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As holiday shopping nears, Michael Rozin, Rozin Security, discusses security in malls and weighs in on TSA security in the wake of the shooting at LAX.

  • Prince William and Prince Harry's Most Iconic Moments Together
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    Time

    Prince William and Prince Harry's Most Iconic Moments Together

    It’s official: Prince William will be Prince Harry‘s best man at his May 19 wedding to Meghan Markle in Windsor, the same role that Harry played for William on the occasion of his 2011 marriage to Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge. Whether playing piano, traveling around the world on royal tours or just goofing around — often near their mom, Princess Diana — William and Harry were always hams for the camera from a young age. It doesn’t hurt that, like Prince George and Princess Charlotte after them, their wardrobes were impeccably adorable.

  • An American Airlines passenger died after a flight during which a doctor allegedly asked crew for an emergency landing three times (AAL)
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    Business Insider

    An American Airlines passenger died after a flight during which a doctor allegedly asked crew for an emergency landing three times (AAL)

    American Airlines passenger Brittany Oswell died after a flight on which she suffered an embolism and went into cardiac arrest, according to a wrongful death lawsuit filed against the airline by Oswell's husband and parents. Attorney Brad Cranshaw claims a doctor on the flight examined Oswell and asked for an emergency landing multiple times. The flight crew allegedly didn't follow the doctor's request, and Oswell later died at Baylor Medical Center in Dallas.

  • President Trump's Interview on Fox Caused Prosecutors to Change Their Strategy in the Cohen Case
    Politics
    Time

    President Trump's Interview on Fox Caused Prosecutors to Change Their Strategy in the Cohen Case

    Prosecutors probing President Donald Trump’s lawyer said they are prepared to use a neutral outsider to review documents seized this month from the home and office of Michael Cohen, an about-face from the government’s initial plan to scrutinize the documents itself. In a five-page letter to the judge on Thursday, federal prosecutors in Manhattan said they now recommend that retired U.S. Magistrate Judge Frank Maas serve as the special master to weed out records that might be covered by the attorney-client privilege. “We believe that using Judge Maas or another neutral retired former Magistrate Judge familiar with this electronic discovery process and with experience in ruling on issues of privilege will lead to an expeditious and fair review of the materials obtained through the judicially authorized search warrants,” prosecutors said in a letter filed just hours before a court hearing scheduled for noon.

  • Finance
    Associated Press

    Cypress: 1Q Earnings Snapshot

    SAN JOSE, Calif. (AP) _ Cypress Semiconductor Corp. (CY) on Thursday reported first-quarter net income of $9.1 million, after reporting a loss in the same period a year earlier. The San Jose, California-based company

  • Exclusive: T-Mobile, Sprint make progress in talks, aim for deal next week - sources
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    Reuters

    Exclusive: T-Mobile, Sprint make progress in talks, aim for deal next week - sources

    The combined company would have more than 127 million customers and could create more formidable competition for the No.1 and No.2 wireless players, Verizon Communications Inc and AT&T Inc , amid a race to expand offerings in 5G, the next generation of wireless technology. T-Mobile majority-owner Deutsche Telekom and Japan's SoftBank Group Corp , which controls Sprint, are considering an agreement that would dictate how they exercise voting control over the combined company, two of the sources said.

  • Subway Closing 500 Locations in U.S.
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    InvestorPlace

    Subway Closing 500 Locations in U.S.

    According to the restaurant chain, it will be closing down the 500 stores as it looks for the best locations for its business. Subway notes that it will also be relocating some of its stores in an effort to maximize its potential in the U.S. Subway doesn’t yet have a list of the 500 U.S. stores that it will be closing. It has been struggling to overcome its competition and closed over 800 U.S. restaurants in 2017.

  • Amazon will increase the price of its annual Prime plan effective on May 11
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    CNBC.com

    Amazon will increase the price of its annual Prime plan effective on May 11

    Amazon is increasing the price of its Prime membership from $99 to $119 starting on May 11. The company just announced the price increase on its first quarter earnings call, attributing the spike to the service's rising costs, and noting that this was its first price hike since March 2014. Amazon Prime, which has more than 100 million paid members worldwide, gives members free two-day shipping on lots of products, as well as access to exclusive TV shows, movies, and music. New users will have to pay $119 for Prime starting on May 11, though existing Prime members will have until June 16 to renew their membership at the current $99 price-point. The move comes only a few months after Amazon raised

  • Losing a dog can be harder than losing a relative or friend
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    Quartz

