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The stock increased 0.69% or $0.03 on May 31, reaching $4.35. Viking Fund Management Limited Liability holds 3.38% or 1.29M shares. It has underperformed by 16.70% the S&P500. Nonetheless, from here on out, earnings per share forecasts for the current quarter are $0.16. Segall Bryant And Hamill invested in 57,467 shares. Any delay in the Trans Mountain expansion would be a negative for Kinder Morgan but might provide a boost for rival Enbridge Inc.'s mainline system, according to David ...
  • Trump praises Israeli-Palestinian peace efforts, does not mention two-state solution

    Trump praises Israeli-Palestinian peace efforts, does not mention two-state solution

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    Palestinians are observing a second general strike in solidarity with Palestinian detainees in Israeli jails who are observing a month-long hunger strike. DONALD TRUMP arrived in Israel on May 22nd with a surprising message concerning the situation in the Middle East. Donald Trump's relationship with Melania has been heavily scrutinised ever since he was welcomed into office as the 45th President of the United States.
  • False! Trump Claims Paris Deal Would Only Make 'Tiny' Difference

    False! Trump Claims Paris Deal Would Only Make 'Tiny' Difference

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    Trump said implementing the accord would have wrought havoc with the paper, cement, iron and steel, coal, and natural gas sectors of the American economy and would have meant $3 trillion in lost GDP, 6.5 million industrial job losses and $7,000 less in annual income for American households.
  • California Things to Know for Today

    California Things to Know for Today

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    The Fresno , California sixth-grader spelled all those words correctly, before nailing the final word marocain - a dress fabric made from rayon, wool or silk - to clinch the title on Thursday evening. First started in 1925, the objective of the Scripps National Spelling Bee is to help students improve their spelling, increase their vocabularies, learn concepts and develop correct English usage that will help them all their lives.
  • Bloomberg Pledges $15 Million To Help Prop Up Battered Paris Climate Deal

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    President Donald Trump announced on Thursday that the USA will withdraw from the landmark 2015 agreement to fight climate change , signed by every country except Syria and Nicaragua . "Nothing can and will stop us from doing so". With Trump seeking to renegotiate the climate accord , the prospects of which remain highly unclear, US sub-national bodies have committed to sticking to the parameters of the Paris agreement .
  • Terror attacks strike heart of London; 6 people killed

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    A cab driver said he saw the men jump out of the van. Multiple ambulances were sent to the scene with the first team arriving within six minutes, according to the London Ambulance Service . "We stood up, everyone was moving, I saw a man who was bleeding". A witness told CNN two men had entered a restaurant in the Borough Market area and stabbed two people inside.
  • What does the US's withdrawal from the Paris Agreement mean for Poland?

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    There was a mix of dismay and anger across the world. Environment chief Erik Solheim says the decision by President Donald Trump to pull the USA out of the Paris climate accord "in no way brings an end to this unstoppable effort". The Russian Federation is one of the world's largest emitter of global greenhouse gases it has a large mitigation potential and could play a major role in the Paris accord .
  • Apple said to ready Siri speaker in bid to rival Google, Amazon

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    This has been the major difference between Apple and the other two majors, Google and Amazon . Bloomberg also revealed that Apple won't integrate a screen in its first iteration of the Siri Speaker . But without compatibility, users are more likely to choose Echo or Home and use other streaming services than Apple Music . Apple's behind the curve when it comes to voice-powered speakers.
  • As US weighs climate pullout, United Nations wants world to be more ambitious

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    But he indicated that was hardly a priority. "If we can, great". Guterres said the United Nations was engaged with the USA administration and Congress to try to convince them to abide by the agreement. The president, however, argued the agreement had disadvantaged the U.S. The immediate impact of Trump's move could be largely symbolic. Several big coal companies, including Cloud Peak Energy, had publicly urged Trump to stay in the deal as a way to help protect the industry's mining ...
  • Three terror suspects, killed

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    Khan says the militants want to disrupt Britain's democracy and hamper plans for voting in the general election June 8. "I hid in a restaurant basement for about an hour". A spokesperson from Downing Street said that the Government's Cobra emergency committee would meet this morning. The attacks occurred on a Saturday night in an area where hundreds of people were enjoying themselves in bars and restaurants.
  • 3 attackers, 6 others killed in London Bridge area terror attacks

