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The inventor of bump stocks is shutting down its website

Slide Fire, inventor of the bump stocks, is shutting down its website. Bump stocks were used in the deadliest mass shooting in US history.

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Parkland activist David Hogg calls for boycott of BlackRock and Vanguard

Those who use the investment management companies should take their business elsewhere, Hogg said on Twitter.

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Starbucks CEO on arrests: 'They didn't deserve that'

Starbucks CEO Kevin Johnson said his heart sank when he watched the video of two black men being arrested at a Philadelphia store.

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Boracay: Riot police to keep tourists at bay during cleanup

The Philippines government will deploy dozens of riot police to ensure that tourists don't interfere with a planned six-month cleanup of its famed Boracay island, a police official said Tuesday.

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Carl Kasell, longtime NPR newscaster, dead at 84

Kassell, a fixture on NPR for more than 30 years, died Tuesday from complications from Alzheimer's disease.

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Hear Southwest pilot's emergency call

The pilot of Southwest flight 1380 tells air traffic control "there's a hole" in the plane.

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Trump, Abe meet in bid to ease tensions over North Korea and trade

President Donald Trump is opening up his Florida estate to Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe on Tuesday for a summit both men hope can smooth over differences on North Korea and trade.

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Trump says US had 'high level' talks with North Korea

President Trump is meeting with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe in Florida as former FBI director James Comey's book is published. Follow here for the latest.

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Former Obama economist Austan Goolsbee joins Quest on 'Markets Now'

President Obama's former chief economic adviser Austan Goolsbee will join Richard Quest on CNNMoney's "Markets Now" on Wednesday.

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Rocket Lab just got a leg up on the race to launch tiny satellites

Space startup Rocket Lab and satellite builder York Space Systems inked a deal aimed at making small satellites launches cheaper and easier.

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Violence against Rohingya exposed in 'shocking photos'

(Reuters) - When a Rohingya refugee boat capsized on the Bangladesh coastline, photographer Damir Sagolj rushed to the scene and saw locals collecting the drowned and arranging their bodies next to the road.

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Starbucks to close all US stores for racial-bias training day

The decision comes after two black men were arrested at a Philadelphia Starbucks last week.

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Legal fight escalates over Aaron Sorkin adaptation of 'To Kill a Mockingbird'

The head of the production company says he can put on a performance of the play for a judge to make his case.

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Man's second face transplant is a world first

A man in Paris with a genetic disorder called neurofibromatosis has become the world's first to successfully receive two facial transplants.

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Who's next? Investors seek to purge 'oligarch risk' from Russia portfolios

LONDON (Reuters) - "Who's next?" investors in Russia are asking as they scramble to clear their portfolios of "oligarch risk" - holdings in companies that may be next in line for U.S. sanctions after metals company Rusal was targeted last week.

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The dollar is sliding -- and that's great for Corporate America

The US dollar is getting weaker, even as President Trump complains about China devaluing its currency. But major US firms like Nike, FedEx and Costco (and others) have all said that a weaker dollar is helping their profits.

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Video shows police punch Harvard student

A video released by the Cambridge Police Department shows officers punch a Harvard student multiple times after pinning him to the ground.

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Sanctions batter Rusal's overseas supply chain, restructuring seen

LONDON/MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russia's Rusal may be forced to divest most of its portfolio of overseas operations if the aluminum giant cannot restructure them to evade U.S. sanctions and ensure a flow of raw materials.

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China lifts restrictions on foreign carmakers

China is making good on the promise to open its huge car market to foreign automakers.

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