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Source: Common Domain

Intel CEO Krzanich Resigns Over Relationship With Employee

Today 06:09 GMT

Intel Corp. INTC -2.38% Chief Executive Brian Krzanich resigned over violating company policy for having a consensual relationship with a co-worker, a sudden turn for the tech giant as it seeks to extend its dominance in PC chips into new frontiers in computing.

Executives on stage, who included Chairman Andy Bryant and Mr. Swan, declined to answer employee questions about the relationship that led to Mr. Krzanich’s resignation, saying they wanted to protect the privacy of the Krzanich family and the person involved, according to the employee.

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Source: CBS News

Trump's family separation policy already cost millions

Today 03:26 GMT

It may have already cost American taxpayers millions of dollars for a policy most of them oppose, according to media reports.

President Donald Trump halted his policy of separating families at the border Wednesday by executive order following massive public outcry. But it may have already cost American taxpayers millions of dollars for a policy most of them oppose, according to media reports.

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Source: Global News

Kim Kardashian talks running for office, criticizes Trump’s ‘heartbreaking’ family separation policy

Today 03:26 GMT

Kim Kardashian spoke about politics and Trump’s heavily criticized family separation policy in a new interview with The Hollywood Reporter.

Jimmy Kimmel takes swipe at Donald Trump again over ‘bulls**t’ family separation policy. Trump’s policy saw almost 2,000 children, many under 10 years old, separated from their parents in the last six weeks at the U.S.-Mexico border.

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Source: Global News

Father of Quebec City mosque shooter says Crown ‘demonizing’ his son

Today 06:09 GMT

Crown prosecutors have demonized Quebec City mosque shooter Alexandre Bissonnette and want to put him away for 150 years for political reasons, the killer’s father told reporters Thursday at the conclusion of his sentencing hearing.

Defence argues 150 years in prison for Quebec mosque shooter would deprive him of hope. Alexandre is not a monster but a mentally ill victim of relentless bullying and intimidation during his school years, factors that could have played a role in the shooting, Raymond Bissonnette said.

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Source: NBC News

Florida police arrested suspect in rapper XXXTentacion's shooting death

Today 03:26 GMT

He said he used violence so she would engage with him. In one video on social media, he said: "If worse things come to worse, I (expletive) die a tragic death or some (expletive), and I'm not able to see out my dreams, I at least want to know that the kids perceive my message and were able to make something of themselves."

His attorney, David Bogenschutz, said Tuesday that investigators told him XXXTentacion had visited a bank shortly before the shooting and possibly withdrew cash to buy a motorcycle at Riva Motorsports in Deerfield Beach.

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Source: Reuters

Unconvincing France beat Peru 1-0 to book last-16 place

Today 03:26 GMT

France beat Peru 1-0 with a goal from Kylian Mbappe on Thursday to book their place in the last 16 of the World Cup and crush the South Americans’ hopes of progressing in their first appearance at the tournament for 36 years.

The result leaves France on six points and Denmark and Australia on four and one respectively after their 1-1 draw earlier in the day. Peru have yet to win a point but they have won numerous hearts in Russia, thanks to their industrious style of play and the passion of their supporters, a remarkable 15,000 of whom made the journey to roar on their team in Yekaterinburg.

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Source: BBC

World Cup 2018: Argentina 0-3 Croatia

Today 06:09 GMT

Argentina are facing the prospect of an early World Cup exit after a dreadful error from goalkeeper Willy Caballero set Croatia on their way to victory and a place in the last 16.

There were few signs to suggest Croatia would end up winning as convincingly as they did as Argentina enjoyed the majority of possession and almost scored a freakish opener when Meza hit the top of the bar with a cross.

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Source: Washington Post

House narrowly passes farm bill that includes stricter work requirements for food stamps, a month after failing on first try

Today 06:09 GMT

The bill was championed by a dwindling number of farm-district Republicans who feel duty-bound to deliver farm supports to their rural constituents.

GOP proposes stricter work requirements for food stamp recipients, a step toward a major overhaul of the social safety net. They’re the think tank pushing for welfare work requirements. There’s just this constant, gradual erosion of the farm bill’s political basis.”

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Source: DW

Africans weigh in on Germany's refugee policy debacle

Today 03:26 GMT

As the migration debate continues, Merkel's Christian Democratic Union-led governing coalition is seen to be buckling under the strain brought by the open rebellion of its sister party, the Christian Social Union under Seehofer's leadership.

To the big question facing Chancellor Angela Merkel – whether or not to shut the door on asylum seekers – some Africans are saying 'Why not?'. "Africans should stop giving negative notions about themselves," wrote Chijioke A. on DW Africa's Facebook page. "Stay in your homes and sort out the problems."

