Daily Archives: June 9, 2017

WWE Rumors: Plans For Finn Balor After Payback Revealed

WWE Rumors: Plans For Finn Balor After Payback Revealed Sign Up for Sports World News’ Newsletter and never miss out on our most popular stories. Finn Balor shows the WWE Universe ‘The Demon’ inside him. (Photo : WWE/YouTube) Finn Balor has only been involved in one major feud during his short stint on the main roster. He missed more than ...

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'I didn't say that': Trump denies asking Comey to drop Flynn investigation or for loyalty pledge

U.S. President Donald Trump on Friday denied that he tried to block an FBI investigation into former national security adviser Michael Flynn, effectively accusing James Comey — the FBI’s former director — of lying under oath to Congress. Comey delivered scathing remarks about the president on Thursday at a congressional hearing and testified that Trump had asked him to drop a Federal Bureau of ...

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Markets struggle to make sense of Britain’s election chaos

UK politicsRead more British election coverage THERESA MAY decided to call a snap election on a walking holiday in Wales. History will regard it as the most disastrous ramble since Captain Oates wandered out of the Antarctic tent in 1912. Having failed to anticipate the result, investors (like everybody else) are struggling to understand what will happen next.  It looks ...

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Fire chief, Wildrose leader react to 'damning' Fort McMurray wildfire reports

There is no doubt the evacuation of Fort McMurray during a devastating wildfire came too late, but no one is to blame, fire Chief Jody Butz said Friday. Nobody could have predicted the “unprecedented” inferno that destroyed hundreds of homes and forced the entire city to evacuate, Butz said, speaking about a pair of government reports that describe a chaotic, disorganized emergency response. Any community ...

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Reality Winner: Can the government prevent more intelligence leaks?

With just one arrest to date after months of damaging leaks traced to the intelligence community, Congress says it is looking at new safeguards to prevent more such breaches. But in every case in recent history, extensive leaks or thefts of highly classified material have prompted new safeguards that have nevertheless failed to stop the problem. Most recently, 25 year-old security ...

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These trees always lean toward the equator

In a universe of unexplained phenomena, add this: a tree that leans toward the equator no matter where it grows. The Cook pine tilts northward in the southern hemisphere and southward in the northern hemisphere, according to new research published recently in the journal Ecology. “That has never been seen ever in any plant, let alone trees,” said botanist Dr. Matthew ...

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U.S. trade commission votes to proceed with Bombardier investigation

Bombardier’s efforts to find a major U.S. airline to purchase its CSeries jets drew a complaint from U.S. rival Boeing that the Canadian planes were unfairly subsidized. (Ryan Remiorz/Canadian Press) The U.S. International Trade Commission has voted to continue its investigation into the trade practices of Bombardier Inc. The Canadian company’s U.S. competitor Boeing filed a petition with the USITC in April ...

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