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Virtus Fund Advisers LLC Lowers Holdings in Mastercard (NYSE:MA)

Cap Ww Investors has invested 0.42% in Mastercard Incorporated (NYSE:MA). The stock decreased 0.53% or $0.13 during the last trading session, reaching $24.38. The insider Murphy Timothy H sold $5.53 million. The insider Haythornthwaite Richard sold $712,540. 1,000 shares valued at $164,920 were sold by MEISENBACH JOHN W on Monday, October 2. Read More »

Holy Week and Easter Services


The church will conduct a Maundy Thursday service at 7 p.m. on Thursday and a Good Friday Tenebrae service at 7 p.m. Friday. Admission is free and the community is invited. Everyone is invited to attend. There will also be an opportunity to take communion and have prayerful reflection Thursday. Easter Egg Hunt for GOOD occurs directly after the 9:00 a.m. Read More »

Funeral for fallen FDNY firefighter Michael Davidson


Nick's Jazz Pub, where Norton had been filming Motherless Brooklyn , starring Bruce Willis, Willem Dafoe , and Alec Baldwin . Hundreds turned out. Edward Norton was among the mourners at a weekend wake for the New York City firefighter who died in a huge blaze on the set of the actor/director's new movie. Read More »

Putin, Erdogan will attend Akkuyu groundbreaking next week: Turkish PM


The prime minister's statement followed a phone call with Turkish Prime Minister Binali Yildirim, when Abadi assured Ankara that Baghdad forces would prevent Kurdish militants from launching attacks inside Turkey from Iraqi soil. "The numbers are just staggering: almost 160,000 people arrested during an 18-month state of emergency; 152,000 civil servants dismissed, many totally arbitrarily; teachers, judges and lawyers dismissed or prosecuted; journalists arrested". Read More »

Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu Taken To Hospital For Tests


Netanyahu's personal physician Dr. Tzvi Berkowitz has said the prime minister never fully recovered from an illness two weeks ago. The prime minister, his wife, Sara, and their son were also questioned on Monday evening in connection to a corruption case involving an Israeli telecom giant. Read More »

H&M inventory piles up as its earnings plunge


It became the latest retailer operating in the United Kingdom to report business being blown off course by an "unusually cold" winter when it revealed flat sales for the three months to the end of February compared with the same period previous year. Read More »

Tata Nexon XZ launched at Rs 799000


The new XZ variant is positioned just below the top-of-the-line XZ+ variant in the market. "With 14 exciting features, the Nexon XZ is yet another step towards making the brand more aspirational". As The dual tone roof option on the XZ+ variant will not be offered on the XZ variant and it rides on 16-inch steel wheels unlike the XZ+ that comes with dual-tone alloy wheels. Read More »

Blackhawks trade Ryan Hartman to the Nashville Predators


The 23-year-old had eight goals and 17 assists in 57 games and was a healthy scratch on a number of occasions. Without much cap space and a lot of players with Non-Move Clauses, this was a wise move by GM Stan Bowman. Tolvanen starred for Finland at the Olympics, scoring three goals and adding six assists in five games. Entering Monday, the Predators held a two-point lead over the Winnipeg Jets for first place in the Central and trailed the Western Conference-leading Vegas Golden Knights ... Read More »

Dashcam video of Utah Highway Patrol trooper being hit by vehicle


Shocking dashcam video shows Utah Highway Patrol Sergeant, Cade Brenchley, being hit by a auto while responding to a crash in Sardine Canyon over the weekend. I've just been hit. "10-4" the trooper says, then calls for help. In releasing the dashcam video, Department of Public Safety officials hope it will remind drivers to slow down and give first responders room while they are on the road - especially during inclement conditions. Read More »

AAP MLA Naresh Balyan Booked For Justifying Assault of Delhi Chief Secretary


As the rift widens between Delhi's top bureacrat and the government, Chief Secretary Anshu Prakash on Tuesday, in a letter to the Chief Minister, said that he will attend the meeting of council of ministers on Budget Session only on assurance "that CM will ensure there is no physical attack and verbal assault on the officers". Read More »

Mitt Romney: I'm 'More Conservative' Than Trump


Romney is now one of 12 Republicans running for retiring Sen. Mitt Romney is making the case that he's more conservative than President Donald Trump on immigration. Trump rescinded the program with a three month delay past year and attempted to make a deal in February that would have created a path to citizenship for 1.8 million young immigrants including DACA recipients in exchange for funding for the border wall. Read More »

Arizona mother facing murder charges after 2 kids found dead


Brittany Velasquez, 20, was arrested after her two children were found dead in a vehicle, police said. The Pinal County Sheriff's Office in a statement identified the mother as Brittany Velasquez. Forghani says autopsies will be conducted to determine the cause of death. Superior is about 60 miles east of Phoenix. An online jail roster put Velasquez's age at 21, differing from the sheriff's statement. Read More »