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    The BBC cited police as saying there had been more than one fatality. May said that "following updates from police and security officials, I can confirm that the bad incident in London is being treated as a potential act of terrorism". She had said she did not know where two people she had been with were. "Around the corner there was a guy with a stab wound on his neck". There was a doctor in the pub and she helped him.
  • China, EU claim climate leadership as United States steps back

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    Sustainability and environmental improvements have been one Reed's big pushes as mayor. Leaders across the world have expressed their dismay and disgust at Trump's decision, and some - like France's new president, Emmanuel Macron - have addressed themselves directly to the American people, promising that the crucial fight to save our planet doesn't need Trump's stamp of approval to continue.
  • U.S. states, cities and firms unite behind Paris accord

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    Negotiated over several tense weeks in 2015 and signed by President Obama, the agreement was one of the most significant worldwide environmental pacts ever penned. Mayors of Los Angeles, Salt Lake City, Atlanta and Pittsburgh have signed onto the effort, the report said, among many others . "Through the Paris agreement, the USA -the world's second largest carbon emitter-joined with all but two countries to commit to policies to prevent and mitigate the impact of global warming on human ...
  • 'Grim' reports of London attack: former PM

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    At the London bridge, witnesses said the van was reported to have swerved onto the pavement and there have been unconfirmed reports of gunfire, The Guardian reported . Media reports suggested that one suspect remained on the run. Twenty-five-year-old Will Orton, who was at a nearby pub, told BBC "lots of people came running inside".
  • United Nations expands sanctions against North Korea

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    The delegate, Michael Fullilove, citing Trump withdrawing from both the Paris agreement and the 12-nation trade deal known as the Trans-Pacific Partnership and repeatedly criticizing the North Atlantic Treaty Organization. It also gave an opportunity for Australia to put forward its perspectives and hopefully influence United States thinking as the Trump administration reviewed its foreign policy settings, she said.
  • Chelsea could make Brazilian star their first summer signing

    Chelsea could make Brazilian star their first summer signing

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    However, with Kyle Walker's future uncertain at Tottenham, their boss Mauricio Pochettino is believed to be keeping tabs on Alves' situation, while Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola wants to be reunited with him having coached him at Barca in the past.
  • Seven-run seventh rallies Oklahoma past Xavier 7-2 in NCAA

    Seven-run seventh rallies Oklahoma past Xavier 7-2 in NCAA

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    Both starting pitchers were rock solid through six innings on the night, and while Oklahoma sophomore right-hander Jake Irvin (Bloomington, Minn.) outlasted Louisville's junior lefty Brendan McKay on the night, the UL bullpen proved to be the difference.
  • Video shows 'annihilation' of ICBM by USA missile interceptor in historic test

    Video shows 'annihilation' of ICBM by USA missile interceptor in historic test

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    In the USA test, the Pentagon's Missile Defense Agency launched an interceptor rocket from an underground silo at Vandenberg Air Force Base in California. North Korea said the test was a success. The intercept of ICBMs have not been tested even once. As important as this test is, the GMD system is still far from being able to provide reliable protection from a real-world missile threat - LAURA GREGO , Senior scientist at the Union of Concerned Scientists commented in a recent post .
  • Japan holds evacuation drill amid tension from N. Korea

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    Adding names to the United Nations blacklist - a global travel ban and asset freeze - was the minimum sanctions measures the Security Council could have taken and comes after five weeks of negotiations between Washington and Beijing . Those measures aimed to cut North Korea's annual export revenue by a quarter. They have said the terrorism threat to the city-state remains at the highest level in years, although there was no credible intelligence of an imminent attack.Philippine troops ...
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    Merkel califica de "muy lamentable" retirada de EEUU del Acuerdo de París

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    Desde Canada , el Jefe de Estado Justin Trudeau contó que están "profundamente decepcionados" al conocer que el gobierno federal de Estados Unidos ha decidido retirarse del acuerdo de París . Aunque la salida efectiva de Estados Unidos podría tener lugar en 2020, después de invocar el artículo 28 del acuerdo, Trump ya precisó que todos los compromisos no vinculantes del acuerdo cesarán "el día de hoy".
  • United Kingdom parties suspend election campaign after London attack

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    British Transport Police said casualties were reported after an incident that may have involved a van and a knife attack, while the London Ambulance Service said it was sending multiple resources to the incident near London Bridge . London has a large French population and attracts many French visitors. His girlfriend, not believed to be a New Zealander, was also injured. France is still under a state of emergency after a string of Islamic extremist attacks.
  • London attacks: 'They were stabbing everyone...evil, evil people', recounts eyewitness

