Future ownership of Westinghouse shrouded in doubt


Westinghouse will emerge from bankruptcy protection “very soon” but its future ownership remains shrouded in doubt as Toshiba mulls a potential sale of its US nuclear business. José Gutiérrez, chief executive of Westinghouse, said the company “was in a much better situation” than many people imagined and hoped to emerge from the US Chapter 11 process once a restructuring plan ...

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Trump to campaign with Luther Strange in U.S. Senate race in Alabama


Sen. Luther Strange waves to constituents before a Republican primary candidate forum, in Pelham, Ala., on Aug 4, 2017.  (AP Photo/Brynn Anderson, File) President Trump is putting his political capital on the line in a big way in Alabama’s closely contested Senate race. The president, who has previously endorsed Sen. Luther Strange (R), said he will travel to Huntsville, Ala., ...

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BIG3 Sues Champions League For Defamation


Big3 Sues Champions League Quit Lying About Our League!!! 9/15/2017 11:57 AM PDT EXCLUSIVE BIG3‘s punching back at accusations it broke a deal with a competitor, and it’s now suing that league for defamation. Ice Cube‘s BIG3 slapped Champions League with a lawsuit after the CL claimed its league can’t get off the ground and blamed the BIG3 for allegedly breaking ...

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Equifax says almost 400,000 Britons hit in data breach


Image copyright Reuters Image caption The massive data breach is being investigated by US and UK data watchdogs Data about British people “may potentially have been accessed” during the data breach at the US credit rating firm Equifax. The UK arm of the organisation said files containing information on “fewer than 400,000” UK consumers was accessed in the breach. Last ...

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Subway Explosion: 22 Wounded as Terrorists Attack London Yet Again


Today London police are investigating what they’re calling a terrorist attack on the subway. Twenty-two people were taken to the hospital after an explosion went off in the Parsons Green underground train station in West London, setting one train on fire. The ambulance service says none of the injuries is thought to be serious or life-threatening. Police were alerted to ...

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Keeping clean technology clean


September 14, 2017 by Harrison Mitchell and Nicholas Garrett, RCS Global The news that China will follow the UK and France in phasing out fossil-fuel powered cars by 2030 was met by a spike in lithium prices this week, as markets digested another sign that the future of auto will be lithium-ion powered. Coverage of this shift has been largely ...

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Trump’s die-hard supporters are fuming after an apparent about-face on ‘dreamers’


Senate Minority Leader Charles Schumer (D-N.Y.) talks with President Trump in the Oval Office on Sept. 6. (Alex Wong/Getty Images) Staunch conservative allies of President Trump have erupted in anger and incredulity after Democrats late Wednesday announced that the president had agreed to pursue a legislative deal that would protect thousands of young undocumented immigrants from deportation but not secure Trump’s ...

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Zach Randolph Cuts Deal In Weed Case, No Jail Time


NBA’s Zach Randolph Cuts Deal In Weed Case … No Jail Time 9/13/2017 3:35 PM PDT EXCLUSIVE Sacramento Kings star Zach Randolph just struck a pretty sweet deal in his marijuana case … and all he has to do is a TON of community service.  TMZ Sports broke the story … Z-Bo was arrested for felony weed possession with intent ...

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Instagram removes photo showing Stoke boy without an eye


Image copyright Charlie Beswick Image caption Charlie Beswick said she has received no apology from Instagram for removing this photo A photo of a 12-year-old boy shown without his eye was removed by Instagram. Harry Beswick was born with Goldenhar syndrome. He is missing an eye, eye socket, nostril and ear from one side of his face. His mother, Charlie ...

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CBN Mexico Helps Victims of Double Disasters in Aftermath of Quake, Hurricane


Watch the video above from CBN Mexico serving the earthquake victims in the hardest hit areas there. Mexican authorities report the death toll following an 8.1 magnitude earthquake last Thursday now stands at least at 95. Oaxaca was the worst-hit state and is where the five other deaths were reported. Oaxaca Governor Alejandro Murat told a mexican television network that his ...

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