymnastics team has tried, and nearly succeeded, in a plea bargain that would have seen charges of sexually assaulting as many as 90 team members dropped. Read More »

NY resident recently diagnosed with fatal tick-borne virus dies


A NY resident recent diagnosed with Powassan virus, a rare but deadly tick-borne disease, has died, according to the NY state Department of Health . The Centers for Disease Control confirmed two southern IN residents have tested positive for Heartland virus; one IN 2015 and one this year. Read More »

LG Q Series Smartphones Now Official


While the Q6 should be more affordable than the flagship G6 it's not quite a G6 mini as rumours predicted. Now the Korean company has come out with the Q series phones, all three of them and fitted them all with the same set of hardware and the sizes of the phones are also the same. Read More »

Tension soars as Bajrang Dal men slap Hisar imam


It was alleged that some Bajrang Dal activists started raising slogans of " Bharat Mata ki jai " and asked a Muslim youth returning after offering namaz to do the same, media reports said. We are investigating the matter. "Would like to say to government, if revenge for Amarnath attack does not happen in 15 days, will have to take law in our hands to protect pilgrims", said Govind Prashar of Bajrang Dal. Read More »

Janney Capital Management LLC Has $672000 Stake in Intel Corporation

The total value of its holdings decreased 7.5%. Sanders Capital Llc bought 3.42M shares as the company's stock declined 2.96% while stock markets rallied. It is down 0.00% since July 12, 2016 and is. Its down 0.02, from 1.15 in 2016Q3. It is negative, as 79 investors sold INTC shares while 690 reduced holdings. Read More »