Body Found in NorCal Grave Believed to Be Missing Model


POLICE say a body found dumped in a shallow grave is believed to be that of an aspiring actress and model who went missing in LA last month. Her boyfriend, 33-year-old Christopher Spotz, was considered a person of interest before leading police on a auto chase across the greater Los Angeles area in a stolen Toyota Tacoma and shooting himself Thursday night. Read More »

Trump Administration Strikes Trade Deal With South Korea


A currency dealer works in front of electronic boards showing the Korea Composite Stock Price Index (right) and the exchange rate between the Chinese yuan and South Korean won, in Seoul, August 12, 2015. In addition to the increased access for American vehicles that meet U.S. but not necessarily South Korean safety standards, the USA officials also said they won reductions in non-tariff barriers to United States vehicle sales, including elimination of duplicate environmental testing ... Read More »

Dead in Russian Shopping Center Fire


Yevgeny Dedyukhin, deputy head of the Kemerovo region emergency department, said the area of the fire was about 1500 square metres. Numerous victims were children, about a dozen people are still missing after the blaze in the industrial city of about half a million people, over 2,000 miles east of Moscow , the Interfax news agency reported. Read More »

Children killed in Russian mall inferno


As many as 41 children may be among the victims, and 16 people are missing, Russian officials say. Anna Kuznetsova, Russia's children's rights commissioner, said the fire had been caused by incompetence and that similar shopping centers across Russia should be urgently checked. Read More »

Ardern: We don't have any Russian diplomats to expel


We don't have Russian undeclared intelligence officers here. Several diplomats have been expelled from countries such as the USA, Australia and Canada, as well as European countries, due to Russian Federation being blamed for the poisoning of former spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter. Read More »

Britain's opposition Labour party 'backs customs union'


In an attempt to distinguish his own party's position from the Conservative government , which remains committed to cutting all ties with the EU customs union and single market, Corbyn insisted that Labour would now back a "new and strong relationship with the single market" whereby Britain would continue to follow EU trade rules. Read More »

Ex-staffer claims Cambridge Analytica had worked for Congress

Asked about Cambridge Analytica's links to the University of Cambridge, he said: "It didn't have a formal relationship, but we did work with a lot of professors at the University of Cambridge, particularly the psychology department". Wylie became a research director for Strategic Communication Laboratories (SCL), the parent company of CA, in 2014. He has told British MPs that his predecessor at CA may have been poisoned. Read More »

Police quiz Israeli PM Netanyahu in corruption case


To the question of how much Israeli media influences investigations of the prime minister, 28 percent consider it definitely influential, 19 percent rated it very influential, and 12 percent think it has no influence at all. Netanyahu has been in power for nearly 12 years during two stints and the allegations have raised questions about his successor. One is Shlomo Filber, the former director general of the Communications Ministry; the other is Nir Hefetz, a former spokesman of Netanyahu. Read More »

UAE slams Qatar over 'reckless' fighter jets


The UAE's General Civil Aviation Authority (GCAA) has condemned the "irresponsible" actions of two Qatari fighter jets which approached UAE-registered commercial airplanes over Bahraini airspace . Qatar in June 2017 asked the ICAO to intervene after its Gulf neighbors closed their airspace to Qatar flights as part of the sanctions. The list of demands included shutting down media outlets Al Jazeera and London-based The New Arab , curbing relations with Iran and closing a Turkish military ... Read More »

Turkish, Russian presidents discuss Syria summit over phone


Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and Russian President Vladimir Putin have discussed the situation in Syria during a phone conversation, Turkish media reported March 27. On Jan. 20, the Turkish Armed Forces, together with the Free Syrian Army, launched the Operation Olive Branch in Afrin, Syria . Turkish Army has said efforts are underway to help civilians return home in a secure manner. Read More »

Vehicle found in gully after fatal crash off desert highway


A man who crashed into a gully and was thrown from his vehicle was discovered Sunday after drivers in a lifted truck spotted his crashed vehicle off the highway. His injuries appeared to be non-life-threatening, police said. According to a crash report, Eller was traveling an estimated 45 miles per hour at the time of the crash. Read More »

Palace insists: HR groups 'unwitting tools' of drug lords

Cayetano and Roque did not mention any human rights group, but worldwide non-government organizations advocating human rights such as Amnesty global and Human Rights Watch have been among the most vocal critics of the anti-drug campaign. In his statement yesterday , Roque said drug lords wanted to "continue to do and thrive in the drug business", and so were looking for ways to destabilise the administration's efforts to fight the drug trade. Read More »