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Regulators had ordered inspections of engine type that blew apart on Southwest plane

(Reuters) - European regulators this month began requiring an inspection by early next year of the type of engine that blew apart on a fatal Southwest Airlines flight on Tuesday, and a source said U.S. regulators were near a similar rule.


Carl Icahn buys stake in software provider VMware: CNBC

(Reuters) - Billionaire investor Carl Icahn has acquired a stake in cloud computing platform VMware Inc , CNBC reported on Tuesday.

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Former U.S. first lady Barbara Bush dead at 92

(Reuters) - Former U.S. first lady Barbara Bush, the only woman to see her husband and son both sworn in as president, died on Tuesday, the Bush family said. She was 92.

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Body found at California SUV crash site identified as missing child

(Reuters) - The body of an African-American girl found in the ocean off California has been identified as one of three children missing since their mother is believed to have deliberately driven their vehicle off a cliff last month, police said on Tuesday


Tesla aiming to build 6,000 Model 3 cars per week by end-June: report

SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Tesla Inc is aiming to ramp up production to 6,000 Model 3 cars per week by the end of June to reach its weekly goal of 5,000 and allow for a margin of error, automotive news website Electrek reported on Tuesday, citing a letter


Ackman says he supports ADP but puts management on notice

NEW YORK (Reuters) - Billionaire investor William Ackman, who lost a proxy contest at Automatic Data Processing last year, said on Tuesday that he wants the human-resources technology company to succeed but said he might be back with a fight if ADP fails

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First lawsuit filed by victim of Parkland shootings

FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. (Reuters) - The parents of a 17-year-old student who was shot five times as he shielded others during the Parkland, Florida high school mass shooting on Tuesday filed the first lawsuit on behalf of a victim in the massacre that kille


Dimitrov, Thiem survive early scares in Monte Carlo

(Reuters) - Fourth seed Grigor Dimitrov survived a scare against Pierre-Hugues Herbert before holding his nerve to win 3-6 6-2 6-4 in the second round of the Monte Carlo Masters on Tuesday, while Dominic Thiem edged out Russian youngster Andrey Rublev.


Blue Harbour CEO Robbins says Open Text could be acquired

(Reuters) - Activist hedge fund Blue Harbour Group LP CEO Cliff Robbins told a conference in New York on Tuesday that Canadian business information management software company Open Text Corp could...


Goldman trumps profit estimates as bond trading shines

(Reuters) - Goldman Sachs Group Inc blew past Wall Street's expectations for quarterly profit on Tuesday, as volatility in global markets powered a surge in bond and stock trading.

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Supreme Court Justice Sotomayor breaks her shoulder

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor broke her right shoulder in a fall at her home, but will continue performing her duties as usual, a court spokeswoman said on Tuesday.


Robots will replace humans in retail, says China's JD.com

MADRID (Reuters) - Robots will eventually replace human workers in the retail industry, the chief executive of Chinese e-commerce company JD.com predicted on Tuesday.


Britain to review its climate targets - government minister

LONDON (Reuters) - Britain will review its climate targets to see whether they need to be strengthened to fit with the aims of an international climate accord, Britain's energy minister said on Tuesday.


Anglo gives 30-day leave to workers at suspended Brazil iron ore mine

SAO PAULO (Reuters) - Anglo American Plc said on Monday it was giving 30 days' leave to 766 workers at its suspended Minas-Rio mine in Brazil as of Tuesday.


Basketball: Euroleague puts fans in the picture with new app

LONDON (Reuters) - The cameras will be following the crowd, as well as the on-court action, when the Euroleague basketball playoffs start on Tuesday.


Mexican independent candidate put back on presidential ballot after expulsion

MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - Independent Mexican presidential candidate Jaime Rodriguez will be on the ballot for July's vote, the country's electoral regulator said on Tuesday, weeks after he was dramatically excluded for not reaching the required number of s


Motorcycling: Pedrosa doubtful for Austin MotoGP after wrist surgery

(Reuters) - Honda MotoGP rider Dani Pedrosa is doubtful for this month's Grand Prix of the Americas in Austin, Texas, after having surgery to his wrist in Barcelona on Tuesday.

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New Jersey tax hikes would make up 78 percent of estimated revenue growth

NEW YORK (Reuters) - New Jersey is projecting higher revenue growth for the next fiscal year, but most of it would come from tax hikes, according to testimony by Acting State Treasurer Elizabeth Muoio on Tuesday.


Apple adds Isaac Asimov sci-fi series to TV development list

LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Isaac Asimov's influential "Foundation" science fiction novels about the collapse and resurgence of a galactic empire are heading to Apple Inc as a television drama series, a company spokeswoman said on Tuesday.


Lebara hooks up with WorldRemit in money transfer pact

LONDON (Reuters) - WorldRemit will be the exclusive money transfer partner for international call provider Lebara under a deal announced on Tuesday by the London-based brands, which are popular among immigrants to Europe.

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Trump will not attend Latin American summit: White House

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. President Donald Trump will not attend the Latin American summit this week in order to focus on the Syria crisis, the White House said on Tuesday.


Games: Semenya glides to 1,500m Commonwealth gold

GOLD COAST, Australia (Reuters) - South African flag-bearer Caster Semenya powered to the 1,500 metres title at the Commonwealth Games on Tuesday, keeping her bid for a golden double at the Gold Coast intact.

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Six killed as plane crashes into Arizona golf course, police say

PHOENIX (Reuters) - Six people died when their small propeller plane crashed shortly after take-off into a golf course in southern Arizona, police said on Tuesday.


Magnitude 6.2 earthquake hits Chile coast, no reports of damage

SANTIAGO (Reuters) - A magnitude 6.2 earthquake hit the coast of central Chile early on Tuesday, the U.S. Geological Survey said.


Japanese man, 112, recognized as world's oldest male

ASHORO, Japan (Reuters) - A 112-year-old Japanese man born months before Albert Einstein published his theory of special relativity was recognized on Tuesday as the world's oldest man.

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