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YouTube Star Drops $10000 Tip On Two Glasses Of Water

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The restaurant shared pictures of Ms Custer with the money on its Facebook page yesterday, where Mr Beast earned a lot of praise and goodwill for his actions. "I was shaking and just kept asking Bret, 'What is this?' I thought someone was playing a joke on me". "They just told me about their YouTube channel and how they were going around blessing servers' days", Custer said. Read More »

Khashoggi killing: Saudi minister admits that his country is in crisis

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Saudi Energy Minister Khalid al-Falih told a conference in Riyadh on Tuesday the oil market was in a "good place" and he hoped oil producers would sign a deal in December to extend cooperation to monitor and stabilise the market. The discount of USA front-month futures below the second-month rose to 25 cents, its highest since November 2017. "The rise in oil prices has slowed down the economic growth of many consumer countries, hitting the global economy hard", Zangeneh added. Read More »

Texas company recalls salads with chicken products sold in Colorado

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The recalled products will feature one of the following establishment numbers inside the USDA mark of inspection. There are no confirmed reports of adverse reactions due to consumption of these products. The agency encouraged people to contact their healthcare providers if they are concerned. Salmonella can cause diarrhea, fever and abdominal cramps. Read More »

Elon Musk Announces Opening Date of His High-Speed Underground Tunnel

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Elon Musk , the CEO of Tesla and SpaceX , tweeted on Sunday that his Boring Company , which aims to lower the cost of building high-speed transit tunnels, had nearly completed its first tunnel. By lowering the cost of building tunnels and providing a transit alternative to driving, the company would help alleviate city congestion and offer high-speed transportation options across the country. Read More »

Elon Musk tweets response to fake Fortnite-purchase story

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While the trial tunnel - which begins on the site of Musk's rocket company SpaceX in Hawthorne, California - injects a dose of realism to his vision of a hyper-fast underground system, key questions remain. According to The Boring Company website , the Hawthorne tunnel "leaves SpaceX property (parking lot east of Crenshaw Boulevard and south of 120th Street), turns west under 120th Street, and remains under 120th Street for up to 2-miles". Read More »

Saudi Arabia admits Khashoggi's killing was "murder"

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The kingdom has fired five top officials and arrested 18 others in an investigation into the killing - a move that has widely been viewed as an attempt to cover up the Crown Prince's role in the murder. In an interview broadcast Sunday, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said Canada was considering cancelling a multi-billion-dollar defence contract with Riyadh . Read More »

Rotating Canada Post strike hitting Windsor first

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All times listed are in local time. Hamilton said that they value the relationship with the union and want to address their concern by committing to an annual volume review of each route so they can make adjustments. In an email to The Canadian Press on Sunday, Canada Post defended itself by stating that it was responding to numerous issues raised by the union, and has already tabled a significant offer that included wage increases, as well as the improvement of job security and social ... Read More »

Porsche is building an off-road wagon version of its Taycan EV

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Yesterday, we published photos of a minimally disguised Porsche test mule , estimating that the images showed the eventual "Sport Turismo" wagon derivative of the upcoming Porsche Taycan electric sedan. The company plans to invest more than 6 billion euros in electric mobility by 2022. To build the all-electric Cross Turismo, Porsche will need to employ an additional 300 people - it's interesting to note that 20 years ago Porsche employed about 7,000 people, but with the massive expansion ... Read More »

Pensioner 'depressed' after racial abuse on Ryanair flight

He told Sky News: "I'm so disappointed in Ryanair ". "I couldn't believe what I heard". He added: "Unfortunately because @Ryanair is registered in Dublin not in the United Kingdom the alleged offence could only be tried by United Kingdom authorities if it was "in flight" to the UK". Read More »

Tim Cook wants Bloomberg to retract its spy chip story

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Apple CEO Tim Cook is personally stepping into the battle between his company and Bloomberg over a report on Chinese server hacking. "They need to do that right thing and retract it". Bloomberg has faced strong pushback from the affected companies, including Amazon, and USA government officials, who say they've found no evidence of the secret Chinese spy chip. Read More »

