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Trump announces Air Traffic Control Reform Initiative


Under Trump's proposal, a board made up of airline, union and airport officials would oversee the nonprofit entity that would assume oversight after a three-year transition. "Under this new plan the FAA will focus firmly on what it does best, safety". Most of the major airlines support the proposed changes, but Delta Airlines does not. Read More »

May meets DUP leader for urgent talks

A DUP spokesman told AFP there had been a break in the talks due to parliamentary business. Now Sinn Fein has indicated that it could end its century-long boycott of the British Parliament in order to block the DUP-Tory alliance and get a deal with Labour for a referendum on Irish unity. Read More »

Thomas shoots 63, but Harman leads after Round 3


The cut was projected at one-over. Nick Rogness felt as nervous as anyone at the U.S. Open - not because of a golf club in his hand but the diamond ring in his pocket. Open at Oakmont, and he will be more impressed if Thomas , or anyone else in contention, can put together a 63 on Sunday. He was 13th a year ago at Oakmont. Read More »

How Fed plans to trim its balance sheet


The rise in the yuan midpoint appeared to track the global dollar index, which fell after the Fed's decision. U.S. DATA: The Commerce Department said retail spending decreased in May, surprising experts and prompting investors to buy traditionally safe assets like government bonds and high-dividend companies and sell stocks from other industries that depend more on economic growth. Read More »

Weekly Wrap: Amazon buys Whole Foods. Now what?

Stock prices for some of the nation's largest retailers plummeted Friday. "We love Amazon , and we love Whole Foods ". Shares of iconic food-staple companies also took a hit. Especially among millennials, is that right? Whole Foods had fiscal 2016 sales of about $16 billion. Yes. That's an extraordinary penetration for a supermarket chain with just 431 stores. Read More »

Scalise still critical, but expected to recover: Doctor

The Louisiana Republican was shot in the hip Wednesday morning in the baseball practice shooting by an IL man with grudges against President Donald Trump and the GOP. The business of the House is resuming a day after a rifle-wielding attacker opened fire on Republican lawmakers practicing for a charity baseball game. Read More »

Penguins return home as betting favourites for Game 5

No word on whether she'll supply another note for Thursday's pivotal Game 5 in Pittsburgh. "We felt as though, with each game we played [in Nashville], our team game is getting stronger". But Pittsburgh's 6-0 win in Game 5 was the second true blowout of the series and the fourth decided by three or more goals. Then he gave up five goals in the span of 15 shots and the catfish watch was on. Read More »

Justin Thomas breaks record, but Brian Harman leads at US Open

And then, Fowler took a second straight bogey at No. 12 to fall one shot behind Brooks Koepka . He shot 68 and was only three back. Overnight leader Rickie Fowler went 28 holes in a row without a bogey and then had three in a row, and this has really made the tournament very interesting. Read More »

United Kingdom police: 58 dead and presumed dead in London blaze

Told there was a need for the public to hear her say something had gone badly wrong and the government accepted responsibility, Mrs May said: "Something bad has happened". They say their complaints were ignored - and fear it was because the tower housed mainly poor people in a hugely wealthy neighbourhood. "As we do everything we can to help them, we will make sure they have the counselling and emotional support they need in the hard days, weeks and years ahead". Read More »

US Open 2017: Who failed to make the cut at Erin Hills?

Australian Marc Leishman had raced up the leaderboard through his opening 10 holes before a double bogey at the par-4 12th saw him let slip a chance to catch the leaders. But he under-hit a pitch into the final green and then got too heavy-handed with the putter and watched his ball race past the flag, off the green and down the run-off area to leave a tricky up and down. Read More »

Rickie Fowler makes three straight bogeys, falls out of US Open lead

Open, so tomorrow will be a very cool experience". Koepka also reached the green in two on the 667-yard closing hole for a two-putt birdie and a 68. Open champion. "I told my caddy after we made that bogey [at the par-3 13th] we had some scoring opportunities coming up". The thrilling finish vaulted Thomas into the clubhouse lead on 11 under par late in the third round but with numerous contenders still out on the course and threatening to catch him. Read More »