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    An hour after reports of a van ploughing into people on London Bridge, the United States president tweeted: "We need to be smart, vigilant and tough". "I froze beacause I didn't know what to do", Mark Roberts, 53, a management consultant, told Reuters . The New York Police Department's Counterterrorism Bureau said on Twitter that its critical response teams had been deployed to heavily traveled pedestrian areas.
  • What happened in London? How the terror attack unfolded

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    Medics treated the injured near the market as shocked people cried and shouted around them. At least 20 people were mowed down when a white van ploughed into pedestrians on London Bridge . Dozens of emergency vehicles could be seen and a wide area around London Bridge was cordoned off as two helicopters hovered overhead. The attack comes as campaigning for the June 8 election enters its final stages with the country still reeling from two other terror attacks this year, most recently ...
  • British PM May could lose majority in June 8 election - YouGov projection

    British PM May could lose majority in June 8 election - YouGov projection

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    The Labour Party would gain 28 seats to reach 257. Jeremy Corbyn's party are favourites in 175 different constituencies and remain a close second in another 81 areas. The model is based on 50,000 interviews over a week, with voters from a panel brought together by YouGov . But just 43 percent of those in this age group voted at all last time , far below the percentage of older voters."These are unusual times so we don't know what will happen, but the Labour 40 percent share.
  • France 'corrects' White House video on climate pact facts

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    This is not the type of leadership Britain needs either to negotiate Brexit or stand up to defend our planet in an era of climate change ". "Those numbers are exercises in imagination", Kevin Book, managing director of Washington-based research firm ClearView Energy Partners, said of the jobs estimates.
  • Not even the Midwest agrees with Trump on Paris climate accord

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    Bloomberg has also urged U.S. cities, states and businesses to follow suit so that the country fulfils its commitments under the accord even though it has officially withdrawn from the pact. They are hoping more governors will join them. "The United States has a seat at the table". He's said California's economy is proof that combating climate change isn't the economic deadweight Trump suggests.
  • London attack: Six killed in vehicle and stabbing incidents

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    Khan said the attackers hoped to disrupt democracy and hamper plans for voting, but that would not happen. People flee as police attend to an incident near London Bridge in London , Britain, Sunday. BBC reported police have declared it a "terrorist incident". Prime Minister Theresa May , who is due to hold an emergency cabinet meeting on Sunday, confirmed the "terrible incident in London " was being treated as "a potential act of terrorism ".
  • Estados Unidos anunció su salida del Acuerdo de París

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    El presidente de la Comisión Europea, Jean-Claude Junker, calificó la salida de EEUU como "seriamente errónea". Aseguró, asimismo, que la retirada "representa una reafirmación de la soberanía estadounidense". Los ganadores con la decisión anunciada ayer son, además de los votantes más fieles de Trump, la industria del carbón, a la que el mandatario ha prometido revitalizar; el director de la Agencia de Protección Medioambiental (EPA, por su sigla en inglés) y conocido escéptico del cambio ...
  • London attacks: British police officer seriously injured responding to incident

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    The van was traveling at approximately 50 miles per hour when the incident took place, according to BBC reporter Holly Jones who was at the scene and witnessed the crash. Police sent out security advice to Londoners on Twitter saying "run, hide, tell" if they were caught in an attack. It was not clear if the incidents were related and the situation did not appear to be fully in control.
  • Lead of UK Conservatives holds, May now seen negatively

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    You've seen our record. "For Britain to succeed after Brexit, we need to make the most of every talent and ensure no person or community is left behind". The scheme would see people forced to sell their homes in order to pay - although if they wish to keep their home, payment can be deferred until after they die, at which point the money would be deducted from their estate.
  • Pacers may dominate the India-Pakistan Champions Trophy clash

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    For Kohli , too, the match is significant - it will be first time he will lead India in a global tournament . India face Pakistan at Edgbaston in Group B on Sunday, in what is billed as "one of the biggest matches in sport" . Within the dressing room, it is unbelievably calm, unbelievably focused and very, very excited for the challenge that presents itself Sunday. It's fantastic.
  • North Korea a 'clear and present danger', US defence secretary warns

    North Korea a 'clear and present danger', US defence secretary warns

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    Adding names to the United Nations blacklist - a global travel ban and asset freeze - was the minimum sanctions measures the Security Council could have taken and comes after five weeks of negotiations between Washington and Beijing. U.S. ambassador Haley, however, reaffirmed recent USA policy in the region is precautionary. "We will pledge to work closely with China where we share common cause".