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US Coast Guard searches for cruise ship passenger in Bahamas

The Memorandum of Agreement announced today with Meyer Turku is subject to several conditions, including satisfactory financing. "This ship will be the largest in the P&O Cruises fleet, will have a striking new exterior and interior design and will comprehensively embrace the company's classic and iconic features".

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Tesla Touts New Model S as Quickest Production Car in the World

With the new range, driver would be able to travel from San Francisco to Los Angeles without recharging. Both vehicles, however, are not cheap. For those ordering fresh, the Model S P100D starts at $134,500, while the Model X P100D starts at $135,500.

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Hillary Clinton: Foundation 'looking for partners'

The white nationalist Richard Spencer was on vacation in Japan when he learned that Hillary Clinton was planning to give a speech about Donald Trump's ties to the so-called alt right, and he was thrilled. It was Ronald Reagan, still invoked today as the chief Republican deity, who began his 1980 presidential campaign with a rally in Philadelphia, Mississippi, the rural town where three young civil rights workers were murdered by the Ku Klux Klan in 1964.

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Renee Zellweger does not fear ageing

Staff members prepare the venue for the world premiere of "Bridget Jones's Baby" at Leicester Square in London , Britain September 5, 2016. Many have been saying that Zellweger's signature squinty-eyed, cute-as-a-button look has drastically transformed, making her look almost unrecognizable.

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Judge grants short work stop on 4-state pipeline

Protesters at the Dakota Access Oil Pipeline site near Cannon Ball expects to stay out there all winter. Sunoco Logistics Partners, which is headquartered in Newtown Square, is another key pipeline investor along with ETP, and the Dakota Access Pipeline is slated to feed into a Sunoco Logistics terminal.

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US Service-Sector Index Shows Slower Growth

On Tuesday, Sept. 6, 2016, the Institute for Supply Management, a trade group of purchasing managers, issues its index of non-manufacturing activity for July. Service sector activity in the USA grew for the 79th consecutive month in August, but at its slowest pace in more than six years, missing consensus, industry data showed on Tuesday.