Mega Millions jackpot jumps to $667 MILLION

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You'll see those Mega Millions numbers Tuesday night on NewsCenter 16 at 11. Samantha Bishop is a local cashier and has seen a lot of people buying tickets. Players everywhere are impressed by how easy it is to purchase official lottery tickets online and they have come to trust the purchasing services of theLotter . Read More »

Amazon creates 1,000 'Silicon Valley' jobs in UK

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The new Manchester office will be based in the city's Northern Quarter, and will encompass work on a platter of different R&D projects, complementing projects across Amazon's other United Kingdom development centres. The development centre in Edinburgh will gain the capacity for 250 new roles on three floors in the city's Waverley Gate building. Workers in Edinburgh will focus on advertising technology and personalised shopping while those at Cambridge will be working on Amazon ... Read More »

Petrol, Diesel Prices Cut For Fourth Straight Day

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In Delhi, petrol was priced at Rs 82.62 per litre (decrease by Rs 0.21) while the price of diesel was at Rs 75.58 per litre (decrease by Rs 0.11). These revised rates come as a huge relief for the masses, which up until early this month saw petrol rates breach the ₹ 91 per litre mark in India. Read More »

US Mega Millions jackpot hits $1.6bn

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If a player hits all six numbers to win the jackpot, they can opt for an immediate cash payment of £692 million ($90m) or receive the £1.26 billion ($1.6bn) prize over 29 years. The odds of winning the jackpot are about one in 302 million but, with so many tickets being purchased, the likelihood of rollover becomes increasingly slim. Read More »

Gatwick reveals 'innovative' emergency runway plan to boost flight numbers

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Local opposition groups fear increased noise, with the additional runway likely to concentrate more traffic over existing flight paths. The Chief Executive Officer at London Gatwick, Stewart Wingate, said in a statement Thursday that with the United Kingdom set to leave the European Union, global connections are "needed more than ever", before adding that bringing the standby runway into routine use would unlock "much-needed new capacity". Read More »

MPs urge faster ban of petrol and diesel cars

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The MPs who wrote this report want the government's plans moved forward, banning the sale of new diesel and petrol cars by 2032 - eight years earlier than originally suggested. "A more joined-up and consistent approach is needed from Government if the United Kingdom is to seize the business opportunities of electric vehicles and deliver carbon emissions reductions". Read More »

Intu considers UK-Saudi takeover offer

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Accounting for any dividends payable, including Intu's interim dividend of 4.6p per share due to be paid on Nov 20, the revised offer to take the company private stands at £2.10 per share. The consortium initially announced on 4 October 2018 that they were considering a possible cash offer for intu and then on 11 October 2018 intu received an indicative proposal from the Consortium of 205 pence per share in cash. Read More »

Australia's Unemployment Rate dips to 5.0%, but Aussie Employment Change misses hopes

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Over the past year, trend employment increased 2.4 % which was above the average year-on-year growth over the past 20 years. Federal Jobs Minister Kelly O'Dwyer said more Australians were in full-time work than ever before. From September 2017 through September 2018, the state's labor force grew by 19,300 and the Seattle/Bellevue/Everett region increased by 22,600. Trade, transportation and utilities led all sectors in September with a gain of 1,200 jobs, followed by government (up 1,100 ... Read More »

US wealth growth on 10-year streak

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Singapore's wealth per adult has increased more than 146% since 2000, mainly from high savings, asset price increases and a rising exchange rate from 2005 to 2012. "Total wealth and wealth per adult in the United States have grown every year since 2008, even when total global wealth suffered a reversal in 2014 and 2015". Read More »

Kleenex Rebranding ‘Mansize’ Tissues As ‘Extra Large’ After Complaints Of Sexism

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They're not the first company to run into a branding issue forced by changing social views. Customer Lisa Hancox wrote: "Hi @KleenexUK". I said: I don't know & yes of course. Kimberley-Clark, which owns Kleenex, is making the branding change despite believing the product does not promote " gender inequality ". Kleenex Mansize, which has been on shelves since 1956, is sold only in the United Kingdom and is the country's most popular tissue brand , according to The Telegraph . Read More »

