• Hershey fills student's vehicle with candy after thief steals Kit Kat bar
Hershey fills student's vehicle with candy after thief steals Kit Kat bar

Not long after she received a text message from Hunter saying that he made it back to Manhattan safely, Sam saw her son's tweet about the Kit Kat thief . "I'm going to focus more on school and a little bit less on candy from now on", said Jobbins. Among those to get in touch were Kit Kat themselves who offered to send him a free chocolate bar.

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  • Cranebrook blaze: Streets evacuated as homes hit by grass fire
Cranebrook blaze: Streets evacuated as homes hit by grass fire

So far there has not been any reports on casualties, or the causes that triggered the fire. The evacuation orders have been issued for residents living in the surrounding area, Nine News Sydney report, as the fire gets closer to houses. The fire at Llandilo has now been contained, well done to all of the fire fighters involved. As a result, the...

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  • Blast rocks Turkish city of Diyarbakir after MPs detained
Blast rocks Turkish city of Diyarbakir after MPs detained

The attack followed the overnight arrests of 11 lawmakers from the Peoples´ Democratic Party ( HDP ), whose base is largely drawn from Kurds in the region, as well as leftists and progressives throughout Turkey . "It means the end of democracy in Turkey ", the party said. A 12th legislator was detained later during the day. USA shares messageMe...

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  • Average US 30-year mortgage rate rises to 3.54 percent
Average US 30-year mortgage rate rises to 3.54 percent

The five-year Treasury-indexed hybrid adjustable-rate mortgage increased to 2.87%, up from 2.84% last week . Freddie Mac supports communities across the nation by providing mortgage capital to lenders. "Investors reacted by driving the yield on the 10-year Treasury to its highest point since June", says Sean Becketti, chief economist, Freddie...

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  • AK Steel Holding Corporation, (NYSE:AKS), American Eagle Outfitters, (NYSE:AEO)
AK Steel Holding Corporation, (NYSE:AKS), American Eagle Outfitters, (NYSE:AEO)

United States Steel Corporation (X) last announced its earnings results on Nov 1, 2016 for Fiscal Year 2016 and Q3.Company reported revenue of $2.69B. It now has negative earnings. It sells flat-rolled carbon steel products, consisting of coated, cold-rolled, and hot-rolled carbon steel products. Finally, Zacks Investment Research cut United St...

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  • Abbotsford stabbing survivor escaped to computer lab with schoolmates' help
Abbotsford stabbing survivor escaped to computer lab with schoolmates' help

Klein, whether it be in face-to-face contact, through social media or through emails", says Staff Sergeant Jennifer Pound. Police said they received a call from Abbotsford Senior Secondary school on Wednesday afternoon at 2:05 pm, about an assault in progress.

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  • 'All necessary resources' dedicated to Hillary Clinton email probe: US Justice Dept.
'All necessary resources' dedicated to Hillary Clinton email probe: US Justice Dept.

They'll weed out any emails that are not related to government business. If the Federal Bureau of Investigation finds emails Abedin sent or received through the clintonemail.com server archived on the device recently recovered from her home, that might appear to conflict with what she told the Federal Bureau of Investigation earlier this ye...

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  • Steven Seagal granted Russian citizenship by pal Vladimir Putin
Steven Seagal granted Russian citizenship by pal Vladimir Putin

Other foreign celebrities to be awarded Russian nationality by the Kremlin in recent years are French actor Gerard Depardieu and US boxer Roy Jones Jr. By late Thursday morning Seagal's Facebook page didn't have any mention about his new citizenship, but he did share a video about protecting the Second Amendment and not voting for Hillary Clinton...

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  • Vancouver October home sales slide in wake of foreign buyer tax
Vancouver October home sales slide in wake of foreign buyer tax

Toronto's scorching real estate market continued to heat up last month, with sales hitting a record high even as prices continued to soar, the Toronto Real Estate Board said Thursday. This represents a 28.9 per cent increase compared to October 2015 and a 1.4 per cent decrease compared to September 2016. It said its benchmark home price index was...

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  • You Can Vote Up To 3 Times In These States
You Can Vote Up To 3 Times In These States

OH is also one of 30-some states that does not allow voters to take selfies with their completed ballots. Many people probably thought it was 90 degree weather this time of year, but in the political world it means there's a shake up so good it could completely change the outcome at the polls for one candidate.

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  • Fires break out amid evacuation of French migrant camp
Fires break out amid evacuation of French migrant camp

Someone set the dozens of fires overnight and in the morning on October 26. Nestled in the sand dunes, the Jungle is a symbol of Europe's failed migration policies as member states bicker over who should take in asylum-seekers and economic migrants.

