• GE Close to Merging Transportation Division with Wabtec
GE Close to Merging Transportation Division with Wabtec

But the "extreme cyclicality and uneven order flow" of the business has hurt both GE Transportation and Wabtec (formerly Westinghouse Air Brake Technologies), CFRA analyst Jim Corridore wrote Monday. Betler will remain president and CEO of the merged company while its chairman, Albert Neupaver, has been re-appointed executive chairman. Mr R...

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  • He suggests campaign 'infiltration' was politically motivated, wants new investigation
He suggests campaign 'infiltration' was politically motivated, wants new investigation

President Trump says that, on Monday, he will order an investigation into whether the FBI and the Department of Justice "infiltrated or surveilled" his campaign "for political purposes ", potentially setting up a showdown between the president and his intelligence and law enforcement agencies.

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  • Police officer shot in Maryland has died
Police officer shot in Maryland has died

Larry Hogan said on Twitter that the officer had been shot and killed in the line of duty. A Baltimore County police officer died Monday after responding to an incident, marking the 10th officer killed in the department's almost 150-year history.

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  • Andre Iguodala Doubtful for Game 4 With Knee Soreness
Andre Iguodala Doubtful for Game 4 With Knee Soreness

Louis Bombers on April 6, 1948. Last year's Finals MVP recorded 25 points on 9-for-19 shooting with six assists and six rebounds, but for the first time in the series, it was not him who led the team in scoring with Curry finally coming alive.

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  • Theresa May reiterates: United Kingdom will leave customs union in 2020
Theresa May reiterates: United Kingdom will leave customs union in 2020

The source said Britain could apply the EU's external tariffs for a limited period beyond December 2020 in the case of a delay in the implementation of any Brexit deal. "The Customs Partnership . would appear to be the only proposal where freight is not subject to new customs controls at those ports dealing with European Union traffic", said BPA...

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  • Disruption in internal body clock can put your mental health at risk
Disruption in internal body clock can put your mental health at risk

Circadian rhythms are variations in physiology and behaviour that recur every 24-hours, such as the sleep-wake cycle and daily patterns of hormone release. The findings reveal that once factors including age, sex, season during which the tracker was worn, socioeconomic status, smoking status and experience of childhood trauma were taken into accou...

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  • Peru captain to miss World Cup after doping ban extended
Peru captain to miss World Cup after doping ban extended

Taking into account the circumstances of the case, the FIFA AC imposed a 6-month period of ineligibility on the Player, instead of the 1-year minimum suspension provided by the FIFA Anti-Doping Regulations, applicable in case of no significant fault or negligence.

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  • 'Shameful' Finding in California STD Report
'Shameful' Finding in California STD Report

California reached a record high in the number of sexually transmitted disease cases last year, with the state seeing an overall 45 percent spike in the number of chlamydia , gonorrhea and syphilis cases over the past five years. Dr Heidi Bauer, chief of the state health department's STD Control Branch, agreed that budget issues are part o...

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  • Melania hospitalised for benign kidney condition
Melania hospitalised for benign kidney condition

The first lady's office has declined to offer further details about Melania Trump's kidney surgery and resulting extended hospital stay and asked for privacy. "We pray for her speedy and full recovery, and he look forward to her returning to her work making a difference in the lives of our nation's children".

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  • Ireland Exit Under-17 European Championships In Controversial Shootout
Ireland Exit Under-17 European Championships In Controversial Shootout

Corcoran saved Redan's spot kick and looked to have kept the Irish hopes alive. Ireland were controversially defeated 5-4 on penalties by the Netherlands in their quarter-final clash after Cherry Orchard youngster Corcoran received his marching orders - a second yellow - for leaving his line before saving the fifth Dutch spotter.

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  • Russian Federation 2018: Rohr releases 30-man provisional list
Russian Federation 2018: Rohr releases 30-man provisional list

Lokosa, forward for Nigerian Premier League side Kano Pillars , has enjoyed a great season scoring 18 goals in 20 matches, while the 26-year-old Nwankwo, attacker for Serie A's Crotone, will get his maiden global call-up due to his fine form in the Italian top flight, scoring six goals in seven matches.

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  • Exit polls are entertainment, enjoy weekend: Siddaramaiah
Exit polls are entertainment, enjoy weekend: Siddaramaiah

Then came the Times Now-VMR exit poll predictions that too showed the Congress in an advantageous position with more than 100 seats. According to a report in The Times of India , Siddaramaiah , however, added if a dalit chief minister is appointed without taking legislators into confidence, it will adversely impact governance owing to d...

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  • Kyle Dubas named Toronto Maple Leafs new general manager
Kyle Dubas named Toronto Maple Leafs new general manager

It'll be interesting to see if the veteran National Hockey League executive is willing to leave his job as an advisor in Toronto to join a struggling Islanders franchise. Dubas' responsibilities had included player personnel, managing the club's player development department and farm system, managing the organization's research & development depart...

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  • Rayudu maiden IPL ton helps CSK beat SRH
Rayudu maiden IPL ton helps CSK beat SRH

While Thakur, who had impressive figures of 1/22 in his four overs against Rajasthan Royals, is set to feature in the playing XI against Sunrisers Hyderabad ( CSK vs SRH ), Willey's inclusion look hard as the English pacer leaked 47 runs bagging a wicket .

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  • Prostate screening: should you or shouldn't you?
Prostate screening: should you or shouldn't you?

The panel said that men aged 55 to 69 years should consult with their physicians to discuss the benefits and harms of getting a screening. These updated recommendations are largely based on the European Randomized Study of Screening for Prostate Cancer trial conducted in 2014, which showed that screening for prostate cancer using PSA testing can ...