Here are the winning numbers in the $1 billion Mega Millions drawing

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The largest Mega Millions jackpot before Friday was an August 23 drawing worth $758.7 million and claimed by one ticket. The jackpot grew more than $400 million since Tuesday night, when the payout would have been $667 million. Almost all winners take the cash option, which was about $904 million as of Saturday morning. Someone bought a Mega Millions lottery ticket at this Arco station in Morgan Hill that matched five of the winning numbers. Read More »

Donald Trump on 'Criminal' Caravan Migrants: 'This Country Doesn't Want Them'

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They have also started giving some people 45-day visitor's permits, which in theory could allow them time to reach the US border. But Mexico has also been keen to show Trump it is working to slow the stream of migrants. "Anyone who wants to work in our country ... will have a work visa", he said. The migrants travel in groups for safety. "Open please!" one woman said through tears at the final barrier, carrying a baby in her arms. Read More »

Cobalt Air ceases operations as talks with creditors collapse

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The budget airline said all flights would be grounded as of 11.50pm on Wednesday 17 October. "As a result, future flights or services provided by Cobalt will be cancelled and will no longer operate", the airline said in a statement. It is not yet clear how many passengers have been affected, but 18 flights had been scheduled to arrive and depart from Larnaca airport on Thursday 18 October. Read More »

Oil up but set for weekly loss on stock build, trade row

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More seriously for Saudi Arabia and other Arab oil producers, the surge in prices, which rose again after the Iranian revolution in 1979, resulted in permanent demand destruction and encouragement of alternative suppliers. US crude was down 28 cents at $69.47. As shown below, the pair has declined from a high of 86.65 to a low of 78.83. Rising crude stockpiles caused crude prices to once again drop considerably on Thursday, contributing to an 11 percent plunge over two weeks and ... Read More »

Walmart, Whole Foods, Trader Joe's among brands hit by corn recall

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Department of Agriculture's Food Safety and Inspection Service announced Friday. Another corn-related action this week involves Texas-based Prime Deli Corp. Eating salmonella-contaminated foods can cause salmonellosis, one of the most common bacterial foodborne illnesses. Symptoms include diarrhea, abdominal cramps, and fever within 12 to 72 hours after consuming a contaminated product. Read More »

Netflix Adds Seven Million New Customers

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Netflix regained its stride with surprisingly strong subscriber growth during the summer after an unexpected stumble during the spring triggered worries its video streaming service was losing its allure. The company said it anticipates adding another 9.4 million subscribers during the fourth quarter, up 13 per cent compared with the 8.3 million it added a year ago. Read More »

More train disruption for commuters this evening

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The Heathrow Express service from Paddington and trains to and from Reading were not running for most of the morning but a limited service resumed at about midday. About 500m of overhead cables were "severely" damaged during a Hitachi train test run on Tuesday night. GWR staff wheeled a trolley on to the Paddington concourse at around 8.30am to give away free tea, coffee and biscuits to frustrated commuters . Read More »

China's economy cools as trade war with US heats up

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This is down on expectations for a 6.6 percent growth, according to analysts polled by Reuters, and is lower than than 6.7 percent year-over-year expansion in the previous quarter. "GDP growth is likely to slow to 6.0-6.2 percent next year", said Nie Wen, an analyst at Hwabao Trust Shanghai. Beijing and Washington have slapped tit-for-tat tariffs on each other in recent months and plans for bilateral trade talks to resolve the dispute have stalled, triggering a domestic equities rout and ... Read More »

Italy’s PM criticizes economic sanctions against Russian Federation

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Three diplomats told the Reuters news agency that Italy is also resisting European Union proposals to impose sanctions on countries that carry out cyberattacks, in another move seen as being in favour of Moscow. Previously on 24 channel wrote that Italy will propose to the European Union to resume funding of small and medium private business in Russian Federation at the EU summit in Brussels this week. Read More »

$1 million Mega Millions victor sold in Elizabethtown

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If no one wins the Mega Millions jackpot, it will continue to grow for Tuesday's drawing . The next drawing will be Tuesday. Between the growing Powerball and Mega Millions jackpots, there is plenty of prize money up for grabs. Data scientists say the odds of winning are at 1 in 258.9 million for Mega Millions and 1 in 292.2 million for Powerball. The average American spends about $200 a year on lottery tickets , though residents of some states spend far more. Read More »