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  • UK Backs Additional Runway At Heathrow
UK Backs Additional Runway At Heathrow

A public consultation will now be held on the impact of expansion at the west London hub before the final decision is put to MPs for a vote in the winter of 2017/18. Mayor of London Sadiq Khan, said he may challenge the decision through the courts citing welfare concerns. "Abta takes a long-term view on growing airport capacity".

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  • India, Pakistan trade border fire in Kashmir, 6 killed
India, Pakistan trade border fire in Kashmir, 6 killed

Two children and three adults were killed earlier in the day near the city of Jammu in the Samba sector across the border with Pakistan's Punjab province, a top civil official, Pawan Kotwal, told AFP. "All the injured civilians have been shifted to hospital", the spokesperson said. BSF had yesterday said that 14 Pakistani Posts were destroyed i...

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  • Russian Federation accuses Syrian rebels of killing civilians in Aleppo
Russian Federation accuses Syrian rebels of killing civilians in Aleppo

Meanwhile, Syrian president Bashar al-Assad ruled out political changes in his country until after his forces won the war - appearing to close the door on any possible peace negotiations. Shoigu, who was addressing a meeting of Russian military officials, railed against those rebels and their backers, saying they had squandered a chance for peace t...

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  • OROP row: Rahul Gandhi, Arvind Kejriwal detained in Delhi
OROP row: Rahul Gandhi, Arvind Kejriwal detained in Delhi

Mr. Singh also said, "It is a black day for the country when the family of a martyred soldier is roughed up and detained by police". "How can you arrest the son and father of martyr?" Ahead of Manish Sisodia's Detention, now Rahul Gandhi also got detained after visiting RML hospital.

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  • Donald Trump sceptical about Colorado mail-in ballots
Donald Trump sceptical about Colorado mail-in ballots

The Hawas said regardless of the results of the election, the Trump name will stay. "Trump, skeptical of mail-in balloting, encourages voting a couple of times if necessary", read the former headline on the story , as captured by Mediaite .

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  • Kim Kardashian West Has Officially Returned to Social Media After Paris Robbery
Kim Kardashian West Has Officially Returned to Social Media After Paris Robbery

Two other posts were uploaded by her assistant Steph - one was a link to Halloween hacks and another was throwback video was originally uploaded by sister Kourtney. Her 36th birthday (Oct. 28) arrived just a few weeks after her robbery, and instead of throwing an extravagant, highly visible affair, she chose to keep it low-key.

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  • India giving 'hard-hitting reply' to Pak: Defence Ministry on ceasefire violations
India giving 'hard-hitting reply' to Pak: Defence Ministry on ceasefire violations

Rajouri deputy commissioner Shabir Ahmed Bhat told HT the two women killed in Rajouri were identified as Sultan Begum, wife of Sarfraz Khan and Maqbool Begum, wife of Mohammed Zameer of Naika Top. He said that three people (army porters) suffered injuries in the shelling by Pakistani troops in Noushera sector of the district and they have been hosp...

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  • Speaker Ryan hits Clinton
Speaker Ryan hits Clinton "scandal baggage", targets congressional races

He described her and a Democratic majority in Congress as the "worst of all possible things - if Republicans do not turn out and do not vote". House Speaker Paul Ryan visited Fowler Thursday night to help raise funds for Rep. 'We get Clinton scandal'. 'I didn't know that. "Both Clinton and Ryan have said that they see themselves as representati...

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  • Iraqi forces steamrolling into Mosul faster than expected
Iraqi forces steamrolling into Mosul faster than expected

On the southern front line, Iraqi and coalition forces have recaptured more than 350 square kilometres of land, with the ninth armored battalion of the Iraqi government forces arriving at a location near to Mosul. The group has suffered a string of defeats over the past year, and Mosul is its last major urban bastion in Iraq . A member of I...

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  • With Days To Go, Clinton Leads In Campaign Cash
With Days To Go, Clinton Leads In Campaign Cash

Whereas, the campaign managers of Mr Trump are struggling from one crisis after another. As a nation, we've held presidential elections dating back to 1788. While political pundits may scoff at the idea, the 2016 election has thus far proven divisive, discordant and combative - and those qualities are embodied by our two candidates.

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  • Clinton speaking badly of Putin
Clinton speaking badly of Putin "not smart"

He represents the interests of common people and is playing like a simple guy who criticizes those who have been in power for decades, who don't like that power can be inherited. United States officials are trading in "hysteria" when it comes to Russian hacking claims, according to Russian President Vladimir Putin. "We are grateful to Russian F...