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  • SRH defend another low total, beat RCB by 5 runs
SRH defend another low total, beat RCB by 5 runs

I thought this was a tough wicket. The kind of shots we played, they were not on at that stage. Besides needing to win their remaining four games, RCB's fortune will also depend on the outcome of other matches . For the Sunrisers, Shakib Al Hasan scalped 2, including Parthiv Patel and Virat Kohli . Kohli managed to top score with 39 runs be...

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  • Inflammation can turn your hair grey
Inflammation can turn your hair grey

However, the investigators said they were surprised by the link they found between immune system activation and hair pigmentation in the mice . It is this process and its relationship with our immune system's defences that scientists at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and the University of Alabama, Birmingham , (UAB) set out to investig...

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  • NASA launches first mission to study Mars' interior
NASA launches first mission to study Mars' interior

The rocket also carried two suitcase-size spacecraft, created to orbit Mars . The payload will be released about 90 minutes after launch on a 301 million mile (484 million km) flight to Mars . The Viking probes of the mid-1970s were equipped with seismometers, too, but they were bolted to the top of the landers, a design that proved largely ine...

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  • Why Buhari stopped over in London from US - Presidency
Why Buhari stopped over in London from US - Presidency

He landed at the Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport in Abuja at 10:35pm. After meeting with U.S. president, Donald Trump , as well as with business executives on his visit to America, President Buhari had departed from Joint Base Andrews Airport and officially headed for Abuja on Tuesday, May 1, 2018.

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  • Sushma Swaraj to visit Myanmar; focus on Rohingyas
Sushma Swaraj to visit Myanmar; focus on Rohingyas

Before they began their two-day visit to Myanmar, the delegation members spent three days in Bangladesh visiting refugee camps and meeting with Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina. In the letter, the USA president said those in Myanmar who instigated the Rohingya crisis must be held accountable. "So the investigation can not have that much impact".

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  • 14 of world's 20 most polluted cities in India
14 of world's 20 most polluted cities in India

Netizens cry in alarm as 14 Indian cities rank among top 20 world's most polluted cities. The Government has also taken several bold initiatives, including leap-frogging from BS-IV to BS-VI. As a follow-up, 94 non-attainment cities were also asked to prepare detailed action plans for improving upon air quality depending on their local conditions.

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  • First death reported in E. coli outbreak linked to romaine lettuce
First death reported in E. coli outbreak linked to romaine lettuce

Restaurants and retailers are being told to not serve or sell romaine lettuce coming from the Yuma, Arizona region. The death was reported in California. The strain linked to chopped romain lettuce is a Shinga toxin-producing E. coli , which can cause severe stomach cramps, diarrhea and vomiting, the CDC said .

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  • Diseases from mosquitoes, ticks rising, 'threatening our health — CDC
Diseases from mosquitoes, ticks rising, 'threatening our health — CDC

Some will hibernate in enclosed spaces, like garages, sheds, and under (or inside) homes, to survive cold temperatures. The most common mosquito-borne viruses are West Nile , dengue, and Zika , while the most common disease resulting from the bite of an infected flea is the plague.

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  • Shaquem Griffin: Being drafted by Seattle 'like I was dreaming'
Shaquem Griffin: Being drafted by Seattle 'like I was dreaming'

Being able to play fast and having a high football IQ are something that will aid Shaquem as he learns the ropes at the professional level. "We're going to count on him to be a big factor on special teams, which he has shown us that he has a great knack for".

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  • Cervical screening row: 17 women have died in Republic
Cervical screening row: 17 women have died in Republic

Vicky got a call from the Taoiseach's office this evening asking if she'd like to meet with the Taoiseach, Leo Varadkar, and she said she would in principle but at the moment she is trying to concentrate on her health and she said would get back to the Taoiseach's press adviser.

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  • Video Shows Tesla Autopilot Saving A Driver From a Crash
Video Shows Tesla Autopilot Saving A Driver From a Crash

Patel agreed he had been "silly" but did say the vehicle was "amazing" and that he was just the "unlucky one who got caught", implying other drivers do this as well. Patel said he was the "unlucky one who got caught", the court was told. A Tesla engineer told police that the car's autopilot features are meant to be used by a "fully-attentive dr...

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  • Burning Man Founder Lee Harvey Dies At Age 70
Burning Man Founder Lee Harvey Dies At Age 70

Larry Harvey , co-founder of the Burning Man festival, is seen during a 2011 party at Media Mecca, the communications center during the festival in the Black Rock Desert in Northern Nevada. Today the multi-day annual Burning Man event , held in late August and early September, attracts tens of thousands of people, and features interactive art ...

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  • Alfie Evans may go home in days as parents plead for calm
Alfie Evans may go home in days as parents plead for calm

However, the Bishops' Conference of England and Wales has taken a different line , praising the medical staff at Alder Hey and distancing themselves from Rome's Bambino Gesù hospital, which has offered to take in Alfie for further treatment.

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  • Delhi marks historic win, beat KKR by 55 runs
Delhi marks historic win, beat KKR by 55 runs

Gambhir, who led SRK's Kolkata Knight Riders to two IPL titles, returned to his home team as the captain . Gautam Gambhir stepped down from his role of captain prior to the match, abd after the toss , new captain Shreyas Iyer announced that he won't be a part of the Playing XI.

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  • CDC: E. coli outbreak linked to romaine lettuce spreading
CDC: E. coli outbreak linked to romaine lettuce spreading

So far, 98 people from 22 states have been sickened in the outbreak, including 10 who developed a life-threatening type of kidney failure called hemolytic uremic syndrome . New cases were reported in the last few days in Mississippi, Tennessee, and Wisconsin - three states that had previously been unaffected, according to the CDC.

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