• REI suspends orders of Vista Outdoor brands, encourages Vista 'to lead'
REI suspends orders of Vista Outdoor brands, encourages Vista 'to lead'

For the sake of transparency, Monopoint Media, a company that previously shared resources with GearJunkie, worked with Vista Outdoor on a project in 2015. Vista Outdoor owns 50 brands, of which 13 make either guns - including Savage - ammunition or gun accessories. Stanton said he hadn't been aware of the link between Vista and CamelBak, which ...

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  • PyeongChang Flames Out as Least-Watched Winter Olympics Ever
PyeongChang Flames Out as Least-Watched Winter Olympics Ever

The disruption, which saw broadcast systems and the Olympics website hit, made it hard for many attendees to print their tickets for the ceremony, and thus resulted in many empty seats during the event. They had 14 gold medals, 14 silvers and 11 bronze. "It feels good. We knew that we would do it if we win". What is more impressive about Norway's...

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  • Deadly shooting at Central Michigan University started as a domestic situation
Deadly shooting at Central Michigan University started as a domestic situation

A scene outside of Campbell Hall at Central Michigan University , March 2, 2018 . He was then released to hospital staff, Klaus said . The suspect, 19-year-old James Eric Davis, is considered armed and unsafe, the school said. Michigan State Police and Central Michigan University Police are investigating. The Mount Pleasant police and Is...

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  • Barcelona boss laments 'invisible penalty' that cancelled out Lionel Messi goal
Barcelona boss laments 'invisible penalty' that cancelled out Lionel Messi goal

Griezmann heads into the clash in sensational form, having followed up his hat-trick against Sevilla with another four in Wednesday's 4-0 hammering of Leganes. "We've got a bad taste in our mouths because of how we've drawn and because we could have won this game [against Las Palmas ]". Sunday kicks off with Levante desperate for a win after 14 ...

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  • WADA warns Russia still not compliant on anti-doping code
WADA warns Russia still not compliant on anti-doping code

However, the IOC commission did recommend lifting the disqualification of the Russian Olympic Committee (ROC) as soon as possible, if the remainder of the test samples of Russian athletes come out clean. It also means Russian officials can take part at International Olympic Committee meetings. Sergeeva's 12th place result in the two-woman bobsled...

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  • Kim Kardashian West on Vogue India Cover
Kim Kardashian West on Vogue India Cover

Last night, Kim posted a heartwarming picture of her daughter, Chicago , obscuring her face and the baby's with a koala bear Instagram filter. Meanwhile, some likened Chicago to other members of the Kardashian clan, with one user commenting: "She looks like Saint [Kim's second child], just a attractive baby!" This is the first official...

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  • Korean delegates arrive in the South, meet Moon
Korean delegates arrive in the South, meet Moon

A honest offer of talks would provide a rare step toward diplomacy after years of missile and nuclear tests and direct threats of war from Pyongyang - and from Washington. According to the USA, a planned meeting between the delegations from Washington and Pyongyang the following day was cancelled on short notice by the North Koreans.

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  • Four huge obstacles for Congress to do something on gun control
Four huge obstacles for Congress to do something on gun control

First National Bank of Omaha announced it would not be renewing a co-branded Visa credit card with the NRA . Rental auto company Hertz will no longer offer a discount program to NRA members and First National Bank of Omaha said it will not renew a co-branded credit card it has with the NRA.

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  • Syria ceasefire not to affect offensive in Afrin: Turkey
Syria ceasefire not to affect offensive in Afrin: Turkey

He said Turkey had never used internationally-banned chemical weapons in its operations in Syria, adding that his country took the utmost care to protect civilians in the cross-border military operation. Turkey has recently launched a military operation called "olive branch" in the Syrian region of Afrin, which is aimed against Kurdish militias, in...

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  • South Koreans want Olympic speed skaters banned because they're bad teammates
South Koreans want Olympic speed skaters banned because they're bad teammates

After the race, Kim skated around carrying the South Korean flag. It could be time for soul-searching within South Korean speed skating and a culture of wanting to win at nearly any cost, Seoul's Kumin Daily newspaper reported. While Kim and Park were being interviewed after the race, Noh walked out of the arena and declined to answer questions...