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Source: CBS News

Commentary: How Trump can still win the immigration debate

Today 06:08 GMT

For everyone who thinks this disastrous week in Donald Trump's presidency will do lasting damage, a question: Have you been in a coma since January 20, 2018?

Even if there is, does anybody really think that being (as Trump put it on Wednesday) "too strong" on the borders is what's going end Trump's run? And once again, even if Trump's pays some short-term price, there's a long-term upside for the president and, eventually, Republicans.

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Source: New York Times

Hubert Green, Who Won Golf’s U.S. Open Under a Threat, Dies at 71

Today 03:27 GMT

Hubert Green, whose unorthodox golf swing helped carry him to 19 PGA Tour victories, including one at the United States Open in 1977, when he continued to play despite learning of a death threat during the final round, died on Tuesday in Birmingham, Ala.

“In the end,” Dan Jenkins wrote in Sports Illustrated, “it could be said that none of the Ben Hogans or Bobby Joneses or Jack Nicklauses had ever won the Open under the very special kind of pressure that Hubert Green did.”

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Source: New York Times

Two New Books From Australia, Unconstrained by Literary Convention

Today 06:09 GMT

The images that have always attracted Murnane remain the focus of “Border Districts”: horse racing (both Murnane and his father were devoted to the sport, as gamblers and fans); prismatic objects like marbles and stained glass; Roman Catholic ritual and iconography (Murnane considered joining the priesthood before losing his faith as a young man); the parts of certain books that continue to have a place among the images in his mind; the landscape of the Victoria region of Australia where Murnane has lived all his life. “Border Districts,” like other examples of Murnane’s late work, is particularly interested in the reason certain images have remained in his mind while others have disappeared or been drained of color.

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Source: Common Domain

The Untold Story Behind Paris’s Most Charming Boutique

Today 06:09 GMT

You might wonder why I would want to smell like a shop but consider this: The shop in question is no ordinary store, but rather the original Diptyque boutique at 34 Boulevard Saint-Germain in the 5th arrondissement of Paris, a store whose windows have been full of whimsy and fanciful objets d’art since it first opened in 1961.

William disappeared one afternoon to see an old friend, and when he resurfaced with the friend a few hours later at the Café de Flore, he was carrying a candle.

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Source: CBS News

Reflections from Afghanistan

Today 04:22 GMT

Logan has covered the war in Afghanistan for 16 years, and she has spent time reporting in the country nearly every year since the war began in 2001.

When she returned to Afghanistan recently with a team of producers and a camera crew, she found a changed, more dangerous Kabul. In the three years since her last reporting trip to the city, Logan noticed the blast walls along the roads had doubled or tripled in height in some areas.

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Source: Fox News

4 common mistakes in retirement planning

Today 06:09 GMT

We all make mistakes, but when planning for your retirement some mistakes can have a negative impact on your golden years.

Newman advised four common mistakes in retirement planning and how to avoid them:. •    Investing like you’re still young. “It starts with knowing what lifestyle you want to achieve in retirement and the options that will both protect you and enhance what should be the best years of your life.”

Source: NBC News

Many children separated from parents at border are under 13

Today 11:49 GMT
Source: Fox News

Crying migrant girl on TIME magazine cover was not separated from mother, family says

Today 14:38 GMT
Source: Fox News

House GOP abruptly scraps planned vote on troubled immigration bill, saying it could pass next week

Today 14:37 GMT
Source: Reuters

Trump urges Republican lawmakers to drop immigration effort

Today 14:38 GMT
Source: New York Times

Melania Trump Wore a Jacket Saying ‘I Really Don’t Care’ on Her Way to Texas Shelters

Today 14:37 GMT
Source: New York Times

What Trump Should Learn From the ‘Banana War’

Today 14:38 GMT
Source: The Guradian

Melania Trump wears 'I don't care' jacket on plane to visit child detention center

Today 14:38 GMT
Source: The Guradian

YouTube faces paying billions to music stars after copyright vote

Thursday 08:11 GMT
Source: Common Domain

European Firms Fret Over Made-In-China Policy

Wednesday 23:55 GMT
Source: Global News

Reduce taxes, fees to help grow Canada’s airline industry, lower prices: study

Today 03:25 GMT
Source: Common Domain

England’s Southend-on-Sea Has Seen Prices Rise Almost 291% Since 2000

Thursday 21:00 GMT
Source: Global News

Welcome to the era of flat home prices

Thursday 16:26 GMT
Source: Fox News

Japan and Senegal fans impress at World Cup after helping to clean up stadiums

Thursday 05:16 GMT
Source: CBS News

Make Music Day celebrates the musician in everyone

Today 09:03 GMT

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