Relatives Of London Fire Victims Unleash Their Fury Upon Theresa May

They demanded justice for the victims and claimed Wednesday's fatal blaze was due to negligence, with many citing the new cladding put on the 1974 concrete tower. The identification of the victims is proving very hard - which experts attribute to the extreme heat of the fire. Officials said measures were already in place to ensure tall blocks were safe, but that they would be revisited to see if any action needed to be taken. Read More »

Former Alabama golfer Justin Thomas knocks down ridiculous putt at US Open

They are always only a tick here or there away from a birdie run. He hammered a chip from just short of the par-5 14th that led to another three-putt bogey. He made a 27-footer for birdie on No. 17 before the history-making finish. The 24-year-old Louisville native is not new to success. He's working 12 tournaments this year and 12 next year. Read More »

Fowler, three others share lead after two rounds at US Open

ERIN, Wis. (AP ) - Paul Casey discovered how little it takes to make a big number in the U.S. Open . Three players are a shot back - Jamie Lovemark (69), first-round leader Rickie Fowler (73) and J.B. Fleetwood continued his consistent form in the third round at Erin Hills and shared the lead with playing partner Brian Harmon after the Englishman made three birdies in four holes from the 12th. Read More »

Top aides talked Trump out of firing Mueller

Mueller , a former Federal Bureau of Investigation director, was appointed on May 17 and is tasked with investigating Russian interference in last year's presidential election and if associates of the Trump campaign colluded with Russian officials. Read More »

JB Holmes one shot off US Open lead heading into weekend

Two rounds down and two to go at the US Open at Erin Hills and we are still no closer to discovering the identity of the 2017 US Open champion. "I was out of it. trying to stay out of the way of Rory". Leishman is now sharing 13th place, three shots off the pace. "We're in a good spot". Yet Johnson was forced to bide his time for the next six holes, unable to convert the few birdie chances that came his way. Read More »

Adieu les surcoûts pour téléphoner et naviguer en Europe — Itinérance


Ses prix ont été encadrés, ce qui a conduit à réduire en moyenne de 92% les prix des appels et des SMS depuis 2007 et de 96% celui des données lorsqu'on les télécharge en itinérance depuis 2012. Si un client passe plus de deux mois sur quatre à l'étranger et qu'il y a, sur cette période, une consommation plus importante que dans son pays, l'opérateur peut lui envoyer un message d'alerte. Read More »

Amazon buying Whole Foods: Bay Area shoppers react

Amazon's ownership will also likely result in lower prices at Whole Foods , whose expensive products like US$30 emu eggs earned it the nickname "Whole Paycheck". But it also creates concerns about competition in the market. This acquisition may pave the way for even more of those kinds of stores, Hurley said. Read More »

Amazon to buy organic grocery store Whole Foods for $13.4 billion

It's a measure of the extraordinary confidence he has cultivated from investors that on the day he announced the acquisition, Amazon's market capitalization increased by more than $30 billion - more than double the amount it is paying. More recently the company has deployed various physical retail concepts, some with the aim of making people comfortable with the concept of buying food from Amazon and eventually nudging them to move a big part of their grocery shopping online. Read More »

What would happen if Trump tried to fire special counsel Mueller

The president, therefore, would have to direct Rosenstein to fire Mueller - or, somewhat more extravagantly, Trump could order the special-counsel regulations repealed and then fire Mueller himself. Matt Lewis, a CNN political commentator, said Trump has a pattern of surprise moves, such as the firing of former FBI Director James Comey . Terminating Mueller would be the second time Trump has fired a senior law enforcement official investigating the Russian Federation issue - the first ... Read More »

Police identify lone gunman behind Philippine casino attack

The man, Jessie Carlos, had a gambling problem and was sacked from the Department of Finance in 2014 for not accurately disclosing his assets and liabilities, said Manila police chief Oscar Albayalde . Mr Albayalde said the security footage contained a clear motive: Carlos headed straight for a storage room that contained poker chips. "He is already addicted, so you are no longer in your right mind when you are addicted". Read More »

Jeremy Corbyn could have been Prime Minister if it wasn't for Scotland

May had called the vote three years early in the hope that a sweeping win would strengthen her hand in the challenging Brexit talks, which are due to start in nine days' time. "She's then got to present a programme to Parliament". "I think its quite possible there'll be an election later this year or early next year, and that might be a good thing, because we cannot go on with a period of great instability", he told the BBC's Andrew Marr on Sunday. Read More »