    Losing a dog can be harder than losing a relative or friend

    Recently, my wife and I went through one of the more excruciating experiences of our lives—the euthanasia of our beloved dog, Murphy. I remember making eye contact with Murphy moments before she took her last breath—she flashed me a look that was an endearing blend of confusion and the reassurance that everything was okay because we were both by her side. When people who have never had a dog see their dog-owning friends mourn the loss of a pet, they probably think it’s all a bit of an overreaction; after all, it’s “just a dog.” However, those who have loved a dog know the truth: Your own pet is never “just a dog.” Many times, I’ve had friends guiltily confide to me that they grieved more over

  • Here's why Subway is closing 500 U.S. stores
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    Yahoo Finance Video

    Here's why Subway is closing 500 U.S. stores

    Subways is shifting its strategy. The sandwich chain is closing about 500 stores in the U.S. this year. The move comes after the company reportedly closed more than 800 locations last year. Yahoo Finance's Seana Smith, Ethan Wolff-Mann and Dan Roberts discuss.

  • Manhunt Underway For Man Who Police Say Killed Officer and Robbed Store in Maine
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    Time

    Manhunt Underway For Man Who Police Say Killed Officer and Robbed Store in Maine

    Aircraft and armored vehicles were seen around Norridgewock and schools were locked down as officers from federal, state and local law enforcement officials search for a 29-year-old man who remained on the loose after abandoning the stolen cruiser, state police told reporters Wednesday.

  • Bookings for Southwest fall after fatal accident
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    Associated Press

    Bookings for Southwest fall after fatal accident

    Inspections of jet engines at Southwest Airlines turned up one cracked fan blade last year but no others since last week's deadly accident that investigators believe started when a weakened blade broke off during flight. Southwest executives said Thursday that they have checked more than 25,000 fan blades since 2016 for signs of metal fatigue and the remaining 10,000 will be inspected by mid-May. Last-minute trips fell, but so did bookings into May. Southwest canceled some flights to send planes for inspections, and it stopped advertising on television and social media.

  • The True Cost of the Chernobyl Disaster Has Been Greater Than It Seems
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    Time

    The True Cost of the Chernobyl Disaster Has Been Greater Than It Seems

    In terms of direct deaths attributable to the accident, the Chernobyl nuclear disaster turned out to be anything but a highly destructive force. Whereas the nuclear bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki claimed close to 200,000 immediate victims — more than 100,000 killed and the rest injured — the Chernobyl explosion caused 2 immediate deaths and 29 deaths from acute radiation sickness in the course of the next three months. Altogether, 237 people were airlifted from Chernobyl to Moscow and treated in the special clinic there.

  • Read This Before Buying Realty Income Corporation (NYSE:O) For Its Upcoming $0.22 Dividend
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    Simply Wall St.

    Read This Before Buying Realty Income Corporation (NYSE:O) For Its Upcoming $0.22 Dividend

    Investors who want to cash in on Realty Income Corporation’s (NYSE:O) upcoming dividend of $0.22 per share have only 3 days left to buy the shares before its ex-dividend date, 30 April 2018, in time for dividends payable on the 15 May 2018. Should you diversify into Realty Income and boost your portfolio income stream?

  • 7 Stocks Goldman Sachs Thinks Are Set to Rip Higher
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    InvestorPlace

    7 Stocks Goldman Sachs Thinks Are Set to Rip Higher

    With the market in gridlock, Goldman Sachs has identified 30 stocks with big upside potential. Goldman says trade tensions and rate decisions “[have] made the environment difficult for stock pickers.” But don’t panic! For the best alpha generation opportunities, the firm recommends picking stocks that are more correlated with company specifics rather than general market forces. As a result, all the stocks here have a “Strong Buy” Street consensus rating based only on the last three months.

  • Kim Jong-un will bring his own toilet with him to the Koreas summit
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    Quartz

    Kim Jong-un will bring his own toilet with him to the Koreas summit

    Tomorrow (April 27), Kim Jong-un will cross the military demarcation line separating his country from South Korea—a first for a North Korean leader—for a historic summit with South Korean president Moon Jae-in. When he makes the crossing, he’ll bring with him his wife Ri Sol-ju, his sister Kim Yo-jong, several high-level North Korean officials, possibly edible symbolic gifts—and a toilet. The Washington Post said the leader doesn’t use public toilets, citing Lee Yun-keol, who before defecting to South Korea worked at one time in a North Korean guard unit that protects the leader.

  • Why AT&T, Inc. Shares Fell 6.9% Lower Today
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    Motley Fool

    Why AT&T, Inc. Shares Fell 6.9% Lower Today

    In the first quarter, AT&T's top-line revenue fell 3.6% year over year to land at $31.8 billion. AT&T added 2.2 million net new subscribers to its domestic wireless networks in the first quarter. AT&T's TV service business also failed to impress investors, losing subscribers for the DirecTV satellite service and holding steady in the fiber-based U-verse segment.