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  • First National Bank ends relationship with NRA
First National Bank ends relationship with NRA

Enterprise Holdings, which runs the Enterprise, Alamo and National vehicle rental groups, announced that it will end the discount deal it has with the NRA on March 26. Three major vehicle rental companies have discontinued discount programs for NRA members, adding to the growing list of businesses that have dumped the massive pro-gun lobbying group...

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  • Toys R Us reportedly planning to close 200 more stores, corporate layoffs
Toys R Us reportedly planning to close 200 more stores, corporate layoffs

Things appear to be going from bad to worse for the beleaguered United States arm of Toys R Us as a further 200 stores look set to be closed. The Journal noted "a disappointing holiday sales season" as part of its report on the additional store closings.

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  • Barclays pulled into the red by PPI claims and Trump tax reforms
Barclays pulled into the red by PPI claims and Trump tax reforms

Its annual report published alongside the results showed that Mr Staley's total pay package fell to £3.9 million in 2017 from £4.2 million in 2016. Chief executive Jes Staley said he was "pleased" with how this year had started. Barclays bosses said after the results were posted that the bank would take a £127m hit from Carillion's failure. T...

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  • MedEquities Realty Trust (MRT) Releases FY18 Earnings Guidance
MedEquities Realty Trust (MRT) Releases FY18 Earnings Guidance

The ex-dividend date is Friday, February 9th. The firm has a market capitalization of $379.54, a price-to-earnings ratio of -132.33 and a beta of 0.75. About 544,283 shares traded. (NYSE:DLR) has risen 23.90% since February 21, 2017 and is uptrending. It has outperformed by 5.24% the S&P500. Conversely, if more individuals are selling a stock, the ...

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  • 'Get Smart America!' President Trump Vents Frustration Over Russia Probe
'Get Smart America!' President Trump Vents Frustration Over Russia Probe

Trump , in a series of tweets Sunday morning, latched on to Schiff's statements with glee. President Trump also lashed out at the Obama administration Sunday morning over a payment made to Iran, which was part of the Iran nuclear deal. Democrats and even some Trump allies have called on him to come down harder on Russian Federation, includi...

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  • Sony jumps into Japan taxi market with AI app plans
Sony jumps into Japan taxi market with AI app plans

Speaking at an investor forum in Tokyo , Japan, during his first trip to Asia, the relatively new Uber leader addressed a country where he hopes his company can commercially thrive. Sony said it was planning a joint venture to offer artificial intelligence technology to six taxi operators, which now own a total of 10,000 vehicles in Tokyo .

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  • Pilot forced to ground plane after fight over 'farting' passenger
Pilot forced to ground plane after fight over 'farting' passenger

A clip recorded by one of the flight attendants showed four travelers who had caused the commotion, and they immediately removed them from the plane. Ever after repeated pleas and complaints to the plane's crew, the man continued to fart stated a Daily Mail report.

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  • Where is Nirav Modi? US or has he moved to Switzerland
Where is Nirav Modi? US or has he moved to Switzerland

Officials at Punjab National Bank 's (PNB) Brady House branch in South Mumbai may have made close to Rs 823 crore after receiving kickbacks for issuing fraudulent LoUs to Nirav Modi's firms. In all, 143 LoUs were issued starting on March 1, 2017, and the last set six LoUs are to come up for payment on April 23, 2018 - in less than a year.

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  • It's Not The Apocalypse, It's Another SpaceX Rocket Launch
It's Not The Apocalypse, It's Another SpaceX Rocket Launch

He said, "We're going to try to do for satellites what we've done for rockets". A Delta IV rocket, provided by United Launch Alliance, blasted off from the base on January 12 carrying a secret payload for the National Reconnaissance Office.

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  • US Commerce Secretary to reveal options for steel, aluminum tariffs
US Commerce Secretary to reveal options for steel, aluminum tariffs

The Commerce Department on Friday recommended setting strict new limits on imported steel and aluminum, saying action is needed to shore up USA industries vital to national security. The aluminum recommendations include a 7.7% tariff on imports from all exporter nations. These countries would not be allowed to export more steel to the United ...

