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Workers who went to Trump’s speech in Pennsylvania were told they had to attend, use their vacations or not receive payment

Workers at the Pennsylvania petrochemical plant, where President Donald Trump spoke on Tuesday, were told that if they did not attend the event, they had to use their vacations or…

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Alaska records its warmest month ever

July was the hottest month in Alaska , according to the United States National Office of Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA). Sea ice melted, fish from the Bering Strait swam…

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The California earthquake created a giant crack in the earth visible in satellite images

The magnitude 7.1 earthquake that shook California on Friday also opened a crack in the earth. When the quake began at 8:19 pm, many rushed to cover themselves. It was…

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A Tesla vehicle was on autopilot when it collided with a truck

A Tesla vehicle involved in a deadly collision with a truck in Florida was on autopilot, a federal investigation determined. The Model 3 was under the truck and its driver…

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The Minister of Economy of Argentina resigned

Nicol├ís Dujovne resigned from the post of Minister of Economy of Argentina on Saturday. In a letter addressed to President Mauricio Macri, the economist recalls that he has exercised this…

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Donald Trump advisor apologizes for his remarks against Trudeau

White House advisor Peter Navarro on Tuesday lamented the “inappropriate tone” he has used for Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau this weekend following the G7 in Quebec. At an event…

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ISIS claimed responsibility for suicide attack that killed 63 people at a wedding

A suicide bomb attack at a wedding in Kabul killed 63 people and wounded 182 on Saturday, a spokesman for the Interior Ministry of Afghanistan said. Among the victims were…

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Massachusetts prohibits all electronic cigarettes

On Tuesday, Massachusetts officially became the first US state to temporarily ban the sale of all electronic cigarettes, going further than Michigan and New York, which had suspended only flavored…

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US bank cancels credit card debts of Canadian customers

A US bank has decided to cancel all credit card debts of its Canadian customers as part of a withdrawal from this market. New York-based Chase Bank announced it was…

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21-year-old man charged with Colorado supermarket killings

A 21-year-old has been charged with Monday’s massacre at a supermarket in Boulder, Colo., In which 10 people, including a police officer, were shot dead, reigniting debate on the proliferation…

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