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Nestle, Unilever forego price increases to move product

ZURICH/LONDON (Reuters) - First-quarter sales growth at Nestle and Unilever was driven almost entirely by shifting more goods, in a stark illustration of how hard it is for consumer products makers to raise prices in a competitive retail environment.

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'Fearless Girl' is moving to a new home

"Fearless Girl" will be moved from Bowling Green Park to her "long-term" home by the end of the year.

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Everything You Need to Know About the 2018 World Cup

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'Question your sons!' Indian PM speaks out amid ongoing rape outrage

Faced with a growing torrent of outrage both at home and abroad, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has moved to address his country's persistent issue with sexual violence, asserting "rape is rape" and should not be politicized.

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North seeks 'complete denuclearization', says Moon, as U.S. vows continued pressure

SEOUL/GENEVA (Reuters) - North Korea has expressed its commitment to "complete denuclearization" of the Korean peninsula and is not seeking conditions, South Korean President Moon Jae-in said on Thursday, as the United States vowed to maintain "maximum pr

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FAA to order inspections of jet engines after Southwest blast

(Reuters) - The U.S. Federal Aviation Administration said it will order inspection of about 220 aircraft engines as investigators have found that a broken fan blade touched off an engine explosion this week on a Southwest flight, killing a passenger.

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Australia's top bank says it charged dead clients for advice

One adviser charged a customer for financial advice for more than a decade after they died.

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Prosecutors Investigating Prince’s Death to Announce Possible Criminal Charges

Prosecutors in Minnesota will announce a decision on criminal charges following a probe into Prince's death from an accidental overdose

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Drug smuggler who posted trip on Instagram jailed

One of the two Canadian women who documented a lavish cruise trip to Australia on Instagram as a front for smuggling cocaine has been sentenced to at least four and a half years in prison.

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American ISIS widow bought slaves to save them

For Sam Sally, a vacation was all it took to flip her quiet middle-American world of muscle cars, cotton candy and an Indiana packing company, into the horror of the ritual beatings, serial rape, torture and forced child propaganda videos of ISIS's so

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US manufacturers seek relief from steel and aluminum tariffs

Hundreds of companies in the United States that use those metals are saying the tariffs are disrupting their business.

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U.S. Airline Regulators Will Boost Inspections After Fatal Southwest Jet Engine Explosion

Pressure on the Federal Aviation Administration has mounted after an engine on a Southwest jet blew apart

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Cuba set to swear in new president to replace Raul Castro

HAVANA (Reuters) - An era will end in Communist-run Cuba on Thursday when President Raul Castro retires, likely handing over the reins to his right hand man Miguel Diaz-Canel, born the year after brothers Fidel and Raul led their 1959 leftist revolution.

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Three US men face life in jail over murder-for-hire killing of Filipino woman

Three men, including a former US soldier, were found guilty in a New York court Wednesday of taking tens of thousands of dollars to murder a woman in the Philippines in 2012.

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Persuading Pyongyang: Advice for Trump when it comes to Kim

Two of the most dramatic political figures in modern history -- US President Donald Trump and North Korea's Kim Jong Un -- seem set to meet face-to-face in the coming weeks.

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Pilot: What happened on that Southwest flight

No one can deny the tragic consequences for one particular passenger on board Southwest Flight 1380. Nor can one deny the terrifying chaos that must have been part of the scene in the cabin Tuesday morning when the left engine self-destructed, throwing sh

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Former U.S. Olympians tell Congress more reforms needed in gymnastics

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. gymnastics needs more reforms to wipe out sexual abuse after a scandal involving an ex-team doctor convicted of molesting female athletes, former Olympic athletes told a Senate panel on Wednesday.

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Would you pay $1.1M for this derelict house? Someone did.

A derelict home in inner city Sydney sold for an incredible $1.1 million this month, illustrating why frustrated potential home buyers feel locked out of the city's property market.

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Nanny found guilty in deaths of 2 children in her care

A New York nanny accused of murdering two children she was trusted to care for has learned her fate in a Manhattan courtroom.

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Wynn Resorts appoints 3 women to board in a 'turning point'

Wynn Resorts appoints three women to its board of directors, citing a "new era" after CEO Steve Wynn stepped down earlier this year amid allegations of sexual misconduct, which he denied.

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Amazon reveals it has more than 100 million Prime members

For the first time ever, Amazon has shared how many Amazon Prime members it has.

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In Kansas, three found guilty in plot to bomb Somalis' apartment complex

WICHITA, Kan. (Reuters) - A federal court jury on Wednesday found three men guilty of plotting to bomb a western Kansas apartment complex that is home to Somali immigrants and their mosque, in a crime prosecutors branded an act of domestic terrorism.

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Federal Judge Holds Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach in Contempt in Voter I.D. Case

She didn't impose a fine but ordered Kobach to pay for damages, including attorney fees

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U.S. states look to tax day to gauge fallout from federal tax law

CHICAGO (Reuters) - Taxpayer actions in response to sweeping federal tax changes passed by the U.S. Congress late last year will likely force states that tax personal income to tear up their revenue forecasts and start again.

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New York attorney general wants power to bypass Trump pardons

NEW YORK (Reuters) - New York's attorney general on Wednesday asked Governor Andrew Cuomo and state legislators to give him and other local prosecutors power to bring criminal charges against people pardoned by U.S. President Donald Trump.

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