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  • Hour change - clocks go back at 2am
Hour change - clocks go back at 2am

The only issue you might have is if you have an older TV that you have programmed to come on at a set time each day. British Summer Time arrives on Sunday, March 26 next year, when clocks go forward an hour. DON'T forget your extra hour in bed tomorrow morning (Sunday). Winston Churchill once argued that it enlarged "the opportunities for the p...

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  • Jurors to hear closing arguments in New Jersey bridge case
Jurors to hear closing arguments in New Jersey bridge case

Bridget Kelly, Christie's former deputy chief of staff, and Bill Baroni, one of his top appointees to the Port Authority of NY and New Jersey, are accused of closing access lanes for four days in 2013 to punish a Democratic mayor who did not endorse Christie.

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  • Syrian rebels in Aleppo unleash vehicle bombs, mortar attacks in new offensive
Syrian rebels in Aleppo unleash vehicle bombs, mortar attacks in new offensive

Abu Yusef Muhajir, a military commander and spokesman for the powerful Ahrar al-Sham rebel group, said the operation involved an array of opposition factions. Rebels also launched rockets from Idlib province into the government stronghold of Latakia, killing one person and wounding six. Once Syria's economic powerhouse, Aleppo has been ravaged by...

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  • Malcolm Rowe officially joins Supreme Court
Malcolm Rowe officially joins Supreme Court

Annoyed by the inordinate delay in notifying appointments, Chief Justice of India T S Thakur had during the last hearing warned the government of passing an order and "fastening accountability" if the logjam continued, which he said stifled judicial work.

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  • Australian blood donor data leaked
Australian blood donor data leaked

Apart from his information, the person also had his wife's details. Hunt said he later went on to contact AusCERT , which later reached out to Red Cross . It is unfortunate that the Red Cross could suffer loss of credibility and its donors inconvenienced as a result of the security breach. The data was publicly accessible for almost two months.

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  • Let's do the numbers: Obamacare rate hikes (with charts)
Let's do the numbers: Obamacare rate hikes (with charts)

Clinton's policy prescription would more directly lower American's cost of care by shifting the burden to the government and taxpayers. An Obamacare sign on the UniVista Insurance company office in Miami, Florida. The survey was conducted between October 12 and 18 among 1,205 adults, using both land lines and cell phones. It's true, of cou...

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  • No injuries after Pence plane slides off runway in NYC
No injuries after Pence plane slides off runway in NYC

Elizabeth Landers, a CNN producer, was on the plane and described the landing. The pilot slammed on the brakes and passengers could smell burning rubber. There was some noticeable damage to the runway, although a campaign spokesperson told reporters there was no structural damage to the plane. The aircraft was carrying approximately 40 passengers...

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  • Duterte open to joint maritime exercises with Japan
Duterte open to joint maritime exercises with Japan

It appears as though Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte's budding romance with Chinese President Xi Jinping may not be so steamy after all with the outspoken leader stressing that he was leaving his options open during a visit this week to Japan to meet with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe.

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  • Obama slams Trump's 'rigged' election claims as 'dangerous'
Obama slams Trump's 'rigged' election claims as 'dangerous'

Trump stuck to his belief the election is "rigged against him", repeated false concerns about widespread voter fraud and insisted Clinton should have been barred from running because of legal questions about her use of a private email system as secretary of state.

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  • North Korea lashes out at threat of more sanctions
North Korea lashes out at threat of more sanctions

The Japanese government says it's reviewing imposing trade restrictions with foreign companies that aid Pyongyang by either hiring workers from North Korea, or engaging in direct trade with the North. "And as I said, they do this independent of any USA government involvement", Kirby said. "This is done by private citizens and typically they discuss...

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  • Google Android Wear 2.0 Smartwatches to Arrive by Early 2017
Google Android Wear 2.0 Smartwatches to Arrive by Early 2017

Members of the media examine Google's Pixel phone during an event to introduce Google hardware products on October 4, 2016 in San Francisco, California. You need to check out our best iPhone 7 deals. Shares of Google/Alphabet are trading at record highs after many positive reviews of the company's new Pixel phone were published Tuesday.

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  • Russia's Putin willing to halt Aleppo airstrikes for longer
Russia's Putin willing to halt Aleppo airstrikes for longer

Russian Federation has said that it will extend its humanitarian pause until 19.00 tomorrow evening. The government's overture to rebels and civilians trapped in Aleppo's east follows a pattern of evacuations around the country that the United Nations has likened to "forced displacement".

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  • SUM hospital fire tragedy
SUM hospital fire tragedy

Referring to reports that SUM Hospital doesn't have fire safety clearance, the minister said the state government has to take appropriate action. In yet another development, hours after the Union Health Minister left Odisha after first hand examination, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday announced Rs 2 lakh each for the next of kin of thos...

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