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Daily Archives: March 6, 2017

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N. Korea taunts world

North Korea conducted the 2nd missile test of the Trump presidency. CNN’S Paula Hancocks reports.

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Travel ban: What happens now in court?

In a show of force, the heads of the departments of Justice, State and Homeland Security appeared together on Monday to make the case for President Donald Trump’s new travel ban of people from six Muslim-majority countries and institute changes they believe will make it impervious to court challenges.

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BRIEF-Boeing says 777x a little ahead of schedule

March 6 (Reuters) – Boeing marketing vice president
Randy Tinseth at Istat Americas conference.

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BRIEF-Global Medical REIT enters amendment to senior revolving credit facility

* Global Medical Reit-on March 3, co, global medical reit
l.p. & its units entered into amendment to senior revolving
credit facility with BMO harris bank n.a

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Consumer Reports to factor cybersecurity into reviews – CNET

The influential nonprofit says it will begin including evaluations of a product’s online security and privacy features in its reviews.

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BRIEF-Extended Stay America announces secondary offering

* Extended Stay America announces secondary offering and
repurchase of paired shares

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Ellison on losing DNC race: ‘It sucked’

Rep. Keith Ellison of Minnesota summed up how it felt like to lose the Democratic National Committee race on February 25 in two words: “It sucked.”

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Sessions says he didn’t mislead Congress

Attorney General Jeff Sessions defended his response to Sen. Al Franken in his confirmation hearing saying his answer was “correct,” in a letter released by the Justice Department Monday, because he “did not mention communications (he) had had with the Russian Ambassador over the years because the question did not ask about them.”

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Republicans launch bid for Royal Archives access

Anti-monarchy campaigners have told Sky News they are launching a crowdfunding campaign in an attempt to get greater access to the Royal Archives.

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MLB adds wrist trackers to its starting lineup – CNET

Players will have the option to wear Whoop biometric monitors to track their heart rate while playing.