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Rouhani says Iran needs 'no one's permission' to build missiles

Iran's Defense Minister Brigadier General Hossein Dehqan (1st L) briefs President Hassan Rouhani (C) on a tactical domestically-built drone, dubbed Mohajer-6, in Tehran on April 15, 2017. "Once again, I am here for Iran, for Islam, for freedom and for more stability in this country", he told reporters on Friday as he registered his candidacy.

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Scorpion lands on the head of United Airlines passenger and stings him

The panel held a hearing earlier this week about the highly publicized incident in which Louisville physician David Dao was forcibly thrown off a United flight because airline employees needed seats. Dao's lawyer said he doesn't believe the incident was racially motivated and that it appears that airlines don't have standard procedures for kicking people off plane.

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Mark Hamill: Carrie Fisher Star Wars tribute is 'therapy'

But this is just one out-of-context line in a teaser - we do see Luke giving the film's protagonist Rey some traditional Jedi training, after all. She's taking her first step to coming to terms with this thing inside her that she never knew was there and is just starting to reveal its potential.

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Apple may be looking to bid on Toshiba's chip-making business

The company has reportedly put in a $27 billion bid on Toshiba's memory business, which is expected to be rejected. Apple was not immediately available for comment. This company is also one of the bidders for this chip business. The company also stated that it should be given exclusive negotiating rights, notes CNBC.

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EPA moves to undo tougher pollution limits on coal plants

Former EPA head Gina McCarthy's security detail consisted of six to eight personnel who assisted only during worldwide travel and public appearances. He added that coal miners should never apologize for the work they do. The company blamed the "destruction of the coal industry" by the Obama administration for its inability to provide the benefits to the retirees. The order also took measures to further protect the coal industry, namely by instructing the Department of the Interior to lift a ...

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Only 98000 New Jobs Were Created In March, Labor Department Says

It was barely half the previous month's gain. The jobless rates for adult men (4.3%), teenagers (13.7%), black people (8.0%) and Asian people (3.3%) showed little or no change. In March, year-over-year wage growth was 2.7%, slightly lower than February but much higher than the 2016 average of 2.3%. And after factoring in inflation in the past year, paychecks are essentially flat.


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