  • Subway closing 500 restaurants in the North America this year
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    Fox Business Videos

    Subway closing 500 restaurants in the North America this year

    FBN's Cheryl Casone on Subway's plans to close 500 restaurants in North America.

  • Subway to Close 500 More Locations This Year
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    Good Housekeeping

    Subway to Close 500 More Locations This Year

    According to Bloomberg, Subway's sales fell 4.4% last year. Subway CEO Suzanne Greco told Bloomberg that the company also plans to move some of its locations to more prime areas in an effort to add more customers. “We want to be sure that we have the best location,” Greco told Bloomberg.

  • Why Warren Buffett is not afraid of the stock market
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    Yahoo Finance

    Why Warren Buffett is not afraid of the stock market

    Berkshire Hathaway (BRK-A, BRK-B) CEO Warren Buffett is one of the most ardent bulls when it comes to the U.S. stock market and the economy at large. Earlier this year, Yahoo Finance’s Andy Serwer spoke with Buffett in Omaha, and during this conversation Buffett explained the magic of compounding by illustrating how a $114 could’ve turned into $400,000. Of course, the road between 1942 and 2018 was anything but smooth. The stock market crashed in 1987, investors endured a multi-year bear market in the 1970s, the tech bubble burst in 2000, and the global economy ground to a halt in 2008.

  • Forget "FANG" Stocks, and Say Hello to "VISE"
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    Motley Fool

    Forget "FANG" Stocks, and Say Hello to "VISE"

    Over the trailing two-year period through April 25, 2018, Facebook, Amazon, Netflix, and Alphabet were up a respective 36%, 117%, 219%, and 44%. As a whole, FANG has delivered for investors. Of course, the question has also been raised as to whether FANG stocks can continue to deliver after such impressive returns.

  • Should You Buy Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. After Earnings Beat?
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    InvestorPlace

    Should You Buy Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. After Earnings Beat?

    Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. (NASDAQ:AMD) reported fiscal first-quarter earnings results on Wednesday after close. Bears had previously attacked AMD stock on its valuation, but when the company began churning out gains rather than losses, the rhetoric turned to cryptocurrency fears. Earnings per share of 11 cents came in 2 cents per share ahead of expectations.

  • Citigroup Says Buy 3% 10-Year Treasuries, Target Rally to 2.65%
    Finance
    Bloomberg

    Citigroup Says Buy 3% 10-Year Treasuries, Target Rally to 2.65%

    Who wants to buy U.S. Treasuries at these levels? With the longest selloff in a year stalling, Citigroup strategists Jabaz Mathai and Jason Williams say go long duration by purchasing 10-year notes at about 3 percent. The median estimate among 57 analysts surveyed by Bloomberg is for the 10-year rate to climb gradually for the rest of 2018, to 3.14 percent by year-end.

  • Finance
    Reuters

    Boeing defers Iran deliveries, eases output concerns

    Boeing has found new homes for jets it hoped to deliver to Iran this year, further clouding the prospect of quick deliveries as U.S. President Donald Trump considers whether to withdraw from a pact to remove nuclear-related sanctions. The head of the U.S. planemaker also signaled on Wednesday that Boeing is no longer as concerned as it once was that a collapse of the deal could force it to cut production of the 777 jetliner, threatening hundreds of jobs, due to a pickup in demand. "We have no Iranian deliveries that are scheduled or part of the (production) skyline this year, so those have been deferred in line with the U.S. government process," Boeing Chief Executive Dennis Muilenburg said in a conference call.

  • Western Digital (WDC) Posts Big Earnings Beat, Revenues Rise Over 7%
    Finance
    Zacks

    Western Digital (WDC) Posts Big Earnings Beat, Revenues Rise Over 7%

    Western Digital Corp. WDC just released its latest quarterly financial results, posting earnings of $3.63 per share and revenues of $5 billion. Currently, WDC is a Zacks Rank #1 (Strong Buy), but that could change based on today’s results. Estimates have increased by 14 cents for the current year over the last two months, and the Zacks Consensus sits at $14.05 per share.

  • Ford says only Mustang, Focus will live on in North America as it drops slow-selling sedans
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    MarketWatch

    Ford says only Mustang, Focus will live on in North America as it drops slow-selling sedans

    Ford Motor Co. said Wednesday it will stop investing in sedans in North America, bowing to U.S. drivers’ seemingly never-ending zest for crossovers and pickup trucks. Ford F, +2.61%  shifted focus on “building a winning portfolio” of vehicles, by which it meant no more of its slow-selling sedans at least for North America. U.S. drivers have gravitated to SUVs and pickup trucks for years, thanks in part to these vehicles’ relative fuel economy improvements and price drops. Many car buyers also report enjoying the high-riding seating position of an SUV or pickup truck. “Ford realized it can’t be everything to everyone, and in today’s market that could be OK,” said Jessica Caldwell, an analyst with