London fire: Death toll soars to 30

First Secretary of State Damian Green, May's deputy, said the prime minister was "distraught" and shared "the same degree of sympathy and horror" as everyone else. Guardian reporter Jamie Grierson has been tweeting the posters of the missing. One version of the product [has] a polyethylene core, the other version is around a fire-retardant mineral core. Read More »

Fed raises key rate, unveils plan to reduce bond holdings

At Zacks, we're mostly focused on short-term profit cycles, but the hottest of all technology mega-trends is starting to take hold. Even gold, which typically glitters brightest when other markets are struggling, is up this year. Initially, the amount is expected to be $10 billion, including $6 billion from Treasuries and $4 billion from mortgage-backed securities (MBS). Of particular concern is what the central bank will do with the roughly $400 billion yen in U.S. Read More »

The Bill Cosby Sexual Assault Case Has Ended in a Mistrial

Bill Cosby's chief accuser is thanking prosecutors for taking her case after a jury failed to agree on a verdict. "It's way to early to celebrate Mr. While prosecutors fought to call 13 other accusers to testify against Cosby, only one, Kelly Johnson, was permitted to do so . Legal experts had always warned that the "he said, she said" nature of the case was always going to be hard to prove in court, not least because it happened so long ago and due to a lack of physical evidence. Read More »

Ce qui change avec la fin du roaming — Télécoms


Le sujet de la data est un peu plus complexe. À noter que trois pays supplémentaires de l'Espace économique européen devraient s'ajouter à la liste dans les mois à venir: l'Islande , le Liechtenstein et la Norvège . Enfin, la Poste Mobile n'a indiqué aucune modification avant le 18 juin. Même si vous utilisez encore une offre prépayée à carte. Certains eurodéputés veulent que la loi de la Commission sur les télécoms , qui est en train d'être négociée, inclue des tarifs limités ... Read More »

Admin revokes blocked program to protect immigrant parents


The Trump administration is formally revoking an Obama-era program meant to protect immigrant parents of USA citizens and legal residents from deportation. But Dylan Corbett with the Hope Border Institute isn't convinced the President has had a change of heart. "It's not healthy for our communities or our children". Read More »

GOP, Dem governors agree with Trump, call health bill 'mean'

Perhaps a drastically less-regulated insurance market is worth the cost to ordinary individuals and families. There have been zero public hearings, no policy proposals released for industry experts to weigh in on, nothing to generate headlines that would cause Americans to even realize this is going on, which is exactly what McConnell wants. Read More »

GE Up on Change of the Guard

General Electric CEO Jeffrey Immelt is stepping down and Flannery will take over the post in August 2017. The approval is conditioned on GE selling its Water and Process Technologies business. "Sixteen years leading a company like this is enough time", he said in an interview. Immelt took over as CEO on September 7, 2001, four days before the terrorist attacks. Read More »

Trump set to row back on Cuban travel and trade


Florida was a key state in Trump's stunning Electoral College victory in 2016, and the Cuban-American community is politically influential in the state. "If we're going to sustain the sunny side of this relationship, Cuba must, absolutely must, begin to address its human rights challenges", Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said earlier in June. Read More »

Amazon drops $13.4 billon to buy Whole Foods

Amazon said on Friday that it would buy Whole Foods for $13.7 billion. " Whole Foods Market has been satisfying, delighting and nourishing customers for almost four decades - they're doing an incredible job and we want that to continue". Read More »

UK interest rates unchanged at 0.25%


The possibility of the Bank of England raising interest rates to prop up the pound helped steady the currency on Friday at more than 1.5 per cent above its low point for the week. The Bank of England was expected to leave the interest rate unchanged at 0.25%. The latest wage growth was weaker than expected, but the MPC predicted salaries could pick-up as employment remains strong. Read More »

Alexandria shooter's wife: "I can't wrap my head around it"


Jack Sava, director of trauma at MedStar Washington Hospital Center said at a news conference Friday afternoon. "I know he wasn't happy with the way things were going, the election results and stuff", he told The New York Times . One neighbor told us that he and his family really kept to themselves. Scalise, 51, was in dire condition when he was first shot, but internal bleeding is under control and the prognosis is positive. Read More »