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  • Uber loss leapt in 2017 as the final quarter showed some hope
Uber loss leapt in 2017 as the final quarter showed some hope

But the company also posted a substantial loss of $4.5 billion. Losses at the ride-sharing company Uber widened by 61 per cent to $4.5 billion previous year but narrowed in the final quarter in a boost for its new chief executive. Uber's results are hard to decipher because it only divulges pieces of data, taking advantage of its status as a priv...

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  • Bitcoin mining boom in Iceland uses huge amounts of power
Bitcoin mining boom in Iceland uses huge amounts of power

Johann Snorri Sigurbergsson, business development manager at the energy company Hitaveita Sudurnesja, said he forecasts Iceland's cryptocurrency mining to double the country's energy consumption up to 100 megawatts this year. Helmut Rauth, who oversees the operation at a large Bitcoin mining company based in Iceland called Genesis Mining, w...

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  • Ghanaian dancehall star Ebony Reigns killed in vehicle accident aged 20
Ghanaian dancehall star Ebony Reigns killed in vehicle accident aged 20

However, the driver of the VIP bus survived the accident but is now unconscious. Two other occupants believed to be military officer, and a young lady on board a Jeep with registration AS 497-16 from Sunyani also died in the head-on collision.

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  • Justin Trudeau's motorcade crash injures 3, including California Highway Patrol Officer
Justin Trudeau's motorcade crash injures 3, including California Highway Patrol Officer

Silicon Valley still needs the staff and still can't find USA workers with the skills so moving to Canada makes sense. "At the same time, we need to improve NAFTA ", he said . For the record, some climate experts-including those behind a federal report for the Canadian government-have noted that, given the Trudeau government's support for pip...

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  • Colts GM Chris Ballard: 'I want someone who is 100 percent committed'
Colts GM Chris Ballard: 'I want someone who is 100 percent committed'

REUTERS/Brian SnyderNew England Patriots offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels (R) talks to newly-signed quarterback Tim Tebow during a mandatory team mini-camp practice in Foxborough, Massachusetts June 11, 2013. "That is what we're going to be built on", Ballard said. Multiple outlets have reported that the Patriots haven't promised McDaniel...

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  • North Korea's Kim invites Moon to Pyongyang for summit
North Korea's Kim invites Moon to Pyongyang for summit

The invitation, delivered by Kim's visiting sister Kim Yo Jong , said Kim was willing to meet the South's leader "at the earliest date possible", said a spokesman for the presidential Blue House. On the other hand, however, North Korea's goal could be to drive a wedge between the US and South Korea. "By sending the sister to South Korea and ...

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  • Dow briefly drops 500 points
Dow briefly drops 500 points

Eastern Time. The Dow gained 282 points, or 1.2 percent, to 24,142. The S&P 500 index dropped 2.3% to 2,621, while the Nasdaq Composite Index was off 2.5% on the session at 6,875. The Russell 2000 index of smaller-company stocks rose 0.80 points, or 0.1 percent, to 1,507.97. It is the second-worst fall in history, eclipsed only by Monday's 1,17...

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  • Taco Bell Parent Puts $200M to Delivery
Taco Bell Parent Puts $200M to Delivery

Rand Wealth LLC's holdings in Yum! Atria Investments LLC cut its position in Yum! Brands by 9.2% during the 2nd quarter. Insiders sold 4,325 shares of company stock valued at $363,065 over the last quarter. Meanwhile, the weekly stock rate has merged -4.51%, as it was kept at 3.80% in one month time. "We are committed to making our iconic b...

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  • Amazon starts Whole Foods home delivery service in Cincinnati
Amazon starts Whole Foods home delivery service in Cincinnati

Two-hour delivery is free and a one-hour option costs $7.99 on orders of $35 or more . For Amazon, the four-city tryout is a great way to see how many of its customers will engage with the new service and offer a reality check on how hard it is to manage, said Sucharita Kodali, a senior retail analyst with Forrester.

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  • U.S. oil inventories increase as bench mark price falls further
U.S. oil inventories increase as bench mark price falls further

Overlooking all the other parameters, with the exception of the exchange rate, a stronger greenback should principally lead to a fall in crude-oil prices, and vice versa. Statoil ASA beat analysts' profit expectations in the fourth quarter as Norway's biggest oil producer managed to take advantage of crude's recovery to a larger extent than many of...

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